As ROTO GY22
Kindly supplied by Steve Farrow, via Bill Blow
See also below.
Official No: 118931 Port and Year: Grimsby, 1907 (GY22)
Lowestoft, 1938 (LT286)
Description: Iron side trawler; steam screw; ketch rigged.
Crew: 9 men (1904)
Built: 1904, by Cook, Welton & Gemmell. (Yard No. 53)
Tonnage: 170 grt 59 net (1904); 64 net (1 Jan 1914).
Length / breadth / depth (feet): 105.0 / 21.1 / 11.0
Engine: T.3-Cyl; 55 rhp; by Charles D. Holmes & Co., Hull
As ROTO GY22
16 Aug 1904: George F. Sleight, 'Weelsby Hall', Gt. Grimsby.
Fish Docks, Grimsby (c. 1934)
[1930-34: Executors of Sir G. F. Sleight, Bart.; 1934-38: G.F. Sleight.]
As SAXMUNDHAM LT286
26 Nov 1938: Consolidated Fisheries, Auckland Rd., Grimsby.
Manager: Sir John D. Marsden.
1940: Manager: H. Westenborg, Docks, Milford.
1944: Manager: T. R. Ronald
1945: Raw Materials Supply Corporation, Bevis Marks House, London EC3.
Landed at Milford: 7 Apr 1940 - 28 Jan 1942.
Notes: Jan 1915: Requisitioned by the Admiralty as ROTA (No.947). 1x6pdr; 1x7.5" bomb thrower.
1920: Returned to owners.
Jul 1952: Broken up by Clayton and Davie, Dunston.
As SAXMUNDHAM LT286, with the funnel livery of the Raw Materials Supply Corporation.
Kindly supplied by Jan Harteveld, via Bill Blow.
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