ABERDEEN BUILT SHIPS


Name
CRISCILLA
Type
FREEZER STERN TRAWLER
Date
1966
Official Number
308713/6619944
Description
Yard Number: 931
Completed November 1966

Engine details:
Mirrlees National Type KSSMR, 4 stroke, single acting, turbocharged,7 cylinder, 381mm bore x 508mm stroke, 1680 b.h.p. @ 400 r.p.m.
Modern Wheel Drive/Hindmarch Type R single reduction gearbox to controllable pitch propeller.
1997 with ship’s services (220 kW, 220 v D.C.) and trawl winch (240 kW) generator power take off shafts.
Linaaen C.P. stainless steel propeller 1625 s.h.p. @ 240 r.p.m.
Generator set: - Dorman type 6QTN, 265 b.h.p.@ 1500 r.p.m. engine driving L. Scott & Electromotors dynamo rated at 40kW, 220 volt DC.


Renamed: COLONEL TEMPLER (1979) SEAWAY ENDEAVOUR (2011) ENDEAVOUR (2015)

Owned in 1979 by Ministry of Defence and renamed COLONEL TEMPLER. 1979 Converted by Globe Shiprepairers, Hull to acoustic research/survey vessel.

Sank after a serious fire in 1990, the ship underwent a major rebuild.
1997 Refitted and converted to diesel-electric propulsion.

From November 2000, Colonel Templer was operated under contract by Serco Denholm, based at HMNB Clyde, Great Harbour, Greenock. In 2001, she was converted to support diving training.
By July 2011, she was sold to a Swedish firm and renamed Seaway Endeavour with a blue and white livery.

According to Sea Breeze Magazine 2015, ths ship is now called ENDEAVOUR and owned by Halstorm Investment Group. It was along with another old steam trawler charting and exploring shipwreck sites around the coats and world wide. It was operating out of Greenock.
Shipbuilder
Hall Russell
Shipowner
J Marr & Son Ltd
Dimensions
length 161 5/12' x breadth 36 1/12' x depth 15 3/6'
Gross Tonnage: 952 ton
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