NEWHAVEN N.B. A231

LOULEIGH  M163

Official No:  122989     Port Number and Year:  3rd in Granton, 1909 (GN72)

                                                                                    -   in Aberdeen, 1927 (A231) 

                                                                                   1st in Milford, 1951

Description: Steel side trawler; steam screw, coal burning.  Pareja (pair) fishing. Ketch rigged: foresail and mizzen sail.

Crew: 12 men

Registered at Milford: 18 Jul 1951

Built: Hall Russell  & Co., Aberdeen, in 1909 (Yard no. 469)

Tonnage: 182.01 grt  68.9 net

Length / breadth / depth (feet): 110.3 / 21.85 / 11.75

Engine: T 3-Cyl. 67 nhp.  Engine and boiler by builders.

Owners:

 

As NEWHAVEN NB GN72

25 Aug 1909: David Dow, Newhaven, Edinburgh. (1922: 26 Dudleigh Tce., Leith.)

Manager: Thomas Y. Carnie, 12 Parliament Sq., Newhaven, Leith. (1922: 47 Lexmount Tce., Leith.)

 

As  A231

4 Apr 1927: John Walker, 202 Victoria Rd., Torry, Aberdeen. (1939: 50 Camperdown Rd., Aberdeen.)

Managing owner.

 

1943: Silver Star Fishing Co., Ltd.,  Aberdeen.

 

c.1945: Drifters (Peterhead), Peterhead.

 

As LOULEIGH M163

18 Jul 1951: Goodleigh Fisheries, The Docks, Milford.

Manager: Henry John Richards, 'Goodleigh House', Bulford Rd., Johnston.

 

Landed at Milford:  As NEWHAVEN NB: 10 Apr 1949 - 20 Jul 1951

As LOULEIGH: 24 Sep 1951 - 3 Oct 1952

Skippers:

Notes: 

Newhaven is a district in the City of Edinburgh, with NB as North Britain (i.e. Scotland). Or Newhaven NB is New Haven, New Brunswick, Canada.

Aug 1914: Requisitioned by the Admiralty (No. 82), and converted to minesweeper. 1 x 6pdr.

9 Nov 1911: Towed Grangemouth steamer EMBLA from 120 miles E by S from Bass Rock to Burntisland roads.  [The Times, Friday 10th November 1911.]

1919: Returned to owners.

Feb 1940: Requisitioned by the Admiralty (P.No. FY.820) and converted to minesweeper.

1945: Returned to owners.

Cert. Cancelled & Milford Registry Closed: 24 Feb 1953.  Vessel broken up at Ward's Yard, Castle Pill

 Accidents and Incidents

From the Pembrokeshire Telegraph of Wednesday 13th April 1949:

 

    This weekend the second post-war pair of trawlers, the Agnes Nutten and Newhaven will leave on their maiden voyage (pareja) for Goodleigh Fisheries, in charge of Skippers Billy Griffiths and Denis Broome.

   

   

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