CARISBROOK - 1902

CARISBROOK - 1902

Postby northeast » Wed Aug 08, 2012 5:31 pm

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1902, 2784grt
J. Blumer, Sunderland (169) for Whitby Steam Shipping Co. (Barker & Ebblewhite), Whitby
1906 managers T. Smailes & Son
1916 Red Cap S.S. Co. (John Good & Sons), Hull ... a reminder that this shipping agency has a background in shipowning as well
1924 UNYO MARU
1937 KIYO MARU
Broken up in Japan in 1951
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Re: CARISBROOK - 1902

Postby tidesman » Sun Feb 14, 2016 9:02 am

Outside the Isle of Wight, does anyone know of another Carisbrooke, or is it a case of coincidence, albeit without the e?

I ask because Blumer also built another two of the name for a Glasgow based owner, one prior and one after this one, among several other vessels for that owner, some as temporary part-owner.

CARISBROOK
O.N. 108692. 2,151g. 1,350n. 290.0 x 42.0 x 19.1 feet
T.3-cyl. (22”, 36” & 59” x 39”) by G. Clark Ltd., Sunderland. 220nhp.
17.7.1897: Launched by J. Blumer & Company, Sunderland (Yard No.140) for S. S. Carisbrook Company Ltd., (Miller & Richards, managers), Glasgow.
11.1897: Completed.
1906: Sold to F. Peredo, Uruguay and renamed SARDINERO.
1907: Sold to Spanish registry.
1916: U. de La Torre appointed as manager.
23.2.1918: Captured by German submarine 54 nautical miles north from Casablanca and sunk with bombs placed aboard.

IRISBROOK
O.N. 114002. 2,759g. 1,778n. 319.6 x 46.0 x 21.2 feet.
T.3-cyl. (24”, 40” & 66” x 45”) by Blair & Company Ltd., Stockton. 301nhp.
28.10.1901: Launched by J. Blumer & Company, Sunderland, (Yard No.163) for S. S. Tregenna Company Ltd., (Miller and Richards, managers), Glasgow.
1.1902: Completed.
25.3.1911: Whilst on a voyage from Swansea and London to Manaos with general cargo, sunk in a collision off the Royal Sovereign Lightship.

CARISBROOK
O.N. 124208. 2,352g. 1,459n. 300.0 x 44.0 x 20.0 feet.
T.3-cyl. (23”, 36” & 59” x 39”) by J. Dickinson & Sons Ltd., Sunderland. 236nhp.
24.7.1907: Launched by J. Blumer & Company, Sunderland (Yard No. 196) for The Brook Steamship Company Ltd., (Miller & Richards, managers), Glasgow.
8.1907: Completed.
21.6.1915: Captured & sunk with gunfire by the German submarine U38, 40 miles north from Kinnaird during a voyage from Montreal to Leith with wheat.

ENNISBROOK
O.N. 124147. 2,823g. 1,779d. 317.5 x 46.5 x 21.0 feet.
T.3-cyl. (23”, 38” & 62” x 42”) J. Dickinson & Sons Ltd., Sunderland. 269nhp.
29.10.1906: Launched by J. Blumer & Company, Sunderland (Yard No. 191), for W. Anderson, Glasgow.
11.1906: Completed.
1908: Sold to The Brook Steamship Company Ltd., (Miller & Richards, managers), Glasgow.
1913: Sold to F. Matarazzo Steamshp Company Ltd, London and renamed F. MATARAZZO.
15.11.1916: Whilst on a voyage from Cardiff to Italy with coal was sunk with a torpedo by the German submarine U64 at a position 35.05N., 13.20E.

MAVISBROOK
O.N. 133004. 3,152g. 1,965n. 332.5 x 48.7 x 21.9 feet.
T.3-cyl. (23”, 38½” & 61” x 42”) by North Eastern Marine Engineering Company Ltd., Sunderland. 284nhp.
22.11.1911: Launched by J. Blumer & Company, Sunderland, (Yard No. 209) for S. S. Tregenna Company Ltd., (Miller & Richards, managers), Glasgow.
1.1912: Completed.
18.5.1916: Sustained weather damage & fire in bunkers.
25.5.1916: Grounded and refloated same day.
1917: Managers re-incorporated as Miller & Richards Ltd.
15.2.1918: Whilst on a voyage from Cardiff to Malta with coal, was sunk with a torpedo by the German submarine UB 50, (Becker) at a position 50 miles S. E. by S.½ S. from Cabo de Gata. 18 of her crew including her Master were lost.

