ABERDEEN BUILT SHIPS


Name
JOSEPH DUHAMEL
Construction
STEEL
Type
STEAM TRAWLER
Date
1929
Description
Yard Number: 700
Date of Build/Launch: December 1929

Owner: M. Joseph Duhamel

For Newfoundland and Iceland grounds.

Raised quarter deck

Triple expansion steam engine, 3 cylinder, 149 H.P.
3 single ended boilers, 180lb p.s.i. manufactured by Hall Russell & Co. Ltd, Aberdeen.
Classed 100 A1 at Lloyd's and surveyed at Aberdeen in December 1929.

1930-31: Lloyd's Register gives owner as Societe Anon Les Pecheries de Fecamp and the vessel registered in Fecamp.
1939: Specal Survey in Le Havre.
26 December 1941: Seized in the Atlantic Designated as anti-submarine and commenced fitting out but transferred to the MWT in April before completion.
1942-43: Lloyd's Register gives owner as Ministry of War Transport with Hellyer Bros. Ltd, Hull as Managers.
1944: Listed under MOWT. Boston Deep Sea Fisheries & Trawling Co. Ltd, Hull.
1948: Owned by Soc. Anon 'Les Pecheries de Fecamp' Fecamp.
1949-50: Lloyd's Register gives owner again as Society Anonyme Les Pechieres de Fecamp at 25 Quai Berigny, Fecamp.
1953: Broken up in France in the first quarter of 1953.
Owner
Soc Anon Les Pecheries de Fecamp, Fecamp
Shipbuilder
Hall, Russell & Company, Limited
Dimensions
length 190 3/6' x breadth 31 1/12' x depth 17 5/12'
Gross Tonnage: 928 ton

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