Sold in 1961 to H Sandoy of Norway and renamed "Sandor". Sold to new Norwegian owners in 1962 and renamed "Justi".
In 1964 she was lengthened to 106 ft (184 grt) before being sold again, to H Stokka PR and renamed "Engesund". In 1982 she was fitted with a new oil engine and constant speed propeller. Sold on again in 1985 to a F Steinsland, still in Norway, and reportedly renamed yet again in 1989, this time "Charlotte"
In November 2007 she was put up for sale by Bratten Shipping A/S of Bergen ( click here ) . Looking at the advertisement pictures of her she does appear to still be in externally good condition, although as the ad is still on-line as of January 2011 there would not appear to be too many buyers about.
In spring 2013 she was noted to be at Harlingen in the Netherlands, although by 2014 she had been moved to the breakers yard in Kampen, reportedly due to unpaid mooring fees. The botton picture was taken in 2017 at a yard in Leeuwarden that specialised in renovating vessels as houseboats but which has since gone bankrupt. As I write, Charlotte's fate is unknown.