Steam Tug “CERVIA”
Steam Tug “CERVIA”
Steam Tug “CERVIA”

350 Tons

1,000 HP Triple Expansion Steam Engine

Built in 1946 for use as a fleet auxiliary by Alexandra Hall, Cervia is the only “Empire” class ocean-going steam tug to survive in the UK.

Learn more about cervia here

 

http://thesteammuseum.org/steam-tug-cervia/

 

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Compound Marine Engine
Compound Marine Engine
Compound Marine Engine

A small compound marine engine.

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1897 HERRESHOFF Triple Expansion Steam Yacht Engine
1897 HERRESHOFF Triple Expansion Steam Yacht Engine
1897 HERRESHOFF Triple Expansion Steam Yacht Engine

Only a few examples of Herreshoff engines are know to exist. These impressive and elegant engines powered vessels owned by the Vanderbilt, Dupont and J.P. Morgan families, amongst others as well as the Torpedo boats of the US Navy.

A superb example, this engine was custom built for the Steam Yacht NINA, for John Jacob Astor VI. It represents the pinnacle of American marine steam engine design and the internationally recognised maker Natheriel Herreshoff.

For sale in good unrestored condition.

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DONKIN Steam Ships Steering Engine
DONKIN Steam Ships Steering Engine
DONKIN Steam Ships Steering Engine

By Donkin & Co, Engineers, Newcastle

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1898 US NAVY Type G2 Compound Marine Engine
1898 US NAVY Type G2 Compound Marine Engine
1898 US NAVY Type G2 Compound Marine Engine

Built 1898, this is an 18.6 HP marine engine from a small US Navy vessel.

Fully restored​ and for sale in excellent condition.

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1898 US Navy Type B Compound Marine Engine
1898 US Navy Type B Compound Marine Engine
1898 US Navy Type B Compound Marine Engine

10 IHP

Fully restored​ and for sale in excellent condition.

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SOLD
STUART TURNER ‘Swan’ 2 Cylinder Marine Engine
STUART TURNER ‘Swan’ 2 Cylinder Marine Engine
STUART TURNER ‘Swan’ 2 Cylinder Marine Engine

Complete with boiler feed and air pumps, etc. A well made plant, unused and ready to install.

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ALLENS & SIMMONDS Launch Engine
ALLENS & SIMMONDS Launch Engine
ALLENS & SIMMONDS Launch Engine

4 + 4 x 4 Inch Twin High Pressure

By Allens and Simmonds of Reading, circa 1906-1914.

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Steam Launch “ESPERANZA”
Steam Launch “ESPERANZA”
Steam Launch “ESPERANZA”
A Thames saloon launch built in 1898 by Bonds of Maidenhead.
Rebuilt 1968 by Lawrence Weaver and fitted with a twin high pressure steam engine and oil fired Lune Valley boiler.
  • Construction: Double-diagonal mahogany.
    LOA: 52′ 0″, LWL: 45′ 0″, Beam: 7′ 6″, Draft: 3′ 9″
    Clipper bow, counter stern, wheel steering, steam heated aft saloon, 3 berths, white, varnished teak saloon, deck and interior, 7 knots.
  • Boiler: Lune Valley type WT Built 1980 by John Ashton at Wallingford. Fuel: Oil.
  • Engine: Twin High Pressure 5″ + 5″ X 6″. SV valve.
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