Steamship Waverley

Steamship Waverley
from Glasgow


Paddle Steamer Waverley sailing
Built in 1947 at A. & J. Inglis Pointhouse yard, Clyde, Scotland as a replacement for a previous Waverley that was sunk during World War II.
Call sign Measures in meter Tonnage Engine
Length Beam Draught Gross Net
  73.15 17.68 1.9 693   1546  
Two Cochran Marine Thermax three-pass wetback boilers.
Diagonal triple expansion engine with Stephenson's link-motion.


The engine room aboard paddle steamer Waverley

Weaverley engine-room
The engine room on board the Steamship Waverley. The engine-room-telegraph indicates "Finished with Engine" and hence the ship is safely moored.