ABERDEEN BUILT SHIPS


Name
WATERSHED
Construction
STEEL
Type
STEAM HERRING DRIFTER
Date
1919
Official Number
146044
Description
HMD WATERSHED
Yard Number: 568

Renamed: SALVIAN (GY1302), SANVIC, CONVALLARIA (BF 51) (by 1926)

18 inch triple expansion engine by Alex. Hall, Aberdeen, 42 H.P.
Boiler by Alex. Hall, Aberdeen, 180 P.S.I.

1920: Handed over to Ministry of Agriculture & Fisheries for disposal and registered in Lowestoft as WATERSHED LT628.
1921: Sold to Savoy Steam Fishing Company, Grimsby, renamed SALVIAN and re-registered in Grimsby GY 1302. Savoy Steam Fishing Co. Ltd, Fish Docks, Grimsby - Managers given as Henry C. Baker and John L. Green.
1923: Owned by Savoy Steam T Co, Ltd, Grimsby.
1923: Sold to Havre Peche Co., Havre, France and re-named SANVIE.
1924: Sold to James Ritchie, Gardenstown and others, renamed CONVALLARIA and registered in Banff (BF 51).
1926: CONVALLARIA owned by J Ritchie, Banff.
1931: Sold to George H. Catchpole, Lowestoft, re-registered in Lowestoft LT 247.
1934-1938: Mariner's Almanacs lists owner as S. E. Catchpole.
1937: Owned by S. E. Catchpole, Lowestoft.
1938: Sold to J. Ritchie, Gardenstown, re-registered in Banff, BF 497.
1939: Owned by E Ritchie, Fraserburgh.
1939: Merchant Navy List gives owner as Mrs Jane A. Ritchie, Gardenstown.
1940-46: Requisitioned for War Service as an auxiliary patrol vessel.
1941-49: Olsen's Almanacs gives owners as Ella Ritchie, Fraserburgh and others.
1948: Sold to R. Sutton, Scarborough, keeping Banff registry.
1951-53: Olsen's Almanacs gives owners as Albert Sutton, Scarborough and others.
1954: Scrapped.
Owner
Admiralty
Shipbuilder
A. HALL & Co., Aberdeen
Dimensions
length 86 3/12' x breadth 18 7/12' x depth 10'
Gross Tonnage: 96 ton

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