S.D/T. Leonard LT149 (Seasonal)
Picture courtesy of Mark Stopper
Official Number 149227
Gross Tonnage: 107
Net Tonnage: 40
Length: 27.25m (89.4 ft)
Breadth: 6.04m (19.8 ft)
Depth: 2.83m (9.3 ft)
Built: Gebr. Boot Scheepsbouwwerf “De Hoop”, Leiderdorp
Engine: T.3-cyl and boiler by Burgerhout’s Maschfb. Rotterdam
1913: Completed by Gebr. Boot Scheepsbouwwerf “De Hoop”, Leiderdorp, (Yd.No.??) for ??, ?? as MAJESTIC. Registered at IJmuiden (IJM46). Sold to ??, ?? . Renamed EGON,
By 1927: Sold to Stoomvissch Maats “Helgoland”, IJmuiden. Registered at IJmuiden as HELGA (IJM??).
1.1930: Sold to Head & Wright Ltd, Lowestoft.
1930: Re measured 105g 45n 90.6 x 19.9 x 9.5 metres (feet).
13.2.1930: Registered at Lowestoft as LEONARD (LT149). Seasonal fishing from Fleetwood (Sir Alec Black Bart, managing agent).
9.11.1940: In a NNW gale and heavy seas put into Llandudno with fish room full of water. Lifeboat THOMAS & ANNIE WADE RICHARDS (Cox Trevor Davies) was launched to take pump and fireman to ship.
10.11.1940: By 0645 pumped out, fish landed and other gear put on pier. Escorted by lifeboat, sailed for Bangor for repairs.
1946: Sold to Cranbrook Shipping Co Ltd, London (Leonard Frederick Milton, manager).
10.1955: Sold to Jacques Bakker en Zonen, Bruges for breaking up.
10.1956: Sailed Lowestoft for Bruges.
1956: Lowestoft registry closed.
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