built by Scotts Greenock,

Launched: Friday, 13/09/1833
Built: 1833
Ship Type: Wood paddle steamer
Tonnage: 213t
Length: 137ft 1in
Breadth: 23ft 0in
Draught: 14ft 3in depth
Owner History:
Drogheda Steam Packet Co, Drogheda
1845 Thomas Douglas, Glasgow
1846 Waterford Steam Navigation Co (mng John Malcomson), Waterford
Status: Scrapped - 1853

Built by John Scott & Sons at Westburn, Greenock [J F Robb]

Previous update by Colin Campbell

Last updated: by David Asprey from the original records by Stuart Cameron

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