ID 99079. Name: CYNTHIA. Passenger Ship. Launched: 1892, built by JT Eltringham & Co. Yard: South Shields, 244grt, twin compound steam engines, giving 98nhp. driving twin paddles. Engines by: J Stewart & Son Ltd, London. Construction: Iron. History:1892, William Watkins, London; registered at London. 1896, CE Pollard, South Shields, 1897, H Pollard, South Shields, 1898, JM Smith, South Shields. 1899, HC Jones, London. 1904, Hastings, St Leonard’s & Eastbourne Steamship Co Ltd, Hastings. 1907, Moville Steam Ship Co Ltd, Londonderry; registered at Londonderry. 1928, Anchor Line (Henderson Bros Ltd, managers), Glasgow; registered at Glasgow. 1930, Stewart & Hewitt, Dublin. 1931 Registered at Dublin. 1933 Sank. 1892: Cost £8000 to build, 1892: Ran cross Channel excursions during the summer period, 1917: Requisitioned by The Admiralty and converted to a minesweeper. 1917: Returned to Owners. 02/1933: Sank in a severe gale on the west pier at Dun Loaghaire harbour. Subsequently salvaged and then scrapped. RK