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No: 5046   Contributor: Richard Simpson   Year: 2011   Manufacturer: Scotts' of Bowling, United Kingdom   Country: United Kingdom
ss Carola

ss Carola undergoing restoration at the Scottish Maritime Museum, at Irvine Harbour.

Built by Scotts Bowling,
Engines by Ross & Duncan, Govan
Propulsion: Steam compound C2cy 10nhp 80ihp 8½kn
Built: 1898
Ship Type: Steam Yacht
Ship's Role: Visitor Attraction
Tonnage: 40grt 9nrt (1914: 15nrt)
Length: 65.0ft
Breadth: 13.1ft
Owner History: James Sr, James Jr & Charles Scott, Bowling
1959 Scott & Sons (Bowling) Ltd, Bowling
1963 James Manning, Glasgow
1971 Kenneth Gray, Sway Hants
1981 Plysolene Ltd, Southwater Sussex
1990 Z-Guard Zinc Anodes Ltd, Southwater Sussex
199x Scottish Maritime Museum, Irvine
Status: Static Role
Remarks: Originally built by Scotts of Bowling for family use.
Used as tug during WW1
At Scottish Maritime Museum, Irvine
Details from Clydebuilt
Picture added on 11 June 2011 at 08:18
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