||Puget Sound, Skagit River
|Out of service:
||U.S. Registry #157006
||Sank near Edmonds, WA
||80.5 ft (24.54 m)
||20.3 ft (6.19 m)
||4.9 ft (1.49 m) depth of hold
||twin steam engines, horizontally mounted; 40 indicated horsepower
Daisy was a sternwheel steamboat that ran on Puget Sound and the Skagit River from 1880 to 1897.
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.
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- ^ a b McCurdy Marine History, at 23.
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