Strathgeldie  GN 99

Built 1911    Hall Russell & Co Ltd,   Aberdeen  (Steel)
Yard No 493
Owner at New Aberdeen Steam Trawling & Fishing Co Ltd, Aberdeen  (John Brown manager)
ID no 129365
Launch Date 27.07.1911
Completed 08.1911
Gross Tons 192
Nett Tons 74
Engine 67 hp  T.3-cyl by Hall Russell & Co Ltd,   Aberdeen
Length 112.8ft
Breadth 21.9ft
Depth 11.7ft
10.08.1911 Registered at Aberdeen A.399
28.04.1914 George Grieg, deckhand lost his leg in a pulley block while fishing 100 miles east of Shetland, landed at Lerwick, later died  of his injuries.
08.1914 Requisitioned and converted to minesweeper (Ad No. 87) based at Longhope Orkney.
1919 Returned to owners
05.08.1919 Owned by Frederick Spashett, Lowestoft (owner/manager).
05.08.1919 Aberdeen registry closed.
07.08.1919 Registered at Lowestoft LT 571
1920 Owned by County Fishing  Co Ltd,  Lowestoft (Wilfred G. Lucas manager).
1923 Owned by David  Dryburgh,  Granton Edinburgh (owner/manager). GN 99
27.09.1923 Lowestoft registry closed.
01.10.1923 Registered at Granton GN 99.
1928 Owned by John Walker  Aberdeen.
20.11.1928 Granton registry closed.
24.11.1928 Registered at Aberdeen A.375.
08.03.1935 Ran ashore in thick fog south of the Aberdeen harbour channel, later refloated.
06.10.1937 Owned by John Walker, Aberdeen & William Watson Carstairs, Cellardyke Fifeshire.
19.06.1945  Owned by William Brebner, John Main,Thomas Brebner, Alexander Sutherland, Alexander Bruce, Aberdeen & Albert Brebner Buckie Banff-shire
Pre1951 Owned by Nigg Fishing Co Ltd, Aberdeen
1960 Sold as scrap
1960 Scrapped by James A. White at St David's on Forth