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Name Official number Flag IMO
AYRSHIRE LASSIE  6042  GBR   
Year built Date launched Date completed
1839  1839   
Vessel type Vessel description
Passenger   Wood Paddle Steamer  
Builder Yard Yard no
Robert Duncan, Greenock Cartsdyke East   
 

Tonnage Length Breadth Depth Draft
168 grt / 77 nrt / 123.8 ft  18.1 ft  8.7 ft   
Engine builder Thomas Wingate & Co., Glasgow
Engine detail
SL2cyl 25nhp

1857: 100hp 

First owner First port of register Registration date
William Young, Hugh Price & John Hunter,, Glasgow  Glasgow   
Other names
 
Subsequent owner and registration history
1841 Hugh Price & John Hunter, Glasgow
1843 Hugh Price & ... Case, Liverpool
1845 John Sothern, Liverpool - reg Liverpool
1848 John Spink & Samuel Harden, Liverpool
1850 James H Bryant, Brighton
1851 Frederick Slight, London
6/1851 Henry Maples, London and James & Peter Denny, Dumbarton - mng Maples & Morris, London - mng Shoreham
12/1851 John Crabb, John Bell & James Reid, Liverpool.
1852 William Powell, Liverpool.
1853 William Downham & Henry Cruse (Hercules Steam Tug Co), Liverpool. 
Vessel history
Initially stationed at Ayr for service to Largs & Millport
24/9/1839 made successful feasibility voyage Ardrossan-Belfast
1841 Ayr-Stranraer and Ardrossan-Belfast passenger services
1841 excursion steamer and tug at Liverpool
1843 Liverpool-Menai Bridge service, chartered to Bangor owner
1846 Fleetwood-Piel Harbour excursions
1848 136grt 54nrt
1850 Brighton & Newhaven-Dieppe service
6/1851 operated by Maples & Morris for London, Brighton & South Coast Railway Co
12/1851 tug and excursion steamer at Liverpool, 168grt 84nrt
2/7/1852 damaged when struck by ship REFUGE (803grt/1851) in Trafalgar Dock, Liverpool
5/1/1854 while towing a brig in the Mersey, collided with the Egremont ferry FAIRY
1854 excursions Liverpool-Menai Straits
1857 84nrt 
Remarks
 
End year Fate / Status
1858  Broken Up  
Disposal Detail
6/1858 broken up 
 

 



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