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Name Official number Flag IMO
ALINE  127550  GBR   
Year built Date launched Date completed
1909  1909   
Vessel type Vessel description
Yacht   Wood Sailing Vessel  Cutter
Builder Yard Yard no
Archibald Malcom,    

Tonnage Length Breadth Depth Draft
8 grt / 7 nrt / 11 tm 36.4 ft  8.8 ft  6.0 ft   
Engine builder ,
Engine detail
by1921 engined by Bergius Launch & Engineering. Co Ltd, Glasgow: M2cyl petrol (3½" x 4¾") 7bhp 4kn (made 1912)

1964 re-engined by the Coventry Victor Motor Co Ltd, Coventry: M1cyl 387x100mm 7-9bhp 4kn (made 1955)

1970 re-engined by Newage: M4cyl petrol 8bhp 

First owner First port of register Registration date
Gerard C Sellar, London and Morvern, Argyll  Greenock  29/06/1909 
Other names
Subsequent owner and registration history
1912 Thomas G Tait, Girvan, Ayrshire
1913 unregistered
1921 Alexander H Glen-Coats, Paisley - reg Greenock
Frederick P Rankin, Glasgow
1935 James C. Guthrie, Giffnock, Glasgow
1939 Edward C McRoberts and Walter R McRoberts, Glasgow
1943 Edward C McRoberts, Glasgow
1944 Thomas D Cartwright, Glasgow and George W Cartwright, Whitecraigs, Renfrewshire
1946 William M Mackinlay, Glasgow
1947 John Cameron Jr, Strathblane, Stirlingshire
1954 Alexander McGlashan, Glasgow
1956 Andrew Tindal, Glasgow
1963 Hugh Stevenson, Bearsden, Dunbartonshire and Simon A P Tindal, Glasgow
1969 Hugh Stevenson, Bearsden.
1980 Donald A Yates, Basingsoke, Hampshire  
Vessel history
Designed by A Mylne
1937 Altered to Bermudian (sic) Rig
By 1970 altered to a Auxiliary Sloop.  
Tonnage altered following fitting of engine c 1921 8 grt 7 nrt 
End year Fate / Status
1985  Burned  
Disposal Detail
08/11/1985 British registry closed as "ship burnt - constructive total loss" 


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