Ships built by Scott's

NAME BUILDER YARD NO LAUNCHED OWNER TYPE GROSS TONNAGE DIMENSIONS ENGINES CONSTRUCTION  - ARMAMENT OFFICIAL NO  - ARMAMENT CLASS CAREER
Acheron Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 412 14.11.1906 Ocean S.S. Co. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Barge 165 Non Propelled Steel 124018 11.1906 completed;
Achilles Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 118 18.04.1866 Ocean S.S. Co. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Cargo 2,280 Steam Iron 55008 9.1866 completed;
Achilles Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 362 28.06.1900 Ocean S.S. Co. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Cargo 7,043 442.5 x 52.8ft T 3cyl 521nhp = 13kts Steel 113405 9.1900 completed; 31.3.1916 torpedoed & sunk by "U-44" 90nm W.N.W. of Ouessant.
Achilles Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 481 08.01.1920 Ocean S.S. Co. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Cargo 11,426 528.5(oa)  503(pp) x 63.25 x 25.25ft 2 shaft turbine  6,800shp = 14.5kts 4-4 A.A.  8-2pdr A.A.  8-20mm A.A. 143640 5.1920 completed; W.W.2 H.M.S. "Blenheim" destroyer depot ship; 1940 purchased; 1942 Home Fleet; 1943 Iceland; 1944-45 Mediterranean;  1948 broken up at Barrow.
Aconcagua Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 516 11.02.1922 Comp. Sud America de Vapores, Valparaiso, Chile Passenger/Cargo 7,289 422.8 x 56.2 x 30.4ft draught 2 shaft turbine (4) 1,469nhp Brown Curtis, Clydebank Steel ex "Titur"; 8.1922 completed; 1931 owners Lithgow, Port Glasgow;  1935 "Khedive Ismail" Khedival Mail S. S. & Graving Dock Co. Ltd., Alexandria, Egypt; 1938 Pharaonic Mail Line, Cairo; 12.2.1944 torpedoed & sunk off Ceylon 1,297 lost.
Acorn Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 00.01.1788 Scott J. & W., Greenock Brig (cargo) 104bm Wood 2.1788 completed;
Acorn Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 30.06.1842 Scott John  & Scott C.C., Greenock Cutter (cargo) 53bm Wood 7.1842 completed;
Acorn Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 04.1858 Scott Snr. & Scott Jnr., Greenock Sloop (cargo) 56bm Wood
Acorn Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 05.1807 Scott Snr. Scott Jnr. & Scott W., Greenock Brig (cargo) 111bm Wood
Actif Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 79 04.07.1861 French Navy, France Sloop 215 Steam Iron 10.1861 completed;
Active Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 1815 Clyde Shipping Co., Glasgow Cargo (luggage boat) 59bm Paddle Wood
Ada Batters Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 152 15.04.1873 Batters George, London Cargo 845 Steam Iron 68427 6.1873 completed;
Admiral Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 34 18.04.1856 Templeton W.T., Greenock Cargo 114 Steam Iron 5.1856 completed;
Adrastus Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 515 05.12.1922 Ocean S.S. Co. Ltd. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Cargo 7,936 turbine Steel 147201 2.1923 completed; 1954 broken up at Faslane.
Aegusa Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 343 07.12.1896 Florio Comm. Ignazio, Palermo, Italy Steam Yacht 994 257.7 x 31.65ft Steam 2,500ihp = 15.5kts Steel 3.1897 completed; 1898 "Erin" Sir Thomas Lipton as a tender for his racing yachts named "Shamrock"; 1914-15 Red Cross vessel ferrying doctors to France & Salonica; 3.7.1915 H.M.S. "Aegusa" patrol vessel 2-3in guns in the Mediterranean; 28.4.1916 sunk by a mine near Malta; 6 lost.
Afghanistan Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 394 28.08.1905 Anglo-Algerian S.S. Co. (Strick), London Cargo 4,443    2,849nrt 380.3 x 49.7 x 26.9ft T 3cyl by builder Steel 122801 9.1905 completed; 1912 "River Delaware" American Levant Ltd. (S. & J. Thomson mgrs), London; 1915 "Elder Branch" Nautilus S.S. Co. Ltd. (F.& W Ritson mgrs), Sunderland; 1932 broken up Smith, Port Glasgow.
