LÉ Grainne (CM10)
|Out of service:||1971|
|Republic of Ireland|
|Namesake:||Gráinne, a legendary Irish princess|
|Commissioned:||30 January 1971|
|Fate:||Sold to Spanish interests for breaking, 1987|
|Class and type:||Ton-class minesweeper|
|Length:||42.67 m (140.0 ft) overall|
|Beam:||8.4 m (28 ft)|
|Draught:||2.49 m (8 ft 2 in)|
|Speed:||15 knots (28 km/h; 17 mph) maximum|
LÉ Gráinne (CM10) was a Ton-class minesweeper in the Irish Naval Service. She was the former HMS Oulston. She was named after Gráinne, a legendary princess who was promised to Fionn Mac Cumhail but ran away with his young follower Diarmuid.
Oulston was purchased from the Royal Navy in 1971, and commissioned as Gráinne. She was stricken in 1987 and sold to Spanish interests for breaking.
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