Specifications: Displacement 900 t; Length 205'; Beam 33'; Draft 14' 7"; Speed 16k; Complement 109; Armament one 102mm, one 2-pounder, one Hedgehog, four depth charge guns and two depth charge chutes; Propulsion 4-cylinder triple expansion, one shaft
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The second Caprice (PG-90), formerly CN-308, was launched 28 September 1942, by Kingston Shipbuilding Co., Kingston, Ontario, Canada, for the United States Navy. Upon completion, Caprice was transferred to the Royal Navy on 28 May 1943 and commissioned as HMS Honesty. On 5 January 1946 she was returned to the United States Navy. Never commissioned in the United States Navy, Caprice was sold on 10 December 1946.
A British name retained. A common garden plant with large purple flowers.
Caprice (PG-90) (q.v.) was renamed HMS Honesty upon transfer to the United Kingdom under lend-lease 28 May 1943.
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