built by A & J Inglis Pointhouse Glasgow,
Yard No 25
Engines by shipbuilder
Propulsion: steam paddle 2cy oscillating 280nhp
Launched: Tuesday, 16/05/1865
Built: 1865
Ship Type: Iron Paddle Steamer
Ship's Role: Dublin - Douglas - Silloth
Tonnage: 593 grt
Length: 222.2 feet
Breadth: 26.8 feet
Owner History:
North British Steam Packet Company
1868 London & South Western Railway Co
Status: Wrecked - 05/06/1873

Built to replace a twin funnelled Tyneside built WAVERLEY of similar type she proved to big for her run and was sold for Southampton/Channel Isles service.
Wrecked in fog on Platte Boue Rock, Guernsey, all saved

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