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H 77

Steel hulled motor fishing vessel of double chine, transom stern, semi bulbous bow, soft nose stem and with full length shelter, arranged for gill net fishing, having dry hold for boxed fish, and is manned by a maximum crew of 5 men. 

PW 1

Steel hulled motor fishing vessel of double chine, transom stern, semi bulbous bow, soft nose stem and with full length shelter, arranged for gill net fishing, having dry hold for boxed fish, and is manned by a maximum crew of 5 men. 

We built the 40% sized replica of the ship Captain James Cook sailed to the new world, using Oak frames, Larch planking and Douglas Fir decking.  You can see her sailing out of Whitby Harbour most days carrying visitors to see Whitby from the sea.

SSS 678

Launched in 2001 at Whitby her fit out was carried out by the owner K. Dickinson up in Tyneside

BCK 101

Launched in the April of 2001 Reliant was the largest vessel so far to be built.  Built for K Phimister & W Garden she will be registered as trawling out of Buckie

WY 797

The first of the "Our Lass" line, she heralded the new millenium with style.  Launched in the summer of 2000 she was the second boat to be be built for Lockers Trawlers in as many years cementing the long tradition of boat building and fishing in Whitby.

WY 790

This was first of the collaboration between Parkol and Lockers Trawlers Ltd.  This single / twin rig trawler was again designed by Ian Paton and launched with huge pride and celebration in late spring of 1999.

OB 555

The very first vessel to come out of the Parkol yard "Jacqueline Anne" was the start of great things to come.  The 19.11 tonne 9.99m Scalloper, designed by Ian Paton of SC McAllister & Co Ltd led the way in Parkol's design and company ethos.

Trevessa IV PZ 193

We carried out a largescale upgrade and optimisation project on the Trevessa IV, the first stage in an ongoing programme to enhance the W Stevenson & Sons’ 12-strong fleet. The  dual objectives were to increase fuel efficiency and maximise the vessel’s performance, as well as improving crew comfort and safety.

St George’s Trawler PZ1053

We completed an extensive engine room renewal and general refurbishment on the 34.8m, Newlyn-based St George’s beam trawler in December 2017.

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