New Choice  GN 12

Built 1915     Hall Russell & Co Ltd,  Aberdeen    as "Jaboo II "  (Steel)
Yard No 567
Owner at New Harley & Miller Ltd,   Liverpool  (Robert Harley manager)
ID no 137453
Launch Date 1915
Completed 05.1915
Gross Tons 236
Nett Tons 102
Engine 88 hp   T.3-cyl by Hall  Russell & Co Ltd, Aberdeen
Length 120.7ft
Breadth 22.6ft
Depth 12ft
26.05.1915 Registered at Liverpool LL 3.
05.1915 Requisitioned from the builders yard and converted to minesweeper (Ad.No.1592) based at Dover.
1919 Returned to Owners.
1919 Owned by Port St Mary Fishing & Curing Co Ltd, London (Joseph A. Taylor, manager).
03.1919 Liverpool registry closed.
31.03.1919 Registered at Fleetwood  FD 114.
1924 New Docks Steam Fishing Co (Fleetwood) Ltd  appointed managers.
12.1926 Owned by Charles R. Baskcomb,  Grimsby (owner/manager).  
10.12.1926 Fleetwood registry closed.
13.12.1926 Registered at Grimsby GY 405.
05.1928 Owned by Baskcomb & Northcote Ltd, Grimsby (Charles R. Baskcomb manager)
12.1934 Owned by James  Johnston,  Newhaven Edinburgh (owner/manager) 
03.12.1934 Grimsby registry closed.
12.1934 Renamed  "NEW CHOICE".
12.1934 Registered at Granton GN 12
30.07.1936 Stranded in fog Torness Point Hoy in Pentland Firth refloated by Longhope fishermen.
18.09.1939 Damaged by aircraft attack 115 miles E x N off the May Island Firth of Forth (Skipper J. Hall)
17.12.1939 Attacked by German aircraft 120 miles ENE of May Island firth of Forth. Skipper  J. Hall and crew took to the small boat but returned after the attack.
1944 Owned by William & James Coull Johnston, Newhaven Edinburgh.
1950 Owned by T. A.  Burns & Co Ltd, Bolton Lancs.
1951 Owned by Atlantic Fishing Products Ltd, Achiell Sound Co Mayo Ireland.  
1951 Granton registry closed.
1951 Registered at Dublin D 233
06.1953 Sold as scrap.