SCOTCH QUEEN was built at Grimsby by Humphrey & Smith Ltd in 1944 and was formerly an Admiralty MFV, MFV 1100. She is one of the few remaining 75ft Admiralty MFVs unusually built of oak on oak. Between 1945 - 1948 she was in naval service (in 1945 under NORE command), but was decommissioned in 1948 to become a fishing vessel until 1986. She was first registered at Fraserburgh as SCOTCH QUEEN for James and John Watt. In 1953, she was re-registered as LK331 by James Watt. In 1980, she was sold to John Laurenson, Hamnavoe, Scotland. In 1986 she was sold to Mobell Marine as a diving and survey vessel during which time she was modified and a deck-house added. The masts were also changed to an 'A' frames. She was then sold again in 1993 to private owners.
Sadly Scotch Queen has being broken up at a quay in Penryn River near Falmouth in November 2017
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Olsen's Fisherman's Nautical Almanack 1961, Olsons, 1961
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