Total 40298 : Vessels matching your search

Year Built O.N Vessel Name Builder Yard No Vessel Type Propulsion
1912    unknown  Alley & MacLellan  Paddle Steamer 
1912  unknown  Alley & MacLellan  Paddle Steamer 
1921    GUJERAT  William Denny & Bros  1144 Paddle Steamer 
1992  721710 LEIRNA  Ferguson Shipbuilders Ltd.  605 Motor Vessel 
2003    SOUND OF SHUNA  Ferguson Shipbuilders Ltd.  715 Motor Vessel 
1911  unknown  Alley & MacLellan  Motor Vessel 
1912    unknown  Alley & MacLellan  Motor Vessel 
1910  unknown  William Denny & Bros  942 No Propulsion 
1919    TONGLONG  William Denny & Bros  1115 No Propulsion 
1802  BETTY & NANCY  Unknown Builder at Turnberry  Sailing Vessel 
1812    BETTY & ISABELLA  Unknown Builder at Dumbarton  Sailing Vessel 
1819  ANN  James Munn  Sailing Vessel 
1808    JEAN  Unknown Builder at Greenock  Sailing Vessel 
1807  CLYDE  Unknown Builder at Port Glasgow  Sailing Vessel 
1813    FANNY  William Fyfe  Sailing Vessel 
1823  ZEPHYR  John Gray  Sailing Vessel 
1815    JAMES  Unknown Builder at Greenock  Sailing Vessel 
1812  ANN  Donald McInnes  Sailing Vessel 
1824    STAG  Matthew Henderson  Sailing Vessel 
1817  JEAN  Donald McInnes  Sailing Vessel 
1767    JEANIE  Unknown Builder at Greenock  Sailing Vessel 
1808  LADY MONTGOMERIE  Unknown Builder at Greenock  Sailing Vessel 
1804    MARGARET  Unknown Builder at Greenock  Sailing Vessel 
1809  CATHERINE  William Fyfe  Sailing Vessel 
1815    TRUE BROTHERS  Unknown Builder at Lismore, Argyll  Sailing Vessel 

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N. I. D. Java.

Floating dock rigged as a barque for delivery to Java.
On first departure she had to return because of defective steering gear.
On the second departure, she suffered the 21st October gales of 1874 and was driven ashore at Ardmore.
In July 1875 finally repaired, she left, the voyage taking 18 months.

Edward Ferguson & Co, Greenock
1884 James Campbell, Greenock

Foundered near Pladda in the Firth of Clyde when owned by James Campbell of Greenock. All four of the crew were lost.
James Gardner Jr (James Gardner & Sons), Kirkintilloch
1877 William J Pirrie, Edward Harland, Gustavus Wolff and Walter Wilson, Belfast - reg Belfast
1881 Thomas H Davis, Peel IOM - reg Peel
1884 Edward Crompton, Liverpool - reg Liverpool
1886 Les fils de T Conseil, Lisbon.

George Clark, Ayr.
1877 W Hine Bros, Maryport.
1876 chartered to the Kircaldy & London Steam Shipping Co, Kirkcaldy
17/4/1877 put in to Holyhead as filling with water (Newport for Workington with iron) and put aground. Reported with broken keel; returned to service by 11/1877.
Wrecked at Loch Etive Connel Argyllshire, Voyage Workington to Bonar Argyllshire with rails, Master W Holmes and crew saved.
James Duthie, Buccleuch Street, Glasgow
c1877 Nobel's Explosives Co Ltd, Glasgow

Lost in collision in Mersey.
Robert Taylor and William H Neilson, Dundee
c1881 Robert Taylor, Dundee

Wrecked in a force 12 Gale on Sandrigg, Holy island, Northumberland, on voyage Warkworth to Dundee with coal and two passengers. The master T Inglis, the crew and passengers saved by rocket apparatus.
Pile & Co [J. C. Briggs] London
Pile & Co, London
1877 Koninklijke Nederlandsche Stoom Maats, Amsterdam - mreg Amsterdam
1906 Martinolich & Figlio, Trieste
Launched as CHISLEHURST for Pile & Co, London. Registered as PHOEBE
Wrecked on Merlera Rock, near Pola. Present day Ereikoussa Island north of Corfu.On voyage from Gallipoli to Ravigno with grape residue.
The builders, in order to cover the risk of launching so large a vessel in so narrow a river, the Cart, insured her for £10,000. NO.6
Clyde HarbourTrustees, Glasgow

Cross-river service 1878 to 1914, for part of the time at Whiteinch.

Broadside launch in the River Cart. VENEZUELA
John M MacDonald, London
1877 Bolivar Railway Co Ltd, London & Venezuela - reg Venezuela
1883 Quebrada Railway, Land & Copper Co Ltd, London & Venezuela

12/1890 wrecked
Ayr Steam Shipping Co - mng Peter Barr & David Rowan, Ayr
01/05/1883 David Rowan, Glasgow.
22/12/1891 David Rowan junior and Walter Bain, Ayr (both shipping agents).

10/1896 Foundered off St. Ann's Head, Isle of Man whilst on a voyage from Llandulas to Ayr with a cargo of limestone.

19/11/1896: Register closed.