Official No: 93080 Port and Year: Hull, 1886
Description: Iron side / beam trawler; coal fired, steam screw. Ketch rigged.
Built: by Cook, Welton & Gemmell, Hull, in 1886 (Yard no. 14)
Tonnage: 102 grt 54 net
Length / breadth / depth (feet): 90 / 20.4 / 10.6
Engine: C 2-Cyl; 30 rhp; by Charles D. Holmes, Hull
1886: F. & T. Ross, West Dock Ave., Hull
Renamed PIERRE FRANCOIS
c. 1901?: French owners.
By 1930: Soc. Anon. des Chalutiers du Littoral, Arcachon.
1931: E. Jannet, Arcachon.
1934: Gaston le Coronne, Lorient.
Landed at Milford: 13 Mar 1889 - 15 Jul 1895
Skippers: 1889: Henry Berry
1890: Minns (?)
1891: A. H. Bailey
1892: Bailey; Searne (?); Mun (?); C. Ballard;
1893: David Pettit; Addy (?);
1894: Bart Foster; J. L. Stroud
1895: Foster; Henry (?) Dove.
Notes: Jan 1895: Towed the BLENGFELL barque to Milford Haven. [See below.]
1938: Broken up.
Accidents and Incidents
From the Western Mail of Tuesday 26th March 1895:
TOWING A DISABLED VESSEL TO MILFORD
On Saturday, in the Admiralty Division of the High Court, Mr. Justice Day, sitting with Trinity Masters, disposed of a salvage claim for £530 by the owners, &c., of the Electra against the owners of the Blengfell, in respect of certain services rendered to the defendants' barque, of Liverpool, in the Irish Sea, on the 17th and 18th of January last. The Electra had been fishing off the south coast of Ireland, and was making for Milford Haven with her fish, when the crew sighted the Blengfell in a disabled condition, through having lost her main topmast. She was on a voyage from Huanillos, in Peru, to Queenstown, for orders as to her cargo of guano. The total value of the Electra with her cargo of fish was £4,090, while that of the Blengfell was £12,649 10s. The towage occupied 191 hours, and both vessels arrived safely at Milford Haven at eight a.m. on the 18th of January. ―The plaintiffs stated that the sum of £530 which they claimed was the amount agreed upon between the captains of the two ships, but the defendants denied, alleging that the sum agreed upon was only £30. ―Mr. Justice Day awarded the Electra the sum of £175, to be apportioned thus ― her owners £130, her master £10, and the remainder, £35, to be divided amongst her crew.
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