Jacinta is 50 metres long, 9.75 metres wide and needs 6 metres of water to float in.
At sea, she had a crew of 16: Skipper, Mate and Bosun (foreman of the deck crew), Chief Engineer, Radio Officer, Cook and 10 deckhands (able seamen including a teenage trainee known as a Brassie).
Listed on the British Register of Shipping as a motor trawler, her registered number is FD159 (the FD signifying Fleetwood).
She could not return to fishing in her present state as she has no licence to do so.
The present-day Jacinta was launched in 1972 and cost £340,000 to construct and equip.
Jacinta is the third Marr trawler at Fleetwood to bear that name - a popular girl's name in Portugal. The first was a steam-powered coal burner built in 1915 at a cost of £10,000 which operated until 1953.
The second Jacinta began life in 1955. She was a diesel-powered sidewinder which cost £125,000 and sailed until 1971.
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