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Hulk of an unknown fishing boat abandoned on the Embankment, Laira, Plymouth.

Type

Trawler

History

This boat is a mystery, despite much searching we have yet to find her name. If you have any information about this vessel then please leave us a message below.

Description

The remains of the vessel include the keel, stem, sternpost, partial rudder, floor timbers, some ceiling and outer planking. This boat orignally had yellow topsides.

Pomphlett 1 partly buries the remains of the tamar barge Edwin SHIPS Link. The bow of another wooden vessel used to lie between this hulk and Lotus Bleu but it has since disappeared.

This vessel has not been identified.

Location and Access

Pomphlett Lake / Creek, Plymstock, Plymouth

Pomphlett 1 and Lotus Bleu lie together at the end of Pomphlett Creek on the north side. The location can be seen from the footpath that runs along the head of the creek by the Billacombe Roundabout by Morrisons supermarket.

Nearby hulks include the trawler Lotus Bleu SHIPS Link, Tamar barge Edwin SHIPS Link and the fishing boat Anje SHIPS Link

Position OS: SX 50593 53923
Position GPS: 50.366186, -4.102061
Show the site on Google Maps SHIPS Link

Information

Date Built:

Unknown

Builder:

Unknown

Official Number:

Unknown

Length

~17m

Width

Unknown

Depth in Hold

Unknown

Construction

Timber, carvel

Propulsion

Diesel

Tonnage

Unknown

Portmarks

Unknown

Abandoned

2005 approx.


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