H1360

Vessel Details for Dasher

Official Number:88135
Fishing Number:H1360
Vessel Name:Dasher
New Names:
  • Riddarin
Type:KetchInfo
Built:
Tons:84
Length:76
Beam:20.8
Depth:10.6
Owners:
  • William L Robins of Hull 1890
  • P. Mortensen 1922
  • P Johannesen 1965
Masters:
  • William Warelow 1885
  • John Jewsbury G Matson 1890
  • M Nielson 1922
Ports:
  • Hull
  • Trongisvágur 1897
  • Vestmanna 1965
Notes:Register closed 1896, Sold to Denmark. Renamed Riddarin. On Danish register until 1966.
Trade:North Sea Fishing.
Incidents:27 October 1888. Collision with smack Sway of Hull. Who came broadside into us. 2nd January 1889 12.50am Humber Dock at Hull. William Barrott cook drowned. Deceased went down to the dock at the time named to join the vessel, which was moored in the middle of the dock. Going to the edge of the quay to hail those onboard he placed his foot accidentally into a hole which had been knocked into the stone work, and overbalancing himself he fell into the dock and was drowned. 12th January 1890 North Sea. Name of person illtreated G Matson skipper, by F Glenton 2nd hand. Striking with fists in the face body. Because there was no pudding, it being Sunday. The 2nd hand first insulted me then struck me.
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