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Name Official number Flag IMO
ENTERPRIZE  38995  GBR   
Year built Date launched Date completed
1826  1826  04/09/1826 
Vessel type Vessel description
Passenger / Cargo   Wood Paddle Steamer  
Builder Yard Yard no
William Denny & Son, Dumbarton Woodyard   
 

Tonnage Length Breadth Depth Draft
125 grt / 125 nrt / 124 om 109' 3"  20' 3"  10' 11"   
Engine builder ,
Engine detail
2cyl 90hp 

First owner First port of register Registration date
New Clyde Shipping Co, Glasgow  Glasgow   
Other names
ENTERPRISE 
Subsequent owner and registration history
by6/1831 Glasgow and Liverpool Steam Shipping Co, Glasgow
19/7/1831 Stockton Shipping Co, Stockton on Tees - reg Stockton
1833 Thomas Hudson & W Cobby, Hull - reg Hull
1835 Humber Union Steam Co - mng Hudson & Cobby, Hull
1845 Boston & London Steam Co, Boston - reg Boston
1846 Johnson & others, Great Yarmouth - reg Yarmouth
1853 Thomas H Holderness, Liverpool 
Vessel history
4/9/1826 builder's certificate
1831 on Stockton-London service
1833 on Hull-London service
1834 lengthened by Dowson & Co, new boilers and improvements to engine by Seawards, Limehouse: 130t, 120.0 x 19.0 x 12.5ft
16/12/1835 when sailing for London, collided with ship SAMUEL SPYVEE in Hull Roads in fog; seriously damaged and returned for repairs
1840 for sale at Hull: 2 engines of 35hp, 121 x 34 (over paddle boxes) x 12ft
1846 on Yarmouth-Rotterdam service
13/9/1850 struck pier at Great Yarmouth, arriving from Rotterdam and badly damaged paddle box (and revealing contraband tobacco being smuggled); vessel briefly impounded by Customs. 
Remarks
 
End year Fate / Status
1859  Broken Up  
Disposal Detail
 
 

 



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