Glasgow And Ships Of The Clyde

Ships Listed Alphabetically


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    1. ABBEVILLE (LTC 4041) (Admiralty, London)
    2. ABBEYDALE (1937-1960 1st Dale Class Freighting Tanker Pennant X32/A109 of Royal Fleet Auxiliary, London) (London (UK))
    3. ABEL TASMAN
    4. ABERFORD
    5. ABILITY (1943 - 1975 General cargo coaster 203 feet long of F T Everard, London) (London)
    6. ABISKO ( 1955-1964 Swedish ore carrier) (Sweden)
    7. ABRAHAM CLARK (1942-1947 "Liberty" type general cargo ship 441 feet long of United States War Shipping Administration. USA (Los Angeles (California, USA))
    8. ABU SIMBEL (1961-1989 General cargo ship of United Arab Maritime Company, Alexandria, Egypt)) (Alexandria (Egypt))
    9. ACACIA V
    10. ACADIA 1938-1963 General cargo ship of A/S Acadia, Drammen, Norway) (Drammen (Norway))
    11. ACCRA (1947- 1967 Passenger / cargo liner 453 feet long of Elder Dempster Lines, Liverpool)) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    12. ACHILLES ( 1957 - 1972 Cargo liner 491 feet long of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    13. ACMAEA (1959 - 1986 Oil product tanker of Maatschappij Tot Financiering van bedrijspande N.V (Shell Tanker BV Rotterdam as manager) (s'Gravenhage (Hague, Netherlands) (Dutch flag))
    14. ACT 11
    15. ACT 6
    16. ACT 7
    17. ACTUALITY (1945-1963 General cargo coaster of F T Everard, London) (London)
    18. ADA FERRER (General cargo coaster) (Valencia (Spain))
    19. ADAK (1959-1976 Ore carrier of Grangesberg-Oxelosund, Sweden : Scrapped 1984) (Stockholm (Sweden))
    20. ADAMASTOS (1961-1970 General cargo ship of Empros Line, Greece) (Piraues, Greece)
    21. ADAPTITY (1945-1970 General cargo 3-island type coaster of F T Everard, London) (London (England, UK))
    22. ADELAIDE STAR (1950-1975 Refrigerated cargo liner 552 feet long of Blue Star Line / Lamport & Holt Line, London)) (London (England, UK))
    23. ADHERENCE (Coaster in 1947)
    24. ADITYA VIKRAM
    25. ADJUTANT (1954-1966 Cargo vessel 246 feet long of General Steam Navigation Company, London) (London)
    26. ADMINISTRATOR ( 1958 - 1978 General cargo liner 489 feet long of T & J Harrison's Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    27. ADRASTUS ( 1954 - 1978 "A" class General cargo liner 489 feet long of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    28. ADRIATIC (1907-1935 Passenger Liner of White Star Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    29. ADRIATIC COAST (General cargo coaster of Coast Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    30. ADVENT ( 1958 - 1969 General cargo coaster 135 feet long of Derk Bosscher, Groningen, Holland)) (Groningen (Holland))
    31. ADVENTURER (1960-1980 Cargo liner 490 feet long 15 knot of Charente S S Co / T & J Harrison, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    32. ADVISER (General cargo liner of T & J Harrison, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    33. ADVOCATE (1971-1972 General cargo liner 482 feet long of T & J Harrison Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    34. AENEAS ( 1947 - 1972 "A" class Cargo liner 487 feet long of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool)  (Liverpool)
    35. AFGHANISTAN (1946-1962 General cargo ship 454 feet long of F C Strick Company, London) (London (England, UK))
    36. AFGHANISTAN (1957-1972 Ore carrier 526 feet long of Common Brothers/ Hindustan Shipping, Newcastle) (Newcastle (England))
    37. AFRIC
    38. AFRICA MARU
    39. AFRICA PALM (1953-1972 General cargo ship 452 feet long of Palm Line, London) (London (UK))
    40. AFRICAN PILGRIM
    41. AFRICAN PLANET
    42. AGAPENOR ( 1947 - 1975 General cargo liner of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line's "A" class (Liverpool)
    43. AGBERI (1905-1917 General cargo ship of Elder Dempster Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    44. AGROMAYOR (1960- General cargo coastal ship) (Spain)
    45. AJAX (1958-1972 General cargo liner of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    46. AJOY ( 1960 - ? a bucket dredger 185 feet long of Commissioners for the Port of Calcutta, Calcutta) (Calcutta, India)
    47. AKADEMIK GORBUNOV (USSR (Russia))
    48. AKADEMIK KOMAROV (1946 - A three-island general cargo coaster 253 feet long of USSR Fleet) (U.S.S.R.)
    49. AKADEMIK PAVLOV (1956-1964 General cargo ship of USSR Baltic Shipping, Leningrad)  (USSR (Russia))
    50. AKAROA (1968-1971 Passenger/cargo liner of Shaw Savill Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    51. AKITA MARU (1952- 1973 General cargo ship : Scrapped 1980) (Tokyo (Japan))
    52. AL ZAKAZIK
    53. ALABAMA
    54. ALABAMAN
    55. ALARIC (1958-1972 Cargo liner of Shaw Savill & Albion Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    56. ALAUNIA (1960-1969 Cargo liner 490 feet long of Cunard Line) (Liverpool)
    57. ALAUNIA (1925-1944 Passenger/cargo liner of Cunard Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    58. ALBATROSS ( 1925-1970 Lightship 102 feet long of Commissioners of Irish Lights, Dublin) (Dublin)
    59. ALBEMARLE (1955-1957 General cargo liner of Prince Line / Furness Withy Group) (London (England, UK))
    60. ALBISTAN ( 1948 - 1971 General cargo ship 442 feet long of F C Strick Line, London) (London)
    61. ALCANTARA (Passenger liner of Royal Mail Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    62. ALCHYMIST (1950-1969 Coastal tanker 62m long of F T Everard, London: Scrapped 1969) (London (UK))
    63. ALDERSGATE (1960-1969 Ore carrier 525 feet long of Bishopsgate Shipping / Silver Line, London) (London)
    64. ALEKSANDR PUSHKIN (1965- Passenger liner of USSR) (Vladivostock (USSR))
    65. ALERT (1961-1981 H.M.Telegraph Ship 417 feet long 14 knots of H M Postmaster General, London) ) (Southampton (England))
    66. ALEX
    67. ALEXANDRA (General cargo coaster) (Liverpool (England))
    68. ALEXANDRA SARTORI (Hamburg Chicago Linie) (Kiel, Germany)
    69. ALFONSO (1950-1966 General cargo ship) (Belgium)
    70. ALFONSO CUARTO (1960- General cargo coaster 204 feet long of Compañia del Golfo de Viscaya, Bilbao) (Bilbao (Spain))
    71. ALFONSO TERCERO (1960-1969 General cargo coaster length 70 metres of Cia. Maritima Golfo de Viscaya, Bilbao, Spain) (Bilbao (Spain))
    72. ALFRED MASON
    73. ALFRED EVERARD ( 1957 - general cargo coaster of F.T. Everard, London) (London)
    74. ALHAMA (1953-1962 General cargo ship 335 feet long of John Bruce Company / Mossgiel Shipping /Ellerman Papayanni) (Glasgow)
    75. ALI DAMHOF (1957-1974 General cargo coaster 50.59m 154 feet long 10 knots of J Damhof, Delfzijl) (Delfzijl.((Holland))
    76. ALIAKMON
    77. ALKIMOS ( 1947 - 1964 Liberty-type tramp cargo ship 442 feet long of Alkimos Shipping Company, Greece) (Greece)
    78. ALLEGHENY (Tanker)
    79. ALMANZORA (1915-1920 completed as Auxiliary cruiser then 589 feet long 1930-1939 Passenger liner of Royal Mail Lines then 1939-1947 Troop Transport) (London (England, UK))
    80. ALMERIAN (1956-1962 then 1964-1966 General cargo ship of Ellerman & Papayanni Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    81. ALPET 6 (newly built Barge)
    82. ALPHERAT (In 1954 a passenger and cargo ship of Rotterdam South America Line (Rotterdam-Zuid Amerika Lijn) and operated by Van Nievelt, Goudriaan & Co. Stoomvaart Maatschappij, Rotterdam) (Rotterdam (Netherlands))
    83. ALSATIA (1951-1963 General cargo liner 503 feet long of Cunard Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    84. ALSATIAN (1914-1917 Passenger Liner 600 feet 4-screw 20 knots of Allan Line)
    85. ALT DUBH (Small motor vessel) (Glasgow)
    86. ALTNES (1965-1967 General cargo ship of A/S Kristian Jebsens Rederi, Norway)  (Bergen, Norway)
    87. AMANDA MILLER
    88. AMAPOLA 1
    89. AMARNA (1949-1967 then 1968-1971 General cargo ship of Moss Hutchison Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    90. AMBULANT (1959-1962 and 1962-1964 a Dutch coastal cargo ship 180 feet long) (Holland)
    91. AMENITY (1944 - 1968 General cargo coaster 211 feet long of F T Everard, London) (London)
    92. AMERICA (1946-1964 Passenger Liner of United States Lines, New York) (New York (USA))
    93. AMERICA STAR (1963-1982 Gereral cargo liner of Blue Star Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    94. AMERICAN BANKER (1945-1963 General cargo ship of United States Lines, New York : Scrapped in 1971) (New York (USA))
    95. AMERICAN BUILDER (General cargo ship of United States Lines, New York) (New York, USA)
    96. AMERICAN CHAMPION (Cargo liner of United States Lines, New York) (New York (USA))
    97. AMERICAN CHIEF (New York (USA))
    98. AMERICAN CLIPPER (1946- 1969 cargo ship 458 feet long of United States Line, New York) (New York)
    99. AMERICAN CORSAIR (General cargo ship of United States Line, New York) (New York (USA))
    100. AMERICAN COURIER (New York (USA))
    101. AMERICAN FLYER (New York (USA))
    102. AMERICAN FORESTER (General cargo liner of United States Lines, New York) (New York, USA)
    103. AMERICAN FORWARDER (1946-1970 General cargo ship of United States Lines, New York : Scrapped 1972) (New York, USA)
    104. AMERICAN HARVESTER (General cargo ship of United States Lines, New York) (New York, USA)
    105. AMERICAN IMPORTER ( 1945 - 1969 C"-type cargo / 12 passengers ship 459 feet long of United States Line) (New York)
    106. AMERICAN INVENTOR (General cargo ship of United States Line, New York) (New York (USA))
    107. AMERICAN LEADER (General cargo ship of United States Line, New York) (New York (USA))
    108. AMERICAN MANUFACTURER (1948-1968 General cargo ship of United States Lines, New York) (New York, USA)
    109. AMERICAN PACKER (1948-1970 General cargo ship of United States Line, New York) (New York (USA))
    110. AMERICAN PLANTER (General cargo ship of United States Lines, New York) (New York (USA))
    111. AMERICAN PRESS (1948-1967 General cargo ship of United States Line, New York) (New York (USA))
    112. AMERICAN REPORTER (General cargo ship of United States Lines, New York) (New York, USA)
    113. AMERICAN SCIENTIST (1947 - 1969 cargo ship of United States Line) (New York)
    114. AMERICAN SCOUT (United States Line) (New York (USA))
    115. AMERICAN SHIPPER (General cargo ship of United States Lines, New York) (New York (USA))
    116. AMERICAN TRAVELER (General cargo ship of United States Lines, New York) (New York, USA)
    117. AMERICAN VETERAN (1946-1968 A 15.5 knot general cargo ship of United States Lines, New York) (New York (USA))
    118. AMETHYST (1958- General cargo coaster 258 feet long of William Robertson's Gem Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    119. AMITY (Inshore fishing trawler) (Girvan (Firth of Clyde))
    120. AMOCO TEXAS
    121. AMOKURA
    122. AMPHITRITE
    123. AMPOL SAREL
    124. AMSTELKROON (1952-1968 General cargo ship of Rederij N.V. "Amsterdam", Netherlands (Netherlands)
    125. AMVOURGON (1972-1975 General cargo ship of Empros Line, Greece) (Greece)
    126. ANADARA ( 1959 - 1978 Crude/oil products tanker of Tanker Finance/Shell Tankers, London) (London)
    127. ANADOLU KAVAGI ( 1961 - 1986 Passenger ferry of Istanbul Ferries, Istanbul, Turkey) (Istanbul, Turkey)
    128. ANCHISES ( 1947 - 1973 General cargo liner 489 feet long of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    129. ANDALUCIA STAR (1929-1942 Passenger/cargo liner of Blue Star Line, London : 1942 torpedoed and sunk off West Africa; loss of 7 lives.) (London (UK))
    130. ANDALUSIAN (1950-1962 and 1964-1966 General cargo liner 376 feet long of Ellerman Papayanni Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    131. ANDANIA (1913-1914 Passenger liner 540 feet long of Cunard Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    132. ANDANIA (1960-1969 Refrigerated / General cargo liner 490 feet long of Cunard Line) (Liverpool)
    133. ANDES (1939-1945 Troopship then 1945 - 1959 Passenger Liner then 1959-1971 cruise ship of Royal Mail Lines, London) (London (England, UK))
    134. ANDES MARU (General cargo ship of O.S.K. Line (Osaka Shosen Kaisha) (Japan)
    135. ANDHIKA ANURAGA
    136. ANDONI PALM (1958-1976 General cargo liner 473 feet long of Palm Line, London) (Liverpool)
    137. ANDORA
    138. ANDRES QUINTANA ROO (1974- Pennant P-01 Azteca-class Fishery protection vessel 112 feet long of Mexican Navy) (Mexico)
    139. ANDRIA (1951-1963 Cargo liner of Cunard Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    140. ANGHYRA (Greece)
    141. ANGLIA (In 1959 General cargo ship)
    142. ANGLIAN (1947 - 1963 general cargo liner 308 feet long of Ellerman Line (Ellerman & Papayanni)) (Liverpool)
    143. ANGULARITY (1946-1967 General cargo coaster of F T Everard, London) (London (UK))
    144. ANGVALD
    145. ANINA
    146. ANN MARIE (Motor fishing vessel TT150)
    147. ANNA HENNY (1952-1965 General cargo coaster 53 metres long of Evert Smid & Cornelis Tammes, Groningen) (Groningen, Holland)
    148. ANNI NUBEL (1956-1967 A 2-deck General cargo ship 259 feet long of Emder Dampfer-Kompagnie A.G., Emden) (Emden (Germany))
    149. ANNICK (1947-1954 General cargo coaster of J.K. Campbell, Irvine) (Irvine (Firth of Clyde, Scotland, U.K.))
    150. ANONITY (1947-1966 Coastal tanker 193 feet long 59m of F T Everard, London : Scrapped 1970) (London (England, UK))
    151. ANRO ASIA
    152. ANTENOR (1924-1953 General cargo ship of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    153. ANTENOR (1957-1970 General cargo liner of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    154. ANTILLES (1953-1971 Passenger Liner of Compagnie Generale Transatlantique French Line, Le Havre (Le Havre (France))
    155. ANTILOCHUS (1949-1976 General cargo liner 487 feet long of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line and associated Companies, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    156. ANTILOPE (1945-1966 General cargo coaster 38 meters long of Kant Gruno / A. Wester, Netherlands) (Netherlands)
    157. ANTIOPE (1958-1964 Formerly Johnston Warren Line's JESSMORE, General cargo ship 432 feet long of Maritime & Commercial Corp. Inc. / Bernardo Burger, Panama :Scrapped in 1971) (Panama)
    158. ANTONIA
    159. ANTONIO LEMOS (1900-1904 Stern paddle wheeler steam river passenger / cargo steamer 170 feet long of Amazon Steam Navigation Company, Para, Brasil) (Para (Brasil))
    160. ANTRIM COAST (1937-1964 a general cargo coaster 209 feet long of Coast Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    161. ANTRIM PRINCESS (1967- Passenger and vehicle ferry of British Railways "Sealink") (Stranraer (Scotland))
    162. ANTUR (Aberystwyth, Wales)
    163. ANZAC (1939-1976 Clyde puffer 66 feet long of J & J Hay Ltd, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    164. AORANGI (1924-1940 Passenger liner of Union Steamship Company, then 1940-1946 Troopship and Depot ship, then 1948-1953 Passenger Liner 600 feet long of Union S.S. Company) (New Zealand)
    165. APAPA (1948-1968 Passenger and cargo liner 471 feet long of Elder Dempster Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    166. APEXITY ( 1952 - 1964 Harbour and coastal oiler 100 feet long of F T Everard Company, London) (London)
    167. APNIA
    168. APOLLON
    169. APPAM (1912-1917 then 1919-1936 Cargo liner of Elder Dempster Line, Liverpool, 1936 scrapped) (Liverpool (England))
    170. AQUEITY ( 1949 - 1964 a bridge-amidships coastal tanker 201 feet long of F T Everard, London) (London)
    171. AQUITANIA (1914-1919 Armed Merchant Cruiser then Troopship then Hospital Ship then Troopship: 1919 -1939 Returned to Cunard Line as Passenger Liner: 1939-1948 Troopship: 1950 Scrapped (Liverpool (England, UK))
    172. ARABIA (1948-1963 General cargo ship of Cunard Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    173. ARABIC (1956-1968 Refrigerated and general cargo liner of Shaw Savil and Albion,London) (London)
    174. ARABY (1947-1961 Cargo liner of Royal Mail Lines, London) (London (England, UK))
    175. ARAGONA
    176. ARAKAKA (1946-1963 General cargo ship of Booker Line, Liverpool : Scrapped 1972) (Liverpool (England))
    177. ARAMAIC (1957-1968 General cargo ship of Shaw Savill & Albion Lines, London) (London (UK))
    178. ARANDORA STAR (1929-1940 Passenger/cargo liner of Blue Star Line, London : 1940 torpedoed and sunk in Atlantic; loss of 805 lives.) (London (UK))
    179. ARAWA BAY
    180. ARBITRATOR (1951-1970 Cargo liner of Thos & Jas Harrison Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    181. ARCA (1959-1978 "A-class" Oil products tanker of Shell Tankers N.V., Rotterdam) (s'Gravenhage (Hague, Netherlands))
    182. ARCADIA (1954-1979 Passenger liner / Cruise ship of P & O Lines, London) (London (England, UK))
    183. ARCADIAN (1960 - 1974 General cargo liner 366 feet long of Ellerman & Papayanni Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    184. ARDENNES (Landing craft / Her Majesty's Army Vessel pennant number L4001) (Ministry of Defence, London)
    185. ARDTARA (1964-1967 General cargo ship of Mullion & Co. Ltd., Hong Kong : Scrapped in 1972) (Glasgow (UK))
    186. ARDUITY (1946-1969 Coastal Tanker 234ft long of F T Everard, London) (London (England, UK))
    187. ARGENTINA STAR (1947-1972 Refrigerated cargo/passenger liner of Blue Star Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    188. ARGONAFTIS (1946-1958 Submarine 204 feet long (64m) U-15 of the Hellenic Navy, Greece  (Greece)
    189. ARGYLE (2006- Passenger and vehicle ferry of Caledonian MacBrayne, Gourock) (Glasgow (UK))
    190. ARGYLL FLYER (2011- A 188- Passenger ferry 30m long of Argyll Ferries, Ferry Terminal, Gourock) (Glasgow (UK))
    191. ARGYLLSHIRE ( 1956 - 1975 General cargo liner 470 feet long of Clan Line/ Scottish Shire Line)) (Glasgow)
    192. ARIANTA (1959-1978 Oil tanker 560 feet long 14.5 knots of Shell Tankers U.K.) (London)
    193. ARISTIDES
    194. ARIZONA (1960-1967 General cargo ship of Det Forenede Dampsskibselskap DFDS Copenhagen Denmark.) (Kobenhavn (Copenhagen, Denmark))
    195. ARJEPLOG (1956-1965 Ore carrier of Trafik A/B Grangesberg-Oxelosund, Sweden) (Gothenburg (Sweden))
    196. ARKO GLORY
    197. ARLANZA (1960-1968 Part refrigerated cargo/passenger liner of Royal Mail Lines, London) (London)
    198. ARLINGTON
    199. ARMANISTAN (1949-1965 General cargo ship of Frank C Strick Line, London) (London)
    200. ARNHOLT
    201. ARRAN (1953-1979 Passenger and vehicle ferry 186 feet (57 metres) of Caledonian Steam Packet Company, Gourock) (Glasgow)
    202. ARRAN MAIL (1936-1951 General cargo coaster 95ft long of L.M.S. Railway Company / Caledonian Steam Packet Co.Ltd.) (Glasgow (UK))
    203. ARROW (1966-1985 General cargo coaster of Beck's Scheepvaartkantoor N.V., Groningen, Netherlands Owner: Rederij Arrow, Groningen, Netherlands ) (Groningen (Netherlands))
    204. ARTEMIS
    205. ARTHUR PHILLIP
    206. ARUNDEL CASTLE (1921-1958 Passenger / cargo liner of Union Castle Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    207. ASCANIA (1911-1918 Passenger liner 482 feet long of Cunard Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    208. ASCANIA (1925- 1939 and 1947-1957 Passenger liner of Cunard Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    209. ASCANIUS (1950-1972 then 1973-1976 General cargo liner of Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool)  (Liverpool (England))
    210. ASHANTI PALM (1949 - 1962 general cargo liner (ex- ASHANTIAN) 456 feet long of Palm line, London) (London)
    211. ASHDOD (1958 - 1969 General cargo ship 265 feet long of Zim Israel Line) (Haifa (Israel))
    212. ASHTON (1938-1965 a twin-screw 72-Passenger ferry 63 feet long of Caledonian Steam Packet Company, Gourock) (Glasgow (UK))
    213. ASIA (1947-1963 General cargo liner of Cunard Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    214. ASKJA (1957- General cargo ship of Eimskipafelag Reykjavikur, Iceland) (Reykjavik (Iceland))
    215. ASKOT
    216. ASLEET (In 1952 a sailing yacht) (UK)
    217. ASMIDISTE (General cargo ship)
    218. ASPHALION (1962-1966 General cargo liner of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    219. ASSIOUT ( 1949 - 1973 General cargo ship of Moss Hutchison Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    220. ASSYRIA (1950-1963 General cargo liner of Cunard Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    221. ASTERIA (1929-1954 General cargo coaster 171 feet long of William Robertson's Gem Line, Glasgow : Stranded 1954) (Glasgow (UK))
    222. ASTRONOMER (1951-1970 General cargo Liner 12 knots speed of Charente Steamship / T & J Harrison Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    223. ASTURIAS (1945-1957 Troop ship / Emigrant ship of British Government, London) (London (England))
    224. ASTYANAX (1948-1957 transferred to Glen Line, renamed Glenfruin, 1962 reverted to Astyanax, 1972 scrapped.) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    225. ATENA (General cargo coaster 176 feet long)
    226. ATHELSTANE (1955-1969 Cargo-tanker / oil products tanker of Athel Line Ltd, London : Scrapped 1969)  (London (UK))
    227. ATHENIA ( 1923-1939 Passenger and cargo liner 526 feet long of Donaldson Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    228. ATHENIC (1946-1969 Refrigerated cargo liner of Shaw Savill Line, London) (London)
    229. ATHLONE CASTLE (1934-1965 Passenger / cargo liner of Union Castle Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    230. ATHOS (Oil products tanker)
    231. ATLANTA ( 1959 - 1988 Lighthouse tender of Commissioners of Irish Lights, Dublin) (Dublin)
    232. ATLANTIC
    233. ATLANTIC (1955-1969 General cargo coaster 59m long of N.V. Scheepvaartkantoor Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands Owner: Rederij 'Atlantic', Groningen, Netherlands ) (Groningen (Netherlands))
    234. ATLANTIC FAITH ( 1958 - Ore/ bulk oil carrier) (Liberia)
    235. ATLANTIDE (1959-1974 General cargo coaster 61.8meters 203ft long of N.V. Scheepvaartkantoor Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands Owner: Rederij 'Atlantide', Groningen, Netherlands) (Groningen (Netherlands))
    236. ATREO ( 1957 - 1979 General cargo ship 484 feet long of Soc. Ligure Armamento, Genova, Italy) (Italy)
    237. ATREUS ( 1951-1977 cargo liner 487 feet long of Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    238. AUALEUN (General cargo ship 470 feet long)
    239. AUCKLAND STAR ( 1958 - 1978 cargo liner 573 feet long of Blue Star Line, London) (London)
    240. AUDACIA (1951-1963 General cargo coaster 50.46 metres of C. Minnaar, Overschie, Netherlands) (Overschie, Netherlands)
    241. AUDREY
    242. AUGVALD (1958-1969 General cargo liner 430 feet long of Norwegian owners) (Norway)
    243. AUK (1949-1965 General cargo ship on short sea and Mediterranean service for General Steam Navigation Company Ltd, London) (London)
    244. AURANIA (1924-1939 Passenger/cargo liner of Cunard Line, Liverpool : 1939 Armed Merchant Cruiser, 1942 sold to Admiralty as fleet repair ship renamed HMS Artifex.) (Liverpool (England))
    245. AUREITY (1951-1968 Coastal tanker 203 feet long of F T Everard, London) (London (England, UK))
    246. AUREOL (1951- Passenger(550) / general cargo liner 480 feet long of Elder Dempster) (Liverpool)
    247. AURIGA G (1954-1971 General cargo coaster 49.5 metres long of Carebeka N.V., Groningen, Netherlands Owner: Jan Kuiper & Egbert Mooij, Groningen, Netherlands) (Groningen, Netherlands)
    248. AURIVAARA (1961-1976 Ore carrier of Grangens AB Stockholm Sweden.) (Sweden)
    249. AUSTERLAND (Cargo ship around 1955-1960)
    250. AUSTRALIA
    251. AUSTRALIA STAR (!935 - 1964 General cargo liner 543 feet long of Blue Star Line, London) (Belfast)
    252. AUSTRALIA STAR (In 1986)
    253. AUSTRALIAN ADVANCE
    254. AUSTRALIAN ESCORT
    255. AUSTRALIAN PROGRESS
    256. AUSTRALIAN PURPOSE
    257. AUSTRALIAN TRADER
    258. AUSTRALIAN VENTURE
    259. AUTHOR (Cargo liner 1958-1978 of T & J Harrison, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    260. AUTOLYCUS (1949-1976 General cargo liner 487 feet long of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    261. AUTOMEDON (1949-1971 General cargo ship of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    262. AVAFORS (1959-1976 Ore carrier of Grangesberg-Oxelosund, Sweden : Scrapped 1983 ) (Gothenburg, Sweden)
    263. AVERITY (1954-1972 Harbour oil bunkering vessel 45 metres long of F T Everard Ltd., London)) (London (England, UK))
    264. AVILA STAR (1929-1942 Passenger/cargo liner of Blue Star Line, London : 1942 torpedoed and sunk off Azores; loss of 73 lives.) (London (UK))
    265. AVIOR (formerly BRONNOY)
    266. AVISGLEN (1954-1961 Tramp general cargo ship of Aviation Shipping Company, London) (London)
    267. AVONWOOD (1944-1960 General cargo ship of Joseph Constantine, Middlesborough) (Middlesborough, England)
    268. AVRANCHES
    269. AVRISTAN (1942 - 1963 general cargo liner 443 feet long of F C Strick Company, London) (London)
    270. AXINITE (1929-1955 General cargo coaster 180 feet long of William Robertson Gem Line, Glasgow : Scrapped in 1959)  (Glasgow (UK))
    271. AYRESS (2002- General cargo ship 80m long) (Portsmouth (England))
    272. AYRSHIRE ( 1957 - 1965 General cargo liner 534 feet long of Scottish Shire Line / Clan Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)

    B

    1. B 302 (Dumb barge) (Sliedrecht (Netherlands))
    2. B 401 (Dumb barge) (Sliedrecht (Netherlands))
    3. B 402 (Dumb Barge) (Sliedrecht (Netherlands))
    4. B P DISTRIBUTOR (Coastal oil/product tanker) (London)
    5. B P MARKETER (1952-1964 Coastal oil products tanker of Shell Mex & B P, London)  (London (UK))
    6. B P REFINER (1952-1964 Coastal oil tanker of Shell Mex & BP, London) (London)
    7. BA101 Fishing boat ... in 1953 (U.K.)
    8. BA131 (Fishing boat ... in 1953) (U.K.)
    9. BA18 Fishing boat ... in 1953 (U.K.)
    10. BA202 Fishing boat ... in 1953 (U.K.)
    11. BA246 (Fishing boat ..... in 1953) (U.K.)
    12. BA327 (Fishing boat .... in 1953) (U.K.)
    13. BAGH-e-KARACHI (1964- General cargo ship of Pakistan National Shipping Corporation, Karachi, Pakistan) (Karachi (Pakistan))
    14. BAKKAFOSS (Reykjavik (Iceland))
    15. BALANTIA
    16. BALI
    17. BALLARAT (1954-1968 General cargo liner 527 feet long of P & O, London) (London (England, UK))
    18. BALLYADAM (1952-1955 General cargo coaster of John Kelly, Belfast) (Belfast (Northern Ireland))
    19. BALLYALTON (1952-1956 General cargo coaster of John Kelly, Belfast : Scrapped 1956) (Belfast (Northern Ireland))
    20. BALLYARDS (1951-1955 General cargo coaster 125 feet long of John Kelly, Belfast : Scrapped 1955) (Belfast (Northern Ireland))
    21. BALLYARNOT (1952-1956 General cargo coaster of John Kelly, Belfast) (Belfast (Northern Ireland))
    22. BALLYCASTLE (In 1953 General cargo coaster of John Kelly, Belfast) (Belfast (Northern Ireland))
    23. BALLYCLARE (1951-1959 General cargo coaster of John Kelly Shipowners, Belfast) (Belfast (Northern Ireland))
    24. BALLYGALLY HEAD (1954-1968 General cargo ship of Head Line / Ulster Steamship Company, Belfast) (Belfast (Northern Ireland, UK))
    25. BALLYHAFT (230 feet)
    26. BALLYHILL (Belfast (Northern Ireland))
    27. BALLYLAGAN ( 1955-1970 General cargo coaster 255 feet long of John Kelly Shipowners, Belfast) (Belfast)
    28. BALLYLUMFORD (1954- 1971 General cargo coaster 72m long of John Kelly Ltd., Belfast) (Belfast (Northern Ireland))
    29. BALRANALD (1964-1968 General cargo ship 514 feet long of P & O Steam Navigation, London) (London)
    30. BALTIC COAST (1948- General cargo coaster of Coast Lines Limited, Liverpool)
    31. BALTIC IMPORTER (1953-1969 General cargo ship of United Baltic Corporation, London) (London (UK))
    32. BALTIC SEA (in 1971)
    33. BALUCHISTAN (General cargo liner of Frank C Strick Company, London) (London)
    34. BAMBOROUGH CASTLE (Sailing schooner in 1860)
    35. BAMBURGH CASTLE (1959 - 1976 Ore carrier of W A Souter Line (Bamburgh Shipping Company)) (Newcastle)
    36. BAMENDA PALM (1956-1972 General cargo liner of Palm Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    37. BANKURA (1959- 1971 General cargo liner 426 feet long of British India Steam Navigation Company, London) (London)
    38. BANNPRIDE (1953-1961 A 3-island type steam general cargo coaster 164 feet long of Thorn Line / S W Coe, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    39. BANNTHORN (1939-1946 then 1947-1949 then 1950-1954 General cargo coaster of Thorne Line / S. W. Coe, Liverpool : Scrapped 1954) (Liverpool (England))
    40. BANNTRADER (General cargo coaster of S W Coe, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    41. BARA
    42. BARBANIHALIS
    43. BARBER TAMPA
    44. BARDISTAN (Cargo liner of F C Strick Company, London) (London (England, UK))
    45. BARON ARDROSSAN (1954-1966 General cargo ship H. Hogarth & Co. / Baron Line, Glasgow : Scrapped in 1977) (Glasgow (UK))
    46. BARON INVERCLYDE (1954-1963 General cargo ship 139.2 metres long 12.5 knots of Hugh Hogarth Company, Glasgow) (Ardrossan (Scotland))
    47. BARON RAMSAY (1929-1959 General cargo ship 350 feet long of Hugh Hogarth Company, Glasgow) (Ardrossan (Scotland))
    48. BARON RENFREW (1935-1961 General cargo ship 401 feet long of Hugh Hogarth, Ardrossan) (Ardrossan (Scotland))
    49. BARRERAS PUENTE (1959-1970 General cargo coaster 49 metres long of A Pesquera Industrial Gallega, Vigo) (Vigo (a city in north-west Spain))
    50. BARRISTER (1954-1974 General cargo ship of Charente / T & J Harrison Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    51. BARTON GRANGE (1949-1958 General cargo ship of Houlder Brothers, London) (London (UK))
    52. BASILDON (1963-1967 General cargo three-island coaster 205 feet long of R S Braggs (Shipping) Ltd (UK)
    53. BASKERVILLE (1954 - 1967 General cargo ship of Transatlantic Carriers, London) (London)
    54. BASSETHOUND (1934-1954 Coastal oil tanker of Hadley Shipping Company, London : Scrapped 1968) (London (UK))
    55. BATORY (1936-1939 and 1946-1969 Passenger Liner of Polish Ocean Lines, Gydnia, Poland)) (Gydnia, Poland)
    56. BATTLEAXE (1949-1957 Steam Tug 105 feet long of Steel & Bennie, Glasgow : Scrapped 1964) (Glasgow (UK))
    57. BATTLER (Tug) (Greenock (UK))
    58. BATU (1957-1977 General cargo ship of NV Stoomvaart Maatschappij Nederland, Amsterdam) (Netherlands)
    59. BAY FISHER (1958 - 1970 General cargo ship of James Fisher Company, Barrow) (Barrow (England))
    60. BAYNES (1968-1973 Bulk carrier 522 feet long of Tenax Steamship Company Ltd., London / Kristian Jebsens Rederi AS, Bergen) (London (UK))
    61. BEACONIA (1937-1954 General cargo coaster : Scrapped in 1957) (Whitehaven (England))
    62. BEAUREGARD
    63. BEAVERBURN (1927-1940 General cargo ship of Canadian Pacific Line : 1940 torpedoed and sunk in North Atlantic.)
    64. BEAVERDELL (London (England, UK))
    65. BEAVERELM (London (England, UK))
    66. BEAVERFIR (1961-1972 General cargo ship 373 feet long of Canadian Pacific Railway Co., Liverpool) (London (England, UK))
    67. BEAVERFORD (1928-1940 General cargo ship of Canadian Pacific Line :1940 sunk with all hands by German battleship ADMIRAL SCHEER while protecting convoy after JERVIS BAY had been sunk)
    68. BEAVERGLEN (General cargo ship of Canadian Pacific Steamships, Liverpool) (London (England, UK))
    69. BEAVERLODGE (1952-1960 General cargo ship of Canadian Pacific Steamship Company, Liverpool) (London (England, UK))
    70. BECKY (coaster of Aktiebolaget Transmarin, Helsingborg, Sweden) (Sweden)
    71. BEECHFIELD (General cargo coaster) (Liverpool (England))
    72. BEKAA (1968-1977 General cargo ship 101m long of Associated Levant Lines SARL, Beirut, Lebanon : Scrapped in 1977 ) (Beirut (Lebanon))
    73. BELGIQUE ( -1944 Scuttled as a blockship at Juno Beach, D-Day Landings) (Belgium)
    74. BELLA DAN
    75. BELLE ETOILE (1965-1970 General cargo ship 432 feet long formerly British India's LANDAURA of Mauritius Steam Navigation Company / Rogers & Company, London : Scrapped 1972)
    76. BELLERBY (1946-1960 General cargo ship of Ropner & Company : Scrapped 1970) (U.K.)
    77. BELLEROPHON (1950-1957 then 1972-1975 General cargo ship of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    78. BELLIS ( 1955 - 1967 Cargo ship / heavy lift ship 408 feet long of Belship Co Ltd Ships A/S ( Christian Smith, Oslo as manager ) Oslo Norway. (Oslo, Norway)
    79. BELMAR (1959-1962 Oil products tanker of Ships A/S Oiltank / Georg Vefling Rederi, Tonsberg)) (Tonsberg (Norway))
    80. BELNOR (1926-1956 Heavy lift ship 309 feet long of Rederiet Belnor A/S (Christen Smith & Co.), Oslo / Skibs-A/S Belships Co. Ltd., Oslo, Norway : Sank 1966) (Oslo (Norway))
    81. BELVEDERE (1961-1965 General cargo coaster 226 feet long of Onesimus Dorey, Guernsey) (Guernsey (Channel Islands))
    82. BEN-MY-CHREE (1927-1939 and 1946-1965 Passenger Steamer of Isle of Man Steam Packet Company, Douglas) (Douglas ( Isle of Man ))
    83. BENALBANACH (1947-1965 General cargo ship of William Thomson's Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    84. BENALBANACH (1967-1972 General cargo liner 563 feet long of Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    85. BENALDER (1935-1947 General cargo ship of William Thomson's Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    86. BENALDER (1949-1968 General cargo liner 475 feet long of Ben Line / William Thomson & Company, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    87. BENALLIGAN (1968-1972 General cargo liner of Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    88. BENARKLE (1968-1974 General cargo liner of Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    89. BENARMIN (1963-1972 General cargo liner 550 feet long of William Thomson's Ben Line, Leith) (Leith (Scotland))
    90. BENARTY (1947-1954 General cargo ship of William Thomson's Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    91. BENARTY (1956-1962 Cargo Liner of Ben Line, Leith) (Leith (Scotland))
    92. BENARTY (1963-1981 General cargo liner 509 feet long 17.5 knots of William Thomson's Ben Line, Leith) (Leith)
    93. BENATTOW (1950-1963 General cargo liner 446 feet long (formerly PEGU) of William Thomson's Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    94. BENATTOW (1965-1977 General cargo liner of William Thomson Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    95. BENAVON (1949-1970 General cargo liner of William Thomson's Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    96. BENAVON (1973-1992 Container ship of William Thomson's Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    97. BENCLEUCH (1922-1941 General cargo ship of William Thomson's Ben Line, Edinburgh : Sank 1941) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    98. BENCLEUCH (1949-1972 General cargo liner of William Thomson Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    99. BENCRUACHAN (1946-1966 General cargo liner of William Thomson Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    100. BENCRUACHAN (1968-1980 General cargo liner 558 feet long of Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland))
    101. BENDEARG (1964-1981 General cargo liner of William Thomson Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    102. BENDIGO (1954-1968 General cargo liner 527 feet long of P & O Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    103. BENDORAN (1947-1953 General cargo ship of William Thomson's Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    104. BENDORAN (1956-1977 General cargo liner 508 feet long 17 knots of William Thomson's Ben Line of Leith) (Leith)
    105. BENEDIN (1968-1970 General cargo ship of William Thomson's Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    106. BENGAZI (1947-1968 General cargo ship of Fred Olsen & Co., Oslo, Norway) (Oslo (Norway))
    107. BENGLOE ( 1961 - 1978 Cargo liner 550 feet long of Ben Line) (Leith)
    108. BENHIANT (1960-1970 General cargo ship of William Thomson Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    109. BENHOPE (1962-1972 General cargo liner 497 feet long 15 knots of William Thomson's Ben Line, Leith) (Leith)
    110. BENIN (1907-1929 General cargo liner of Elder Dempster Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    111. BENIN PALM (1949-1959 General cargo liner of Palm Line, London) (London (UK))
    112. BENKITLAN (1968-1972 General cargo liner 498 feet long of William Thomson's Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    113. BENLARIG (1961-1969 General cargo ship of William Thomson Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    114. BENLAWERS (1944-1968 General cargo ship 475 feet long of Ben Line / William Thomson Company, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    115. BENLEDI (1951-1963 General cargo liner of William Thomson's Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    116. BENLEDI (1965-1972 General cargo liner 563 feet long of Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    117. BENLOMOND (1946-1956 General cargo liner of William Thomson's Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    118. BENLOMOND (1957-1977 General cargo liner 508 feet long 17 knots of William Thomson's Ben Line, Leith) (Leith)
    119. BENLOYAL (1959-1969 General cargo liner 550 feet long of William Thomson's Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    120. BENMACDHUI (1948-1972 General cargo liner 474 feet long of Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    121. BENMHOR (1956-1977 General cargo liner of William Thomson's Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    122. BENNACHIE (1960-1964 General cargo liner of Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith, Scotland)
    123. BENNEVIS (1928-1941 General cargo ship of William Thomson's Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    124. BENNEVIS (1946-1959 General cargo ship of Ben Line / William Thomson Company, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland))
    125. BENNEVIS (1959-1973 General cargo liner of Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland))
    126. BENNY SKOU (1951-1966 General cargo ship 390 feet (119 metres) of Ove Skou, Kobenhaven, Denmark) (Kobenhaven (Copenhagen, Denmark))
    127. BENRATHA (1968-1970 General cargo liner (formerly Ellerman's CITY OF NEWCASTLE, of William Thomson's Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    128. BENREOCH (1952-1976 General cargo liner of William Thomson's Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    129. BENRINNES (1938-1949 General cargo ship of William Thomson's Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    130. BENRINNES (1950-1959 General cargo liner of Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland))
    131. BENRINNES (1959-1973 General cargo ship 492 feet long of Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    132. BENSTAC (1968-1982 Cargo liner of William Thomson's Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    133. BENVALLA (1962-1972 General cargo liner 550 feet long of William Thomson's Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    134. BENVANNOCH (1950-1956 General cargo liner of William Thomson's Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    135. BENVANNOCH (1956-1969 General cargo liner of William Thomson's Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    136. BENVANNOCH (1970-1975 General cargo liner 568 feet long of William Thomson's Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    137. BENVEG (1951-1962 Coastal cargo liner 224 feet long of Ben Line, Leith)  (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    138. BENVENUE (1948-1973 General cargo liner 475 feet long of Ben Line / William Thomson, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    139. BENVORLICH (1946-1971 General cargo ship of William Thomson Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland))
    140. BENVRACKIE (1955-1975 General cargo liner of William Thomson's Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    141. BENWYVIS (1949-1955 General cargo ship of William Thomson's Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    142. BENWYVIS (1955-1963 General cargo liner of William Thomson's Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    143. BENWYVIS (1966-1972 General cargo ship of William Thomson's Ben Line, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    144. BERDJANSK
    145. BERGE RAGNHILD
    146. BERIT (1957 - Oil products tanker of Rederi A/S Mascot, Oslo) (Oslo (Norway))
    147. BERLIN (Passenger liner)
    148. BERNY (Cargo ship of Rederi A/B Sally, Mariehamn, Sweden) (Mariehamn, Sweden)
    149. BERTAIN (Italy)
    150. BESTIK
    151. BETTY ANNE S (1952-1965 General cargo coaster of Rotterdamsche Kolen Centrale, Rotterdam). (Rotterdam, Holland)
    152. BHAMO (1957-1979 General cargo liner of Patrick Henderson / Elder Dempster Line) (Glasgow)
    153. BIBI (1967- 1977 General cargo liner of Wm Brandts (Leasing) Limited, London) (Glasgow)
    154. BIDEFORD (in 1971)
    155. BIOGRAPHER (1949-1964 General cargo liner of Harrison Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    156. BIRDWOOD (1945-1968 General cargo ship 300 feet long 11 knots speed)
    157. BIRGIT MULLER (1957-1967 General cargo coaster 181 feet long of Otto A Muller, Hamburg) (Hamburg, Germany)
    158. BIRGITTE SKOU (1947-1969 General cargo ship of Ove Skou Rederiaktieselskab, Kobenhaven, Denmark) (Copenhagen (Denmark))
    159. BISHOPSGATE (1960-1968 Ore carrier 525 feet long of Bishopsgate Shipping / Silver Line, London) (London)
    160. BITOLA (1963-1968 General cargo ship 200 feet long of Atlantska Plovidba, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia) (Dubrovnik (Yugoslavia))
    161. BLACK STAR (1966-1972 Frigate of Ghana Navy) (Ghana)
    162. BLANCHLAND (1961-1968 Tramp general cargo ship of Stephenson Clarke Ltd. / Stephenson Clarke Shipping Ltd. ) (UK)
    163. BLENHEIM (1970-1981 Passenger cruise liner 149.38 metres long of Fred Olsen Lines, London) (London (England, UK))
    164. BLEUERSAND
    165. BLISWORTH (General cargo coaster 1957-1968 of Grand Union Shipping Company, London) (London)
    166. BLOEMFONTEIN CASTLE (1950-1959 Passenger Liner of Union Castle Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    167. BLUEBELL (Inshore fishing boat)
    168. BLYTHSWOOD (1963-1992 Bucket Ladder Dredger 175 feet long of Clyde Navigation Trust / Clyde Port Authority, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    169. BOATMEN (A motor launch used by employees of Clyde Navigation Trust, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    170. BOER (1941-1965 Clyde puffer 66 feet long of J Hay & Sons, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    171. BONAWE (1919-1954 General cargo coaster 141 feet long of J. & A. Gardner & Co. Ltd., Glasgow : Scrapped in 1954) (Glasgow (UK))
    172. BONIFACE
    173. BOOKER VALIANCE ( 1963 - 1973 chartered from J H Wessels, Drammen, Norway, by Booker Line, Liverpool) (Drammen (Norway))
    174. BOOKER VANGUARD (1963-1979 General cargo ship of Booker Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    175. BORDER SHEPHERD ( 1960 - 1981 an all-aft Product tanker 572 feet long of Lowland Tanker Company/ Common Brothers, Newcastle) (Newcastle)
    176. BORNU (1899-1915 General cargo ship of Elder Dempster Lines, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    177. BOSCO
    178. BOTANY TRITON
    179. BOTNE
    180. BOURGUIGNON (Frigate of French Navy) (France)
    181. BOW SANTOS
    182. BP ENDEAVOUR (1967-1987 Oil products tanker 561 feet long of BP Tankers Australia Pty ) (Australia)
    183. BRAEMAR CASTLE (1952-1966 Passenger / cargo liner of Union Castle Line, London)  (London (England, UK))
    184. BRAHEHOLM
    185. BRASIL STAR (1947-1972 Passenger / cargo liner of Blue Star Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    186. BREEWIJD (1965-1974 General cargo coaster 200 feet long of P A Van ES, Rotterdan) (Rotterdam (Holland))
    187. BREMEN EXPRESS
    188. BRESCIA (1947-1966 General cargo liner 339 feet long of Cunard Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    189. BRESLAU (In 1927 Cargo / passenger ship of Currie Line)
    190. BRIGADIER (1946-1960 Tug of Steel & Bennie Ltd., Glasgow) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    191. BRIGADIER (1961-1976 coastal and harbour tug 110 feet long of Steel & Bennie) (Glasgow)
    192. BRIGHAM VICTORY
    193. BRILLIANT VENTURE
    194. BRISBANE STAR (1937 - 1963 Cargo liner 549 feet long of Blue Star Line, London) (London)
    195. BRITANNIA (1953-2003 Royal Yacht 413 feet long of Royal Navy, London) (Admiralty, London)
    196. BRITANNIC (1930-1960 Passenger liner of White Star Line / Cunard White Star Line) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    197. BRITISH AMBASSADOR (1959- 1975 Oil products tanker of B P Tanker Company, London) (London (UK))
    198. BRITISH BOMBARDIER (1962-1976 Oil products tanker 232m long of BP Tanker Company, London : Scrapped 1976) (London (UK))
    199. BRITISH CAVALIER (1962-1975 Bridge amidships crude oil carrier 760 feet long of B P Tanker Co. Ltd, London : Scrapped 1975 (London (UK))
    200. BRITISH COMMODORE (1967-1982 Oil tanker 820 feet long of BP Tanker Company, London) (London (UK))
    201. BRITISH CONFIDENCE (B.P, Tankers) (London)
    202. BRITISH COURAGE (1928-1953 Oil products tanker 440 feet long of British Tanker Company, London : Scrapped in 1953) (London (UK))
    203. BRITISH CRAFTSMAN (1951-1964 Oil products tanker of BP Tanker Company) (London (England, UK))
    204. BRITISH ENDEAVOUR
    205. BRITISH ENERGY (1958-1975 Oil products tanker of BP Tanker Co. Ltd., London) (London (UK))
    206. BRITISH GANNET ( 1959 - 1976 Product tanker "Bird Class" 525 feet long of BP Tanker Company, London) (London)
    207. BRITISH MERLIN (1962-1977 Oil tanker 526 feet long of B P Tanker company, London) (London)
    208. BRITISH ROBIN ( 1960 - 1977 Product tanker "Bird class" of BP Tanker Company, London) (London)
    209. BRITISH SWIFT ( 1959 - 1977 Product tanker of "Bird Class" 525 feet long of BP Tankers, London) (London)
    210. BRITISH TENACITY (1939-1959 Oil products tanker 466 feet long of B.P. Tanker Company, London : Scrapped 12 January 1959) (London (England, UK))
    211. BRITISH TRUST ( 1960 - 1976 Product tanker 525 feet long of BP Tanker Company, London) (London)
    212. BRITTA (Helsingborg, Sweden))
    213. BRITTA (Coaster of Honduras flag)
    214. BRITTANY (1946-1962 Royal Mail Line)
    215. BRODICK (Coastal oil products tanker) (Leith)
    216. BRONX
    217. BROOKMOUNT (1948- General cargo coaster (formerly EDDYSTONE 1927-1948 of Clyde Shipping Company) of Belfast, Mersey & Manchester Steam Ship Company Limited)
    218. BROOKMOUNT (1959-1970 General cargo coaster of Belfast Steamship Company, Belfast) (Belfast (Northern Ireland, UK))
    219. BROOKTER
    220. BRUISER (Tug) (Greenock (UK))
    221. BRUNES
    222. BRUNHOLM (1958-1965 General cargo coaster 44.1 metres long 10 knots speed of I/S Brunholm) (Farsund ( A town in the county of Vest-Agder, Norway))
    223. BUFFALO
    224. BULKCRUDE
    225. BUNGA SEROJA
    226. BUTE (Vehicle/passenger ferry of Caledonian Steam Packet Company / Caledonian MacBrayne, Gourock) (Glasgow)

