Yard No. 474
ss PRINCESS ADELAIDE

built by Fairfield Govan in 1910

(PRINCESS ADELAIDE)

ss PRINCESS ADELAIDE

Yard Number 474, was named PRINCESS ADELAIDE when launched on Tuesday, 05/07/1910 by Fairfield Govan , for Canadian Pacific Railway, Victoria BC .

Her main engines were built by Fairfield SB&E Co.Glasgow , she was powered by 1 x 4-cylinder Triple Expansion Steam Engine 27, 32, 48, 48 x 39 inch stroke, supplied by 4 coal-burning boilers. 18kn Her last recorded name was ANGELICA (1949)

PRINCESS ADELAIDE was scrapped on 01/03/1967

Ship Particulars:
Built: 1910
Ship Type: Coastal Passenger Vessel
Ship's Role: Variety of runs Canadian west coast. Greek Islands cruises 1949-67.
Tonnage: 3061 grt
Length: 290.5 feet Reg
Breadth: 46.1 feet Reg
Draught: 15 feet
Owner History:
Canadian Pacific Railway, Victoria BC
1949 Aegean Steam navigationTypaldas Bros Ltd., Piraeus

Additional Information:
Scrapped Genoa, Italy 3/1967.
Sister PRINCESS ALICE built Swan Hunter 1911.

Additional data by Bruce Biddulph
Photo supplied by above web page
Previous update by David Asprey
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