SS Clan Macneil (1921)

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Name: SS Clan Macneil
Operator: Clan Line Steamers Ltd, London
Builder: Ayrshire Dockyard, Irvine, North Ayrshire
Engines by Dunsmuir & Jackson, Glasgow
Yard number: 489
Launched: 1 December 1921
Completed: February 1922
Homeport: Glasgow
Fate: Scrapped in 1952
General characteristics
Class and type: Steam merchant ship
Tonnage: 6,111 grt
Length: 610 feet 6 inches (186.08 m)
Beam: 53 feet 4 inches (16.26 m)
Draught: 33 feet 3 inches (10.13 m)
Propulsion: Triple expansion steam engine producing 560nhp
Bauer-Wach LP Exhaust Turbine fitted in 1930 producing 691nhp
Speed: 11 knots (20 km/h)

The SS Clan Macneil was a British cargo steamer of the Clan Line.

She was built by the Ayrshire Dockyard, Irvine, North Ayrshire and launched on 1 December 1921. As with the majority of the ships of the Clan Line, she was named after a Scottish clan, in this case Clan MacNeil. She served during the Second World War, and was scrapped at Port Glasgow in May 1952.