    C

    1. C 2 (1906-1920 "C" class Submarine of Royal Navy) (Admiralty, London)
    2. C 25 (Royal Fleet Auxiliary oiler of Admiralty, London) (London)
    3. CADANS (1958-1969 General cargo coaster 60.21 meters long of Beck's Scheepvaartkantoor N.V., Groningen, Netherlands Owner: Rederij Beck's Scheepvaartbedrijf Motorschip Cadans, Groningen, Netherlands  (Groningen (Netherlands))
    4. CAIRNGORM ( 1949-1962 General cargo coaster 146 feet long of Gem Line / William Robertson Shipowners, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    5. CALABAR
    6. CALANUS (Marine Biological research vessel of University of Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    7. CALCHAS (1947-1957 then 1962-1973 General cargo liner of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    8. CALEDONIA (1948-1965 Passenger - Cargo Liner 506 feet long of Anchor Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    9. CALEDONIA (1934-1939 and 1946-1969 Excursion paddle steamer 230 feet 70.1 metres 14 knots of Caledonian Steam Packet Company. Gourock) (Glasgow)
    10. CALEDONIA (1925-1939 Passenger liner 553 feet long of Anchor Line, Glasgow - see also H.M.S. SCOTSTOUN) (Glasgow)
    11. CALEDONIA STAR (1961 - 1971 cargo liner 458 feet long of Blue Star Line, London (London)
    12. CALEDONIAN PRINCESS (1961-1982 Passenger / vehicle ferry 353 feet long of British Railways Board / Caledonian Steam Packet/ /British Transport Ship Management/Sealink) (Stranraer (Scotland, U.K.))
    13. CALGARIA (1956-1963 General cargo liner 495 feet long of Donaldson Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    14. CALI
    15. CALIFORNIA (1923-1939 Passenger liner of Anchor Line, Glasgow : 1939-1943 Troopship : 1943 Sunk_) (Glasgow (UK))
    16. CALIFORNIA STAR (Blue star Line)
    17. CALLO
    18. CAMBRIAN COAST (1957-1971 General cargo coaster of Coast Lines, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    19. CAMERONIA (1921-1940 Passenger liner 678 feet long of Anchor Line, Glasgow: 1940-1948 Troopship: 1948-1953 Emigrant ship from U.K. to Australia: sold 1953) (Glasgow (UK))
    20. CAMMELL LAIRD (1968-1970 Accommodation ship for Cammell Laird Shipyard, Birkenhead, (Formerly ROYAL ULSTERMAN)) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    21. CAMPAIGNER ( 1957 - 1970 Tug of Steel & Bennie, Greenock) (Glasgow)
    22. CAMPAIGNER (1911-1957 Ship-handling Tug 112 feet long of Steel & Bennie, Glasgow : Scrapped 1960) (Glasgow (UK))
    23. CANADIAN EMPRESS (1981- Present day : Passenger replica steamboat 108 feet long of St Lawrence Cruise Lines Inc., Kingston, Ontario, Canada) (Kingston (Ontario, Canada))
    24. CANADIAN STAR ( 1957 - 1972 General cargo liner 472 feet long of Blue Star Line, London) (London)
    25. CANBERRA STAR (1956-1972 Refrigerated cargo liner of Salient Shipping Co (Hamilton, Bermuda) Ltd (Blue Star Line) London) (London (England, UK))
    26. CANDOURITY (1958-1969 Harbour oiler 165 feet long of F T Everard Company) (London)
    27. CANNANORE (1948-1972 General cargo ship of P & O Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    28. CANOPIC (Shaw Savill ) (London (England, UK))
    29. CANTERBURY EXPRESS
    30. CANTON (1938-1939 Passenger / cargo liner of P & O Line, London :1939-1944 Armed Merchant Cruiser : 1944-1947 Troopship : 1947- 1962 Returned to owners :Scrapped 1962) (London (England, UK))
    31. CAPE CORSO (General cargo ship of Lyle Shipping Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    32. CAPE FINISTERRE (1874- Cargo vessel of Abram Lyle & Son, Greenock)
    33. CAPE FRANKLIN ( 1959- 1974 Ore carrier 524 feet long of Lyle Shipping Company, Glasgow : Scrapped 1988) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    34. CAPE GRAFTON ( General cargo ship of Lyle Shipping Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    35. CAPE GRENVILLE (1949- Lyle Shipping Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    36. CAPE HOWE (Lyle) (Glasgow (Scotland))
    37. CAPE NELSON (1961-1976 Ore carrier 524 feet long of Lyle Shipping Company, Glasgow : Scrapped 1989)  (Glasgow (UK))
    38. CAPE SABLE (1939-1958 General cargo ship of Lyle Shipping Company, Glasgow : Scrapped 1968) (Glasgow (UK))
    39. CAPE SABLE (1960-1966 Bulk carrier 503 feet long of Lyle Shipping, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    40. CAPE WRATH ( 1960 - 1966 General cargo ship 513 feet long of Scottish Ship Management/Lyle Shipping Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    41. CAPE WRATH (1940-1958 General cargo ship of Lyle Shipping Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    42. CAPE YORK (1955-1965 General cargo ship 479 feet long of Lyle Shipping Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow (Scotland))
    43. CAPELLA (General cargo coaster ) (Groningen, Holland)
    44. CAPETOWN CASTLE (1938-1967 Passenger / cargo liner of Union Castle Mail Steam Ship Co. Ltd., London) (London (UK))
    45. CAPETOWN CASTLE (Union Castle) (London (England, UK))
    46. CAPITAINE COOK 111
    47. CAPITAINE KERMADEC 111
    48. CAPITAINE WALLIS
    49. CAPITAN CARDAMILAIS
    50. CAPTAIN COOK (1952-1960 Passenger ship 525 feet long of British Government (managed by Donaldson Bros & Black, Glasgow) for emigrants to New Zealand) (Glasgow)
    51. CAPTAIN LEMOS ( 1960 - 1968 Wartime-built Liberty general cargo ship 442 feet long of Marero Cia Nav, Panama/Eagle Ocean Transport, New York) (Panama ?)
    52. CARA
    53. CAREBEKA V (1970-1982 General cargo coaster 78.38 Meters Length overall of Carebeka N.V., Groningen, Netherlands (Groningen, Netherlands)
    54. CARICOM EXPRESS (Cargo ship of Caricom Caribbean Community) (Bridgetown, Barbados)
    55. CARINTHIA (1955-1968 Passenger / cargo liner 608 feet long of Cunard Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    56. CARISSA STAR
    57. CARL MEENTZEN (1956- General cargo ship of Carl Meentzen, Bremen) (Bremen (Germany))
    58. CARLA C (1969- Cruise ship of Costa Line, Italy)
    59. CARMANIA (Passenger liner) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    60. CARMANIA (1905-1914 Passenger Liner of Cunard Line, Liverpool, 1914-1916 Armed Merchant Cruiser, 1916-1932 Returned to owners as Passenger Liner, : 1932 Scrapped (Liverpool (England))
    61. CARMELA FASSIO (General cargo ship 492 feet long of Villain & Fassio Genova) (Genova (In English - Genoa, Italy))
    62. CARMEN (1957- General cargo coaster of Wijnne & Barends, Netherlands) (Netherlands)
    63. CARNARVON CASTLE (1926-1963 Passenger / cargo liner of Union Castle Mail Steam Ship Company, London) (London (England, UK))
    64. CAROLA (Steam yacht presently an exhibit at Scottish Maritime Museum, Irvine)
    65. CARONIA (Cruise liner of Cunard Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    66. CARONIA (1905-1914 Passenger Liner of Cunard Line, Liverpool, 1914-1916 Armed Merchant Cruiser, 1916--1919 Troopship, 1919-1932 Returned to owners, 1932 Sold (Liverpool (England))
    67. CARRIGAN HEAD (1958-1972 General cargo ship of Ulster Steamship Company/ Head Line, Belfast) (Belfast (Northern Ireland, UK))
    68. CARTHAGE (1931-1961 Passenger / cargo liner of Peninsular & Oriental Steam Navigation Company / P&O Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    69. CARYANDA
    70. CASCADE (1956-1966 General cargo coaster 40.98 metres long of NV Scheepvaartbedrijf 'Gruno', Amsterdam) (Delfzijl (Netherlands))
    71. CASTALIA (1906-1949 Cargo liner of Anchor Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    72. CASTEL FELICE
    73. CASTILLIAN (Ellerman)
    74. CATALINA STAR (1958-1963 Cargo liner of Blue Star Line, London) (London)
    75. CATANIAN (1958-1972 General cargo liner of Ellerman/ Papayanni Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    76. CATELI (1951-1970 General cargo coaster 152 feet long of Carebeka N.V., Groningen, Netherlands/ Owner: Pieter de Wit & Zoon, Groningen ) (Groningen, Holland)
    77. CATHAY (P & O) (London (England, UK))
    78. CATHERINA
    79. CATHERINE SARTORI (1954-1967 General cargo ship of Hamburg Chicago Linie, Germany) (Kiel (Germany))
    80. CATHERINE McALLISTER (1957-1978 Tug of McAllister Towing & Transportation, 17 Battery Place, New York) (New York (USA))
    81. CATHERINE POLDER
    82. CAVINA (1924-1957 Passenger / Refrigerated cargo ship 425 feet long of Elders & Fyffes Shipping Limited) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    83. CAVOUR (in 1924)
    84. CAWI (1957 - 1966 General cargo coaster 153 feet long of "Gruno" N V Scheepvaartkantoor, Amsterdam) (Netherlands)
    85. CAXTON (1958-1968 General cargo ship of Transatlantic Carriers Ltd / Canatlantic / Walter Runciman Ltd)
    86. CEDRIC ( 1952-1976 Cargo liner 512 feet long in service with Shaw Savill Line, London) (London)
    87. CELT (1954- General cargo Clyde puffer lighter of J & J Hay, Glasgow)) (Glasgow)
    88. CEMENTCO
    89. CERAMIC (1948-1972 Passenger/cargo liner 561 feet long 17 knots of Shaw Savill & Albion Line, London) (London)
    90. CERINTHUS (1954-1976 Oil products tanker 556 feet long of Hadley Shipping, London) (London)
    91. CERIUM ( General cargo coaster of ICI Company)
    92. CERRO ALTAMIRA (1958-1968 Ore carrier 583 feet long of Skibs A/S Vorma, Oslo) (Oslo (Norway))
    93. CESSNOCK (1955- Steam bucket dredger 196 feet long owned by Trustees of the Clyde Navigation ) (Glasgow)
    94. CETA (1963- General cargo coaster 165 feet long of Rederij m.s. "Ceta" / N.V. Scheepvaartbedr "Gruno", Amsterdam) (Amsterdam (Netherlands))
    95. CHAILEY (London (England, UK))
    96. CHAKDARA (1951-1972 General cargo liner of British India Steam Navigation Company, London) (London (England, UK))
    97. CHAMPENOIS (Frigate of French Navy) (France)
    98. CHANG HAI
    99. CHANTALA (British India) (London)
    100. CHARLES LYKES (1945-1970 General cargo ship of Lykes Brothers Steam Ship Company, U.S.A.: 1970 Scrapped) (U.S.A.)
    101. CHARLOTTE (Coaster in 1959) (Hamburg (Germany))
    102. CHARLTON MIRA (1958-1969 Bulk carrier 495 feet long of Charlton Steam Shipping Company, London / Chandris (England) Ltd. : Scrapped in 1987) (London (England, UK))
    103. CHEMICAL TRANSPORTER
    104. CHEMONG
    105. CHENGTU
    106. CHERRY VALLEY
    107. CHESHIRE (1927-1939 Passenger / cargo liner of Bibby Line, Liverpool: 1939-1943 Armed Merchant Cruiser HMS CHESHIRE: 1943-1949 Troopship: 1949-1957 Emigrant ship to Australia: scrapped 1957) (Liverpool (England))
    108. CHEVALIER (In 1874 Barque) (Irvine (Firth of Clyde, Scotland, U.K.))
    109. CHEVERNY (1956-1976 Oil products tanker 203.7m long of Societe Maritime des Petroles BP France, Paris : Scrapped 1976) (France)
    110. CHEVIOT (1961-1977 Ore carrier of Bamburgh Shipping Co. (W A Souters) Newcastle (Newcastle (England))
    111. CHICANOA (1958- 1970 Refrigerated cargo for Elders & Fyffes)
    112. CHIEFTAIN (1930-1967 Tug 107 feet long of Steel & Bennie, Glasgow) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    113. CHIEFTAIN (1968-1997 Tug 112 feet long of Steel & Bennie / Cory Towage, Glasgow)  (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    114. CHILKA (1950-1972 General cargo ship of British India Steam Navigation Company, London) (London (UK))
    115. CHINDIT (Clyde Puffer)
    116. CHINDWARA (1960-1970 General cargo ship of British India Steam Navigation Company, London)) (London (England, UK))
    117. CHINKOA (1952-1972 Cargo ship of British India Line, London : Scrapped 1972) (London (England, UK))
    118. CHRISTIAN RADICH
    119. CHRISTINA 11 ( for CHRISTINA 2 ) ( Inshore fishing boat ) (Port Seton)
    120. CHRISTINA 11 ( for CHRISTINA 2) Inshore fishing trawler)  (Port Seton)
    121. CHUSAN (1874 Steam Passenger paddle steamer 300 feet long of China Steam Navigation Company)
    122. CHUSAN (1950-1973 Passenger liner of P & O Line, London : Scrapped 1973) (London (England, UK))
    123. CILICIA (1938-1966 Anchor Line's passenger/cargo liner) (Glasgow)
    124. CIMBRIA
    125. CINGALESE PRINCE (1950-1960 then 1962-1964 Passenger / General cargo ship 471 feet long Prince Line Ltd (Furness, Withy & Co Ltd), London) (London (UK))
    126. CIRCASSIA ( 1937 - 1966 Passenger and cargo liner 483 feet long of Anchor Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    127. CIRCEA (1963-1976 General cargo ship of Cie. Maritime des Chargeurs Réunis, Verdon, France) (Dunkerque (France))
    128. CIRUS
    129. CITADEL (1950-1971 General cargo coaster 45 metres long of Carebeka N.V./ Owner Rijkent Huizenga, Groningen, Netherlands) (Groningen, Holland)
    130. CITRINE (1939-1956 General cargo coaster of William Robertson's Gem Line, Glasgow : Foundered 1956) (Glasgow (UK))
    131. CITY OF AGRA ( 1936-1965 Cargo liner 461 feet long of Ellerman Hall Line, London) (London)
    132. CITY OF BATH
    133. CITY OF BEDFORD (1950-1972 General cargo liner 485 feet long of Ellerman Hall Lines, London)  (London (England, UK))
    134. CITY OF BIRMINGHAM (1949 - 1971 General cargo Liner 481 feet long of Ellerman Line, London) (London)
    135. CITY OF BRISBANE (1951-1970 General / refrigerated cargo liner of Ellerman & Bucknall, London) (London (England, UK))
    136. CITY OF BRISTOL (formerly Wilson Line's SACRAMENTO : 1964-1969 in service with Ellerman & Bucknall, London) (London)
    137. CITY OF BRISTOL (1942-1961 General cargo ship of Ellerman Lines, London) (London (England, UK))
    138. CITY OF CALCUTTA
    139. CITY OF CARDIFF (1949-1967 General cargo liner of Ellerman Lines, Liverpool) (London (UK))
    140. CITY OF CARLISLE
    141. CITY OF CHELMSFORD (Ellerman)
    142. CITY OF CHESTER ( 1944 - 1971 General cargo liner 493 feet long of Ellerman Hall Line, London) (Liverpool)
    143. CITY OF CHICAGO (1950-1967 General cargo liner of Ellerman Hall Lines, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    144. CITY OF COLOMBO (1956-1977 General cargo ship of Ellerman Lines, London : Scrapped in 1979) (London (UK))
    145. CITY OF COVENTRY (Ellerman Line)
    146. CITY OF DELHI (1925-1956 General cargo ship of Ellerman Lines, London : Scrapped 1956)) (London (England, UK))
    147. CITY OF DONCASTER (General cargo ship of Ellerman Lines, London) (London (UK))
    148. CITY OF DUNDEE ( 1961 - 1978 General cargo liner 434 feet long of Ellerman Line / Ellerman & Bucknall, London) (London)
    149. CITY OF DURBAN (1954-1971 Passenger / cargo liner of Ellerman & Bucknall Steamship Company, London) (London (England, UK))
    150. CITY OF DURHAM (1945 - 1962 General cargo ship 498 feet long of Ellerman Line, London) (London)
    151. CITY OF EDINBURGH (1947-1961 General cargo ship of Ellerman Lines, London : Scrapped 1961) (London (England, UK))
    152. CITY OF EDINBURGH (Container ship in 1987)
    153. CITY OF ELY (1947-1961 General cargo ship of Ellerman & Bucknall Line, London)) (London (U.K.))
    154. CITY OF EXETER (1953-1971 Passenger (107) / General cargo liner of Ellerman Lines, London (London (England, UK))
    155. CITY OF GLASGOW (Ellerman)
    156. CITY OF GUILDFORD (1957-1979 Cargo liner of Ellerman Hall Line, Liverpool)  (Liverpool (England, UK))
    157. CITY OF HEREFORD (1958-1971 General cargo liner of Ellerman Hall Line, London) (London)
    158. CITY OF HULL (1947-1967 General cargo liner of Ellerman Line, London) (London)
    159. CITY OF KARACHI ( 1951 - 1972 general cargo liner 489 feet long of Ellerman Line, London) (Glasgow)
    160. CITY OF KEANSBURG ( Owned by Delaware & New York Steamboat Company) (Delaware (U.S.A.))
    161. CITY OF KIMBERLEY (Ellerman)
    162. CITY OF LANCASTER (Ellerman)
    163. CITY OF LICHFIELD ( 1961 - 1978 General cargo liner 433 feet long of Ellerman Line, London) (London)
    164. CITY OF LICHFIELD (1947-1959 General cargo ship of Ellerman & Bucknall / Ellerman Hall Line) (UK)
    165. CITY OF LIVERPOOL (1948-1967 General cargo liner of Ellerman Lines, London) (London (UK))
    166. CITY OF LONDON (1947 - 1966 General cargo liner 500 feet long of Ellerman & Bucknall Steamship Company) (London (England, UK))
    167. CITY OF LUCKNOW ( 1946-1963 General cargo liner 500 feet long of Ellerman Lines Ltd, London) (London)
    168. CITY OF MADRAS (1945-1961 Cargo liner of Ellerman Hall Line, London) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    169. CITY OF MANCHESTER ( 1950 - 1971 General cargo liner 485 feet of Ellerman Line, London) (London)
    170. CITY OF MANDALAY (1925-1939 General cargo ship of Ellerman Lines, London : Sunk in 1939) (London (UK))
    171. CITY OF NEW YORK (Ellerman)
    172. CITY OF NEWCASTLE (Ellerman)
    173. CITY OF NEWPORT (General cargo ship of Ellerman Lines, London) (London (UK))
    174. CITY OF NORWICH (Ellerman)
    175. CITY OF OTTAWA (1963-1971 General cargo ship of Ellerman & Bucknall Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    176. CITY OF OXFORD (1948-1976 General cargo liner 463 feet long of Ellerman City Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    177. CITY OF PARIS (1922- 1956 Passenger (200) and General cargo liner 504 feet long of Ellerman & Bucknall Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    178. CITY OF PERTH (Ellerman) (London (England, UK))
    179. CITY OF PHILADELPHIA ( 1949 - 1969 General cargo liner 485 feet long of Ellerman Lines, London) (London)
    180. CITY OF POONA (1946 - 1968 general cargo liner 489 feet long of Ellerman Line (Hall Line), London (London)
    181. CITY OF PORT ELIZABETH (1952-1971 Passenger / cargo liner of Ellerman Line, London)) (London (England, UK))
    182. CITY OF PORTSMOUTH (Ellerman Line)
    183. CITY OF PRETORIA (1947-1967 General cargo liner of Ellerman & Bucknall Line, London) (London)
    184. CITY OF RIPON (1956- 1978 General cargo liner of Ellerman Line))
    185. CITY OF SINGAPORE (1951-1975 General cargo liner 485 feet long 14 knots of Ellerman Hall Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    186. CITY OF ST ALBANS ( 1960 - 1979 General cargo liner 433 feet long of Ellerman & Bucknall Steamship Company, London) (London)
    187. CITY OF STAFFORD (1947-1961 General cargo ship of Ellerman Papayanni Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    188. CITY OF SYDNEY ( 1960 - 1971 Cargo liner 511 feet long of Ellerman Line, London) (London)
    189. CITY OF SYDNEY (1930-1958 General cargo ship of Ellerman Lines, London) (London (UK))
    190. CITY OF WELLINGTON (Ellerman)
    191. CITY OF WORCESTER ( 1960 - 1983 General cargo liner 434 feet long of Ellerman Line, London) (Liverpool)
    192. CITY OF YOKOHAMA (1922-1958 General cargo ship of Ellerman Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    193. CITY OF YORK (1953-1971 A twin screw 17-knot Passenger and refrigerated cargo ship 541 feet long of Ellerman Lines Ltd., London) (London (England, UK))
    194. CIUDAD DE MARACAIBO
    195. CLAN ALLAN (Clan Line) (Glasgow)
    196. CLAN ANGUS ( 1959 - 1962 general cargo liner 446 feet long of Clan Line Steamers, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    197. CLAN BRODIE ( 1946 - 1962 General cargo liner 488 feet long of Clan Line Steamers, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    198. CLAN BUCHANAN ( 1946 - 1962 Cargo Liner 490 feet long of Clan Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    199. CLAN BUCHANAN (1946-1962 General cargo ship of Clan Line / Cayzer Irvine, Glasgow : Scrapped 1962) (Glasgow (UK))
    200. CLAN CAMPBELL (1914-1916 General cargo ship of Cayzer Irvine / Clan Line, Glasgow : Sunk 1916) (Glasgow (UK))
    201. CLAN CAMPBELL (1943-1961 General cargo ship464 feet long of Clan Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    202. CLAN CHATTAN (1944-1962 General cargo ship 464 feet long of Clan Line, Glasgow (Glasgow)
    203. CLAN CUMMING ( 1946 - 1962 General cargo liner 486 feet long of Clan Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    204. CLAN DAVIDSON ( 1948 - 1963 General cargo liner 488 feet long of Clan Line Steamers, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    205. CLAN DAVIDSON (1911-1917 General cargo liner of Cayzer Irvine / Clan Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow (UK))
    206. CLAN FERGUSON 1938-1942 General cargo liner of Clan Line Steamers, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    207. CLAN FERGUSSON (Glasgow)
    208. CLAN FINLAY (1962-1968 General cargo liner 497 feet long 16 knots of Clan Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    209. CLAN FORBES (1903-1918 Cargo Liner 360 feet long turret-deck steamer of Clan Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    210. CLAN FORBES (1937-1959 General cargo liner of Clan Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    211. CLAN FORBES (1961 - 1968 General cargo liner of Clan Line Steamers, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    212. CLAN FRASER (1961-1965 General cargo liner of Cayzer Irvine / Clan Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    213. CLAN GRAHAM (1962-1981 General cargo liner 496 feet long of Clan Line / King Line / Cayzer Irvine, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    214. CLAN GRAHAM (1907-1918 and 1920 General cargo turret-deck steamer 400 feet long of Clan Line Steamers, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    215. CLAN GRANT (1962-1980 General cargo liner 497 feet long of Clan Line Steamers) (Glasgow)
    216. CLAN GRANT (1902-1914 General cargo ship of Cayzer Irvine / Clan Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow (UK))
    217. CLAN LAMONT (1900-1928 General cargo ship of Cayzer Irvine / Clan Line, Glasgow : Scrapped in 1928 (Glasgow (UK))
    218. CLAN LAMONT (1939-44 Landing Ship Infantry : 1947-1961 Returned to Clan Line : Scrapped 1961) (Glasgow (UK))
    219. CLAN MACAULAY (1937-1963 Refrigerated cargo ship 477 feet long of Clan Line / Houston Line / Huntly Cook : Scrapped in 1963) (Glasgow (UK))
    220. CLAN MACBEAN (1948-1960 General cargo ship of Cayzer Irvine / Clan Line, Glasgow: scrapped in 1960) (Glasgow (UK))
    221. CLAN MACBETH (1948-1959 General cargo ship of Clan Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    222. CLAN MACBRIDE (1948-1958 General cargo liner of Clan Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    223. CLAN MACDONALD ( 1939 - 1960 General cargo ship 506 feet long of Clan Line, Glasgow then 1960 - 1970 of Houston Line / Clan Line) (Glasgow)
    224. CLAN MACDOUGALL (1944-1971 cargo liner 508 feet long of Clan Line Steamers) (Glasgow)
    225. CLAN MACFARLANE (1947-1961 General cargo ship of Clan Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow (UK))
    226. CLAN MACGOWAN (1963-1969 General cargo liner 471 feet long of Clan Line / King Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    227. CLAN MACGREGOR (Cargo Liner of Clan Line Steamers : 508 feet overall) (Glasgow)
    228. CLAN MACILWRAITH ( 1960 - 1979 Cargo liner 494 feet long of Clan Line Steamers, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    229. CLAN MACINDOE ( 1959 - 1979 General cargo liner 492 feet long of Clan Line Steamers, Glasgow)  (Glasgow)
    230. CLAN MACINNES ( 1952 - 1978 General cargo liner 471 feet long of Clan Line Steamers, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    231. CLAN MACINTOSH ( 1951 - 1978 General cargo liner 471 feet long of Clan Line Limited)) (Glasgow)
    232. CLAN MACINTYRE (1952-1976 General cargo liner 450 feet long of Clan Line / King Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    233. CLAN MACIVER ( 1958 - 1979 General cargo liner 494 feet long of Clan Line, London) (Glasgow)
    234. CLAN MACKAY (1946-1962 General cargo liner of Clan Line Steamers, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    235. CLAN MACKELLAR (1948-1961 General cargo ship of Clan Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow (UK))
    236. CLAN MACKENZIE (Clan Line) (Glasgow)
    237. CLAN MACKINLAY (Glasgow)
    238. CLAN MACKINNON (Glasgow)
    239. CLAN MACKINNON (1902-1927 Cargo ship of Clan Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow (UK))
    240. CLAN MACLACHLAN (1946-1971 General cargo liner of Cayzer Irvine / Clan Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    241. CLAN MACLAREN ( 1946 - 1976 General cargo liner 466 feet long of Houston Line/Clan Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    242. CLAN MACLAY ( 1949 - 1976 general cargo liner 466 feet long of Clan Line Steamers, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    243. CLAN MACLEAN ( 1947 - 1975 General cargo liner 466 feet long of Clan Line Steamers, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    244. CLAN MACLENNAN (1947-1971 General cargo ship 466 feet long of Clan Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    245. CLAN MACLEOD (1948 - 1976 Cargo liner 466 feet long of Clan Line Steamers) (Glasgow)
    246. CLAN MACNAB (built 1961) (Glasgow)
    247. CLAN MACNAIR (1962-1980 General cargo liner of Cayzer, Irvine & Co Ltd, / Clan Line) (Glasgow)
    248. CLAN MACNEIL (1903-1918 General cargo liner of Cayzer Irvine / Clan Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow (UK))
    249. CLAN MACQUARRIE (1913-1942 Cargo liner of Clan Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    250. CLAN MACTAGGART (1949-1971 General cargo liner of Cayzer, Irvine & Co Ltd / Clan Line) (Glasgow)
    251. CLAN MACTAVISH ( 1949 - 1971 General cargo liner 506 feet long of Clan Line Steamers, Glasgow : Scrapped 1971) (Glasgow)
    252. CLAN MALCOLM ( 1957 - 1979 general cargo liner 503 feet long of Clan Line Steamers, Glasgow) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    253. CLAN MATHESON
    254. CLAN MENZIES ( 1958 - 1980 Cargo liner 503 feet long of Clan Line Steamers, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    255. CLAN MURDOCH ( 1960 - 1961 Cargo liner 449 feet long of Clan Line / King Line ) (Glasgow)
    256. CLAN RANALD (1964-1976 General cargo liner of Cayzer Irvine / Clan Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow (UK))
    257. CLAN ROBERTSON (1954-1959 General cargo liner 466 feet long of Clan Line / Cayzer Irvine, Glasgow (Glasgow)
    258. CLAN ROSS (1956-1961 General cargo ship of Clan Line / Houston Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    259. CLAN SHAW (1950-1960 General cargo ship of Cayzer Irvine / Clan Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    260. CLAN SINCLAIR (1950-1960 General cargo liner 489 feet long of Clan Line / Cayzer Irvine, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    261. CLAN STEWART ( 1954 - 1961 Cargo liner 513 feet long of Clan Line Steamers, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    262. CLAN STUART (1900 - 1914 General cargo turret-deck steamer 355 feet long of Clan Line Steamers, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    263. CLAN SUTHERLAND (1951-1971 general cargo liner 513 feet long of Clan Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    264. CLAN URQUHART (1946-1966 General cargo liner 477 feet long of Clan Line / Cayzer Irvine / Houston Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    265. CLANITY ((1956 -1969 A Coastal and Harbour oiler 171 feet long of F T Everard, London) (London (England, UK))
    266. CLANSMAN (Fishing boat in 2017 registered number LT74)
    267. CLAREBROOK (1964-1976 General cargo ship 265 feet long of Williamstown Shipping Co Ltd (Comben Longstaff & Co Ltd, Managers), London  (London (UK))
    268. CLAYMORE (1955-1976 Passenger/cargo/mail ship 191 feet long of David MacBrayne Ltd, Glasgow: Scrapped 2001) (Glasgow (UK))
    269. CLEARPOOL (1945-1954 General cargo ship of Ropner Line, England : Scrapped 1959) (U.K.)
    270. CLEOPATRA (1947-1975 Passenger and cargo ship 455 feet long of United Arab Maritime Company, Alexandria, Egypt) (Alexandria (Egypt))
    271. CLERMISTON (Steam ship in 1942 of Ravelston Steamship Company, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK) ?)
    272. CLIO (1956- General cargo cargo ship 150 feet long of Partenreederei m.s. Clio / Heinecke & Co., Hamburg) (Hamburg, Germany)
    273. CLIPPER ( 1956 - 1968 General cargo coaster 191 feet long of A C Hoff, Rotterdam) (Rotterdam)
    274. CLIVIA (1955-1972 General cargo ship 425 feet long of Herm. Dauelsberg, Bremen / Silvia Reederei G. m.b.H and chartered to Saguenay Terminals) (Bremen, Germany)
    275. CLOCH LASS (A Clyde puffer owned by William Burke, Greenock)
    276. CLONLEE (1965-1973 General cargo coaster 183 feet long of Shamrock Shipping/George Bell, Dublin = formerly ICI's CALCIUM) (Dublin)
    277. CLOTHILDA M (1952-1970 General cargo coaster 44 metres long of Manager: E. Wagenborg's Scheepvaart- & Forwarding NV, Delfzijl, Netherlands Owner: Oane Middendorp, Delfzijl, The Netherlands (Delfzyl, Netherlands)
    278. CLUDEN (1965 - Bulk carrier 625 feet long of Matheson Shipping Company, London)
    279. CLUTHA RIVER (1952-1966 Oil products tanker of Houlder Brothers, London) (London (England, UK))
    280. CLYDE (1961-1973 Tug 69 feet long of Clyde Navigation Trust / Clyde Port Authority, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    281. CLYDE ENTERPRISE (Harbour oiler of Harkers of Knottingly)
    282. CLYDE VENTURE (Harbour oiler of Harkers of Knottingly)
    283. CLYDEBANK
    284. CLYMENE (1961-1976 Oil products tanker Shell "A"-class 560 feet longof Hadley Shipping Company, London) (London)
    285. CN105 Fishing boat in 1953 (U.K.)
    286. CN110 Fishing boat in 1953 (U.K.)
    287. CN143 Fishing boat in 1953 (U.K.)
    288. CN193 Fishing boat in 1953 (U.K.)
    289. CN249 Fishing boat in 1953 (U.K.)
    290. CN253 Fishing boat in 1953 (U.K.)
    291. CN264 Fishing boat .... in 1953 (U.K.)
    292. CN269 Fishing boat in 1953 (U.K.)
    293. CN3 Fishing boat in 1953 (U.K.)
    294. CN93 Fishing boat ... in 1953 (U.K.)
    295. CN94 Fishing boat in 1953 (U.K.)
    296. CN97 Fishing boat ....in 1953 (U.K.)
    297. COASTWORKER (Tug in 2017 : 19m long of Coastworks, Scotland) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    298. COLINA (1960-1967 general cargo liner 294 feet long of Donaldson Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    299. COLLEAGUE (Steam fishing trawler in 1942)
    300. COLOMBIE (1931-1964 Passenger Liner 488 feet long of Companie Generale Transatlantique French Line, Le Havre: Scrapped 1974) (Le Havre (France))
    301. COLONSAY (Clyde puffer)
    302. COLORADO STAR ( 1957 - 1972 Cargo liner 466 feet long of Blue Star Line, London) (London)
    303. COLUMBUS AMERICA
    304. COLUMBUS VICTORIA
    305. COLYTTO (1957-1967 General cargo ship 145 metres long of Mij Zeevaart, Rotterdam (Hudig & Veder)  (Rotterdam (Netherlands))
    306. COMBRAISIEN (1921- Steamship 331 feet long of Compagnie Des Bateaux, Dunkerque) (France)
    307. CONCORDIA STAR
    308. CONTAINER FORWARDER (Container ship of American Export Isbrandtsen Lines (USA)
    309. CONTINA (General cargo ship 306 feet long)
    310. COPAN
    311. COPTIC (1928 - 1965 general cargo ship of Shaw Savill & Albion Line, London) (London)
    312. CORAL GAS
    313. CORFU (1930-1939 Passenger / cargo liner 543 feet long of P & O Line, London: 1939-1947 Armed Merchant Cruiser: 1947-1961 returned to owners: 1961 scrapped) (London (England, UK))
    314. CORINALDO (1949-1967 Refrigerated cargo ship of Donaldson Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    315. CORINTHIAN (1938 - 1963 general cargo ship 359 feet long of Ellerman & Papayanni Line (Ellerman Line Group) (Liverpool)
    316. CORINTHIC (1947-1969 Passenger / cargo liner of Shaw Savill Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    317. CORNCRAKE (1946-1967 General cargo ship 191 feet long of General Steam Navigation Company, London) (London)
    318. CORNELIA B 11
    319. CORNELIUS VAN DER SCHOOT (Dutch general cargo coaster) (Harlingen (Netherlands))
    320. CORNWALL (1952-1967 Refrigerated cargo ship of Federal Steam Navigation Company, London)) (London (UK))
    321. COROMANDEL (1949-1969 General cargo ship of P & O Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    322. CORONA (1949-1964 General cargo vessel of A/S Corona ( H.W Wrangel Rederi A/S) (Haugesund (Norway))
    323. CORSICAN (1907-1917 Passenger and cargo liner of Allan Line)
    324. CORTONA (1947-1967 Refrigerated meat carrier 425 feet long of Donaldson Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    325. CORVIGLIA (1958-1973 General cargo ship of Suisse-Atlantique, Basle, Switzerland : Scrapped 1984) (Basle (Switzerland))
    326. COTOPAXI
    327. COULMORE (1936-1948 General cargo ship of Lambert Brothers, London) (London (UK))
    328. COUNTESS OF BREADALBANE (1936-1971 Passenger ferry / excursion vessel 91 feet long of Caledonian Steam Packet Company, Gourock) (Glasgow)
    329. COWAL (1954-1979 Passenger and side-loading vehicle ferry of Caledonian Steam Packet, Gourock (Glasgow)
    330. CRAFTSMAN (1947-1967 General cargo liner of T & J Harrison, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    331. CRAGMOOR (1947-1962 General cargo ship 445 feet long of Walter Runciman / Moor Line, Newcastle: 1966 wrecked near Calcutta) (Newcastle (England))
    332. CRAIGIEHALL (1903-1963 Bucket Ladder Dredger 192 feet long of Trustees of Clyde Navigation, Glasgow : Scrapped 1963) (Glasgow (UK))
    333. CRANE (1937-1964 General cargo coastal vessel of General Steam Navigation Company, London) (London (England, UK))
    334. CRANNOG (Hydrographic Survey Launch of Clyde Navigation Trust, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    335. CRESSINGTON (1962-1971 Grab Hopper Dredger 213 feet long of British Transport Commission, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    336. CRETAN (Clyde puffer of J Hay & Sons, Glasgow (Glasgow)
    337. CRETIC (Shaw Savill) (London (England, UK))
    338. CRETIC (1903-1923 Passenger Liner of White Star Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    339. CRISTOBAL
    340. CROFTER (1951-1971 General cargo liner of T & J Harrison Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    341. CRUISER (1953-1969 Tug of Steel & Bennie Tugowners, Greenock) (Glasgow)
    342. CRUZEIRO DO SUL (1958-1965 General cargo ship of Swiss Owners))
    343. CRYSTAL CUBE (1955- Bulk carrier 461 feet long of Sugar Line Ltd, London) (London (U.K.))
    344. CRYSTAL DIAMOND
    345. CUBAN (1935-1960 General cargo puffer lighter 66 feet long of J & J Hay, Glasgow) (Glasgow (UK))
    346. CUMBERLAND (Refrigerated general cargo liner 561 feet long of Federal Steam Navigation, London) (London)
    347. CUMBRAE ( Pilot vessel of Clyde Pilotage Authority, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    348. CUSTODIAN (1961-1979 Heavy-lift general cargo ship 488 feet 149 metres of T & J Harrison, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    349. CUZCO (1951-1965 General cargo ship of Pacific Steam Navigation Company, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    350. CW3 (Barge in 2017)
    351. CYCLOPS (1948-1975 general cargo liner 487 feet long of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    352. CYDONIA (1955-1969 General cargo ship of Stag Line, Newcastle, England) (North Shields (England))
    353. CYPRESS (1958-1968 General cargo ship 581 feet long of Hendy International, Los Angeles / Wilson Marine Transit, Cleveland, Ohio)) (U.S.A.)
    354. CYRIL (Steamship ...General cargo ship ... in 1953) (Esbjerg (Denmark))

