As Viking Consort A 38 entering Lerwick Harbour

Reproduced with acknowledgement to the Shetland Museum & Archive

Strathgarry GN 13

Built 1924   Hall Russell & Co Ltd, Aberdeen  (Steel)
Yard No 685
Owner at New Aberdeen Steam Trawling & Fishing Co Ltd,  Aberdeen    (Sir John Brown manager)
ID no 144822
Launch Date 11.09.1924
Completed 10.1924
Gross Tons 202
Nett Tons 87
Engine 75 hp  T.3-cyl by Hall Russell & Co Ltd, Aberdeen
Length 115.7ft
Breadth 22.2ft
Depth 12.2ft
04.10.1924 Registered at Aberdeen A.45.
05.1926 George Massie appointed manager.
28.07.1927 In collision with S.T. "Ben Lawers" A311 while leaving Aberdeen in dense fog, returned to fish market for inspection.
1938 Walter Rhind appointed manager.
04.1940 Requisitioned and converted to Dan Laying Vessel (P.No.FY.1632).  
09.1940 Deployed as an Auxiliary Patrol Vessel.
08.1942 Deployed as a Mooring Vessel.
08.12.1942 Owned by William Carnie Jnr, Thomas Young Carnie & Liston Carnie, Granton Edinburgh (William Carnie Jnr manager).
15.12.1945 Aberdeen registry closed.
12.1945 Registered at Granton GN 13.
12.1945 Returned to Owners.
1946 Owned by George Robb & Sons Ltd Aberdeen (George Robb manager).
03.1946 Granton registry closed.
30.03.1946 Registered at Aberdeen A.38
24.04.1952 Renamed "VIKING CONSORT"
1960 Sold as scrap to BISCO (British Iron & Steel Co)  for 2323.
05.11.1960 Arrived at Charlestown Fife.
14.05.1962 Scrapped by Metal Industries (Salvage) Ltd  at Charlestown  Fife. 
11.06.1962 Aberdeen registry closed.