S L Luna

Status: Steaming

Owner: Alec Collyer

Area: UK-South West


New as "UNA of Shaldon" fitted with 5A and Clarkson WTB by Ken Slater in 1981. Then "LUNA" with Barry Hughes, Northam, N. Devon. 1992 to Robin Macgregor, fresh steam plant in 1993, renamed again "S L LUNA", laid up 1997-98. Oct 1998 to Bill Findlay , Thames. Then via Derek and Janet Mills to Alec Collyer MBE (Present owner) in 2000 ?? busy still steaming !!


S.L. James Watt

Status: Active use

Owner: Rod and Shirl Martin

Area: Australia



S.L.Aurelia

Status: Steaming

Owner: Andy Hopper

Area: UK-Thames


Aurelia is a new boat launched in 2014, after three years work, all the work was done by the owner, using the GRP Affordable Steam boat Hull.


S.L.BELLE

Status: Steaming

Owner: Adam Smith

Area: Australia



S.N.D. No.4

Owner: National Waterways Museum

Area: UK


New to Sharpness New Docks & Gloucester & Berkeley Nav. Co., 1948 transferred to B.W.B. renamed No.4 Dredger c1960. Retired 1981, 1987 restored to full working order, name reverted to original. Now on public display at the National Waterways Museum, Gloucester Docks.


Sabrina

Status: National Historic Fleet

Area: UK-South West


Built for the Gloucester and Berkeley Canal Company to serve as the Directors' and Engineer's Inspection Launch. Sold in 1942 and used on the River Servern, with the engine removed in 1949 and subsequently replaced with motor. Made passage in the summer of 1954 via the English Channel to the River Thames, and used as a houseboat on the Grand Union Canal 1954-75. Put back in steam 1975-8. Based on the River Thames 1975 - 2019. Returned to the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal in May 2019. Engine was built and used for demonstration and instruction at Loughborough Technical College, running on compressed air, before acquisition and installation onboard.


Safanny

Owner: B. Abram

Area: UK-North


Design commissioned by the BOATMAN magazine under the name “Fanny the Fantail Launch”, magazine closed before first could be built. Built to owners requirements and steam plant from ALYS II installed.


Sally Marie

Owner: J.G. Lauder

Area: UK-Thames


Aiming for March 2006 launch.


Salome

Owner: H. Orr-Ewing

Area: UK-South West


Built as motor launch for S. P. Ora, Cambridge. Hull restored and plant fitted by A. J. Mothersele 1970. J. Maltby, Ullswater 1982 -1988. Wolf Zeuner 1988-1996. Acquired by Nigel Guild Sept 1996. Aquired by Hamish Orr-Ewing of Bristol, Sept 2006


Sam.S

Owner: C.; H. Scanlan; Mothersole

Area: UK


Moulded from same plug as WEE KATE but never fitted out. Bare hull acquired 1998 and fitted out and counter added by Chris Scanlan. Steam plant ex PUFF PUNT, acquired Hugh Mothersole 1992 and fitted 1999. First steamed 1999.


San Joaquin

Owner: A. Amerian

Area: USA


New launch, fitted out and steam plant fitted by owner. First steamed 1985.


San Toy

Owner: B.W. Smith

Area: UK-Thames


Built as steam day launch with aft cabin 1901. Owned by Marie Tempest and named after her stage show "San Toy". Converted to Petrol/Paraffin motor 1911 when owned Mr Chapman, Nottingham, later fitted with replacement fore and aft cabins and a centre cockpit. Owned by Major Rissock in 1960’s who fitted a Ford petrol engine. Acquired by owner in 1972. Major restoration involving re-ribbing hull, fitting a new aft saloon, and new steam plant; installed all by owner. First steamed 1978. Ref: Funnel 20, steamed every year since. Previously fitted with Merryweather ‘B’ size 1978-1989.


