Courtesy of Barry Banham
Official No: 125534 Port and Year: Yarmouth, 1907
Description: Wooden drifter; coal burning. Ketch rigged.
Built: 1907, Beeching Bros., South Denes Rd., Great Yarmouth
Tonnage: 90 grt 15 net (1908); 32 net (1 Jan 1914).
Length / breadth / depth (feet): 83.7 / 19.7 / 9.7
Engine: C-2Cyl; 24 nhp; by F.W. Carver, Gt. Yarmouth. Boiler by Riley Bros., Stockton on Tees.
5 Feb 1908: J.S. Johnson & Sons, Admiralty Road, Great Yarmouth.
Manager: J.S. Johnson
22 Feb 1928: George Sidney Peek, 22 North Rd., Gorleston, Great Yarmouth.
3 Feb 1931: Charles Walter Sheales, Barrack Yard, Winterton, Great Yarmouth.
Manager: William Wilcox, Docks, Milford.
4 Jan 1939: Marion Amanda Sheales, Hemsby, Norfolk.
Manager: Charles Walter Sheales, 2 Winterton Rd., Hemsby, Great Yarmouth.
Landed at Milford: 3 May 1931 - 18 Jun 1932
Mar 1915: Requisitioned by the Admiralty (No. 1412) as a net layer and renamed TRIUMPH II. 1x6pdr.AA
1919: Returned to owners.
May 1940: Requisitioned by the Admiralty and converted to barrage balloon vessel and submarine tender.
1945: Returned to owners.
1950: Laid up; Bollard Quay, Great Yarmouth.
3 Sep 1951: Registration closed; broken up, Hull.
[Information kindly supplied by Barry Banham.]
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