Sirsa (1883)

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Career
Name: SS Sirsa
Namesake: Sirsa, Haryana
Owner: British India Steam Navigation Company
Port of registry: Glasgow & London
Builder: Pointhouse yard of A. & J. Inglis, Glasgow
Yard number: 177
Launched: Friday, 19 October 1883
Fate: Sold for scrapping on 21 August 1908
Status: Broken up at Bombay
General characteristics
Tonnage: 2610 grt
Length: 310 feet
Beam: 39.2 feet
Installed power: 1569ihp
Propulsion: Steam, Inv 2cyl engine

SS Sirsa was a steamship built at A. & J. Inglis in 1883 and owned by the British India Steam Navigation Company.[1]

Fate[edit]

She was sold for scrapping on 21 August 1908 and broken up at Bombay.

References[edit]

  1. ^ George Robinson and Stuart Cameron: Shipping Times: Built in 1883 - SS Sirsa