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Career (UK) Class and type: Castle-class corvette Name: HMS Rising Castle Ordered: 23 January 1943 Builder: Harland and Wolff, Belfast Laid down: 21 June 1943 Launched: 8 February 1944 Fate: Transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy Career (Canada) Name: HMCS Arnprior Commissioned: 8 June 1944 Decommissioned: 14 March 1946 Honours and awards: Atlantic 1944-45 Fate: Sold to Uruguay in 1946 and renamed Montevideo Career (Uruguay) Name: Montevideo Acquired: 1946 Fate: Sold in 1975 General characteristics Displacement: 1,060 tons Length: 252 ft (77 m) Beam: 37 ft (11 m) Draught: 10 ft (3.0 m) Propulsion: 2 water tube boilers, 1 four cylinder triple expansion steam engine driving a single screw 2,750hp (2MW) Speed: 16.5 knots (30.6 km/h) Range: 9,500 nautical miles (17,600 km) at 10 knots (19 km/h) Complement: 112 Sensors and processing systems: Radar: Type 272 Sonar: Types 144Q and 147B Armament: 1 × 4-inch Quick Firing Mk.XIX High Angle/Low Angle combined air/surface gun 1 × Squid Anti-submarine mortar 1 × depth charge rail, 15 depth charges 2 × 20 mm twin anti-aircraft cannon 6 × 20 mm single anti-aircraft cannon Notes: Pennant number K494 HMS Rising Castle was a Castle-class corvette of the Royal Navy. Contents 1 Construction and commissioning 2 Career 3 References 4 External links Construction and commissioning HMS Rising Castle (pennant number K398) was built by Harland and Wolff, Belfast and laid down on 21 June 1943. She was launched on 8 February 1944, but was then transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy and commissioned as HMCS Arnprior (with a new pennant number K494) on 8 June 1944. She was then completed on 26 June 1944. Career Arnprior was commanded by Lt. Charles Van Laughton R.C.N. He also commanded HMCS Agassiz and HMCS Cobalt during the war.[1][2] The Arnprior worked up at Tobermory, after which she was assigned to the 1st Escort Group, based at Derry. She sailed with convoy ONM-249 on 19 August 1944. She spent the rest of the Second World War serving in the Atlantic as a convoy escort. After the end of the war in June 1945, Arnprior was refitted at St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador. The refit lasted for two months and was then based at Halifax. She was finally decommissioned on 14 March 1946 and was sold to Uruguay. They renamed her Montevideo and operated her as a training ship until 1975.[3] References ^ Richard Laughton on ww2chat ^ Obituary of Charles Van Laughton ^ K-494 at navy.gc.ca Colledge, J. J.; Warlow, Ben (2006) [1969]. Ships of the Royal Navy: The Complete Record of all Fighting Ships of the Royal Navy (Rev. ed.). London: Chatham. ISBN 978-1-86176-281-8. OCLC 67375475.  External links Rising Castle at Uboat.net Arnprior at readyayeready.com