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Certificate of Registry of a British Sea Fishing Boat - "Queen Mary"
EXTERNAL ID
GAIRLOCHM_167
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Gairloch Heritage Museum
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5279
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boats
ships
Certificate of Registry of a British Sea Fishing Boat - "Queen Mary"

A photograph of the Certificate of Registry of a British Sea Fishing Boat, in this case for the Queen Mary. The certificate states that the Queen Mary was registered on the 15 November 1910, had a length of 31 feet and 5 tenths, a breadth of 11 feet, a depth of 4 feet and 6 tenths, and weighed a total of 7.17 gross tonnes. The skipper was John Mackenzie, who was part-owner along with Duncan Mackenzie.

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Certificate of Registry of a British Sea Fishing Boat - "Queen Mary"

boats; ships

Gairloch Heritage Museum

A photograph of the Certificate of Registry of a British Sea Fishing Boat, in this case for the Queen Mary. The certificate states that the Queen Mary was registered on the 15 November 1910, had a length of 31 feet and 5 tenths, a breadth of 11 feet, a depth of 4 feet and 6 tenths, and weighed a total of 7.17 gross tonnes. The skipper was John Mackenzie, who was part-owner along with Duncan Mackenzie.