Tag Archives: Dandy

s.v. Yarra Yarra

Technical

Official Number: 60266
Completed: 1867
Gross Tonnage: 55
Length: 65.55 ft
Breadth: 18.7
Depth: 9.55 ft
Rig: Dandy – trawling
Built: Fredrickson & Fawcett, Burton upon Strather

History

1867: Completed by Fredrickson & Fawcett, Burton upon Strather for F. A. Castle, Grimsby as YARRA YARRA.
10.1867: registered at Grimsby (GY252).
3.1869: re registered at Grimsby (GY22).
9.1869: Sold to E. Goodfellow, Grimsby.
1.1.1870: Owned by Henry Knott, Grimsby.
1.1.1883: Owned by Robert Sinclair, 23 Albert Terrace, New Clee, Lincolnshire.
1.1885: Sold to W. Hall, Grimsby.
5.1887: Sold to Great Grimsby Fishing & steam Trawling Co Ltd, Grimsby.
9.1888: Sold to George E. J. Moody, Cleethorpes (Walker Moody Kelly, Fleetwood, manager).
10.1888: Transferred Fleetwood.
10.1888: Grimsby registry closed.
10.1888: Registered at Fleetwood.
1.1.1892: Owned by Mrs J. W. Campbell, 51 Brisbane Street, Greenock (John H. Campbell, 12 Charles Street, Greenock, manager). Fleetwood registry closed. Registered at Greenock.
1905: Greenock registry closed.

Changelog
08/03/2011: Page published.
01/03/2015: Updated information.

s.v. Spray FD147

Additional information courtesy of Christine Simm

Technical

Official Number: 56959
Completed: 1873
Net Tonnage: 26
Rig: Sloop – Trawling
Built: ??, St. Ives

History

1873: Completed by ??, St. Ives as SPRAY.
1874: Owned by Isaac M. Sibbald, Morecambe.
18.5.1874: Registered at Lancaster.
18.5.1874: Appropriated.
4.11.1875: At Whitehaven in company with AMETHYST (FD107), CONFIDENCE (FD121) and PETREL (FD59). Attempted to leave harbour. Informed by Mr Dawson, collector of dues, that they could not leave until harbour dues paid. As they refused to pay, the harbour tug was moored across the entrance to prevent them leaving. CONFIDENCE and PETREL skippers decided to pay, but AMETHYST and SPRAY continued their attempt to leave, one of the crew of SPRAY cut the tug’s head ropes and AMETHYST fell foul of the tug, smashing her boat. AMETHYST and SPRAY boarded by harbour master and mainsails confiscated.
6.11.1875: Skippers attended at the office of the solicitors to the Harbour Trustees and consented to pay all dues, damages and costs. Sails returned and allowed to sail.
1.1.1880: Owned by William Hudson, Fleetwood. Registered at Fleetwood (FD147).
1.1.1888: Owned by Mrs Margaret Hudson, 48 Warren Street, Fleetwood.
1.1.1889: Owned by James Armour, Adelaide Street, Fleetwood (managing owner).
6.11.1890: In SSE force 8 gale, seeking shelter and beating up the Wyre channel (Sk. David Cawell), when near the Knottspit Buoy, in going about missed stays. An attempt was made to wear ship, but this failed and about 6.30pm she was carried on to a bank on the east side of the channel. The sea was very rough and with the gale force wind, the situation was critical for the crew of four.
8.11.1890: At low water about 3.00am the fishermen, with the exception of the skipper, left the smack and walking across the sands to reach Knott End. The skipper had remained behind to fasten up the cabin and in trying to catch up with his crew he unfortunately got into the Knott Gulf. The tide was flowing at the time and he was unsure whether to return to the smack. Fortunately he decided to make a long detour to eastward and reached the shore. From Fleetwood the smack was seen to be submerged all but for her mast and there was concern for the safety of the crew. At about 8.00am three ferry men and three fishermen took one of the ferries across to Knott End and found the crew safe in the Bourne Hotel. The boat returned across the Wyre with the crew and received a hearty welcome from the assembled crowd. In the afternoon James Armour accompanied by fourteen fishermen and two carts went out to the smack and saw that she was already about eight feet deep in the sands. All loose gear, such as sails, ropes etc was brought ashore.
9.11.1890: Having dug out around her and removed all the ballast with the incoming tide she came afloat, but gradually sank again and it was discovered that she was holed.
12.11.1890: A further attempt to salve the smack was made but the tow rope parted and the attempt was abandoned. The SPRAY was valued at £400 and was insured. Fleetwood registry closed.

