Glen Clova GW 13

Built 1894   Hall Russell & Co Ltd,  Aberdeen as "John Brown" (Steel)
Yard No 281
Owner at New Aberdeen Steam Trawling & Fishing Co Ltd,  (John Brown manager)
ID no 99655
Launch Date 1894
Completed 05.1894
Gross Tons 161
Nett Tons 42
Engine 52 hp      T.3-cyl by  Hall Russell & Co Ltd,  Aberdeen
Length 102.4ft
Breadth 21.6ft
Depth 10.9ft
15.05.1894 Ran trial trip in Aberdeen bay.
16.05.1894 Registered at Aberdeen A.744.
19.07.1895 Left Aberdeen on a 12 day pleasure cruise by the owner to Norway and Sweden.
30.07.1895 Returned to Aberdeen after owner's pleasure trip.
31.07.1896 Towed the disabled  (engine failure) S.T. "Coastguard" A.619 from 20 miles ENE of Aberdeen.
30.07.1897 Arrived in Aberdeen following a two week pleasure cruise by the owner to Germany.
02.11.1899 Skipper William Weatherby presented with a silver goblet on behalf of the King of Sweden for his services in the rescue of the Swedish vessel "Annie", which had been found drifting water logged 180 miles SE from Aberdeenon on the18.10.1898.
15.02.1900 Twice broke free of her moorings in Aberdeenís Albert basin during a severe storm, no damage reported.
1906 Owned by John Stewart Boyle, Glasgow (owner/manager).    
08.06.1906 Aberdeen registry closed.
1906 Renamed   "GLEN CLOVA".
06.1906 Registered at Glasgow GW 13.
29.05.1917 Requisitioned as Fishery Reserve Vessel.
1919 Returned to Owners.
1922 Owned by John Alexander Harrow & William Duthie, Aberdeen (John Alexander Harrow manager).
08.1922 Glasgow registry closed.
31.08.1922 Registered at Aberdeen A.928.
03.04.1930 Stranded on Aberdeenshire coast.
11.04.1930 Refloated and taken to Aberdeen.
08.1930 Sold as scrap to UK ship breaker.
01.09.1930 Aberdeen registry closed.