ABERDEEN BUILT SHIPS


Name
UNO
Type
STEAM TRAWLER
Date
1907
Official Number
144595
Description
Yard Number: 425
Date of Build/Launch: April 1907

Renamed: SUREAXE (pre 1923)

From 'Royal navy Trawlers'
Russian fishing vessel 1918 seized in the White Sea on 3 Aug. Added to the Navy list 11 Nov. 1920 sold to Mercantile and retained same name. Acquired by Harrow-Baxter S.F. of Aberdeen. August 1942 requisitioned and converted for target towing. November 1945 returned to owners.

1910-11: Name UNO, Oner Soc. Pescadores.
1914-15: As above.
1918-19: Owner Russian Govt.
1920-21: Now named SUREAXE, Owned by Russian Govt.
Later owned by J M Davidson, Aberdeen.
1923: Owned by Harrow Baxter Steam Fishing Co. Ltd, Aberdeen (A161)
1930-31: Owned by Harrow Baxter Steam Fishing Co. Aberdeen
1937-38: Owned by Harrow Baxter Steam Fishing Co. Aberdeen
1940: Owned by J C Llewellin, Milford.
1941-42: Owner now Mrs E. M. Cubbin, Milford.
1943: Owned by R A Colby, Cubbin, Douglas, Isle of Man.
1951-52: Entry in Lloyd's overprinted 'broken up'
Shipbuilder
Hall, Russell & Company, Limited
Owner
Sociedad Pescadora Argentina, Buenos Aires
Dimensions
length 112 3/12' x breadth 21 7/12' x depth 12 3/6'
gross tonnage: 185 ton

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