LOCH RANNOCH A475
John Stevenson Collection
Official No: 115551 Port Number and Year: Aberdeen, 1901 (A475)
Description: Steel side trawler; steam screw, coal burning. Ketch rigged.
Crew: 9 men (1901).
Built: 1901 by Hall, Russell & Co., Aberdeen (Yard no. 354)
Tonnage: 178 grt 45 net (1901); 68 net (1 Jan 1914.)
Length / breadth / depth (feet): 106.2 / 21.2 / 11.6
Engine: T 3-Cyl. 62 rhp.
7 Nov 1901: The Bonaccord Steam Fishing Co. Ltd., 16 Bridge St., Aberdeen.
Manager: H. A. Holmes, Albert Quay, Aberdeen.
Apr 1912: Joseph Main, 54 Baxter St., Torry, Aberdeen.
1913: Thomas Davidson, Commercial Quay, Aberdeen.
1933: William Brebner (Jnr.), 33 Leslie Rd., Aberdeen.
1942: Alexander A. Davidson, Commercial Quay, Aberdeen.
1945: A. J. Tilbrook, The Docks, Milford.
1951: Boston Deep Sea Fishing & Ice Co. Ltd., Fleetwood
Manager: Basil A. Parkes.
Landed at Milford: 15 May - 10 Dec 1948
Sep 1916: Requisitioned by the Admiralty and converted to a boom defence vessel; based in Lerwick.
12 Mar 1919: Returned to owner.
26 Jan 1940: Requisitioned by the Admiralty as a patrol vessel at Port Edgar. M/S Group 62.
May 1942: Fitted out as a minesweeper (P.No.FY.779).
24 Jan 1944: Returned to owner.
1952: Aberdeen register closed.
30 May 1953: Sold for breaking up by Thos. W. Ward, Sheffield.
[Information kindly supplied by Gil Mayes.]
Accidents and Incidents:
From the West Wales Guardian of Friday 9th July 1948:
As we reported last week, the three Yolland Brothers vessels, Concertator, Tenedos and George Adgell left last weekend for Lowestoft. Their places will however be filled by new vessels, and at least four have already been named. These are Crabber type boats of 100 to 115 feet in length and one of them, the Loch Rannoch (Tilbrook Trawlers), is already in port. The others of the same class, expected within a week or so, are the Tresco (W. Uglow), St. Lucia (Haven Trawlers), and Framlingham (Yolland Brothers), and there will also probably be two more crabbers not yet named.
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