Sandpiper

Status: Superseded

Area: UK


Built as electric canoe for Hobbs & Sons, Henley, sunk on Thames at Preston Crowmarsh during 1950’s, restored and plant fitted by John Emmett 1981. First steamed 31 May 1982 at SBA Thames cruise. Then to Clive Gulliver 1984. Acquired 1995 by Ian Cross. Completely rebuilt and new steam plant fitted. Used on River Trent and Trent & Mersey Canal.


Sanna

Owner: O. Edvardsson

Area: Sweden



Sans~Son

Status: Active use

Owner: Mark Leadeham

Area: UK-Chiltern


Built and owned by John Gibbs from 2009 until 2017. Sold to Mark Leadeham


Santa Cruz II

Owner: B. Leutza

Area: USA



Sara May

Owner: B. Fisher

Area: UK


New launch, entirely built and fitted out by owner to his own designs. First steamed Sept 1996. Ref: Model Engineer No.4052, 10th Oct 1997.


Sarah Jane

Status: Steaming

Owner: G. & M. Towle

Area: UK-Solent


Built to design of WIDE-A-WAKE. for Noel Anderson of Chester. Built May 1978. Laid up late 1988 - 2004). Aquired 2004. Gas fired boiler removed also Taylor twin, and new boiler and Taylor single made by owner fitted.


SARINA

Status: Future Museum Exhibit - Retired

Owner: Écomusée de la Pêche et du Lac, Thonon-Les-Bain

Area: France


Steamed mainly on Lake Geneva .


Saumarez V

Owner: M. Davies

Website: http://mysite.wanadoo-members.co.uk/steamboat

Area: UK-South West


Bare hull completely fitted out and plant installed by first owner Sam Wilkinson. First steamed at SBA Thames Cruise Aug 1973. 1973-82 fitted with V centre drum WTB and 1982-96 a 2 drum WTB. Bought by Bill Findlay 1996 completely re-fitted and steamed on the Basingstoke canal. Acquired July 2000 by present owner and is now steaming on the river Tamar, Cornwall. . Ref: Funnel 10 and 11, and Classic Boat March 1991.


Säntis

Owner: B. Tinner

Area: Switzerland


New hull fitted out and steam plat installed by M. Blickenstorfer & B. Tinner. First steamed Oct. 2001, Lake Thun, Switzerland. Canopy fitted spring 2002.


Scathtan

Owner: John & Valerie Laverick

Area: UK-South West


Designed and built by Walter Simmons of Fowey, Cornwall for estuary use and light enough for trailing. First steamed May 1990. Runner up in the 1990 Classic Boat Amateur Boat Building Competition, National Maritime Museum Greenwich London. [See 'Classic Boat' March 1991 edition]. Acquired by present owners in March 1992 and attended the Bristol Harbour Festival in that year. Has cruised on the River Tamar, River Avon, River Thames, Kennet & Avon Canal, Grand Western Canal, Somerset Coal Canal, Montgomery Canal, Gloucester & Sharpness Ship Canal, Stroudwater Navigation and Wilts & Berks Canal. Due to other commitments SCATHTAN has not steamed every season and was laid up in a dry boatshed between 1994-1998, 2000, 2004-2006, 2010-2013.


Scottish



Scylla of Messina

Owner: L. Comtesse

Area: Switzerland



Sea Grape

Owner: D.G. Post

Area: USA


Possibly the smallest person-carrying steamboat in the world. Engine and boiler mounted on removable base.


Sea Otter

Status: Active use

Owner: J. Dines Sheri Dines

Area: UK-East Anglia


Built 2008 On purchase by present owner entire steam plant including tanks etc. stripped out. Engine dismantled and rebuilt including re ground crankshaft all new bearings inc. crosshead slippers, bed, columns and cylinder block correctly aligned, new valve gear and valves. SS make up tanks and keel condenser fitted. belt driver air pump, ditto feed pump. Hot well enabling Automatic feed control and oil separation. feed heater. Southworth Steam feed pump. 12 volt electric fan trunked into funnel base if required for steam raising in addition to natural draft.


