BOY CLAUDE M45
Official No: 110807 Port Number and Year: 13th in Lowestoft, in 1899 (LT84)
3rd in Milford, in 1925
Description: Wooden sailing smack, beam trawling. Ketch rigged: foresail, jib, mainsail, topsail, mizzen.
Crew: 5 men
Registered: 29 Oct 1925
Built: by Chambers & Colby, Lowestoft in 1899
Tonnage: 58.33 grt 45.79 net
Length / breadth / depth (feet): 68 / 19.2 / 8.6
1899: John Runacres, 55 Haward St., Lowestoft.
By 1917: John Runacres (jun), 46 May Rd., Lowestoft.
1918: George F. Pawlyn, 58 Peveril Park Rd., Plymouth.
1920: George G. Utting, Kessingland, Suffolk.
29 Oct 1925: Peter Llewellyn Hancock, 'Beachways', Picton Rd., Hakin
15 Dec 1925: Peter Llewellyn Hancock ) 'Beachways',
Reginald Llewellyn Hancock ) Picton Rd.,
Frederick Lovell Hancock ) Hakin
Landed at Milford: 6 Nov 1905 - 24 Jun 1928
Skippers: Edward William Hannaford. Cert. no 11446. Signed on 22 Oct 1926
10 Mar 1953: Broken up
Cert. Cancelled & Registry Closed: 14 Nov 1933; no longer fishing.
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