Entering Granton

Reproduced with acknowledgement to Captain Walter Lyle  Hume Isle of Wight

Malcolm  Croan   A 444

Built 1960      Hall Russell & Co Ltd,   Aberdeen  (Steel)
   
Yard No 884
   
Owner at New Joe Croan Ltd,  Granton Edinburgh  (Joe Croan manager)
   
ID no 301598
   
Launch Date 25.04.1960
   
Completed 06.1960
   
Gross Tons 234
   
Nett Tons 77
   
Engine 705 hp   5-cyl 5ATXM by Ruston Hornsby, Lincoln
   
Length 106.3ft
   
Breadth 24ft
   
Depth 13ft
   
Owners  
06.1960 Registered at Aberdeen A.444
1966 Winner of Joe Croan  "Golden Haddock Award" highest earning  Near/Middle Water Trawler  (Skipper John Banyard)
1967 Owned by Carnie & Croan  Ltd,  Granton Edinburgh (William carnie manager)
1969 Owned by Croan Trawlers  Ltd, Granton Edinburgh (Joe Croan manager)
1970 Owned by British United Trawlers (Scotland) Ltd,  Granton Edinburgh

1976

Sold as scrap.
 
  1st British Near/Middle Water Trawler to gross 100,000 /Annum.



Skipper  John Banyard.
  Winner of Joe Croan  "Golden Haddock Award "  1966
  Reproduced with acknowledgement to Captain Walter Lyle  Hume Isle of Wight
   
 
  Skipper John Banyard with crew
  Reproduced with acknowledgement to Captain Walter Lyle  Hume Isle of Wight