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  1. Iron clipper

    Iron clipper

    Speed is something relative, once the mail coach and the clipper ships were truly fast - but of course that was relative to the competition. I've read that 18 knots was the maximum, even though some Americans claimed 25 for their ships.
  2. Loch Etive

    Loch Etive

  3. LOCH ETIVE

    LOCH ETIVE

    Owner Anglo Irish Transport John Rainey of Larne Leaving Preston for Derry in 1963 with containers Shrove man Captain John McCann in command. The company and run were taken over by Coast Lines in 1964
  4. Loch Etive

    Loch Etive

    Loch Etive, 1877, 1235t. Former second mate onboard Joseph Conrad penned the following words about her: ''She was built for hard driving, and undoubtedly she received all the hard driving she could stand.'' She was sold French in 1911, Lubbock does not inform us what happened to her after that. Pain
  5. Loch Etive

    Loch Etive

    Loch Etive, 1877, 1235t. Former second mate Joseph Conrad penned the following words about her: "She was built for hard driving, and undoubtedly she received all the hard driving she could stand" She was sold French in 1911, Lubbock does not inform us what happened to her after that.
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