M/V Lady Rosalind, Taylor Corp. vessel, built 1979, bought 1987, wrecked 1997/8

MAILBOAT NAME: M/V Lady Rosalind

PAST NAMES: not known if any however there are also M/V Lady Rosalind I and M/V Lady Rosalind II – both still trading in Bahamas

DIMENSIONS: 156′ long, 38′ wide, 12.6′ deep, 233 gross tons, 158 net tons, IMO # 7917678

BUILT: Bollinger shipyards in Lockport, Louisiana


EARLY CAREER: between year built in 1979 and when purchased by Taylor Corporation in 1987 not known

BAHAMAS CAREER: traded in the southern Bahamas 1987-1998

CAPTAINS: Capt. Limos Taylor and others

FATE: in 1997 or 1998 struck a rock in an undisclosed location, damaged beyond repair, per Capt. Eddins Taylor April 2015

OWNERS: Pirate’s Well Investments, PO Box 7461, Mount Royal Avenue & Clifton Street, Nassau, Bahamas, managed by Capt. Eddins Bruce Taylor, PO Box 7461, Joan’s Heights, Nassau

NOTES: Little is known about his vessel and there is some confusion with three “Lady Rosalind” vessels, not all in the same order. Also I don’t have a photo of this vessel.