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Name Official number Flag IMO
AMY  45658  GBR   
Year built Date launched Date completed
1864  08/09/1864   
Vessel type Vessel description
Passenger / Cargo   Iron Paddle Steamer  
Builder Yard Yard no
Robert Duncan & Co, Port Glasgow East Yard 
 

Tonnage Length Breadth Depth Draft
700 grt / 379 nrt / 72.02 m  9.12 m  4.03 m   
Engine builder ,
Engine detail
2cyl oscillating diagonal 250hp 9kn 

First owner First port of register Registration date
McLeish & McNutt, Glasgow for E. J. Lomnitz.   Port Glasgow  19/12/1864 
Other names
1868 CORONEL ROSETTI - 1890 RODOLFO DEL VISO - 1899 CORONEL ROSETTI - 1918 PRESIDENTE WILSON 
Subsequent owner and registration history
1864 Cándido Galván, Buenos Aires - British flag
1868 Argentina flag
1870 Argentina Navy
1890 Departamento Nacional de Higiene (National Department of Health), Buenos Aires
1900 Prefectura Marítima, Buenos Aires
1919 sold Marcos Moiseff, Argentina
 
Vessel history
1868 leased to Argentine Navy as a transport at end of the War of the Triple Alliance
12/1868 British registry closed
12/1870 taken over by Argentine Navy and armed with two canons
1871 served as sanitary inspection vessel during yellow fever epidemic in Buenos Aires
5/1871 at Rosario in suppression of the Jordanista Rebellion
1872 similar duties to 1871
1873 stationed in Entre Rios and suppressed rebellions
1874 after refit, increasing her armaments, engaged in fighting the Mitrista Revolutionaries
1876-78 disarmed and a lazareto at mouth of Paraná River; later reformatory school at Río Luján and again lazareto in Río de la Plata
1880 returned to service as a troop transport
1888-1890 engine removed and converted to a as hospital pontoon
1892-1893 used a military prison for officers with short sentences, and later detained politicians
1894 returned to service as a hospital
1897 converted to explosives store
1899 stores hulk at Zarate naval shipyard
1900 transferred to the Paraná delta as a stores hulk
1918 dismantled and sold as a barge - 1100dwt


 
Remarks
72.02 x 9.12 x 4.03m.  
End year Fate / Status
1919  Missing 17/01/1919 
Disposal Detail
17/1/1919 sailed from Buenos Aires for Santos and disappeared with entire crew.  
 

 



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