As YH 81

© Reproduced with acknowledgement to Joe Kerr

Craiglea LH 270

Built 1919      Ouse Shipbuilding Co Ltd, Goole as "Rainband" (Steel)
Yard No 67
Owner at New Admiralty     (Ad No. 4175)
ID no 145544
Launch Date 17.06.1919
Completed 29.09.1920 as a fishing vessel.
Gross Tons 96
Nett Tons 37
Engine 42 hp T.3-cyl by Pollit & Widgzell, Sowerby Bridge Yorkshire.
Length 86.2ft
Breadth 18.5ft
Depth 9.2ft
15.12.1920 Handed over to Fishery Board of Scotland for disposal to the Mercantile.
1921 Owned by R. J. & D. Smith, Newhaven Edinburgh & A. Smith, Cellardyke Fife .
1921 Renamed "CRAIGLEA"
1921 Registered at Leith LH 270
1922 Owned by David Gault, Lossiemouth (owner/manager)
1922 Leith registry closed.
1922 Registered at Inverness INS 540
03.1930 Owned by Charles V. Eastick, Gorelston Great Yarmouth (owner/manager)
03.1930 Inverness registry closed.
14.03.1930 Registered at Great Yarmouth YH 81.
1940-1945 Fishing from Fleetwood
26.01.1948 Owned by Robert E. Beazor, Great Yarmouth & Percy G. Hayhoe, Caister-on-Sea, Norfolk (Frederick Brown, manager) (£8000)
19.04.1948 Owned by Associated Trawlers (Great Yarmouth) Ltd Great Yarmouth (Frank Strowger manager).
03.02.1950 Owned by Robert  E. Beazor, Great Yarmouth &  Percy G. Hayhoe, Caister on Sea Norfolk.
30.10.1950 Towed into Great Yarmouth by steam drifter “Animation” YH 138 after warp fouled her propeller.
12.05.1952 Owned by Charles V. Eastick, Charles H. Eastick, George W. Eastick , Rachel Eastick, & Henry J. Eastick ,  Gorelston Great Yarmouth (Henry G. Eastick manger) (£800).
14.02.1955 Scrapped in Belgium.
21.02.1955 Great Yarmouth registry closed.