S.T. Sulby FD87

Picture and documents courtesy of Bob Dawson Download witness statements in pdf format Reg King’s Statement Bernard Nolan’s Statement pt.1 Bernard Nolan’s Statement pt.2 Harold Blackburn’s Statement Newspaper Report Technical Official Number: 127573 Yard Number: 401 Completed: 1909 Gross Tonnage: 287 Net Tonnage: 111 Length: 130.3 ft Breadth: 23 ft Depth: 12.7 ft Engine: T.3-cyl […]

First Trawler Loss of WWII

Davara FD152 In August 1939 with the prospect of conflict in the offing, several trawler owners on both the East and West Coast recalled their vessels and delayed the sailing of others. Once War was declared, however, and with markets suffering from a lack of supplies, many trawlers returned to sea thinking that on the […]

Lost Vessels

© Fleetwood Maritime Heritage Trust If there any vessels missing from this page, please contact me. Please note that when some of these vessels were lost they had been sold or moved to another port. However, all have sailed from Fleetwood at some time, or been owned by Fleetwood companies and for this reason I […]

S.T. Velia (2) FD49

Technical Official Number: 136896 Yard Number: 606 Completed: 1914 Gross Tonnage: 290 Net Tonnage: 116 Length: 130.2 ft Breadth: 23.5 ft Depth: 12.7 ft Engine: 84nhp T.3-cyl and boiler by C. D. Holmes & Co Ltd, Hull Built: Cochrane & Sons Ltd, Selby, 1914 History 27.6.1914: Launched by Cochrane & Sons Ltd, Selby (Yd.No.606) for […]

S.T. William Humphries LO533

Additional information courtesy of Gary Hicks Plymouth Merchant Ships Technical Admiralty Number: 4205 Official Number: 144592 Yard Number: 447 Completed: 1918 Gross Tonnage: 276 Net Tonnage: 106 Length: 125.6 ft Breadth: 23.4 ft Depth: 12.6 ft Built: J. Duthie Torry Shipbuilding Co, Aberdeen Engine: 480ihp T.3-cyl by Bellis & Morcom Ltd, Birmingham History 10.1918: Launched […]