built by John Brown Clydebank,
Yard No 351
Engines by John Brown, Clydebank
Last Name: HMS MARSA (1916)
Propulsion: Compound diagonal steam. Speed on trials 16 knots
Launched: Friday, 14/03/1902
Built: 1902
Ship Type: Paddle Steamer
Ship's Role: Princes Pier - Rothesay - Ormidale
Tonnage: 486 grt
Length: 200 feet 4 inches
Breadth: 26 feet 1 inch
Owner History:
Glasgow & South Western Railway Company Glasgow
1916: Admiralty requisition as minesweeper
Status: Sunk - 18/11/1917

O.N. 114030.
1902: Completed April.
1917: Sunk by collision off Harwich.

Photo supplied by the builders shows her at launch.

Previous updates by Bruce Biddulph, Stuart Cameron, George Robinson

Last updated: by Bruce Allan from the original records by Stuart Cameron

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