Daisy (steamboat)

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Career
Name: Daisy
Route: Puget Sound, Skagit River
In service: 1880
Out of service: 1897
Identification: U.S. Registry #157006[1]
Fate: Sank near Edmonds, WA[2]
General characteristics
Type: inland steamboat
Tonnage: 97.87 regist.[1]
Length: 80.5 ft (24.54 m)[1]
Beam: 20.3 ft (6.19 m)[1]
Depth: 4.9 ft (1.49 m) depth of hold[1]
Installed power: twin steam engines, horizontally mounted; 40 indicated horsepower[1]
Propulsion: sternwheel[1]

Daisy was a sternwheel steamboat that ran on Puget Sound and the Skagit River from 1880 to 1897.

Career[edit]

Daisy was built at Seattle for the Washington Steamboat Company in 1880. The vessel was placed in service for the Skagit River trade. In 1897 Daisy sank near Edmonds, Washington.[2]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g Affleck, Century of Paddlewheelers, at 94.
  2. ^ a b McCurdy Marine History, at 23.

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