ABERDEEN BUILT SHIPS


Name
YTHAN
Construction
WOOD
Type
SCHOONER
Date
1837
Description
Rig: SCHOONER
Yard Number: 84
Owner: A. Mitchell, Newburgh
Wood and part iron built
Cost £975
Surveyed A1 by Lloyds

1839: A. Sinclair, Master; Route Aberdeen-Sunderland.
1840: A. Sinclair, Master; Route Aberdeen-Newburgh.
1841: A. Sinclair, Master; Route Aberdeen-Newburgh.
1843/1846: J Crevie, Master; Route to London.
1846: No further record of ship in Lloyd's Registers.

Aberdeen Journal, 25/12/1850:
For Sale at Peterhead - Schooner YTHAN, of Aberdeen, classed AE1 Red Star, 84 tons register. Was built Aberdeen, carries large cargo in light draught, and is well found in stores and ready to be sent to sea.

Lloyd's Register, 1851:
84 tones, built Aberdeen 1837, master McIlurith, no owner, PBT Peterhead, Peterhead Coaster. (1852 Master McIlurith, no owner, PBT or destined voyage)

Lloyd's Register, 1856/1857:
Owner W. Mitchell, Master Sawester, no PBT or DV.

Standard (London), 26/03/1857:
Sligo (Donegal Bay), 24 March - YTHAN, schooner, of and from Montrose, struck on the north point of Wheaton Rock, Sligo Bay. She got off after striking heavily for half and hour and has come in here making water.

Lloyd's Register, 1858, 1862, 1868, 1869:
84 tons, built Aberdeen 1837, Master J. Adams, Owners D. Scott, PBT Montrose, DV Montrose (1863 Dundee) Coaster (last entry 1869)
Shipbuilder
A. HALL & Co., Aberdeen
Dimensions
length 61'2 x breadth 17'7'
gross tonnage 84 tons
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