    D

    1. DAGHID (Oil products tanker)
    2. DAGRUN (General cargo ship)
    3. DAHLIA
    4. DAHOMEY PALM (1949-1959 General cargo ship of Palm Line, London) (London (UK))
    5. DALESMAN (1961-1979 General cargo liner of Charente Steamship / T & J Harrison Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    6. DALHANNA (1958-1969 Ore carrier 504 feet long of Hunting & Sons, Newcastle) (Newcastle)
    7. DALHEM (1957-1969 General cargo ship of Rederi A/B Volo & A/B Leffler & Sons, Slite, Sweden) (Sweden)
    8. DALMAH (1961- Tug 131 feet long of Abu Dhabi) (London)
    9. DALMARNOCK (1925-1971 Effluent sludge tanker 237 feet long of Corporation of Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    10. DALRIADA (Inshore fishing trawler) (Tarbert, Loch Fyne, Scotland)
    11. DAMMTOR
    12. DAN Y BRYN (1952-1960 Tramp general cargo ship 436 feet long of Jersey Transport Company, Jersey) (Jersey, Channel Islands)
    13. DANE (1949-1964 Clyde Puffer 67 feet long of G & G Hamilton) (Glasgow)
    14. DANE (In 1952 General cargo puffer lighter of J & J Hay, Glasgow) (Glasgow (UK))
    15. DANE (1906-1929 Clyde puffer 66 feet long of James Warnock, Paisley) (Glasgow)
    16. DANEIL (General cargo coaster 170 feet long)
    17. DARU (1958-1965 General cargo liner 460 feet long of Elder Dempster Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    18. DAUGAVA (General cargo ship of Latvian owners) (Riga (Latvia))
    19. DAWN WATCH 11 (for 2) Fishing trawler registered BA 120 (Ballantrae (Firth of Clyde))
    20. DAWNLIGHT 1 (1965-1981 motor coaster of Ross & Marshall, Greenock / Glenlight Shipping, Ardrossan / Clyde Shipping Company, Glasgow) (Greenock)
    21. DAY DAWN (Inshore fishing boat)
    22. DCV 401 (Admiralty, London)
    23. DEALMOUTH (1962-1966 Bulk carrier of Dealship, London / Denholm, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    24. DEERPOOL (1950-1961 General cargo ship of Ropner Shipping Company : Scrapped in 1972) (U.K.)
    25. DEERWOOD (1955-1969 General cargo ship 428 feet long of Wm.France, Fenwick & Co.)  (U.K.)
    26. DEFENDER (1955-1975 General cargo liner of Harrison Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    27. DEGEMA (Cargo liner)
    28. DEIDO (1961-1979 Refrigerated / General cargo liner 460 feet long of Elder Dempster Lines, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    29. DELPHIC
    30. DELPHIN (In 1958 Possibly a yacht or motor launch)
    31. DEMODOCUS ( 1955 - 1970 General cargo liner 492 feet long of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line. Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    32. DENBIGHSHIRE (1938-1967 General cargo ship of Glen & Shire Line, London : Scrapped 1969) (London (UK))
    33. DERBY COUNTY (Trawler) (Grimsby (England))
    34. DERBYSHIRE (1935-1964 Passenger / cargo liner of Bibby Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    35. DEROR
    36. DERWENT WATER (coaster) (UK)
    37. DESPATCH (Dutch coaster in 1961) (Netherlands)
    38. DESPOINA (1956-1966 Ocean general cargo ship 133.9m 439 feet long 10 knots of D P Margaronis & A A Fardis, Piraeus) ( Piraeus (Greece))
    39. DEVERON (1959-1963 General cargo coaster 201 feet long of William Sloan Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    40. DEVIS (1963-1969 General cargo ship of Blue Star / Lamport & Holt) (London (England, UK))
    41. DEVON (1946-1971 General cargo liner 495 feet long of Federal Steam Navigation Co Ltd, London) (London (England, UK))
    42. DEVON COAST (1947-1963 General cargo coaster of Coast Lines, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    43. DEVONIA ( 1962 - 1967 an educational cruise ship carrying passengers 517 feet long of British India Line, London) (London)
    44. DEVONSHIRE (1939-1962 Troopship 517 feet long of Bibby Line, Liverpool - later DEVONIA of British India Line) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    45. DEVORA
    46. DHOW No. 336 (Sailing general cargo carrying dhow in 1957) (Egypt)
    47. DHOW No. 79 (Sailing general cargo carrying dhow in 1957) (Egypt)
    48. DIANA
    49. DIAZ DE SOLIS
    50. DIET (General cargo coaster) (Delfzijl (Netherlands))
    51. DILWARA (1936-1960 Troopship of British India Steam Navigation Company, London) (London (England, UK))
    52. DIOMED ( 1956 - 1970 cargo liner 490 feet long of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    53. DIOMED (1895-1915 General cargo ship of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool, 1915 torpedoed and sunk off Scilly Isles) (Liverpool (England))
    54. DIPLOMAT (1953-1972 General cargo liner of T & J Harrison Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    55. DISA
    56. DISCOVERER (1964-1977 General cargo ship 407 feet long of Charente S S Co Ltd / T & J Harrison Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    57. DISPENSER (1943 -
    58. DIVER (The Divers' Motor Boat used by the underwater diver employed by Clyde Navigation Trust, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    59. DIVER No 2 (Divers' Motor Boat used by the underwater diver employed by Clyde Navigation Trust, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    60. DIVING BELL (A Diving Bell Barge owned by Clyde Navigation Trust, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    61. DIVING BELL (Clyde Navigation Trust, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    62. DOCK GATE FOR NUMBER 1 ELDERSLIE DRYDOCK
    63. DOMINIC (1967-1975 General cargo liner of Booth Line, Liverpool / Blue Star Ship Management Ltd) (Liverpool (England))
    64. DOMINION MONARCH (1939-1940 Passenger ship 657 feet long of Shaw Savill & Albion, London:: 1940-1947 Troopship: 1947 returned to owners : Scrapped in 1962) (London (England, UK))
    65. DON (Steam ship in 1942)
    66. DONACILLA (1939-1961 Oil products tanker of Anglo-Saxon / Shell Tankers UK : Scrapped 1961) (London (UK))
    67. DONAGHADEE LIFEBOAT (Stationed at Donaghadee, Northern Ireland)
    68. DONATELLA PARODI
    69. DONGA (cargo liner 1960 - 1981 of Elder Dempster Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    70. DONGEDYK (1952-1966 Passenger and cargo liner 530 feet long of Holland America Line)
    71. DONGOLA (1947-1961 General cargo ship of P & O Line, London) (London (UK))
    72. DORA DANIELSEN (1966-1970 General cargo ship 63m long of Rederiet Otto Danielsen, Copenhagen, Denmark ) (Kobenhavn (Copenhagen, Denmark))
    73. DORIC (1949-1969 cargo liner of Shaw Savill & Albion Line, London) (London)
    74. DORIC FERRY (1962-1981 Passenger and vehicle ferry 362 feet long of Atlantic Steam Navigation Company, London : scrapped 2009) (London (England, UK))
    75. DORINGTON COURT (1957-1963 General cargo ship 473 feet long of Court Line)
    76. DORSET (1949-1972 General cargo liner of Federal Steam Navigation Company, London)  (London (England, UK))
    77. DORSETSHIRE (1920-1927 Passenger / cargo liner 466 feet long of Bibby Line, Liverpool: 1927 converted to permanent Troopship: 1939-1948 Hospital ship:1949-1954 Australia emigrant ship: 1954 scrapped)  (Liverpool (England))
    78. DOUNE CASTLE (1890-1904 Steamer of Donald Currie & Company / Castle Mail Packet Company / Union Castle Line, London) (London (UK))
    79. DROXFORD (1958-1980 Cargo recovery / salvage vessel of Risdon Beasley, Southampton) (Southampton (England, UK))
    80. DRUID (General cargo coaster of Hay Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    81. DRUID (1899-1905 Steam lighter - Clyde puffer - of J & J Hay, Glasgow) (Glasgow (Scotland, UK))
    82. DRYDEN (cargo liner in service with Lamport & Holt Line 1963-1966) (London)
    83. DUCHESS
    84. DUCHESS OF ARGYLL (1906-1952 Passenger steamer (1914-1919 as Admiralty Transport Ship) 250 feet long of Caledonian Steam Packet Co. Ltd., Gourock) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    85. DUCHESS OF ATHOLL (1928-1939 Passenger Liner of Canadian Pacific Line : 1939 converted to troopship, 1942 torpedoed and sunk in South Atlantic. )
    86. DUCHESS OF BEDFORD (1928-1939 Passenger Liner of Canadian Pacific Line : 1939 converted to troopship, 1947 returned to owners renamed EMPRESS OF FRANCE: 1960 scrapped.)
    87. DUCHESS OF HAMILTON ( 1932-1971 Passenger excursion steamer 272 feet long with triple screws of Caledonian Steam Packet Company, Gourock) (Glasgow)
    88. DUCHESS OF MONTROSE ( 1930 - 1964 Passenger excursion steamer 273 feet long of Caledonian steam Packet Company, Gourock)
    89. DUCHESS OF NORMANDY (1954-1967 Passenger ferry 35 feet long of Harbour and Airport Committe, Guernsey,)
    90. DUCHESS OF RICHMOND (1929 - 1940 then 1946-1953 Passenger liner 600 feet long of Canadian Pacific Steamships, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    91. DUCHESS OF YORK (1928-1940 Passenger Liner of Canadian Pacific Line :1940 converted to troopship, 1943 set on fire by air attack off Morocco, torpedoed and sunk the following day.)
    92. DUFF PATON ( 1956 - 1972 Deep-sea fishing trawler 118 feet long owned by Ardrossan Trawling Company (Manager Thomas L Devlin / Walter K Paton, Glasgow)) (Glasgow)
    93. DUIVENDYK (1946- General cargo ship of Holland America Line)
    94. DUKE OF LANCASTER (1928-1944 Passenger ferry 349 feet of London, Midland & Scottish Railway : 1944-1946 Hospital ship : 1946-1956 Returned to owners : Scrapped in 1956) (Lancaster (England, U.K.))
    95. DUKE OF YORK (British Rail)
    96. DUKESGARTH (1961-1971 Ore/Bulk carrier 511 feet long of St Denis Shipping/Cory Maritime, London) (London)
    97. DUNADD (1955 - 1973 Ore carrier 505 feet long of St. Andrews Shipping Co, J & J Denholm, Managers) (Glasgow)
    98. DUNARA CASTLE (1875-1948 Passenger / cargo ship 180 feet long of Martin Orme / McCallum Orne / David MacBrayne) (Port Glasgow / Glasgow)
    99. DUNCRAIG (1957 - 1973 Ore carrier, 505 feet long of St. Andrews Shipping Company / Denholms, Glasgow : Scrapped 1982) (Glasgow)
    100. DUNDALK (1939-1966 with British & Irish Line) (Dublin)
    101. DUNEDIN STAR (1950-1968 Refrigerated / general cargo liner 497 feet long of Blue Star Line, London) (London)
    102. DUNERA (1937-1960 Troopship 1157 troops then 1961-1967 Educational cruise liner 517 feet long 1011 passengers of British India Steam Navigation Company, London) (London (England, UK))
    103. DUNGLASS (Motor launch of Clyde Navigation Trust, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    104. DUNKYLE (1957-1973 Ore carrier 505 feet long of St Andrews Shipping Co. Ltd. - J. & J. Denholm (Management) Ltd., Greenock : Scrapped in 1979) (London (UK))
    105. DUNMORE HEAD (1924-1939 General cargo ship of Head Line, Belfast) (Belfast (Northern Ireland))
    106. DUNOTTAR CASTLE (1936-1958 Passenger and refrigerated cargo liner 540 feet long of Union Castle Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    107. DURANGO (1944-1966 General cargo ship of Royal Mail Lines, London) (London (UK))
    108. DURBAN CASTLE (1938-1962 Passenger / cargo liner of Union Castle Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    109. DURHAM (1934-1965 Refrigerated cargo ship of Federal Steam Navigation Company, London) (London (UK))
    110. DUSSELDORF EXPRESS

    E

    1. EAGLE ( A steamer in 1850) (UK)
    2. EAGLESCLIFFE HALL (1928-1955 A "Great Laker" general cargo ship 253 feet long of Hall Corporation of Canada : Sank in 1961) (Canada)
    3. EASTERN CITY (1941-1970 General cargo ship of Leeds Shipping Company / Reardon Smith Line : Scrapped 1970) (U.K.)
    4. EASTERN ENTERPRISE
    5. EASTGATE (1957-1973 Oil products tanker of Turnbull Scott Shipping Company, London) (London (England, UK))
    6. EASTWOOD (1960-1968 General cargo ship 271 feet long of Constantine & Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    7. EBOE (1952-1977 General cargo ship of Elder Dempster & Company, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    8. EBRO (1952-1969 General cargo ship of Royal Mail Lines, London) (London (England, UK))
    9. ECLIPSE
    10. EDENMORE (London)
    11. EDENWOOD (1943-1960 General cargo ship 272 feet long of Constantine Line) (Middlesborough, England)
    12. EDGAR DORMAN (1978-1989 General cargo coaster 57.51 metres long of Shamrock Shipping Company, Belfast) (Belfast (Northern Ireland))
    13. EDINBURGH CASTLE (1947-1976 Passenger liner of Union Castle Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    14. EDISON (1956-1973 General cargo coaster 56.74 metres long of E. Wagenborg's Scheepvaart, Delfzijl) (Delfzyl (pronounced Delf-zell) Netherlands)
    15. EDWARD STEVINSON (1961-1981 Oil products tanker of Stevinson Hardy Ltd., London)  (London (UK))
    16. EDWIN ABBEY (1943-1947 "Liberty" type general cargo ship 441 feet long of U.S. War Shipping Administration) (U. S. A.)
    17. EFYRA (1965- Oil tanker of Andreadis (UK) Ltd)  (Greece)
    18. EGIDIA ( 1945 - 1962 General cargo liner 496 feet long of Anchor Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    19. EGORI (1957-1978 General cargo ship of Elder Dempster & Company, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    20. EGYPTIAN (1947-1964 General cargo liner of Ellerman Papayanni Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    21. EIGIGU
    22. EILEEN M ( - 1966 coastal oil products tanker of Metcalf Motor Coasters) (London)
    23. EL CORDERO
    24. EL KANEMI (1960 - 1978 with Nigerian National Line, Lagos, Nigeria) (Lagos, Nigeria)
    25. EL KERYM
    26. ELAND (Hopper)
    27. ELBELAND
    28. ELDERSLIE (1924-1973 Grab Hopper Dredger 182 feet long owned by Clyde Navigation Trust / Clyde Port Authority, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    29. ELDERSLIE NUMBER 1 DOCK-GATE
    30. ELGAREN
    31. ELIAS P (1965- General cargo ship 291 feet long of Palbros Maritime Corp, Piraeus) (Piraeus, Greece)
    32. ELIEZER (Inshore fishing trawler) (Port Seton (Scotland))
    33. ELIRE
    34. ELISA (General cargo coaster 191 feet long of H Pepping / Dammers & van der Heide's Shipping & Trading Company, Rotterdam) (Rotterdam (Holland))
    35. ELISABETH ( 662 feet long)
    36. ELISABETH HENDRIK FISSER (1953- General cargo motorship of Fisser & v. Doornum, Emden) (Emden (Germany))
    37. ELISHA GRAVES OTIS (1943-1964 General cargo "Liberty" ship: during WW2 was operated by U.S. Maritime Commission and after WW2 was chartered to Grace Lines : Scrapped 1964) (USA)
    38. ELIZABETH PATON ( 1960 - 1972 Number GW10 Deep-sea fishing trawler 106 feet long of Ardrossan Trawling Company / Walter K Paton / Thomas L Devlin (Granton)  (Glasgow)
    39. ELLEN HUDIG
    40. ELLI AHRENS (1950-1971 General cargo coaster 59 meters long of Diedrich Ahrens, Brake, Germany ) (Brake (Germany))
    41. ELLINIS
    42. ELMINA (1910-1928 General cargo ship of Elder Dempster Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    43. ELOBY (1912-1917 General cargo ship of Elder Dempster Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    44. ELYSIA (1945-1973 General cargo liner 497 feet long of Anchor Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    45. EMDEN (1925-1945 Light cruiser 155 meters 510 feet long of German Navy) (Germany)
    46. EMERALD ISLE (1965- General cargo coaster 156 feet long of N. V. Scheepvaartbedr "Gruno", Amsterdam) (Amsterdam (Netherlands))
    47. EMIL BERGER (Completed 1951 General cargo ship 290 feet long of A Zedler, Lubeck) (Lubeck, West Germany)
    48. EMINENCE
    49. EMPIRE ARQUEBUS (1944 - Landing Ship Infantry / Donaldson Line, Glasgow .. see below for Wikipedia details)
    50. EMPIRE BATTLEAXE (1943-44 Landing Ship Infantry of Ministry of War Transport, London : 1945 to Royal Navy as H.M.S. DONOVAN) (London (England, UK))
    51. EMPIRE BROADSWORD (1943-44 Infantry Landing Ship of Ministry of War Transport, London : Sunk in 1944)  (London (England, UK))
    52. EMPIRE CLYDE (1953-1957 British Government Troopship 678 feet long - formerly Anchor Line's CAMERONIA) (London (England, UK))
    53. EMPIRE CROSSBOW (1944 Landing Ship Infantry .... see below for Wikipedia article) (London (England, UK))
    54. EMPIRE DAMSEL (1942-1947 Coastal tanker of Ministry of War Transport, London) (London (UK))
    55. EMPIRE FOWEY (1946-1960 Troopship managed by P & O Line, London)) (London (England))
    56. EMPIRE GAUNTLET (1944 Landing Ship Infantry of U.S. Maritime Commission : 1944-46 Royal Navy H.M.S. SEFTON : 1946-47 Min.of War Transport EMPIRE GAUNTLET : 1947 to USMC : Scrapped 1964
    57. EMPIRE JAVELIN (1943-1944 Infantry Landing Ship 396 feet long of U.S. Maritime Commission / Blue Star Line, London : Sunk 28 Dec 1944 (U.S.A.)
    58. EMPIRE KEN
    59. EMPIRE MOORHEN (1941-1944 Cargo ship of Ministry of War Transport, London and sunk on 9 June 1944 as a blockship in area Gooseberry 4 Juno Beach at Courseulles-sur-Mer, Calvados (Normandy, France) (London (England, UK))
    60. EMPIRE ORWELL (1950-1957 British Government Troopship) (London (England))
    61. EMPIRE RAPIER (1943-48 Infantry Landing Ship of Ministry of War Transport, London : Scrapped in 1966) (London (England, UK))
    62. EMPIRE STAR (Blue Star)
    63. EMPIRE TAMAR (1941-1944 Cargo ship of Ministry of War Transport, London : Sunk in June 1944 as part of Gooseberry 5, Sword beach Ouistreham, Calvados.(Normandy invasion) (London (England, UK))
    64. EMPIRE WATERHEN (1920-1940 Oil tanker 122m long of U.S. Government : 1940--1944 J & J Denholm, Greenock : Scuttled 9 June 1944 as blockship in Gooseberry No. 4 site, Normandy) (Greenock (Scotland, UK))
    65. EMPRESS OF AUSTRALIA (1953-1956 Passenger liner of Canadian Pacific Line)  (Liverpool (England))
    66. EMPRESS OF BRITAIN (1956-1964 Passenger Liner 640 feet long of Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Liverpool : Scrapped 2008) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    67. EMPRESS OF CANADA (1961-1972 Passenger liner 650 feet 198 metres of Canadian Pacific Steamships, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    68. EMPRESS OF CANADA (1947-1953 Passenger Liner of Canadian Pacific Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    69. EMPRESS OF ENGLAND (1957-1970 Passenger Liner 600 feet long of Canadian Pacific Steamships, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    70. EMPRESS OF FRANCE (1928-1960 Passenger / cargo liner of Canadian Pacific Line, Liverpool : Scrapped 1960) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    71. EMPRESS OF RUSSIA (1913-1945 Passenger liner 570 feet 173 metres long - originally for the trans-Pacific service of Canadian Pacific Railway, Canada) - see the details box for more information (London (England, UK))
    72. EMPRESS OF SCOTLAND (1942-1958 Passenger liner of Canadian Pacific Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    73. EMS ORE (1959-1976 Ore carrier 546 feet long of Transatlantic Bulk Carriers Inc., Monrovia)) (Monrovia (Liberia))
    74. ENCOUNTER BAY
    75. ENESEA
    76. ENGLISH STAR (1950- Refrigerated / general cargo liner 505 feet long of Blue Star Line Ltd, London) (London)
    77. ENNERDALE (1941-1958 1st Dale Class Freighting Tanker of Ministry of War Transport / Royal Fleet Auxiliary, London ; scrapped 1959) (London (UK))
    78. ENSO
    79. ENUGU PALM (1958-1978 General cargo liner of Palm Line, London) (Liverpool)
    80. EPIROS (1942-1948 General cargo ship of Greek Government, : Scrapped in 1953)
    81. ERINNA
    82. ERNE (1962-1984 Oil tanker of James Nourse / P & O, London) (London)
    83. ERNEST HOLT (1948-1971 Fishery Research Trawler Pennant No GY 591 being 193 feet long 11 knots of Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, London) (Grimsby)
    84. ERSKINE FERRY
    85. ESPARTA
    86. ESPERANCE BAY
    87. ESPIGO
    88. ESSEQUIBO
    89. ESSEX (1954 - 1975 general cargo liner 526 feet long of Federal Steam Line, London) (London)
    90. ESSO BRIXHAM (1957-1980 Coastal oil tanker / bunkering tanker of Esso Petroleum) (London (England, UK))
    91. ESSO CHEYENNE (1946? - 1961 Oil products tanker of Esso Tanker Company) (London (England, UK))
    92. ESSO FAWLEY
    93. ESSO GETTYSBURG
    94. ESSO PARKGATE (1955-1985 Port Bunkering tanker of Esso Petroleum Company Ltd., London) (Liverpool (England))
    95. ESSO PENZANCE (Coastal oil products tanker of Esso Tankers, London) (London (UK))
    96. ESSO ROCHESTER
    97. ESTHER
    98. ESTHER ANDREASON (General cargo ship)
    99. ESTHER CHARLOTTE SCHULTE (1961-1980 General cargo ship operated on charter to the Hamburg-Chicago Linie, Hamburg, Germany) (Hamburg (Germany))
    100. ESTRELLA
    101. ETTRICKBANK 1937-1963 General cargo ship of Inver Transport & Trading Co. Ltd. and managed by Andrew Weir’s Bank Line, London.: Scrapped in 1963) (Glasgow (UK))
    102. EUCADIA (1946-1963 General cargo liner of Anchor Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    103. EUCADIA (1968-1980 General cargo ship (formerly LINKMOOR) of Walter Runciman & Company Limited, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    104. EUMAEUS (Cargo liner 1953-1978 with Blue Funnel Line)
    105. EUPLECTA
    106. EURYBATES (1928-1964 General cargo liner of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool : Scrapped in 1964) (Liverpool (England))
    107. EURYMEDON (1947-1952 then 1957-1958 General cargo ship of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    108. EVA JEANETTE (1958-1966 General cargo ship of E Kekonius, Gothenburg)
    109. EVELYN (MFV Motor fishing vessel TT58) (Tarbert, Loch Fyne, Scotland)
    110. EVGENIA
    111. EVITA (1958-1973 Ore carrier 157.1 metres long of A/S Uglands Rederi, Norway) (Grimstad, Norway)
    112. EXBROOK
    113. EXEMPLAR
    114. EXMOUTH (Petrol lighter in 1942)
    115. EXOCHORDA
    116. EXPLORER (Harrison) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    117. EXPLORER STARSHIP (1986-1989 Passenger liner 124 metres long)
    118. EXTON

    F

    1. F T EVERARD
    2. F.S.L'OPINIATRE (1954- French Naval warship Pennant P 644) (France)
    3. FACTO (1921-1960 A General cargo ship 245 feet long of B. Stolt-Nielsen & Sønner A/S, Haugesund ) (Haugesund (Norway))
    4. FACTOR
    5. FAIR HEAD (1957 - 1974 general cargo ship 262 feet long of Ulster Steamship Company "Head Line") (Belfast )
    6. FAIR MAID (1927-1940 Passenger paddle steamer built 1886, then 1940-1945 an Admiralty tender) (Grangemouth (Firth of Forth, Scotland, UK))
    7. FAIRFIELD (1962 - 1974 Deep-sea fishing trawler of Ardrossan Trawling Company / Thomas L Devlin, Aberdeen) (Aberdeen)
    8. FAIRSTAR (1964- 1988 Passenger liner - formerly OXFORDSHIRE - of Fairline Shipping Corp, part of the Vlasov Group - Sitmar Line ) (Monrovia (Liberia))
    9. FAIRTRY 11 (1959 - 1971 Deep-sea Stern / Freezer trawler LH 270 being 275 feet long of C Salvesen Company)  (Leith)
    10. FAIRWAY
    11. FANAD HEAD (1940-1961 General cargo ship of Head Line, Belfast) (Belfast (Northern Ireland))
    12. FARRINGAY (General cargo coaster) (Cardiff (Wales))
    13. FARSISTAN
    14. FAVORIT (General cargo coaster 179 feet long)
    15. FAVORITA (1959-1973 Ore carrier of A/S Uglands Rederi, Grimstad, Norway : Scrapped in 1983 ) (Grimstad (Norway))
    16. FAYROUZ 1 (1983- Bulk carrier 179 metres long of Macedonia Maritime Company / Fereniki Lines S.A., Piraeus, Greece) (Piraeus, Greece)
    17. FEDERICO FERRER ( 1959-1979 General cargo coaster 179 feet long of Federico Ferrer Tuset, Valencia) (Valencia)
    18. FELICIA (General cargo coaster) (Copenhagen, Denmark)
    19. FELTO (Haugesund (Norway))
    20. FERNCOURT (1938-1954 Oil tanker of Skibs A/S Marine / Fearnley & Astrup, Oslo, Norway)  (Oslo (Norway))
    21. FERNFIELD (1958 - 1971 General dry-cargo coaster of Zillah Shipping Company, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    22. FERTILITY (Inshore fishing trawler) (Peterhead (Scotland))
    23. FIAT (1956-1970 General cargo coaster 51.78 metres long 9.5 knots of Gebr. Bodewes 'Volharding', Foxhol for: P.Hekman Dordrecht) (Dordrecht (South Netherlands))
    24. FIDENTIA (1954-1966 Tramp general cargo ship of Thomas Metcalfe Shipping Company) (UK)
    25. FIDUCIA
    26. FIJI GAS (1972- Liquefied Gas Carrier 83 metres long of Liquefied Gas Carriers (Fiji) Ltd., Suva, Fiji) (Suva (Fiji))
    27. FIJIAN
    28. FINE EAGLE
    29. FINLANDIA (General cargo coaster) (Netherlands)
    30. FINNAMORE MEADOW (1961- 1977 Ore carrier of Mavroleon London & Overseas Freighters : Scrapped in 1982) (London (UK))
    31. FIONA (1953-1969 General cargo coaster 48 metres long of Wagenborg's Scheepvaart / Cornelis van Wattum en N.V. S. de Graaf en Zonen (Weerdinge), Delfzijl) (Delfzijl (Netherlands))
    32. FIONNACHAL (Inshore fishing boat)
    33. FIRETHORN (1905- General cargo coaster of Thorn Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    34. FIRTH FISHER ( 1954 - 1971 General cargo coaster of James Fisher & Sons Ltd, Barrow, England)
    35. FISHERSVIC (1948-1954 General cargo coaster of James Fisher & Sons Ltd., Barrow) (Barrow (England))
    36. FIVEL
    37. FLAMENCO (1950-1966 Cargo Liner of Pacific Steam Navigation Company, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    38. FLANDRE (1952-1967 Passenger liner 600 feet (183 metres) of French Line, Le Havre) (Le Havre (France))
    39. FLAVO
    40. FLINDERS BAY
    41. FLORA McDONALD (In 1846 sailing ship Barque)
    42. FLORES (1957- General cargo coaster 61.05 metres length of Ripmeester & Co N.V./ Rederij Gebr. Sloots (Vlaarindingen (Netherlands))
    43. FLORIAN (1955 - 1971 General cargo liner 351 feet long of Ellerman Papayanni Line) (Liverpool)
    44. FLORISTAN ( 1944-1963 General cargo liner of F C Strick Line, London) (London)
    45. FLYING BUZZARD ( 1951-1963 Coastal and harbour tug 105 feet long of Clyde Shipping Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    46. FLYING DEMON (1964- 1984 Harbour and coastal tug 82 feet long of Clyde Shipping Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    47. FLYING DIPPER (Tug of Clyde Shipping Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    48. FLYING DOLPHIN (Tug of Clyde Shipping Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    49. FLYING DRAKE (1957-1969 Tug 99 feet long of Clyde Shipping Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    50. FLYING DUCK (1956-1976 Tug 99 feet long of Clyde Shipping Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    51. FLYING FALCON (1968-1985 Firefighting Tug 33.71 metres long of Clyde Shipping Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    52. FLYING FOAM (1962-1981 Tug 112 feet long of Clyde Shipping Company) (Glasgow)
    53. FLYING MERLIN ( 1951-1967 Coastal and harbour tug of Clyde Shipping Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    54. FLYING METEOR ( Tug of Clyde Shipping Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    55. FLYING MIST (1962-1981 Tug of Clyde Shipping Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    56. FLYING PETREL ( 1951-1963 Harbour and coastal tug of Clyde Shipping Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    57. FLYING SPITFIRE (1946- Tug 108 feet long of Clyde Shipping Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    58. FLYING SPRAY (1962-1981 Tug 33.81 metres long of Clyde Shipping Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    59. FLYING TEMPEST (1946- Tug 108 feet long of Clyde Shipping Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    60. FLYING WITCH ( Tug owned by Clyde Shipping Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    61. FLYING WIZARD ( 1960-1971 Tug 88 feet long of Clyde Shipping Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    62. FOAMVILLE (1923- General cargo 3-island coaster 190 feet long speed 8 knots of John S Monks, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    63. FOGLARO (1962-1967 Ore carrier 450 feet long of Rederi AB Regulus (Rex), Stockholm, Sweden) (Stockholm (Sweden))
    64. FOGO (Portugal)
    65. FORAGER (Tug of Steel & Bennie) (Glasgow)
    66. FOREST TOWN
    67. FORESTER (1952-1970 General cargo liner of T & J Harrison / Charente Line, Liverpool)  (Liverpool)
    68. FORT FRONTENAC
    69. FORTH (coaster in service 1959-1962 with William Sloan & Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    70. FORTHFIELD (1954-1975 Oil products tanker 554 feet long of Hunting) (Newcastle (England))
    71. FORUM NEW ZEALAND
    72. FOX (In 1894 a cargo carrying sailing smack owned by A McMurtrie) (Irvine, Ayrshire, Scotland)
    73. FRAGUM (1952-1964 Coastal oil tanker 332 feet long of Shell Tankers, London) (London)
    74. FRANCE (1960-1974 Passenger liner 316.1 m (1,035 ft) of Compagnie Generale Transatlantique (French Line) of Le Havre, France : Scrapped 2008) (Le Havre (France))
    75. FRANCISCA SARTORI (Hamburg Chicago Linie) (Kiel, Germany)
    76. FRANCISKA HENDRIK FISSER (1952 - ? General cargo ship of Fisser & v Doornum, Emden, Germany) (Emden (Germany))
    77. FRANCONIA (1911-1916 Passenger liner 625 feet long of Cunard Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    78. FRANCONIA (1923-1956 Passenger / cargo liner 601 feet long of Cunard Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    79. FRANCONIA (1963-1973 Passenger liner (formerly IVERNIA) of Cunard Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    80. FRAUKE (1956-1971 General cargo coaster of Capt Paul Heinrich, Hamburg) (Hamburg (Germany))
    81. FREETOWN (1946-1958 General cargo ship of Elder Dempster Line, Liverpool : Scrapped 1958) (Liverpool (England))
    82. FREEWAY NORTH
    83. FREMANTLE STAR (1952-1958 General cargo ship of Blue Star Line, London) (London (UK))
    84. FREMANTLE STAR (1960-1979 General cargo ship of Blue Star Line, London) (London (UK))
    85. FRESNO STAR (1929-1947 General cargo ship of Blue Star Line, London : Scrapped 1947)  (London (England, UK))
    86. FRESNO STAR (1951-1957 General cargo ship of Blue Star Line, London) (London (UK))
    87. FRISCIE (General cargo ship in 1965)
    88. FRISEA
    89. FRUIN ( 1958-1963 General cargo coaster of William Sloan Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    90. FUJIYASU
    91. FULANI (1946-1958 General cargo ship of Elder Dempster Line, Liverpool, scrapped in 1958) (Liverpool (England))

