Gourlay Brothers

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Gourlay Brothers and Company (Dundee) Ltd.
Private limited company
Industry Marine engineering
Shipbuilding
Predecessor Gourlay, Mudie & Co. (1846-1853)
Gourlay Brothers & Co. (1853-1904)
Founded 1904
Defunct 1908
Headquarters Dundee, Scotland

Gourlay Brothers was a marine engineering and shipbuilding company of Dundee, Scotland, active between 1846 and 1908.

Company history[edit]

Ulimaroa launched in 1907

The company had its origins in the Dundee Foundry, founded in 1790. By 1820 the foundry was manufacturing steam engines, building engines and boilers for the steam tug William Wallace in 1829, and in the 1830s building locomotives for the Dundee and Newtyle and the Arbroath and Forfar Railways.[1] James Stirling (1800–1876) was manager of the Dundee Foundry until 1846.[2]

In 1846 the Foundry was taken over and renamed Gourlay, Mudie & Co. This company was dissolved in 1853, and then operated as Gourlay Brothers & Co., with four brothers – Alexander, William, Gershom, and Henry Gourlay – as partners.[1]

In May 1854, Gourlay's turned to shipbuilding, leasing land at the east end of Marine Parade to use as a slipway. Their first vessels were built for the coastal trade, but they went on to build a number of cargo ships for the Dundee, Perth and London Shipping Company. The business prospered, largely due to the efforts of Henry Gourlay, a member of the Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland and of the Institution of Naval Architects. By 1866 Gourlay's had become the largest of the five shipbuilding firms in Dundee, employing about 300 men, and building 14,000 tons of shipping between 1861 and 1867. In 1867 they launched the Dundee of 1,295 tons, at that time the largest ship built on the Tay. In 1869 Gourlay's leased more land downriver from their yard, which they named Camperdown Dock, enabling even larger ships to be built. In 1871 five vessels were launched, all of more than 1,000 tons. In 1876 seven of the twenty-three ships built in Dundee were launched from Gourlay's yard. However, a serious slump in shipbuilding occurred in the mid-1880s, with Gourlay's building only three ships totalling 4,000 tons in 1885 and 1886. The recovery came with the resumption of international orders; in 1890, Gourlay's built 11,616 tons of shipping, with orders coming from South Africa, South America, India, Russia, Australia, Finland, Turkey and France.[1]

Gershom Gourlay, the last of the original partners, retired in 1889, and his sons, Henry Garrett and Charles Gershom Gourlay, with James Gordon Lyon, became the directors of the company. Another slump occurred in the mid-1890s, with 1894 the worst year for orders yet, with only three small paddle-boats built. Ship repairing and refitting helped to provide some employment, but it was not until 1897 that orders begin to rise. Although Gourlay's were pioneers in the use of the screw propeller, they now gained a reputation for building paddle steamers. British railway companies became regular customers, and of the thirty vessels built between 1902 and 1908, nine were for the Great Eastern, the Great Central, and the London and South Western Railways.[1]

Unfortunately, labour relations soured, and between 1902 and 1904 the yard experienced a three-week strike by joiners, a demarcation dispute, a 14-week strike by engineers, and various minor disputes. In 1904 the yard had been virtually closed, its total output being a 364-ton ship and two tugs. The same year it became a private joint stock company under the name of Gourlay Brothers & Company (Dundee) Ltd. with Charles Gershom Gourlay holding the controlling majority of shares, with Henry, Fanny, Kenneth and William Gourlay, James Lyon and William Fyffe holding lesser amounts.[1]

Output for 1905 reached a total of nearly 12,000 tons, and that year also saw the completion of a modernisation programme, with new machinery and complete electrification of the yard. In 1906 Gourlay's launched over 12,600 tons of shipping, its most productive year yet. However the following year output sank to only 6,276 tons. The lack of orders and the expensive modernisation programme led the company into serious debt. This, along with higher prices of raw materials, pushed up the cost of building, shortening profit margins. Demand for new shipping continued to fall and by the end of 1907 orders were few.[1]

On 8 June 1908, the company was finally wound up. In May 1909 the equipment of the Yard and Foundry were sold at public auction, and on 23 June 1910, the company was formally dissolved. In its time Gourlay's launched over 200 ships.[1]

Ships constructed[edit]

