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|Built by:||Money Wigram & Son's, at Blackwall.|
|Tonnage:||22 nett - 94 gt|
|Length:||90 . 2 feet.|
|Breadth:||18 . 2 feet.|
|Depth:||9 . 3 feet.|
|Machinery:||2 side lever engines.|
|Type:||Paddle - Steam Tug.|
|Registered:||London 1857 - Plymouth 1876.|
|Built for:||Trinity House.|
|History:||1861. Commissioned to assist in the replacement of Whiteside’s pile light at the Smalls, conveying stones from Penzance to the Wolf Rock.|
1869. Returned to London.
1872/3. Returned to Penzance for the winter.
1873/4. Returned to Penzance for the winter then returned to London.
1875. Used in the Penzance regatta.
1876. Sold to J. Bayly (& others), Plymouth.
1881. Broken up. Registry closed.
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