    G

    1. GAASTERDYK (1966-1978 Container ship of Nederlandsch-Amerikaansche Stoomvaart Maatschappij / Holland America Line)
    2. GAEL "Pronounced Gale - as in a storm" ( 1931-1964 Clyde puffer 66 feet long of J & J Hay, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    3. GALLIC (1960-1964 General cargo liner chartered from Prince Line (ex CINGALESE PRINCE) of Shaw Savill Line, London) (London (UK))
    4. GAMBIA PALM (1949-1959 General cargo ship of Palm Line, London) (London (UK))
    5. GAMZAT TSADASA
    6. GARMOYLE (Motor Launch of Clyde Navigation Trust, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    7. GARNOCK (1956 -1984 Ship handling tug 78 feet long of Imperial Chemical Industries) (Irvine (Firth of Clyde, Scotland, U.K.))
    8. GARONNE (1958-1970 General cargo coaster 50.5 m long of Kustvaartrederij m.s GARONNE, Groningen, Netherlands) (Groningen (Netherlands))
    9. GARTH CASTLE (1880-1900 Steamer of Donald Currie & Company / Castle Mail Packet Company, London) (London (England, UK))
    10. GARTWOOD (1946-1966 a cargo ship of Constantine Line, Middlesbrough, England) (Middlesbrough (England))
    11. GAS LION
    12. GATON
    13. GAUTATYR ( 1962-1974 General cargo ship of Rederi A/S Myren (Holm + Wonsild), Copenhagen) (Copenhagen (Denmark))
    14. GEELONG STAR (1954-1958 General cargo liner of Blue Star Line, London) (London (UK))
    15. GEERTJE BUISMAN (1958-1970 General cargo ship 263 feet 80,17 metres long of N.V. R. Buisman's Koninklijke Fabriek van Gebrande Suikerpoeder, Zwartsluis, Netherlands) (Zwartsluis, Netherlands )
    16. GEESTPORT (1982-1994 Refrigerated cargo ship 159 metres long)
    17. GEMSBOK ( 1960 - 1961 General cargo ship (formerly CLAN MACRAE) of Springbok Line/Bullard King)
    18. GENERAL BERLING
    19. GENERAL H. W. BUTNER (U.S. Navy)
    20. GENERAL S. B. BUCKNER (U.S. Army Transport) (USA)
    21. GENERAL W.C. LANGFITT
    22. GENNY PORR (1962-1969 General cargo coaster)
    23. GEORGE M COHAN (1943-1947 "Liberty" type General cargo ship 441 feet long of United States War Shipping Administration) (USA)
    24. GEORGIA
    25. GEORGIC (1934-1956 Passenger Liner of Cunard White Star Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    26. GEORGINA V EVERARD ( 1951-1978 General cargo coaster 306 feet long of F T Everard, London) (London)
    27. GEORGIO FASSLO (Cargo ship) (Italy)
    28. GEORGIOS S (Greek-owned cargo ship)
    29. GEORGIOS SIDERATOS (General cargo ship 442 feet long)
    30. GERD MAERSK
    31. GERSOM (1958-1974 General cargo coaster 50.5 meters of Carebeka N.V., Groningen, Netherlands / Owner:Geert Leinenga, Delfzijl, Netherlands) (Delfzijl (Netherlands))
    32. GILLIAN EVERARD (1963-1984 General cargo coaster 244 feet long of F T Everard, London) (London)
    33. GITANA (Groningen)
    34. GLADYS BOWATER (1958-1972 General cargo ship 325 feet long of Bowater Steamship Company / Furness Withy & Company, then Cayzer, Irvine Ltd., London) (London (UK))
    35. GLANELY ( 1960 - 1969 general cargo ship 469 feet long of Atlantic Shipping & Trading/W J Tatem, London) (London)
    36. GLAS ISLAND (1955-1968 dry cargo coaster owned by Cunninghams of Scalpay) (Stornoway (Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Scotland, U.K.))
    37. GLAUCUS (1963-1964 General cargo liner (formerly MONMOUTHSHIRE) 453 feet long of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    38. GLEANER (Inshore fishing boat) (Tarbert)
    39. GLEN SANNOX (1957-1989 Passenger/vehicle ferry 256 feet long of Caledonian Steam Packet Company, Gourock) (Glasgow)
    40. GLEN SANNOX (1925-1954 Passenger steamer 250 feet long of London, Midland & Scottish Railway Company / Caledonian Steam Packet Company, Gourock) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    41. GLEN SANNOX (in 1946) (Glasgow)
    42. GLEN SHIEL (1959-1973 Motor coaster of Glenlight Shipping, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    43. GLENARAY (Clyde puffer)
    44. GLENCLOY (1966-1979 General cargo coaster 109 feet long of G & G Hamilton, Glasgow) (Glasgow (UK))
    45. GLENCLOY (1930-1966 Clyde Puffer 85 feet long of G & G Hamilton)) (Glasgow)
    46. GLENETIVE (1978-1990 General cargo coaster of Glenlight Company, Ardrossan) (London (England, UK))
    47. GLENFYNE (1965-1988 General cargo coaster of Glenlight Shipping, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    48. GLENLEE (1992- A 3-masted barque 245.34 feet (74.83 met long and a static floating museum ship at Riverside Museum, Glasgow))  (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    49. GLENMOOR (1953-1976 General cargo ship 449 feet long of Moor Line Ltd (Walter Runciman & Co Ltd), London / 1968 Anchor Line Ltd, Glasgow ) (London (UK))
    50. GLENORCHY (1948-1970 General cargo ship of Glen & Shire Line, London : Scrapped 1971) (London (UK))
    51. GLENPARK (1971- Bulk carrier of Denholm Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    52. GLENROY (1938-1966 General cargo ship of Glen & Shire Line, London : Scrapped 1966) (London (UK))
    53. GLENSHIEL (1952-1957 General cargo ship of Glen & Shire Line, London) (London (UK))
    54. GLENSHIRA (1953 - Motor coaster 86 feet long of G Hamilton Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    55. GLENVILLE
    56. GLITTE PEDERSEN
    57. GLOBAL FORTUNE
    58. GLOBE EXPLORER (1960-1964 Oil tanker 572 feet long of Bulk Ships/ Maritime Overseas Corp., New York (New York)
    59. GLOUCESTER CITY (1954-1968 General cargo ship 449 feet long of Bristol City Line (Canada) Ltd., Bristol : Wrecked at Madagascar in 1968) (Bristol (England, U.K.))
    60. GODWIT
    61. GOGOVALE
    62. GOOD HOPE CASTLE (1946-1959 Cargo liner of Union Castle Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    63. GOODWILL (General cargo coaster of A C Hoff, Rotterdam) (Rotterdam)
    64. GOODWILL (Inshore fishing trawler pennant number LH 2556)
    65. GOODWILL (small private skiff) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    66. GORJISTAN (Cargo liner of Frank C Strick Company, London) (London)
    67. GOTHIC (1947-1969 Passenger/cargo liner of Shaw Savill Line, London) (London)
    68. GOTHLAND (1961-1977 Ore carrier 595 feet long of Currie Line, Leith) (Leith)
    69. GOVERNOR (1952-1972 Cargo liner of T & J Harrison Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    70. GRACE McALLISTER (Tugboat of McAllister Towage and Transportation, 17 Battery Place, New York) (New York (USA))
    71. GRACEHILL (1918-1957 General cargo coaster 156 feet long of Howdens (Coal Importers Ltd, Larne : 1952-1957 John Kelly Ltd, Belfast)) (Belfast (Northern Ireland))
    72. GRACIA (1946-1953 General cargo ship of Donaldson Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow (UK))
    73. GRAIN STAR
    74. GRANTON HARRIER (Deep-sea fishing trawler) (Granton)
    75. GRANTON KESTREL (Deep-sea fishing trawler)
    76. GRANTON MERLIN (Deep-sea fishing trawler) (Granton)
    77. GRANTON OSPREY ( 1960 - 1970 Deep-sea fishing trawler GN19 of William Carnie/Carnie & Croan, Granton) (Granton, Edinburgh)
    78. GRANUAILE (1948-1970 Lighthouse Tender 230 feet long for Commissioners of Irish Lights, Dublin) (Liverpool)
    79. GREAT FORTRESS
    80. GREAT JADE
    81. GREAT LIGHT
    82. GREAT OCEAN
    83. GREBE (Cargo vessel of General Steam Navigation Company, London) (London)
    84. GRECIAN (1949-1966 General cargo liner 362 feet long of Ellerman Papayanni Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    85. GRECIAN EMBLEM (1957-1974 General cargo vessel 504 feet long of Goulandris Brothers , London) (London)
    86. GREEK (1902 - Steam general cargo lighter - Clyde puffer - of J & J Hay, Glasgow) (Glasgow (Scotland, UK))
    87. GREENFORD (General cargo ship in 1966) (Liverpool (England))
    88. GREGOR PATON (Deep-sea fishing trawler) (Glasgow)
    89. GRETA (1957-1964 General cargo coaster 48.18 metres long of Manager: NV Scheepvaartbedrijf 'Gruno', Groningen, Owner: Jurjen Schokkenbroek, Groningen, Netherlands) (Groningen (Holland))
    90. GRETE SKOU (Cargo ship of D/S Ove Skou, Kobenhavn, Denmark) (Kobenhavn (Copenhagen) Denmark)
    91. GREY MASTER (General cargo liner of Skips - A/S Golden West (Johan H.Andrsen Oslo as manager) Oslo Norway) (Oslo (Norway))
    92. GRIETJE ( 1960-1963 General cargo coaster 130 feet long of Boersma Shipping, Netherlands) (Groningen (Holland))
    93. GRINDEFJELL (1953 - 1966 General cargo ship of Olsen & Ugelstad, Oslo, Norway) (Oslo)
    94. GRIPSHOLM (1924-1954 Passenger liner 573ft 175m long of Swedish American Line, Gothenburg) (Gothenburg (Sweden))
    95. GROOTE BEER
    96. GRYFEVALE (1929-1944 General cargo ship 385 feet long of Gryfevale S.S. Co. / A Crawford Co., Glasgow : Scrapped 1962) (Glasgow (Scotland))
    97. GULF SULTAN
    98. GULFHAVEN
    99. GULFPEAK
    100. GULFSERVICE
    101. GULLFOSS (1950-1973 Passenger / Cargo ship of Eimskip, Reykjavik) (Reykjavik (Iceland))
    102. GUNN (General cargo ship 448 feet long) (U.K.)
    103. GUNNER (Requisitioned by Admiralty 1939-1946 as H.M. Minesweeping Trawler FY 568 of Royal Navy, London)  (Admiralty, London)
    104. GUNTER SCHULTE
    105. GUNUNG DJATI (1958 - 1962 a passenger ship fitted for carrying pilgrims 576 feet long of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line) (Liverpool)
    106. GYDA
    107. GYPSUM EMPRESS

    H

    1. H K WAAGE (Built 1919 - formerly IBUKI MARU - now steel screw steamer 270 feet long of D/S A/S Fold, M Clausen manager , Haugesund, Norway) (Haugesund (Norway))
    2. H.M.A.S. ONSLOW (Royal Australian Navy)
    3. H.M.A.S. OVENS (Submarine of Royal Australian Navy)
    4. H.M.S. BRIGHTON ( 1961 - 1985 Anti-submarine warfare frigate 370 feet long pennant number F 106 of Royal Navy, London) (Admiralty, London)
    5. H.M.S. DELIGHT (1953- "Daring" class destroyer of Royal Navy. London) (Admiralty, London)
    6. H.M.S. AGINCOURT (1947- Radar Picket destroyer of Royal Navy, London) (Admiralty, London)
    7. H.M.S. ANTRIM (Admiralty, London)
    8. H.M.S. ASHANTI ( 1961 - 1988 Tribal class frigate 360 feet long Pennant No. F117 of Royal Navy, London) (Admiralty, London)
    9. H.M.S. BARKIS (1945-1964 "Bar-class" Boom Defence Vessel of Admiralty, London) (Admiralty, London)
    10. H.M.S. BARNARD (Royal Navy) (Admiralty, London.)
    11. H.M.S. BARRAGE ( 1937-1970 Bar-class Boom Defence Vessel of Admiralty, London)  (Admiralty, London)
    12. H.M.S. BARRANCA (1938-1964 Bar-Class Boom Defence Vessel of Royal Navy, London) (Admiralty, London)
    13. H.M.S. BARRHEAD (1941-1964 Boom defence vessel, pennant number Z41 of Admiralty, London) (Admiralty, London)
    14. H.M.S. BARRINGTON (1940-1969 "Bar-Class" Boom Defence Vessel of Royal Navy, London) (Admiralty, London)
    15. H.M.S. BELTON (M 1199 of Royal Navy, London) (Admiralty, London)
    16. H.M.S. BRIGHTON (1940-1944 Destroyer I 08 (formerly USS COWELL of United States Navy) of Royal Navy, London) (Admiralty, London)
    17. H.M.S. BRILLIANT (1931-1947 "B-class Destroyer (H84) of Royal Navy : Scrapped in 1947) (Admiralty, London)
    18. H.M.S. CADIZ (1946-1956 Battle-class Destroyer 379 feet long pennant number D79 of the Royal Navy, London) (Admiralty, London)
    19. H.M.S. CENTAUR (1953-1971 Hermes-class Light Fleet Aircraft Carrier 738 feet long of Royal Navy, London : Scrapped 1972) (Admiralty, London)
    20. H.M.S. CLOVER (1941-1947 Corvette 205 feet long of Royal Navy, London) (Admiralty, London)
    21. H.M.S. CLYDE (1960-1971 Coastal Minesweeper "Ton Class" of Admiralty, London) (Admiralty, London)
    22. H.M.S. DECOY (1953-1969 Daring-Class Destroyer 399 feet long Pennant D106 of Royal Navy, London) (Admiralty, London)
    23. H.M.S. DIDO (1961-1983 Leander Class Frigate 372 feet long Pennant Y100 of Royal Navy, London) (Admiralty, London)
    24. H.M.S. DUKE OF YORK (1941-1957 Battleship 745ft 227m long of Royal Navy, London : Scrapped 1957) (Admiralty, London)
    25. H.M.S. EAGLE (1951 - Aircraft carrier 804 feet long of Royal Navy, London) (Admiralty, London)
    26. H.M.S. ENDURANCE (1968- Ice patrol vessel) (Admiralty, London)
    27. H.M.S. ESCORT (1934-1940 E-class Destroyer 329ft 100m long of Royal Navy, London : 1940 Sank after being torpedoed) (Admiralty, London)
    28. H.M.S. EXMOUTH (1957-1979 Blackwood-class Anti-submarine Frigate Pennant No. F84 of Royal Navy, London) (Admiralty, London)
    29. H.M.S. EXMOUTH (1957-1979 A Blackwood-class Anti-submarine Frigate Pennant No. F84 of Royal Navy, London) (Admiralty, London)
    30. H.M.S. FIFE (1964-1987 Guided missile County-class destroyer 520 feet long of Royal Navy, London) (Admiralty, London)
    31. H.M.S. FORTH (2017- Offshore Patrol Vessel P222 of Royal Navy, London) (Admiralty, London)
    32. H.M.S. GANNET (Royal Naval Air Station, Prestwick, Scotland, U.K.) (Admiralty, London)
    33. H.M.S. HEBE (1894-1920 Submarine Depot Ship of Royal Navy) (Admiralty, London)
    34. H.M.S. HERMES (Aircraft carrier of Royal Navy, London) (Admiralty, London)
    35. H.M.S. HERMIONE (1967-1997 Leander Class Frigate Pennant Y160 of Royal Navy, London) (Admiralty, London)
    36. H.M.S. HOWE (1942-1958 Battleship of Royal Navy, London) (Admiralty, London)
    37. H.M.S. ILLUSTRIOUS (1940-1954 Aircraft Carrier of Royal Navy, London) (Admiralty, London)
    38. H.M.S. INTREPID (Assault ship of Royal Navy) (Admiralty, London)
    39. H.M.S. ISLE OF GUERNSEY (1930-1940 Passenger Ferry, 1940-1948 Requisitioned by Admiralty, 1948-1961 Passenger Ferry of Southern Railway, Southampton) (Southampton (England, UK))
    40. H.M.S. JUPITER (Admiralty, London)
    41. H.M.S. KEPPEL ( 1956 - 1979 Blackwood-class frigate F 85 310 feet long of Royal Navy) (Admiralty, London)
    42. H.M.S. KEREN (1941-1951 Landing ship Infantry 471 feet long (formerly 1930-1941 British India's KENYA) of Admiralty, London  (Admiralty, London)
    43. H.M.S. LEVIATHAN (Admiralty, London)
    44. H.M.S. MANDARIN (Admiralty, London)
    45. H.M.S. MFV 1164 ( 1945 - 1972 Motor fishing vessel of MFV 1001 class of Royal Navy, London) (Royal Navy, Admiralty, London)
    46. H.M.S. MOORSMAN (Admiralty-type Mooring Vessel) (Admiralty, London)
    47. H.M.S. NELSON (1927-1948 Nelson-class Battleship of Royal Navy, London : Scrapped 1949) (Admiralty, London)
    48. H.M.S. P615 (1940-1943 P 611 Class Submarine of Royal Navy, London) (Admiralty, London)
    49. H.M.S. RELENTLESS (1942- Frigate of Royal Navy, London) (Admiralty, London)
    50. H.M.S. RESOLUTION (1967-1994 Pennant S22 Ballistic missile submarine 425 feet long of Royal Navy, London) (Admiralty, London)
    51. H.M.S. SPA (1942- 1970 "SPA"-Class Water Carrier Pennant X92 / A192 of Royal Fleet Auxiliary, London) (Admiralty, London)
    52. H.M.S. THAMES (1969-1975 RNVR Ton-class Minesweeper of Royal Navy, London) (Admiralty, London)
    53. H.M.S. VALOUR (Royal Navy, London) (Admiralty, London)
    54. H.M.S. VICTORIOUS (1941-1968 Illustrious-class Aircraft Carrier 673ft 205m long of Royal Navy, London : Scrapped 1969) (Admiralty, London)
    55. H.M.S. VIDAL (1954-1976 Research vessel 315 feet long of Royal Navy, London) (Admiralty, London)
    56. H.M.S. VIRULENT (1944-1946 V-class submarine P95 of Royal Navy, London) (Admiralty, London)
    57. H.M.S. WALRUS (1961-1987 Porpoise class submarine 290 feet long of Royal Navy, London) (Admiralty, London)
    58. H.M.S. ZEST (1944- Frigate of Royal Navy, London) (Admiralty, London)
    59. H.M.S. ZETLAND (1942-1954 Type 11 Hunt Class Destroyer Pennant Number L 59 280 feet 85 meters long of Royal Navy, London)  (Admiralty, London)
    60. H.M.Surveying Ship BEAUFORT (1919-1939 Survey ship 231 feet long of Admiralty, London) (Admiralty, London)
    61. HAAKON HAUAN (1935-1960 Oil tanker of A/S Østlandske Petroleums Compagni, Oslo (in 1953 Company renamed A/S Norske Esso) (Oslo (Norway))
    62. HAARLEM (In 1927 cargo ship of Currie Line)
    63. HALCIENCE ( 1948-1968 A three-island general cargo coaster 220 feet long of London and Rochester Shipping Company) (Rochester (England))
    64. HALCYON (1947-1966 General cargo coaster 84 feet long of William McMillan, Campbeltown) (Irvine, Ayrshire, Scotland)
    65. HALCYON DAYS ( 1963 - 1974 Product tanker of Court Line, London) (London)
    66. HALIA (1958-1985 Oil tanker 556 feet long 14.5 knots of Shell Petroleum Company, London) (London)
    67. HALMSTAD (1909-1957 General cargo ship of Bissmark Linie, Hamburg : Scrapped 1957)) (Hamburg (Germany))
    68. HALRONELL (1950-1961 General cargo coaster of J. Tyrrell, Arklow, Ireland) (Bristol (England))
    69. HAMILTON SLEIGH ( 1961 - 1979 Oil tanker 658 feet long of Dominion Shipping/ H C Sleigh, Hong Kong) (Hong Kong)
    70. HAMINA ( 1954 - General cargo ship 304 feet long of Skibs A/S William Hansens Rederi 11, Norway) (Bergen (Norway))
    71. HAMME ( 1958- General cargo coaster 234 feet long of Friedrich Tiemann, Bremen) (Bremen (Germany))
    72. HANG ZHOU (General cargo ship) (China)
    73. HANS (General cargo coaster, 2 holds, one mast of Dutch owners) (Groningen)
    74. HANS (General cargo coaster, 2 holds, one mast of Dutch owners) (Groningen (Holland))
    75. HANTONIA (1939-1945 Accommodation ship 290 feet long for Royal Navy, London)
    76. HAPARANGI (1947-1967 Refrigerated cargo ship 541 feet long of New Zealand Shipping Company: 1967 transferred to Federal Line: 1971 transferred to P & O: scrapped 1974 (U.K.)
    77. HAPPY BIRD
    78. HARE (1886-1899 Passenger and cargo steamer 216 feet long of John Burns, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    79. HARLE (Fishing Trawler in 1959) (France)
    80. HARLEQUIN (Sailing Barque in 1860)
    81. HARMATTAN ( 1961 - 1972 General cargo ship 488 feet long of J & C Harrison, London) (London)
    82. HAROLD H HELM (Liberia)
    83. HARRIER (In 1974 Fishing trawler of British United Trawlers) (U.K.)
    84. HARRY LUCKENBACH
    85. HARRY R JONES (1916-1960 Great Lakes cargo carrier 468 feet long of Interlake Steamship Company) (USA or Canada)
    86. HASSELO ( 1955-1967 Ore carrier of Rederi AB Rex Stockholm Sweden) (Stockholm (Sweden))
    87. HATANO (1939-1946 H.M.Minesweeping Trawler FY662 requisitioned by Admiralty, London)
    88. HAUSTELLUM (1954-1975 "H"- class Oil products tanker 556 feet long of Shell Tankers UK, London)  (London)
    89. HAVDHEM (1962-1967 General cargo ship)
    90. HAVEN STAR (Deep-sea fishing trawler of Westward Trawlers Ltd) (Milford (Wales))
    91. HAVFALK
    92. HAWARDEN BRIDGE (1940-1967 General cargo coaster 131 feet long of John Summers Steelworks, Shotton, Chester) (Chester (England))
    93. HAZELMOOR ( 1953 - 1978 General cargo ship 449 feet long of Walter Runciman's Moor Line)  (London)
    94. HAZELWOOD (1903-1916 General cargo steamer 325 feet long of Joseph Constantine Shipping) (UK)
    95. HEBRIDEAN PRINCESS (1989- Passenger cruise ship 72m 236ft long of Hebridean Island Cruises, Skipton, England) (U.K.)
    96. HECTOR (1924-1942 Passenger/cargo liner of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool : 1942 bombed and sunk in Colombo Harbour, 1946 scrapped.) (Liverpool (England))
    97. HECTOR (1950 - 1972 passenger/cargo liner 523 feet long of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    98. HELDER (In 1927 cargo ship of Currie Line)
    99. HELDIA (1955-1973 Product tanker of Shell Tankers, London) (London (England, UK))
    100. HELEN
    101. HELENA (203 feet)
    102. HELENUS ( 1949 - 1972 Passenger/cargo liner 523 feet long of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    103. HELENUS (1913-1942 General cargo liner of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool, 1942 torpedoed and sunk off Freetown; loss of 5 lives) (Liverpool (England))
    104. HELLENIC GLORY
    105. HELMA ENTZ (1958-1971 Products tanker 170 metres 558 feet of Thomas Entz Tanker GmbH, Rendsburg, Germany ) (Hamburg (Germany))
    106. HENNIE (1962-1964 General cargo coaster 50.78 metres long of Wagenborg's Scheepvaart / Marten and Klaas de Jong, Harlingen, (Harlingen (Netherlands))
    107. HERADA (Cargo ship)
    108. HERDSMAN (1946 - 1965 cargo liner of T & J Harrison Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    109. HEREFORDSHIRE (1944-1954 then 1961-1969 cargo ship of Bibby Line, Liverpool)  (Liverpool)
    110. HERMAN BODEWES (1965- General cargo coaster 226 feet long of Rederij m.s. "Herman Bodewes," / Fa J Seven, Hoogezand) (Hoogezand (Netherlands))
    111. HERMIA (1955- General cargo ship 216 feet long of Rederi Svenska Lloyd A/B, Gothenburg) (Gothenburg, Sweden)
    112. HERNAN CORTES (1944-1971 Pizarro-class Sloop of Spanish Navy) (Spain)
    113. HERRIESDALE (1957-1962 General cargo coaster 160 feet long of P. D. Hendry, Glasgow) (U.K.)
    114. HERTFORD
    115. HESS DIESEL
    116. HEY DAROMA (formerly LAIRDS LOCH)
    117. HIBERNIAN COAST (General cargo coaster of Coast Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    118. HIGHLAND BRIGADE (1932-1959 Passenger / cargo liner of Nelson Line / Royal Mail Lines) (London (England, UK))
    119. HIGHLAND CHIEFTAIN (Royal Mail Line) (London (England, UK))
    120. HIGHLAND MONARCH (1932-1960 Passenger / cargo liner of Nelson Line / Royal Mail Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    121. HIGHLAND PRINCESS (Royal Mail Lines, London) (London (England, UK))
    122. HILARY (1931-1959 Passenger/cargo liner of Booth Steamship Co., Ltd., Liverpool)
    123. HILDA (Coaster in 1924)
    124. HILDEBRAND (1951-1957 Passenger / cargo liner 439 feet long of Booth Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    125. HILDEGARD (1953-1956 General cargo ship : Foundered 1962 off Poland) (Hamburg (Germany))
    126. HIMA (1957-1973 Oil tanker of Shell "H" class 560 feet long of Shell Tankers , London) (London)
    127. HIMALAYA (1949-1974 Passenger / cargo liner of P & O, London: scrapped 1974) (London (England, UK))
    128. HIMING (General cargo ship) (Skien (Norway))
    129. HINAKURA
    130. HINDSIA (1955-1976 Oil tanker of Shell Bermuda (Overseas) Ltd., London) (London)
    131. HINRICH AHRENS (1965-1970 General cargo coaster)
    132. HISTORIAN (1948 - 1962 General cargo ship of T & J Harrison, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    133. HITTEEN
    134. HMAS OVENS (Royal Australian Navy)
    135. HOBART STAR (1956-1972 Refrigerated / general cargo liner of Blue Star Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    136. HOEGH CLIFF
    137. HOLDERNITH (1954-1963 A 3-Island general cargo coaster 198 feet long of Holderness Steamship Company, Hull) (Hull (England))
    138. HOLENDRECHT (1958-1978 Bulk carrier) (Rotterdam (Netherlands))
    139. HOLMBURY (1946-1960 General cargo ship of Houlder Brothers / Alexander Steam Ship Company, London) (London (UK))
    140. HOLMFIELD (1957 - 1967 coaster of Zillah Shipping, Liverpool)) (Liverpool)
    141. HOLMSIDE (1959-1969 General cargo ship 371 feet long of Burnett Steamship Co. Ltd, Newcastle : Wrecked Casablanca 1980) (Newcastle (England))
    142. HOLSTEIN (1950-1960 General cargo ship 113 metres long of C Mackprang, Germany) (Germany)
    143. HONG QI (CHINA)
    144. HONGKONG EXPRESS
    145. HOOGEZAND (1951-1963 General cargo coaster 57 meters 187 feet long of Jan Wiltens (Delfzijl) / Wijnne & Barends, Netherlands) (Delfzijl (Netherlands))
    146. HOOP (Dutch coaster of N.V."Carebeka", Rotterdam) (Delfzyl, Netherlands)
    147. HOPECREST ( 1961 - ? General cargo ship 501 feet long of Stott, Man & Fleming, Newcastle) (Newcastle)
    148. HOPPER No 1 (1926-1973 Hopper Barge 202 feet long of Clyde Navigation Trust / Clyde Port Authority, Glasgow) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    149. HOPPER No 10 (1912-1970 Hopper Barge 200 feet long of Clyde Navigation Trust / Clyde Port Authority, Glasgow) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    150. HOPPER No 25 (1954-1966 Hopper barge 210 feet long of Clyde Navigation Trust, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    151. HOPPER No 26 (1954-1984 Hopper Barge 210 feet long of Clyde Navigation Trust, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    152. HOPPER No 27 (1962- Self propelled Hopper Barge 208 feet long of Clyde Navigation Trust / Clyde Port Authority, Glasgow) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    153. HOPPER No 28 (1963-1997 Self propelled Hopper Barge 208 feet long of Clyde Navigation Trust / Clyde Port Authority, Glasgow) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    154. HOPPER No 3 (1926-1973 Self propelled Hopper Barge 202 feet long of Clyde Navigation Trust/ Clyde Port Authority, Glasgow) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    155. HOPPER No 4 (1911-1963 Hopper barge 200 feet long of Clyde Navigation Trust, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    156. HOPPER No 6 (Hopper of Clyde Navigation Trust, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    157. HOPPER No 7 (1911-1968 Hopper barge 200 feet long of Clyde Navigation Trust, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    158. HOPPER No 8 (1912-1969 Hopper Barge 200 feet long of Clyde Navigation Trust /Clyde Port Authority, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    159. HOPPER No 9 ( 1931 - ? Self propelled hopper barge of Clyde Navigation Trust, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    160. HOPPER No 9 (1931-1964 Hopper barge 170 feet long of Clyde Navigation Trust, Glasgow : Scrapped 1967) (Glasgow (UK))
    161. HORDA
    162. HORNBY GRANGE (Houlder)
    163. HOROMYA (1956-1975 Oil products tanker 555 feet long of Anglo Saxon / Shell Tankers UK, London) (London (England, UK))
    164. HORORATA (1942-1967 Cargo liner of New Zealand Shipping/Federal Line) (London)
    165. HUDSON FIRTH (London)
    166. HULLGATE (1946-1962 General cargo coaster 142 feet long of Hull Gates Shipping Company, Goole) (Goole (England))
    167. HUNTSFIELD ( 1958 - 1968 General cargo ship 499 feet long of Power Steamship Company)
    168. HYALA (1955-1976 Oil tanker 556 feet long of Shell Bermuda (Overseas) Ltd, London) (London (England, UK))
    169. HYDRA
    170. HYUNDAI NO. 22

    I

    1. I G NICHELSON (1959-1973 General cargo ship)
    2. IBADAN PALM (1959-1978 General cargo liner of Palm Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    3. IBERIA (1954-1973 Passenger liner of P & O, London : Scrapped in 1973) (London (England, UK))
    4. IBERIA STAR (1963-1965 Passenger/cargo liner of Blue Star Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    5. IBERIC (Shaw Savill & Albion Line)
    6. ICENIC (Shaw Savill) (London (England, UK))
    7. IERNE (1955- Lighthouse Tender of Commissioners of Irish Lights, Dublin) (Dublin (Ireland))
    8. IKEJA PALM (1961-1981 General cargo liner of Palm Line, London) (London (UK))
    9. IKI MARU (Japanese fishing boat in 1963) (Japan)
    10. ILE DE FRANCE (1927-1959 Passenger liner of French Line) (Le Havre (France))
    11. ILLYRIC (Shaw Savill) (London (England, UK))
    12. IMBE
    13. INCA (1938-1965 Clyde puffer 66 feet long of J Hay & Sons Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    14. INDEPENDENCE
    15. INDIAN INDUSTRY
    16. INDIAN MERCHANT ( 1947 - 1972 General cargo ship of India Steamship Company (Calcutta (India))
    17. INDIAN PIONEER (General cargo ship 456 feet long of India Steamship Company, Calcutta) (Calcutta (India))
    18. INDIAN SECURITY (1958-1987 General cargo ship of India Steamship Company, Calcutta, India) (Calcutta (India))
    19. INDORITA (General cargo coaster) (UK)
    20. INDUNAVAL PRIMERO (1958-1968 General cargo coaster 188 feet (52m) long of Transportes Fruteros del Mediterraneo SA "Trafume", Valencia)  (Valencia (Espana / Spain))
    21. INGA (1958-1976 General cargo coaster 105 metres long of AB Transmarine, Helsingborg, Sweden) (Helsingborg, Sweden)
    22. INGER SKOU (Cargo ship of D/S Ove Skou, Kobenhavn, Denmark) (Kobenhavn (Copenhagen) Denmark)
    23. INGLEBY (1947-1960 Tramp general cargo ship of Sir R Ropner & Company) (West Hartlepool (England))
    24. INGRID WEIDE 1953-1968 (General cargo ship 259 feet long) (Flensburg (Germany))
    25. INISHOWEN HEAD (1965-1973 General cargo liner of Ulster Steamship Company/ Head Line, Belfast) (Belfast (Northern Ireland, UK))
    26. INNISEANE (1913-1914 Motor cargo lighter of John M. Paton of Paton & Hendry’s Glasgow Steam Coasters Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow (UK))
    27. INTERPRETER (1948-1967 General cargo liner of T & J Harrison Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    28. INVENTOR (Liverpool (England, UK))
    29. INVERCLOY (Clyde puffer) (Glasgow)
    30. INVERTEST ( 1920 - Harbour oiler - steam tanker, 127 feet long of Esso Petroleum, London) (London)
    31. IONIC SKY
    32. IRENE
    33. IRENE GREENWOOD
    34. IRENE S (1958- 1976 General cargo motor coaster length 53 meters of N.V. Scheepvaartbedrijf "Gruno", Groningen,/ Aldert Schenkel, Groningen (Groningen, Netherlands)
    35. IRIS ( 1940-1976 Cable repair ship 251 feet long of General Post Office, London) (London)
    36. IRISH ALDER (1957-1971 General cargo ship of Irish Shipping Company, Dublin) (Dublin (Ireland))
    37. IRISH COAST ( 1952-1968 Passenger and cargo vessel 340 feet long of Coast Lines, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    38. IRISH ELM (1953-1963 General cargo ship of Irish Shipping Ltd., Dublin : Scrapped 1972 ) (Dublin (Ireland))
    39. IRISH FERN (1954-1964 General cargo coaster 218 feet long of Irish Shipping Company, Dublin) (Dublin (Ireland))
    40. IRISH HAWTHORN (Oil products tanker of Irish Shipping, Dublin) (Dublin (Ireland))
    41. IRISH HOLLY (1954 - 1967 coastal tanker of Irish Shipping Company, Dublin) (Dublin)
    42. IRISH LARCH ( 1956 - 1968 General cargo ship 496 feet long of Irish Shipping Company, Dublin) (Dublin)
    43. IRISH MAPLE ( 1957 - 1968 Tramp Cargo ship 476 feet long of Irish Shipping Line, Dublin) (Limerick, Ireland)
    44. IRISH OAK (Irish Shipping Company) (Dublin)
    45. IRISH PINE (1948-1965 General cargo ship 436 feet long of Irish Shipping Company, Dublin) (Dublin (Ireland / Eire))
    46. IRISH ROSE (1956-1969 General cargo ship 259 feet long of Irish Shipping, Dublin) (Dublin (Ireland))
    47. IRISH SPRUCE ( 1957 - 1972 General cargo ship of Irish Shipping Company, Dublin) (Dublin)
    48. IRISH WILLOW (1956 - 1969 General cargo ship of Irish Shipping Company) (Dublin)
    49. IRMGARD HORN (General cargo ship of Horn Linie, Germany) (Germany)
    50. IRON ARNHEM
    51. IRON BARQUE (1960- Ore carrier 517 feet long of Common Bros / Vallum Shipping)
    52. IRON CROWN ( 1961 - 1971 Ore carrier 518 feet long of Vallum Shipping / Common Brothers, Newcastle)  (Newcastle)
    53. IRON HORSE ( 1960 - 1970 ore carrier 518 feet long of Common Bros / Vallum Shipping, Newcastle) (Newcastle)
    54. IRON KEMBLA
    55. IRON KESTREL
    56. IRON MONARCH
    57. IRON NEWCASTLE
    58. IRON ORE ( 1959 - 1969 Ore carrier 526 feet long of Common Bros / Vallum Shipping Company/Common Brothers, Newcastle) (Newcastle (England))
    59. IRON STURT
    60. ISAAC CARTER ( 1952-1964 General cargo ship of Walter Runciman / Transatlantic Carriers, London) (London)
    61. ISELIN ( 1955-1968 Ore carrier )
    62. ISLAND ESCAPE (2002-2015 Cruise ship of Island Cruises) (Nassau (Bahamas))
    63. ISLAND MAID (Inshore fishing boat)
    64. ISLAS GALAPAGOS
    65. ISLE OF ALDERNEY (1938-1946 Passenger / cargo steamer of Guernsey & Alderney Trading Company / Plincke / Crete Shipping Company, UK) (UK)
    66. ISLE OF HARRIS (General cargo coaster of Cunningham's, Stornoway) (Stornoway)
    67. ISLE OF LEWIS (Stornoway)
    68. ISOLDA ( 1953 - 1976 Lighthouse tender of Commissioners of Irish Lights, Dublin) (Liverpool)
    69. ITALIAN (Ellerman Papayanni)
    70. ITAPURA (1912-1961 A140-passenger / refrigerated cargo steamer 300 feet long of Companhia Nacional de Navegacao Costeira, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil: Scrapped 1961)  (Rio de Janeiro, Brasil)
    71. IVERNIA (1900-1917 Passenger liner 600 feet long of Cunard Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    72. IVERNIA (1955-1963 Passenger liner 21,717 gross tons of Cunard Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    73. IVERNIA (1964-1970 General cargo liner of Cunard Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    74. IXION (1951-1972 Passenger/cargo liner 523 feet long of Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    75. IZHAR ABBASI (1965- Dredger)