Ship Yard No. GRT Owners Type Date of launch
Alma 1 For Australian owners. Three masted iron schooner 29 November 1854[3]
Pavo 2 Iron Screw Steamer 18 July 1855[4]
London 3 785 tons Dundee, Perth and London Shipping Company Iron screw steamer 7 April 1856[5]
Mexicana 4 300 tons Liverpool Owners Full rigged brig 15 October 1856[6]
Hamburg 5 600 tons Dundee and London Steam Shipping Company 8 June 1857[7]
Ydun 8 Paterson of Randers for services between Copenhagen and Jutland Iron Screw Steamer 17 March 1859.[8]
Princess Alice 440 tons 30 March 1860[9]
Mendoza 9 12 January 1861 [10]
Dalhousie 10 9 February 1861[11]
Scotia 11 800 tons Dundee, Perth and London Steam Shipping Company Screw Steamer 21 September 1861[12]
Forfarshire 12 20 June 1861[13]
Arauco 13 604 tons Balfour, Williamson and Company, Liverpool Iron screw steamer 29 March 1862[14]
Scotia (II) 14 Dundee and London Shipping Company 9 October 1862[15]
Rangatara 15 300 tons 21 January 1863[16]
Shooey Leen 17 6 May 1863[17]
Anglia 18 Dundee and London Steam Shipping Company 15 September 1863[18]
Wangania 19 170 tons 30 July 1863[19]
The Cohen 774 tons Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company 12 December 1863[20]
Tararua 1864
Grampian 20 Panama and New Zealand Mail Boat Company 21 April 1864[21]
Stork 23 950 tons General Steam Navigation Company, London 20 July 1864[22]
Unknown Tug 12 October 1864[23]
Hibernia 22 830 tons Dundee, Perth, and London Shipping Company 12 January 1865[24]
Dundee 25 1300 tons Gilroy Brothers Iron Sailing Ship 25 January 1865[25]
Brage 27 209 tons Iron 8 June 1865[26]
Gallia 26 440.5 tons Iron 10 August 1865[26]
Vesper 29 476 tons Iron 2 December 1865[26]
Eider 28 581 tons 1 March 1866[27]
Niord 31 247 tons 1866 [27]
Granton 30 1000 tons 1866[27]
Curfew 34 1867
Mary 32 1867
Dundee 1867
Unknown 548 tons Iron Screw Steamer 8 February 1868[28]
Cambria 35 680 tons Dundee, Perth and London Shipping Company 7 May 1868[29]
Lebu 36 800 tons Balfour, Williamson and Company, Liverpool 21 July 1868[30]
La Escossesa 37 998 tons Balfour, Williamson and Company, Liverpool 16 October 1868[31]
Viking 38 860 tons consortium of Dundee merchants Iron Screw Steamer 28 January 1869[32]
Chacabuco 39 1008 tons Balfour, Williamson and Company, Liverpool. Intended for voyages to Sydney Iron Screw Steamer 27 April 1869[33]
Libra 41 617 tons General Steam Navigation Company Steamer 10 July 1869[34]
Asturias 42 260 tons 22 September 1869[35]
Lota 40 762 tons Balfour, Williamson and Company, Liverpool Iron screw steamer 6 November 1869[36]
Maormer 43 881 tons 17 February 1870[37]
Agrigento 44 995 tons 1870
Virgo 46 1000 tons Iron Screw Steamer 8 November 1870[38]
Jose A. Morene 45 535 tons 30 May 1870[39]
Covadonga 47 590 tons Iron Screw Steamer 24 September 1870[40]
Strathtay 48 1081 tons William Thomson, Dundee 8 March 1871[41]
Thane 49 1074 tons R. A. Mudie and Company, Dundee 22 April 1871[42]
Ariel 50 1107 tons Blythe Brothers, London to trade between London and Brazil 17 June 1871[43]
Chesapeake 52 1215 tons J.A. Dunkerley, Hull Iron Screw Steamer 8 April 1872[44]
Rainbow 53 1088 tons General Steam Navigation Company Iron Screw Steamer 28 October 1871[45]
Shannon 51 1210 tons Dunkerley, Hull 19 August 1871[46]
Selinunte 54 1290 tons Built for Italian owners for the Mediterranean trade 27 January 1872[47]
Kenilworth 55 2537 tons Williamson, Milligan and Company, Liverpool 20 August 1872[48]
Malaga 57 1007 tons Malcolm and Company, London for the Mediterranean iron ore trade Steamer 18 September 1872[49]