Afrique Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 140 22.08.1872 Valery Freres et Fils, Marseilles, France Cargo 1,226   631nrt  260.1 x 29.8 x 15.2ft 1 shaft C 2cyl 218nhp = 13kts Greenock Foundry Iron 11.1872 completed; 1880 French Line Ltd.; later "Afrika" Turkey; 1907 converted to a tender for buoys & lightships; 1911 broken up.
Agamemnon Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 116 25.11.1865 Ocean S.S. Co. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Cargo 2,280 Steam Iron 54924 3.1866 completed; 1878 re-engined by builder; 1897 Nederland S.M. Oceaan, Amsterdam, Netherlands; 1899 broken up Torre Annunziata, Italy.
Agamemnon Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 360 23.01.1900 Ocean S.S. Co. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Cargo 7,011 Steam Steel 110640 3.1900 completed; 1927 "Imperio" S.A. Di Nav. Commerciale, Genoa, Italy; 1930 S.A. Di Nav. Italo Cilena, Genoa; 1932 broken up Genoa.
Agapenor Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 450 16.01.1914 Ocean S.S. Co. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Cargo 7,565 445 x 56ft Steam Steel 135553 2.1914 completed; 11.10.1942 torpedoed & sunk by "U-87" 180nm south of Freetown, West Africa 06.53N 15.23W o/v Karachi - U.K. via Table Bay with general cargo & copper; 7 lost 124 survivors.
Agapenor Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 627 08.01.1947 China Mutual S.N.Co. Ltd. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Cargo 8,316 487 x 62 x 28ft draught 2 shaft diesel Steel 181088 6.1947 completed; 1968 Agapenor War Risks Ltd., Liverpool & London; 1967-75 trapped in Bitter Lakes, Suez due to the war between Egypt & Israel; 1975 "Nikos" Grecomar Shipping Agency, Greece; 1981 broken up Pakistan.
Ajaccio Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 138 07.06.1872 Valery Freres et Fils, Marseilles, France Cargo 1,226   638nrt  260.1 x 29.8 x 15.2ft 1 shaft C 2cyl 218nhp = 13kts Greenock Foundry Iron 8.1872 completed; 1880 French Line Ltd.; 25.1.1900 wrecked on Lighthouse Rocks, Marseilles, total loss.
Ajax Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 117 07.02.1866 Ocean S.S. Co. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Cargo 2,278 Steam Iron 54941 6.1866 completed; 1879 re-engined by builder;
Ajax Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 438 21.03.1912 Admiralty Battleship 23,100disp 597.5 (oa) 555 (pp) x 89 x 28ft   4 shaft turbine 27,000shp = 21kts 10-13.5in  16-4in  3-21in T.T. 12"sides  3"deck  11"guns King George V 5.1913 completed; 2nd B.S.;  2-4in  AA guns added; 1926 broken up at Rosyth.
Ajax Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 548 19.12.1930 Ocean S.S. Co. Ltd. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Cargo 7,797 459.7 x 59.4ft 2 shaft diesel = 14kts Steel 162340 4.1931 completed; The only Blue Funnel ship to have a grey hull in peacetime; 1957 "Glenlochy" Glen Line Ltd., London; 1958 "Sarpedon" China S.N.; 1962 broken up Hong Kong after fire damage.
Ajax  Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 361 31.05.1900 Ocean S.S. Co. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Cargo 7,011 Steam Steel 113395 8.1900 completed; 1930 broken up Yokohama, Japan.
Akbar Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 125 01.05.1839 Gray John et al., Greenock Barque (cargo) 337bm Wood 7.1839 completed;
Alaunia Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 447 09.06.1913 Cunard S.S. Co. Ltd., Liverpool Passenger/Cargo 13,405 520.0 x 64.0ft 2 shaft Q 4cyl Steel 135513 11.1913 completed; 19.10.1916 sunk by a mine in the English Channel.
Albania Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 479 17.04.1920 Cunard S.S. Co. Ltd., Liverpool Passenger/Cargo 12,768 529.0 64.0ft 2 shaft Brown Curtis turbine 6,800shp = 13kts by builder Steel 143704 12.1920 completed; 1930 "California" Nav. Libera, Triestina, Italy; 1935 hospital ship; 1937 Italian Government (Lloyd Triestino mgrs); 11.8.1941 sunk by a British aerial torpedo in Syracuse Harbour and broken up.
