Our Daddy

built 1921 by Pearce, Richard, East Looe

Designated ensign Designated house flag

2818

Registered


Fishing Vessel

Drifter


Brixham


Commercial Activity

Chartering


Yes

Yes


09/10/2014

30/11/-0001


Web site

www.ourdaddy-classicsailing.com

Gallery


Propulsion

Sail

Diesel


None

None


Dimensions

52.49 feet (16.00 metres)

13.39 feet (4.08 metres)


44.59 feet (13.59 metres)

6.99 feet (2.13 metres)


18.83


History

Built by R Pearce in 1921, and believed to be one of  last fishing boats built on sailing lines at Looe, Cornwall.  Previously owned and skippered by Alfred John Pengelly, author of Oh, For a Fishermans Life.  She had a major re-fit in 2013-2014.

Key dates

  1. 1921 Built by R Pearce in 1921
  2. 2014 Change of ownership

Grants

  1. 2017 A Project grant of £250 for being  one of our Regional Flagship Winner South West 2017 was made from the Strategic Development Fund of National Historic Ship Uk
If you are the owner of the vessel and would like to provide more details or updated information please contact info@nationalhistoricships.org.uk

copper fastened:

a vessel whose plank fastenings are of copper rather than iron