Michael Scot  GN 41

Built 1892    Robert Craggs & Sons LtdMiddlesbrough  (Iron) (Stockton yard)
Yard No 94
Owner at New David M. Gammie, Newhaven Edinburgh (owner/ manager)
ID no 99901
Launch Date 04.11.1891
Completed 01.1892
Gross Tons 150
Nett Tons 49
Engine 40 hp  T.3-cyl by Westgarth English & Co Ltd, Middlesbrough
Length 100ft
Breadth 20.2ft
Depth 10.9ft
27.01.1892 Left Stockton for Granton on trial trip.
1892 Registered at Granton  GN 41
27.03.1897 Landed a large shark at Granton, caught while fishing off the Bell Rock.
08.04.1897 Stranded on east breakwater Granton during dense fog. Tug "Criterion" helped refloat vessel which suffered no apparent damage.
16.09.1897 While heading home to Granton from the fishing grounds, collided with S.S. "Knight Errant" (3471g/1885) lying off Leith in thick fog, causing severe damage to bows
01.01.1898 Owned by Muirheads Trawlers Ltd, Edinburgh (James Muirhead manager). (5000 of which 2500 is cash and 2500 as shares in the company)
23.03.1898 Towed to Granton by S.T. "Kingfisher" GN 4 after the boiler began to leak inflicting serious injury to engineer Henry Strong.
1900 Owned by David M. Gammie, Newhaven Edinburgh (owner/ manager).
19.12.1900 Towed the abandoned S.S. "Woodbine" from off St. Abbs Head to Granton, 325 salvage later awarded.
23.10.1904 While fishing at Bell Rock, Neil Tough seriously injured while shooting the gear. Skipper W. Hall lost gear value 100
03.12.1904 Struck a submerged object and sank 25  of miles off Montrose. Skipper W. Hall and crew of six took to the small boat. Rescued by the local trawler "Mare" ME 659.