BELLISS & MORCOM Compound Steam Launch Engine
This particularly fine marine engine is a genuine Belliss and Morcomb, built c1880’s
Complete with pumps, lubricator(s) and other ancillaries.
For sale in very nice, highly original condition having been recently removed from a vessel.
80H.P. Compound Marine Engine
5″ + 10″ x 10″ Cylinders
Estimated output 80 H.P.
Believed built in Sweden in 1884.
For sale in good condition.
Also available: Single furnace Scotch steam boiler.
Single Cylinder Steam Launch Engine
American built reversing steam launch engine, built C1905 and in original working condition.
Single cylinder 5” x 4”.
DE KLOP Compound Marine Engine
Builder: Machine factory “De Klop” Sliedrecht, Holland
Serial number: 274
Horsepower: appr. 120 Hp
Crankshaft stroke: 300 mm
Cylinder dimensions: HP – appr. 265 mm / LP – appr. 525 mm
Pressure: 10 Atm.
Reversal movement: Stephenson
Crankshaft section: 105 mm
Frame: 1170 mm x 1170 mm
Height: 2050 mm
Height incl. safety valve: 2220 mm
Total size: L. 1700 mm x W. 1400mm
Total weight: 3.400 KG
‘V’ Triple 3 Cylinder Marine Steam Engine
Very unusual 200 H.P. 3 cylinder “V:” marine steam engine. For sale complete with all its auxiliaries, within a sectioned hull for display, fully restored to a very high standard.
Gunboat Marine Engine and Boiler
Reverable compound marine steam engine:
5 + 9 x 5¾ Inch Cylinders
(attached propellor: 24x 36 Inch pitch
Boiler 120 psi, copper tubes
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.