In 1968 she was reclassified from a trawler to a coaster and renamed Kadett
remaining as Kadett until 1995 when she again changed hands when she was bought by ex-Naval Commander Graham Neilson who transformed her into a tall ship.
She is constructed of steel (below the main deck 10mm thick and above the main deck and bulwarks 6mm thick) has a length of 45.0m, beam of 7.03m and 2.95m daught with a GT 226.
She is currently operated as a sail training vessel.
Seen and photographed next to the Albert Dock Liverpool, 14 May 2013.