Pelayo 58 700 tons Steamer 13 January 1873[50]
SS Abbotsford 56 2537 tons Williamson, Milligan and Company of Liverpool 29 March 1873[51]
Taormina 60 1570 tons Trinacria Steam Navigation Company Schooner rigged Iron Screw Steamer 13 May 1873[52]
Butuam 61 463 tons Pickford of Manilla Iron Screw Steamer 7 August 1873[53]
Thibet 62 2600 tons Peninsular and Oriental Steamship Company Steamer 29 August 1874[54]
Teheran 59 2690 tons For the Peninsular and Oriental Steamship Company Steamer 20 March 1874[55]
Honfleur 64 London, Brighton and South Coast Railway Steamer 1875
Piles 63 300 tons Gijon Steam Navigation Company Steamer 1 July 1874[56]
Zampa 66 United Steam Ship Company of Copenhagen. Cattle carrier Iron Paddle Steamer 1875
Riberhuus 67 840 tons United Steam Ship Company of Copenhagen. Cattle carrier Iron Paddle Steamer 20 May 1875[57]
Strathearn 68 1160 tons William Thomson, Dundee Iron Ship 3 August 1875[58]
Tern 69 Iron Screw 3 mast Steamer 16 August 1875[59]
Curlew 65 R. A. Mudie Screw steamer 8 February 1875[60]
Condor 71 500 tons General Steam Navigation Company, London Iron Screw Steamer 14 December 1875[61]
Hawk 72 Iron Screw Steamer 23 October 1875
Oaklands 73 1000 tons Iron Ship 28 March 1876[62]
Gijon 70 736 tons Senor Polo of Gijon Iron Screw Steamer 2 August 1875[63]
Stracathro 75 1200 tons Iron "Clipper" Ship 21 August 1876[64]
Arthurstone 76 Iron Clipper Ship 18 October 1876[65]
Aurora 77 Screw Steamer 25 July 1876[66]
Strathtay 78 1300 tons William Thomson of Dundee Steam Ship 13 January 1877[67]
Britannia 79 950 tons London Shipping Company Iron Screw Steamer 17 March 1877[68]
SS Bonnie Dundee 80 300 tons Screw Steamer 2 March 1877[69]
Barcelona 81 1850 tons William Thomson, Dundee Iron Screw Steamer 21 March 1878[70]
John O’Groat 82 Screw Steamer 28 May 1877[71]
Mayfield 83 Screw Steamer 28 July 1877[72]
Curfew 84 800 tons R. A. Mudie and Sons, coal merchants, Dundee Screw Steamer 8 September 1877[73]
Diamond 85 620 tons P.M. Duncan, coal merchant Screw Steamer 25 October 1877[74]
Emerald 86 620 tons P.M. Duncan, coal merchant Steam Ship 6 December 1877[75]
Kestrel 87 950 tons General Steam Navigation Company, London Iron Screw Steamer 5 March 1878[76]
Loch Leven 88 560 tons Screw Steamer 20 April 1878[77]
Loch Awe 89 560 tons Ireland, Leitch and Company Screw Steamer 3 July 1878[78]
Richmond 90 George Nicoll, Sydney 8 June 1878[79]
Loch Earn 91 Screw Steamer 26 September 1878[80]
Balmuir 92 1531 tons John Machan, Dundee Iron Screw Steamer 25 January 1879[81]
Lapwing 93 1214 tons General Steam Navigation Company, London Iron Screw Steamer 6 March 1879[82]
Amethyst 94 933 tons P.M. Duncan, Dundee Iron Screw Steamer 8 May 1879[83]
Aranco 95 800 tons Pacific Steam Navigation Company, Liverpool Iron Screw Steamer 24 April 1879[84]
Puchoco 96 800 tons Pacific Steam Navigation Company, Liverpool Iron Screw Steamer 18 June 1879[85]
Carlos 97 846 tons A. C. de Freitas and Company, Hamburg Iron Screw Steamer 22 July 1879[86]
Australian 98 362 tons G.B. Nicoll and Company, Sydney Iron Screw Steamer 4 September 1879[87]
Loch Garry 99 949 tons Ireland, Leitch and Company, Dundee Iron Screw Steamer 13 January 1880[88]
Loch Maree 100 947 tons Ireland, Leitch and Company, Dundee Iron Screw Steamer 25 February 1880[89]
Avlona 101 1953 tons William Thomson, Dundee Iron Screw Steamer 27 April 1880[90]
Lismore 102 339 tons G. and B. Nicoll, Sydney Iron Screw Steamer 10 February 1880[91]
