Tag Archives: Dandy

s.v. Superb GY526

Technical

Official Number: 58749
Launched: 1871
Net Tonnage: 56
Length: 68.4 ft
Breadth: 19.0 ft
Depth: 9.35 ft
Rig: Dandy – trawling
Built: J. Banks Jnr, Kilpin Pike

History

1871: Completed by J, Banks Jnr, Kilpin Pike for Thomas Raddings, Goole as SUPERB.
1871: Registered at Goole on Shipping Register.
10.1874: Sold to Thomas Raddings, 1 Fish Dock, Gt Grimsby. Registered at Grimsby (GY526).
9.1881: Sold to James Brown, 5 Waterloo Terrace, Spencer Street, New Clee, Lincolnshire.
7.1889: Sold to Charles H. Saunby, Fish Market, Fleetwood (managing owner).
1891: Registry closed.

Changelog
23/02/2009: Page published.
08/02/2015: Added more information.

s.v. Proceed FD163

Technical

Official Number: 69827
Completed: 1875
Net Tonnage: 56
Rig: Dandy
Built: ??, Lowestoft
Owner: James Foster, 25 Clapham Road, Lowestoft

History

1875: Completed by ??, Lowestoft as PROCEED.
1875: Registered at Lowestoft (LT82).
1.1.1880: Owned by James Foster, 25 Commercial Road, Lowestoft.
9.1898: Lowestoft registry closed.
14.9.1898: Registered at Fleetwood (FD163).
9.4.1900: Fleetwood registry closed. Sold to be broken up.

Changelog
23/02/2009: Page published.
18/01/2015: Information updated.

sv Moss Rose FD123

Additional material by Ian Wilson

Technical

Official Number: 95716
Completed: 1889
Gross Tonnage: 51
Net Tonnage: 51
Length: 67.3 ft
Breadth: 18.5 ft
Depth: 8.75 ft
Rig: Dandy
Built: Page & Co, Lowestoft

History

Dandy – trawling

1889: Completed by Page & Co, Lowestoft for William J. Davis, 13 Haward Street, Lowestoft as MOSS ROSE.
29.10.1889: Registered at Lowestoft (LT278).
1908: Owned by Mrs Florence E. Fuller, Lowestoft (Sydney C. Fuller, 104 Bevan St, Lowestoft, manager).
1909: Sold to Sydney C. Fuller, The Prairie, Lowestoft.
27.6.1910: Sold to James William Fogg, Fleetwood (Richard Ashcroft, Blakiston St, manager).
20.8.1910: Lowestoft registry closed.
22.8.1910: Registered at Fleetwood (FD123).
5.9.1912: Tonnage altered to 24.92net. New Fishing Certificate issued.
9.9.1918: Sold to Edwin Hugh Ashcroft, John Bagot Ashcroft and Richard Bagot Ashcroft, Fleetwood.
11.2.1920: Sold to Walter Daniel Cowman and William Cowman, Whitehaven.
16.8.1920: Sold to William Mahood, Portavorgie, Co. Down.
17.1.1921: Sold to William & Robert Mahood, Portavorgie, Co. Down.
1927: Sold to William A. Glenn, The Shore, Portavogie and William & Robert Mahood, Portavorgie, Co. Down (William Glenn managing owner).
23.3.1927: Fleetwood registry closed “Ceased fishing”. Transferred to Belfast.
24.3.1927: Registered on the Shipping Register at Belfast.
7.1934: Auxiliary motor installed. Re measured 51g 35n
16.7.1934: Re registered as auxiliary motor. FATE.

Changelog
22/02/2009: Page published. 2 updates since then.

s.v. M.A.G. FD69

Technical

Official Number: 78230
Completed: 1877
Net Tonnage: 54
Length: 63.0 ft
Breadth: 18.8 ft
Depth: 9.1 ft
Rig: Dandy
Built: Mills & Blake, Southtown, Gt Yarmouth

History

Dandy – trawling

1877: Completed by Mills & Blake, Southtown, Gt Yarmouth for G. R. King, Gt. Yarmouth as M.A.G. Registered at Yarmouth (YH721).
1.1.1880: Owned by George Gibbs, High Street, Gorleston.
1878: Sold to W. Burdett-Couts, Gt. Yarmouth.
1884: Transferred to North Sea Trawling Co Ltd, Gt. Yarmouth.
1886: Sold to F.S. Leleu, Gt. Yarmouth.
1888: Sold to Hewett & Co, Gorleston & London.
1891: Sold to Richard C. Ward, 12 Alfred Terrace, Fleetwood (managing owner).
2.9.1891: Registered at Fleetwood (FD69).
10.7.1903: Sold to George Evans, 14 Marmion Rd, Hoylake (managing owner), later at 1 Lake Road, Hoylake.
25.4.1911: Tonnage altered to 23.30net. New Fishing Certificate issued.
27.7.1917: Sold to Herbert Pritchard, 4 Thirlmere Roar, Everton, Liverpool.
12.2.1918: Sold to Alfred Coker Jnr, 20 Castle Street, Liverpool.
31.12.1919: Fleetwood fishing registry closed. No longer fishing. “ Vessel converted into a derrick barge for river use only”.
1924: Fleetwood shipping registry closed.

Changelog
21/02/2009: Page published.

s.v. Corsair FD90

Technical

Official Number: 54819
Completed: 1866
Net Tonnage: 57
Length: 64.4 ft
Breadth: 17.6 ft
Depth: 9.7 ft
Rig: Dandy – trawling
Built: James Hoad & Brothers, Rye

History

1866: Completed by James Hoad & Brothers, Rye for Henry Knott, Grimsby as CORSAIR.
5.1866: Registered at Grimsby (GY183).
3.1869: Re-registered at Grimsby (GY123).
3.1877: Sold to J. P. Powell, Grimsby.
10.1878: Sold to Walter Moody, Cleethorpes.
1.1880: Sold to Stephen M. Kendall, Cleethorpes.
1.1.1888: Owned by Stephen M. Kendall, 4 Watkin Street, West Marsh, Grimsby.
4.1888: Sold to George E. J. Moody, Cleethorpes.
5.1888: Sold to Robert Allan, Ayr. Grimsby registry closed.
05.1891: Registered at Ayr (AR29).
1891: Sold to Thomas Parkinson, 43 Victoria Road, Fleetwood.
11.1891: Ayr registry closed.
21.11.1891: Registered at Fleetwood (FD90).
1.1.1893: Thomas Parkinson, managing owner.
1.1.1895: Owned by George Fogg, 80 Victoria Street, Fleetwood (managing owner).
29.10.1900: Fleetwood registry closed “Vessel broken up”.

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s.v. Corsair FD90

s.v. Corsair AR29
Picture courtesy of Alan Hirst

Changelog
19/02/2009: Page published. 2 updates since then.
26/06/2015: Information updated. Picture added.