Courtesy of Hull Trawler website

Official No:  106755     Port and Year:  Hull, 1897   (H360) 

                                                                 Leith, 1922  (LH82)

Description: Steel side trawler; coal fired, steam screw.  Ketch rigged.


Built: by MacKie & Thompson, Glasgow, in 1897 (Yard no. 152)

Tonnage:   165 grt  64 net

Length / breadth / depth (feet): 104.2 / 21 / 10.7

Engine: C 2-Cyl; 45 hp; by Muir & Houston, Glasgow.



1897: Great Northern Steamship Fishing Co., Hull


1914: Burnett S Massey, Hull


1917: Brand & Curzon, Docks, Milford


1920: British Trawling Co,  Bootle

Manager: C. W. Pickering


As LH82

1922: Thomas T. Brown, Piershill, Edinburgh


1926: R Murray & W Brown, Newhaven, Edinburgh

Manager: A Flockhart


1927 J Johnson & J Donaldson, Newhaven, Edinburgh

Manager: J Johnson


Landed at Milford: 18 Oct 1914 - 5 May 1920


Notes:  29 May 1917: Requisitioned into the Fishery Reserve

1919: Returned to owners.

30 Dec 1927 Sank off Isle of May, Firth of Forth when returning from fishing grounds. Skipper James Johnston and Crew took to the small boat and were rescued by GLENOGIL GW 8 and landed at Leith.

[Information courtesy of Fleetwood Maritime Heritage Trust and the Bosun's Watch, and Granton Trawlers website.]


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