Garnet 103 1004 tons P.M. Duncan, Dundee Iron Screw Steamer 22 May 1880[92]
Spey 104 1004 tons George Armistead and Company, Dundee Iron Screw Steamer 22 June 1880[93]
Loch Rannoch 105 1642 tons Ireland, Leitch and Company, Dundee Steel Screw Steamer 21 September 1880[94]
Ganges 106 2360 tons David Bruce and Company, Dundee Iron Screw Steamer 17 November 1880[95]
Carmona 107 3715 tons William Thomson, Dundee Iron Screw Steamer 28 April 1881[96]
Waverley 108 3096 tons Williamson, Milligan and Company, Liverpool Iron Screw Steamer 28 July 1881[97]
Merton Hall 109 4140 tons Alexander and Radcliffe’s Hall Line, Liverpool Steel Screw Steamer 22 December 1881[98]
Casino 110 425 tons B.B. Nicoll, Sydney Iron Screw Steamer 21 February 1882[99]
Mallard 111 1296 tons General Steam Navigation Company, London Iron Screw Steamer 4 May 1882[100]
Helen Nicoll 112 284 tons George Nicoll, Brisbane Iron Screw Steamer 21 February 1882[101]
Aston Hall 113 3568 tons Alexander and Radcliffe’s Hall Line, Liverpool Iron Screw Steamer 13 September 1882[102]
Isla 114 1130 tons North Sea Steamship Company, Dundee 19 June 1883[103]
Loch Tay 115 1310 tons Loch Line Company, Dundee Steamship 12 December 1882[104]
Eden Hall 116 3610 tons Alexander and Radcliffe’s Hall Line, Liverpool Iron Screw Steamer 25 April 1883[105]
Dundee 117 1565 tons Dundee, Perth and London Shipping Company Steel Screw Steamer 23 May 1883[106]
Peverill 118 3036 tons Williamson, Milligan and Company, Liverpool Steel Screw Steamer 9 February 1883[107]
Invertay 119 1289 tons Charles Barrie, Dundee Steel Screw Steamer 15 September 1883 [108]
Cygnet 120 1272 tons General Steam Navigation Company Steel Screw Steamer 20 September 1883[109]
Martos 121 1503 tons Senor Lister, Valencia Iron Screw Steamer 1 November 1883[110]
Indus 122 2486 tons David Bruce and Company, Dundee Steel Screw Steamer 10 April 1884[111]
Dracona 123 1903 tons William Thomson and Sons, Dundee Steel Screw Steamer 27 May 1884[112]
Escalona 124 1904 tons William Thomson and Sons, Dundee Steel Screw Steamer 10 July 1884[113]
Abden 135 376 tons London and Kirkcaldy Shipping Company 2 October 1884[114]
Richmond 126 628 tons Messrs B. B. Nicoll and Company of Sydney 19 May 1885[115]
Loch Etive 127 2315 tons Dundee Loch Line Shipping Company Steel Screw Steamer 21 January 1886[116]
Dundee (III) 128 1305 tons Dundee, Perth and London Shipping Company Steel Screw Steamer 7 November 1885[117]
Dean 129 1310 tons North Sea Steam Shipping Company Steel Screw Steamer 21 May 1887[118]
Theodora 130 477 tons Mr. Morton, London Steel Screw Steamer Yacht 7 May 1887[119]
Grebe 131 814 tons General Steam Navigation Company Steel Screw Steamer 8 July 1887[120]
Fremona 132 2900 tons William Thomson and Sons, Dundee Steel Screw Steamer 15 November 1887[121]
Gerona 133 3100 tons William Thomson and Sons, Dundee Steel Screw Steamer 9 August 1888[122]
Ardle 134 1390 tons North Sea Steam Shipping Company, Dundee Steel Screw Steamer 17 October 1888[123]
Dean 135 1476 tons George Armistead and Company, Dundee Steel Screw Steamer 17 January 1889[124]
Oceana 136 311 tons William Watkins and Company, London Iron Twin Screw Tug Steamer 27 March 1889[125]
Loch Katrine 137 1476 tons Dundee Loch Line Steam Ship Company Steel Screw Steamer 3 April 1889[126]
Parkmore (or Queensmore?) 138 3800 tons William Johnston and Company, Liverpool Steel Screw Steamer 9 November 1890[127]
Circassie 139 2241 tons N. Pacquet and Company, Marseilles Steel Screw Steamer 19 February 1890 [128]
