List of Loch Lomond Steamers

Loch Lomond Steamers.

Name Year Built Builder Dimensions Tonnage  

  1. Marion 1818 David Napier 60’X13’ 50
  2. Lady of the Lake 1825  William Denny/Archibald McLauchlan 82X15’9” 62
  3. Euphrosyne 1827. William Denny/Archibald McLauchlan 74’X13’ 65
  4. Balloch 1835        John Wood &Co 99’6”X11’2” ??
  5. Loch Lomond 1835  David Napier 95’X15’7” 62
  6. Queen of Scots 1838.  Smith & Rodger 118’5”X15’7” 94
  7. Water Witch 1843. Cairo & Co 130’X15’ ??
  8. M. Of Breadalbane 1847. Denny Brothers 140’X17’1” 130 *
  9. Prince Albert 1850. William Denny & Brothers 138’1”X16’9” 109
  10. Pilot.                 1850.      William Denny & Brothers 137’4”X15’8” 192
  11. Queen Victoria.    1852.     Alexander Denny 131’7”X15’1” 93
  12. Prince of Wales 1859. Laurence Hill & Co 151’4”X18’1” 142
  13. Prince Concert.  1862.    Cairo & Co 151’3”X18’3” 169
  14. Princess of Wales.  1886.   Aitken & Mansell 142’6”X16’7” 118
  15. The Queen. 1883.   Cairo & Co 166’1”X20’3” 203
  16. Empress.   1888.  Napier, Shanks & Bell 165’X20’1” 229
  17. Princess May 1898.   A & J Ingles 165’3”X21’6” 256
  18. Prince George 1898. A & J Ingles 165’3”X21’6” 256
  19. Princess May.  1898. A & J Ingles. 165’6”X21’7”.    256
  20. Prince Edward.    1898.   A &J Ingles   175’X22’3” 304
  21. Queen Mary.   1905.  Napier & Millers.  130’X18’6”.   116 **
  22. Princess Patricia.  1905 J.I.Thornycroft (Southampton) 130’4”X18’ 120. ***
  23. M.V Countess Fiona. 1936.  William Denny & Brothers   90’11””X18’1”. 106. ****
  24. Maid of the Loch 1953. A& J Ingles 191’28’1”.  555 * Possibly not sailed on the Loch

** launched as Earl Godwin, sailing on the Thames, moved to Balloch , seriously damaged by fire, scrapped 1929, never sailed on the Loch.

*** Built as Shakespeare, entered service on Loch Lomond 1914 

**** not a steam vessel, formerly Countess of Breadalbane;Countess of Kempock, entered service on Loch Lomond 1982 to cover for Maid of the Loch uncertain future 

valeofleven.org.uk. Has a history of The Loch Lomond Steamers     By A Graham Lappin click on Loch Lomond Steamers page 

geograph.org.uk has excellent section on Loch Lomond Steamers