The wreck of the Boy Andrew
, after being salvaged, undergoing repairs on the floating dock operated by Malakoff Ltd.
at that time.
Photo from Shetland Museum
The Boy Andrew (PD136) ran aground on the morning of 13th January 1989, at Ness of Trebister.She was towed off by the local pelagic trawler Altaire, but sank due to the damage sustained.
The wreck was eventually salvaged and towed in to Lerwick Harbour where repairs were carried out to the damage on her hull. She was then sold to new owners in Kilkeel, Northern Ireland who rebuilt and modernised her as the Tea Rose (N216), which she was still successfully fishing as in the later 2000's.