PS Brighton

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Name: Brighton
Builder: Thomas B. Seath Rutherglen
Completed: 1883
Identification: O/N 83792
General characteristics
Class and type: Ferry
Tonnage: 417 gross tons
Length: 220.2 feet (67.1 m)
Beam: 23 feet (7.0 m)
Draught: 10.7 feet (3.3 m)

PS Brighton was a ferry constructed by Thomas B. Seath of Rutherglen in 1883 for the Sydney to Manly run.[1] She was hulked in 1916 and used as a storeship for timber exporters in Port Stephens. Her hull lies abandoned in The Duckhole at Port Stephens.


  1. ^ "ps Brighton". Clydebuilt ships. Retrieved 13 February 2012.

Coordinates: 32°40′06″S 152°07′33″E / 32.6684°S 152.1259°E / -32.6684; 152.1259