Seaward Soothsayer

Status: Under Construction

Owner: Adam Clark

Area: USA West Coast


Was an early gasoline engine driven launch , hull restored in 1995 by second owner ( who bought it from the original owners family . Purchased in 2018 and started conversion to steam, upgrading and maintenance in progress.


Seawork Solidarity

Owner: Seawork Ltd.

Area: UK


Acquired late 1989 from Gdansk, Poland, hence name. Previous owners unknown. In full commercial service.


Senta

Status: Steaming

Owner: Roger Calvert

Website: http://www.rogercalvert.me.uk

Area: UK-North


Hull adapted and plant fitted by Dr. Geoffrey Calvert in 1976. First steamed at the SBA Thames cruise, Radcot, August 1976. Steamed each year (except 1987) since. Multitudinous modifications by the owner over the years, most of which turned out to be improvements.


Senta

Status: Dismantled

Owner: Chris Vickers

Area: Australia



Serena

Status: No longer a Steamer - Converted to Electric

Owner: W.A. Selby

Area: UK-Solent


Former yacht’s tender hull, acquired May 1979, restored and plant fitted by owners 1982-3. First steamed 1983 with Merryweather No.9596. Laid up 1989-1992. Formerly fitted with Stuart Turner ‘S’ type No. 61.


Serenity

Owner: K.J.B. Butcher

Area: UK-East Anglia


Second hand bare hull acquired 1990, entirely fitted out and steam plant installed by owner, First steamed August 1995. Approx miles steamed, 1996 - 300; 1997 - 250. Steamed each year since. Owner designed & fitted stainless steel propeller in 2002.


Shamrock

Status: Steaming

Owner: The Shamrock Trust

Website: https://www.shamrocktrustuk.org/

Area: UK-North


Built by Shepherds of Bowness 1906. Originally fitted with a Sisson Triple. Owned by W. Birtwistle until 1929, C. Ashley 1930-4. Converted to motor 1948, used by Bowness Bay Boating Co. for tripping. Acquired, derelict Nov 1976, restored and new plant fitted by Roger Mallinson 1978-9. Engine built in 2001 by Roger Mallinson. The boiler came from the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway River Irt, and was shortened and converted to side firing. After Shamrock was badly damaged in the floods of 2009, The Shamrock Trust was formed to raise funds for repairs. She was again damaged in the floods of 2015, and repaired under insurance. Shamrock is a member of the National Historic Fleet, certificate no 65. She is formally owned by the Trust, but continues to operate under the management of Roger Mallinson.


Shandon

Owner: James Carstairs

Area: UK-Scotland


New to Captain Muntz, Isle of Skye, found derelict and restored and steam plant fitted by PJ Shaw. First steamed 15 March 1992. Ref: Funnel 75.


Shieldhall

Owner: Solent Steam Packet Ltd.

Website: http://www.ss-shieldhall.co.uk/

Area: UK


Built for Glasgow Corporation sludge disposal work, registered ON 185030, 1977 to Southern Water Authority, Southampton, retired 1985. Acquired July 1988 for preservation at ‘Ocean Village’ Southampton. Open to public daily, regular summer sailings, available for charter, meetings etc, contact Mike King 02380 230405. Membership Secretary, Mrs. Jill Tulip 02380 899354.


Shiraz

Owner: John Jeffs

Area: UK-East Anglia


New launch built to the requirements of the initial owner, Dr Ivor Slee 1985 Hull fitted out by builders Steam & Electric Launch Co. Wroxham, Norfolk. Machinery installed by Alex Ritchie, Wrabness. First steamed May 1986. Cruised extensively River Thames and Lake Geneva, Switzerland. Ownership transferred in June 2005 to Martyn Hennings in Cornwall . Steamed and located on the Helford River, Falmouth, Cornwall. Ownership transferred to John Jeffs April 2015 to new location Norfolk/Suffolk border and Norfolk Broads.


