Full Size Printed Plans SCALE 1/32 DRIFTER TRAWLER L 30" Suitable for Radio Control
Full Size Printed Plans SCALE 1/32 DRIFTER TRAWLER L 30" Suitable for Radio Control
Full Size Printed Plans SCALE 1/32 DRIFTER TRAWLER L 30" Suitable for Radio Control
Full Size Printed Plans SCALE 1/32 DRIFTER TRAWLER L 30" Suitable for Radio Control
Full Size Printed Plans SCALE 1/32 DRIFTER TRAWLER L 30" Suitable for Radio Control

Full Size Printed Plans SCALE 1/32 DRIFTER TRAWLER L 30" Suitable for Radio Control

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"Frederick Spashett"

DRIFTER TRAWLER

FULL SIZE SCALE DRAWINGS on Two SHEETS 45” x 22"

*No Building or Radio Control Notes *

SCALE 1/32

LENGTH 30”

BEAM 7 11/16”

POWER ELECTRIC

RADIO CONTROL

THE Frederick Spashett is one of a number of small vessels, 80ft. between perpendiculars by 20ft. 6in. moulded breadth and 9ft. 9in. moulded depth, built in the late forties/early fifties. Frederick Spashett was actually constructed in 1949 by Richards Ironworks Ltd., Lowestoft Yard No. 388, and was the first of what was to become a very successful class of drifter/trawler. She was built for Small and Co. (Lowestoft) Ltd., one of the major fishing boat owners at that time.

Powered by a 231 BHP engine, she had an uneventful career as a drifter, and was transferred to the Trier Fishing Co. Ltd., Lowestoft, one of the companies within the Small and Co. group, during the fifties. This was a regular practice by trawler owners, some of which had a number of 'one ship companies' under one group.

In all, the Frederick Spashett spent 16 years operating from Lowes­toft and other British ports during the various herring seasons,

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