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Clunie", Steam Coaster  Clunie", Steam Coaster

Name
CLUNIE
Construction
IRON
Type
CARGO
Date
1889
Official Number
94258
Description
Iron Screw Steamer, ketch rigged.
Yard no. 168
Registered at Aberdeen 25 January 1889.

1 deck, 2 masts
Engines by Hall Russell - 1 pair compound surface condensing direct acting, 40 horsepower.

Owner William Todd Moffat, 27 Shiprow, Aberdeen.

9 October 1889: 10 shares to Alexander Macallan Gray, 4 Albert Street, Aberdeen, railway store superintendent.
12 October 1889: 12 shares to James Elsmie, 22 Regent Quay, Aberdeen, shipowner and 2 shares to Alexander Youngson, 30 North Albert St., Aberdeen, cashier.
18 October 1889: 8 shares to William Taylor, 168 West George Street, Glasgow, accountant. Moffat now managing owner.

1890-91: Master Muir
1898-99: Master J. Thain
1910-11: Master J. Cheyne

8 March 1913: Wrecked west of Buckie harbour on voyage from Sunderland to Buckie with coal.
Shipbuilder
DUTHIE
Dimensions
length 122' 4" x breadth 20' 3" x depth 10'
tonnage 190 tons
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