Sidney

Owner: T. Pavitt

Area: UK-South East


Hull built to owner’s requirements. First steamed March 1994 and once per month during fitting out. Based on Trent & Mersey Canal. From May 1995 used as mobile catering in local Country Park, and chartered for trips. Engine formerly in GRACE UNDER PRESSURE. She is now berthed at Frouds Bridge Marina, on the Kennet and Avon Canal. She has not been in use since 1997.


Silja

Owner: Elektricitet-, och ångbåtssällskapet

Area: Sweden



Silkie

Status: Sold

Owner: G.F. Jorgensen

Area: UK-Scotland


Built for first owner, Colin Speers as ‘ALIWAL’and sailed on the River Thames. Acquired by John R. Froud and David S. Williams of Bradford on Avon1991. Acquired by present owner in June 2000 and sailed all years since. Original Newton Coil boiler failed inspection 2002 and was replaced. Sold to Netherlands in 2018 and renamed Silvijn


Silkie

Status: Steaming

Owner: Mark Aaij

Area: Netherlands


Acquired 1994, completely fitted out and steam plant installed by owner Richard Mitchell 1994-5. Originally known as JASTELLE. First steamed 1995, steamed each year since. One of two from Aladdin’s Cave on the Hamble. Acquired 2006 by Victor Ware and renamed CAROL ANN. Acquired 2008 by Gudmund Jorgensen and renamed “SILKIE 2” Steamed each year, mainly on Loch Katrine, but also on Loch Ard and Loch Lomond in Scotland. Visited Coniston in England, Stavanger in Norway and Silkeborg in Denmark. Sold 2018 to Holland


Silver Rose

Owner: C.P. Luxmoore

Area: UK-South West


Plant fitted by first owner, Roger Datsun, 1982-4. First steamed August 1984. Acquired 1992 by Don Merrett, later sold to Roy Spikings and Richard Foster. Jan 1999 acquired by owner.


Simba

Status: Superseded

Owner: J.M.; N. Carter; Donnelly

Area: UK-West London


New boat entirely built & plant fitted by owner and Bob McMillan. Steam plant from AURORA.


Simba

Status: Active use

Owner: Richard Metcalf

Area: UK-North West


Hull not finished by John Carter. Purchased and fitted with engine from Aurora. Engine replaced with 6A Simba sold to Richard Metcalf in 2019


Sioux II

Owner: J. Puddy

Area: UK


Built new for E.A. Andrea-Jones, Parkstone. First steamed August 1977. Then Mr Lloyd, Poole and later in 1977, the Sioux Syndicate of Old Lymington. Acquired 1985 G StJohn, Cheltenham, then Ian Finlator, Temple Guiting in 1986. Laid up disused until February 2004 then acquired by John Puddy, Woolavington.


Sir Hiss

Owner: X. Maher

Area: Ireland



Sir Walter Scott

Status: Steaming

Owner: The Steamship Sir Walter Scott Trust

Website: http://www.lochkatrine.com

Area: UK-Scotland


Originally built for The Loch Katrine Steamboat Co. Ltd. Launched 31st Oct. 1899. (Ref. ‘Ships Monthly’, Aug 1979). Hull plans in Denny Collection at National Maritime Museum. Following the sea-trials, the ship was returned to Denny's yard and split into three sections, loaded on to barges, floated up the River Leven into Loch Lomond where it was towed to Inversnaid. The parts were then loaded on to carriages and pulled by Clydesdale horses up the 350 foot climb and over to Stronachlachar where she was re-assembled. The steamship went into service at the end of March 1900. In April 2005 A trust was formed and headed by Sir William McAlpine in order to take over the ownership of the ship. Scottish Water, who took over from Strathclyde Regional Council, had been told to divest themselves of any non-water provision activities. The Trust set up a subsidiary company, The Steamship Sir Walter Scott Ltd. which operates the business in order to preserve the ship.


