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Builder J Hay, Kirkintilloch
Official Nr 104583
Yard Nr
Launched 1894
Delivered
Length 65.8 ft
Beam 18.0 ft
Gross 85 tons
Deadweight
Engine 2 Cyl Steam Compound

Built by Hay for their own use and sold in 1902 to Murison & Campbell of Montrose. In 1904 purchased by David B Campbell who abandoned her as a wreck in 1906. She was then bought back by Hay, made seaworthy again and placed in their own fleet.

On 24th October 1912 she sunk after being in collision with the Norwegian steamer Waterloo off Pladda in the Clyde. 2 crew were lost.