Allanshaw (ship) The Allanshaw was a 1,589 ton, iron sailing ship with a length of 80.1 m, breadth of 12.3 m and depth of 7.0 m.
America class steamship The America Class was the replacement for the Britannia Class, the Cunard Line's initial fleet of wooden paddlers.
Arno (ship) The Arno, was a 1,825 ton, iron sailing ship with a length of, breadth of and depth of.
Avon (ship) The Avon, formerly known as Dunolly, was a 1,572 ton, iron sailing ship with a length of 255.6 feet, breadth of 37.6 feet and depth of 22.6 feet.
Bayard (ship) The Bayard was a three masted, 67 metre long, 1,028 ton, sailing ship built by T. Vernon and Son, Liverpool for the Hall Line in 1864.
Berar (ship) The Berar, named after a region in western India, was a sailing ship of 902 tons, owned by Tyser & Haviside and was built in 1863 by William Pile at Sunderland.
Blue Jacket (clipper) The Blue Jacket was an 1854 extreme clipper in the Liverpool and Australia trades, named after the blue jackets, a traditional name for sailors in the US and British navies.
Boyne (ship) The Boyne was a 1,403 ton, Nourse Line sailing ship built by T.R. Oswald of Southampton in 1877.
Britannia class steamship The Britannia Class was the Cunard Line's initial fleet of wooden paddlers that established the first year round scheduled Atlantic steamship service in 1840.
British Peer (ship) The British Peer was a 1428-ton, long, wide and deep, three-masted iron sailing ship, built at the Harland and Wolff yards in Belfast, Ireland, in 1865 for the British Shipowners Company.
Bruce (ship) The Bruce was a 1,200 ton sailing ship, built in 1866 by Aitken Mansell of Glasgow.
Champion of the Seas (clipper) Champion of the Seas was the second large clipper ship destined for the Liverpool, England - Melbourne, Australia passenger service.
Charlotte-Jane The Charlotte Jane was one of the First Four Ships in 1850 to carry emigrants from England to the new colony of Canterbury in New Zealand.
Clyde (ship) The Clyde was a 1,840-ton, iron sailing ship with a length of, breadth of and depth of.
Danube (ship) The Danube, a 1,459 ton sailing ship named after the second longest river in Europe, was built in 1890 for the Nourse Line.
Elbe (ship) The Elbe, was a 1,693 ton, three-masted, iron sailing ship with a length of 257 feet, breadth of 38.2 feet and depth of 23.1 feet.
Ems (ship) The Ems was a 1,829 ton, iron sailing ship with a length of, breadth of and depth of.
Erne (ship) The Erne, was a 1,692 ton, iron sailing ship with a length of, breadth of and depth of.
Flying Cloud (clipper) The Flying Cloud was a clipper ship that set the world's sailing record for the fastest passage between New York and San Francisco, 89 days 8 hours.
Ganges I (ship) Ganges I was the first of a number of Nourse Line ships named for the river in northern India regarded as holy by the Hindus.
Hereford (ship) The Hereford was a 1456 ton iron sailing ship with two decks and one cemented bulkhead which was built in 1869 by J. Elder & Company at Glasgow for the Merchant Shipping Company of London.
HMS Himalaya (1854) HMS Himalaya was ordered by the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company as SS Himalaya.
Howrah (ship) The Howrah was an iron hulled sailing ship of 1,098 tons, built at Sunderland in 1864 by Pile, Spence and Company.
James Baines (clipper) The James Baines was a passenger clipper ship completely constructed of timber in the 1850s and launched on 25 July 1854 from the East Boston shipyard of the famous ship builder Donald McKay...
Jumna (ship) The Jumna, named after a tributary of the Ganges in northern India, was a 1,048 ton, iron sailing ship built for the Nourse Line, William Pile of Sunderland in 1867.
Leonidas (ship) The Leonidas (Named after king Leonidas I of Sparta) was a labour transport ship (schooner) that played an important role in the history of Fiji.
Lightning (clipper) Lightning was a clipper ship, one of the last really large clippers to be built in the USA. She was built by Donald McKay for James Baines of the Black Ball Line, Liverpool, for the Austral...
