Margaret  Wetherly  GN 32

Built 1911   Alexander Hall & Sons Ltd,   Aberdeen  (Steel)
Yard No 463
Owner at New Wetherly's Steam Fishing Co Ltd,  Aberdeen       (William  R. Wetherly  manager)
ID no 129350
Launch Date 04.01.1911
Completed 01.1911
Gross Tons 211
Nett Tons 79
Engine 66 hp  T.3-cyl by  Alexander Hall & Sons Ltd, Aberdeen
Length 115.4ft
Breadth 22.3ft
Depth 12.4ft
17.01.1911 Registered at Aberdeen A.344 
06.1915 Requisitioned and converted to Boom Defence Vessel based at Scapa Flow.
1917 Employed as an Accommodation Vessel
1920 Returned to Owners
1926 Owned by William A. Leith,  Aberdeen (owner/manager)
1930 Owned by Thomas T. Brown,  Leith  Edinburgh (owner/manager)       
28.08.1931 Aberdeen registry closed.
08.1931 Registered at Granton GN 32
1932 Owned by James Johnston, Newhaven Edinburgh  (owner/manager)
12.01.1934 Joseph Mulligan (40) Deckhand was knocked overboard and drowned while blocking up 100 miles NE x E from Buchan Ness.
05.02.1943 Wrecked in a severe storm  5 miles South of  Loch Spelve, Isle of Mull. All crew rescued.