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1948 Incorporated as The Fairlie Yacht Slip Limited, with a capital of £20,000<ref>The Scotsman 20 March 1948</ref>
 
1948 Incorporated as The Fairlie Yacht Slip Limited, with a capital of £20,000<ref>The Scotsman 20 March 1948</ref>
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1955 The yard had four berths under cover up to 130 ft. and three slipways up to 150 tons<ref>Directory of Shipowners, Shipbuilders and Marine Engineers 1955</ref>
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* L. A. Ritchie, The Shipbuilding Industry: A Guide to Historical Records (1992)
 
* L. A. Ritchie, The Shipbuilding Industry: A Guide to Historical Records (1992)
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Latest revision as of 11:26, 10 September 2021

1971.

Bay Street, Fairlie, Ayrshire

formerly William Fife and Co

1948 Incorporated as The Fairlie Yacht Slip Limited, with a capital of £20,000[1]

1955 The yard had four berths under cover up to 130 ft. and three slipways up to 150 tons[2]


See Also

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Sources of Information

  1. The Scotsman 20 March 1948
  2. Directory of Shipowners, Shipbuilders and Marine Engineers 1955
  • L. A. Ritchie, The Shipbuilding Industry: A Guide to Historical Records (1992)