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GOOD HOPE H722
Built
1903
Cook Welton & Gemmell Hull
Off Number
116128
Length Ft
128.4
Tons Gross
256
Yard Number
346
Breadth Ft
22.0
Tons Net
93
Launched
17 01 1903
Draught
Hp
75HP
Registered
23 02 1903
Engine Builder
C D Holmes
Knots
11K
Registered GOOD HOPE H722 Owners Cargill Steam Trawling Co Ltd
    Collision 11 02 1906 6am Serious damage to our stern.The ST Saxon H541of Hull ran into us, whilst we were at anchor.
    Grounded 17 03 08 River Humber opposite St Andrews Dock Hull. No damage to our vessel. Vessel grounded in thick fog, but floated without assistance about 10 hours later.
  HMT GOOD HOPE Owners 1914 - 1919Admiralty Service
Renamed GOOD HOPE GY1187 Owners 12 08 1918 Joseph E Mardaunt Grimsby
    Owners 27 01 1919 William H Rachkind Grimsby
    Owners 02 11 1920 William Power Grimsby
    Owners 30 04 1923 Ernest J Baskcomb Grimsby
    Owners 04 05 1923 Great Central Co-op Engineering & Ship Repair Co Grimsby
    Owners 28 08 1923 Good Hope Ltd Grimsby
    Owners 08 11 1927 Good Hope Ltd, Halifax Nova Scotia Canada
    Owners  
Fate : 16 03 1929 Vessel sank after collision Halifax harbour
Admiralty Requisition
Pennant No
Role
Returned
1914
FY 355
Minesweeper
1919
 

 

21 Dec 1904

The Trawler Good Hope stranded North of Flamborough head during a three day period of thick fog. She was assisted off by the crews of three Flamborough Cobbles, three of the cobbles crewmen went with the vessel to Hull.

29 Oct 1907

The Hull Trawler Good Hope H722 ( Santa Carnazza ) was on her way home from iceland 220 miles from Pentland Firth in heavy seas and a strong breeze, when she sighted a small schooner flying signals of distress. On advancing to the vessel they found her main mast, deckhouse and bulwarks had been swept away and the vessel was in a helpless state. The trawler got as close as possible to the schooner were her captain ( Capt Perdersen ) asked to be taken off, the schooners crew five in number launched their small boat and were taken aboard the trawler. On the homeward journey to Hull the half starved men were well looked after and all necessaries provided. Untill rescue they had been in the same position for three days with two of the crew been washed overboard. The Schooner belonged to Mandal Norway and was on voyage from Rejkjavik Iceland to Scotland in ballast, the men had a ample supply of provisions but were very short on water. The Schooner was found to be leaky and was abandoned.

 

 

Surname
Christian
Age
Vessel
Birth Pl
Occupation
Date/ Scource
Detail
CREWMEN
NICHOLSON E 21 GOOD HOPE H722 . Fourth Hand 26 Jan 1906 26/1/06 7.30am Iceland waters. E Nicholson 4th hand. Washed overboard & drowned.
NICHOLS E . Clarendon St Hull . . . Hull Lost Trawlermans List Nichols
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CARNAZZA S . GOOD HOPE H722 . Skipper Aug 1907 Listed as CARNARSA
CARNAZZA SANTA . GOOD HOPE H722 . Skipper Oct 1907 Rescue of the crew of Norwegian Schooner
STEWART FRANCIS . GOOD HOPE H722 . Engineer ? .
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LYNN J . GOOD HOPE H722 . Skipper 18 Jul 1903 .
JACKSON F . GOOD HOPE H722 . Second Hand 18 Jul 1903 .
CLARKSON H . GOOD HOPE H722 Bosun 18 Jul 1903 .
HALL T B . GOOD HOPE H722 Third hand 18 Jul 1903 .
SHEPHERDSON F . GOOD HOPE H722 . Fourth hand 18 Jul 1903 .
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