M.T. Princess Anne – FD15

Technical

Official Number: 185299
Yard Number: 901
Completed: 1955
Gross Tonnage: 421
Length: 139′ 7″
Breadth: 28′ 5″
Depth: 13′ 9″
Built by: Cook, Welton & Gemmell in 1954
Engine: 960bhp British Polar
Speed: 11.5 knots
Owner: St Andrews Steam Fishing Co Ltd (Boston Deep Sea Fisheries Ltd)

History

1954: Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmell, Beverley for St Andrews Steam Fishing Co Ltd, Fleetwood. Registered at Fleetwood (FD15).
October 08 1963: Transferred to Hull.
March 10 1965: Transferred back to Fleetwood.
1966: Converted for purse seining with a Lowestoft crew.
1971: Transferred to Lowestoft (LT 740).
1973: Renamed BOSTON WELLINGTON.
1974: Sold for scrap to Scrap metal By-Products.
1975: Re-sold to Skainberry Ltd, Lowestoft and renamed MELICIA.
1976: Scrapped.
1976: Deleted from Lloyds Register of Shipping.

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M.T. Princess Anne FD15

M.T. Princess Anne FD15
Picture courtesy of Len Charnley

M.T. Princess Anne FD15

M.T. Princess Anne FD15
Picture courtesy of Frank Pook

M.T. Princess Anne FD15

M.T. Princess Anne FD15

M.T. Princess Anne LT740

M.T. Princess Anne LT740

M.T. Boston Wellington LT740

M.T. Boston Wellington LT740

Changelog
13/09/2016: Page re-published due to site problems.