Glasgow And Ships Of The Clyde

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Wednesday, March 4, 1959 @ 0800
DATE is correct but ACTUAL TIME is unknown : the time shown is our best estimate
WARLIGHT (1919-1964 Steam engined general cargo Clyde puffer 82 feet long of Light Shipping / Ross & Marshall, Greenock) Own Page

WARLIGHT on passage from Port Ellen (Isle of Islay) to Glenarm (Northern Ireland)

Outward cargoLight-ship (= empty of cargo = no cargo on board)Port of RegistryGreenock (Firth of Clyde, Scotland, U.K.)
Net Tonnage60
Gross Tonnage135

WARLIGHT was on passage from Port Ellen (Isle of Islay)

to Glenarm (Northern Ireland) but turned back to shelter

at Crinan due to very strong Southerly gale : arrived at

Crinan 10 p.m.