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Mess Deck: General Section => Tugs and Towing => Topic started by: GAZOU on July 17, 2013, 08:28:28 PM

Title: URGATE
Post by: GAZOU on July 17, 2013, 08:28:28 PM
hello

I'm looking for documentation on this boat built in England
I have a name: URGATE

I have nothing else

if you can help me
thank you in advance
(http://i36.servimg.com/u/f36/15/37/42/64/153110.jpg) (http://www.servimg.com/image_preview.php?i=2949&u=15374264)
 
Title: Re: URGATE
Post by: Brian_C on July 17, 2013, 10:50:34 PM
all i can find is urgate  x aldea 1925 and it was chilean  {:-{    will keep looking gazou    it says she was a tug but that ships not a tug
Title: Re: URGATE
Post by: GAZOU on July 18, 2013, 05:59:14 AM
 {:-{
hello

I made ​​a mistake.
This is not a tug but a cargo ship (cotton?)

thank you for looking for me
 
Title: Re: URGATE
Post by: GAZOU on July 18, 2013, 06:36:43 AM
 :((
hello

I aged badly

name is UGARTE

  not URGATE
 
 
Title: Re: URGATE
Post by: TailUK on July 18, 2013, 09:03:41 AM
Found this;  http://bertan.gipuzkoakultura.net/23/ing/17.php (http://bertan.gipuzkoakultura.net/23/ing/17.php)  Your boats date seems to be 1878.  There is also this: http://www.fdca.org.uk/pdf%20files/Caledon%20U.pdf (http://www.fdca.org.uk/pdf%20files/Caledon%20U.pdf)
 
The last one is an extract from the archives in Dundee.  The Ugarte 1 was definately not a tug. She was built at Caledon Yards in Dundee for the wine trade (look closely, they are barrels not bales).  It might be worthwhile give the archive a call as it seems they have some of Caledon's builders plans.
 
http://www.fdca.org.uk/ (http://www.fdca.org.uk/)  is the link to the homepage.
 
 
Title: Re: URGATE
Post by: GAZOU on July 18, 2013, 10:39:49 AM
 ok2
hello
we contacted the first link several times a few months ago, but nobody answers.
We will seriously study the links you gave.

thank you very much
Paid by hand

Best regards
 
Title: Re: URGATE
Post by: Liverbudgie on July 18, 2013, 11:06:13 AM
Ugarte:
Caledon Shipbuilding & engineering Co., Dundee.
Built 1876 for Ugarte Brothers, yard No 14.
Dimensions: 120' x 21' x 10'-81/2". I.H.P 177.
Dundee City Archives have virtually all the drawings of the vessels built at the yard plus other information. So I suggest that you contact them at the address below. they are very nice people who are willing to help in anyway possible.
archives@dundeecity.gov.uk
LB