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William & Ann GY 6

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Star GY 6

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Ross Kelly GY 6

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Undaunted GY 6

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Kelly GY 6

Kelly Built 1955 Cochrane & Sons Selby for Yorkshire Trawlers Ltd as a steam trawler 
1960 Transferred to Ross Trawlers Ltd 1961 Transferred to Yorkshire Trawlers Ltd 
01/1962 Renamed as Ross Kelly
04/1962 To George F. Sleight & Sons Ltd Grimsby 
1966/67 The Ross Kelly was lengthened by the insertion of a 23-foot section in her well deck 
The work was carried out at J. S. Doig’s shipyard Grimsby 
The vessel was converted to diesel power during conversion 
1968 Port registration changed to GY 125 after returning from Newfoundland 
10/1969 Registered with British United Trawlers after the Ross Group and Associated Fisheries amalgamated to form the company 
1970 Transferred to Goweroaks Ltd 
1979 Transferred to Ross Trawlers Ltd 
1981 The vessel was converted for use as an oilrig support vessel and was on charter to the Colne Fishing Co Ltd Lowestoft who renamed her Caicos 
1982 Ownership passed to George Craig & Sons Aberdeen before being sold to the Colne Shipping Co Ltd Lowestoft
09/06/1982 The Caicos arrived at Lowestoft where she took the registration LT 125 
1987 Sold for scrap 

Her Details are

  • Official Number 184936
  • Yard Number 1408 
  • Call Sign GVCQ 
  • GT 448 NT 154 
  • Dimensions 137.5 x 28 x 14.2 
  • Quarter deck 78 Foc’sle 23 
  • Engines 6-cylinder 1440hp Ruston  

09/1987 Left Lowestoft for the breakers yard towing the St. Davids

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Joseph Chapman GY 6

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11/07/1895 Ketch In collision with SAPPHIRE of Hull approx 110 miles E 1/2 S of Spurn Point

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Algoma GY 6

ALGOMA Built 28/03/1899 by Edwards Bros North Shields for J. & G. Alward Ltd, Grimsby
1908 Purchased by the Admiralty for minesweeper trials
Based at Portland carrying out trials as an Auxiliary minesweeper in company with Andes 
1917 Requisitioned for Fishery Reserve commissioned and flew white ensign continued commercial fishing under naval control
1919 Sold to The Spurn Steam Fishing Co Ltd Grimsby 
06/1923 Sold to A. Bannister Grimsby
11/1931 Sold to F. Bannister Grimsby 
05/1947 Sold to A. Bannister Grimsby 


Her Details are 

  • Official Number 110876
  • Yard Number 604
  • GT 169 NT 54
  • Quarter deck 48 Foc’sle 20
  • Dimensions 106 x 21.1 x 11
  • Engines 45 HP

Scrapped in 10/1950