Albatross Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 01.09.1859 Weir Alex., Ayr Schooner (cargo) 45bm Wood 9.1859 completed;
Albatross Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 08.08.1820 Sinclair Robert, Greenock Schooner (cargo) 67bm Wood 9.1820 completed;
Albion Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 100 24.12.1863 Galbraith James, Glasgow Passenger/Cargo 668 Steam Iron 47848 2.1864 completed; later Otago S.S. Co., Dunedin, New Zealand; Various owners; 1888 "Centennial" J.C. Ellis, Sydney, Australia; 23.8.1889 sunk in collision with s.s "Kanahooka" off Bradley's Head, Sydney Harbour.
Albion Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 06.1789 Hamilton, Garden & McCunn, Greenock Sailing Ship (cargo) 204bm Wood
Alca Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 251 21.06.1887 Malcolm John Wingfield, Lochgilphead Steam Yacht 56 Steam Steel 93191 7.1887 completed;
Alcinous Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 359 07.12.1899 Ocean S.S. Co. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Cargo 6,743 Steam Steel 110636 2.1900 completed; 1925 "Carmania" Ditta L. Pittaluga Vapori, Genoa, Italy; 1932 broken up Genoa.
Alcinous Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 526 06.10.1925 Ocean S.S. Co. Ltd. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Cargo 6,621 429.10 x 54.10ft 2 shaft Diesel Steel 1.1926 completed; 16.8.1940 damaged by a torpedo from "U-46" 150nm southwest of Rockall o/v U.K. - Java, towed to Gourock; 1950 "Phemius" N.S.M. Oceaan, Amsterdam, Netherlands; 1957 broken at up Hong Kong.
Aldinga Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 71 21.04.1860 McMickan & Blackwood, Adelaide, Australia Passenger/Cargo 423 Steam Iron 36976 5.1860 completed; 1877 Adelaide S.S. Co., Adelaide; 1883 Mount Kembla Coal & Oil Co. (E. Vickery), Sydney; 1887 rebuilt as a collier; 23.1.1896 wrecked Bellamo Reef o/v Wollongong - South Bulf.
Alexander Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 160 18.09.1851 Brymner D. & G., Greenock Gabbart (cargo) 38bm Wood 9.1851 completed;
Alexander III Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 264 18.03.1889 United Steamship Co. (D.F.D.S.) of Copenhagen, Denmark Cargo 1,778 1 shaft T 3cyl  Steel 4.1889 completed; 23.12.1894 sank in the North Sea.
Alexandra Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 188 28.04.1879 Portsmouth & Ryde United S.P.Co., Portsmouth Passenger 235 Paddle Iron 81004 5.1879 completed;
Alfred Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 12.1798 Walkinshaw & McFarlane, Glasgow Sailing Ship (cargo) 344bm Wood
Allinga Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 344 21.12.1896 Adelaide S.S. Co., Adelaide, South Australia Passenger/Cargo 2,242 2 shaft Steam Steel 105578 3.1897 completed;
Amalfi Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 15 15.12.1853 Steam Navigation of the Two Sicilies, Naples, Italy Cargo 708 Steam Iron 3.1854 completed;
Amarapoora Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 157 30.07.1874 British & Burmese S.N. Co., Glasgow Cargo 2,464 Steam Iron 71667 9.1874 completed;
Amazon Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 1811 Eccles R., Glasgow Sailing Ship (cargo) 442bm Wood
America Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 157 21.02.1851 Orr William, Greenock Sailing Ship (cargo) 486bm Wood 3.1851 completed;
American Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 113 09.05.1865 West Indies & Pacific S.S. Co., Liverpool Cargo 1,831 Steam Iron 29936 9.1865 completed;
Amethyst Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 132 01.08.1840 McArthur D., Glasgow Schooner (cargo) 162bm Wood 9.1840 completed;
Amherst Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 27 30.05.1855 Hamilton & Co., Glasgow Passenger 160 Paddle Iron 7.1855 completed;
Anchises Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 165 16.08.1875 Ocean S.S. Co. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Cargo 2,021 Steam Iron 70974 9.1875 completed;
Andania Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 446 22.03.1913 Cunard S.S. Co. Ltd., Liverpool Passenger/Cargo 13,405 520 x 64ft 2 shaft Q 4cyl Steel 135481 7.1913 completed; 14.7.1913 maiden voyage Liverpool - Southampton - Quebec - Montreal; 27.1.1918 torpedoed & sunk by "U-46" off Rathlin Light, Ireland.
