ss WILLIAM C DALDY
built by Lobnitz & Company Renfrew,
Yard No 986 Engines by shipbuilder
Port of Registry: Auckland
Propulsion: Twin screw; Tri.exp. 2x3cy steam engines (HP 15", IP 29", LP 40" x 30" stroke).11 knots.
2 x Single Ended boilers supplying steam at max pressure 180lbs.
1 x 15kW @ 230Vdc.
Max bunker capacity 135 tons coal.
Launched: Tuesday, 01/10/1935
Ship Type: Tug
Ship's Role: Harbour towing.
Tonnage: 346 grt | nil net.
(1980, 127 net)
Length: 126 feet
Breadth: 32 feet 1 in
Draught: 13 feet 7¾ ins
Auckland Harbour Board.
1977 William C. Daldy Preservation Society
Status: Active - 2009
Web site: http://www.nzmaritimeindex.org.nz/dalspec.htm
12/02/1936: Registered Auckland.
Still in service as a preserved vessel at Auckland providing Summer Sunday cruises on the Waitemata Harbour.
Coal fired; 17 tons bollard pull.
Previous updates by Josh Reynolds, Colin Campbell, Gavin Stewart and George Robinson
Last updated: by Bruce Allan from the original records by Stuart Cameron
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