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Ross Kelvin GY 60

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Pavonia GY 60

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Lydia GY 60

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Ligny GY 60

Ligny Built 1918 Bow McLachlan & Co Paisley for The Admiralty as Castle Class Trawler Henry Chevallier
1922 The vessel was sold to Societe Anonyme Pecheries a Vapeur Ostend Belgium renamed Albert
02/1939 Bought by Consolidated Fisheries Grimsby renamed Ligney registered to Rhondda Steam Fishing a subsidiary company
09/1940 Requisitioned as a minesweeper 
03/1942 Sold to owners in Aberdeen
11/1945 Returned to owners
11/1947 Moved to Leith became Ocean Venture 

Her Details are

  • Official Number 143808
  • Yard Number 353 
  • Admiralty Number FY 1765
  • Armament 1-12pdr
  • Call Sign MAEF
  • GT 277 NT 107 
  • Dimensions 125.7 x 23.4 x 12.8 
  • Quarter deck 72 Foc’sle 21   

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Kelvin GY 60

Kelvin Built 1958 Cochrane & Sons Selby for Yorkshire Trawlers Ltd Grimsby as a steam trawler
1960 Transferred to Ross Trawlers Ltd 
1961 Transferred to Yorkshire Trawlers Ltd 
01/1962 Renamed as Ross Kelvin
04/1962 To George F. Sleight & Sons Ltd Grimsby
1968 Port registration number 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 
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 Nevis
1982 Ownership passed to George Craig & Sons Aberdeen before being sold to the Colne Shipping Co Ltd Lowestoft Registered as LT 60 
1987 After being given the registration number LT 168 the Nevis was sold for scrap 

Her Details are

  • Official Number 168603
  • Yard Number 1431 
  • GT 448 NT 164 
  • Dimensions 137.5 x 28 x 14.2 
  • Quarter deck 78 Foc’sle 23 
  • Engines 6-cylinder 1440hp Ruston
  • Call Sign GBHX 

28/09/1987 Left Lowestoft for the breakers yard

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Alexandra GY 60

Alexandra Built 20/06/1905 by Cook, Welton & Gemmell Beverley for Queen Steam Fishing Co Ltd Grimsby
Captured by U-boat on the 28/01/1917
The skipper was taken prisoner whilst his vessel was sunk by time bombs 60 miles from Longstone Lighthouse

Her Details are 

  • Official Number 122689 
  • Yard Number 76
  • GT 179 NT 61
  • Quarter deck 56 Foc’sle 19
  • Dimensions 108.4 x 21.1 x 11.2
  • Engines CD Holmes 55 NHP Speed 9½ knots

28/01/1917 Sunk by U Boat 60 miles E of Longstone