OCEAN DAWN was built as a long liner, a fishing vessel of steel plate construction with a Ruston and Hornsby diesel engine. She was built by Messrs Richards Ironworks Limited of Lowestoft. OCEAN DAWN is one of the last long liners left from the Ocean Fleet built in Lowestoft in 1956.
During her working life she fished for herring and mackerel out of Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth and became a safety stand by vessel named REWGA. Later she was sold to Sweden and used as a live-aboard vessel. On return to this country she underwent refurbishment for use as a houseboat in Shoreham.
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