Changelog
07/03/2011: Page published. 2 updates since then.
05/07/2016: Information updated.
10/10/2021: Information updated.
16/05/2022: Information updated.

s.v. Conquest H830

Technical

Official Number: 60268
Completed: 1867
Net Tonnage: 56
Length: 67.3 ft
Breadth: 18.2 ft
Depth: 10.0 ft
Rig: Dandy – trawling
Built: Grimsby

History

1867: Completed by ??, Grimsby for T. G. Vivian, Grimsby as CONQUEST.
11.1867: Registered at Grimsby (GY253).
3.1869: Re-registered at Grimsby (GY7).
9.1873: Sold to James Sorrensen, 42 Cogan Street, Hull. Grimsby registry closed. Registered at Hull (H830).
1.1.1875: Owned by William Little, Hull.
1.1.1880: Owned by Carl A. Nielson, 42 Cogan Street, Hull.
1.1.1888: Owned by Rasmus Jensen, 12 Humber Avenue, West Dock Street, Hull.
1.1.1889: Owned by Mrs Elizabeth Jipson, Boulevard, Hull.
1.1.1890: Owned by Mrs Anne Holden, Sunnyside, Ainsdale (Thomas Smith, 18 Aughton Street, Fleetwood, manager). Registered at Fleetwood.
1892: Registry closed.

Changelog

02/01/2010: Page published. 2 updates since then.

s.v. Swallow FD151

Technical

Official Number: 89476
Completed: 1884
Gross Tonnage: 53g
Net Tonnage: 35
Length: 71.3 ft
Breadth: 16.65 ft
Depth: 8.1 ft
Rig: Dandy/steam screw – trawling
Built: G. B. Meagher & Co, Swansea, Swansea

History

1884: Completed by G. B. Meagher & Co, Swansea as SWALLOW.
1884: Registered at Maryport.
1886: Registered at Ayr (AR89).
By 1887: Owned by John Waring, 16 Kent Street, Fleetwood & J. Cookson, Fleetwood.
1907: Sold to William Poole, 10 Back Kent St, Fleetwood (64/64) (managing owner).
10.1907: Ayr registry closed.
30.10.1907: Registered at Fleetwood (FD151).
13.4.1908: William Poole died.
1.6.1908: Probate granted to John Robert Sumner, Fleetwood. Vessel transferred to him.
7.7.1908: Sold to George William Stennett (22/64); William Henry Blackhurst (21/64) and John Edward Singleton (21/64), all of 80 Dock Street, Fleetwood (George William Stennett managing owner).
6.10.1908: Sold to John Edward Singleton (22/64), Dock Street, Fleetwood; Henry Melling (21/64), Jubilee Pier, Fleetwood and William H. Blackhurst (21/64), Crown Hotel, Dock Street, Fleetwood.
23.10.1908: John Edward Singleton appointed managing owner.
20.7.1909: Fitted with auxiliary motor 6 nhp. Re-measured 8.7ft depth 57.54g 37.53n.
20.7.1909: Registry closed.
24.7.1909: Re-registered as an auxiliary motor trawler.
4.8.1909: Sold to The Swallow Fishing Syndicate Ltd, Dock Street, Fleetwood (John Edward Singleton, manager).
14.2.1912: Vessel foundered in Morecambe Bay and totally lost.
1.3.1912: Fleetwood registry closed “Vessel sunk – total loss.

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sv Swallow FD151

sv Swallow FD151
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Changelog
23/02/2009: Page published.
13/02/2015: Information updated.
12/02/2018: Picture added.

sv Surprise II FD122

Technical

Official Number: 127579
Completed: 1910
Gross Tonnage: 46
Net Tonnage: 24
Length: 67.9 ft
Breadth: 19.0 ft
Depth: 8.75 ft
Rig: Dandy
Built: Liver & Wilding, Fleetwood

History

Dandy – trawling

1910: Completed by Liver & Wilding, Fleetwood for William Leadbetter, 8 Ash St, Fleetwood (managing owner) as Surprise II.
21.9.1910: Registered at Fleetwood (FD122).
19.7.1920: Fleetwood registry closed. Sold to foreigners (Belgian subjects).

Changelog
23/02/2009: Page published.