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Name Official number Flag IMO
GARLAND  77355  GBR   
Year built Date launched Date completed
1880  08/1880   
Vessel type Vessel description
Yacht   Iron Screw Steamer  
Builder Yard Yard no
R Chambers, Dumbarton Lower Woodyard 
 

Tonnage Length Breadth Depth Draft
61 grt / 36 nrt / 84 tm 84.7 ft  15.1 ft  8.5 ft   
Engine builder Plenty & Son Ltd., Newbury
Engine detail
C2cyl 14nhp 1screw

Re-engined before 1920. C2cy 40nhp 250ihp 10-11kn by J G Kincaid (made 1903)

1925 reengined with 60bhp 4cyl oil engine by Bergius.

1953 engine removed. 

First owner First port of register Registration date
John W Woodall, Scarborough  Scarborough   
Other names
1902 AEROLITE 
Subsequent owner and registration history
1892(1886?) Scottish Fishery Board, Edinburgh - reg Leith
1902 Alexander Ross & James Marshall, Greenock - reg Greenock
1907 Alexander & Hugh Ross and Duncan Young, Greenock
1915 Walter Marshall, Duncan Young and William & Duncan Campbell, Greenock
1920 Baldwin S Millard, London - reg Greenock
1926 Marmaduke N Wright, Southampton
1927 Commander James Bird, Southampton - reg Greenock
1934 Charles H Ward, Southsea
1935 Kenneth L Barnard, London - reg London
1936 Sir Richard W Onslow, Fowey
c1938 Leslie W Farrow, Kenley Surrey
by1953 Stephen C A Jones, Denbigh
1953 Frank R Harris, Falmouth 
Vessel history

John Woodall established a private fishery laboratory at Scarborough and used his yacht for experiments to improve the fish stock.


In 1892(1886?) sold to Scottish Fishery Board for similar work.


1902 reverted to yacht.


War service in WW1.


1918 register closed, reopened 1920 (68g 36n).


1927 83g 56n


1953 converted to houseboat (90g 87n)

 
Remarks
 
End year Fate / Status
1999  Register Closed  
Disposal Detail
 
 

 



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