Angelos Lusis Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 671 03.12.1956 Soc. Carga Oceanica S.A., Piraeus, Greece Tanker 11,630   6,590nrt   17,500dwt  555.8 x 70 x 31.3ft draught Doxford diesel 2 S.C.S.A. 6cyl 7,300bhp = 15kts by builder   machy aft Steel 5.1957 completed; 1975 broken up Vitoria, Brazil.
Anhui Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 381 24.09.1903 China Navigation Co., London Cargo 2,201 2 shaft Steam Steel 10.1903 completed;
Anking Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 527 06.02.1925 China Navigation Co. Ltd., London Cargo 3,472       (oa)  338.5(pp) x 49.25 x 27.5ft 1 shaft turbine Steel 148563 3.1925 completed; 1941 H.M.S. "Anking" requisioned by The Admiralty as a base ship;  3.3.1942.sunk by Japanese cruisers 200nm east of Christmas Island.
Anking Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 647 23.08.1949 China Navigation Co. Ltd., London Passenger/Cargo 6,127   3,302nrt   5,247dwt  418.4 x 57 x 22.6ft draught Doxford diesel 2 S.C.S.A. 4cyl 4,500bhp = 15kts Vickers Armstrong, Barrow Steel 191476 12.1949 completed; 20.1.1950 delivered after engine trouble; 1970 Klias" Straits S.S. Co., Singapore; 1977 broken up.
Ann Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 14.12.1800 Stirling, Gordon & Co., Glasgow Sailing Ship (cargo) 418bm Wood 2.1801 completed;
Anshun Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 552 27.10.1930 China Navigation Co. Ltd., London Cargo 3,188 350 x 50 x 33ft draught diesel 3,000bhp by builder Steel 162520 12.1930 completed; 1942 lost.
Ant Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 19 29.06.1854 Martin, Henderson & Grainger, Belfast Cargo 122 99.9 x 17.2ft 1 shaft steam 2cyl 25hp = 10kts Iron 8.1854 completed; later Hobart, Tasmania, Australia;
Anthony Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 538 24.04.1929 Admiralty Destroyer 1,961disp 323 (oa) 312(pp) x 32.25 x 8.5ft 2 shaft turbine 34,000shp = 35kts 4-4.7in  2-2pdr A.A.  4-.303 A.A.  8-21in T.T. A 2.1930 completed; Home waters then Gibraltar & Mediterranean; 1945 in reserve; 1948 broken up at Troon.
Archibald Russell Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 391 23.01.1905 Hardie John & Co, Glasgow Barque (cargo) 2,385 291.3 x 42.9 x 24ft draught Steel 121209 2.1905 completed;
Ardent Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 539 26.06.1929 Admiralty Destroyer 1,961disp 323 (oa) 312(pp) x 32.25 x 8.5ft 2 shaft turbine  34,000shp = 35kts 4-4.7in  2-2pdr A.A.  8-21in T.T. A 4.1930 completed;  8.6.1940 sunk by German battlecruisers off Narvik.
Arethusa Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 11.1828 Eccles W. & J ., Glasgow Sailing Ship (cargo) 322bm Wood
Argo Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 168 03.11.1875 Holt Alfred, (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Steam Yacht 580 Steam Iron 12.1875 completed;
Argo Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 240 13.07.1885 Holt Alfred, (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Steam Yacht 360 Steam Iron 91232 7.1885 completed;
Argyll Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 380 03.03.1904 Admiralty Cruiser 10,850disp 473.5 (oa) 450 (pp) x 68.5 x23ft 2 shaft T 3cyl 21,000ihp = 22kts 4-7.5in  6- 6in  12-12pdr  2-18in T.T.   6"sides  2"deck  6"guns Devonshire 12.1905 completed; 1914-15 Grand Fleet;  28.10.1915 wrecked on the Bell Rock.
Argyll Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 08.01.1829 Leitch John, Greenock Brig (cargo) 262bm Wood 1.1829 completed;
Ariadne Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 174 02.11.1876 Grieve J.J. & R., Greenock Sailing Ship (cargo) 1,023 Iron 11.1876 completed;
Ark Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 16.07.1826 Scott J. Jnr. & Scott C.C., Greenock Sloop (cargo) 53bm Wood 7.1826 completed;
Army & Navy Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 27.02.1854 Glesman Capt. Nicol Steam Yacht 178 Steam Iron 3.1854 completed;
Artemis Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 622 26.08.1946 Admiralty Submarine 1,385disp 281.75 (oa) 279.75(pp) x 22.25 x 17ft 2 shaft diesel-electric 4,300/1,250bhp = 18 / 9kts 1-4in  1-20mm A.A.  3mg's  10-21in T.T. A Designed for Pacific operations, completed too late for hostilities; 8.1947 completed; 1.7.1971 foundered at Gosport; 6.7.1971 salvaged; 1971 broken up by Pounds, Portsmouth.
