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Name Official number Flag IMO
RANGER  102075  GBR   
Year built Date launched Date completed
1880  12/02/1880   
Vessel type Vessel description
Naval Gunboat  Composite Screw Steamer 2 Masts 
Builder Yard Yard no
John Elder & Co., Govan Fairfield Yard  228 
 

Tonnage Length Breadth Depth Draft
 /  / 774 disp 106.7 ft  22.1 ft     
Engine builder John Elder & Co., Govan
Engine detail
C2cyl 32"54"x24" 131nhp 809ihp 1-screw
3 Iron boilers 60 lb/sq.in.

1902 re-engined by Workman Clark & Co, Belfast
T3cyl 16½", 27"& 45" x 27" 101nhp 1020ihp 12knots
2 Steel boilers 180 lb/sq.in. 

First owner First port of register Registration date
The Admiralty, London     
Other names
 
Subsequent owner and registration history
28/01/1893 The Liverpool Association for the Protection of Commercial Interests as Regard Wrecked and Damaged Property (The Liverpool Salvage Association), Liverpool (Nicholas Rundell, manager) - reg Liverpool (1st reg, ON 102075)
19/10/1906 Frederick Damseth designated manager.
01/01/1910 Frederick Henry Lowe designated manager.
30/04/1925 Owners name changed to The Liverpool & Glasgow Association for the Protection of Commercial Interests as Regard Wrecked and Damaged Property (The Glasgow & Liverpool Salvage Association), Liverpool
30/04/1925 Douglas Curtis Kinghorn designated manager.
George Richard Critchley designated manager
19xx H Bath & Son 
Vessel history
Composite Gunvessel, Algerine Class
1892 sold and converted to a Salvage vessel  
Remarks
1893 Tonnage when registered 408 grt 26 nrt; 1902 409grt 34nrt; 01/01/1914 409grt 134nrt 
End year Fate / Status
1954  Broken Up  
Disposal Detail
Scrapped in Liverpool by Henry Bath and Son, Ltd first quarter of 1954. 
 

 



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