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The last
Grimsby Sail Trawler

139438 KETCH 57 45 J.W. &  A.UPHAM EMANUEL HARRIS EMANUEL HARRIS 07/05/1936 - Ceased fishing   ??/06/1947 - Sold to novelist A.E.W.Mason and sailed for Vancouver B.C. via Capetown. Renamed 'Muriel Stephens'  and later ”The Te Amo”. This vessel cost £1000.00 to build.  Pictures below show the creation of a new mast Number Name Reg Number Rig Launched Builder Owners Skippers Notes BRIXHAM 1925

This is a picture of the Te Amo (formerly BM18) at Pendrell Sound, C. M. Rogers Cove, BritishColumbia Canada.

 Summer 1969

Because of the extreme depth of the oyster-laden waters in Rogers Cove, anchorage was not possible; therefore, bow and stern line were tied to trees on the shore.

Click here to see notes on repairs to this vessel

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