Burrawong 140 391 tons John See, Sydney Twin Screw Steamer 12 September 1889[129]
Heron 141 879 tons General Steam Navigation Company, London Iron Screw Steamer 21 December 1889[130]
America 142 5020 tons National Steamship Company, Liverpool. Largest vessel built in Dundee to date Steel Hull 4 mast Steamer 26 November 1890[131]
Hirondelle 143 1610 tons General Steam Navigation Company, London Steel Screw Steamer 7 May 1890[132]
Bullarra 144 1725 tons Adelaide Steamship Company Steel Screw Steamer 11 September 1890[133]
Massilia 145 2965 tons French Steam Navigation Company to trade between Marseille and New York Steel Screw Steamer 10 January 1891[134]
Ptarmigan 146 780 tons General Steam Navigation Company Iron Screw Steamer 28 January 1891[135]
Richard King 147 327 tons Iron Twin Screw Tug Steamer 22 June 1891[136]
Assistance 148 214 tons Steel Screw Tug 1891
Mustang 149 387 tons Robert Thomson, Fenchurch Avenue, London Steel Screw Steamer 20 August 1891[137]
Athenai 150 2404 tons Companie Navigation a Vapeur Panhellenique, Piraeus Steel Screw Steamer 17 October 1891[138]
Sparti 151 2404 tons Companie Navigation a Vapeur Panhellenique, Piraeus Steel Screw Steamer 19 November 1891[139]
Byzantion 152 2404 tons Companie Navigation a Vapeur Panhellenique, Piraeus Steel Screw Steamer 14 January 1892[140]
London 153 1737 tons Dundee, Perth and London Shipping Company Steel Screw Steamer 15 March 1892[141]
Dungeness 154 1201 tons Clyde Shipping Company, Glasgow Iron Screw Steamer 12 May 1892[142]
Iona 155 3343 tons William Thomson and Sons, Dundee Steel Screw Steamer 7 September 1892[143]
Matim 156 3900 tons R.A. Mudie and Sons, Dundee Steel Screw Steamer 3 April 1893[144]
Villam 157 650 tons Leopold Schwarz Steel Screw Steamer 15 August 1893[145]
Nour-el-Bahr 158 Thomson and Campbell, London for Turkish owners Steel Screw Steamer 25 November 1893[146]
Scotia 159 223 tons Dundee Pleasure Boat Company Paddle Steamer 17 March 1894[147]
Fenerbahce 160 286 tons Joseph Constant of London for the Turkish Government Paddle Steamer 6 June 1894[148]
Haydarpascha 161 286 tons Joseph Constant of London for the Turkish Government Paddle Steamer 6 July 1894[149]
Juno 162 760 tons Straits Steamship Company, Singapore Steel Screw Steamer 24 May 1895[150]
Sardinia 163 1100 tons James Currie and Company, Leith Steel Screw Steamer 19 July 1895[151]
Oratios Couppas 164 2550 tons Nicolas Couppa, Marseilles Single Screw Steel Steamer 19 September 1895[152]
Puri 165 936 tons India Steam Navigation Company intended to trade between Calcutta and Chanballi Twin Screw Steamer 19 October 1895[153]
Progress 166 68 tons John P Bruce of Dundee Screw Tug 25 June 1895[154]
Pas De Carvalho 167 459 tons Amazon Steam Navigation Company of South America Steel Twin Screw Steamer 18 December 1895[155]
Antonia Olyntho 168 459 tons Amazon Steam Navigation Company, Paraguay Steel Twin Screw Steamer 11 January 1896[156]
Daniel Erno 169 644 tons Leopold Schwartz, Buda-Pesth Steel Screw Steamer 30 March 1896[157]
Rotterdam 170 1091 tons James Rankine and Son, Glasgow and Grangemouth Steel Screw Steamer 11 August 1896[158]
Hesperus 171 570 tons Commissioners of Northern Lights Steel Twin Screw Steamer 22 October 1896[159]
Excelsior 172 290 tons G. Nicoll of Sydney 17 February 1897[160]
Fenchurch 174 3290 tons David Bruce and Company, Dundee and London Screw Steamer 16 July 1897[161]
