Remains of the crabber Karen Marie at Budeaux Wharf on the east bank of the River Tamar.
Motor fishing vessel
This French built crabber was trawling out of Plymouth in the late 1970's until she sank in Sutton Harbour. The vessel was then bought by J. F. Donne and was used by the boatyard for towing and mooring jobs before being laid up and hulked.
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The flattened remains of the hull lie under a mostly intact blue wheelhouse. The keel, floor timbers and lower planking are still visible as is the propeller and propeller shaft when The SHIPS Project photographed the hull in 2020.
Thanks to Allen MacAvoy for identifying this vessel.
Budeaux Wharf, Plymouth
Budeaux Wharf is a private boatyard and there is no public access..
Last updated 03 Jan 2021
Position OS: SX 43581 58257
Position GPS: 50.403323, -4.202437
Motor Fishing Vessle (MFV)
Partly broken up
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