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Name Official number Flag IMO
LADY BRISBANE  3178  GBR   
Year built Date launched Date completed
1842  1842  08/1842 
Vessel type Vessel description
Passenger   Iron Paddle Steamer  
Builder Yard Yard no
Barr & MacNab, Paisley Abercorn Works   
 

Tonnage Length Breadth Depth Draft
127 grt / 41 nrt / 82 nm 133 ft  17.4 ft  8.5 ft   
Engine builder Barr & MacNab, Paisley
Engine detail
SL1cyl steeple 49"x42" 70nhp 

First owner First port of register Registration date
William Young, Glasgow and Matthew Perston, Brooksby, Largs  Glasgow  30/08/1842 
Other names
1870 BALMORAL 
Subsequent owner and registration history
4/1846 Matthew Perston, Largs
1849 Glasgow, Largs & Millport Union Steam Boat Co, Glasgow.
1869 Hugh Keith & -- Campbell, Glasgow
1884 William Buchanan, Glasgow. 
Vessel history
For Millport-Largs-Glasgow service; also Ardrossan
1844 on Ayr-Stranraer service
1846 on Millport-Glasgow service
1862 on Glasgow-arrochar service
1864 on Millport-Glasgow service
18/4/1868 sank off Bowling after collision with tug FLYING CLOUD - raised and repaired
1870 on Glasgow-Dumbarton service
1875 on Glasgow-Gareloch service
1881 127grt 18nrt
1884 on Greenock-Helensburgh/Lochgoilhead services
1891 engine collapsed when racing down the Gareloch, and could not be repaired

 
Remarks
23/8/1842 builder's certificate 
End year Fate / Status
1891  Broken Up  
Disposal Detail
4/1891 Sold for breaking up
Also reported resold for use as a hulk at Newry. 
 

 



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