Artful Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 623 22.05.1947 Admiralty Submarine 1,385disp 281.75 (oa) 279.75(pp) x 22.25 x 17ft 2 shaft diesel-electric 4,300/1,250bhp = 18 / 9kts 1-4in  1-20mm A.A.  3mg's  10-21in T.T. A Designed for Pacific operations, completed too late for hostilities; 2.1948 completed; 1972 broken up Cairnryan.
Asgard Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 624 cancelled 1945 Admiralty Submarine 1,385disp 281.75 (oa) 279.75(pp) x 22.25 x 17ft 2 shaft diesel-electric 4,300/1,250bhp = 18 / 9kts 1-4in  1-20mm A.A.  3mg's  10-21in T.T. A Designed for Pacific operations; 1945 cancelled.
Asian Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 42 cancelled c 1856 European & Australian R.M. Co. Steam Iron
Askalon Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 82 07.10.1861 Holt Alfred, (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Cargo 875 Steam Iron 11.1861 completed;
Asphalion Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 522 02.09.1924 Ocean S.S. Co. Ltd. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Cargo 6,273 turbine (2) 9,000shp by builder Steel 147289 11.1924 completed; 1959 broken up at Hong Kong.
Assaye Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 25.05.1853 Millar, McKenzie & Stewart, Greenock Sailing Ship (cargo) 847bm Iron 7.1853 completed;
Assurance Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 625 cancelled 1945 Admiralty Submarine 1,385disp 281.75 (oa) 279.75(pp) x 22.25 x 17ft 2 shaft diesel-electric 4,300/1,250bhp = 18 / 9kts 1-4in  1-20mm A.A.  3mg's  10-21in T.T. A Designed for Pacific operations; 1945 cancelled.
Astarte Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 626 cancelled 1945 Admiralty Submarine 1,385disp 281.75 (oa) 279.75(pp) x 22.25 x 17ft 2 shaft diesel-electric 4,300/1,250bhp = 18 / 9kts 1-4in  1-20mm A.A.  3mg's  10-21in T.T. A Designed for Pacific operations; 1945 cancelled.
Astyanax Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 405 27.03.1906 China Mutual S.N.Co. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Cargo 4,872 Steam Steel 120943 5.1906 completed;
Astyanax Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 637 29.10.1947 China Mutual S.N.Co. Ltd. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Cargo 8,319 487 x 62.4 x 23.10ft draught 2 shaft Burmeister & Wain diesel 2 D.A. 8cyl 6,800bhp = 15.5kts Kincaid, Greenock Steel 182419 4.1948 completed; 1957 "Glenfruin" Glen Line Ltd., London; 1962 "Astyanax" China Mutual S.N. Co. (A.Holt & Co), Liverpool; 1972 broken up Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
Atreus Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 432 27.01.1911 China Mutual S.N.Co. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Cargo 6,699       (oa)  443.5(pp) x 52.75 x 22.25ft 1 shaft T 3cyl 3,000ihp = 14kts 131322 3.1911 completed; W.W.2 controlled minelayer base ship 1-12pdr A.A. 4-20mm A.A. 8-.5A.A. 246 mines; 1945 China Mutual S.N.Co. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool; 1949 broken up at Rosyth.
Auriga Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 166 11.12.1875 Star Navigation Co. (Rathbone), Liverpool Sailing Ship (cargo) 1,591 Iron 74482 12.1875 completed; later "Sierra Blanca";
Australian Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 41 28.08.1856 Porteus John, Sydney, Australia (shipped in pieces) Cargo 80 Steam Iron 1857 completed;
Ayrshire Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 14.05.1825 Schooner (cargo) 140bm Wood 1825 completed;
Baknes Scott-Lithgow Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 1175 30.09.1969 Nile S.S. Co. Ltd. (Jebsen), London Bulk Carrier 13,125 495 x 74.9 x 42ft diesel Kincaid, Greenock Steel 338972 Lithgow yard number but built in Scott's yard;  2.1970 completed; 1979 "Silverclyde"; 1979 "Argo Clyde"; 1980 "Chios Pilot"; 1982 "Yopaz"; 1984 "Lapis"; 1988 "Industrial Trader"; "Tong Yee"; 1993 broken up at Shanghai.
