mv BEAULY FIRTH
built by George Brown & Company Greenock,
Yard No 246 Engines by National Gas&Oil Engine Co Ltd
Last Name: NELSON B-62
Propulsion: 4s SA 6cy oil engine 10 knots
Launched: Thursday, 02/12/1948
Ship Type: Coastal General Cargo Ship
Ship's Role: Coastal voyages general cargo.
Tonnage: 533 grt 289n
Length: 162 feet
Breadth: 28 feet
Draught: 12 feet 3
Firth Shipping(GT Gillie and Blair) Newcastle
Unknown owners Canada
Status: Wrecked - 14/01/1967
Remarks: Sank on 14/1/1967 west of Cape St. Mary, Nova Scotia after grounding.
Information supplied by George Robinson.
Previous update by Colin Campbell
Photo supplied by George Robinson
Last updated: by Paul Strathdee from the original records by Stuart Cameron
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