Sirius

Status: Active use

Owner: john wilson

Area: UK-Cambridgeshire



Sirius 6

Owner: Mike Raahauge

Area: UK-Wales


Built and fitted out by first owner John Emmett, at first with a Clarkson compound and WTB. 1980 re-fitted with a Stuart Turner No. 1 single and monotube boiler. 1983 acquired by Sandy Skinner and later Roger Prior and c1997 by present owner who plans to fit machinery from ROZEL during 2000.


Skylark

Owner: J.L. White

Area: UK-Wales


New launch built and fitted out by owner, first steamed June 1990. Laid up c1995. Engine in owner’s DAISY 1982-90.


SL Iona

Status: Nearing Completion - Not yet completed build

Owner: Stephen S. Weaver

Area: USA



Sloth

Status: Dismantled - Awaiting refit

Owner: David Gurney

Area: Canada



SMOKE 'N' MIRRORS

Status: Restoration - Undergoing restoration

Owner: john douse

Area: UK-Thames



SMOKING

Status: Active use

Owner: Joh.P. de Koning

Area: Netherlands



Smut

Status: Active use

Owner: Chris Rolph

Area: UK-East Anglia


Formerley known as PRICILLA (#471)


Snipe

Status: Active use

Owner: John Emmett

Area: UK-West London


Developed from Sirius 6.


Sonor

Owner: P.J. Devrell

Area: UK


Former motor dinghy hull acquired Feb 1974, plant installed by owner and first steamed 22 Dec 1974. Steamed each year since. 1974 - 82 fitted with 1963 built VFT boiler.


Souvenir D'Antan

Owner: Susan Hart

Area: UK-North West


Built for Burgoine’s own fleet, named ATALANTA, used for coaching and tripping; later renamed HAMPTON. Acquired by D. Kyle during 1930’s, used extensively on lower River Thames. Converted to motor drive 1950’s. Restored to steam 1980 with original engine. (During 1970’s engine in TUBBY CAT) Acquired by Knight family August 1988 and used on River Medway. Acquired by Ronnie Hart in 2004 and transferred to Lake Windermere.


Spirit of the Tay

Owner: The Loch Tay Steam Packet Company

Website: http://www.lochtaysteamheritage.co.uk

Area: UK-Scotland


Under construction.


Spitfire

Owner: A. Berry

Area: UK-Solent


1978 built by Glyn Lancaster Jones, named MORVEN with Stuart-Turner 5A and Illingworth type WT boiler 1980 bare hull aquired by Frank Williamson, renamed WILLBEE, different 5A and Stanley type VFT boiler fitted 1983 second 5A fitted coupled to first to make HP twin 1989 Historic Steam 2-drum WT boiler fitted (125 psi, paraffin) 2000 aquired by Andrew Berry, renamed SPITFIRE, Anthony Bever compound & Precision Steam Blackstaffe type boiler fitted (1989, No.109, 1A size, 125 psi, 125lbs/hr, coal) from JENNY WREN 2003 hull extended from 20' to 24' - hull sawn in half and 4' section let in. 2004 Historic Steam 2-drum WT boiler refitted


Splijn

Owner: E. Kanes

Area: UK-North West



Spray

Owner: R. Bossine

Area: UK-West London


Former motor driven auxiliary ketch. 1938 converted to steam with Vosper compound by previous owner G.E.E. Warder, plant removed 1976. In Lloyds Register 1907-76. Acquired by owner 1981, restored, fresh plant fitted 1983.


Sprite

Owner: T.D. Williams

Area: USA


Hull acquired 1985, steam plant entirely designed, built and fitted by owner. Engine previously tried in other hulls. First steamed June 1989. Approx miles steamed; 1997 - 400; 1998 - 400; 1999 - 250.


