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References:

 

Aberdeen Built Ships

Aberdeen Press and Journal : Aberdeen Journals Ltd., Publisher.

Aberdeen Evening Express : Aberdeen Journals Ltd., Publisher.

British Vessels Lost at Sea 1914-1918 and 1939-1945 : Patrick Stephens Ltd., now Haynes Publishing, Publisher.

British Warships 1914-1919: Dittmar and Colledge : Ian Allan Publishing Ltd., Publisher.

Customs and Excise Registers of Sea Fishing Boats

Fishing News, Intrafish, Publisher.

Mariners Almanac : Aberdeen Journals Ltd., Publisher.

Mercantile Navy Lists via the CLIP Project.

Olsens Fishermans Nautical Almanack : E T W Dennis & Sons Ltd, Publisher.

Scotsman Archives: Johnstone Publications.

Steam Drifters, A Brief History : Jim Tarvit : Scottish Fisheries Museum, Publisher.

Warships of World War II : Lenton and Colledge : Ian Allan Publishing Ltd., Publisher.

 

 

 
         
Port Letters & No: 
Owners & Port History
 
 FR 106
( chronological order)
 
Name:     

1. Owner: Lewis Duthie, Cairnbulg and others and George Walker, Fraserburgh

 
Duthies  
Official Number:  Port:   
125356 2. Owner:   

Built: 

1914 J & G Forbes, Sandhaven

Port:   
3. Owner:   
Type of Vessel:  Port:   
 Steam screw ketch, 1st class, 8 men, nets and lines. 4. Owner:   
Dimensions: Port:   
    88.7ft.loa.,  19.4ft.b., 9.6ft.d. 5. Owner:   
Tonnage:  Port:   
  89grt., 38nrt. 6. Owner:   
Propulsion: Port:   
 Steam engine; triple expansion by John Lewis and Sons, Torry: 27nhp    

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Radio Call Sign:       
       
Years:       
 1939 to 1940      
           
 

History: 

 1914 completed and registered FR 106 Duthies

1915, February, on hire to Admiralty as Anti Submarine Net vessel; Ad No 2378; fitted with one 2pdr., gun.

1919 returned to owners.

1939 August on hire to Admiralty

1940 October 25th., vessel lost to enemy aircraft attack alongside the jetty at Montrose. Whole crew rescued.

1940 registry closed.