    J

    1. J B KEE (General cargo coaster of J B Kee, Ramsey, Isle of Man) (Ramsey, Isle of Man, U.K.)
    2. J. L. LUCKENBACH (1949-1960 General cargo ship of Luckenbach Steamship Company, New York : Scrapped 1971) (New York, USA)
    3. JACINTH (1939-1970 General cargo coaster 178 feet long of William Robertson's Gem Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    4. JACOBUS BROERE
    5. JADE (Glasgow)
    6. JALADHAN (1956- Cargo liner of Scindia Line, Bombay, India) (Bombay (India))
    7. JALADHANYA (1957-1979 General cargo ship 509 feet long of Scindia Steam Navigation Co., Bombay) (Bombay (India))
    8. JALAGOLIND (Scindia) (Bombay (India))
    9. JALAGOPAL (1960-1978 General cargo ship of Scindia Steam Navigation Company, Bombay) (Bombay, India)
    10. JALAGOVIND (General cargo liner) (India)
    11. JALAKALA (1948-1960 General cargo ship of Scindia Steam Navigation Company, Bombay) (Bombay, India)
    12. JALAKANTA (1947-1963 General cargo ship of Scindia Steam Navigation Co. Ltd, Bombay, India) (Bombay (India))
    13. JALAKENDRA (1965- 1985 General cargo ship of Scindia Steam Navigation Company, Bombay, India) (Bombay (India))
    14. JALAMOTI (1948-1960 General cargo ship of Scindia Steam Navigation, Bombay :sold 1960) (Bombay, India)
    15. JALAZAD (1948-1954 General cargo ship of Scindia Steam Navigation Company, Bombay) (Bombay, India)
    16. JALAZAD (1955- 1981 General cargo ship 499 feet long of Scindia steam Navigation Co. Ltd., Bombay, India) (Bombay (India))
    17. JALJAWAHAR (1955 - 1977 general cargo ship 499 feet long of Scindia Steam Navigation Co. Ltd., Bombay, India) (Bombay (India))
    18. JALJAWAHAR (1948-1954 General cargo ship of Scindia Steam Navigation Co. Ltd., Bombay) (Bombay, India)
    19. JALRAJENDRA (1951-1968 General cargo liner of Shipping Corporation of India, Bombay) (Bombay, India)
    20. JALVALLABH (1950-1967 General cargo ship 462 feet long of Scindia Steam Navigation Company, Bombay, India) (Bombay (India))
    21. JAMUNDA ( 1959-1967 Norwegian ocean oil tanker ) (Sandefjord, Norway)
    22. JANE MAR (General cargo coaster) (Assens (Denmark))
    23. JASON (1950 - 1972 General cargo/passenger liner 523 feet long of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    24. JASON (1955-1973 General cargo ship 347 feet long of Koninklijke Nederlandsche Stoomboot-Maatschappij N.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands) (Amsterdam (Netherlands))
    25. JATO ( 1959 - 1964 General cargo coaster 150 feet long of T Smid, Groningen, Holland) (Groningen (Holland))
    26. JAVA (1960-1964 Oil products tanker of A/S Det Ostasiattiske Kompagni, Kobenhavn) (Kobenhaven (Copenhagen, Denmark))
    27. JEAN WOOD (Inshore fishing trawler) (St. Monans (Fife, Scotland))
    28. JEANIE DEANS (1931-1964 Excursion paddle steamer of Caledonian Steam Packet Company, Gourock) (Glasgow (UK))
    29. JEBSEN NAPIER
    30. JEBSEN TIMARU
    31. JEDMOOR (1958 -1964 cargo ship of Walter Runciman Line) (London)
    32. JEFFERSON DAVIS (1942-1961 "Liberty" type general cargo ship of U.S. Government (U.S.A.)
    33. JESSIE MAERSK (1948-1958 then 1961-1967 General cargo ship of Maersk Line, Kobenhaven : Scrapped 1979) (Kobenhavn (Copenhagen, Denmark))
    34. JIA HAI
    35. JIMMY
    36. JOANNA V (In 1966 an oil tanker owned in Greece) (Greece)
    37. JOCEFA (1966-1969 General cargo ship of IS Lars Rej Johansen & Knut A Knutsen, Oslo, Norway)  (Oslo (Norway))
    38. JOE CROAN (LH 73 Deep-sea fishing trawler of Joe Croan Ltd, Granton, Edinburgh) (Leith)
    39. JOERG (General cargo ship)
    40. JOHAN DE WITT (1920-1940 Passenger Liner of N.V. Stoomvaart Maatschappij 'Nederland', Amsterdam, Netherlands, then 1940-1948 Troopship, Sold in 1948 (Amsterdam (Netherlands))
    41. JOHAN VAN OLDENBARNEVELT (1930-1940 then 1950-1963 Passenger / cargo liner 587 feet long of N.V. Stoomvaart Maatschappij 'Nederland', Amsterdam, Netherlands : 1940-1950 Troopship) (Amsterdam (Netherlands))
    42. JOHANCA ( 1957 - 1975 Dutch general cargo coaster of K & D Veenma / Wijnne & Barends N V, Groningen, Holland) (Groningen, Holland)
    43. JOHANNA BUITELAAR
    44. JOHN A QUITMAN (1943-1973 "Liberty" type general cargo ship of U.S. Government) (U.S.A.)
    45. JOHN CHESTER KENDALL
    46. JOHN HUNTER
    47. JOHNSON CHEMSTAR
    48. JOLIETTE
    49. JOMA ( 1954 - 1965 General cargo coaster of H van Noord, Rotterdam) (Rotterdam)
    50. JONGKIND (1953- ? General cargo coaster of Dutch owners)
    51. JOSE TARTIERE (Spanish coaster) (Aviles (a city in Asturias, North Spain))
    52. JOSELIN (1958 - 1981 General cargo coaster)
    53. JOSEPH N. NICOLLET (1943-1959 General cargo "Liberty" ship of U.S. Maritime Commission : Scrapped in 1959) (U. S. A.)
    54. JOSEPH ROBERT (Fishing trawler) (France)
    55. JOURNALIST (1954 - 1973 cargo liner of T & J Harrison line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    56. JOY
    57. JOZINA
    58. JULIEN POYDRAS (1943-1971 General cargo "Liberty" ship of U. S. Maritime Commission : Scrapped 1971) (U. S. A.)
    59. JUPITER (1956-1971 General cargo coaster 54.61 metres long of Manager NV Wijnne & Barends' forwarding and Agentuurkantoren, Delfzijl, Netherlands: Owner: Jan Wiltens, Hoogezand, Netherlands) (Delfzijl (Netherlands))

    K

    1. K C ROGENAES ( 1948-1961 General cargo ship 397 feet long of Haugesund Skips A/S - Rederiet N. Rogenaes, Haugesund, Norway) (Haugesund (Norway))
    2. K D HANG JEBAT (Royal Malaysian Navy)
    3. K HADJIPATERAS ( 1947 - 1967 a wartime-built Liberty-type general cargo ship 442 feet long of J & A Hadjipateras, Piraeus, Greece) (Piraeus, Greece)
    4. KAAP HOORN (1958-1973 Ocean oil tanker, single screw, 14.5 knots, 539 feet long on charter to Shell Tankers) (Amsterdam)
    5. KABALA (1958-1973 General cargo ship of Elder Dempster Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    6. KADEIK (1952-1966 General cargo ship 455 feet long of Patrick Henderson, Glasgow / Elder Dempster, Liverpool : foundered 1979) (Glasgow (UK))
    7. KADUNA (1956-1973 Cargo Liner of Elder Dempster Line and previously Patrick Henderson Line) (Glasgow)
    8. KAFFIR ( 1944 - 1974 Clyde puffer of J & J Hay, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    9. KALAW
    10. KALUGA
    11. KAMENSK ( 1955-1983 General cargo ship 335 feet long of Baltic Shipping Company, Leningrad) (Leningrad, Russia)
    12. KANTARA ( 1947 - 1972 General cargo ship of Moss Hutchison Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    13. KAREN ( 1953 - 1968 General cargo coaster 236 feet long of Johan Amundsen, Haugesund, Norway)) (Haugesund (Norway))
    14. KAREN BRAVO (1980-1991 Seismic research vessel 27.9 metres long of Western Sea Services, Panama)) (Panama )
    15. KAREN REED (1955-1968 General cargo ship of Johs Larsen, Bergen and on charter to Saguenay Terminals) (Norway)
    16. KARI-RAGNAR (1960-1968 General cargo ship 113 metres of Lovisa Rederi Ab. (Ab R. Nordström & Co Oy) Loviisa. Trading Nordlake Line) (Loviisa (Finland))
    17. KARIN THORDEN (1956-1958 Refrigerated / general cargo ship owned by Rederi Arabas of Uddevalla, Sweden and managed by Rederi Thorden Line also of Uddevalla :Scrapped in 1984) (Uddelalla (Sweden))
    18. KARL GUNTHER LOHSE (1957 - 1970 German general coastal cargo ship 235 feet long) (Rendsburg (Germany))
    19. KARMALA (1947-1967 General cargo liner 455 feet long of P & O Line, London) (London (UK))
    20. KARNAK (1948-1971 Refrigerated / general cargo ship 366 feet long of Moss Hutchison Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    21. KASUGA MARU
    22. KATHA (1947-1962 General cargo liner of P Henderson / Elder Dempster Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    23. KATHARINA
    24. KATSINA PALM (1957-1978 General cargo liner 500 feet long of Palm Line, London) (Liverpool)
    25. KEIZERSWAARD (1955-1970 Oil products tanker 169.5 metres long of NV Verenigde Nederlandse Tankvaartrederij, mgrs. NV Van Nievelt, Goudriaan & Co’s Scheepvaart Mij, Rotterdam) (s'Gravenhage (Hague, Netherlands) (Dutch flag))
    26. KELLETIA (1957-1978 "K-class" Oil products tanker of Shell Tankers NV Rotterdam Holland ) (s'Gravenhage (Hague,Netherlands))
    27. KELSO PATON ( 1956 - 1973 Deep-sea trawler GW2 of Ardrossan Trawling Company, Aberdeen) (Glasgow)
    28. KELVINGROVE ( Formerly MERCURIA and acquired 1915 : 1915-1919 General cargo ship 333 feet long of Donaldson Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow (UK))
    29. KENDALL FISH ( 1945 - 1970 cargo ship 459 feet long of Lykes Line, USA) (Tampa, Florida, USA)
    30. KENILWORTH CASTLE ( 1946 - 1967 Cargo Liner 498 feet long of Union Castle Line, London) (London)
    31. KENT ADVENTURE
    32. KENTUNG (1954-1966 Cargo liner 456 feet long of Paddy Henderson / Elder Dempster) (Glasgow)
    33. KENUTA (1950-1971 Cargo liner of Pacific Steam Navigation Company, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    34. KENYA (1951-1969 A 700- Passenger / refrigerated cargo liner 517 feet long of British India Steam Navigation Company, London) (London (England, UK))
    35. KENYA CASTLE (1951-1967 Passenger / cargo liner of Union Castle Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    36. KHASIELLA (K-class tanker of Shell Tankers) (Hague (Netherlands))
    37. KHYBER (1947-1964 General cargo ship of P & O Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    38. KIEL LIGHTVESSEL (Lightvessel) (Kiel (Germany))
    39. KIELGRACHT
    40. KILDONAN (1953-1958 General cargo coaster 120 feet long of British Transport Commission Railway Executive / Scottish Region, Glasgow) (Glasgow (UK))
    41. KIM (In 1955 General cargo ship)
    42. KIN YOH
    43. KINDERDYK
    44. KING AEGEUS ( 1956 - general cargo ship 486 feet long of Markos P Nomikos, Greece) (Piraeus, Greece)
    45. KING ALFRED (1945-1963 General cargo ship of King Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    46. KING ARTHUR
    47. KING CITY
    48. KING DAVID (1946-1962 General cargo ship of King Line) (London)
    49. KING EDGAR (UK)
    50. KING EDWARD (1901-1952 Clyde passenger steamer 250 feet long of Caledonian Steam Packet Company, Gourock) (Glasgow)
    51. KING GEORGE (King Line)
    52. KING ORRY (1946-1978 Passenger ferry 345 feet long of Isle of Man Steam Packet Company, Douglas) (Douglas (Isle of Man, UK))
    53. KINGDOM OF FIFE (2008- Offshore tug / supply vessel of Briggs Marine & Environmental Services, Burntisland, Fife, U.K..) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    54. KINGFORD (Hong Kong)
    55. KINNAIRD CASTLE (1962-1975 General cargo liner 503 feet long (formerly CLAN ROSS 1956-1961) of Clan Line / Cayzer Irvine / King Line)  (Glasgow (UK))
    56. KINROSS (1963-1974 General cargo ship 443 feet long of Chiao Mao Enterprises Ltd. / Yick Fung Shipping & Enterprises Co. Ltd., Hong Kong) (Hong Kong)
    57. KIRKELLA (Fishing trawler in 1959)
    58. KITTIWAKE ( 1957 - 2007 a light-ship of Commissioners of Irish Lights, Dublin) (Dun Laoghaire, (Ireland))
    59. KLANG REEFER
    60. KNAUSEN (1951-1954 General cargo ship of T.J.Kyvik, Haugesund, Norway) (Haugesund (Norway))
    61. KNIGHTSGARTH (1961- 1975 Ore carrier 511 feet long of Cory Maritime Ltd. / St. Denis Shipping Company :Scrapped in 1986) (U.K.)
    62. KNOB LAKE
    63. KOH.I.NOOR (1954-1963 General cargo coaster 53.2 metres long of Carebeka/ Harm Salomons/ Rederij Koh I Noor, Netherlands) (Groningen, Holland)
    64. KOHIMA (1952-1964 General cargo liner 455 feet long of British & Burmese Steam Navigation Company / Patrick Henderson Line, Glasgow then 1964-1966 of Elder Dempster Lines, Liverpool) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    65. KOLGA
    66. KOLLBRYN (1951-1958 General cargo ship 258 feet long)  (Oslo (Norway))
    67. KOLLFINN
    68. KOOLINDA
    69. KORBACH (1955-1970 General cargo ship)
    70. KOREAN STAR (1984-1988 Bulk carrier 165.6 metres long of Green Spanker Shippings S.A.) (Panama)
    71. KOSSMATELLA (1962-1972 Oil tanker of 556 feet long of "H-class" Shell Tankers Netherlands) (Hague (Netherlands))
    72. KOWLOON BAY
    73. KOWULKA
    74. KOYAN (1952- General cargo ship of Patrick Henderson / Elder Dempster) (Glasgow)
    75. KOYO MARU
    76. KRISTINA
    77. KRITI CORAL
    78. KUCISTE
    79. KUFRA (1956-1959 General cargo ship 302 feet 92 metres (formerly General Steam's HERON) of Moss Hutchison Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    80. KUMBA (1958-1964 General cargo ship 455 feet long of British & Burmese Steam Navigation / Patrick Henderson, Glasgow , 1964-1973 transferred to Elder Dempster, Liverpool : Scrapped in 1980) (Glasgow (UK))
    81. KURAMA MARU
    82. KWEILIN
    83. KYLIX (1955-1984 Oil tanker 556 feet long of Shell Tankers B V, Netherlands)  (s'Gravenhage (Hague, Netherlands) (Dutch flag))
    84. KYNDILL (1955-1974 Coastal tanker of Shell H/F Iceland (Reykjavik (Iceland))
    85. KYOTO FOREST (1970-1975 Bulk carrier 575 feet long of Scotstoun Shipping Company / J & J Denholm, Glasgow) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    86. KYPROS (1950-1967 then 1967-1971 of Moss Hutchison Line, Liverpool then 1971-1976 P & O General cargo Division) (Liverpool)

    L

    1. LA COLINA (1958-1974 Ore carrier 427 feet long of Buries Markes, London (London)
    2. LA CONFIANZA
    3. LA HACIENDA Renamed ORANYAN (1953 - 1960 General cargo ship 466 feet long of Buries Markes Line, London) (London)
    4. LA MANCHE
    5. LA PARED (General cargo coaster 233 feet long)
    6. LACONIA (1912-1914 Passenger Liner of Cunard Line, Liverpool: 1914-1916 Armed Merchant Cruiser : 1916 Returned to owners : 1917 torpedoed and sunk (Liverpool (England))
    7. LADY ANSTRUTHER (1948- General cargo coaster and explosives carrier of I.C.I. Nobel Explosives Company) (Glasgow)
    8. LADY CONNAUGHT (1930-1939 Passenger Ferry 325 feet long of British & Irish Steam Packet Company : Scrapped 1953)
    9. LADY HELEN (In 2017 Fishing Boat) (U.K.)
    10. LADY ISLE (Clyde puffer of Ross & Marshall / McCorquodale) (Troon)
    11. LADY McGOWAN (1952-1977 Explosives carrier 182 feet long of I.C.I. Nobel Explosives, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    12. LADY MORVEN (Clyde puffer of Ross & Marshall)
    13. LADY OF AVENEL (1969- Brigantine square rigger sailing ship 102-feet long owned by Jim Dines and Stefan Fritz and operated by Heritage Sailing)  (U.K.)
    14. LADY OF MANN (Douglas ( Isle of Man ))
    15. LADY ROSLIN (1958-1982 Explosives carrier 174 feet long of I.C.I. Nobel Division, Irvine) (Glasgow)
    16. LADY SAVILE
    17. LADY SHAHRAZAD (Steam Yacht Requisitioned by Admiralty 1939-1943 ) (Admiralty, London)
    18. LADY SOPHIA (1960-1968 with Downlands Shipping Inc, Monrovia) (Monrovia (Liberia))
    19. LAERTES (1950-1972 General cargo liner of NSMO Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line) (Netherlands)
    20. LAGOA (2008- Container ship of Transinsular -Transportes Maritimos Insulares Sarl, Lisbon, Portugal) (Madeira)
    21. LAGOS MICHIGAN
    22. LAGOS PALM (1949-1960 General cargo liner of Palm Line, London) (London)
    23. LAIRDS BEN (1949-1959 General cargo coaster 254 feet long of Burns & Laird Lines, Glasgow) (Glasgow (UK))
    24. LAIRDS LOCH ( 1944-1969 Passenger / cargo vessel 263 feet long of Burns & Laird Lines, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    25. LAIRDS OAK (1946-1960 General cargo coaster 163 feet long of Burns & Laird Lines, Glasgow) (Glasgow (UK))
    26. LAIRDSBANK (1936-1963 Twin-screw General cargo coaster 229 feet long of Burns & Laird Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    27. LAIRDSBROOK (1930-1960 General cargo ship 200 feet long of Burns & Laird Lines, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    28. LAIRDSBURN (1959-1966 General cargo coaster 165 feet long of Burns & Laird Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    29. LAIRDSCRAIG ( 1953- General cargo coaster (formerly RATHLIN 1936-1953 of Clyde Shipping Company) of Burns & Laird Lines, Glasgow) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    30. LAIRDSCREST (1936-1968 coastal cargo ship with Burns & Laird Lines, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    31. LAIRDSFIELD (1966-1970 General cargo coaster 175 feet long of Burns & Laird Lines, Glasgow) (Glasgow (UK))
    32. LAIRDSGLEN (1954-1974 Cargo vessel with Burns and Laird Lines, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    33. LAIRDSROCK (1947-1966 General cargo 2-hatch coaster 166 feet long of Burns & Laird Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    34. LAIRDSROCK (1947-1966 General cargo 2-hatch coaster 166 feet long of Burns & Laird Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    35. LAIRDSWOOD (1936-1959 General cargo ship / Livestock carrier of Burns & Laird Lines, Glasgow) (Glasgow (UK))
    36. LAKE PENNASK ( 1956 - 1963 General cargo ship 448 feet long of Lake Pennask Shipping Company/Lyle Shipping Company) (London)
    37. LAKE SUWA
    38. LAKONIA ( 1947 - 1962 WW2 Wartime built "Liberty" cargo ship 441 feet long of Donaldson Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    39. LAKONIA (1899-1924 Refrigerated / general cargo ship 402 feet long of Donaldson Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow (UK))
    40. LAKONIA (1947-1962 General cargo ship of Donaldson Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow (UK))
    41. LAMMA FOREST
    42. LANCASTRIA (1924-40 Passenger liner of Cunard Line, Liverpool : 1940 bombed and sunk while evacuating troops from St Nazaire; loss of 5,000+ lives.) (Liverpool (England))
    43. LANCASTRIAN (1956-1962 and 1964-1966 and 1966-1969 General cargo liner of Ellerman Papayanni Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    44. LANCASTRIAN PRINCE (1960- Prince Line)
    45. LANDWADE (1961-1972 General cargo ship of W J Tatem)
    46. LANGTON GRANGE (1946-1960 General Cargo ship of Houlder Brothers & Co. Ltd., London : Scrapped in 1960) (London (UK))
    47. LAOMEDON (Cargo liner 487 feet long of Blue Funnel Line)
    48. LAPAD (Yugoslavia flag - formerly LOCHWOOD of Joseph Constantine Steamship Line (Yugoslavia)
    49. LAPAD (Yugoslavia flag - formerly LOCHWOOD of Joseph Constantine Steamship Line (Yugoslavia)
    50. LASCAR (1939-1972 Clyde puffer 66 feet long of J Hay & Sons, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    51. LASHERCIA (1954- General cargo coaster) (San Sebastian (Spain))
    52. LASSELL (1947-1962 General cargo ship of Lamport & Holt Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    53. LAURENTIA (1947 - 1967 Passenger/cargo liner 455 feet long with Donaldson Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    54. LCT 4086 (1944- Tank Landing Craft Mark 8 Class 231 feet long of Royal Army Service Corps, London) (London (UK))
    55. LEEDS CITY (1955-1967 General cargo ship 464 ft 142m long of Reardon Smith Line :Scrapped 1985)  (U.K.)
    56. LEENA NURMINEN
    57. LEI ZHOU HAI
    58. LEICESTERSHIRE (Bibby)
    59. LEICHHARDT
    60. LENA (Oil products coastal tanker) (Skarkavi)
    61. LENNOX 11 (Name should be read as "LENNOX 2" 1954-1983 Grab Hopper dredger of Clyde Navigation Trust) (Glasgow)
    62. LEOLIA
    63. LEON (1965 General cargo coaster formerly SAINT ANGUS which was sold to Greek owners and renamed) (Thessaloniki (Greece))
    64. LEONARDO DA VINCI (1960-77 Passenger liner 232m 763ft long of Italian Line : 1976-77 Laid up : 1977-78 Cruise ship for Italia Crociere : 1978-82 Laid up : Scrapped 1982 (Genoa (Italy))
    65. LEOPARD
    66. LEOPOLDVILLE (1929-1939 Passenger Liner 479 feet long of Compagnie Belge Maritime du Congo, Antwerp then 1939-1944 Troopship of War Transport, London) (Antwerp (Belgium))
    67. LETITIA (1961-1967 cargo liner 416 feet long of Donaldson Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    68. LEVEN FISHER (1961-1982 Short-sea general cargo ship of James Fisher Company) (Barrow-in-Furness (England, UK))
    69. LEXINGTON
    70. LIBERTAD
    71. LIBERTE (1946-1962 Passenger Liner 936.7 ft (283.5 m) long of Compagnie Generale Transatlantique "French Line": Scrapped 1963) (Le Havre (France))
    72. LIBREVILLE
    73. LIGHTER NO. 143
    74. LILLE DINA (1985-1990 General cargo coaster of P/R Lille-Dina / P F Cleeman) (Aabenraa. (Denmark))
    75. LILLE-TOVE (1980-1992 General cargo coaster of P F Cleemann of Aabenraa, Denmark).  (Denmark)
    76. LILLE-TRINE (1980-1994 General cargo coaster of P F Cleeman, Aabenraa, Denmark) (Aabenraa (Denmark))
    77. LIMELIGHT (1964 - 1966 Clyde puffer of Ross & Marshall, Greenock) (Greenock)
    78. LIMELIGHT (Clyde puffer in 1962 of Ross & Marshall, Greenock) (Greenock (UK))
    79. LINCOLN (1958-1975 Oil tanker 558 feet long of Federal Steam Navigation Company, London : Scrapped in 1978) (London (UK))
    80. LINDESINGEL (1962-1966 General cargo coaster of P.A. van Es & Co. N.V., Rotterdam, Netherlands ) (Rotterdam, Holland)
    81. LINDISFARNE (1960 - 1975 ore carrier of Bamburgh Shipping Co. (W A Souters) Newcastle) (Newcastle)
    82. LINDO (Bergen (Norway))
    83. LINGEBORG (1960-1971 General cargo coaster 48,55 metres long of E. Wagenborg's Scheepvaart- & Forwarding NV, Delfzijl, Netherlands) (Delfzijl (Netherlands))
    84. LINGLEA
    85. LINKMOOR (1961-1968 General cargo ship of Walter Runciman & Company Limited, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    86. LION (1968-1976 Roll on - roll off ferry 364 feet long of Burns & Laird Lines, Glasgow) (Glasgow )
    87. LION (General cargo coaster)  (Copenhagen, Denmark)
    88. LIONEL (In 1963 General cargo ship 321 feet long)
    89. LISBETH
    90. LISMORIA (1948 - 1967 Passenger/cargo liner 455 feet long of Donaldson Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    91. LISSY SCHULTE (1953-1963 General cargo ship of Reederei Bernhard Schulte AG Hamburg Germany : Foundered 1973) (Hamburg (Germany))
    92. LIVANITA (1962-1978 Ore carrier of Ugland Shipping A/S, Grimstad : Scrapped in 1984) (Grimstad (Norway) )
    93. LIVERPOOL BAY
    94. LOBITO PALM ( 1961 - 1979 general cargo liner 474 feet long of Palm Line, London) (London)
    95. LOCH ARD ( 1955-1971 General cargo coaster of David MacBrayne, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    96. LOCH AVON (1947- 1967 Refrigerated / General cargo liner 498 feet long of Royal Mail Lines, London) (London (England, UK))
    97. LOCH CARRON (1951-1977 General cargo coaster 195 feet long of David MacBrayne Ltd, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    98. LOCH ETIVE (1962-1968 General cargo 3-island type coaster long of John Rainey Shipping, Larne / Shamrock Shipping, Larne) (Londonderry (Northern Ireland))
    99. LOCH EYNORT ( 1961 - 1971 Passenger vessel of David MacBrayne Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    100. LOCH GARTH (1947-1968 A 12-Passenger / refrigerated cargo liner 498 feet long of Royal Mail Line, London) (London (England))
    101. LOCH GOWAN (1954-1970 Passenger / cargo liner 503 feet long of Royal Mail Line, London) (London (England))
    102. LOCH LINNHE (1928-1966 General cargo coaster of Anglo Irish Transport / Jack Rainey) (Glasgow)
    103. LOCH LOYAL ( 1957 - 1971 Refrigerated cargo vessel 503 feet long of Royal Mail Line (London)
    104. LOCH RYAN (1946-1960 Cargo liner of Royal Mail Line, London) (London (England))
    105. LOCH SEAFORTH (1947-1973 Passenger / cargo vessel 240 feet 70m long of David MacBrayne Ltd, Glasgow : Scrapped in Troon in 1973) (Glasgow (UK))
    106. LOCH TARBERT (1945-1959 Loch class 307 feet long Frigate K431 of Royal Navy, London)  (Admiralty, London)
    107. LOCHBROOM (1948-1972 General cargo coaster 140 feet long of David MacBrayne Ltd, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    108. LOCHDUNVEGAN (1950-1973 General cargo coaster 180 feet long of David MacBrayne, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    109. LOCHEE ( 1948 - General cargo coaster of Dundee Perth and London Shipping Company, Dundee) (Dundee)
    110. LOCHFRISA (A general cargo coaster of David MacBrayne Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    111. LOCHMOR (1930-1964 Outer Isles mail steamer 162 feet long of David MacBrayne Ltd., Glasgow) (Glasgow (UK))
    112. LOCHWOOD ( 1949-1963 general cargo ship 287 feet long of Joseph Constantine Company) (Glasgow)
    113. LODESTONE (1938-1963 General cargo ship of Alva Steamship Co., London : Scrapped 1963) (London (England, UK))
    114. LOGAN (1923-1961 Clyde puffer 66 feet long of James Warnock, Paisley)) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    115. LOGNA (General cargo ship 228 feet long)
    116. LOIDE-CUBA
    117. LONGSTONE (1960-1975 Ore carrier of Bamburgh Shipping / W A Souter)
    118. LORD MONTGOMERY (Deep-sea fishing trawler of Wyre Trawlers Ltd) (Fleetwood)
    119. LORD STANHOPE (Fishing trawler in 1959) (U.K.)
    120. LORRAINE (Frigate of French Navy) (France)
    121. LOS HERMANOS (1949-1968 Oil products tanker 503 feet long of "Victor" Panamanian SS. Co. S.A., Panama [Carlo Cameli, Genoa], PA  (Panama )
    122. LOTHAREINS (1956- General cargo coaster 180 feet long of Ilse Richters, Hamburg)) (Hamburg, Germany)
    123. LOTHIAN LEADER (Deep-sea fishing trawler) (Granton)
    124. LOUIS L D (1957-1970 General cargo ship of Société Anonyme Louis-Dreyfus & Cie, Paris, France) (France)
    125. LOUISE (1870-1893 iron screw lighter "Clyde Puffer" 65 feet long of J & J Hay, Glasgow) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    126. LOUISE (Tanker)
    127. LUALABA (1952-1971 General cargo ship of Cie Africaine de Nav., Belgium)  (Belgium)
    128. LUCITA (1926-1954 Steam oil tanker 93 meters long of Curaçaosche Scheepvaart Maatschappij, N.V., Willemstad (NA), Netherlands Antilles )  (Willemstad (Willemstad, Curaçao, an island in Netherlands Antilles in the southern Caribbean Sea))
    129. LUPE
    130. LUSITANIA (1907-1915 Passenger liner of Cunard Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    131. LYCAON ( 1954 - 1976 General cargo liner 487 feet of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    132. LYCAON (1913-1951 General cargo ship of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    133. LYCIA (1954-1965 General cargo liner 348 feet long of Cunard Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    134. LYDIA