St Urs

Status: Active use

Owner: Thomas Schmid

Website: http://www.dampfboot.ch

Area: Switzerland


Built 1889 by Holtz in Hamburg for S.D.B.C. (Solothurner Dampfbootclub). Operated from 1889-1894 in Solothurn on the River Aare and the Lakes of Jura. Sold 1894 on the Lake of Lucerne. 1903 converted to electric power and renamed “Volta” on the Lake of Sarnen. 2005-2006 restored to the original state as a Canopy Steam Launch by the wharf of the SGV in Lucerne (Schifffahrtsgesellschaft des Vierwaldstättersees) and given the original Name “St. Urs”.


Steam Pinnace 199

Owner: Royal Naval Museum

Area: UK


SEE MORE COMPLETE ENTRY UNDER "NMRN Steam Pinnace (Steam Pinnace 198/199/224)" https://steamboat.org.uk/user.php?id=62218 New to Admiralty, 1916 converted to Admiral’s barge. 1930 duty boat at Netley Hospital, c 1946 sold out of service, c 1955 steamed to Thames, named TRELEAGUE, converted motor, various owners. Hull restoration 1975 by Tough Bros., Teddington. Acquired 1979. Steam plant fitted at Gosport, first re-steamed Sept 1984. Now on display at Portsmouth Dockyard. Contact: 02392 727562. (1984-93 fitted with c1898 built 3-drum WT). Formerly known as 198.


Steamchen

Owner: O.P. Thomsen

Website: http://www.steamchen.com/English/eindex.htm

Area: Germany


New launch, designed, built and fitted out by owner to his own requirements. First steamed Oct 1996. Has visited G.B. and Switzerland. Ref: Funnel 100.


Steampiper

Owner: L Yorke

Area: UK-Chiltern


Built as electric canoe for Hobbs & Sons, Henley, sunk on Thames at Preston Crowmarsh during 1950’s, restored and plant fitted by John Emmett 1981. First steamed 31 May 1982 at SBA Thames cruise. Then to Clive Gulliver 1984. Acquired by Ian Cross 1995. Completely rebuilt and new steam plant fitted. Known as SANDPIPER. Aquired by Lyndon Yorke 2007. Renamed STEAMPIPER


Steamy

Status: Active use

Owner: Peter & Veronika Amacher

Area: Switzerland



Stickleback

Owner: B. Deveson

Website: http://www.xs4all.nl/~meijersf/stickleback.htm

Area: Netherlands


New hull fitted out and plant fitted by Chris Seago at Norwich 1983-85. First steamed 4 July 1985. At first with 1982 built oscillating single cylinder. Laid up 1993, awaiting new boiler. Bought from J Berry 2002 in Sudbury , trailed home to Holland . Roof and side skirts fitted in the same year, berthed on the Ringvaart, Badhoevedorp in the winter hangs on davits on the same berth.


Stimmaren

Status: Steaming

Owner: J. Soderberg

Website: http://www.facebook.com/stimmaren/

Area: Sweden


1983-1993 Designed, fitted out and plant installed by Sven Jönsson, 1 cyl high pressure 1993-jul-5 Launched i Stockholm 1995 Slide valve replaced by piston valve, other improvements, 5 knots, 12,5 kg wood per hour 2004 New boiler 2006 New engine, twin high pressure, joy valve gear, piston valve, direct drive Engine consumes far to much steam, low speed as a result, max 3,5 - 4 knots, 15 kg wood per hour 2009 New engine optimised for low steam consumption: woolf compound, separate admission control of hp, high expansion and cyl volume ratio, surface condenser, two stage feed water preheat, accurate feed water flow, later: steam dryer+superheater, economiser. 6 kg wood per hour at 5 knots. Max speed 5,5 knots.


Strand

Owner: P. Palmer

Area: Sweden



Streatley

Owner: K French

Website: http://www.steamshipstreatley.co.uk

Area: UK-Chiltern


New to builders own fleet, used extensively in service between Oxford and Kingston. 1959 converted motor drive with Dorman engine. 1995 acquired by Ed Langley, hull fully restored on original building site and original engine re-fitted with fresh boiler. Used extensively with D.O.T. passenger certificate to Gravesend. Boiler formerly in the COLNE DREDGER 1950-1994. 2005 aquired by Keith French.


