TRESHNISH is a service vessel commissioned in 1945 and sold to the Royal Navy in 1948. The builder is unknown. She was converted to fishing boat and fished out of Belfast for about 15 years. Through the years she had varous private owners. TRESHNISH took part in BBC's "Operation Deepscan in loch Ness" in October 1987 and she briefly appeared in the movie called "A Fish Called Wanda" . The Gardner engine dates from circa 1953 and it was Installed in 1973. She was sold to a new owner and relocated to Galmpton, Dartmouth in 2017.
Vessel built in Hull.
Sold off and became B162 fishing out of Belfast
Converted to yacht and registered in Greenock with official no. 305186. Name changed from Bluebird to TRESHNISH
Owned by diving contractors in Greenwich
Sold to the Dockland scout project
Purchased by current owners
Sold to new owner
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