|Builder:||Alexander Hall and Sons, Aberdeen|
|Fate:||Wrecked at the mouth of the Thames, 7 June 1873, on the Kentish Knock|
|Length:||157.8 ft (48.1 m)|
|Beam:||28.8 ft (8.8 m)|
|Draught:||17.8 ft (5.4 m)|
|Depth:||17.8 ft (5.4 m)|
|Sail plan:||fully rigged ship|
Stornoway was a British tea clipper built in Aberdeen, Scotland in 1850. She was owned by Jardine Matheson, and sold to Mackay & Co., London, in 1861. She is famous for her race with the clipper Chrysolite. During her lifetime the Stornoway was commanded by various Masters:
|Name||Capt. John Robertson||Capt. H. L. Hart||Capt. Watson||Capt. Tomlins||Capt. J. Waugh||Capt. G. Greener|
- MacGregor, David R. (1983). The Tea Clippers, Their History and Development 1833-1875. Conway Maritime Press Limited. p. 53. ISBN 0 85177 256 0.
- "Sailing Ships: Stornoway (1850)". Retrieved 2011-09-24.
- Lubbock, Basil (1921). The Colonial Clippers (2nd ed.). Glasgow: James Brown & Son. pp. ii. OCLC 1750412.
- Aberdeen Maritime Museum, Aberdeen City Council. "Aberdeen Ships – STORNOWAY". Retrieved 2011-09-24.
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