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|callen on Nov 09, 2005 17:47 (11 years ago)|
I visited this vessel on 3-11-05. The superstructure has been replaced and she currently lacks a funnel. The boiler has been cut up. There is a large space in front of the intact engine room and it is intended to glass this in as a "feature". I took several photographs (film not digital) and they have not come out of the soup yet.
I think this is a case of watch this space.
|Kent Malo on May 15, 2005 01:36 (11 years ago)|
|I read that ocean Mist was to undergo a 500,000 pound refit, I now see that its not going to happen.|
|Frederic Logghe on May 14, 2005 11:45 (11 years ago)|
The steamer, 'Ocean Mist' was built in 1919 by George Brown & Co, Greenock. It was originally named 'Samuel Green' and was built for the Navy, but the 1st World War was over by the time it was completed, so it was sold as a yacht.
|Paul Strathdee on May 12, 2005 13:48 (11 years ago)|
Yard No: 115
Shipbuilder: George Brown & Company Greenock
Launched: Wednesday, April 30, 1919
Ship Type: Naval Trawler
Ship's Role: Restaurant on Water Of Leith
Owner: Royal Navy
Sadly demolition took place in February.
|Paul Strathdee on May 12, 2005 06:57 (11 years ago)|
She was the OCEAN MIST which I think was Clyde built but can/t remember her original name.
She latterly became a restaurant in the revamped Leith area in Edinburgh but I now believe recently she has or is about to be broken up.
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