    M

    1. M. URITZKY (In 1966 a cruise liner of the Russian Mikhail Kalinin class:passenger fleet) (Russia)
    2. M.L.GOSNEY
    3. MAARSBERGEN ( 1958 - 1968 general cargo coaster 226 feet long of N V Zuid Hollandsche Scheepv, Rotterdam) (Rotterdam)
    4. MAASDAM (1952-1968 Passenger liner 502 feet long 881 passengers of Holland America Line)
    5. MABEL WARWICK (1960-1978 Ore carrier 506 feet long of Houlder Line) (UK)
    6. MACHAON (1959-1975 cargo liner 495 feet long with Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line - Ocean Steamship Company, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    7. MACHARDA (General cargo liner of Brocklebank Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    8. MADO (General cargo coaster) (Beilen (Netherlands))
    9. MADULSIMA (1958-1961 General cargo liner 467 feet long chartered to T & J Brocklebank Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    10. MADURA (1921-1953 Passenger/cargo ship of British India Steam Navigation Company, London : Scrapped 1953) (London (UK))
    11. MAERSK SEMBAWANG
    12. MAERSK WAVE
    13. MAGDALA (General cargo ship in 1926)
    14. MAGDALENA OLDERDORFF (1958- Bulk carrier of Egon Oldendorff Company, Germany) (Germany)
    15. MAGDAPUR (1920-1939 General cargo ship of Brocklebank Line, Liverpool : Sunk 1939) (Liverpool (England))
    16. MAGDAPUR (1945-1970 General cargo liner of T & J Brocklebank, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    17. MAHANADA (1943 - 1967 cargo liner of Brocklebank Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    18. MAHOUT (1963-1978 General cargo liner 481 feet long of Brocklebank Line / Cunard Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    19. MAHOUT (1925-1961 General cargo liner of T & J Brocklebank, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    20. MAHRONDA (1947-1968 Cargo liner of Brocklebank Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    21. MAHSEER (1925-1941 General cargo ship of Brocklebank Line, Liverpool : Sunk 1941) (Liverpool (England))
    22. MAHSEER (1948-1975 cargo liner with Brocklebank Line) (Liverpool)
    23. MAID OF ARGYLL (1953-1974 Passenger ferry 161 feet (49 metres) long of Caledonian Steam Packet Company, Gourock) (Glasgow (Scotland))
    24. MAID OF ASHTON (1953-1973 Passenger ferry 161 ft 49m long of Caledonian Steam Packet Company, Gourock) (Glasgow (UK))
    25. MAID OF CUMBRAE (1953-1971 Passenger ferry 161 feet (49m) long of Caledonian Steam Packet Company, Gourock, Scotland : Scrapped 2006) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    26. MAID OF THE LOCH (1953-1981 Excursion side paddle steamer 193 feet long of Caledonian Steam Packet Company, Gourock) (Glasgow)
    27. MAID OF THE MIST (Inshore fishing boat CN 120) (Tarbert)
    28. MAIDAN (1946-1969 Cargo liner 486 feet long of T & J Brocklebank, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    29. MAIDEN GLORIA
    30. MAIHAR (1917-1961 General cargo liner of T & J Brocklebank, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    31. MAIPURA (1952-1972 Cargo liner of T & J Brocklebank, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    32. MAJ RAGNE
    33. MAJORCA (In 1927 Cargo ship of Currie Line)
    34. MAJOY (1963-1966 Cargo ship 406 feet long of Namdal Shipping & Trading Co (C Aune), Monrovia) (Monrovia (Liberia))
    35. MAKALLA (1943-1967 General cargo ship of Thos & Jno Brocklebank, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    36. MAKRANA (General cargo liner of Brocklebank Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    37. MALAHNE (H.M.Yacht in 1942)
    38. MALAKAND (1942-1966 General cargo liner 495 feet long of T & J Brocklebank Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    39. MALAKAS
    40. MALANCHA (1937-1962 General cargo liner of T & J Brocklebank, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    41. MALCOLM CROAN ( A444 Deep-sea fishing trawler of Joe Croan Fishing, Granton, Edinburgh) (Aberdeen)
    42. MALOJA (1923-1939 Passenger liner 600ft 183m long of P & O Line, London : 1939-1941 Armed Merchant Cruiser : 1941-1947 Troopship : 1947-1954 Returned to owners as Passenger Liner : Scrapped 1954) (London (UK))
    43. MALTASIAN (1950-1962 then 1964-1967 General cargo liner of Ellerman Papayanni Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    44. MANAAR (Brocklebank Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    45. MANCHESTER CITY (1937 - 1964 general cargo liner 447 feet long of Manchester Liners, Manchester) (Manchester)
    46. MANCHESTER FREIGHTER (1965-1969 General cargo liner of Manchester Liners, Manchester) (Manchester (England, UK)
    47. MANCHESTER MARINER (1955-1968 General cargo ship of Manchester Liners, Manchester) (Manchester (England, UK)
    48. MANCHESTER MERCHANT (1951-1967 General cargo liner of Manchester Liners, Manchester) (Manchester (England, UK))
    49. MANCHESTER PIONEER (1952-1963 General cargo ship of Manchester Liners Ltd., Manchester) (Manchester (England, UK)
    50. MANCHESTER PORT (1935-1965 General cargo ship of Manchester Liners Ltd., Manchester : Scrapped 1965) (Manchester (England, UK)
    51. MANCHESTER PORT (1966-1971 General cargo liner of Manchester Liners, Manchester) (Manchester (England, UK))
    52. MANCHESTER PROSPECTOR (1953-1960 General cargo ship of Manchester Liners Ltd., Manchester) (Manchester (England, UK)
    53. MANCHESTER REGIMENT (1946-1969 General cargo liner of Manchester Liners, Manchester) (Manchester (England, UK))
    54. MANCHESTER SHIPPER ( 1943 - 1969 General cargo liner of Manchester Liners) (Manchester)
    55. MANDASOR (1920-1941 General cargo ship of Brocklebank Line, Liverpool : Sunk 1941) (Liverpool (England))
    56. MANDASOR (1946-1962 General cargo ship of T & J Brocklebank, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    57. MANESSI
    58. MANGLA (1959-1972 Cargo liner of T & J Brocklebank, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    59. MANGO
    60. MANTOLA (1921-1953 Passenger/cargo liner of British India Steam Navigation Company, London : Scrapped 1953) (London (UK))
    61. MANXMAN (1955-1982) (Douglas ( Isle of Man ))
    62. MANXMAN (1902-1919 General cargo ship of Dominion Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    63. MAPLE (1914-1929 Passenger / cargo ship 261 feet long of Laird Line / Burns & Laird Lines, Glasgow) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    64. MAPLECOVE (1952-1856 General cargo ship 476 feet long of Canadian Pacific Line)
    65. MARCHIONESS OF GRAHAM (1936-1959 Passenger steamer 220 feet long of London, Midland & Scottish Railway / Caledonian Steam Packet Company, Gourock) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    66. MARCONI (1961-1973 General cargo coaster 187 feet long of Wagenborg's Scheepvaart N V , Rotterdam) ) (Delfyzl (Holland))
    67. MAREN SKOU (1961-1979 General cargo ship of Ove Skou, Copenhagen, Denmark (Kobenhavn (Copenhagen, Denmark))
    68. MARENGO (1947-1967 General cargo ship 420 feet long of Ellerman Wilson Line, Hull: scrapped 1972) (Hull (England))
    69. MARESOL
    70. MARGUERITE
    71. MARIA (General cargo ship)
    72. MARIA FLORES
    73. MARIA T (General cargo ship in 1965)
    74. MARIANGELES (1960-1971 General cargo ship 81.8 metres long of Clemente Campos y Cía) (Spain)
    75. MARIANNE (RO33 Inshore fishing boat)
    76. MARIE LOUISE (H.M.Trawler in 1942)
    77. MARIE SKOU (1963-1979 General cargo ship of Ove Skou, Kobenhaven, Denmark : Scrapped 1983) (Kobenhavn (Copenhagen, Denmark))
    78. MARIGOLD (inshore fishing boat)
    79. MARILOLI ( 1962 - 1971 Spanish general cargo coaster of Clemente Campos Y Cia.,Santander, Spain) (Bilbao)
    80. MARINE LEO
    81. MARINE SKY
    82. MARINIA (tug) (London)
    83. MARIPOSA (1956-1971 Passenger liner 563 feet long of Matson Lines, USA)
    84. MARKLAND
    85. MARMORIAN (General cargo ship)
    86. MARNE (1949-1963 General cargo coaster of Wm.H. Müller & Co, Rotterdam.) (Rotterdam (Netherlands))
    87. MARON (1960-1975 General cargo liner 495 feet long of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    88. MAROSA
    89. MARQUIS OF HARRINGTON (Royal Army Service Corps, London) (London (UK))
    90. MARS
    91. MARTABAN (1950-1963 for Patrick "Paddy" Henderson's Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    92. MARTHA PRUDENCE
    93. MARTIN S (1952-1965 General cargo coaster length 64.7 metres of A. E. Sorensen) (Svendborg (Denmark))
    94. MARTINI (1953-1963 General cargo coaster 47.25 metres 150 feet long managed by Carebeka N V Groningen, Netherlands) ( Nieuw Amsterdam, Netherlands)
    95. MARTJE
    96. MARWARRI (1911-1920 Cargo Liner of Anchor- Brocklebank Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    97. MARY HOLYMAN
    98. MASIRAH ( cargo liner of Brocklebank Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    99. MASIRAH (1919-1954 General cargo ship of Brocklebank Line, Liverpool : Scrapped 1954) (Liverpool (England))
    100. MASKELIYA (1954-1968 General cargo liner of Thos & Jno Brocklebank, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    101. MATADI PALM (1949-1963 Tanker of Palm Line, London : Scrapped in 1963) (London (UK))
    102. MATARAM (1949- ? General cargo ship of Royal Rotterdam Lloyd, Rotterdam) (Rotterdam (Holland))
    103. MATAURA
    104. MATHEOS
    105. MATHERAN (1942-1963 General cargo liner of Brocklebank Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    106. MATHURA (Cargo Liner of Brocklebank Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    107. MATURATA (1955-1969 General cargo liner 472 feet long of T & J Brocklebank, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    108. MAUNGANUI (1911-14 Passenger Liner of Union S. S. Company of New Zealand : 1914-19 Troopship : 1919-41 Returned to owners : 1941-46 Hospital ship : 1946 Returned to owners : 1947 Sold : 1957 Scrapped (Wellington (New Zealand))
    109. MAUREEN CROAN (Deep-sea fishing trawler of Joe Croan Ltd.) (Aberdeen)
    110. MAURETANIA (1907-1914 Passenger liner of Cunard Line, Liverpool, 1914-1919 Troopship, 1919-1935 Returned to owners,and 1935 scrapped ) (Liverpool)
    111. MAURETANIA (1939-1940 Passenger liner of Cunard Line, Liverpool : 1940-1946 Troopship : 1946-1965 Returned to owners : 1965 Scrapped) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    112. MAWANA (1958 - 1971 Cargo liner of Brocklebank Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    113. MAWASHI AL-GASSEEM
    114. MAY (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    115. MAYTHORN (1963-1981 General cargo coaster 58 metres long of S W Coe, Liverpool)) (Liverpool (England))
    116. MAYTHORN (In 1952 a fishing trawler) (U.K.)
    117. MEDIA (1947-1961 Passenger/cargo liner 531 feet long of Cunard Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    118. MEDIC (Shaw Savill)
    119. MEGNA (1965-1971 Oil tanker 690 feet long of Charter Shipping Co. Ltd / Trident Tankers Ltd, London : Scrapped 1978) (London (England, UK))
    120. MEIDOORN (1959-1969 General cargo coaster of N.V. Hudig & Pieters' Algemeene Scheepvaart-Mij.) (Netherlands)
    121. MEIDOORNSINGEL (1956-1967 General cargo coaster 54m long of N.V. Invoer- & Transportonderneming 'Invotra' / P A Van Es, Rotterdam, Netherlands) (Rotterdam (Netherlands))
    122. MELAMPUS ( 1960 - 1975 Cargo Liner 495 feet long of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    123. MELAMPUS (1950-1957 General cargo liner of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    124. MELBOURNE STAR (1948-1972 Cargo ship of Blue Star Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    125. MELBOURNE TRADER
    126. MELBROOK (1964-1972 General cargo ship of Duff, Herbert and Mitchell, Newcastle) (Newcastle, England)
    127. MEMLING (1946-1953 and 1957-1959 General cargo ship of Lamport & Holt Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    128. MEMNON (1959-1975 Cargo liner 495 feet long of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    129. MEMPHIS (1947-1971 General cargo ship of Moss Hutchison Line, Liverpool, 1971-1972 P & O General cargo Division)) (Liverpool)
    130. MENDOZA STAR (Blue Star) (London (England, UK))
    131. MENELAUS ( 1957 - 1972 cargo liner 495 feet long of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool)  (Liverpool)
    132. MENESTHEUS ( Cargo liner of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    133. MERCHANT DUKE (1951-1964 General cargo liner of Drake Shipping, London) (London (England, UK))
    134. MERCURY (1934-1939 Side paddle passenger steamer 224 feet long of LMS Railway / Caledonian Steam Packet Co. : 1939 -40 Minesweeper : 1940 Struck a mine and sank under tow) (Glasgow (Scotland))
    135. MESNA (1958 - 1968 ore carrier 505 feet long of Jennsens Rederi, Oslo, Norway) (Oslo (Norway))
    136. META ( 1931-1962 Steam-powered general cargo North-Sea coaster of Glen Line, Glasgow)
    137. METAL INDUSTRIES FLOATING DOCK of Metal Industries, Faslane, Gare Loch, Firth of Clyde
    138. METAL TRADER
    139. METEOR (1955-1970 Passenger cruise liner 90.4 metres long of Bergemske Dampskipsselskap A/S Bergen Norway- Bergen Line) (Bergen (Norway))
    140. METINDA (Ocean going tug
    141. MEUSE (1962 - 1970 general cargo coaster 160 feet overall of Wm. H. Muller & Co, London) (London)
    142. MEXICO MARU
    143. MEXICO MARU General cargo ship of O.S.K. Line (Osaka Shosen Kaisha, Japan) (Japan)
    144. MFV 175 (Port Auxiliary vessel of Royal Fleet Auxiliary, London) (Admiralty, London)
    145. MICHALIOS X
    146. MICHURINSK (1956- General cargo ship of Baltic Shipping, Leningrad) (Leningrad (U.S.S.R (Russia))
    147. MIGUELIN POMBO (1958-1977 General cargo coaster) (Santander (Spain))
    148. MILFORD (General cargo ship in 1966) (Hong Kong)
    149. MILFORD STAR ( 1958-1964 Steel side trawler M120 being 126 feet long of Westward Trawlers, Milford) (Milford)
    150. MINDANAO RIVER 2
    151. MINERAL ANTWERPEN
    152. MINNESOTA (Kobenhavn (Copenhagen, Denmark))
    153. MINNI BASSE (1964 - 1969 Swedish general cargo coaster) (Sweden)
    154. MINOUTSI (1966- General cargo ship of Greek owners) (Greece)
    155. MINSTER (1950-1971 Collier / general cargo coaster 321 feet long of Stephenson Clarke Ltd., London: Scrapped 1980) (London (England, UK))
    156. MIRA
    157. MIRTO
    158. MIRYAM
    159. MISSION SAN JOSE
    160. MIZPAH (Research vessel of University of Glasgow, Glasgow) (Millport (Isle of Great Cumbrae, Firth of Clyde))
    161. MODASA (1921-1953 Passenger / cargo liner of British India Steam Navigation Company Limited, London) (London (UK))
    162. MODLIN
    163. MOHAMED ALI EL KEBIR
    164. MOLDA (1937- 1959 General cargo ship 435 feet long of A/S J. Ludwig Mowinckels Rederi, Bergen)  (Bergen (Norway))
    165. MONA'S ISLE ( 1950 - 1980 Passenger vessel of Isle of Man Steam Packet Company) (Douglas ( Isle of Man ))
    166. MONICA (1932-1965 Coastal oil tanker 144 feet (44.10 metres) long of NV United Tank Coastal Rotterdam, Netherlands) (Rotterdam, Holland)
    167. MONKSGARTH (1960 - 1977 ore carrier with Cory Maritime Ltd., London) (London)
    168. MONSOON (1959-1970 Oil tanker 15 knots of Tonsberg Rederi, Tonsberg, Norway) (Tonsberg (Norway))
    169. MONSUNEN (1965- General cargo coaster 48.11 metres long of J.M.B. Bjereeum & Jensen Aps. Svendborg) (Svendborg (Denmark))
    170. MONTCALM (1920-1939 Passenger Liner of Canadian Pacific Line :1939 converted to Armed Merchant Cruiser HMS WOLFE, 1941 used as troopship, 1942 sold to Admiralty as submarine depot ship)
    171. MONTCLARE (1921-1939 Passenger Liner of Canadian Pacific Line : 1939 converted to Armed Merchant Cruiser, 1942 sold to Admiralty as submarine depot ship.)
    172. MONTE URQUIOLA (1949-1975 Passenger / cargo ship of Aznar Line, Bilbao, Spain) (Bilbao (Spain))
    173. MONTEREY (1952-1971 Passenger liner of Matson Lines, USA) (San Francisco (USA))
    174. MOONLIGHT (Ross & Marshall's Clyde puffer) (Greenock)
    175. MOONLIGHT (1966 - General cargo motor coaster of Light Shipping Co. Ltd. / Ross & Marshall, Greenock) (Greenock (Scotland, UK))
    176. MOOR (1901-1915 General cargo lighter - Clyde puffer - of J & J Hay, Glasgow) (Glasgow (Scotland, UK))
    177. MOOR (In 1952 General cargo puffer lighter of J & J Hay, Glasgow) (Glasgow (UK))
    178. MOORFIELD (General cargo coaster) (Glasgow (UK))
    179. MORAG (Dutch coaster) (Groningen, Holland)
    180. MORAR ( 1959-1967 Ore carrier 427 feet long of Denholms/ St Andrews Shipping, Glasgow) (Greenock)
    181. MORAYBANK (1973-1984 and 1986-1987 then 1987-1998 General cargo ship of Andrew Weir's Bank Line, London)
    182. MORETON BAY
    183. MORETON BAY (1933-1957 Passenger / cargo ship of Aberdeen & Commonwealth Lines) (U.K.)
    184. MORMACTEAL
    185. MORTAR ( 1943 - Admiralty ammunition and stores carrier) (Admiralty, London)
    186. MORVIKEN ( 1956 - 1965 General cargo ship 485 feet long of Wallem, Steckmest A/S, Bergen) (Oslo (Norway))
    187. MOSSVILLE (1960-1963 General cargo coaster of John S Monks, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    188. MOTOR BOAT and DINGY
    189. MOTOR BOAT TOWING BARGE
    190. MOTOR LAUNCH (on 28 November 1956)
    191. MOTOR LIFEBOAT
    192. MOUNT SORRELLl (Deep-sea fishing trawler) (Aberdeen)
    193. MOUNTSTEWART ( 1957 - 1969 General cargo coaster of Belfast, Mersey & Manchester SS Co Ltd(Associated with Coast Lines). (Belfast)
    194. MULBERA (1922-1954 Passenger / cargo liner of British India Steam Navigation Company Limited, London) (London (UK))
    195. MURELL (1954-1972 General cargo coaster 139 feet long of James Tyrell, Dublin) (Dublin)
    196. MUSWELL HILL (1943- General cargo ship of Acadia Overseas Freighters / Counties Ship Management)
    197. MYRMIDON ( 1947 - 1971 General cargo liner of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    198. MYRTLE (Inshore fishing trawler) (Port Seton (near Edinburgh, Scotland))
    199. MYSTIC (1959-1975 General cargo ship of Johnson Warren Line and chartered to Shaw Savill, London)

    N

    1. N O PETERSEN (1966- General cargo coaster 158 feet long of I/S N. O. Petersen, Marstal) (Marstal (Denmark))
    2. NANCY GLEN (Inshore fishing trawler) (Tarbert, Loch Fyne, Scotland)
    3. NARDANA (1956-1963 and 1968 - 1973 General cargo liner of British India Steam Navigation, London) (London (England, UK))
    4. NATHALIE (Fishing trawler registered TN 16) (Troon (Scotland))
    5. NATHALIE (In 2017 Fishing boat Registration number TN16) (Troon (Scotland, U.K.))
    6. NATTEE 11 (Yacht)
    7. NATURALIST (1965-1977 General cargo ship of T & J Harrison Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    8. NEA HELLAS (1939-1955 Passenger liner of General Steam Navigaton Company (Greek Line), Greece) (Greece)
    9. NEATH CASTLE (Fishing trawler) (Grimsby (England))
    10. NEDLLOYD AMERSFOORT
    11. NEDLLOYD BALTIMORE
    12. NELEUS ( 1953 - 1971 General cargo liner 489 feet long of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    13. NEPTUNE TURQUOISE
    14. NEPTUNIA (1952-1957 Passenger / cargo liner of D. J. Goulandris, Athens, Greece) (Panama)
    15. NESTOR ( 1952 - 1968 General cargo liner 490 feet long of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    16. NEVASA (1956-1962 Troopship then laid up then 1964-1975 Educational cruise ship of British India Steam Navigation, London : Scrapped Taiwan in 1975) (London (England, UK))
    17. NEW TEXAS (1919-1955 General cargo ship of Elder Dempster Line, Liverpool, scrapped in 1955) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    18. NEW WESTMINSTER CITY (1956-1970 General cargo ship 464 feet long of Sir William Reardon Smith, Cardiff) (Cardiff)
    19. NEW YORK (1955-1959 Passenger liner of Greek Line - formerly NEA HELLAS) (Greece)
    20. NEW YORK CITY
    21. NEW ZEALAND MARINER
    22. NEW ZEALAND PACIFIC
    23. NEW ZEALAND REEFER
    24. NEW ZEALAND STAR (1935-1967 General cargo ship of Blue Star Line, London : Scrapped 1967) (London)
    25. NEWARK (Motor Launch of the Clyde Navigation Trust/ Clyde Port Authority) (Glasgow)
    26. NEWCASTLE STAR (1956-1973 Cargo Liner of Blue Star Line, London) (London)
    27. NEWFOUNDLAND (1948-1962 passenger / cargo liner 440 feet long of Johnson Warren Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    28. NEWSHOT (1947-1973 Self-propelled 60-ton capacity floating heavy lift crane of Clyde Navigation Trust/ Clyde Port Authority, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    29. NGAN CHAU (1981- Motor container ship 170.85 metres long of Hong Kong Australia Shipping Company S.A., Panama) (Panama)
    30. NIAGARA (1963-1974 General cargo coaster 58 metres long of Manager: E. Wagenborg's Scheepvaart- & Expeditiebedrijf N.V., Delfzijl, Netherlands) (Groningen (Holland))
    31. NICETO DE LARRINAGA (1959-1973 General cargo ship 491 feet long of Larrinaga Steamship Company, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    32. NICHIGOH MARU (1980- Motor container ship 217.18 metres long of Yamashita-Shinnihon Kissen K.K., Mitsui O.S.K. Lines Ltd & Nippon Yusen Kaisha, Tokyo, Japan (Japan)
    33. NICHOLAS P
    34. NIEUW AMSTERDAM (1938-1973 Passenger Liner 758 feet 231 metres twin screws 20.5 knots of Holland America Line) (Rotterdan (Netherlands))
    35. NIGARISTAN (Strick)
    36. NIGER PALM (1949-1966 General cargo ship of Palm Line, London) (London (UK))
    37. NIJESTEIN (Coastal dry-cargo ship)
    38. NIMOS
    39. NIRVANA (Yacht)
    40. NJORD
    41. NOACH ( 1952 - General dry-cargo coaster 186 feet long of N.V.Rederu Holland) (Rotterdam (Holland))
    42. NORASIA CARIA
    43. NORDANGER (1976- Motor tanker 170.52 metres long of Westfal-Larsen A/S, Bergen, Norway (Bergen (Norway))
    44. NORDEFLINGE (1950-1955 General cargo ship 315 feet long of Constants (South Wales) Ltd, Cardiff : 1968 Sank after springing leak) (Grangemouth (Firth of Forth, Scotland, UK))
    45. NORDGLIMT
    46. NORDHAV ( 1958-1966 Ocean oil tanker of Skips, Oslo, Norway ) (Oslo (Norway))
    47. NORDIC ( 1950 - 1964 ex- CHINESE PRINCE, General cargo ship 490 feet long, on long-term charter to Shaw Savill Line, London from 1950 to 1964) (London)
    48. NORDIC DIANA (2008 - General cargo ship 90m long) (Netherlands)
    49. NORDIC HAWK
    50. NORDIC STAR, (1943-1956/7 General cargo "Liberty" ship of Fairview Overseas Freighters Ltd., Halifax, Nova Scotia) (London (England, UK))
    51. NORDLAND ( 1958 - Ore carrier 505 feet long of Vesteraalens D/S, Norway) (Stockmarknes (Norway))
    52. NORDLAND (1930- General cargo ship 471 feet long of Lubeck Linie A G)  (Lubeck (Germany))
    53. NORDSTERN ( 1955 - 1985 General cargo ship of Nordstern Reederei, Germany) (Germany)
    54. NORHAM CASTLE (1883-1903 Steamer of Donald Currie & Company / Castle Mail Packet Company / Union Castle Line, London) (London (UK))
    55. NORLANTIC
    56. NORMANBY HALL (1948- 1965 General cargo coaster of Coppack Bros & Co Ltd,, Connah's Quay, Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales)  (Chester (England))
    57. NORNA (Fishery protection cruiser)
    58. NORSE MARSHAL (1971-1985 Cardiff class bulk carrier of Cardigan Shipping Company / Harrisons (Clyde) )
    59. NORSE MOUNTAIN
    60. NORTH DAKOTA
    61. NORTH DEVON (1958- 1967 Tramp general cargo ship 460 feet long of Common Bros / North Shipping Company) (Newcastle (England, UK))
    62. NORTHERN STAR (1961-1975 Passenger liner 650 feet long of Shaw, Savill & Albion Line, London) (Southampton (England, UK))
    63. NORTON ( 1959 - 1970 general cargo ship 496 feet long of Common Bros/Somerstone Shipping, Newcastle) (Newcastle)
    64. NOTTINGHAM (1950-1971 Cargo liner of Federal Steam Nav. Co. London) (London)
    65. NOVA COSMOS
    66. NOVELIST (1965-1977 Cargo liner of T & J Harrison Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    67. NS ALLIANCE
    68. NUDDEA (1954-1972 General cargo liner of British India Steam Navigation Company, London : Scrapped in 1972) (London (UK))
    69. NUMORA (Inshore fishing boat) (Dunure (A small town South of Ayr, Ayrshire, Scotland))
    70. NURMAHAL (1959-1975 General cargo ship 442 feet long of Asiatic SN/ Hain-Nourse Line/ P & O, London) (London)
    71. NURNBERG EXPRESS (1978- Motor container ship 210 metres long of Hapag LLloyd A.G., Hamburg, Germany) (Hamburg, Germany)
    72. NYANZA (1956-1964 General cargo ship 514 feet long of British India Steam Navigation Company, London) (London)
    73. NYNES (1958-1965 Coastal general cargo ship 44.3 metres) (Oslo (Norway))
    74. NYON (1952- General cargo ship of Suisse Atlantique)

    O

    1. OANFA (1903-1931 General cargo ship of China Mutual Line)
    2. OBUASI (cargo liner in service 1952-1972 with Elder Dempster, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    3. OCEAN BREEZE
    4. OCEAN EAGLE
    5. OCEAN ISLANDER (1984-1991 Passenger liner 112 metres long of Ocean Cruise Lines, Panama) (Panama)
    6. OCEAN JENNY
    7. OCEAN KOREA
    8. OCEAN MONARCH
    9. OCEAN PRINCESS
    10. OCEANIA QUEEN
    11. OCEANIC (1899-1914 Passenger liner 704 ft (215 m) of White Star Line, August - September 1914 Armed Merchant Cruiser, September 1914 wrecked off Isle of Foula, Scotland)  (U.K.)
    12. OCHOS ASCENSION
    13. ODET (1975- Motor tanker 90.10 metres long of Navale Transportes Vinicoles Leduc S.A., France) (France)
    14. OFFSHORE MERCURY (1970-1999 Self propelled offshore drilling rig of International Drilling Co (Contracts) Ltd, London  (London (England, UK))
    15. OGNA COUNTY
    16. OGUTA PALM (1949-1960 General cargo ship of Palm Line, London) (London (UK))
    17. OHIO
    18. OLE SIF (1965-1973 General cargo ship of Rederi I/S Sif, Copenhagen))  (Kobenhavn (Copenhagen, Denmark))
    19. OLGA (Coaster in 1973) (Norway)
    20. OLIVE BRANCH (Inshore fishing boat) (Port Seton (Scotland))
    21. OLIVINE (Coaster of William Robertson's Gem Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    22. OLYMPIA (1957-1969 General cargo coaster 58m long of NV Wijnne & Barends' Cargadoors and Agency Offices, Groningen / Jan Boerma, Groningen, Netherlands) (Groningen (Netherlands))
    23. ONITSHA (1952-1972 general cargo liner 416 feet long of Elder Dempster Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    24. ONWARD PROGRESS (1954 - 1974 Products tanker of Fleetwood Tankers Ltd) (Fleetwood)
    25. ONWARD PROGRESS (1954 - 1974 Products tanker of Fleetwood Tankers Ltd) (Fleetwood)
    26. OOR BROOKE (In 2017 Fishing boat registered number TN4) (Troon (Scotland, U.K.))
    27. OPOBO PALM (1949-1961 Palm oil / vegetable oil tanker of Palm Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    28. ORANYAN (1960 - 1976 General cargo ship 466 feet long of Nigerian National Line, Lagos, nigeria) (Lagos (Nigeria))
    29. ORARI (1931-1958 Refrigerated cargo liner 471 feet long of New Zealand Shipping Company, Plymouth) (Plymouth (England))
    30. ORCADES (1937-1942 Passenger liner of Orient Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    31. ORCADES (1948-1962 Passenger liner of Orient Line, then 1962-1973 of P & O Line, London) (London)
    32. ORESTES (1894-1925 General cargo liner of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    33. ORIANA (1961-1986 Passenger liner 804 feet long of P & O-Orient Lines / P & O Steam Navigation Company, London)) (London (England, UK))
    34. ORIANDO (Tanker)
    35. ORION (1935-1963 Passenger liner of Orient Line / P & O Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    36. ORLANDO ( 1960 - 1966 Product tanker 530 feet long of Bowring Shipping Company, London) (London)
    37. ORMISTON
    38. ORMSARY (1953- Ore carrier of Scottish Ore Carriers / J & J Denholm, Glasgow) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    39. ORONSAY (1951-1975 Passenger liner 708 feet long of P & O-Orient Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    40. ORONTES (1929-1962 Passenger liner of P & O) (London (England, UK))
    41. OROPESA (1894-1915 General cargo ship of Pacific Line / Pacific Steam Navigation Company, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    42. ORSOVA (1954-1974 Passenger Liner of Orient Line / P & O Line, London) (London)
    43. OSPREY (Pleasure launch in 2017)
    44. OSTERDEICH (West Germany)
    45. OTAIO (1958-1967 Refrigerated cargo liner of New Zealand Shipping Company / 1967 transferred to Federal Line, 1973 transferred to P&O.  (London (UK))
    46. OTAKI (1953-1967 Refrigerated cargo ship of New Zealand Shipping Co. : then 1967-1973 Federal Line : then 1973- 1976 P & O) (London (England, UK))
    47. OTHELLO (1966-1977 Deep-sea Fishing Trawler Registered H389 and 224 feet long of Associated Fisheries Ltd.of Hull : Scrapped 1984) (Hull (England))
    48. OTI (1956-1972 General cargo liner 137 metres long of Elder Dempster Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    49. OTRANTO (1926-1957 Passenger / cargo liner of Orient Line / P & O Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    50. OWERRI (Elder Dempster) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    51. OXFORDSHIRE (1957-1964 Troopship of Bibby Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    52. OXFORDSHIRE (1912-14 Passenger/cargo ship of Bibby Line, Liverpool : 1914-1919 Hospital Ship, 1939-1948 Hospital Ship, 1949-1950 Australia emigrant ship, 1950-1951 troopship, 1951 sold) (Liverpool (England))
    53. OZARDA

    P

    1. P. M. COOPER
    2. P.D.1 (Motor Launch)
    3. PACHECO (1927-1958 General cargo ship of Macandrews & Co. Ltd., London) (London (UK))
    4. PACIFIC COAST (1947 - 1968 General cargo coaster of Coast Lines, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    5. PACIFIC ENVOY (1958-1967 then 1970-1971 a 500 feet long cargo liner of Furness Withy Line, London) (London)
    6. PACIFIC FORTUNE (1948 - 1965 general cargo liner 500 feet long of Furness Withy Line, London) (London)
    7. PACIFIC NORTHWEST (1954-1971 General and refrigerated cargo liner 501 feet long of Furness Withy & Co. Ltd., London : Scrapped 1974) (London (U.K.))
    8. PACIFIC RELIANCE (1951-1971 cargo liner 500 feet long of Furness Withy Company) (London)
    9. PACIFIC STRONGHOLD (1958-1971 Cargo liner 501 feet long of Furness Withy Line, London) (London)
    10. PACIFIC UNITY (1948-1964 General cargo ship of Furness Withy Line, London : Scrapped in 1970) (London (UK))
    11. PADANA (1945-1961 General cargo ship of British India Steam Navigation Company, London)  (London (UK))
    12. PALM (1927-1963 Coastal tar carrier of Fishers of Newry) (Newry)
    13. PAMILO
    14. PAMPAS (1944-1946 Infantry Landing Ship : 1946-1964 Returned as general cargo ship to owners Royal Mail Lines, London) (London (England, UK))
    15. PAMPAS (1946-1964 General cargo ship of Pacific Steam Navigation, London)
    16. PANDORIAN (1940-1963 General cargo ship of Ellerman & Papayanni Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    17. PANNONIA (1903-1922 Passenger liner 501 feet long of Cunard Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    18. PANOCEANIC FAITH (Merchant ship) (U.S.A.)
    19. PAPANUI
    20. PARADISE OCEAN
    21. PARAGUAY STAR (1947-1969 Passenger / cargo liner 503 feet long of Blue Star Line, London : Scrapped in 1969) (London (England, UK))
    22. PARANI (Greece)
    23. PARKESTON (1925- Passenger / cargo ferry 108m long of Det Forenade Dampskibs Selskal, Denmark) (Denmark)
    24. PARKGATE (1925-1955 Port Bunkering tanker of Esso Petroleum Company Ltd., London) (Liverpool (England))
    25. PARMA
    26. PARRAMATTA (1944-1963 General cargo ship of Rederi AB Transatlantic Gothenburg Sweden : Scuttled 1979) (Gothenburg (Sweden))
    27. PARTHIA (1948-1961 Passenger / cargo liner of Cunard Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    28. PARTNER
    29. PASS OF LENY (1928- Coastal oil tanker of Bulk Oil Steamship Co. Ltd.,UK) (UK)
    30. PATANI (1954- 1979 General cargo liner 450 feet long of Elder Dempster Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    31. PATONGA (1953-1975 General cargo ship of P & O Line, London) (London)
    32. PATRICIA (1958-1972 General cargo coaster 50.11 metres long of A Wester, Groningen) (Groningen (Netherlands))
    33. PATRICIAN (1947-1963 General cargo ship of Ellerman Papayanni Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    34. PATROCLUS (1950-1972 Passenger and cargo liner 516 feet long of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    35. PAVIA (1953- General cargo liner of Cunard Line, Liverpool) (UK)
    36. PEARL (General cargo coaster of Gem Line / William Robertson, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    37. PEARL HAVEN
    38. PEARLEAF ( 1960 - 1986 Royal Fleet Auxiliary tanker 568 feet long pennant no. A77 of HM Government, London) (London)
    39. PEGASUS
    40. PEGU (General cargo ship:1961-1964 British & Burmese / P Henderson, 1964-1966 Elder Dempster,1966-1972 Guinea Gulf Line,1972 China Mutual,1972-1975 Elder Dempster,1975-1980 Guinea Gulf Line) ) (Glasgow)
    41. PELAYO (1947-1960 General cargo ship of Macandrews & Co Ltd., London) (London (UK))
    42. PELEUS ( 1949 - 1972 General cargo / passenger liner 516 feet long of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    43. PENCHATEAUX
    44. PENDENNIS CASTLE (1958-1976 Passenger / cargo liner of Union Castle Line, London) (London)
    45. PENDIK ( 1961 - 1993 Passenger ferry of Istanbul Ferries, Istanbul, Turkey) (Istanbul, Turkey)
    46. PENELOPE (1956-1964 General cargo ship) (Greece)
    47. PENELOPE EVERARD ( 1963-1984 General cargo coaster 264 feet long of F T Everard, London) (London)
    48. PENNYWORTH (An ore carrier of R S Dalgliesh, Newcastle) (Newcastle )
    49. PERCY DAWSON
    50. PERIM (1948-1967 General cargo ship of P & O Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    51. PERSEUS ( 1950 - 1973 Cargo/passenger liner 516 feet long with Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    52. PERSIC (1949-1969 Passenger / cargo liner of Shaw Savill & Albion, London)) (London (England, UK))
    53. PERSIC (1899-1927 Passenger liner of White Star Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    54. PERTHSHIRE (1936-1964 General cargo ship 499 feet long of Scottish Shire / Houston / Cayzer Irvine)  (Glasgow)
    55. PETER (a general cargo coaster 200 feet long)
    56. PETER M (1947-1964 a 3-island type Coastal oil tanker 63m lomg of Metcalf Motor Coasters : Scrapped in 1972) (London)
    57. PETRA SKOU
    58. PHAROS (1955-1988 Lighthouse Tender 257 feet long of Northern Lighthouse Board, Edinburgh) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    59. PHEMIUS (1913-1917 General cargo ship of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool, 1917 torpedoed and sunk off Ireland) (Liverpool (England))
    60. PHILOSOPHER (1964-1977 General cargo liner of Thos & Jas Harrison, Liverpool) (Liverpool (UK))
    61. PHILOTIS (1918-1934 General cargo ship 200 feet long of J & P Hutchison Ltd., Glasgow) (Glasgow (UK))
    62. PHRYGIA (1955-1965 General cargo liner of Cunard Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    63. PIBROCH (1923-1957 General cargo puffer lighter 66 feet long of Mackie Brothers / White Horse Distillery / Scottish Malt Distillers, Edinburgh) (Glasgow (Scotland))
    64. PIBROCH (1957-1976 General cargo motor coaster 87 feet long of Scottish Malt Distillers, Edinburgh) (Glasgow)
    65. PICARD (Frigate of French Navy) (France)
    66. PICARDY (Steam ship in 1942)
    67. PICOBLANCO (1958-1981 General cargo ship) (Spain)
    68. PICOGRIS (1957-1988 General cargo 2-hatch coaster of Spanish owners) (Bilbao (Spain))
    69. PING CHAU (1984- Container ship 172.22 metres long of Precious Shipping Company S. A., Panama) (Panama)
    70. PINJARRA (1946-1962 General cargo ship of P & O Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    71. PINTO (1947-1965 General cargo ship of Macandrews & Co. Ltd., London) (London (UK))
    72. PINZON (1922-1951 General cargo ship of MacAndrews & Co., London) (London (UK))
    73. PIPIRIKI ( 1944 - 1971 General and refrigerated cargo liner 494 feet long of New Zealand Shipping Line ) (Plymouth)
    74. PLADDA ( 1950-1963 General cargo coaster 218 feet long of Clyde Shipping Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    75. PLADDA (A sailing vessel in 1850)
    76. PLAINSMAN (1959 - 1979 General cargo liner of T & J Harrison Line, Liverpool : 489 feet long) (Liverpool)
    77. PLANETA
    78. PLANTER (1961 - 1962 General cargo liner 442 feet long of T & J Harrison Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    79. PLATESSA (General cargo coaster) (Frederikshavn (Denmark))
    80. PODOLSK (1957-1980 General cargo ship 326 feet long of USSR) (Archangel (USSR))
    81. POINTER (1959 - 1975 Container, trailer and flat transport carrier 224 feet long of Link Line/Coast Lines) (Liverpool)
    82. POINTSMAN ( 1934 - ? Coastal tanker, speed 7 knots, 233 feet long of Rowbothams, London) (London)
    83. POINTSMAN ( 1959 -1968 Coastal tanker 223 feet long speed 7 knots of Rowbothams, London) (London)
    84. POLARIS (1954-1973 General cargo coaster 43.4 metres long of Manager: Carebeka NV, Groningen, Netherlands / Owner: Company 'Polaris', Groningen, Netherlands) (Groningen (Holland))
    85. POLARLIGHT (1946-1960 Clyde steam puffer lighter of Ross & Marshall / Light Shipping Co Ltd)  (Greenock (Scotland, UK))
    86. POLARLIGHT (1965-1969 a motor coaster 118 feet long of Light Shipping Company Ltd. / Ross & Marshall, Greenock) (Greenock (Scotland, UK))
    87. POLYCREST (1958-1970 Oil tanker of Einar Rasmussen, Kristiansand, Norway)  (Kristiansand (Norway))
    88. POLYKARP (1949-1963 Oil products tanker of Einar Rasmussen,  (Kristiansand ( Norway, ))
    89. POLYPHEMUS (1966-1972 Cargo liner 487 feet long of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    90. POLYSTAR (1962-1978 Oil tanker 516 feet long 15 knots speed of Einar Rasmussen, Norway) (Kristiansand (Norway))
    91. POLYTHENE (General cargo coaster of ICI Chemical Company) (Liverpool)
    92. POLYTRAVELLER (1978- Motor tanker 263.71 metres long of K/S Rasmussen Teamship A/S., / Einar Rasmussen, Kristiansand S, Norway (Kristiansand. (Norway))
    93. PONCE DE LEON (1943-1962 General cargo "Liberty" ship of U.S. Maritime Commission : Scrapped 1962) (U.S.A.)
    94. PONTOON (FLOATING PONTOON)
    95. PONYANA (General cargo ship)
    96. POOL FISHER (1959-1979 General cargo coaster 208 feet (63m) long of James Fisher & Sons, Barrow-in-Furness, England) (Barrow (England))
    97. POOLSTER (General cargo ship)
    98. PORT ADELAIDE (1951-1972 Refrigerated cargo liner of Port Line, London : Scrapped 1972) (London (England, UK))
    99. PORT ALMA (Port Line) (London (England, UK))
    100. PORT AUCKLAND ( 1949 - 1976 Refrigerated cargo liner 510 feet long of Port Line, London) (London)
    101. PORT BRISBANE ( 1949 - 1975 Cargo liner 561 feet long of Port Line, London) (London)
    102. PORT BURNIE (1966-1972 General and refrigerated cargo liner of Port Line, London) (London)
    103. PORT CAROLINE (Port Line) (London (England, UK))
    104. PORT CHALMERS (In service 1968-1982 with Port Line, London) (London)
    105. PORT DUNEDIN (1925-1962 Refrigerated cargo ship of Port Line, London : Scrapped in 1962) (London (UK))
    106. PORT FAIRY (Port Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    107. PORT HARDY (1954-1961 General cargo ship of Port Line, London) (London (UK))
    108. PORT HOBART (1946-1970 Cargo liner of Port Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    109. PORT HUON (1927-1961 General cargo liner of Port Line, London :Scrapped 1961) (London (UK))
    110. PORT INVERCARGILL (1958-1971 Refrigerated cargo ship 490 feet long of Port line, London) (London)
    111. PORT LAUNCESTON (1957-1977 Cargo Liner of Port Line Ltd., London) (London (UK))
    112. PORT LYTTELTON (1947-1972 Refrigerated cargo liner of Port Line, London : Scrapped in 1972) (London (UK))
    113. PORT MELBOURNE (1955-1972 Cargo Liner of Port Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    114. PORT MONTREAL (1954-1972 Refrigerated cargo liner of Port Line, London) (London (UK))
    115. PORT NAPIER (1947-1970 Refrigerated cargo liner of Port Line, London : Scrapped in 1970) (London (UK))
    116. PORT PIRIE (1947-1972 Refrigerated cargo liner 529 feet long of Port Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    117. PORT SAID (Red Rose Line / Alexandria Navigation Company) (Egypt)
    118. PORT SYDNEY (1955-1972 Refrigerated cargo liner of Port Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    119. PORT TOWNSVILLE (1951-1972 General cargo liner of Port Line, London : Scrapped in 1972) (London (UK))
    120. PORT VICTOR (1948-1970 Cargo liner of Port Line, London) (London)
    121. PORT WELLINGTON (1946-1971 Refrigerated cargo liner 529 feet long of Port Line, London) (London)
    122. PORTLAND STAR (1954 - 1958 Refrigerated cargo liner 456 feet long of Blue Star Line, London)) (London (England, UK))
    123. POSEIDON (General cargo ship)
    124. POTARO (1940-1965 General cargo ship of Royal Mail Line, London) (London (UK))
    125. POTOSI (1954- Cargo liner of Pacific Steam Navigation Company, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    126. POZARICA (1953-1964 General cargo ship of Macandrews & Co. Ltd., London) (London (UK))
    127. PRAHSU (British & Burmese / Henderson Line)
    128. PRASE ( 1938 - ? General cargo coaster of Wm Robertson's Gem Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    129. PRESIDENT GARCIA (1961-1979 Cargo ship of Philippine President Line, Manila) (Manila (Philippines))
    130. PRETORIA (1936-1939 Passenger Liner 548 feet (168m) long of Deutsche Ost-Afrika Linie, Hamburg : 1939-1945 U-boat Depot Ship:
    131. PRETORIA CASTLE (1948-1966 Passenger / cargo liner of Union Castle Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    132. PRIAM (1966-1978 cargo liner 563 feet long of Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    133. PRINCE MADOG (2001- Research vessel 34.9 metres long of University of Bangor, Wales / Managed by P & O) (Beaumaris (Wales))
    134. PRINCES HIGHWAY
    135. PRINS CASIMIR (1955 - 1967 general cargo ship 258 feet long of Oranje Line, Holland) (Holland)
    136. PRINS FREDERIK HENDRIK
    137. PRINS FREDERIK WILLEM -- pronounced Villem (1951-1967 General cargo ship 258 feet long of Oranje Line, Holland) (Rotterdan (Netherlands))
    138. PRINS J W FRISO
    139. PRINS W G FREDERIK (General cargo ship of Oranje Line, Netherlands) (Rotterdam, Holland)
    140. PRINS W J FREDERIK
    141. PRINS WILLEM V
    142. PRINS WILLEM 11
    143. PRINS WILLEM 1V
    144. PRINSES IRENE (General cargo coaster) (Netherlands)
    145. PRINSES MARIA
    146. PRINSES WILHELMINA (Netherlands)
    147. PRIOR (1951-1963 general cargo coaster 51.25 meters of Manager: Fiege & Hoff, Rotterdam, Netherlands Owner: Arnoldus Cornelis Hoff, The Hague, Netherlands) (Netherlands)
    148. PRIWALL (1966-1973 General cargo ship 75 metres long of Partenrederei Ehepaar Bogel, HB, Bremen and chartered to Moss Hutchison Line) (Bremen (Germany))
    149. PROCRIS (1924-1950 General cargo ship of Hutchison Line / Moss Hutchison Line (U.K.)
    150. PRODROMOS (1963-1974 General cargo ship)
    151. PROFESSOR (1910-1930 General cargo ship of T & J Harrison, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    152. PROGRESSIST (1978- Bulk carrier 180.96 metres long of Peninsular Shipping Co. Ltd. / Ocean Tramping Co. Ltd, Hong Kong) (Hong Kong)
    153. PROME (1937-1962 Passenger / cargo liner of Patrick Henderson Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    154. PROVIDER (In 2017 Fishing boat Registration Number AH71)  (Arbroath, Scotland, U.K.)
    155. PUNDUA (1945-1967 General cargo ship of British India Steam Navigation Company, London) (London (UK))
    156. PYROPE (1936-1953 A 3-island type steam general cargo coaster 164 feet long of William Robertson's Gem Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    157. PYRRHUS (1949 - 1972 General cargo and passenger liner 516 feet long of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)

