M.T. St. Bartholomew – FD27

Technical

Official Number: 185300
Yard Number: 903
Completed: 1955
Launched: 1203/1955
Registered: 16/06/1955
Gross Tonnage: 421
Length: 137.6 ft
Breadth: 28.4 ft
Depth: 13.75 ft
Engine: 960bhp British Polar
Speed: 11.5 knots

History

1955: Completed by Cook, Welton & Gemmell, Beverley as St. BARTHOLOMEW (Yd. No. 903) for St Andrews Steam Fishing Co Ltd, Fleetwood, as St. Bartholomew. Registered at Fleetwood (FD27).
25.10.1955: Christopher Porter (Mate) lost overboard and drowned.
01.01.1964: sold to Iago Steam Fishing Co, Fleetwood
1965: sold to Partrederiet Utheim, Kristiansund, Norway and renamed BJOGNA
05.05.1965: left Fleetwood for Norway.
1966: Renamed BJOGNA.
1972: Owners name changed to Sigmund Utheim Partrederie
1977: sold to Per OG Reidar Smadal, Alesund
1980: sold to Kare Misje & Co, Alesund and renamed NAUTIK
1983: Name changed to NAUTIKA
1985: sold to Tamis Ltd, Aberdeen as stand by safety vessel
1990: sold to Cam Offshore Ltd Aberdeen and renamed CAM VANGUARD
1993: sold to John Crowson, Aberdeen and renamed JON PAUL
1998: renamed CAM VANGUARD
1999: Still in service
2013: Now laid up at the Cap Verde Islands.

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M.T. St. Bartholomew FD27

M.T. St. Bartholomew FD27
Picture courtesy of Len Charnley

M.T. St. Bartholomew FD27

M.T. St. Bartholomew FD27
Picture courtesy of The JJ Collection

M.T. St. Bartholomew FD27

M.T. St. Bartholomew FD27
Picture © Peter Brady

M.T. St. Bartholomew FD27

M.T. St. Bartholomew FD27
Picture courtesy of the late James Cullen

M.T. St. Bartholomew FD27

M.T. St. Bartholomew FD27
Picture courtesy of Dean Ledge Harrison

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12/09/2016: Page re-published after site problems.