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Old 8th March 2013, 16:36
allantcondie allantcondie is offline  
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Crabtree built Coasters

This Great Yarmouth yard built a virtually standard design at the end of WW1. They were 130 footers, engines aft, and I have identified at least five built to similar plans.

Mary Aiston/Glen Helen.

Mary Aiston II/Halladale/Glen Spray

Picardy/Edith

Talacre

Camm/Glenspray/President de Lavit

I know the histories of most of the above apart from the Camm - can anybody point me to her final fate - she was sold to French owners and appears in the 1945 Lloyds Register as being in Enemy Territory and therefore surveys were delayed! Port of Registry at the time was Bordeaux.

Any more I have missed?

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Old 17th April 2020, 11:23
Hanse Hanse is offline
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1145666 1921 CAMM 311 Raleigh Steam Sg Co Ltd GBR Scarborough
CAMM 1925 Camm Steam Sg Co Ltd GBR Scarborough
GLENSPRAY 1928 Raglan SS Co Ltd GBR Cardiff
PRESIDENT DE LAVIT 1930 Grands Moulins de Paris FRA Bordeaux
PRESIDENT DE LAVIT 1947 Soc de Tpt Marit dela Basse-Seine FRA leHavre
PRESIDENT DE LAVIT 1950 SA Franc Colonisation Annam-Tonkin Haiphong
PRESIDENT DE LAVIT 1954 Cie Indochinois d'Echang Commerc FRA Saigon

1958 deleted from records

You may all this already.
I am looking desperately for a tug built by Crabtree 1918 sold to Germany about 1920. It might be the missing Hull number 168. Can you help pls Hans
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