M.T. Idena – FD136

Technical

Official Number: 185288
Yard Number: 856
Completed: 1953
Gross Tonnage: 296 increased to 317
Net Tonnage: 117
Length: 123 ft increased to 135 ft
Breadth: 26.6 ft
Depth: 12.2 ft
Built: Cook Welton & Gemmell, Beverley
Engine: 772bhp by Mirlees, Bickerton & Day
Speed 11 knots

History

1952: Launched by Cook Welton & Gemmell, Beverley (Yd. No. 856) for J Marr & Son, Fleetwood, at a cost of £86,032.
1953: Completed, registered at Fleetwood (FD136).
1959: Lengthened by Humber St Andrews Engineering Co Ltd, Hull.
20.07.1967: Sold to P & J Johnstone, Aberdeen for £42,000.
1969: To Ranger Fishing Co Ltd, Aberdeen (A793).
1974: Sold to Putford Enterprises Ltd, Lowestoft as standby vessel FALKIRK
1978: To Christian Salveson Ltd, Leith
08.1978: Sold to George Craig & Sons and renamed GRAMPIAN FALCON.
20.05.1986: Converted to auxiliary sailing vessel and renamed MIAMI CLIPPER.
1993: Reported scrapped.

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M.T. Idena FD136

M.T. Idena FD136
Picture courtesy of Peter Hearn

M.T. Idena FD136

M.T. Idena FD136
Picture courtesy of Robert Durrant

M.T. Idena A793

M.T. Idena A793
Picture courtesy of Phillip Dell

Changelog
21/09/2016: Page re-published due to site problems.