The Malcolm Miller on a buoy in Falmouth harbour, August 2009.
|Career (Cayman Islands)||80px|
|Builder:||John Lewis & Sons, Aberdeen|
|Laid down:||23 March 1967|
|Launched:||10 October 1967|
|In service:||10 March 1968|
|Renamed:||Helena C (2001)|
Official number 303228|
|Class and type:||Private yacht|
|Length:||148 feet 2 inches (45.16 m) overall|
|Beam:||27 feet 3 inches (8.31 m)|
|Draught:||14 feet 9 inches (4.50 m)|
|Propulsion:||7,110 square feet (661 m2) sail, 2 x Perkins T 6 354 (M) 240 horsepower (180 kW) diesel engines|
|Speed:||8.61 knots (15.95 km/h)|
Malcolm Miller was a sail training ship which was built in Aberdeen, Scotland by John Lewis & Sons, shipbuilders. She was sold out of service in 2001 and renamed Helena C and currently serves as a private yacht.
Malcolm Miller was built in 1967, half of the construction cost being donated by Sir James Miller, a former Lord Mayor of London and Lord Provost of Edinburgh. She was named for Sir James' son Malcolm, who had been killed in a car accident. The ship was designed by Camper & Nicholson and used by the Sail Training Association as a Sail Training Ship. Malcolm Miller was a sister ship to Sir Winston Churchill.
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