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References:
Scottish Fishermens Nautical Almanac

Mariners Almanac

Olsens Almanac

British Warships 1914-1919: Dittmar and Colledge

British Vessels Lost at Sea 1914-1918 and 1939-1945: John Young HMSO

Steam Drifters: Jim Tarvit

Fleetwood Trawlers

Barry Banham

 

 

 
         
Port Letters & No: 
Owners & Port History
 
BF 369
( chronological order)
 
Name:     

1. Owner: George Mair snr, 71 Portknockie, Banffshire.

 
Trustful  
Official Number:  Port: Portknockie.  
123626 2. Owner:  
Built:  Port:  
1906 Carnegie & Mathews, Peterhead.      3. Owner:  
Type of Vessel:  Port:  
Steam screw Dandy,  1st class, 10 men,  nets. 4. Owner:  
Length:  Port:  
  84.0 ft. loa., 5. Owner:  
Tonnage:  Port:  
   87grt., 31nt. 6. Owner:  
Engine Power:  Port:  

   32nhp.

C.2-cyl steam engine by A Hall & Co., Ltd., Aberdeen.

   

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Radio Call Sign:       
     
Years:       
1906 to 1920       
           
 

History: 

    1906 completed and registered BF 369 Trustful.

1915 May on hire to Admiralty as anti submarine net vessel; Ad No 2441.

1915 June temporarily renames Trustful II

1919 returned to owners and name reverted to Trustful.

1920 Banff registry closed vessel sold to Peterhead

1920 registered PD 366 Trustful.

1921 fishing as liner from Fleetwood.

1922 Peterhead registry closed vessel sold to Fleetwood.

1922 registered DO 27

1924 December 29th., fishing off Bray Head, Co. Wicklow, SW gale sprang up and vessel shipped heavy seas. Engine room flooded. About 5.00 pm. anchored and let off flares. No response, took to boat as vesel began to settle and laid off. Boiler exploded and vessel foundered. After several hours, picked up by Kingstown pilot boat, landed and taken to Dublin.

1925 January 2nd., crew returned to Fleetwood.

? Douglas registry closed.

1927 vessel completely stripped out and converted to pleasure use.