mv SAINT RONAN

mv SAINT RONAN
built by Scotts Bowling,
Yard No 433
Engines by Dorman & Co Ltd Stafford
Port of Registry: Glasgow
Propulsion: Vee oil 4SCSA 12cyl 650bhp
1968: Re-engined with 12 cylinder Vee oil engine, by Dorman & Co Ltd
1973: Re-engined with 12 cylinder Vee oil engine, by Dorman & Co Ltd
Launched: Thursday, 20/01/1966
Built: 1966
Ship Type: Coaster
Tonnage: 433 g; 204 n; 535 dwt
Length: 146 ft 11 in
Breadth: 28 ft 4 in
Draught: 11 ft 1 in
Owner History:
J & A Gardner Ltd Glasgow
Status: Scrapped - 05/04/1990

Remarks: 3/1966: Completed
1980: Sold to John Coupar Simpson and Ann Mackay Simpson, (The Northern Shipping & Trading Co (Helmsdale) Ltd, Aberdeen, managers), Aberdeen.
1981: Renamed HELMSDALE.
1987: Sold to Neil Smith, John Rigby, peter Ham, Avi Rosenberg and Peter Howerd, Basingstoke (CKC Shipping Services Ltd, managing agents).
Arrived at Wick with a cargo of limestone from Sunderland under the name HOLLY R. This was the only time she traded under this name which was not formally registered.
10.09.1987: Arrived at leith to lay up
09.1987: Sold to Wqualtrade Imports Ltd, London (Mardyke Shipping & Chartering Ltd, Hull, managing agents).
02.1990: Sold to Andover Marine Services Ltd, Norwich, for demolition.
05.04.1990: Arrived in tow of MISTER CORNISHMAN (229/59) at Blyth to be broken up by Oceanics UK Ltd on behalf of Andover Marine Services Ltd.

Previous update by Paul Strathdee
Previous update by Colin Campbell
Photo supplied by Eddie Cooper, Goole as HELMSDALE

Last updated: by John Newth from the original records by Stuart Cameron


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