Gannet  GN 15

Built 1883      David Allen & Co Ltd,  Granton Edinburgh  (Wood)
Yard No  
Owner at New James Lumsden Cunliffe,  Edinburgh (owner/manager) 
ID no 84909
Launch Date 09.05.1883
Completed 06.1883
Gross Tons 102
Nett 34
Engine 33 hp   C.2-cyl  by John Cran & Co Ltd, Leith Edinburgh
Length 96ft
Breadth 18.2ft
Depth 9.8ft
06.1883 Registered at Granton GN 15.
15.06.1883 Ran trial trip in Firth of Forth. 
25.10.1883 Struck the pier whilst entering Peterhead harbour seeking shelter from a gale, no damaged reported and she steamed southwards for Granton next day.
15.05.1886 Collided with S.S. "Britannia" while leaving Leith for North Berwick. Returned to Leith with considerable damage to the stem.
20.01.1889 Stranded at Newburgh Aberdeenshire in thick fog, all eight crewmen rescued by the lifeboats "Alexander Charles" & "William Aird".
30.01.1889 Refloated and towed to Aberdeen by S.T. "Coastguard" A.619 with slight damage to the stern and placed on the repairing slip of Alexander Hall & Sons Ltd.
25.02.1889 At the subsequent Board of Trade enquiry; Skipper Farrell was found solely to blame for the stranding and had his certificate suspended for six months.
07.07.1889 Body of the cook Arthur Bishop (32) from Great Yarmouth was found was found floating in the Upper dock Aberdeen, he had been reported missing on the 28th August.
11.10.1889 Skipper John Bond fined £2 at Kirkwall for fishing inside the three mile limit.
09.06.1892 Collided with S.T. “North Breeze” A.644 off Noss Head Caithness. 
07.09.1893 Wrecked on Grey Head Calf of Eday Orkney. Net caught in propeller. Towed into Calf Sound to effect repairs. Blown ashore by strong North East wind some hours later. Skipper C. Winnpenny & seven crew saved , vessel reported to have broken in two.
22.09.1893 Engine & Boiler sold to Adam Benston Eday Orkney (£25)
  Fitted from new with refrigeration with the intention of doing fortnightly trips to the deep sea fishing grounds.