Cruiser  GN 54                 

Built 1898   Hall Russell  & Co Ltd,  Aberdeen  (Steel)
Yard No 312
Owner at New Thomas L. Devlin,  Granton  Edinburgh (owner/manager)
ID no 108583
Launch Date 20.03.1898
Completed 1898
Gross Tons 155
Nett Tons 38
Engine 50 hp T.3-cyl by Hall Russell  & Co Ltd,  Aberdeen
Length 107.2ft
Breadth 20.1ft
Depth 10.6ft


1898 Registered at Granton GN 54
09.09.1907 Towed back to Granton by S.T. "May Queen"  LH 82. Engine broke down 40 miles East of May Island.
10.09.1907 Struck by S.T. "Bruce" GN 10  close to May Island . Both vessels return to Granton.
02.05.1915 Sunk by submarine (U41) gunfire 50 miles ESE from Aberdeen. All crewmen from Aberdeen. Crew spent 39hrs in small boat before rescue by a steamer. Only Chief Engineer Arthur Robb escaped injury.
Those Lost: - Alex Palmer, Skipper; James Jarwick, Cook; R. W. Fleming, 2nd Engineer& Herbert Wallis, deckhand were all killed. All crew from Aberdeen