- 1957 - 1958 Teresa Watteson
- 1958 - 1963 Granton Kestrel
- 1963 - 1974 Emma Wood
NORTHLEIGH is a motorised standby safety vessel for offshore installations, built in 1957 by Livingstone & Co. Ltd, at Peterhead. She has a raised quarter deck 17.7 metres high and a forecastle 6.1 metres high. Her hull is both riveted and welded. Her rise of floor is 1143 millimetres with a bar keel of 191 millimetres. Her engine is built by Rushton & Hornsby Ltd at Lincoln and has six cylinders producing 540 brake horsepower. She has two generators of 52 kilowatts and her fuel bunkers hold 40.5 tonnes. Her maximum speed is eleven knots.
On 15 March 2002 she was sold to a new owner who moved her to Southern Ireland.
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Lloyds Register of Ships 1997-8, Lloyd's of London, pp1010, Volume A-G, 1998
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