ABERDEEN BUILT SHIPS


Name
PETER BARRINGTON
Construction
STEEL
Type
STEAM TRAWLER
Date
1919
Official Number
140624
Description
Yard Number: 650
Date of Build/Launch: April 1919

Renamed: CARIAMA II (by 1920); AUSTRALIAN PRINCE (June 1920); AMORELLE (1947)

June 1920: Vessel sold by Harley & Miller, Liverpool to Rayner & Boyle, North Shields for about £18,500. Renamed AUSTRALIAN PRINCE.
1923: Owned by Consolidated Steam Fishing and Ice Company Ltd, Grimsby and renamed AMORELLE. GY239.
1925-26: Owned by Consolidated Steam Fishing and Ice Company, Grimsby.
1937: Owned by J Craig, Aberdeen.
1947: Vessel was fishing out of Aberdeen, owned by the Iona F W Ltd and renamed AMORELLE.
1949-50: Owned by Iona Fishing Co.
1951-52: Owned by W. J. Fishing Co., Aberdeen.
1953: Owned by J Walker, Aberdeen A120.
1958-59: Class withdrawn.
1960: Broken up in the U.K.
Shipbuilder
Hall, Russell & Company, Limited
Shipowner
Admiralty
Dimensions
length 115' 4" x breadth 22' 1" x depth 13' 6"
Gross Tonnage: 202 ton

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