Banbury Scott-Lithgow Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 721 19.10.1971 Alexander Shipping Co. Ltd., London Bulk Carrier 11,381   6,678nrt  15,500 dwt 524 x 75 x 31ft draught Sulzer diesel 2 S.C.S.A. 7cyl 14,000bhp = 18kts by builder Steel 337373 12.1971 completed as "Iron Banbury" on 4 year bareboat charter to Broken Hill Prop., Australia; 1975 "Banbury";  "Ariane S" Ariane S.A. (Mediterranean Shipping Co. S.A. Geneva, Switzerland), Panama; 1982 "Lady Marina" Onward Shipping Inc., Panama; 1992 "Presidente Aquirre Cerda" 1994 "MSC Elena"; 3.9.2001 broken up Alang, India.
Bardistan Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 407 29.09.1906 Anglo-Algerian S.S. Co. (Strick), London Cargo 3,888    2,501nrt 360.1 x 50.2 x 16.8ft T 3cyl by builder Steel 124359 10.1906 completed; 1912 "River Meander" American Levant Line Ltd. ( S. & J. Thomson mgrs), London; 1.12.1912 foundered c 300 nm south of Halifax N.S. o/v New York - Mediterranean ports with general cargo.
Bassac Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 214 completed 1882 Messageries Fluvialis de Cochinchina, Paris, France Passenger 178 Steam Iron
Bastia Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 139 24.04.1872 Valery Freres et Fils, Marseilles, France Cargo 1,226   636nrt  260.5 x 29.8 x 15.2ft 1 shaft C 2cyl 218nhp = 13kts Greenock Foundry Iron 6.1872 completed; 1880 French Line Ltd.; 17.4.1900 wrecked Cape Carbon, Bone o/v Marseilles - Bougie & Bone withgeneral cargo.
Beachy Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 427 02.09.1909 Clyde Shipping Co. Ltd., Glasgow Cargo 4,718 400.1 x 52 x 27ft draught T 3cyl 2,200ihp by builder Steel 129436 9.1909 completed; 18.6.1916 torpedoed & sunk by "U-35" 98nm N.E. x E. of Port Mahon, Minorca o/v Calcutta - Hull.
Beauly Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 56 03.09.1858 Latour Captain, Inverness Cargo 30 Steam Iron 9.1858 completed;
Bee Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 11.1786 Scott J. & Carmichael J., Greenock Sloop (cargo) 52bm Wood
Bell Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 10.1786 Hamilton, Garden & McCunn, Greenock Brig (cargo) 123bm Wood
Bellerophon Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 193 12.06.1880 Ocean S.S. Co. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Cargo 2,155 Steam Iron 81372 7.1880 completed; later "Nitto Maru";
Bellfield Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 1820 Scott, Greenock Sailing Ship (cargo) 473bm Wood
Belmont Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 11.1786 Ritchie, Malcolm & McNaught, Greenock Sloop (cargo) 67bm Wood
Ben Ocean Lancer Scott-Lithgow Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 744 02.02.1976 Ben Odeco Ltd., Leith Drilling Ship 10,823 490 x 77 x 26ft draught Diesel-Electric  Steel 366477 3.1977 completed; later "SC Lancer"; & "Schahin Cury Lancer" Schahin Cury, Brazil;
Bengal Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 161 shipped 1874 River S.N. Co., London  (for India) Passenger 1,700disp Paddle Iron
Benmhor Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 443 30.07.1912 Thomson William & Co., Leith Cargo 4,806 1 shaft T 3cyl 2,150ihp by builder Steel 129416 6.1912 completed; 16.10.1914 captured by German cruiser "Emden" and scuttled.
