The Egyptian was built in 1893 by Railton Dixon and Company. She was one of five trawlers built for the Albion Steam Fishing Company and was the sister ship of the Dominican.
In 1894, she towed a vessel called the Vesta to safety and later rescued the crew of the disabled Norwegian schooner Arcamedes.
The Egyptian was sold in 1915 to the Alan Steam Fishing Company. In July the following year, her stern was severely damaged in collision with a wartime patrol vessel. On 21 July 1916, the trawler became stranded 16 miles off Aberdeen and became a total loss.
Monologue written by Scott Backrath and performed by Sam Moody.