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Name Official number Flag IMO
CHANCELLOR  82308  GBR   
Year built Date launched Date completed
1880  21/04/1880   
Vessel type Vessel description
Passenger Excursion  Steel Paddle Steamer  
Builder Yard Yard no
R Chambers, Dumbarton Lower Woodyard  10 
 

Tonnage Length Breadth Depth Draft
233 grt / 70 nrt / 199.7 ft  21.1 ft  8.2 ft   
Engine builder Matthew Paul & Co., Dumbarton
Engine detail
2cyl diagonal 36"x60" 140nhp

1892 engined compounded by Blackwood & Gordon, Port Glasgow and reboilered
C2cyl diagonal 26"48"x60" 99nhp 950ihp 14½kn 

First owner First port of register Registration date
Alexander Smollett, Balloch, Donald McLean, Bonhill and John Bell, Dumbarton (Loch Lomond & Loch Long Steamboat Co)  Glasgow  25/06/1880 
Other names
1901 COMERCIO 
Subsequent owner and registration history
1882 Donald McLean, Bonhill, John Bell, Dumbarton and William Menzies (Loch Long & Loch Lomond Steam Boat Co)
1885 Malcolm T Clark & others (Loch Goil & Lochlong Steam Packet Co), Glasgow
1891 Glasgow & South Western Railway Co, Glasgow
1901 La Herculina Ferrolana,Ferrol, Spain 
Vessel history
For Helensburgh-Lochgoilhead-Arrochar service
1881 233grt 23nrt
1882 sailed from new pier ar Craigendoran
1891 on Greenock-Lochgoilhead service
1892 re-engine & reboilered by Blackwood & Gordon,Port Glasgow, 272grt 60nrt
1901 on services from Corunna 
Remarks
Contracted to Matthew Paul & Co, Dumbarton who sub-contracted the hull to Chambers. 
End year Fate / Status
1910  Hulked  
Disposal Detail
1910 hulked as a coaling barge at El Ferrol.
Presumed to have been later broken up 
 

 



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