Yard No. 419

built by James Lamont & Company Port Glasgow in 1974



Yard Number 419, was named JUNO when launched on Monday, 16/09/1974 by James Lamont & Company Port Glasgow , for Caledonian MacBrayne Ltd Gourock.

Her main engines were built by Mirrlees Blackstone , she was powered by 2 x 4SCSA 8 cylinder diesel engines, 1000 bhp each, driving Voith Schneider propellers, one each end on centreline. Her last recorded name was JUNO

JUNO was scrapped on 19/05/2011

Ship Particulars:
Built: 1974
Ship Type: Passenger Car Ferry
Ship's Role: Upper Clyde Car Ferry
Tonnage: 854 grt | 305 nrt | 199 dwt
Length: 69.17m overall 66.43m BP
Breadth: 13.8m extreme, 13.39m moulded
Draught: 2.41m extreme
Owner History:
Caledonian MacBrayne Ltd Gourock

Additional Information: Purpose built ferry for Gourock~Dunoon ferry service, later also used on Wemyss Bay~Rothesay service and Upper Clyde Cruising. Fitted with flying bridge from new.
Scrapped at Rosneath follwing layup
Photo supplied by Allan Comrie
Previous update by John Newth