ABERDEEN BUILT SHIPS


Name
ALLAN RAMSEY
Construction
STEEL
Type
TRAWLER
Date
1911
Official Number
129355
Description
ALLAN RAMSAY, A356
Yard Number: 349
Date of Build/Launch: February 1911

Renamed: ROBERT STROUD, DAVID BUCHAN, STAR OF DON, NARCISSUS

Engine Details: Steam by screw, triple expansion, 12" x 20" x 34" with 23 stroke, 56 R.H.P. by James Abernethy & C., Aberdeen. 10 knots. Boiler number 1SB with 3pf furnaces with a heating area of 1367 square feet and 180ps.i.

Launched 1/21911 and named by Mrs Ramsey, wife of the skipper/director.

Requisitioned in June 1915 and converted to boom defence vessel. Returned to owners, 1919.

Sold to Aberdeen Fish Manure & Oil Co. in 1920.
Vessel was sold by Fish Manure Co. to S. M. Cannon for about £10,000 in July 1920 (H. E. Stroud Manager)
Owners 1925-26 J. Ellis (H.E. Stroud manager). Managed by J Ellis & H E Stroud in 1926.

Renamed ROBERT STROUD in 1929 and owned by H E Stroud.
Renamed DAVID BUCHAN in 1930 and owned by W Buchan.
Renamed STAR OF DON in 1938 when owned by T Walker, Aberdeen.
Owned in 1943 by Milford S T Co. Ltd, Milford.
Owners in 1945: Alexander Hay, trawl owner, Aberdeen (32 shares); George Slater, skipper, Aberdeen (16 shares); Alexander Ritchie, banker, Aberdeen (16 shares).
Renamed NARCISSUS in 1947 and owned by A Hay, Aberdeen, A606. Still owned by A. Hay up to 1958.
Shipowner
Onward S T Co. (Aberdeen) Ltd, A356
Shipbuilder
DUTHIE TORRY
Dimensions
length 115' 4" x breadth 22' 7" x depth 12' 2"
gross tonnage 210 tons

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