    Q

    R

    1. RAEISEE (General cargo ship)
    2. RAGNEBORG
    3. RAILA (Oil products tanker in 1953) (Oslo (Norway))
    4. RAINBOW (1867- Steam coastal cargo lighter 62 feet long of Colthorpe & Dewar, Dumbarton, Scotland) (Probably Glasgow (Scotland))
    5. RAJULA (1926-1973 Passenger / cargo liner 462 feet long of British India Steam Navigation Co Ltd., London : Scrapped 1974) (London (UK))
    6. RAKIA (1945-1967 General cargo ship of New Zealand Shipping Company, London) (London (UK))
    7. RAKMOVATI
    8. RAMDAS (1980- General cargo ship 161.55 metres long of The Shipping Corporation of Bombay, Bombay, India) (Bombay, India)
    9. RAMORE HEAD (Ulster Steamship Company/ Head Line) (Belfast)
    10. RANCHI (1925-1953 Passenger / cargo liner of P & O Line, London: scrapped 1953) (London (UK))
    11. RANEE (1950-1971 General cargo ship 443ft (135m) long of Asiatic Steam Navigation Company Ltd, London : Scrapped 1973) (London (UK))
    12. RANGITANE (New Zealand Shipping Company) (Plymouth (England))
    13. RANGITATA (1936-1962 Passenger / cargo liner of New Zealand Shipping Company, London) (London (UK))
    14. RANGITIKI (1929-1962 Passenger / cargo liner of New Zealand Shipping Company, London) (London (England, UK))
    15. RAPALLO (Ellerman Wilson Line)
    16. RAPHAEL (1953-1976 General cargo ship of Lamport & Holt Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    17. RATHLIN HEAD (1953-1970 General cargo ship of Ulster Steamship Company / Head Line, Belfast) (Belfast (Northern Ireland))
    18. RAVENS POINT (1923-1956 General cargo ship of Macandrews & Co Ltd., London) (London (UK))
    19. RAVI (National Shipping Corporation, Pakistan : formerly Runciman's JEDMOOR) (Pakistan)
    20. RAVNEFJELL (1955-1967 General cargo liner 304 feet long of A/S Falkefjell / Olsen & Ugelstad, Norway : Scrapped 1985) (Oslo (Norway))
    21. RAYLIGHT ( a Clyde puffer of Ross & Marshall, Greenock) (Greenock)
    22. RAYLIGHT (1963-1975 a Clyde motor coaster of Light Shipping Company / Ross & Marshall, Greenock) (Greenock)
    23. READY (1947-1977 Pilot Tender of Trinity House, London) (London (UK))
    24. RED BARONESS (In 2017 Steel twin screw RO-RO cargo landing craft of Troon Tug Company, Troon) (Troon (Scotland, U.K.))
    25. RED EMPRESS (2003- Ship handling tug of Troon Tug Company, Troon) (Troon (Scotland, U.K.))
    26. REDEFIELD (1950-1958 Coastal oil products tanker of Hunting & Son, Newcastle, England) (Newcastle (England))
    27. REDSTART (1946-1967 A three-island general cargo coaster of General Steam Navigation Company. London) (London)
    28. REEDWARBLER (General cargo coaster) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    29. REINA DEL MAR (1956-1973 Passenger / cargo liner of Pacific Steam Navigation, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    30. RELIANCE
    31. REMUERA
    32. RENE
    33. RENFREW FERRY (Chain ferry across River Clyde from Renfrew to Yoker) (Glasgow)
    34. RENSBURK (Barge) (Germany)
    35. RESTLESS (A tugboat in 1850)
    36. RHADAMES
    37. RHEXENOR ( 1945 - 1975 Refrigerated cargo liner 496 feet long of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    38. RHINE MARU (1972- Container ship 261.02 metres long of Mitsui O. S. K. Lines, Osaka, Japan) (Osaka, Japan)
    39. RHINE ORE (1959 - 1977 Ore carrier 546 feet long of Transatlantique Bulk Carriers) (Monrovia)
    40. RHODESIA CASTLE (1951-1967 Passenger / cargo liner of Union Castle Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    41. RHODESIA STAR (1948-1967 General cargo ship of Blue Star Line, London)) (London (England, UK))
    42. RHONE
    43. RIALTO
    44. RIAN (1948-1955 General cargo coaster 43m long of Carebeka N.V., Groningen, Netherlands / Owner: Derk Buining, Groningen, Netherlands) (Groningen (Netherlands))
    45. RIBBLEHEAD (1957-1972 Ore carrier of North Yorkshire Shipping Company / Bolton Steam Shipping)) (Middlesbrough, England)
    46. RIBBOK (1967-1990 Suction dredger 364 feet long of South African Marine and Harbours Board)) (Durban (South Africa))
    47. RICHARD D LYONS (1945-1947 General cargo "Liberty" ship of U.S. Maritime Commission : 1947 sold to Manlemos Shipping Agencies (Manos John Lemos). Greece : Scrapped in 1968  (Piraeus, Greece)
    48. RICHARD DE LARRINAGA (1955-1970 General cargo ship of Larrinaga Steamship Company, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    49. RICHMOND CASTLE (Union Castle) (London (England, UK))
    50. RIEN TEEKMAN ( 1954-1974 General cargo coaster of Teekman Scheepvaartbedrijf, Delfzijl, Holland) (Delfzijl.((Holland))
    51. RIEVAULX (pronounced Ree- voh as in "Oh Dear" 1958-1973 Ore carrier 463 feet 154m long of Bolton Steam Shipping Company, England) (Middlesbrough, England)
    52. RIFO-AN (1956 - 1973 General cargo motor coaster 57.42 mrtres long of Derk Buining / Carebeka N.V. Groningen) (Groningen, Netherlands)
    53. RINA (General cargo ship)
    54. RINCON HILLS
    55. RING FISHER (Inshore fishing boat)
    56. RINGDOVE (a cargo vessel of General Steam Navigation, London) (London)
    57. RIO AGUAPEY
    58. RIO ALTO (1957-1964 General cargo ship)
    59. RIO ATUEL
    60. RIO BARIMA ( 1959 - 1976 Ore Carrier 657 feet long of Transworld Carriers, Liberia) (Monrovia, Liberia)
    61. RIO CARONI (1957-1975 Ore carrier 658 feet long of Transworld Carriers) (Liberia)
    62. RIO HIJUELA (General cargo ship) (Spain)
    63. RIO ORINOCO (1957- Ore carrier 200m long of Transworld Carriers, Monrovia, Liberia / Managers Th. Klaveness, Oslo) (Monrovia (Liberia))
    64. RIPON (1956 - 1972 Ore carrier 505 feet long for Bolton Steam Shipping Company) (Middlesborough (England))
    65. RIVER AVOCA (1962- 1976 General cargo coaster 144 feet long of R V T Hall, Dublin) (Dublin, Ireland)
    66. RIVER TAY (1920-1943 Steam fishing trawler 115 feet long GN36 of Paton Trawlers / Ardrossan Trawling Company) (1919-1925 Montrose (Scotland), 1925-1943 Granton (Scotland) )
    67. RIVER TWEED (1919- 1952 Steam fishing trawler 115 feet long GN43 of Paton Trawlers, Glasgow / Ardrossan Trawling Co., Glasgow) (Granton (Scotland, U.K.))
    68. RIVERTON (476 feet)
    69. ROBERT E. HOPKINS
    70. ROBERT DUNDAS (1938-1974 Royal Fleet Auxiliary coastal store carrier 220 feet long: pennant no. A204) (Admiralty, London)
    71. ROBERT MIDDLETON (1938 - 1974 Coastal store carrier of Royal Fleet Auxiliary : pennant no A241) (Admiralty, London)
    72. ROCHESTER CASTLE (1937-1970 Cargo liner of Union Castle Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    73. ROCKABILL (1931-1962 General cargo coaster of Clyde Shipping Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    74. ROCKHAMPTON STAR (1958-1981 Refrigerated cargo liner of Blue Star Line, London) (London)
    75. ROCKVILLE (1957-1963 A 3-island general cargo coaster 148 feet long of John S.Monks and Co. Ltd; Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    76. ROEPAT
    77. ROMAN (1930-1958 Clyde puffer 66 feet long of Arran Shipping Company Ltd, Irvine / Kelso Family, Corrie, Isle of Arran) (Irvine (Scotland))
    78. ROMANDIC (1965- )
    79. ROMANDIE (1965 - Bulk carrier 630 feet long of Helica S.A.,Geneva, Switzerland)
    80. ROMANIC (1954-1961 General cargo ship of Shaw Savill & Albion, London) (London (UK))
    81. RONAN (1938-1963 General cargo coaster 260 feet long of George Gibson & Co., Leith : Foundered in 1967) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    82. RONSARD (1957 - 1980 cargo liner 473 feet long of Lamport & Holt Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    83. ROONAGH HEAD ( 1952-1971 General cargo liner of Ulster Steamship Company / Head Line, Belfast) (Belfast)
    84. ROSCOE (1955-1962 General cargo ship of Lamport & Holt Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    85. ROSEBANK (1959-1976 General cargo ship of Andrew Weir & Co Ltd, London) (Glasgow (UK))
    86. ROSEBUD (1943-1948 Tanker 153 metres long of United States War Shipping Administration, Mobile, USA) (Mobile (Alabama, USA))
    87. ROSEBURN (Coaster 1947 of W N Lindsay Ltd., Leith: formerly ICI's THORIUM) (Leith)
    88. ROSEMARY EVERARD (coaster of F T Everard, London) (London)
    89. ROSLIN CASTLE (1883-1904 Steamer of Donald Currie & Company / Castle Mail Packet Company / Union Castle Line, London (London (UK))
    90. ROSLIN CASTLE (1935-1967 Refrigerated cargo ship of Union Castle Line, London : Scrapped 1967) (London (England, UK))
    91. ROSS AQUILA (Deep sea trawler H114 of Ross Group, Grimsby) (Grimsby (England))
    92. ROSSETTI (1900-1929 Cargo ship of Lamport & Holt Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    93. ROSSETTI (1956-1963 then 1967-1970 General cargo ship of Lamport & Holt Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    94. ROTHESAY CASTLE (1960-1975 Refrigerated cargo ship of Union Castle Line, London) (London (UK))
    95. ROWALLAN CASTLE (1943-1971 Refrigerated and general cargo liner 475 feet long of Union Castle Line, London) (London)
    96. ROWANMORE (1956-1973 General cargo ship of Furness Withy Line) (Liverpool)
    97. ROWANOL (1947-1970 Coastal tanker and harbour oiler 231 feet long, pennant A284 of Royal Fleet Auxiliary) (Admiralty, London)
    98. ROXANE (1929-1954 Oil tanker of Cie. Auxiliaire de Navigation, France : Scrapped 1954) (France)
    99. ROXBURGH CASTLE (1944-1971 Cargo liner of Union Castle Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    100. ROYAL SCOTSMAN (1936-1967 Passenger and cargo ship 339 feet long of Burns & Laird Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    101. ROYAL STAR (1946-1961 General cargo ship of Blue Star Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    102. ROYAL ULSTERMAN (1936-1968 Passenger and cargo ship 339 feet long of Burns and Laird, Glasgow) (Belfast)
    103. ROYAL VIKING STAR (1972- Passenger ship 205.47 metres long of Norwegian Caribbean Lines A/S, Bergen, Norway)
    104. RUAHINE (1951 - 1968 Passenger / cargo liner of New Zealand Shipping Company, London) (London (England, UK))
    105. RUBENS (Lamport & Holt) (Liverpool)
    106. RUDOLF KARSTENS ( 1956-1966 General cargo coaster 48.65 metres 160 feet long of German owners) (Hamburg, Germany)
    107. RUGEN
    108. RUHR (General cargo ship) (Hamburg (Germany))
    109. RUHR ORE (1960-1976 Ore carrier 546 feet long of Ore Carriers of Liberia Inc. / Transatlantic Bulk Carriers Inc., Liberia) (Liberia)
    110. RUNIC (1950-1961 Passenger / cargo ship of Shaw Savill & Albion, London : Wrecked in 1961) (Southampton (England, UK))
    111. RUNSWICK (1956 - 1972 cargo ship of Headlam & Sons, Whitby (Whitby (North Yorkshire, England))
    112. RUSKEN (Norway)
    113. RUSTENBURG CASTLE (1946-1971 Refrigerated / general cargo liner of Union Castle Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    114. RUYSDAEL (1957 - 1968 general cargo ship of Bolton Shipping Company, London) (London)
    115. RYNDAM (or RIJNDAM) (1951-1966 Passenger / cargo Liner 153m 503ft of Holland America Line "Nederlandsch-Amerikaansche Stoomvaart-Maatschappij", Rotterdam : Sank 2003 on way to Breakers) (Rotterdam (Netherlands))

    S

    1. S A DRAKENSTEIN (Cargo liner of South African Marine Corporation "Safmarine", Cape Town, South Africa (Kaapstad (Pronounced kapstet : Afrikaans for "Cape Town") )
    2. S A MERCHANT (1955-1977 Refrigerated cargo liner 470 feet long of South African Marine Corporation, Cape Town) (Kaapstad (Pronounced kapstet : Afrikaans for "Cape Town") )
    3. S A SHIPPER (1961 - General cargo liner of South African Marine, Corporation, Cape Town, South Africa)
    4. S A STATESMAN (South Africa Marine Corporation, Cape Town) (Kaapstad (Pronounced ka pstet : Afrikaans for "Cape Town"))
    5. S A TRANSPORTER (1953-1966 General cargo liner of South African Marine Corporation, Cape Town) (Kaapstad (Pronounced kapstet : Afrikaans for "Cape Town") )
    6. S A VAN DER STEL (1966-1984 Cargo liner 542 feet long of South Africa Marine Corporation "Safmarine", Cape Town, South Africa (Kaapstad (Pronounced ka pstet : Afrikaans for "Cape Town"))
    7. S D KYLE OF LOCHALSH (2008- Tug of Serco Marine) (London (UK))
    8. S.A.WATERBERG (1979- Container ship 258.50 metres long of South African Marine Corp. Ltd, (SAFMARINE) Cape Town, Kaapstad, South Africa) (Kaapstad (Pronounced ka pstet : Afrikaans for "Cape Town"))
    9. S.A.WINTERBERG
    10. SACRAMENTO
    11. SAGA SILVER (1967- Oil products tanker 557 feet long of Ola Schroder & Company, Oslo)) (Oslo (Norway))
    12. SAGACITY (1946 - 1972 General cargo bridge-amidships coaster 211 feet long of F T Everard, London) (London)
    13. SAGAMORE (1957- Ore carrier of Furness Withy, London) (London (England, UK))
    14. SAINT AIDAN (1963- General cargo coaster 218 feet long of J & A Gardner, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    15. SAINT AIDAN (1920-1959 General cargo coaster 141 feet long of J & A Gardner, Glasgow) (Glasgow (UK))
    16. SAINT ANGUS (1936 -1965 General cargo coaster 151 feet long of J & A Gardner Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    17. SAINT BARCHAN (1919-1954 General cargo coaster 141 feet long of J & A Gardner, Glasgow) (Glasgow (UK))
    18. SAINT BEDAN (1937-1964 General coaster 157 feet long owned by J & A Gardner, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    19. SAINT BLANE (1955- a general cargo coaster 199 feet long of J & A Gardner, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    20. SAINT BRANDON (1960- General cargo coaster 196 feet long of J & A Gardner, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    21. SAINT BRIDGET (1953- a general cargo coaster 190 feet long of J & A Gardner Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    22. SAINT COLMAN (1963- General cargo coaster 205 feet long owned by J.& A. Gardner & Co., Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    23. SAINT COLUMBA (1936-1968 Mail and passenger steamer of David MacBrayne, Glasgow : Scrapped 1958) (Glasgow (UK))
    24. SAINT ENOCH (1918-1955 General cargo coaster 142 feet long of J & A Gardner, Glasgow) (Glasgow (UK))
    25. SAINT FERGUS (General cargo coaster of J & A Gardner, Glasgow) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    26. SAINT KEARAN (1947-1957 General cargo coaster of J & A Gardner, Glasgow : Scrapped 1957) (Glasgow (UK))
    27. SAINT KENTIGERN (1938 - General cargo coaster 236 feet long of J & A Gardner, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    28. SAINT MARY
    29. SAINT MODAN (1960- 1979 General cargo coaster 166 feet long of J & A Gardner, Glasgow) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    30. SAINT ORAN (1923-1954 General cargo coaster 122 feet long of J & A Gardner, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    31. SAINT RONAN (1966-1980 General cargo coaster 137 feet long of J & A Gardner, Glasgow) (Glasgow (UK))
    32. SAINT RULE (1956- 1973 General cargo coaster 172 feet long of J & A Gardner Ltd., Glasgow)) (Glasgow)
    33. SAKAIDE MARU (1982- Bulk carrier 257.82 metres long of Yamashita-Shinnihon Kisen, Tokyo, Japan)
    34. SAKUMO LAGOON
    35. SALACIA (1937-1960 General cargo liner of Donaldson Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    36. SALAVERRY (1946-1967 General cargo ship of Pacific Steam Navigation Company, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    37. SALDANHA (in service 1959-1966 Christian Salvesen & Company)
    38. SALINAS (1947 - 1968 cargo liner of Pacific Steam Navigation Company, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    39. SALLING ( 1957 - General dry cargo coaster 220 feet long of Rederiet Seaway, Copenhagen) (Copenhagen (Denmark))
    40. SALMARA (1956-1977 Cargo Liner of P & O Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    41. SALOME ( 1962 - 1966 Swedish general cargo coaster) (Styrso (Gothenburg, Sweden))
    42. SALSETTE (1956-1966 Cargo ship of P & O, London) (London (England, UK))
    43. SALUTA (1936-1951 Whaling factory ship of South Georgia Company / C Salvesen & Co,, Leith : Scrapped in 1951) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    44. SALVINA (1963-1975 General cargo ship 485 feet long of Christian Salvesen, Leith ) (Leith)
    45. SALWEEN ( 1937-1962 Passenger and cargo liner 462 feet long of Patrick "Paddy" Henderson's Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    46. SAMANOO
    47. SAMARIA (1922-1956 Passenger liner of Cunard Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    48. SAMARIA (1964-1969 General cargo liner of Cunard Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    49. SAMJOHN GOVERNOR (1972-1988 General cargo ship 147.2 mrtres long of Esperos Shipping Company / John Samonas, Piraeus, Greece) (Piraues, Greece)
    50. SAMJOHN PIONEER (1972- 1988 General cargo ship 146.95 metres long of Esperos Shipping Company / John Samonas Piraeus, Greece)  (Piraues, Greece)
    51. SAN CASTO (1928-1960 Coastal oil products tanker 307 feet long of Eagle Oil Company, London : Scrapped 1960) (London (UK))
    52. SAN FLORO ( 1956-1971 General cargo coaster) (Santander (Spain))
    53. SAN JOSE
    54. SANDERBURGH
    55. SANDRA MARIE
    56. SANGARA (1939-1960 General cargo liner of Elder Dempster Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    57. SANGUITY ( 1956 - 1978 General cargo coaster 242 feet long of F T Everard, London) (London)
    58. SANKO SAPPHIRE (1984- Bulk carrier 179.41 metres long of Sea Fan Transport Inc. / The Sanko Steamship Company (Sanko Kisen K.K.), Monrovia, Liberia
    59. SANSU (1939-1961 General cargo liner of Elder Dempster Lines, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    60. SANTA CRUZ (Cargo ship)
    61. SANTA MARIA
    62. SANTA ROSA
    63. SANTA SOFIA
    64. SANTA TERESA
    65. SANTANDER (1946-1967 General cargo ship of Pacific Steam Navigation Company, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    66. SANTIAGO
    67. SANTONA (1959-1967 General cargo ship 297 feet long of Donaldson Line, Glasgow)  (Glasgow)
    68. SAPELE PALM (1953-1966 built for subsidiary Olhandel und Transport GmbH, Hamburg (German flag), 1960 transferred to Palm Line (British flag), (Hamburg (Germany))
    69. SAPPEMEER (1951-1968 Dutch general cargo coaster 54.16 metres 180 feet long and speed 10.5 knots of Carebeka N.V. Groningen) (Groningen (Holland))
    70. SAPPHIRE (General cargo coaster of William Robertson's Gem Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    71. SAPPHIRE GLORY (1981- Bulk carrier 208.01 metres long of Lepta Shipping Company / Teh-Hu Cargocean Management Company, Panama) (Panama)
    72. SAPPORO MARU
    73. SARA
    74. SARDINIAN (1875-1917 Passenger and cargo vessel of Allan Line)
    75. SAREPTA (Royal Maritime Auxiliary Service torpedo testing and research vessel) (Admiralty, London)
    76. SATURNIA (1910-1928 General cargo liner of Donaldson Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow (UK))
    77. SAXON (1925-1965 General cargo lighter - "Clyde Puffer" - of Walter Kerr, Millport, Isle of Great Cumbrae, Firth of Clyde, Scotland) (Glasgow (UK))
    78. SAXONIA (1900-1925 Passenger liner 600 feet long of Cunard Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    79. SAXONIA (1954- 1963 Passenger liner of Cunard Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    80. SCHIEDYK
    81. SCHIEHALLION (1961-1970 Deep-sea fishing trawler No. GN73 being 108 feet long of Grampian motor Trawlers/Carnie & Croan)) (Granton)
    82. SCHOLAR (1947-1964 General cargo ship of T & J Harrison Line of Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    83. SCHUTTING (cargo ship of "Fissership", Germany) (Germany)
    84. SCINDIA (1900-1927 Passenger and cargo liner 401 feet long of Anchor Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    85. SCOTIA (1880- Clyde passenger steamer 211 feet long of Captain W. Buchanan)
    86. SCOTIA (1971)
    87. SCOTTISH COAST (1957-1969 Passenger ship 330 feet long of Burns & Laird Lines, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    88. SCOTTISH HAWK (1954-1965 Oil products tanker 547 feet long of Scottish Tanker Company (Glasgow)
    89. SCOTTISH LION (1952-1962 Oil products tanker 547 feet long of Scottish Tanker Co Ltd (Cayzer, Irvine & Co Ltd), Glasgow ) (Glasgow (UK))
    90. SCOTTISH STAR (1950-1967 Refrigerated / general cargo ship of Blue Star Line, London) (London (UK))
    91. SCYTHIA (1921-1958 Passenger liner of Cunard Steamship Company, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    92. SCYTHIA (1964-1969 General cargo liner of Cunard Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    93. SEA SWALLOW (Yacht of the Royal Navy)
    94. SEAFOX (1946-1958 Royal Fleet Auxiliary naval aviation stores carrier / Victualling Stores Issuing Ship pennant number A214) (Royal Fleet Auxiliary, Admiralty, London)
    95. SEALIGHT (1930-1973 Clyde puffer of Ross & Marshall Ltd) (Greenock)
    96. SEALNES
    97. SEAMEW (1947-1966 General cargo coastal vessel of General Steam Navigation Company, London) (London (England, UK))
    98. SEAMORE (1928-1945 Paddle Tug / tender 132 feet long of Anchor Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    99. SEATTLE STAR (Blue Star Line)
    100. SEAWAY (1946 - 1969 Coastal and Harbour tug 114 feet long of Ardrossan Harbour Company, Ardrossan) (Ardrossan)
    101. SEAWAY MELBOURNE (1983- RoRo cargo ship 135.79 metres long of Lulworth Company Ltd / Union Steam Ship Company of New Zealand)
    102. SECOND (General cargo coaster) (Belfast (Northern Ireland))
    103. SECOND SNARK (Passenger motor ferry of William Denny Ltd., Dumbarton)
    104. SECURITY (General cargo ship of F T Everard Company, London) (London)
    105. SEIKAI MARU
    106. SELECTIVITY (a coaster of F T Everard, London) (London)
    107. SEMPER VIGILO (1937-1970 A police launch operated by City of Glasgow Police to patrol the River Clyde) (Glasgow)
    108. SENIORITY (1951-1971 A 3-island general cargo coaster 231 feet long of F T Everard, London) (London (England, UK))
    109. SEPIA (1936-1958 Oil products tanker of Anglo Saxon / Shell Tankers U.K.) (London (UK))
    110. SERB (In 1952 General cargo puffer lighter of J & J Hay, Glasgow) (Glasgow (UK))
    111. SERBISTAN (1966-1973 General cargo liner 503 feet long of Frank C. Strick, London) (London (UK))
    112. SERENITY (F. T. Everard, London) (London (England, UK))
    113. SERIALITY ( 1952 - 1971 General cargo coaster 241 feet long of F T Everard Company, London) (London)
    114. SERRA ATASOY (2011- General cargo ship 90m long of Atasoy Group of Shipping, Istanbul) (Istanbul (Turkey))
    115. SETIABUDHI (Cargo ship) (Indonesia)
    116. SETTLER (1939-1959 General cargo ship of T & J Harrison, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    117. SEVEN SEAS
    118. SGT. MORRIS E. CRAIN
    119. SHAFTESBURY (General cargo ship) (London)
    120. SHAHRISTAN (1945 - 1962 general cargo ship 448 feet long of Frank C Strick Line, London) (London)
    121. SHEAF FIELD ( 1959-1969 Ore carrier 462 feet long of Sheaf Shipping/ W A Souter, Newcastle) (Newcastle)
    122. SHELL DIRECTOR (1952-1966 Coastal oil tanker if Shell Mex & B P, London : Scrapped 1966) (London (UK))
    123. SHELL DRILLER (1952-1966 Coastal oil products tanker of Shell Mex & B.P. Ltd., London) (London (England, UK))
    124. SHELL MEX 5 (Harbour oiler)
    125. SHELL SUPPLIER ( 1952-1967 Coastal oil products tanker 194 feet long of Shell Mex & BP, London) (London)
    126. SHENA GLEN (small shallow-water inshore fishing boat)
    127. SHERBRO (Liverpool (England, UK))
    128. SHERWOOD (1968-1974 General cargo ship 414 feet long of William France, Fenwick & Co. Ltd.) (U.K.)
    129. SHIELDHALL ( 1955-1977 Sludge vessel 268 feet long of City of Glasgow/ Strathclyde Region) (Glasgow)
    130. SHILLONG (1948-1957 Cargo liner of P & O Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    131. SHIRAHAMA MARU
    132. SHONGA ( 1947 - 1965 General cargo liner 408 feet long of Elder Dempster Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    133. SHUNA (1937 - 1963 general cargo coaster 274 feet long of Glen & Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    134. SIBONEY
    135. SICILIA (1965-1968 General cargo liner of Anchor Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    136. SICILIAN (1948-1964 cargo liner in service with Ellerrman Papayanni Line) (Liverpool)
    137. SIDERIS
    138. SIDONIA (1961-1967 General cargo liner 472 feet / 144 metres of Anchor Line / Moor Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    139. SIERRA ANDIA
    140. SIERRA ARAMO
    141. SIERRA DE ARANZAZU (General cargo ship) (Spain)
    142. SILVER CREST (Inshore fishing boat) (Port Seton)
    143. SILVER ROCK (Inshore fishing boat)
    144. SILVERSAND (1958-1973 Ore carrier of Silver Line)
    145. SILVIA (1954-1972 General cargo ship 13.5 knots of Herm. Dauelsberg GmbH & Co KG, Bremen W Germany (West Germany)
    146. SINALOA (1959-1965 Banana carrier of Elders & Fyffes, London : Scrapped in 1965) (London (UK))
    147. SINE BOYE (General cargo coaster of Hermann C Boye & Co) (Marstal (Denmark))
    148. SINGAPORE (1951-1964 General cargo liner of P.& O. Line, London : Scrapped in 1972) (London)
    149. SINGULARITY (General cargo coaster of F.T.Everard, London) (London)
    150. SIR ANDREW DUNCAN (1958-1967 Ore carrier 505 feet long of St Andrews Shipping / Denholm, Glasgow : 1967-1973 of British Steam Shipping, Greenock)) (Greenock (UK))
    151. SIR JAMES (1955- General cargo coaster 80 feet long of J Hay, Glasgow) (Cardiff (Wales))
    152. SIR MICHAEL (In 1874 Brigantine) (Irvine (Firth of Clyde, Scotland, U.K.))
    153. SIR WILLIAM CAMPBELL (Royal Army Service Corp, London) (London (UK))
    154. SIR WILLIAM H RAEBURN (1928-1972 Clyde Navigation Trust's 120 feet long small grab dredger) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    155. SKARPO (In 1953 General cargo ship)  (Stockholm (Sweden))
    156. SKJELBRED (1952-1962 Oil products tanker of O A T Skjelbred, Norway : Scrapped 1979) (Kristiansand (Norway))
    157. SKYLIGHT (a Clyde puffer of Ross & Marshall Ltd., Greenock) (Greenock)
    158. SLAV (1932-1964 Clyde puffer 65 feet long of J Hay & Sons, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    159. SLIEVE BEARNAGH ( 1936 - 1972 cargo and cattle carrier 309 feet long of British Transport Commission/British Railways) (Lancaster (England))
    160. SMYRIL
    161. SNAEFELL (1948-1978 Passenger vessel 345 feet (105 m) 21.5 knots of Isle of Man Steam Packet Company) (Douglas ( Isle of Man ))
    162. SOBRIETAS
    163. SOCOTRA (1946-1965 General cargo ship of P & O Line, London : Scrapped in 1965) (London (England, UK))
    164. SOL ( 526 feet long)
    165. SOMALI (1948-1969 General cargo ship of P. & O., London: sold 1969) (London (England, UK))
    166. SOMERS ISLE (1959-1971 cargo liner 396 feet long of Pacific Steam Navigation Company, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    167. SOMERSBY (1954-1958 General cargo ship of Ropner Line, London : Scrapped 1977) (U.K.)
    168. SOMERSETSHIRE (Built 1921, 1927 converted to permanent troopship, 1939-1946 Hospital ship, 1948 Australia emigrant ship, 1954 scrapped, of Bibby Line, Liverpool). (Liverpool (England))
    169. SOMME ( 1950 - 1967 General cargo coaster 161 feet long of Wm H Muller of Rotterdam) (London)
    170. SOUDAN (1948-1970 Refrigerated and General cargo ship 502 feet long of P & O Line, London) (London)
    171. SOUND OF SOAY (2013- Passenger and 54-vehicle ferry of Western Ferries, Hunter's Quay, Dunoon( (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    172. SOUTH AFRICA STAR (1948 to 1967 :cargo liner of Blue Star Line, London) (London)
    173. SOUTH AFRICAN MERCHANT (1955-1977 Refrigerated cargo ship 470 feet long of South African Marine Corporation, Cape Town) (Kaapstad (Pronounced ka pstet : Afrikaans for "Cape Town"))
    174. SOUTH AFRICAN SCULPTOR (1961-1962 General cargo ship formerly CLAN STEWART of Clan Line) (Kaapstad (Pronounced ka pstet : Afrikaans for "Cape Town"))
    175. SOUTH AFRICAN SEAFARER (ex Clan Robertson) (Kaapstad (Pronounced ka pstet : Afrikaans for "Cape Town"))
    176. SOUTH AFRICAN SHIPPER ( General cargo liner formerly CLAN ROBERTSON of Clan Line, now owned by Safmarine) (Kaapstad (Pronounced ka pstet : Afrikaans for "Cape Town"))
    177. SOUTH AFRICAN STATESMAN (Kaapstad (Pronounced ka pstet : Afrikaans for "Cape Town"))
    178. SOUTH AFRICAN TRADER (Kaapstad (Pronounced ka pstet : Afrikaans for "Cape Town"))
    179. SOUTH AFRICAN VANGUARD (Kaapstad (Pronounced ka pstet : Afrikaans for "Cape Town"))
    180. SOUTH AFRICAN VENTURE (1961-1966 General cargo liner of South African Marine Company, Cape Town) (Kaapstad (Pronounced ka pstet : Afrikaans for "Cape Town"))
    181. SOUTH AFRICAN VICTORY (1961-1966 General cargo ship of South African Marine Corporation, Kaapstad) (Kaapstad (Pronounced kapstet : Afrikaans for "Cape Town") )
    182. SOUTHERN CLIPPER (1958-1963 Oil products tanker of Rederi A/B Clipper Einar Hansen, Malmö (Malmo (Sweden))
    183. SOUTHERN CROSS (1955-1973 Passenger liner of Shaw Savill & Albion Line, London)l (London (England, UK))
    184. SOUTHERN EAGLE
    185. SOUTHERN QUEEN
    186. SOUTHLAND STAR
    187. SOUTHPORT (In 1955 General cargo coaster)
    188. SPANIEL (1955-1973 Coaster handling containers, trailers and flats, 224 feet long of Link Line/ Coast Line) (Glasgow)
    189. SPARTA (1940- General cargo coaster 41 meters long owned by Klaas Rense Pronk, Groningen and managed by Carebeka N.V., Groningen) (Groningen (Netherlands))
    190. SPARTAN (1946-1961 steam Clyde "puffer" / Re-engined 1961-1980 as motor coaster of J & J Hay Ltd / Glenlight Shipping Company : 1980- Static exhibit at Scottish Maritime Museum, Irvine) (Glasgow)
    191. SPEAKER (Charente / Harrison ) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    192. SPECIALIST (1947-1964 Cargo liner of T & J Harrison Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    193. SPEEDWELL (Inshore fishing boat) (Port Seton)
    194. SPEEDWELL 11 (Inshore fishing trawler) (Port Seton (Scotland))
    195. SPES BONA V (In 2017 Fishing boat registered number BA107) (Ballantrae (Scotland, U.K.))
    196. SPES BONE (inshore fishing boat)
    197. SPES MAJOR (1961-1972 General cargo coaster 51.47 metres long of Bergsma & Leinenga, Delfzijl) (Delfzijl.((Holland))
    198. SPICA (1953-1973 General cargo coaster 53 metres long 9.5 knots of Jacob Hoving / Wijnne & Barends) (Groningen, Holland)
    199. SPIDOLA ( 1958 - 1970 General cargo ship 382 feet long of Cia. P. Dannebergs Ltda., Puerto Limon : Scrapped 1970) (Nicaragua)
    200. SPIGERBORG (1949-1965 General cargo ship 334 feet long of A/S D/S Dannebrog (C. K. Hansen), Copenhagen) (Kobenhaven (Copenhagen, Denmark))
    201. SPINEL ( 1937 - 1940 then 1946 - 1970 a 185 feet long general cargo coaster owned by William Robertson's Gem Line, Glasgow ) (Glasgow)
    202. SPOLESTO (1958-1971 General cargo coaster 202 feet long (61.54 metres) of Spoorhout, Wassenaar / Dammers & Van Der Helde, Holland). (Rotterdam, Holland)
    203. SPOORSINGEL (Dutch general cargo coaster of P. A. Van Es & Co., Rotterdam) (Rotterdam)
    204. SPRAYNES (1984- Bulk carrier 170.39 metres long of M.T.B.C. Leasing Company, Tokyo, Japan) (Japan)
    205. SPREE (General cargo coaster of Scheper's Rhein-See Linie, Hamburg) (Hamburg, Germany)
    206. SPRIGHTLY ( 1959 - 1969 general cargo ship of Granta Steam Shipping Company, Newcastle_ (Newcastle)
    207. SPRINGBACK (In 1874 Brigantine) (Belfast (Northern Ireland))
    208. ST ESSYLT (1948-1965 General cargo ship of South American Saint Line, London) (London (UK))
    209. ST HELENA
    210. ST MARGARET (1967- Ore carrier (formerly JOYA McCANCE) of South American Saint Line)) (UK)
    211. ST MUNGO (1959-1975 Fireboat 68 feet long of City of Glasgow Fire Brigade)) (Glasgow)
    212. ST NINIAN (inshore fishing boat) (Port Seton)
    213. ST SEIRIOL (1931-1962 Passenger vessel 270 feet long of Liverpool & North Wales Steamship Company, Liverpool: 1940-1946 Troopship / ferry) (Liverpool)
    214. ST THOMAS (1948-1965 General cargo ship of South American Saint Line, London) (U.K.)
    215. STABILITY (General cargo coaster of F. T. Everard Company, London) (London)
    216. STADION (1975- Bulk carrier 182.15 metres long of Ventura Maritima S.A. / Fomentos Armadora S. A., Piraeus, Greece (Piraeus, Greece)
    217. STAFFORDSHIRE (1949-1959 Passenger / cargo liner of Bibby Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    218. STAINLESS CARRIER
    219. STALEY BRIDGE (1940- 1967 General cargo coaster 131 feet long of John Summers Steelworks, England) (Chester (England))
    220. STAR OF FAITH ( LH77 Inshore fishing boat) (Port Seton)
    221. STARFINCH (1950-1952 Steam cargo lighter (Clyde puffer) of J. Hay & Sons Ltd., Glasgow)  (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    222. STARLIGHT ( 1937 - 1967 Clyde puffer of Ross & Marshall Ltd., Greenock) (Greenock)
    223. STATE OF MAHARASHTRA (general cargo ship of Shipping Corporation of India) (India)
    224. STATE OF UTTAR PRADESH (General cargo ship of Shipping Corporation of India)
    225. STATENDAM
    226. STATESMAN (1948-1962 General cargo ship of T & J Harrison Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    227. STEEL ADMIRAL
    228. STEIN (General cargo coaster 187 feet long)
    229. STEINRAVN (1959-1970 General cargo coaster of Norwegian owners) (Bergen (Norway))
    230. STELLA NOVA
    231. STELLAR
    232. STENA NORDICA (1965 - Passenger and vehicle ferry of Stena Line)
    233. STENTOR (1946-1958 General cargo liner of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    234. STENTOR (1958-1981 Seagoing salvage tug 98 feet long of Bureau Wijsmuller, Ijmuiden, Netherlands) (Ijmuiden Netherlands)
    235. STEPHANIE (General cargo coaster 164 feet long),
    236. STERN (1958-1976 General cargo coaster 57m long of Jan Damhof Jr., Delfzijl, Netherlands) (Delfzijl, Netherlands)
    237. STETTIN (In 1927 cargo ship of Currie Line)
    238. STIRLING CASTLE (1936-1966 Passenger / cargo liner of Union Castle Mail Steamship Company, London) (London (England, UK))
    239. STIRLINGSHIRE (1946 - 1966 general dry-cargo vessel 448 feet long of Scottish Shire Line) (Glasgow)
    240. STOKE CITY (Trawler) (Grimsby (England))
    241. STOLT AUSTRALIA
    242. STORMLIGHT (1957- General cargo coaste 88 feet long of Light Shipping Company Ltd. / Ross & Marshall Ltd, Greenock) (Greenock (Scotland, UK))
    243. STORMLIGHT (Clyde puffer of Ross & Marshall, Greenock) (Greenock)
    244. STORNOWAY LIFEBOAT, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis (Western Isles of Scotland) (Poole (England))
    245. STRATHAIRD (1932-1967 Passenger / cargo liner of P & O Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    246. STRATHALLAN ( 1960 - 1972 Deep-sea fishing trawler A767 of Ailsa Craig Fishing, Aberdeen) (Granton)
    247. STRATHEDEN (1937-1964 Passenger / cargo liner of P & O Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    248. STRATHERRICK (GN74 Deep-sea Trawler) (Granton)
    249. STRATHMORE (1935-1963 Passenger Liner of P & O, London) (London (England, UK))
    250. STRATHNAVER (1931-1962 Passenger liner of P & O Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    251. STRONGBOW (1927-1960 Steam tug 107 feet long of Steel & Bennie Ltd., Glasgow : Scrapped in 1964)  (Glasgow)
    252. STRONGBOW (1961-1976 Coastal and Harbour tug 110 feet long of Steel & Bennie/ Cory Ship Towage, Greenock) (Glasgow)
    253. STUDENT (1947-1963 General cargo liner of T & J Harrison Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    254. SUAVITY (1946 - 1970 General cargo bridge-amidships coaster 211 feet long of F T Everard, London) (London)
    255. SUCRE
    256. SUE LYKES (1945 - 1972 general cargo ship 460 feet long of Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, USA) (Tampa, Florida, USA)
    257. SUEVIC (1950-1974 Cargo liner of Shaw Savill Line, London)
    258. SUFFOLK (1939-1968 Refrigerated cargo liner 551 feet long of Federal Steam Navigation, London : 1968 Scrapped) (London (England, UK))
    259. SULAPHAT
    260. SUMMERSIDE (1961- Deep-sea fishing trawler 106 feet long of William Liston Ltd, Leith) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    261. SUMMERVALE (1960-1972 Deep-sea fishing trawler pennant LH 373 Length 106 feet of William Liston Ltd, Newhaven Edinburgh)  (Leith)
    262. SUMNER ISLE (Fishing Trawler LH 69) (Leith (Scotland, UK))
    263. SUN VIKING (1972- Passenger liner of Royal Caribbean Cruise Line)
    264. SUNADELE (1953-1966 General cargo ship 16 knots of Reederei "Zürich" A.G., Basel, Switzerland) (Probably Switzerland)
    265. SUNAMELIA (1953-1968 General cargo ship 386 feet long of Zurich Shipping Company, Basle, but chartered to Saguenay Terminals, Canada) (Basle (Switzerland))
    266. SUNBEAM ( 1954 - 1971 General cargo ship 412 feet long time-chartered to Saguenay Terminals Company, Canada)
    267. SUNBEAR (General cargo ship chartered to Saguenay Terminals Company)
    268. SUNCLIFF (1958-1964 General cargo ship of A/S Helgöy , A/S Ritefart , A/S Odderö, Norway, on charter to Saguenay Terminals  (Kristiansand. (Norway))
    269. SUNCLIPPER
    270. SUNDA (1952-1968 Refrigerated / general cargo liner 523 feet long of P & O Steam Navigation Company, London) (London (England, UK))
    271. SUNDALE
    272. SUNDBJERG ( 1956 - General cargo coaster length 149 feet of C Marquardt, Denmark ) (Egernsund, Denmark)
    273. SUNDOVE (1964 - 1969 Chartered to Saguenay Terminals, Canada) (Norway)
    274. SUNFALCON (1963-1968 General cargo ship of A/S Oderø , A/S HELGØ , A/S Norsk Rutefart & A/S Kinn ( A.I.Langfeldt & Co Kristiansand as manager ) Kristiansand Norway) (Kristiansand Norway.)
    275. SUNGATE
    276. SUNGRAN
    277. SUNHILL (1955- General cargo ship of Lundegaard and Sonner, Farsund, Norway) (Farsund (Norway))
    278. SUNIMA (1958-1965 General cargo ship 108.2 metres long 14.5 knots Chartered to Saguenay Shipping Company) (Norway)
    279. SUNINGER
    280. SUNK LIGHTVESSEL (Lightvessel of Trinity House, London) (London (England, UK))
    281. SUNLAND (1954-1966 Cargo ship owned by A. I. Langfeldt of Kristiansand, Norway, and on long-term charter from 1954-1966 to the Saguenay Terminals Company.) (Kristiansand. (Norway))
    282. SUNMAR
    283. SUNMONT (General cargo ship of Saguenay Line, Montreal, Canada)
    284. SUNNANHAN
    285. SUNNY GIRL (In 1958 General cargo ship of A/S Sunship, Oslo) (Oslo (Norway))
    286. SUNPOLYNA (1956-1970 General cargo ship chartered to Saguenay Line, Canada)) (Kristiansand, Norway)
    287. SUNRANA
    288. SUNRELL (1964 - 1968 cargo liner on long term charter to Saguenay Terminals, Canada) (Haugesund (Norway))
    289. SUNROSE ( 1954 - 1962 General cargo ship 412 feet long of Wilhelmsen, Norway) (Norway)
    290. SUNSEAHORSE (1963-1972 General cargo ship on charter to Canada's "Saguenay Line") (Oslo (Norway))
    291. SUNSHINE ( CN76 Inshore fishing boat)
    292. SUPERIORITY ( 1947 - 1969 General cargo coaster 283 feet long of F T Everard, London) (London)
    293. SURAT (1948-1968 General cargo ship of P & O Line, London) (London)
    294. SURF PATROL (1951-1969 Surf class freighting tanker 469 feet long Pennant A357 of Royal Fleet Auxiliary, London) (London (UK))
    295. SURREY (1952-1969 Refrigerated cargo liner of Federal Steam Navigation Company, London) (London (UK))
    296. SUSANNE SKOU (Ove Skou, Copenhagen, Denmark) (Copenhagen, Denmark)
    297. SUSSEX
    298. SUTHERLAND (In 1927 cargo ship of Currie Line)
    299. SVANEFJELL (General cargo ship of Olsen & Ugelstad, Oslo, Norway) (Oslo (Norway))
    300. SWALLOW (1961-1967 General cargo ship of General Steam Navigation Company, London) (London (UK))
    301. SWBC 2 (Shallow Water Boom Craft of Admiralty, London) (Admiralty, London)
    302. SWEDRU (1948-1965 General cargo ship of Elder Dempster Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    303. SYDNEY EXPRESS
    304. SYDNEY STAR (Blue Star Line)
    305. SYLVANIA (1957-1968 Passenger liner 608 feet long of Cunard Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    306. SYLVIA 11 (1965- Motor general cargo coaster 199 feet long of Sunflower Transport & Trading Company / M Havinga's Scheepv. & Handelmaats N.V., Curacao) (Curacao (Netherlansa Antilles))

