built by Scotts Greenock,

Built: 1835
Ship Type: Wood paddle steamer
Tonnage: 245t
Length: 148ft 5in
Breadth: 24ft 2in
Owner History:
Saint George Smith & others (Drogheda Steam Packet Co), Drogheda
Status: Destroyed by Fire - 15/4/1847

Built John Scott & Sons, Greenock
Also referred to as GRAINNE UEILE
Lost by fire off Lambay Island (Liverpool for Drogheda)

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

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