Euro 175 235 tons David Bruce and Company, London for the Adelaide Steam Tug Company Steel Screw Tug 22 April 1897[162]
SS Batavier II 176 1140 tons Nederlandsche Stoomboot Maatschappij (Netherlands Steamboat Company), Rotterdam Steel Screw Steamer 17 August 1897[163]
SS Batavier III 177 1140 tons Nederlandsche Stoomboot Maatschappij (Netherlands Steamboat Company), Rotterdam Steel Screw Steamer 14 September 1897[164]
Sir John 178 400 tons Government of Natal Iron & Steel Twin Screw Tug 1 June 1897[165]
Wellamo 179 1035 tons Finska Steamship Company, Helsingfors Steel Screw Steamer 25 November 1897[166]
Oihonna 180 1025 tons Finska Steamship Company, Finland Steel Screw Steamer 23 February 1898[167]
Eagle 181 620 tons General Steam Navigation Company of London. For passenger traffic on the Thames Paddle steamer 6 April 1898[168]
Coburg 182 930 tons James Currie and Company Steel Screw Steamer 3 mast 2 July 1898[169]
SS Arcturus 183 2050 tons Finska Steamship Company, Helsingfors, Finland Steel Screw Steamer 1 October 1898[170]
Polaris 184 2050 tons Finska Steamship Company, Helsingfors Screw Steamer 15 December 1898[171]
Zealandia 185 Steel Screw Steamer 29 March 1899[172]
Minto 186 Steel Screw Steamer 12 July 1899[173]
Belvoir Castle 187 Steel Screw Ketch 27 February 1899[174]
Dreadnought 188 Trawler 24 March 1899[175]
Marwarri 189 16 December 1899[176]
Defender 190 Steel Screw Trawler 24 March 1899[177]
Taymouth 191 Trawler, Steel Screw Ketch 1899
Tayside 192 Trawler 27 May 1899[178]
Ngapuhi 193 Steel Twin Screw Steamer 18 April 1900[179]
Norfolk 194 Paddle steamer 25 April 1900[180]
Lady North 195 Twin Screw Steamer 18 May 1900[181]
Bengali 196 Steel Screw Steamer 20 December 1900[182]
Monte Video 197 Single Screw 3 July 1901[183]
Ingerid 198 Single Screw 19 April 1901[184]
Kuranda 199 11 October 1901[185]
Harry Escombe 200 Steel & Iron Twin Screw Steamer 14 November 1901[186]
SS Cromer 201 Steel Twin Screw Steamer 1902
SS Brussels 202 Twin Screw Passenger Steamer 26 March 1902[187]
Victoria 203 21 June 1902[188]
SS Batavier IV 204 17 October 1902[189]
SS Batavier V 205 28 November 1902[190]
Kirkcaldy 206 Steel Screw Steamer 13 December 1902[191]
Rarawa 207 Steel Twin Screw Steamer 30 April 1903[192]
Yarmouth 208 Twin screw 24 July 1903[193]
Cleethorpes 209 Paddle Steamer 6 October 1903[194]
Alice 210 31 October 1903[195]
Neptune 211 Single Screw 13 February 1904[196]
No 1 212 Great Central Railway Tug 1904
No 2 213 Great Central Railway Tug 1904
Den of Kelly 214 Single Screw 3 February 1905[197]
Den of Mains 215 Steel Screw Steamer 5 June 1905[198]
SS Ada 216 London and South Western Railway Steel Screw Steamer 4 April 1905[199]
Lismore 217 30 September 1905[200]
Rio Mar 218 Steel Twin Screw Steamer 19 September 1905[201]
SS Bertha 219 London and South Western Railway Screw Steamer 9 November 1905[202]
Londres 220 Triple Screw Steamer 7 April 1906[203]
Woodcock 221 Steel Screw Steamer 7 June 1906[204]
Phrygie 223 Paquet and Co, Marseilles 15 November 1906[205]
Emanuel N. Underdown 225 Double ended ferry for Havana Harbour 4 October 1906[206]
SS Princess Ena 224 1198 London and South Western Railway Steel Twin Screw Steamer 25 May 1906[207]
Registan 222 21 August 1906[208]
Ulimaroa 226 11 July 1907[209]
Atalanta 227 Twin Screw 26 April 1907[210]
Titania 228 Steel Screw Steamer 19 March 1908[211]
Baron Gautsch 229 Steel Triple Screw Steamer 3 May 1908[212]
Prinz Hohenlohe 230 Triple Screw Steamer 30 April 1908[213]

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