Bergen Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 618 06.08.1945 Royal Norwegian Navy, Norway Destroyer 1,710disp 362.75 (oa) 339.5(pp) x 35.75 x 10ft 2 shaft turbine  40,000shp = 36.75kts 4-4.5in D.P.  4-40mm A.A.  4-20mm A.A.  4-21in T.T. C (cr group) ex "Cromwell"; ex"Cretan"; 9.1946 completed;  
Berwick Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 29 22.10.1855 Begbie Thomas Stirling, London Cargo 537 Steam Iron 11.1855 completed;
Beryl Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 388 31.08.1904 Cock W.F., London Steam Yacht 427 Steam Steel 11.1904 completed; W.W.2 "Lorna" armed boarding vessel; 1941 returned; later "Thessalia";
Bessy Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 03.1793 Campbell Alex, Greenock Sloop (cargo) 47bm Wood
Betty Cathcart Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 09.1787 Hamilton, Garden & McCunn, Greenock Sailing Ship (cargo) 270bm Wood
Bharata Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 377 02.10.1902 British India S.N. Co., London Passenger/Cargo   25-1st  25-2nd  300 deck 4,054   1,957nrt  373 x 45.2 x 26.5ft 1 shaft T 3cyl 899nhp = 12kts by builder Steel 115734 2.1903 completed; 12.1923 "Harada Maru" Harada Kisen K.K., Japan; 1939 Toa Boeki K.K.; 5.1942 wrecked on the coast of China.
Binsnes Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 704 09.11.1965 Ckarkson H. & Co. Ltd., London Bulk Carrier 10,961 501.1 x 67 x 29.1ft draught Sulzer diesel 2 S.C.S.A. 6cyl 7,100bhp = 14 kts by builder    machy aft Steel 307642 2.1966 completed; 1970 "Granton" Granton Shipping Co. Ltd., Liberia; 1978 "Elpida" Tare Transport Services Inc., Greece; 1.1982 - 1987 laid up Piraeus; 1987 "Elpida I" Indianmed Maritime Co., Honduras; 4.1987 broken up in India.
Binsnes Scott-Lithgow Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 1179 16.09.1970 Ckarkson H. & Co. Ltd. (Jebsen), London Bulk Carrier 13,240 495 x 74.9 x 42ft diesel Kincaid, Greenock Steel 341155 Lithgow yard number but built in Scott's yard;  11.1970 completed;
Birman Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 131 02.07.1840 Adam A. & G. & Ballantine J., Greenock Barque (cargo) 545bm Wood 7.1840 completed;
Black Boy Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 10.07.1857 Curtis, Harvey & Co., Glenlean Cargo 66 Steam Iron 19598 8.1857 completed;
Bluebell Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 466 24.07.1915 Admiralty Sloop (minesweeper) 1,207disp 262.5 (oa)  250 (pp) x 33 x 11ft T 3cyl 1,800ihp = 16.5kts 2-12pdr  2-3pdr A.A. Flower (Acacia type) 8.1915 completed; Built on merchant ship lines for quick production, Originally fitted as a minesweeper; 1930 broken up Cashmore.
Bolnes Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 706 30.08.1966 Builders Account Bulk Carrier 12,458 520 x 71.5 x 29.6ft draught Sulzer diesel 2 S.C.S.A. 6cyl 7,100bhp = 14kts by builder Steel 306975 10.1966 completed; 1972 "Ocean Sovereign" Tenex S.S. Co., London; 1972 Cia Ultramarina S.A., Liberia; 1978 Cia Ultramarina S.A., Greece; 1983 "Ingapirca" Lincoln Mar. Inc., Panama; 1985 "Marie Jose" Mar Andina S.A., Ecuador; 1985 Nav. del Pacifico S.A., Ecuador; 1986 broken up at Ulsan after grounding in a typhoon.
Bonaventure Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 575 19.04.1939 Admiralty Cruiser 5,770disp 512 (oa)   485(pp) x 50.5 x 14ft 4 shaft turbines 62,000shp = 33kts 10-5.25in D.P.   8-2pdr A.A.  8-0.5  6-21in T.T.   3" sides  2" deck  2" guns Dido 5.1940 completed; 1940-41 Home Fleet; 1941 Mediterranean; 31.3.1941 torpedoed & sunk sunk by the Italian submarine "Ambra".
Border Hunter Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 661 22.12.1953 Lowland Tanker Co. Ltd., London Tanker 11,301   6,247nrt   15,950 dwt  547 x 69.10 x 30.9ft draught Sulzer diesel 2 S.C.S.A. 6cyl 7,040bhp = 13.75 kts by builder Steel 169256 4.1954 completed; 1970 "Nereide" Nereide Shipping Corp., Liberia; 11.4.1975 arrived Bilbao, Spain to break up.
Border Regiment Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 660 04.11.1952 Lowland Tanker Co. Ltd., London Tanker 11,311   6,400nrt  15,950 dwt 547 x 69.10 x 30ft draught Doxford diesel 2 S.C.S.A. 6cyl 7,040bhp = 13.75 kts by builder    machy aft Steel 169243 3.1953 completed; 1969 "Fortuity" Fortuity Cia Nav. S.A., Liberia; 20.2.1975 arrived Pusan, Korea to break up.
