Conductor GN 21                 

Built 1903    Hall Russell & Co Ltd,  Aberdeen  (Steel)
Yard No 368
Owner at New Thomas L. Devlin,  Granton Edinburgh (owner/manager)
ID no 110209
Launch Date 26.02.1903
Completed 03.1903
Gross Tons 163
Nett Tons 65
Engine 65 hp   T.3-cyl by   Hall Russell & Co Ltd,  Aberdeen
Length 112.1ft
Breadth 22.1ft
Depth 11.5ft
21.03.1903 Registered at Granton GN 21
27.11.1905 Along with S.T. "Commissioner" GN 18 towed Italian vessel "Cecilia" to Leith Roads. The vessel had lost her rudder and signalled she was in distress 70 miles east off the Bass Rock. This took 24 hrs due to the severe weather and the warps off both vessels twice parting.
10.1915 Requisitioned and converted to Boom Defence Vessel based at Scapa Flow, Orkney.
1919 Returned to Owners
28.02.1919 Thomas L. Devlin deceased, (Robert D. Devlin & Thomas L. Devlin Jnr managers) (Company Trustees -Grace Darney Devlin ( his wife); John Inglis, Peebles; Alex Stewart ( R. C. Priest) St Mary's Cathedral House Edinburgh)).
17.06.1919 Mortgaged by Thomas L. Devlin (Trustees), Granton Edinburgh (A).
17.06.1919 Mortgagee: John Inglis, Peebles, Peeblesshire.
08.02.1923 Mortgage (A) discharged upon the death of John Inglis
05.07.1923 Owned by Thomas L. Devlin & Sons, Granton Edinburgh (Robert D. Devlin & Thomas L. Devlin Jnr owner/managers).
12.1923 Severely damaged by storm . Starboard bulwark levelled & decking ripped up.
11.11.1926 Following the death of Robert D. Devlin; Thomas L. Devlin Jnr becomes owner/ manager.
1929 Owned by J. W. Johnstone Ltd ,Aberdeen (J.W. Johnstone manager)
1929 Granton registry closed
01.11.1929 Registered at Aberdeen  A. 66
1931 Owned by Peter & J. Johnstone Ltd, Aberdeen (Peter A. Johnstone manager).
1937 Sold as scrap to German ship breaker.
08.1937 Scrapped in Germany
20.08.1937 Aberdeen registry closed