Clommel







Clonmel


Type :
Iron paddlewheel steamer
Launched  :
1837
Builder :

Liverpool, England
Gross :
298 tons
Dimensions :
154.8 x 21.5 ft
Passenger capacity :
unknown
Speed :
unknown

There is little or no information about this vessel.

She was operated by Eyde Manning between 1840 and 1841and was the biggest steamship in Australia at the time.

Wrecked in victoria on January 2nd, 1841.

May also be called Clommel.

* This entry is pending deletion as it may not have been used in the harbour passenger trade at all *


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