ABERDEEN BUILT SHIPS


Name
AGNES H WETHERLY
Construction
STEEL
Type
STEAM TRAWLER
Date
1917
Official Number
139795
Description
Yard Number: 428
Date of Build/Launch: March 1917
1940 named AGNES WETHERLY
1945 named AGNES H WETHERLY

Renamed: VIKING MONARCH (1946)

Requisitioned in May 1917 and converted to minesweeper.
Returned to owners 1919. Acquired by North Eastern Steam Fishing Co., Aberdeen.
Owned in 1927 by R W Lewis, Aberdeen.
Owned in 1938 by North Eastern Fishing Ltd, Aberdeen.
Requisitioned in June 1940 and converted to an armed patrol vessel.
When requisitioned in 1940, initial letter H was dropped.
Returned to owners, December 1945.
Owned in 1943 by Carnie & Gibb, Aberdeen (Manager W. Carnie Jnr). Still registered Aberdeen.
Owned in 1946 by George Robb & Sons Ltd, Aberdeen and renamed VIKING MONARCH (A25).
In 1946-47 port of registry given as Granton. Last entry in Register.
Scrapped 1960.
Shipowner
Wetherley's S F Co. Ltd, Aberdeen (A743)
Shipbuilder
DUTHIE TORRY
Dimensions
length 115' 1" breadth 22' 8" x depth 14' 3"
registered tonnage 229 tons

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