    T

    1. T. S. PETERSEN
    2. T.P.TILLING (General cargo coaster) (Liverpool (England))
    3. TAARNBORG
    4. TABOR (1952-1971 General cargo liner of Moss Hutchison Line, Liverpool then 1971-1975 of P & O General Cargo Division) (Liverpool)
    5. TACTICIAN ( 1961-1979 Cargo liner of T. & J. Harrison Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    6. TAGUS (1970-1974 Container ship of Ellerman Lines)
    7. TAHSINIA (Anchor Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    8. TAIKAI MARU
    9. TAIKO
    10. TAKORADI PALM (1949-1959 General cargo ship of Palm Line, London) (London (UK))
    11. TALISKER (1963-1970 General cargo coaster of William Sloan, Glasgow) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    12. TALISMAN (1935-1967 Passenger paddle steamer of Caledonian Steam Packet Company, Gourock) (Glasgow)
    13. TALTHYBIUS (Blue Funnel 1960-1971) (Liverpool)
    14. TANTALLON CASTLE (1954-1971 General cargo ship of Union Castle Line, London) (London)
    15. TANTALUS (1960 - 1969 Cargo liner of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool (Liverpool)
    16. TARANAKI (1928-1964 Refrigerated cargo ship of Shaw Savill Line, London : Scrapped in 1964) (London (UK))
    17. TARANTIA (1948-1959 General cargo ship of Anchor Line. Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    18. TARIHIKO
    19. TARZAN (1956-1967 General cargo coaster 131 feet (40.10 metres) long)
    20. TASMANIA
    21. TASMANIA STAR (1950-1975 Refrigerated cargo liner 547 feet long of Blue Star Line, London) (London)
    22. TAUTRA (1960 - 1967 Norwegian general cargo ship, length 370 feet overall) (Trondheim, Norway)
    23. TAY ( 1958-1965 General cargo coaster 234 feet long of William Sloan Line) (Glasgow)
    24. TEES ORE (1960-1975 Ore carrier : Scrapped 1989)
    25. TEESFIELD (Oil products tanker of Hunting)
    26. TEGELBERG (1938-1942 Passenger/cargo liner 171 metres long, then 1942-1947 Troopship, then 1947-1968 passenger/cargo liner of Koninklijke Java China Paketvaart Lijnen, Amsterdam) (Amsterdam (Netherlands))
    27. TELFA (General cargo ship)
    28. TEMPLE HALL (1954-1969 General cargo ship 458 feet long of Lambert Brothers Shipping / Temple Steamship Company) (UK)
    29. TENACITY
    30. TENJIN MARU
    31. TENNYSON
    32. TERNEFJELL (general cargo ship 297 feet long of A/S Falkefjell / Olsen & Ugelstad, Olsen & Uglested's Fjell Line, Norway) (Oslo (Norway))
    33. TEUN (1952-1966 General cargo coaster 57.35 metres long speed 10 knots of N.V. Scheepvaart-Maatschappij 'Oud-Beijerland') (Rotterdam (Holland))
    34. TEUNIKA (1936-1969 General cargo coaster 35.6 metres long of A Nicolai, Netherlands) (Netherlands)
    35. TEXA ( 1960-1964 Clyde puffer 66 feet long of McNeil of Greenock) (Glasgow)
    36. TEXACO LONDON ( Products tanker of Texaco Oil Company) (London)
    37. TEXAN (Clyde puffer) (Glasgow)
    38. THACKERAY (1958-1968 General cargo ship 369 feet long of Chine Lines Shipping Company, London) (London (UK))
    39. THE CONTEST (Built in 1853 at Ardrossan)
    40. THE EMPEROR ( 1946-1963 coastal cargo ship 203 feet long of J Hay & Sons, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    41. THE LADY PATRICIA (1963- 1993 Beer carrier 213 feet long of Arthur Guinness Ltd., Dublin) (Dublin, Ireland)
    42. THE SULTAN (1961-1969 General cargo coaster of J Hay & Sons, Glasgow) (Glasgow (UK))
    43. THE VICTORIA (1975- 1993 Passenger liner 540 feet long - formerly DUNOTTAR CASTLE- of Chandris Line) (Panama )
    44. THELMA (1935 - 1964 general cargo coaster 274 feet long of Glen & Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    45. THELMA 1V (Oil products tanker) (Grimstad (Norway))
    46. THEODORA (coastal oil/products tanker) (Uithoorn (Uithoorn is in the Netherlands, in the province of North Holland.))
    47. THESEUS ( 1955 - 1971 Cargo liner 490 feet long of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    48. THISTLEDHU (1955-1957 then 1960-1967 General cargo SHIP 450 feet long of Albyn Line / Allan Black & Co., Sunderland, / Chapman & Willan) (Sunderland / Newcastle (U.K.))
    49. THOMAS NELSON (1956-1960 General cargo ship of United States Line, New York) (Baltimore (U.S.A.))
    50. THOR VIKING
    51. THORDIS (1950-1968 Oil products tanker)
    52. THORIUM ( 1947 - 1964 General cargo coaster of the I.C.I. Chemicals Company) (Liverpool)
    53. THORPE GRANGE (1954-1966 General cargo ship of Houlder Line, London) (London (UK))
    54. THORSUN
    55. THUBAN (motor coaster in service 1957-1964 with NV Van Nievelt, Goudriaan & Co. Stoomvaart, Rotterdam) (Rotterdam)
    56. THUNDERER (1958-1973 Tug 114 feet long of Steel & Bennie, Greenock) (Glasgow)
    57. TIDE (1952 - 1973 general cargo coaster 192 feet long of Timmerman's, Goes, Netherlands) (Goes (Netherlands))
    58. TIGER (1966- General cargo coaster) (Copenhagen, Denmark)
    59. TIGRE (1905-1931 Passenger ship of Russian S. N. & Trading Co, Odessa) (Odessa (Ukraine))
    60. TIJUCA
    61. TILAPA (1928-1959 Banana carrier / general cargo ship of Elders & Fyffes Shipping Limited : Scrapped in 1959) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    62. TIMARU STAR (1948-1958 General cargo ship of Blue Star Line, London : Scrapped 1969) (London (UK))
    63. TIMISOARA
    64. TINA (Motor launch owned by J Craig) (Paisley (Scotland))
    65. TINI
    66. TINTAGEL CASTLE ( 1954 - 1971 cargo liner 495 feet long of Union Castle Line, London) (London)
    67. TINTORETTO (1902-1930 General cargo ship of Lamport & Holt Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    68. TITOV VELES (1962-1981 General cargo ship of Atlantska Plovidba, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia) (Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia)
    69. TITUS
    70. TOKYO EXPRESS
    71. TOLSTA ( 1960 - 1971 General cargo ship 230 feet long of Christian Salvesen, Leith) (Leith)
    72. TOLUENO
    73. TOMCAT (Sailing catamaran) (Glasgow (UK))
    74. TOMOE 5
    75. TOPAZ (In 2017 Inshore fishing boat registered AD10) (Ardrossan (Firth of Clyde, Scotland))
    76. TORMES (1970- Container ship chartered by Ellerman Line)
    77. TORR HEAD (1961-1972 General cargo ship of Ulster Steamship Company / Head Line, Belfast) (Belfast (Northern Ireland, UK))
    78. TORSHOLM
    79. TOSTERO (1957- 1966 Ore carrier 502 feet long of Rederi A/B Regin / Knut Kallstrom, Stockholm) (Stockholm (Sweden))
    80. TOURMALINE (1949-1955 General cargo coaster 165 feet long of William Robertson Shipowners Gem Line, Glasgow : Scrapped 1956) (Glasgow (UK))
    81. TOURMALINE (1962- General cargo coaster 268 feet long 12 knots of William Robertson's Gem Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    82. TOVELIL (1929-1954 General cargo ship 292 feet long of A/S D/S Dania ( Chr. Andresen) Esbjerg, Danmark  : Wrecked 1956)  (Esbjerg (Denmark))
    83. TOWARD LASS (a Clyde puffer of William Burke Company / A. McNeil & Son,, Greenock) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    84. TOWNSVILLE STAR (1957-1980 Refrigerated / general cargo liner 516 feet long of Salient Shipping (Bermuda) Ltd. Hamilton, Bermuda / Blue Star Line, London) (London)
    85. TRADER (Harrison Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    86. TRANSMARS
    87. TRANSVAAL CASTLE (Union Castle) (London (England, UK))
    88. TRAVIATA (Yacht)
    89. TRECARNE (1959-1974 Tramp general cargo ship 477 feet long of Hain Steamship Company/ Hain-Nourse /P & O) (London)
    90. TRECARRELL (1959-1971 Tramp general cargo ship of Hain Steamship Company, London) (London)
    91. TREFUSIS
    92. TREGLISSON (1949-1960 Tramp general cargo ship of Hain Steamship Company : Scrapped in 1966) (London)
    93. TRELISSICK (1949-1963 General cargo tramp ship of Hain Steamship Company, London) (London (England))
    94. TREMA (General cargo ship) (Panama)
    95. TREMEADOW (1957 - 1973 General cargo ship 472 feet long of Hain Steamship Company) (London)
    96. TREMORVAH (1954-1968 Tramp general cargo ship of Hain Steamship Company / Hain Nourse Line)) (London (England, UK))
    97. TRENEGLOS (1964-1974 tramp-cargo ship of New Zealand Shipping Co. / Hain-Nourse Ltd, London : Scrapped 1985) (London)
    98. TRENTBANK (Bank Line) (Glasgow)
    99. TREVALGAN ( 1961 - 1973 General cargo ship 490 feet long of Hain Steamship Company, London) (London)
    100. TREVEAN (1946-1963 General cargo ship of Hain Steamship Company / P & O, London) (London (UK))
    101. TREVETHOE (1944-1959 General cargo ship of Hain Steamship Company / P & O, London : Scrapped 1969) (London (UK))
    102. TREVOSE ( 1958 - 1962 General cargo ship 444 feet long of Hain Shipping Company) (London)
    103. TREWELLARD (1946-1962 General cargo ship of Hain Steamship Company / P & O, London (London (UK))
    104. TREWIDDEN ( General cargo ship of Hain Steamship Company) (London)
    105. TRIA
    106. TRIDENT
    107. TRINCULO (1957-1972 Ore carrier of C. T. Bowring Steamship Company, London) (London (UK))
    108. TRITONICA ( 1956 - 1973 Ore carrier of Canada Steamship Line, Canada) (UK)
    109. TROJAN (General cargo Puffer lighter of J & J Hay, Glasgow) (Glasgow (UK))
    110. TROON LIFEBOAT (Royal National Lifeboat Institution) (Stationed at Troon Harbour, Ayrshire)
    111. TUI CAKAU 111
    112. TUKO (1955-1964 General cargo coaster 49 metres long of Germ Inverness / G Tuil / Wijnne & Barends, Delfzijl, Netherlands (Delfzijl (Netherlands))
    113. TULIPBANK (1952-1979 Steam Petroleum Oil sludge Tank cleaning vessel 164 feet long of Foster Wheeler Process) (Liverpool)
    114. TULIPGLEN (1942- Steam Petroleum sludge ship 164 feet long of British Wheeler Process Ltd., Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    115. TULSE HILL (1950-1966 General cargo ship 441 feet long of Ocean Shipping Service / Counties Ship Management, London) (London)
    116. TURCOMAN (1899-1921 General cargo ship of Dominion Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool (England))
    117. TURK (1932- Steam coaling lighter of J & J Hay, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    118. TURKESTAN (U.S.S.R.)
    119. TURQUOISE (1955-1966 General cargo coaster 171 feet long speed 10 knots of William Robertson's Gem Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    120. TUSCAN (In 1952 General cargo lighter of J & J Hay Ltd, Glasgow) (Glasgow (UK))
    121. TUSCANIA (1922-1939 Passenger / cargo liner of Anchor Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    122. TUSKAR ( 1962 - 1968 General cargo coaster of Clyde Shipping Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    123. TUSKAR (1962-1971 General cargo coaster 56 metres of N.V. Handel & Scheepvaart Maatschappij Pioneer, Owner:Jan Pinkster, Barneveld, Netherlands (Voorthuizen (Netherlands))
    124. TWEE GEBROEDERS (1951-1972 a general cargo coaster 214 feet long of J & H Damfof, Delfzyl, Holland) (Delfzyl (pronounced Delf-zell) Netherlands)
    125. TWEE GEZUSTERS (General cargo coaster 74.3 metres long of J & H Damhof, Delfzijl) (Delfzijl (Netherlands))
    126. TWEED (1946-1959 Royal Mail Lines Ltd., London)  (London (England, UK))
    127. TWO MOTOR BOATS
    128. TYDOL FLYING A
    129. TYNE ORE
    130. TYNWALD (Douglas ( Isle of Man ))
    131. TYRIA (1955-1959 General cargo ship of Anchor Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    132. TYSON LYKES (General cargo ship of Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, USA) (USA)

    U

    1. U-105 ( In 1918 Submarine U-boat of German Kreigsmarine) (German Kreigsmarine)
    2. U-123 (1940-1944 U-boat submarine of German Navy) (Germany)
    3. U-39 (in 1916 Submarine of the German Navy) (German Navy)
    4. U-50 (1916-1917 Submarine of the German Navy) (Germany)
    5. U.S. NAVY LANDING CRAFT No 5 (U.S. Navy)
    6. U.S.N.S. GENERAL MAURICE ROSE (1947-1990 Civilian-manned Transport of the Military Sea Transportation Service of the U.S. Navy, U.S.A.) (U. S. A.)
    7. U.S.S. HARKNESS
    8. U.S.S. KRETCHMER (DE 329) (1955-1974 Edsall-class destroyer escort 306 feet long of U.S.Navy) (U.S.Navy)
    9. U.S.S. MIDWAY (1945-1992 Aircraft carrier CV-41 of United States Navy (U.S.A.)
    10. U.S.S. OKLAHOMA CITY (1944-1979 Cleveland-class light cruiser 610 ft 1 in (185.95 m) of U.S. Navy : Sunk as target 1999) (U.S. Navy)
    11. U.S.S. RHODES (DER 384 of U.S. Navy) (U.S.A.)
    12. U.S.S. SPRINGFIELD (1944-1980 CLG-7 Providence-class Guided Missile Light Cruiser 610 ft 1 in (185.95 m) long of U.S. Navy : Scrapped 1980) (U.S. Navy)
    13. U.S.S. VULCAN (Depot ship) (United States Navy)
    14. U.S.S. WACCAMAW (T-AO-109) (1946-1975 Cimarron class fleet replenishment oiler 553 feet 169 metres long of U.S. Navy (U.S.Navy)
    15. U.S.S. WASP (1943-1973 Anti-submarine Aircraft Carrier CVS-18 of 872 feet long (266m) of U.S. Navy) (U.S. Navy)
    16. U.S.S. WEST POINT (1941-1946 (Formerly United States Line's AMERICA) Troopship 723 ft long of U.S. Navy) (U.S. Navy)
    17. U.S.S. WRIGHT (1947-1970 Saipan-class Light Aircraft Carrier 684 ft (208 m) long pennant number CVL-49 of the United States Navy) (U.S.A.)
    18. U486 (1944-1945 Type V11C U-boat submarine 67 metres, 220 feet long of Kreigsmarine German Navy) (Germany)
    19. UGANDA ((1951- 1986 Passenger (700) / refrigerated cargo liner 517 feet long of British India Steam Navigation Company / P & O, London) (London (England, UK))
    20. ULEFOSS (1949-1965 General cargo ship of Thor Thoresen, H Heyerdahl, Oslo, Norway)  (Oslo (Norway))
    21. ULSTER HERDSMAN (1954- 1963 Coastal general cargo / cattle carrier of Belfast Steamship Company) (Belfast (Northern Ireland))
    22. ULSTER SPINNER (1955-1968 General cargo coaster of Belfast Steam Ship Co. Ltd., Belfast) (Belfast (Northern Ireland, UK))
    23. ULSTER STAR (Blue Star Line) (London)
    24. ULVA (Fishery protection cruiser)
    25. ULYSSES (1949-1971 Cargo liner of Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    26. UMTALI (1936-1957 Passenger / cargo liner 451 feet long of Union Castle Mail Line / Bullard King & Co.'s Natal Direct Line, London)  (London (UK))
    27. UMTATA (1944-1960 Passenger /cargo liner of Bullard King's Natal Direct Line, London) (London (UK))
    28. UNION ENDEAVOUR
    29. UNION PEACE
    30. UNION ROTORTI
    31. UNION ROTORUA
    32. UNITAS (1950-1969 General cargo coaster 45 metres long of Lukas van Bruggen, Groningen / NV Scheepvaartbedrijf "Gruno", Amsterdam (Groningen, Holland)
    33. UNITED STATES (1952-1969 Passenger liner 990 feet long (302 metres) of United States Lines, New York) (New York City (USA))
    34. URANIA
    35. URANUS B (General cargo coaster)
    36. URKERSINGEL ( 1959 - 1962 general cargo coaster 175 feet long of N.V. Transportonderneming "Innega", Rotterdam (Rotterdam )
    37. URSULA BLOCK (1958 - 1969)
    38. URUGUAY (1950- Passenger / cargo liner of Dodero Line (later Empresa Lineas Maritimas Argentinas), Buenos Aires ) (Buenos Aires (Argentina))
    39. URUGUAY STAR (London (England, UK))
    40. USKBRIDGE (General cargo coaster) (Newport (Monmouthshire))
    41. UTRECHT (1965-1968 Salvage tug 143 feet long of Bureau Wijsmuller NV ) (Netherlands)
    42. UTSIRA

    V

    1. VALDES (1955-1968 General cargo ship of Macandrews & Co., London) (London (UK))
    2. VANGUARD (1964-1981 Tug 110 feet long of Steel & Bennie, Glasgow / Cory Towage) (Glasgow)
    3. VASARA (Ore carrier)
    4. VASILIY KACHALOV (1957- General cargo ship 395 feet long of U.S.S.R) (Russia)
    5. VATERLAND (1966-1988 General cargo coaster 64.7 metres of Capt. Heindrich Kottermam) (Hamburg, Germany)
    6. VEHICULAR FERRY NO. 1 (Vehicle ferry of Clyde Navigation Trust, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    7. VEHICULAR FERRY NO. 2 (Vehicle ferry of Clyde Navigation Trust, Glasgow (Glasgow)
    8. VEILTY (Tanker)
    9. VELAZQUEZ (1954-1968 General cargo ship of Macandrews & Co Ltd., London) (London (UK))
    10. VENETIAN (1947 - 1964 General cargo liner 373 feet long of Ellerman & Papayanni Line) (Liverpool)
    11. VENTUROUS (1962-1980 Customs launch of H.M. Customs & Excise) (U.K. Government)
    12. VERONICA (Inshore fishing trawler) (Port Seton (Scotland))
    13. VESLEFJELL ( 1951 - 1962 General cargo ship 312 feet long of Falkefjell A/S Oslo, Norway) (Oslo (Norway))
    14. VESTKIL (1967-1974 General cargo coaster 217 feet / 66 metres long of Vestvik Rederi A/S, John Sandvik, Alesund, Norway)) (Alesund (Norway))
    15. VESTNORGE
    16. VIBEKE (1959-1978 Oil products tanker of H Ditlev Simonsen & Co, Oslo.) (Oslo (Norway))
    17. VIBRAN KAUSTING (General cargo coaster) (Norway)
    18. VIBYHOLM (1951-1969 General cargo ship of A/B Svenska Atlant Linien, Gothenburg) (Gothenburg (Sweden))
    19. VICTORE (1963-1977 Ore carrier 615 feet long of Traditional Traders Shipping Limited / Mavroleon Brothers Ship Management Ltd., London) (London (England, UK))
    20. VICTORIA
    21. VICTORIA 1886- Passenger paddle steamer 222 feet long of Captain Campbell)
    22. VICTORIA CITY (1970-1983 Bulk carrier 173.59 metres long of Sir William Reardon Smith Line) (Bideford, (Devon, England))
    23. VIKING (General cargo coaster) (Rotterdam)
    24. VIKING GRIPFIST (1997- Fish carrier 40 metres long of Johnson Marine) (Norway)
    25. VILSANDI ( 1957 - ? a general cargo ship 230 feet long of USSR Russian merchant fleet) (USSR Russia)
    26. VIRGINIAN (1905-1914 and 1918-1920 Passenger / cargo liner 538 feet triple-screw 17 knots of Allan Line)
    27. VISHVA JYOTI (1961 - 1986 General cargo liner 506 feet long of Shipping Corporation of India, Bombay) (Bombay, India)
    28. VISHVA KIRTI (General cargo vessel of Shipping Corporation of India, Bombay) (Bombay (India))
    29. VITAL SPARK (Temporarily renamed from SAXON) Clyde Puffer hired from Walter Kerr, Millport by BBC Television (Glasgow)
    30. VITTORIOSO (Italian tanker)
    31. VIVAT (1962-1977 General cargo coaster of A L Oosterhuis, Delfzijl, Netherlands) (Delfzijl (Netherlands))
    32. VIVES (1955-1970 General cargo ship of Macandrews & Co. Ltd., London) (London (UK))
    33. VLIELAND (1955-1962 a general cargo coaster 41.9 metres long of Harm Pieter Veling, Klaaskamp )  (Rotterdam (Holland))
    34. VOLENDAM (1922-40 Passenger / cargo liner 575ft 175m long of Holland America Line : 1940-45 Transport / Troop Transport : 1947-51 returned to her owners for passenger service : Scrapped in 1952) (Rotterdam (Netherlands))
    35. VOLHARDING (Dutch coaster of N,V, "Carebeka," Rotterdam) (Zuidbroek, Holland)
    36. VOLKHOVGES
    37. VRYBURGH
    38. VULTURE (1898-1929 Passenger / cargo ship of G & J Burns / Burns & Laird Lines, Glasgow : Wrecked in 1942) (Glasgow (UK))

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    1. W H ORBELL (Dredger)
    2. W M LEONARD
    3. WAIPAWA (1934-1967 Refrigerated / general cargo liner of Shaw, Savill and Albion Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    4. WAIRANGI (Shaw Savill & Albion Line)
    5. WAIWERA ( 1944 - 1967 General cargo liner 541 feet long of Shaw Savill Line, London) (London)
    6. WALDEMAR PETERS
    7. WALSCOT (Sea Scouts motor launch/ cabin cruiser)
    8. WANDERER (1951 - 1970 general cargo liner 448 feet long of T & J Harrison Line, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    9. WANGEROOG (pronounced Van - ger - oo - gi (as in "give") ( 1963 - 1972 coastal oil/products tanker of Carl W Hansen Tankschiffahrt, Hamburg) (Hamburg, Germany)
    10. WANSTEAD (1949-1957 then 1960-1963 then 1964-1965 Cargo ship 476 feet long of Watts Watts Line) (London (England, UK))
    11. WARKWORTH (1962 - 1970 cargo ship of R S Dalgleish Company, Newcastle) (Newcastle)
    12. WARLIGHT (1919- Clyde puffer of Light Shipping / Ross & Marshall, Greenock) (Greenock)
    13. WARLIGHT (1966-1972 Motor coaster 87 feet long of Ross & Marshall, Greenock) (Greenock (Scotland, UK))
    14. WAROONGA (1956-1968 Cargo ship of British India Line, London) (London)
    15. WARRIOR (1935-1968 Tug 107 feet long of Steel & Bennie, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    16. WARRIOR (1970-1973 Tug 125 feet long of Steel & Bennie, Glasgow) (Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.))
    17. WARRIOR ( 1970-1973 Coastal and harbour tug of Steel & Bennie, Greenock/ Rea Tugs/ Cory towage) (Glasgow)
    18. WARSZAWA (1951- General cargo ship 405 feet long of the Polish Government / Polish Ocean Lines) (Gdynia (Poland))
    19. WARWICK CASTLE (1946-1962 Passenger / cargo liner of Union Castle Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    20. WARWICKSHIRE (1948-1965 Passenger / cargo liner 152 metres long of Bibby Line) (Liverpool)
    21. WAVE BARON ( 1946 - 1969 Replenishment Tanker 491 feet long of Royal Fleet Auxilliary, London) (Admiralty, London)
    22. WAVE PRINCE ( 1947 - 1971 Fleet Auxiliary tanker 494 feet long Pennant A207 of Royal Fleet Auxiliary, London) (London)
    23. WAVERLEY (1947 - 1975 Excursion paddle steamer 240 feet long of Caledonian Steam Packet Company, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    24. WAYFARER (1951 - 1971 General cargo liner 460 feet long of T & J Harrison, Liverpool) (Liverpool)
    25. WEATHER MONITOR (1961-1967 Ocean Weather ship of Air Ministry, London) (London (UK))
    26. WEATHER REPORTER (1958-1977 Weather ship of Air Ministry, London) (London (UK))
    27. WEIDONBOSSTEL (General cargo coaster)
    28. WEIMAR (In 1927 cargo / passenger ship of Currie Line)
    29. WELLPARK (1946-1968 General cargo ship 432 feet long 10.5 knots of Denholm Line, Glasgow) (Glasgow)
    30. WELSH CITY
    31. WELSH HERALD (1963-1976 Ore / Bulk carrier of Gibbs & Co, Cardiff / Welsh Ore Carriers Ltd, Cardiff : Scrapped in 1993) (Cardiff (Wales, U.K.))
    32. WELSHMAN (1958-1963 Ocean-going Tug 194 feet long of United Towing Company, Hull, scrapped 1985) (Hull (England))
    33. WERRA
    34. WERRATAL (1952 -1968 General cargo ship 105m long in 1953) (Hamburg (Germany))
    35. WESER ORE (1959- 1976 Ore carrier of Navios Corporation, New York, USA. Flag: Liberian.: Scrapped in 1993) (Liberia)
    36. WEST DAORI
    37. WEST HILL (1950-1957 Tramp cargo ship of Counties Ship Management Co. Ltd., London) (London (England, UK))
    38. WESTBURY (1960-1970 General cargo ship of Alexander Shipping Company / Houlder Brothers - managers) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    39. WESTERINGHOME (Inshore fishing boat)
    40. WESTERN HOPE
    41. WESTFIELD (1952-1956 General cargo coaster) (Liverpool (England))
    42. WESTPORT
    43. WHITE RIVER (General cargo liner 546 feet long)
    44. WHITEHAVEN (1957-1964 General cargo coaster 56 metres long for Whitehaven Shipping & Trading, Uk) (Newcastle (England))
    45. WICKENBURGH (1947-1963 General cargo ship of Muller's, London) (London)
    46. WIGEON (Admiralty, London)
    47. WILA
    48. WILHELMINE SCHAA
    49. WILLE (1947-1960 General cargo ship of Finnlines, Helsingfors) (Finland)
    50. WILLEM BARENDSZ (1961-1980 Salvage tug of Wijsmuller BV, Ijmuiden ) (Netherlands)
    51. WILLEM RUYS (Rotterdam LLoyd)
    52. WILLESDEN ( General cargo ship 465 feet long of Watts, Watts Company, London) (London)
    53. WILLIAM J EVERARD (1963-1982 General cargo coaster 244 feet long of F.T. Everard Line, London) (London)
    54. WILLIAM MOULTRIE (1942-1970 General cargo "Liberty" ship : Scrapped 1970) (U.S.A.)
    55. WILTRADER (1959-1969 General cargo ship of Anders Wilhelmsen, Oslo) (Oslo (Norway))
    56. WILTSHIRE
    57. WINCHESTER CASTLE (1930-1960 Passenger / cargo liner of Union Castle Line, London) (London (England, UK))
    58. WIND STAR (1986- A sleek 4-masted sailing yacht of Windstar Cruises) (Bahamas)
    59. WINDHUK (1936-1939 Passenger liner of Deutsche Ost-Afrika Linie : 1939-1942 Interned at Santos :1943-1948 U.S. Troop Transport :1948-1957 Decommissioned to U.S. Pacific Reserve Fleet : 1966 Scrapped) (Bremen (Germany))
    60. WINDSOR CASTLE (1960-1977 Passenger / cargo liner of Union Castle Mail Steam Ship Company, London) (London (England, UK))
    61. WINTER HILL
    62. WISCONSIN (1870-1893 Passenger / cargo steamship 366 feet long of Guion Line)
    63. WITTE ZEE (Tug)
    64. WODAN (Amsterdam)
    65. WOLFGANG VOGELSANG (1961- 1964 general cargo coaster 236 feet long of Vogelsang & Schonfeld, Hamburg) (Hamburg, Germany)
    66. WOODARRA (1957-1968 Cargo liner of British India Steam Navigation, London) (London (England, UK))
    67. WOODLARK (1956 - 1969 coaster of General Steam Navigation Company, London) (London)
    68. WOOLWICH (1955-1962 General cargo ship of Britain S S Co / Watts Watts, London) (London)
    69. WORCESTERSHIRE (1931-39 Passenger/cargo ship of Bibby Line, Liverpool : 1939 Armed Merchant Cruiser HMS Worcestershire, 1943-47 troopship, 1949 returned to owners, 1961 scrapped.) (Liverpool (England))
    70. WORCESTERSHIRE (1949-1961 Passenger / cargo liner of Bibby Line, Ltd., Liverpool) (Liverpool (England, UK))
    71. WORLD GALLANTRY
    72. WORLD KATON
    73. WRESTLER (1957-1979 tug 114 feet long of Steel & Bennie, Greenock / Cory Towage)) (Glasgow)
    74. WRESTLER (1915-1954 Harbour tug 107 feet long of Steel & Bennie, Glasgow; Scrapped 1964) (Glasgow (UK))

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