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Name Official number Flag IMO
PRINCESS OF WALES  63748  GBR   
Year built Date launched Date completed
1866  09/04/1866   
Vessel type Vessel description
Passenger   Iron Paddle Steamer  
Builder Yard Yard no
Aitken & Mansel, Glasgow Jordanvale  26 
 

Tonnage Length Breadth Depth Draft
118 grt / 74 nrt / 142.6 ft  16.7 ft  6.8 ft   
Engine builder James Aitken & Co, Glasgow
Engine detail
2cy simple oscillating 30"x42", 60nhp 

First owner First port of register Registration date
Lochlomond Steamboat Co, Balloch.  Glasgow  25/03/1870 
Other names
1896 ALBION - 1903 SHAMROCK 
Subsequent owner and registration history
25/3/1870 reg Glasgow (1st)
by1875 Alexander Smollett, Balloch
1881 Donald McLean, Alexandria, Dumbartonshire
1881 Matthew Brydie, Alloa
1883 J Cran, Alloa
1884 W Beveridge, Alloa
1885 W B Ritchie, Dundee
c1882 John K Henderson, Dundee
1886 Dundee, Perth & Newburgh Steam Boat Co, Dundee - reg Dundee
1891 D Nicoll, Dundee
1894 Dundee Pleasure Boat Co, Dundee - mng David Grieve.
1896 William T Rogers, Dundee
1899 Dundee & Perth Passenger Steamboat Co Ltd, Dundee
1901 North Eastern Passenger Steamers Ltd, Newcastle - reg Newcastle (1902)
1903 George Martin Ltd, Dundee - reg Dundee (1904)
1909 Edward W C Abbott, London
1910 Forelands Steamboat Co Ltd, London
1912 ??, France 
Vessel history
Built for Balloch-Ardlui service on Loch Lomond
1881 on Leith-Stirling service
1881 118grt 50nrt
1885 on Broughty Ferry-Perth service on River Tay
188x 118grt 28nrt
1888-1891 laid up, then resumed
1891 118grt 53nrt; 189x 137grt 29nrt
1901 on Tyne service (not confirmed)
1902 chartered to W Horton, on Rhyl/Rhos-on-Sea-Llandudno service
1903 returned to Broughty Ferry-Perth service
1904 137grt 26nrt 
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