Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1866)
First Rebuild: Official Number: 71201 Propulsion: Sidewheel Dimensions: 81 x 13 -- 39 tons Rebuilt: Picton, Ontario, Canada in 1873
82x17x4 Owned by J. A. Porte, Picton 1871; T. Shannon, Picton 1874, 1877. Built 1863 as "canal boat", rebuilt steamer by J. Allen, Picton 1866. Engine 12½x36 (maker unknown). Bay of Quinte passenger boat. Passenger accommodation increased 1867. Rammed and sunk by "Bay of Quinte" 01/08/68 Mill Point (Deseronto). Badly damaged by fire 17/10/71 Picton, raised June 1873, rebuilt, renamed and relaunched about 10/10/73. Abandoned 1880."What is left" said to be rebuilt at Redmond yard, Picton spring 1883.
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