ABERDEEN BUILT SHIPS


Name
AUCHINTOUL
Construction
IRON
Type
STEAMER, CARGO
Date
1880
Official Number
77461
Description
Yard Number: 216
Schooner rigged cargo steamer
Built/Launched August 1880
Registered in Aberdeen 3rd September 1880

Susequent Names: LA GAULE

2 decks, 2 masts, engines: 1 pair inverted direct acting compound surface condensing, estimated horsepower 160.

Crew space: lower forecastle; for firemen, house for seamen, engineer's messroom, cabins for carpenter, chief engineer, 2nd engineer, chief officer, 2nd officer, 3rd officer, cook and steward.

Initial owners; John Birnie Adam, Thomas Adam Jnr., Aberdeen, Alexander Chivas Adam, Newcastle upon Tyne (joint owners of 64 shares).

1881: Sold to French owners, Delmas Freres, port of registry La Rochelle.
1882: Master R. Renauleaud; Owner Delmas Freres; Registered La Rochelle; Port of Survey Antwerp
1883: Port of Survey Baltimore.
19 December 1883: Register closed at Aberdeen.
1884: Master R. Renauleaud; Owner Delmas Freres; Registered La Rochelle; Port of Survey Antwerp
1887: Owners listed as N. Parquet & Co. port of registry Marseilles.
1898-1925?: Owners listed as Rie. de Nav. Armenienne et Maroc (N. Parquet & Co., managers), registered Marseilles. Master in 1898 A. Bianchi.
1910: Wireless Call Sign J.V.M.Q.; Master Reiriz; Depth 23'2"; Registered Marseilles
1914: Master Mattei
1918: Master Mattei
1920: Master Agostini; Owner Cie De Navigation Paquet
1923: Call Sign OKZR
1925/25: Call Sign OKZR
1930/31: Call Sign OKZR

Returns of Ships Totally Lost, Condemned, etc
1st October - 31st December 1932
No. in registration book 65946. LA GAULE broken up.

(Source: Lloyd's Register of Shipping)


Owner
Adam & Company, Aberdeen
Shipbuilder
Hall Russell
Dimensions
length 260' x breadth 34' 2" x depth 23' 2"
gross tonnage: 1637 ton
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