Glasgow And Ships Of The Clyde

Ship: CESSNOCK (1955-1974 Steam bucket dredger 196 feet long owned by Trustees of the Clyde Navigation / Clyde Port Authority )

Port of Registry: Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.)
Net Tonnage: 286
Reg Tonnage: -
Gross Tonnage: 723
Deadweight Tonnage: -

CESSNOCK was a steam bucket dredger, with machinery aft, for river and estuary services and owned and operated by the Trustees of the Clyde Navigation, Robertson Street, Glasgow.

CESSNOCK was built in June 1955 at the Paisley yard of Fleming & Ferguson Limited and was classed A1 at LLoyds, and was a 1-deck vessel, overall length 196' 5" and maximum breadth 41' 1" and draught 9' 6 1/2"

Her machinery was Turbine 3-cylinder, 14" 23" & 38 1/2" X 24" and boilers 2 SB 200lb and built by her builders Fleming & Ferguson