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Name: SAINT ASAPH
Type: Cargo Ship
Launched: 28/11/1883
Completed: 12/1883
Builder: Campbell, MacIntosh & Bowstead
Yard: Scotswood
Yard Number: 13
Dimensions: 1960grt, 1284nrt, 280.0 x 35.3 x 24.2ft
Engines: CI2cyl (32 & 62 x 42ins), 162nhp
Engines by: Hawks, Crawshay & Sons, Gateshead
Propulsion: 1 x Screw
Construction: Iron
Reg Number: 87364
History:
12/1883 W Briggs & Son, Sunderland
1884 Angier Brothers, London
1887 Angier Line Ltd (Angier Brothers), London
03/02/1894 Missing
Comments: Ordered by Rochester, Walton & Co but sold before delivery
03/02/1894: Sailed from Moji for Hong Kong with a cargo of coal
Subsequently reported missing, believed to have sunk after a collision.


The Marine Engineer, January 1884