Yorkshire Belle

Yorkshire Belle


Built 1947 by Cook Walton & Gemmel, Beverley, a passenger vessel which ran pleasure trips based at Bridlington. She has a rivetted and welded steel hull and two Gardner diesel engines 8L3 models built in 1951. She is the last remaining Bridlington pleasure boat of the 6 that operated during the 1920s to 1950s.


Name: Yorkshire Belle
Certificate number: 440
Status: Registered
Function: Passenger Vessel
Location: Bridlington, East Riding of Yorkshire, England
Length Overall: 24.38 metres (79.93 feet)
Gross Tonnage: 69.94
Draught: 1.52 metres (4.98 feet)
Maximum Breadth: 5.79 metres (18.98 feet)


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