Official No: 87595 Port Number and Year: - in Brixham, 1883
3rd in Milford, 1898
Description: Wooden smack; cutter rigged. Trawling and lines.
Crew: 4 men (1898).
Registered: 14 Jun 1898
Built: 1883, Galmpton
Tonnage: 17.33 grt
Length / breadth / depth (feet): 44 (52.1 oa) / 11.9 / 6.95
As BM ?
1883: Samuel R. L. Johnson, Brixham.
14 Jun 1898: Peter Leslie Hancock, St. Ann's Road, Hakin. (Died 28 Mar 1903; age 60.)
15 Jul 1903: Elizabeth Hancock, St. Ann's Road, Hakin. (Died Jun 1912; age 71.)
7 Jan 1913: Margaret Alice McKay, Hakin.
Sarah Isabel Hancock, Hakin.
Landed at Milford: Not fishing; see note below.
Notes: Between 16 May 1898 - 4 Feb 1912 logged as Pilot Cutter at Milford.
Cert. Cancelled & Registry Closed: 10 Nov 1913. Vessel no longer seaworthy; broken up.
Accidents and Incidents:
From the Haverfordwest & Milford Haven Telegraph of Wednesday 22nd August 1900:
Hakin Point Regatta.
The second annual regatta was held at Hakin on Thursday last. The weather, judged simply as a specimen of a summer day, was gloriously fine, but for sailing races the almost complete absence of wind was a serious drawback. …………. The chairman, Mr R. Jenkins, and the vice-chairman, Mr P. Hancock, sen., with the hon. secretary, Mr A. J. Lewis, were particularly hard working. The following are the details :— ………..
Open Race for four-oared working gigs, not exceeding 22ft. in length.-This event was a most interesting one, owing to the fact that one boat was manned by veterans, and another by young men. The veterans rowed well, but the juveniles who were in the Bugaboo (T. Cann), did not finish. The old men in the Tartar (P. Hancock), finished third. Result 1, Fanny (J. Thomas) 2, Sweater (J. Owens) 3, Tartar (P. Hancock). …………
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