Yard Number 19 was named TYNWALD when launched on Tuesday 28/04/1846 by Robert Napier Govan for Isle of Man Steam Packet Co Douglas
Ship Type: Iron paddle steamer
Tonnage: 700t (1866: 527grt 277nrt)
Length: 188.2 feet
Breadth: 28.0 feet
Draught: 15.9 feet depth
Isle of Man Steam Packet Co, Douglas
1866Edward Gawn, Thomas Bridson & Alexander Spittal, Douglas
Her main engines were built by Robert Napier, Govan , she was powered by Steam paddle wheels 280hp
TYNWALD was scrapped on 1868
She cost the Steam Packet Company £21,000.
Her huge figurehead was of a Manx Scandinavian King in armour.
In the winter of 1850 she was chartered to go to the Mediterranean and calls included Gibraltar, Genoa and Leghorn; she made the round trip in 30 days.
In 1866 she was sold to Clyde shipbuilders Caird & Co for £5000 in part payment for the Tynwald (II) which they were building.
Broken up at Liverpool
Photo supplied by Stuart Cameron
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