Rosalind

Vessel Name on Arrival: 
Rosalind
Vessel Type: 
Trawler
Official Number: 
121085
GRT: 
174
Draught For'd: 
4' 6"
Draught Aft: 
13' 0"
Year Built: 
1905
Arrival Date: 
14/09/1955
Breakup Started: 
31/10/1955
Date First Beaching: 
13/12/1955
Breakup Completed: 
27/01/1956
Original Builder: 
Cook, Welton & Gemmell of Beverley, Hull
Original Yard No.: 
89
Name Changes: 

 
03-11-1905 :  Registered at Hull (H839)

28-05-1915 :  Requisitioned for war service as a minesweeper (1-3pdr)   (Ad.No.1780)

Decbr 1915 :  Renamed ROSALIND II

13-04-1918 :  Sold to A. Gouldby, Hull

Octbr  1919 :  Returned after survey and restoration at Hull and reverted to ROSALIND (H839)

1920             :  Sold to A. E. Stock, Lowestoft.

24-02-1920 :  Hull registry closed.

27-02-1920  :  Registered at Lowestoft (LT977)

1926              :  Sold to Baxter & Catchpole, Lowestoft (G. D. Utting, Kessingland, Manager)

1940              :  Directed to Fleetwood under wartime controls (J. Utting, Lowestoft, Manager)

1943              :  Sold to Rosalind Fishing Co Ltd, Fleetwood

1954              :  Sold to Jackson Mills (Fleetwood) Ltd, Fleetwood.

1955              :  Sold to BISCO and allocated to West of Scotland Shipbreaking Co Ltd, Troon for breaking

13-09-1955  :  Sailed Fleetwood for Troon.

14-09-1955  :  Delivered Troon Harbour (draughts 4’6”/13’0”).
 

Other Information: 

Steam Trawler Rosalind for Hellyer’s Steam Fishing Company Limited of Hull.  (C. Hellyer, Manager)
 
02-09-1905  :  Launched
26-10-1905  :  Completed
 
Gross Tonnage: 174                         Net Tonnage: 68
 
Dimensions  :  108.5  feet  x  21.6 feet  x  11.5 feet
 
Propulsion  :   Steam Reciprocating 3-Cylinder Engine rated at  45 NHP
 
Machinery Manufacturer  :  Amos & Smith Ltd, Hull
 
Speed : 9.5 knots
 

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