Restless Wave GN 7

Built 1878     John Collins Hoad (Rock Channel Yard) Rye, Sussex   (Wood)
Yard No  
Owner at New James Wales, Ramsgate, Kent
ID no 79197
Launch Date 1878
Completed 1879
Gross Tons 46
Nett Tons 31
Engine 10 hp  C.2-cyl
Length 64ft
Breadth 17.4ft
Depth 8.3ft
1879 Registered at Ramsgate
16.10.1881 Towed the disabled sailing ship “Culzean” from off the Farne Islands sixty miles into the Tyne.
22.12.1881 At the Admiralty High Court London awarded £300 salvage for “Culzean” rescue.
Pre1883 Owned by James C. Hoad, Rye Sussex.
1883 Owned by Alexander Fiddes, Aberdeen
03.1883 Ramsgate registry closed.
12.03.1883 Registered at Aberdeen A.524
1886 Owned by Bernard McGolrick, Donegal Ireland.
20.04.1886 Aberdeen registry closed.
04.1886 Registered at Sligo
1888 Owned by James Muirhead, Edinburgh (owner/manager).
1888 Sligo registry closed.
1888 Registered at Granton GN 7.
23.11.1889 Towed into Granton by S.T. “Le Glorieux” with a broken tail shaft.  
14.07.1890 At Cupar Sheriff Court, Skipper Robert Baker fined £5 or Thirty days in prison for fishing within thee legal limit at St. Andrew’s Bay, Fife.
19.10.1890 Sunk 4 miles W x S off May Island,  Firth of Forth; due to a fractured main sea inlet valve. Skipper J. W. Kelly & six crew rescued by North Berwick lifeboat ,"Fergus Ferguson"