ABERDEEN BUILT SHIPS


Name
ZEALOUS
Type
STEAMER, WATER TANK
Date
1913
Description
Yard Number: 532
Completion Date: 30/07/1913

Subsequent Names: ZEST (01/12/1918); ZEAL (1944)

Owner: Commissioners for Executing the Office and Lord High Admiral of the United Kingdom

Engine Details: Steam compound engine, 12½" x 25" with 16" stroke

Boiler:
Number: 1;
Heating Area (ft2): 648;
Diameter 9'9";
Length 7'9";
Furnaces: 2;
Pressure (p.s.i.) 100

Propeller:
Diameter: 6'0";
Type: Solid;
Material: Cast Iron

Cost & Extras (£): Hull £6,800 - Machinery £3,485. Extras for constructing vessel to modified lines and mildew proof sails.

Order Book details: -
Donkey pumps, Weir's aux. pump, Drysdale G.M. centrifugal pump. Single cylinder Bon Accord engine. G.M. feed and bilge pumps, G.M. tank pump. Grease extractor. Mechanical engine telegraph and reply bell. Voice tubes. Harefield steam windlass.

Note: - As an auxiliary, it is unlikely that she ever carried the title H.M.S.

Ships of the Royal Navy, An Historical Index Volume 2, J.J. Colledge (978-1935149071).
ZEALOUS, DY, 415 tons, 110' x 24', Hall Russell 29/08/1913.

Arrived 07/02/1949 at Rosyth to be broken up.
Note: - DY - dockyard.
Shipbuilder
Hall, Russell & Company, Limited
Shipowner
Admiralty
Dimensions
length 110' 3" x breadth 23' x depth 11' 9"
Gross Tonnage: 205 ton

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