Suilven

Owner: Bob Fry

Area: UK-Midlands


New boat built and fitted out by owner. First steamed July 1994. Steamed every year since, total hours 1060, total miles 2067. Formerly fitted with Cyril Taylor twin 21/2" + 21/2" x 21/2". Formerly fitted with No.6 size WTB by Precision Steam, Tiverton.


Sultan

Owner: H.L. Melville

Area: UK


Restored 1975-6 by P. Freebody & Co, Hurley for Rodolphe d’Erlanger, plant fitted 1978-9.


Sunbeam

Status: Steaming

Owner: Martin Steggles

Area: UK-Thames


Derelict hull purchased July 1986 at the Phillips Boat Auction, Henley, restored by owners and steam plant fitted, first steamed 1988. Formerly fitted with an A.G. Mumford compound. Sold late 2016 to Martin Steggles.


Sundown

Owner: P.R. Burgess

Area: Australia



Surabaya

Status: Steaming

Owner: Jim Buckel

Area: UK-Thames


New boat fitted out by Bossoms Boatyard, steam plant installed 1987, first steamed May 1987. Sold to Dick Plumb in May 2017. Purchased from Dick Plumb May 2020.


Surta

Status: Active use

Owner: N. Guild

Area: UK-Thames


Built by David Abels, Bristol, 1988. Acquired 2002.


Susan E

Status: Active use

Owner: Alan Keef

Area: UK


This rivetted aluminium vessel is believed to have been a ships lifeboat. The conversion to a steam launch was undertaken by the owner over a period 2009 to 2013. It is fitted with a Merryweather boiler and Stuart Turner S type engine driving an alternator to charge the batteries that in turn power a Ray 4hp outboard motor.


Susanna

Owner: G. Marsden

Area: USA


Originally known as VIOLA BELLE. Aquired by George Marsden in 2001 and renamed SUSANNA.


Swallow

Owner: Windermere Steamboat Museum

Area: UK-North


Built for W. Warburton, Windermere, later owned J. Parker, Kendal and L.D. Goldsmith. Acquired 1984, on display in Windermere Steamboat Museum.


Swallow

Owner: R Clarke

Area: UK


Purchased Roger Clarke 2004


Swallow

Owner: D. Wright


New boat for David Barzilay. Steam plant fitted by Precision Steam. First steamed 1987.


Swallow II

Status: Active use

Owner: John lowe

Area: UK South East


Former motor hire-boat on River Ouse at Huntingdon, purchased 1993 and steam plant fitted by owner, first steamed Oct 1994. 2004 boiler rebuilt.


Swan

Owner: D. Robinson

Area: UK


Old double ended lifeboat hull acquired c 1976, restored, steam plant fitted by Peter Bridge 1977-8, first steamed 1985. Acquired 1990 by Roger Lees and Peter Rees and adapted for tripping work on Rudyard Lake. Used for tripping 1990-1996. Acquired 1999. Boiler formerly in LAPLANDER.


Swan of Avon

Owner: E.G. Rose

Area: UK-Midlands


When new acquired by owners great grandfather, used as a passenger launch at Stratford-on-Avon most of the time since. At some time converted to motor drive, Reconverted to steam 1998 when fresh steam plant fitted by owner. Engine formerly in SELINA 1987-97


Swanee

Owner: P. Micheals

Area: Australia


Complete steam plat aquired from UK. New boat built and fitted out by owner. First steamed 2000.


Sweet Steam

Owner: C.J. Dean

Area: UK



Swift

Status: Steaming

Owner: Christopher Way

Area: UK-East Anglia


New launch.


Swift

Owner: E.J. Langley

Area: UK-Chiltern


Hull acquired in derelict condition, fully restored and steam plant fitted by Ed. Langley. First steamed August 1991.