LAUREATE SN257 / M29
Official No: 109890 Port Number and Year: North Shields, 1898 (SN257)
North Shields, 1913 (SN237)
5th in Fleetwood, 1919 (FD35)
10th in Milford, 1929
Description: Steel side trawler; steam screw, coal burning. Ketch rigged: mizzen sail.
Crew: 9 men
Registered at Milford: 30 Jul 1929
Built: 1898, by Alexander Hall & Co., Aberdeen (Yard no. 372)
Tonnage: 195.75 grt 77.05 net.
Length / breadth / depth (feet): 112 / 21.2 / 11.6
Engine: T 3-Cyl. 65 nhp.; engine and boiler by builder.
As LAUREATE SN257
Oct 1898: Dodds Steam Fishing Co Ltd, North Shields
Manager: William H. Dodds.
1904: J. Pettit, Milford (Manager)
1911: G. Puls, Oporto.
Renamed LAUREATE (SN237)
1913: Unknown owners, North Shields. .
c.1917: Hesketh Steam Trawlers, Fleetwood
Manager: Ernest Taylor.
28 Feb 1919: As FD35
Managers: Taylor & Tomlinson (1921: J. A. & H. Taylor)
1924: F. Swann & G. J. Ward, Fleetwood.
c.1926: G. Brown, Coal Hill, Leith.
1927: Frank W. Vaughan, Milford.
1929: F. P. A. Locke, Milford.
30 Jul 1929: Iago Trawling Co., Docks, Milford
Albert Edward Marchant, 52 Dewsland St., Milford (Fish buyer) (21/64)
Frank Percival Alexander Lock, 12 Waterloo Rd., Hakin. (Engineer) (21/64)
Frank Thomas Vaughan, 8 Hill St., Hakin (22/64)
Manager: F. T. Vaughan
Landed at Milford: As SN257: 5 Sep 1904 - 2 Jun 1906
As M29: 5 Jul 1929 - 8 Mar 1937
Skippers: 1904: Beck
1905: Beck; Gibbs; Pettit; Ebbesen; Chamberlain.
Notes: 29 May 1917 - 1919: Fisheries Reserve, SN237
7 May 1937: Sold to Belgium for breaking up.
Cert. Cancelled & Milford Registry Closed: 1 Sep 1937.
Accidents and Incidents
From the Haverfordwest & Milford Haven Telegraph, Wednesday 7th September 1904:
On Monday, the steam trawler "Laureate", from Aberdeen, landed her first trip at the port. This adds another to the list of Scotch trawlers which have been working out of the port for the last twelve months. She is under the management of Mr. John Pettit, fish salesman and trawler owner.
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