Official No:  62794    Port Number and Year:  -   in Milford, 1886.

Description: Wooden sailing smack;  trawling.  Cutter rigged: mainsail, topsail and jib.

Crew: 2 men, 1 boy

Registered: 22 Nov 1986

Built: Pembroke, 1869

Tonnage: 16.1 grt 

Length / breadth / depth (feet): 44 / - / -

Engine: -



1869: Patrick Sloane, Pembroke Ferry, Pembroke.


By 1875: Samuel Buley, Quay Hill, Tenby.


By 1884: William H. Glanville, Quay Hill, Tenby.


As M13

22 Nov 1886: George Rowe, Quay Hill, Tenby

Richard Henry Rowe, 3 Harding St., Tenby

C. J. Williams


30 Oct 1893: Richard Henry Rowe, 3 Harding St., Tenby


Landed at Milford: [Landed at Tenby.]

Skippers: Samuel Buley (b. Brixham); George Rowe; Richard Henry Rowe.


1869-85: Presumably not registered for fishing.

Cert. Cancelled & Registry Closed: 31 Dec 1896.  Broken up as no longer seaworthy.


Accidents and Incidents


From "The Pembrokeshire Herald and General Advertiser" of Friday 20th September 1878:



    A remarkably fine sturgeon, weighing nearly one cwt. and a quarter, and measuring nearly six feet, was caught in Tenby bay on Saturday morning by the fishing smack Savage, S. Bubey [ sic ] master.  The fishermen found a ready sale for their prize in the town.


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