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Name: DANIEL DICK
Type: Naval Trawler
Launched: 17/05/1920
Completed: 11/1920
Builder: JP Rennoldson & Sons Ltd
Yard: South Shields
Yard Number: 318
Dimensions: 276grt, 107nrt, 125.4 x 23.4 x 12.6ft
Engines: T3cyl (12.5, 21 & 35 x 26ins), 69rhp
Engines by: JP Rennoldson & Sons Ltd, South Shields
Propulsion: 1 x Screw
Construction: Steel
Reg Number: 144651
History:
11/1920 The Admiralty, London
31/10/1921 Kingston Steam Trawling Co Ltd, Hull
21/01/1922 Renamed AGATE
15/11/1934 Trident Steam Fishing Co Ltd, Hull, renamed CLYTH NESS
25/10/1944 Dinas Steam Trawling Co Ltd, Fleetwood
13/02/1952 Wood & Bruce Ltd, Aberdeen
05/1955 Broken up
Comments: 1920: Allocated fishing registration number LO410 at London
31/10/1921: Purchased for 7250
1921: Allocated fishing registration number H338 at Hull
26/08/1939: Requisitioned by the Admiralty as a minesweeper
09/1943: Refitted as a water carrier
1944: Refitted as a fueling trawler
1945: Allocated fishing registration number FD131 at Fleetwood
02/03/1946: Returned to owners
1952: Allocated fishing registration number A702 at Aberdeen
05/1955: Sold for breaking up in Belgium
08/05/1955: Arrived Boom for breaking up


Above photo as AGATE courtesy of Mike Thompson

Above photo as CLYTH NESS courtesy of Grimsby Reference Library