British Queen


British Queen
British Queen
Type Paquebot transatlantique
Histoire
Lancement 24 mai 1838
Mise en service 11 juillet 1839
Statut Démoli en 1844
Caractéristiques techniques
Longueur 75 m
Maître-bau 12 m
Tonnage 1 850 tjb
Propulsion 3 mâts et une machine à vapeur
Vitesse 8 à 10 nœuds
Autres caractéristiques
Chantier naval London, Curling & Young
Armateur British and American Steam Navigation Company (1839 - 1841)
Gouvernement Belge (1841 - 1844)
Pavillon Drapeau : Royaume-Uni Royaume-Uni (1839 - 1841)
Drapeau de Belgique Belgique (1841 - 1844)

Le British Queen est l'un des premiers paquebots transatlantiques à vapeur de l'histoire. Mis en service en 1839, il est en son temps le plus gros navire jamais construit. Le paquebot navigue pour la British and American Steam Navigation Company durant deux ans, jusqu'à ce que la compagnie fasse faillite suite au naufrage de son navire amiral, le President.

Le British Queen est alors vendu au gouvernement belge, mais son service se révèle peu rentable, et il est retiré en 1842. Il est démoli deux ans plus tard.

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Great Western
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Plus grand paquebot du Monde (tonnage)
1839 - 1840
President
Great Western
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Plus grand paquebot du Monde (longueur)
1839 - 1840
President
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