Steel-hulled motor fishing vessel, having round bilge hull, transom stern, bulbous bow, soft nose stem and with full length shelter deck. Below deck she is subdivided by three watertight bulkheads into: aft accommodation with steering gear, engine room, fishroom and forepeak tank. The main deck has an athwartships, steel casing at midships for galley, mess, skipper’s cabin, oilskins and washroom. Aft side has a steel shelter and integral gallow arrangement, over net drum space, continued to transom. Weathertight shelter on the forward side of the deck house for fish handling, fish hopper,
locker for ice machines and washing machines, middle trawl winch and access focsle store. Shelter deck: trawl gallows, power block crane, net drum, split trawl winches, aluminium alloy wheelhouse, gilsen winch and landing crane.
Victory Rose forms part of the first new dedicated white fish pair trawler team to be built for owners in England for some time and is now fishing alongside her sistership Our Lass III WY 261 (build 030). It’s an identical ship to Our Lass III with a mirror-image design, with space being utilised in the most effective way possible. However, the really outstanding thing with the Victory Rose is that she is unbelievably powerful, Parkol’s marine architect Ian Paton, advised a more technologically advanced propeller, with astonishing results. Using a superior propulsion system that is able to grip more water and create additional meaning that the boat is one knot on average faster than Our Lass III with an average speed of approximately 11 knots yet burns less fuel.
|26-metre pair trawler
|Seafish Construction Standards for vessels 15-24m registered