SS HALLAND (TGWH, LR/IMO) Valmistunut/completed: 1884.5.25, Göteborg, Motala Mekaniska Werkstads ab, Lindholmens Werkstad.
466 GRT, 2 x 242 HP (twin screw), 49.10 x 7.80 x 6.00 m. Passenger berths 45 I class, 16 2nd class.
1884.5.25: HALLAND, homeport Halmstad. Hallands Ångbats A/B. Göteborg - Lübeck service. 1918.3.26: Trawl AB Sill (Alexander L. Qvirist) Göteborg.
1918.5.25: HALLAND, Turku. Ångfartygs A/B Bore (via Axel E. Appelberg, August Lindholm AB, Stockholm. Bore subsidiary) Turku. Turku - Stockholm. 1918.10.4: during first voyage collision with German steamer CRONSHAGEN. Beached. One sailor died. 1918.10.27: Rederi A/B Halland (Harry Wilén). Refloated, repaired. 1919.6: Turku - Lübeck service. 1920.11.5: Ångfartygs A/B Bore, Turku. 1927: Finnboda Varf, Stockholm, rebuilt. 1928.1.31: BORE II, same owners. Helsinki - Stockholm 1930.2.12: SEAGULL, Turku. Hans von Rettig. A/B Crichton-Vulcan O/Y converted to yacht. 1936: AURA. Merenkulkulaitos - Board of Navigation. Hans von Rettig acquired a new pleasure yacht and donated this old one to Finnish Governmet for the president's representation ship. 1939: AURA II. Finnish Navy. Converted to escort ship. Two guns, two depth charge mortars.
1940.1.13: enroute Saggö - Sweden when assisting westbound convoy of three steamers foundered after depth charge explosions during attack against Sovjet submarine SHCH-324 in psn 60.23 N 19.10 E. 15 sailors were saved by nearby ships. 26 lives were lost.