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Yard No. 920G

Yard Number 920G was named DUCHESS OF HAMILTON when launched on Thursday 05/05/1932 by Harland & Wolff Ltd Govan for 1932-48 Caledonian Steam Packet Company Glasgow

Ship Particulars:
Built: 1932
Ship Type: Passenger Vessel
Ship's Role: Excursion traffic Firth of Clyde
Tonnage: 801 grt | 297 nrt | 155 dwt
Length: 262ft
Breadth: 32ft 1
Draught: 10ft 1

Owner History:
1932-48 Caledonian Steam Packet Company Glasgow
1948-57 British Transport Commission Glasgow
1957-71 Caledonian Steam Packet Co Gourock
1971 J Symo Glasgow
1971 Reo Stakis Organisation Glasgow

Her main engines were built by Harland & Wolff , Belfast , she was powered by 3 x steam turbine, Direct drive, Triple screw. 20.65knots on trials 24/06/1932. Converted to Oil Firing 1956 by James Lamont & Co Ltd, Greenock Her last recorded name was DUCHESS OF HAMILTON

DUCHESS OF HAMILTON arrived for scrapping on 24/04/1974

Additional Information: Following withdrawal from service was to be converted to restaurant but not realised.Scrapped at Troon..

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