Lord Lloyd

Vessel name on Arrival: Lord Lloyd

Original Builder: Cochrane & Sons of Selby, Yorkshire

Original Yard No: 1115

Official Number: 163155

Vessel Type: trawler

GRT: 151

Year Built: 1933

Arrival Date: 30/09/1963

Breakup Started: 02/10/1963

Date First Beached: 29/04/1964

Date Breakup Completed: 01/09/1964

Draught For’d: 6' 6"

Draught Aft: 16' 6"

Name Changes:

Other Information:

 

Steam Trawler built for Pickering & Haldane's Steam Trawling Company Limited, Hull          H-508

 

10-07-1933  :   Launched

06-09-1933  :   Registered at Hull  (H-508)

12-09-1933  :   Completed

 

Tonnages  :   151-net  /   397-gross

 

Dimensions  :   150.5 feet   x   25.6 feet   x   13.6 feet

 

Propulsion   :   3-Cylinder Triple Expansion Steam Reciprocating Engine

 

Engine / Boiler Manufacturer  :   Amos & Smith Limited of Hull

 

History

07-09-1939  :   Sold to Admiralty and fitted out as an anti-submarine Trawler  –  Pennant FY 157

13-09-1939  :   Hull registry closed

01-08-1945  :   On Tyneside for a post-war 'return to fishing' role

06-05-1946  :   Sold to Hull Ice Company Limited of Hull, Manager Thomas W. Boyd

16-05-1946  :   Registered at Hull  –   H 263

16-11-1946  :   Sold to Lord Line Limited (Manager Thomas W. Boyd)

17-04-1950  :   Owners restyled as Associated Fisheries Trawler Company Ltd under same Manager

22-07-1953  :   Ownership reverted to Lord Line Limited under same Manager

1955              :   Transferred to Fleetwood under new Manager Leslie Wheildon

07-10-1956  :   Hull registration closed

19-09-1963  :   Sold for breaking to the West of Scotland Shipbreaking Company Limited, Troon

03-10-1963  :   Sailed under own power from Fleetwood for Troon, South Ayrshire

04-10-1963  :   Vessel arrived at Troon