S.T. Prinses Beatrix IJM117 (Wartime visitor)

Additional information courtesy of Jan Harteveld

Official Number: Unknown
Yard Number: 311
Completed: 1911
As built: 195g 71n
Gross Tonnage: 195
Net Tonnage: 63 (As built: 71)
Length: 35.87m (117.7 ft)
Breadth: 6.83m (22.4 ft)
Depth: 2.89m (9.5 ft)
Built: G. Seebeck Akt. Ges., Wesermünde, GermanyBremerhaven, Germany
Engine: T.3-cyl by G. Seebeck Akt. Ges.,

1911: Launched by G. Seebeck Akt. Ges., Wesermünde, Germany (Yd.No.311) for Cuxhavener Hochseefischerei Akt. Ges., Cuxhaven as BÜRGERMEISTER BURCHARD.
1911: Completed. Registered at Cuxhaven (HC-29).
1928: Sold to Hochseefischerei Rhein-Ruhr, Emden. Cuxhaven registry closed. Registered at Emden as LAHN (AE-122).
1929: Sold to N.V. Stoomvisscherij Mij. “Hilda”, IJmuiden. Emden registry closed. Registered at IJmuiden as DONALD (IJM117).
1934: Registered at IJmuiden as EENDRACHT (IJM117).
1938: Registered at IJmuiden as PRINSES BEATRIX (IJM117).
1940: Escaped to England.
1940s: Fishing out of Fleetwood. Bloomfield’s Ltd, managing agents. Home waters/Icelandic grounds.
3.7.1943: Typical landing from Home Waters. 550 kits – hake-350, cod-50, flats-50, coley-100. Typical landing, Iceland grounds. 700 kits – cod/codling-150, haddock-450, flats-70, ling/coley-30.
1945: Sold to Stoomvisscherij Mij. “Mercurius”, IJmuiden (I. S. Groen, manager).
1954: Laid up.
5.3.1957: Sold for breaking up. IJmuiden registry closed.

25/04/2013: Page published. 2 updates since then.
16/07/2921: Updated history and technical details.