May Queen  LH 82

Built 1890   Marr Bros Ltd, Leith Edinburgh (Wood)
   
Yard No  
   
Owner at New Mackay & Co, Leith Edinburgh
   
ID no 95223
   
Launch Date 18.06.1890
 
Completed 1890
 
Gross Tons 108
   
Nett Tons 26
   
Engine 50 hp  C.2-cyl by Hawthorns & Co Ltd, Leith Edinburgh
   
Length 100.2ft
   
Breadth 21.5ft
 
Depth 9.6ft
   
Owners  
03.11.1890 Registered at Leith LH 82
25.01.1891 Landed a shark measuring 11ft 9in from 30 mils east of the May Island Firth of Forth
1892 Owned by  Alexander Kay & George Shaw, Leith Edinburgh (owner/managers).  
05.04.1893 Ran aground on the Black Rocks near Leith in thick fog, refloated on the next tide.
21.07.1898 Ran ashore near Tayport, refloated on the next high tide.
18.03.1901 At Forfar Sheriff Court, Skipper John McAllister, Leith fined 30 or 30 days imprisonment for fishing within the three mile limit off the Forfarshire coast on 2nd February.
17.05.1901 At Stranraer Sheriff Court, Skipper John Steel fined 50 or 40 days imprisonment for illegally fishing between Corsewell Point and the Mull of Kintyre.
18.09.1902 At Cupar Sheriff Court, Skipper James Dumbreck, Granton fined 60, fishing forfeited or 40 days imprisonment for fishing inside the three mile limit in St. Andrew's Bay at the mouth of the River Tay on 4th August. The accused was suspected to be under the influence of alcohol.
14.01.1902 Ran stern first into the quay wall at the Albert Dock, Leith sustaining considerable damage.
18.02.1902 Towed the derelict and damaged Hamburg schooner "Barbara Hendrika" into Leith from 40 miles east of the May Island Firth of Forth.
19.12.1902 Wrecked on May Island Firth of Forth during Westerly force 8 gale. Skipper E. Rogers and seven crew rescued.
16.01.1903 Subsequent Board of Trade Inquiry found 2nd Fisherman William Talbot responsible for the vessels loss.