Main (ship) The Main was a 1691 ton, iron sailing ship built by Russel & Company for the Nourse Line and launched in August 1884.
Marco Polo (ship) Marco Polo was a 3-masted wooden clipper ship, launched in 1851 at Saint John, New Brunswick.
Mersey (1894 ship) The Mersey, was a 1,829 ton, iron sailing ship with a length of 270.7 feet, breadth of 39 feet and depth of 22.5 feet.
Mimosa (ship) The Mimosa was a clipper ship best known for carrying the first Welsh emigrants to South America in 1865.
Moy (ship) The Moy was a 1,697 ton, iron sailing ship with a length of, breadth of and depth of.
Nourse Line The Nourse Line was a shipping company formed by Captain James Nourse in 1861.
Pericles (ship) The Pericles, named after the Athenian leader Pericles, was a 1,598 ton, iron hulled, three masted sailing ship, that was built by W. Hood & Co of Aberdeen, and launched in July 1877 to transpor...
Poonah (ship) The Poonah, named after the city of Poonah in western India, was a three masted sailing ship of 1199 tons, owned by Tyser & Haviside and was built in 1867 by William Pile at Sunderland.
Red Jacket (clipper) Red Jacket was a famous clipper ship, one of the largest and fastest ever built.
SS Celtic (1872) SS Celtic was a steamship built for the White Star Line by shipbuilders Harland and Wolff of Belfast.
SS Chenab The S.S. Chenab was a 3,393-ton steamship built for the Nourse Line in 1911 by Cammell Laird & Company Limited, Birkenhead.
SS City of Berlin City of Berlin was a British passenger liner that won the Blue Riband for the Inman Line in 1875 as the fastest liner on the Atlantic.
SS City of Brussels City of Brussels was a British passenger liner that set the record for the fastest Atlantic eastbound voyage in 1869, becoming the first record breaker driven by a screw.
SS City of Paris (1866) City of Paris was a British passenger liner operated by the Inman Line that established that a ship driven by a screw could match the speed of the paddlers on the Atlantic crossing.
SS City of Rome City of Rome was a British passenger liner of the Inman Line that was designed to be the largest and fastest liner on the Atlantic.
SS Fazilka SS Fazilka was a steamship with a length of, breadth of and draught of.
SS Fultala The S.S. Fultalaa was a 4,155-ton steamship built for the British-India Steam Navigation Company in 1890.
SS Great Eastern SS Great Eastern was an iron sailing steam ship designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, and built by J. Scott Russell & Co. at Millwall on the River Thames, London.
SS Mutlah The S.S. Mutlah was a 3,393-ton steamship built for the Nourse Line in about 1906 by Charles Connell & Company Limited, Glasgow.
SS Naronic SS Naronic was a steamship built by Harland and Wolff in Belfast for the White Star Line.
SS Newnham Newnham was the first steamship to bring Indian indentured labourers to Fiji, arriving at Suva on 23 July 1884 carrying 575 passengers.
SS President SS President was a British passenger liner that was the largest ship in the world when she was commissioned in 1840, and the first steamship to founder on the transatlantic run when she was ...
SS Ravenscrag The SS Ravenscrag (in some records spelled Ravenscraig) was a British barque, historically most famous for bringing Portuguese immigrants Joao Fernandes, Augusto Dias, Jose do Espi...
SS Sangola The SS Sangola was a merchant ship of 5149 gross tons launched in 1901.
SS Santhia The S.S. Santhia was a 5,151-ton steamship built for the British-India Steam Navigation Company in 1901 by William Denny & Brothers, Dumbarton and used as a passenger cargo vessel.
SS Servia SS Servia was a 2-funnel ocean liner built by John Brown and Company, Clydebank, Scotland, for the Cunard Line.
SS Sutlej The S.S. Sutlej was a 3,549 ton steamship built for the Nourse Line in about 1907 by Charles Connell & Company Limited, Glasgow.
SS Vadala The SS Vadala was a 3,334-ton steamship with a length of, breadth of, and draught of.