Lamberton GN 24

Built 1885    W. B.  Thompson & Co Ltd, Dundee (Iron)
Yard No 76
Owner at New Berwick Trawling Co, Berwick upon Tweed  (A. Darling manager)
ID no 56680
Launch Date 03.10.1885
Completed 1885
Gross Tons 101
Nett Tons 27
Engine 41 hp C.2-cyl by W. B. Thompson & Co Ltd, Dundee
Length 95.2ft
Breadth 19ft
Depth 10ft


1885 Registered at Berwick BK?


Skipper and crew attacked by angry Belgian fisherman as the ship landed in Ostend.


Owned by General Steam Fishing Co Ltd, Edinburgh (John Scott manager)
1888 Berwick registry closed.
1888 Registered at Granton   GN 24
08.09.1889 Arrested along with S.T. "Hopetoun" GN 29 and taken to Leith by the fishery cruiser "Brenda" for illegal fishing in Aberlady Bay, all fishing gear confiscated.
15.05.1890 Towed into Granton with disabled machinery from the May Island Firth of Forth by S.T. “Albatross” M 2.
08.10.1891 Collided with and sank the S.T. Malta” GN 22 in the Firth of Forth off Fidra Light while steaming to the fishing grounds.  The "Malta" sunk within minutes. Six crew were rescued but two others namely, John Downie, engineer Leith & John McDougall, Newhaven Edinburgh were drowned.
30.12.1894 Skipper Liston towed a Cockenzie line fishing yawl from the May Island Firth of Forth to Granton, the yawl had lost her rudder during the bad weather.
06.02.1895 Rescued the crew of S.T. "Buccleuch" GN 22 which sank  2 miles off Anstruther after striking rocks near the May Island Firth of Forth and taken to Granton.


John Scott resigns as manager


James Caw appointed manager


Skipper Alex Bremner fined £30 for illegal fishing within the three mile limit off Carnoustie.
19.11.1901 Towed Danish brigantine  "Adonis" from May Island Firth of Forth to Granton through strong gale.
04.12.1904 Sank while berthed at Middle Pier Granton
13.03.1905 Wrecked in dense fog at North Ness, May Island Firth of Forth. Skipper R Mackay and seven crew rescued.