In Lerwick as "Ocean Tide"

 Reproduced with acknowledgement to the Shetland Museum & Archives

Agnes S Walker SN 82

 

Built 1916   Hawthorns & Co Ltd, Leith Edinburgh as "Greg Ness"   (Steel)
   
Yard No 149
   
Owner at New Peterhead Trawling Co Ltd, Peterhead (James Glennie Adams, Aberdeen manager)
   
ID no 139796
   
Launch Date 28.11.1916
   
Completed 04.1917
   
Gross Tons 227
   
Nett Tons 98
   
Engine 82 hp   T.3-cyl  by  Hawthorns & Co Ltd, Leith Edinburgh
   
Length 117.2ft
   
Breadth 22.1ft
 
Depth 12.5ft
   
Owners
09.04.1917 Registered at Aberdeen A.730
1917 Owned by James Glennie Adams, Aberdeen (owner/manager).
04.1917 Requisitioned from the builders and converted to minesweeper (Ad No 3035) and based at Holyhead.
1919 Returned to Owners
02.02.1920  Owned by Philip Belman, Aberdeen (Sydney Morris Cannon manager).
15.03.1920 Renamed "ERIC BELMAN"
22.12.1921 Owned by Horace Edward Stroud & Sydney Morris Cannon, Aberdeen (Sydney Morris Cannon manager)
1922 Owned by G. Denis, Dieppe, France
1922 Tonnage altered 240g/53n after re-measurement.
09.02.1922 Aberdeen registry closed.
02.1922 Renamed "CAPITAINE BOURDIN"
02.1922 Registered at Dieppe.
06.1927 Owned by William Walker, North Shields (owner/manager).
1927 Tonnage altered 227g/98n after re-measurement.
02.07.1927 Renamed  "AGNES S. WALKER"
02.07.1927 Registered at North Shields SN 82
21.03.1928 Owned by George Flockhart, Leith Edinburgh (Alexander Flockhart manager)
13.06.1928 George Rae (Fireman) (24) Ballantyne Place Leith washed overboard while tipping 240 miles NE x E from the May Island Firth of Forth.
01.03.1935 Owned by Flockhart & Sons, Newhaven Edinburgh (Alexander Flockhart manager)
13.02.1935 North Shields registry closed.
05.03.1935 Renamed "OCEAN TIDE"
05.03.1935 Registered at Leith LH 80
Pre1939 Carnie & Gibb appointed managers.
1939 Owned by Boston Deep Sea Fishing & Ice Company Ltd,  Fleetwood (Basil Arthur Parkes manager).
1939 Owned by Carnie & Gibb  Granton Edinburgh  (William Carnie Jnr manager)
15.01.1942 Wrecked Mammal, Tiree, Inner Hebrides, all crewmen rescued (49.76N, 7.55W).
29.01.1942 Leith registry closed.
   
 
   Newspaper photo of the wreck
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