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Duchess of Hamilton

Vessel Name on Arrival: 
Duchess of Hamilton
Vessel Type: 
Passenger
Official Number: 
161968
GRT: 
811
Year Built: 
1932
Arrival Date: 
24/04/1974
Original Builder: 
Harland & Wolff, Govan, Glasgow
Original Yard No.: 
920 g
Name Changes: 

 
1932 - 1948  :  Caledonian Steam Packet Company - Glasgow
1948 - 1957  :  British Transport Commission - Glasgow
1957 - 1971  :  Caledonian Steam Packet Company - Gourock
1971             :  J. Symo - Glasgow
1971             :  Reo Stakis Organisation - Glasgow
 
It was the intention to convert the vessel to a floating restaurant but this plan never materialised and she was laid up until 1974
 
24-04-1974  :  Arrived at the West of Scotland Shipbreaking Company of Troon for demolition - towed by Thunderer
 
 

Other Information: 

 
Designed as a pasenger pleasure excursion steamer for cruising the Firth of Clyde, visiting many Clyde Coast ports such as Dunoon, Inverary, Dunoon, Millport, Rothesay, Tarbert, etc.
 
05-05-1932  :  Laid down
24-06-1932  :  Completed
 
Tonnages :    297 NRT              811 GRT                 155 DWT
 
Dimensions  :   262 ft.  x  32 ft.  x  10 ft.
 
Propulsion  :   Triple screws served by three direct-drive steam turbines offering a speed of 20.65 knots
 
Machinery  :  Manufactured by Harland & Wolff, Govan Yard
 
1956  :  Converted to oil fuel firing by Messrs James Lamont & Company of Greenock
 
 
 
 

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