WYVISBROOK
O.N. 133023. 3,158g. 1,964n. 332.5 x 48.7 x 21.9 feet.
T.3-cyl. (23”, 38½” & 61” x 42”) by North Eastern Marine Engineering Company Ltd., Sunderland. 284nhp.
15.2.1912: Launched by J. Blumer & Company, Sunderland (Yard No. 210) for The Brook Steamship Company Ltd., (Miller & Richards, managers), Glasgow.
3.1912: Completed.
1917: Managers re-incorporated as Miller & Richards Ltd.
13.2.1920: Sold to the Romney Steamship Company Ltd., (Fawcett, Coverdale & Company, managers), London and renamed CAMBERLEY.
1926: Sold to Uyeno Kisen Goshi Kaisha, Japan and renamed RYUTOH MARU.
1934: Renamed RYUTO MARU.
1939: Sold to Philippine Mokuzai Yusutu K. K., Japan.
29.12.1943: Sunk by submarine torpedo at a position 8.00N., 134.00E.

NEVISBROOK
O.N. 133149. 3,140g. 1,968n. 334.3 x 48.7 x 21.9 feet.
T.3-cyl. (23”, 38½” & 61” x 42”) by North Eastern Marine Engineering Company Ltd., Sunderland. 284nhp.
30.8.1913: Launched by J. Blumer & Company, Sunderland (Yard No. 219), 22/64th shares held The Brook Steamship Company Ltd., Glasgow, 42/64th shares by the shipbuilder, (Miller & Richards, managers).
9.1913: Completed.
1915: Purchased outright by The Brook Steamship Company Ltd.
1917: Managers re-incorporated as Miller & Richards Ltd.
20.7.1917: Whilst on a voyage from La Goulette to Barrow with iron ore, was sunk by the German submarine U 45, at a position 50.39 N., 11.42 W.

ENNISBROOK
O.N. 136697. 3,382g. 2,127n. 348.5 x 48.7 x 22.9 feet.
T.3-cyl. (24”, 40” & 65” x 42”) engine by North Eastern Marine Engineering Company Ltd., Sunderland. 291nhp.
25.6.1914: Launched by J. Blumer & Company, Sunderland (Yard No. 224), 20/64th shares held by The Brook Steamship Company Ltd., Glasgow, 44/64th shares by the shipbuilder, (Miller & Richards, managers).
7.1914: Completed.
1916: Purchased outright by The Brook Steamship Company Ltd.
1917: Managers re-incorporated as Miller & Richards Ltd.
3.1920: Sold to C. Doresa & Co., London and renamed SVORONO.
1926: Sold to D. A. Pateras, Greece and renamed ANASTASSIOS PATERAS.
1938: Owner renamed as Anastassios Pateras & Sons.
3.7.1942: Sailed from Montreal, via Sydney N. S. for the U.K.
5.7.1942: Passed Father Point.
6.7.1942: Damaged by a submarine torpedo at a position 49.30N., 66.30W and eventually sank at 49.12W., 66.55W.


DORISBROOK
O.N. 139101. 3,431g. 2,146n. 348.5 x 48.7 x 23.3 feet.
T.3-cyl. (24”, 40” & 65” x 42”) by North Eastern Marine Engineering Company Ltd., Sunderland. 291nhp.
21.10.1915: Launched by J. Blumer & Company, Sunderland (Yard No.229) for M. & R. Steamship Company Ltd., (Miller & Richards, managers), Glasgow.
11.1915: Completed.
1917: Sold to the Brook Steamship Company Ltd., (same managers).
1917: Managers re-incorporated as Miller & Richards Ltd.
9.2.1918: Whilst on Admiralty service as a collier transport and a voyage from Barry to Callao with coal sank at a position 5.48 S., 81.19 W., following a collision.
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Re: CARISBROOK - 1902

Postby northeast » Sun Feb 14, 2016 12:34 pm

The naming theme seems to be 'ISBROOK' not just BROOK so maybe it was chosen and the E was dropped deliberately to make it fit the scheme.
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