ABERDEEN BUILT SHIPS


Name
NORTH CAPE
Construction
STEEL
Type
STEAM TRAWLER
Date
1889
Official Number
94537
Description
Yard Number: 253

Renamed: MACHADO (by 1891) NORTH CAPE (pre 1914)

24 inch compound engine by Hall Russell & Co., Aberdeen, 50H.P.
Boiler by Hall Russell & Co. Aberdeen.

Special Surveys: No 1 - 06, Lisbon; No 3 10, 01 Aberdeen

Sold to Machado & Co. Lisbon by 1891 and renamed MACHADO.
Later owned by North Line Steam Fishing Co. Ltd, Aberdeen and renamed NORTH CAPE.
1907 Sold to Peter Bruce, Snr., St. Combs and re-registered in Fraserburgh FR239. Managing Owner W. Noble.
1913/14 Merchant Navy List gives Managing Owner as Wm Noble, Fraserburgh.
Sold in 1914 to James M Davidson, & R Milne, Glagow, Herring Merchants, Glasgow, to be used as a herring carrier.
Requisitioned into the Fishery Reserve, 1917.
Returned to owners, 1919.
Sold in 1919 to Charles McC Woods of Larne and re-registered in Belfast B3 - used as a herring carrier.
Sold in 1923 to J Murray, Ayr, as a herring carrier.
Scrapped in 1925.
Owner
North Line Steam Fishing Company Limited, Aberdeen
Shipbuilder
Hall, Russell & Company, Limited
Dimensions
length 95 3/12' x breadth 19 7/12' x depth 10 9/12'
gross tonnage: 121 tons

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