|1846||PS Premier||Yard number 6. Built for the Dumbarton Steamboat Co. Moved to Weymouth in 1852. Cosens & Co Ltd pleasure steamer for several decades. Scrapped 1938.|
|1853||William Denny||596||First steamship to link Auckland and Sydney. Aground near Murimotu Island in 1857 and abandoned in 1858.|
|1858||SS Nova Scotian||Built for the Allan Line. Served for 34 years. Scrapped 1893.|
|1870||SS Parthia||Cunard Line. Served for 86 years; scrapped 1956.|
|1882||SS Cheribon||3,075||Sino-French War. Wrecked off Panama in 1902.|
|1889||SS Aramac||2,114||Australian United Steam Navigation Company|
|1889||SS Arawatta||2,114||Australian United Steam Navigation Company|
|1893||SS Coya||546||Yard number 463. Veteran steamship on Lake Titicaca, Peru, now a floating restaurant|
|1895||SS Vladimir||5,331||Yard number 507. Built for Russian Volunteer Fleet Association, Odessa. Purchased in 1915 by the Imperial Russian Navy.|
|1899||SS Sir Walter Scott||115||Loch Katrine, Scotland|
|1901||TS King Edward||562|
|1902||TS Queen Alexandra||665||Yard Number 670. Destroyed by fire 1911; sold to Canada|
|1903||TSS Kanowna||6,953||Australian United Steam Navigation Company passenger liner requisitioned as a troop ship and then a hospital ship. Foundered 1929.|
|1903||SS Kyarra||6,953||Australian United Steam Navigation Company passenger liner requisitioned as a hospital ship. Sunk by torpedo 1918|
|1905||SS Maheno||5282||Yard Number 746. Passenger ship owned by Union Company of New Zealand. Washed ashore on Fraser Island, Queensland, Australia while under tow to be scrapped in July 1935.|
|1906||TSS Duchess of Argyll||583||Yard Number 770. 3 direct drive steam turbines, 21.6 knots
LMS/CSP Passenger Vessel for the Ardrossan - Arran service; later on the Stranraer - Larne service; Scrapped 1970
SE&CR Cross-channel ferry; later Isle of Man Steam Packet Co; Scrapped 1957
|1908||SS Otaki||7,420||Yard number 835. New Zealand Shipping Company refrigerated cargo liner; sunk 1917|
|1909||SS Ruahine||10,870||Yard number 880. New Zealand Shipping Company liner; later Italian-flagged; scrapped 1957|
|1910||SS Rotorua||11,130||Yard number 915. New Zealand Shipping Company liner; sunk 1917|
|1912||SS Indarra||9,735||Australian United Steam Navigation Company passenger liner, in 1920 Lloyd Royal Belge Pays de Waes and from 1923 Osaka Shosen KK Horai Maru. Japanese troopship in World War 2, sunk 1942.|
|1912||SS Infanta Isabel de Borbon||10,348||Compañía Transatlántica Española passenger liner, renamed Uruguay in 1931, prison ship from 1934. Sunk by a Nationalist air raid on Barcelona in 1939. Raised and scrapped.|
|1912||TS Queen Alexandra||785/827||Yard Number 970. 1935 renamed Saint Columba and took over Glasgow to Ardrishaig until scrapped in 1958.|
|1924||SS Sagaing||Yard Number 1167. Built for P Henderson & Company's Shaw, Savill & Albion Line as a passenger and cargo ship. Severely damaged by the Imperial Japanese Navy in the Easter Sunday Raid on Trincomalee Harbour in 1942. Hulk sunk in 1943.|
|1925||TSS Glen Sannox||690||Yard Number 1170. 3 shaft, single reduction Parsons geared turbines, triple screws, 21.5 knots
LMS/CSP Passenger Vessel for the Ardrossan-Arran service; Scrapped 1954
|1926||TS King George V||985|
|1930||TS Duchess of Montrose||806|
|1931||MV Lochfyne||656||Yard Number 1256. David MacBrayne passenger vessel. First British-built diesel-electric passenger ship. Re-engined 1953 with British Polar diesels. Withdrawn from service 1969. Scrapped after attempted restaurant conversion in 1974.|
|1933||TS Queen Mary||871|
|1935||SS Anselm||5,954||Booth Steamship Co cargo and passenger liner. Converted into troop ship 1940; sunk by torpedo 1941|
|1936||MV Lochnevis||573||Yard Number 1273. David MacBrayne (1928) Ltd diesel-electric passenger vessel; Scrapped 1974|
|1936||MV Countess of Breadalbane||106||Yard Number 1294. CSP for Loch Awe service, later Clyde, then Loch Lomond; Scrapped 1999|
|1938||MV Lymington||Yard Number 1322. Isle of Wight ferry which as MV Sound of Sanda became a Clyde ferry in 1974|
|1938||MV The Second Snark||50|
|1939||SS Royal Daffodil||2,061||Yard Number 1330. Thames Estuary / Continent day excursion for Steam Navigation Company Ltd, London; Scrapped Feb 1967|
|1939||MV Lochiel||603||Yard Number 1341. David MacBrayne Mailboat on Islay, Port Askaig and other routes; Scrapped Dec 1995|
|1947||MV Princess Victoria||2,694||Yard Number 1399. LMS ferry based in Stranraer; Sank Jan 1953|
|1947||MV Loch Seaforth||1,090|
|1948||MV Southsea||986||Yard Number 1411. Portsmouth – Ryde ferry for British Transport Commission. In service until 1986, then in reserve until 1997. Latterly owned in part by the Southsea Preservation Society in association with the Avon River Historic Vessel & Navigation Trust in 2002. Scrapped in 2005 in Denmark.|
|1948||MV Royal Sovereign||1,851||Yard Number 1413. General Steam Navigation Company. Originally summer excursions from Thames to Continent; 1967 Townsend Car Ferries Ltd|
|1948||PS Teal||460||Yard Number 1418. River passenger & cargo Paddle Steamer built for India General Navigation & Railway Company|
|1948||PS Tern||460||Yard Number 1419. River passenger & cargo Paddle Steamer built for India General Navigation & Railway Company|
|December 1950||MV Royal Iris|
|1951||MV Portree||53||Yard Number 1458. CSP Passenger Car Ferry|
|1951||MV Lochalsh||24||Yard Number 1459. CSP Passenger Car Ferry for Lochalsh-Kyleakin ferry|
|1953||MV Fenerbahçe||994||Yard Number 1456. Former Passenger Ferry, now a museum ship in Istanbul, Turkey|
|1953||MV Arran||568||Yard Number 1470. CSP Passenger Car Ferry|
|1953||MV Broadford||Yard Number 1483. CSP Passenger Car Ferry built for British Railways Board|
|1957||MV Bardic||2,550||Built for the Atlantic Steam Navigation Co Ltd made her maiden voyage on 2 September 1957 on the Preston to Larne route.|
|1957||MV Ionic||2,557||Built for the Atlantic Steam Navigation Co Ltd made her maiden voyage on 10 October 1958 on the Preston to Larne route.|
|1961||TSS Caledonian Princess||3,630||Tuxedo Princess nightclub on the Tyne.|
|1961||GMV Aramoana||4,160||Yard Number 1502. Final ship completed by the yard. The first Interislander road/rail ferry used between Picton and Wellington by New Zealand Government Railways. Scrapped 1994.|
|Denny D2 Hoverbus|
|1964||MV Melbrook||Yard Number 1504. Cargo ship; completed by Alexander Stephen at Linthouse (yard number 685) after Denny's closure|
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