Rachael Jayne II

A steel hulled Trawler

Ryan Whitehead

Completed October 2004

Rachael Jayne on sea trials

Description of Boat Jim & Richard laying out and welding up new steel kit  
A steel hulled Trawler having double chine, transom stern, bulbous bow, soft nosed stem and rigged for Single and Twin Rig trawling, with a crew of four men Steel kit arrives for new contract
Within a week accommodation block is fabricated Engine room under construction in fabrication shed Fish room Keel now laid down Engine room leaves the fabrication shed with a tight squeeze Crane takes the weight Precision fabrication brings engine room and keel together
Fabrication of the fish room section has now been completed and is being assembled to engine room Below deck to be subdivided into four watertight compartments into :- Aft accommodation with steering gear, Engine room, Hold and Forepeak tank/gear store. Accommodation block being maneuvered into position View showing the three sections
Bulbous nose comes out of fabrication shed Coming into final position Inside accommodation Laying out bulwalk for welding Fabrication of galley and shower block Daewoo L163 Auxiliary engine goes through aperture Lifting Reintjes WAF164l gearbox
 Hydraulic oil tank comes on board Lifting main engine caterpillar 3406 Galley and shower block coming onto deck Galley and shower block now fitted into final position A three quarter Aluminum alloy shelter deck is to be fitted over the main deck with aft deckhouse and wheelhouse over. The Deckhouse to incorporate galley, shower and oilskin locker.
Andrew milling for sea cocks Aluminium kit arrives for shelter deck and wheel house Fabrication of shelter deck well under way Coming into position Shelter deck in final position Accommodation and steering gear now painted out
Dan cutting out for windows in wheel house Wheel house coming on board Main deck is a conventional layout comprising forward Trawl winch, Hopper on shoulder with Gilsen frame over. Aft trawl gantry with power block and crane with net drum underneath. Galley. Timber in place for insulation and paneling
Fish handling area showing hopper, gutting bench and chute Extraction unit fitted in engine room Stern tube now fitted Prop shaft and nozzle now in place Prop now fitted Radar mast now fitted to wheel house roof
Main Dimensions    Work progressing well in wheel house Crane with power block fitted into place Galley
Length Overall           14.95 meters  49' 2"
Length Register  14.15 meters  48' 6"
Breadth moulded 5.90 meters 20' 0" Foam injection insulation behind fish room lining  Engine room fitting out continues Engine room near completion
Depth moulded  3.50 meters 11' 6"
Draught aft  3.20 meters    11' 4"
Fuel capacity 9000 liters    2000 gallons Painting near completion Paul Ribinson sign writer gives her a name Rachael Jayne ready for launch on Sat 2nd OCT
Fresh water capacity  2300 liters    500 gallons
Hold capacity  250 boxes  
Ice locker capacity  5 tones  
 Sarens crane ready to lift Rachael Jayne Rachael Jayne being lifted into Whitby habour A model built by Ronald Harker of Redcar presented by Parkol to owner Ryan Whitehead pictured here with daughteres Rachael & Jayne Jim Morrison of Parkol & owner Ryan Whitehead Rachael Jayne in Whitby habour swinging her compass

Fish handling area

Winch Main engine Daewoo auxiliary engine Wheel house



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