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Name Official number Flag IMO
SAINT KIARAN    GBR   
Year built Date launched Date completed
1835  12/1835   
Vessel type Vessel description
Passenger / Cargo   Wood Paddle Steamer  
Builder Yard Yard no
Robert Duncan, Greenock Cartsdyke East   
 

Tonnage Length Breadth Depth Draft
 / 129 nrt / 129 nm, 238 om 115' 10"  19' 1"  11" 11"   
Engine builder James & William Napier, Glasgow
Engine detail
1cyl 110nhp 9½kn 

First owner First port of register Registration date
Campbeltown & Glasgow Steam Packet Joint Stock Co, Glasgow.   Glasgow   
Other names
ST KIARAN 
Subsequent owner and registration history
04/1848 John and Ebenezer Davidson, Leith -trading as John Davidson & Co., Leith - reg Leith
10/1848 James Waldie (Montrose and Leith Steam Navigation Co), Leith
11/1848 J McIndoe (J McIndoe & Co), Leith
05/1851 R P Stephens (Dublin & Liverpool Steam Packet Co), Glasgow
07/1853 J Ibbotson, Goole - reg Goole
1855 (foreign)
 
Vessel history
For Campbeltown-Glasgow service
04/1848 Leith-Granton-Montrose service (later also Peterhead and Fraserburgh)
5/1848 Ran cruises to view Royal Yacht VICTORIA & ALBERT arrived Aberdeen.
06/09/1848 Sailing out Peterhead, and Montrose to Granton.
13/09/1848 vessel offered for sale but still running.
04/11/1848 Resumed sailing between Leith, Montrose, and Peterhead/Banff.
11/1850 Leith-Copenhagen service
05/1851 on Liverpool-Dublin service
12/09/1851 aground at Dove Point, off River Mersey (Dublin for Liverpool); passengers landed at Hoylake - later refloated
1853 Goole-Rotterdam/Brielle service (until 12/1855)
 
Remarks
220 passengers, 80 tons cargo 
End year Fate / Status
  Unknown  
Disposal Detail
 
 

 



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