ABERDEEN BUILT SHIPS


Name
GEORGE BORTHWICK
Construction
STEEL
Type
STEAM TRAWLER
Date
1917
Official Number
143459
Description
Yard Number: 611
Date of Build/Launch: August 1917

Built for Admiralty 1917 named GEORGE BORTHWICK

Renamed: ANNABELLE (1921)

From 'Royal Navy Trawlers':
Completed as minesweeper 1917. Fitted with listening hydrophones.
1920: Sold to Mercantile and named ANNABELLE.
1939: Owned by D. Wood, Aberdeen.
November 1939: Requisitioned as ANNABELLE and converted to Armed Patrol Vessel.
1941: Converted to a Boom Defence Vessel (barrage balloon).
December 1944: Returned to owners.

1920-21: Owned by Irish Trawler Co. Ltd, Larne
1921: Owned by Consolidated Fishing Ltd, Grimsby GY1314) and renamed ANNABELLE
1925-26: Owner Consolidated Steam Fishing Co. Grimsby. Name ANNABELLE.
1930-31: Owner Consolidated Steam Fishing Co. Grimsby. Name ANNABELLE.
1937-38: Owned by D Wood, Aberdeen (A101).
1945-46: Owned by D. Wood, Aberdeen.
1946-47: Owned by D. Wood, Aberdeen.
1952-53: Owned by D. Wood, Aberdeen.
1959: Broken up.

Shipbuilder
Hall Russell
Shipowner
Admiralty
Dimensions
length 115' 4" x breadth 22' 1" x depth 13'
gross tonnage 202 tons
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