Category Archives: Sailing Trawlers

Sailing Trawlers

sv Perula FD61

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Technical

Official Number: 162070.
Completed: 1932
Gross Tonnage: 26
Net Tonnage: 18
Length: 45.2 ft
Breadth: 13.5 ft
Depth: 6.7 ft
Built: A. M. Dickie & Sons, Bangor, Carnarvonshire
Engine: 36bhp oil engine

History

1932: Completed as a fishing boat by A. M. Dickie & Sons, Bangor, Carnarvonshire for ?? as
PERULA.
193?: Converted to a ‘yacht’.
1935: Sold to Miss Winifred S. Brown, Salford. Converted to yawl rigged yacht by A. M. Dickie & Sons, Bangor.
15.06.1936: Registered (Part I) at Fleetwood. O.N.162070.
late 1930s: Sailed three times from Wales to Norway, going on to Spitsbergen in 1938 (Winifred Brown & Ron Adams,).
28.10.1939: Registered (Part IV) at Fleetwood (FD61).
1939: On marriage owner became Mrs Winifred S. Adams, Menai Bridge, Anglesey. Based Beaumaris, Anglesey.
By 1945: Fleetwood (Part IV) registry closed.
1974: Sold to Medway. Possibly still afloat.

Changelog
27/06/2020: Page published.

sv Lottie FD31

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Technical
2nd Class – prawner
Gross Tonnage: 25

History

3.6.1896: Registered at Fleetwood.
18.1.1917: Transferred to Barrow.

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sv Lottie FD31

sv Lottie FD31
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sv Lottie FD31

sv Lottie FD31
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Changelog
24/05/2020: Page published.
19/06/2020: Added an image.

sv Alice FD??

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Information courtesy of Gordon Wilson

Technical

Official Number: 17225
Net Tonnage: 23
Built: 1829
Rig: Smack

History

1829: Completed at Burscough Bridge, Lancashire as Alice.
16.12.1851: Appropriated.
16.04.1855: Registered at Fleetwood. Owned by John Calder (Sk. Sam Colley) About 1869: Fishing the Calf grounds, SW of Calf of Man (Sk. Sam Colley) along with six or seven other boats and landing into Holyhead. Reputed to be the first skipper to place hake on the Manchester Wholesale Fish Market through agent Theophilus Handley.
By1870: Fleetwood registry closed. Owned by Robert Jones, 7 Eastgate Street, Carnarvon. Registered at Carnarvon.
1890: Not recorded in MNL under this name.

Changelog
16/11/2019: Page published.

s.v. Nimble FD11

Technical

Official Number: 27317
Gross Tonnage: 33.61
Rig Sloop/Ketch
Built: Freckleton

History

1860: Completed at Freckleton for John Noblett, Fleetwood as NIMBLE.
14.2.1861: Registered at Fleetwood.
1869: Owned by Frederick W. Rigby, (64/64), Preston. Registered at Fleetwood (FD11).
1886: Sold to Patrick Murphy, Swingpump Lane, Whitehaven. Fleetwood registry closed. Registered at Whitehaven (3/18894) (WN7).
1889: Sold to John Preston Peet, Whitehaven & others (John Preston Peet managing owner).
1890: Rebuilt as a ketch – 23 regd tons.
1892: Sold to John Wright, 12 Senhouse Street, Whitehaven & others (John Wright managing owner).
1903: Wrecked in Strangford Lough.
1903: Whitehaven registry closed.

Changelog

01/12/2018: Page published

sv Wild Rose FD86

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Technical

Net Tonnage: 6
Rig: Cutter/seining

History

24.10.1925: first registered at Fleetwood.
Post 1930: Converted to aux. motor.

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sv Wild Rose FD86

sv Wild Rose FD86
Picture courtesy of The George Westwood Collection

Changelog

05/03/2011: Page published.
12/11/2018: Page re-published. Removed FMHT watermark from image.