ABERDEEN BUILT SHIPS


Name
CROMDALE
Construction
STEEL
Type
TRAWLER
Date
1969
Official Number
303234
Description
Yard Number: 365
Fishing Number: A365

A10107

Mk 1 Pocket Trawler
Rivet Welded

Subsequent Names: BURGHLAY, A365 (1987 - ?); BURGHLEY (? - 1996)

Launched in November 1969 named by Miss Dorothy Elinor Bruce, daughter of Mr A. Bruce of the owning company.

Engine Lister Blackstone type ERS 6 MG/R 369KW 495DHP

CROMDALE was one of John Lewis' pocket trawlers built in 1969 for local fishing company Bruce Stores. She was sold by Bruce Stores to G. Mair in 1987, name or port not known.

She was owned by Pesca Fisheries, Milfordhaven, a Spanish company, from 1987 until being sold again to Liners & Trawlers Assoc. Ltd, Falmouth.

Unclarified info - the ship was towed to port unknown in December 2007 to be laid up/possibly scrapped.
Shipbuilder
John Lewis and Sons
Owner
Bruces Stores (Aberdeen) Ltd and G Mair A365
Dimensions
length 77' x breadth 20' 6" x depth 10' 9"
gross tonnage: 119 ton

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