Official No: 122875 Port Number and Year: Brixham, 1905
Description: Wooden sailing smack; ketch rigged.
Built: 1905, Galmpton; Sanders & Co.
Tonnage: 51 grt 39 net.
Length / breadth / depth (feet):
4 Dec 1905: Jeffery Sanders James, Mt. Pleasant Rd., Brixham.
29 Feb 1912: Anne Llewellyn & Others, Haverfordwest.
Landed at Milford: Seasonal from 1907 - 1909. Regularly from 5 Jan 1911 - 17 Jul 1915; occasionally 1916-17 (7 landings, the last on 25 Apr 1917)
Notes: 4 May 1917: Sunk by UC-65 (Kapitšnleutnant Otto Steinbrinck) (See below.)
Information from http://www.brixhamsailingtrawlers.co.uk/
Accidents and Incidents:
From R. &. B. Larn (2000): Shipwreck Index of the British Isles - West Coast and Wales:
Pembrokeshire, Strumble Head, 10M NNE, offshore. 52.11N 05W
This fishing smack was captured by the German submarine U-65 [sic], her crew forced to abandon ship, after which she was sunk by explosive scuttling charges without loss of life.
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