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Name: PELAMID
Type: Fishing Vessel
Launched: 12/09/1961
Completed: 14/11/1963
Builder: Greenock Dockyard Co (Gateshead) Ltd
Yard: Friar's Goose, Gateshead
Yard Number: 516
Dimensions: 270grt, 92nrt, 116.6 x 25.5 x 12.6ft; (1969: 299grt, 117nrt, 152.6ft)
Engines: 2 x 4cyl, 4SCSA, Maybach type, 800bhp; (1973: 6cyl, 4SCSA, Deutz type, 750bhp)
Engines by: Bristol Siddeley Engineering Ltd, Coventry; (1973: Kloeckner Humboldt Deutz, Koeln)
Propulsion: 1 x Screw, CP propeller
Construction: Steel
Reg Number: 187942
History:
14/11/1963 Seapool (Pelamid) Ltd, London
1965 Chr Bjelland & Co A/S, Norway; renamed STAVANGEREN
1977 AS KS Age Majala, Norway
1985 KS AS Stavangeren, Aalesund
1987 AS Sea-Frost, Hammerfest; renamed SEA-FROST
1989 Sjuve Ship Gjenvinningsindustri, (Hans Jorgen Sjuve, manager), Norway
1991 Broken up
Comments: Launched by T Mitchison Ltd, Gateshead
Completion taken over by Greenock Dockyard Co (Gateshead) Ltd when Mitchison's parent company went into receivership.
1966: Converted into a fish factory ship
1969: Lengthened
06/1973: Re-engined


Above photos copyright of Alan Graham