As a Naval Vessel

Reproduced with acknowledgement to the Clyde built website

                                                    Heather Island LH 43                 

Built 1918       Lobnitz & Co Ltd,  Renfrew as "Isaac Chant"
Yard No 823
Owner at New Admiralty   (AD.No.3704)
ID no 163883
Launch Date 1918
Completed 01.10.1918
Gross Tons 339
Nett Tons 163
Engine 95 hp T.3-cyl  by Lobnitz & Co Ltd, Renfrew
Length 138.8ft
Breadth 23.7ft
Depth 12.9ft
1920 Renamed "COLNE" used for Fishery Protection
1946 Sold to the Mercantile
1946 Owned by Thomas H. Scales & Sons Ltd, Newhaven Edinburgh
1946 Renamed "HEATHER ISLAND" 
1946 Registered at Granton GN 19
1948 Owned by Oddsson & Co Ltd, Hull
1948 Renamed "SAUDANES"
1948 Granton registry closed.
1948 Registered at Hull H 565
1949 Owned by Heather Fishing Co Ltd, Newhaven Edinburgh
1949 Hull registry closed.
1949 Renamed  "HEATHER ISLAND"
1949 Registered at Leith LH 43
1951 Sold as scrap to BISCO (British Iron & Steel Co) for 4200.
11.12.1951 Arrived at Charlestown, Fifeshire
 12.12.1951 Scrapped by Metal Industries (Salvage) Ltd at Charlestown, Fifeshire