S.T. Lord Plender FD59


Official Number: 163161
Yard Number: 1117
Completed: 1933
Gross Tonnage: 398
Net Tonnage: 151
Length: 150.5 ft
Breadth: 25.6 ft
Depth: 13.6 ft
Engine: 101HP T.3-cyl by C. D. Holmes & Co Ltd, Hull
Built: Cochrane & Sons Ltd, Selby


24.8.1933: Launched by Cochrane & Sons Ltd, Hull (Yd.No.1117) for Pickering & Haldane’s Steam Trawling Co Ltd, Hull as LORD PLENDER.
14.10.1933: Registered at Hull (H517).
19.10.1933: Completed (Albert Turgoose & James Clark, joint managers).
23.1.1935: Off Iceland (Sk. Soren Sorrenson) went to assistance of GERIA, disabled.
29.7.1939: Sailed Hull for White Sea (Sk. G. Kristiansen).
18.8.1939: At Hull landed 1,257 kits grossed £1,531.
8.1939: Sold to The Admiralty (£20,944). Fitted out as an anti-submarine trawler (P.No.FY.181).
14.11.1939: Hull registry closed.
6.1940: Based Harwich with A/S Group 19 (Ch Sk.J. M. T. Brebner RNR).
1.1941: Remains at Harwich.
6.1941: Remains at Harwich (Sk. Lieut. J. M. T Brebner RNR).
20.10.1945: A Control Committee was formed to manage Hull and Grimsby trawlers which had been bought by the Admiralty in pre war and were being offered for sale back to their original owners. The owners who bought back these vessels and wanted to take part in the scheme agreed to register the trawlers under the Hull Ice Co. Ltd and profits were shared. Management of the trawlers was given to the companies which had bought them.
1.1946: Sold to Hull Ice Co Ltd, Hull (Thomas Boyd, manager).
30.1.1946: Registered at Hull (H191).
16.11.1946: Sold to Lord Line Ltd, Hull (Thomas W. Boyd, manager) (20/-).
17.4.1950: Owners re-styled Associated Fisheries Trawling Co Ltd, Hull (Thomas W. Boyd, manager).
1953: Owners reverted to Lord Line Ltd, Hull (Thomas W. Boyd, manager).
29.2.1956: Sailed Hull for Iceland last trip from port (Sk. J. Betts).
22.3.1956: At Hull landed 847 kits grossed £3,322.
1956: Transferred within the Associated Fisheries Group to Wyre Trawlers Ltd, Fleetwood (Leslie Wheildon, manager).
13.11.1956: Hull registry closed. Registered at Fleetwood (FD59).
12.1962: Sold to Haulbowline Industries Ltd, Passage West, Co. Cork for breaking up.
6.2.1963: Arrived Passage West from Fleetwood.
1963: Breaking up completed.

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