|Built by:||Curling & Young.|
|Launched:||2nd June 1836|
|Length:||155 feet 4 inches|
|Depth:||15 feet 2 inches|
|Machinery:||Two cylinder side-lever engines made by Miller & Ravenhill, Blackwall. 180 hp. 9 knots.|
|Registered:||28th September 1836 in London by Brodie MeGhie Willcox & Arthur Anderson.|
|Other info:||Passenger 37 1st Class, 16 in 2nd Class|
Cargo capacity 290 tons.
|History:||Built for Brodie McGhie Willcox & Arthur Anderson being the first vessel built entirely to their order.|
May 1841. Registered in the ownership of the Peninsular & Oriental Steam Navigation Company.
March 1856. Sold to The North of Europe Steam Navigation Company, but the sale was not completed and she was resold for £3,500 to G. Marks for demolition at Greenwich.