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The Heritage Steamboat Trust

Details of some important surviving Historic Steamboats which are over 100 years old

Listed in alphabetical order

For more information on each boat visit these LINKS

Pinnace No.199

Birdie

Branksome

Consuta

Cygnet

Dolly

Donola

Eva

Mayflower

Osborne

Otto

Raven

Sabrina

Swallow

Waterlily

More surviving historic steam launches over 100 years old.

Alaska 60ft Thames passenger launch built 1883 - restored 1974 by Peter Freebody Commercially operational on the Thames
Artemis 20ft open launch built 1899 fitted with SS Kingdon patent quad Privatey owned - operational
Bramble 25ft cabin launch built around 1900 - fitted with Simson Denison compound Privately owned - operation
Elfin 31ft open launch built 1897 - four crank double compound by J.W. Restler Privately owned - awaiting restoration
Kariat 35ft open launch built 1897 - 35hp LIFU compound Privately owned - operational
Kittiwake 40ft cabon launch built 1898 - fitted with Sisson triple Museum owned - under restoration
Mischief 23ft open cutter built 1897 - fitted with Simpson Strickland compound Privately owned - operational
Nuneham 80ft Thames passenger launch built 1898 - fitted with Sisson triple Commercially operational on the Thames
Osprey 45ft cabin launch built 1902 - fitted with Sisson compound Museum owned - under restoration
San Toy 34ft cabin launch built 1901 - fitted with twin simple Privately owned - operational
Shamrock 46ft cabin launch built 1906 - fitted with Roger Mallinson twin Trust owned - operational
Streatley 85ft Thames passenger launch built 1905 - fitted with Sisson triple Commercially operational on the Thames
Windsor Belle 60ft Thames passenger launch built 1901 - restored by Peter Freebody - triple Private charter on the Thames