Borgnis Desbordes Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 316 14.06.1893 Deves et Chaumet, Bordeaux, France Passenger 232 Paddle Steel 7.1893 completed;
Brahmin Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 03.01.1842 Thomson J., Glasgow Sailing Ship (cargo) 523bm Wood 1842 completed;
Bride Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 00.03.1836 Campbell, McCunn & Ferguson, Greenock Brig (cargo) 186bm Wood 3.1836 completed;
Britannia Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 22.04.1837 Bourne John & Partners Passenger/Cargo 743 182 x 22ft Paddle 2 cyl side lever 285ihp Scott & Sinclair, Greenock Wood 13970 9.1837 completed as "Tagus" Richard Bourne et al., London; 1842 P.& O. S.N. Co.; 1864 broken up.
Britannia Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 30.08.1827 Stuart James., Greenock Schooner (cargo) 98bm Wood 9.1827 completed;
Britannia Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 01.1807 Fyfe James, Glasgow Sailing Ship (cargo) 410bm Wood
British Avon Scott-Lithgow Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 724 31.03.1972 B.P. Thames Tanker Co. Ltd., London Tanker 15,540 Diesel Steel 343240 11.1972 completed; later "Mare Di Kara"; "Carnia"; "Laurotank Carnia"; "Carnia"; 8.4.2000 broken up Alang, India.
British Forth Scott-Lithgow Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 727 01.06.1973 B.P. Thames Tanker Co. Ltd., London Tanker 15,540   25,551dwt  Diesel Steel 360944 12.1973 completed; 1993 "Camargue" Camargue Shipping; 2000 "Chryssi" Therissos Shipping; 2003 "Bedour" Palm Hellenic Navigation; 2004 active.
British Kennet Scott-Lithgow Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 725 11.12.1972 B.P. Thames Tanker Co. Ltd., London Tanker 15,540   9,501nrt  24,600 dwt 561 x 82 x 31ft draught diesel Scotts - Sulzer  Steel 360540 5.1973 completed; 1986 "Minab 2"; 5.4.2002 broken up Alang, India.
British Monarch Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 700 22.09.1964 Builders Account Bulk Carrier 18,616 610.6 x 82.10 x 33.4ft draught Sulzer diesel 2 S.C.S.A. 13,800bhp = 15.5 kts by builder   machy aft Steel 306596 1.1965 completed; later "Golden Sun"; "Karaiskaki"; "Xi Qiao Shan"; 1.4.1998 broken up China.
British Swift Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 681 24.06.1959 B.P. Tanker Co. Ltd., London Tanker 11,174   5,929nrt  15,404 dwt 525.5 x 69.3 x 29.4ft draught Doxford diesel 2 S.C.S.A. 6cyl 8,000bhp = 14.5 kts Scotts-Doxford  machy aft Steel 301009 10.1959 completed; 1973 Erynflex Ltd., U.K.; 1977 "Noah VI" Noah Shipping Co., Iran;
British Tweed Scott-Lithgow Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 726 19.03.1973 B.P. Thames Tanker Co. Ltd., London Tanker 15,540 Diesel Steel 360815 10.1973 completed; later "Azna"; "B P Tweed"; "Minab I"; 2004 broken up in Pakistan.
Bronzewing Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 308 completed 1892 Cockshutt H.M., Sydney, Australia Yacht  (lugger) 37 tm Wood
Bruce Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock Nil shipped 05.07.1864 Greer Mary et al., Dunedin, New Zealand Paddle Steamer 98   83nrt  131.4 x 16.3ft Paddle 45nhp  Iron 1864 completed; 1869 Houghton & Harper; 1869 wrecked on South Beach, Grey River.
Brunswick Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 534 07.03.1928 Atlantic Refining Co., Panama Tanker 8,946 471ft Diesel Electric   machy aft Steel 8.1928 completed; later "Driade" Panama; 1959 broken up La Spezia, Italy.
Brunswick Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 21.03.1791 Hunter & Robertson, Greenock Sailing Ship (cargo) 624bm Wood 4.1791 completed;
Bulknes Scott-Lithgow Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 1176 19.03.1970 Tenax S.S. Co. Ltd. (Jebsen), London Bulk Carrier 13,234 495 x 74.9 x 42ft diesel Kincaid, Greenock Steel 339171 Lithgow yard number but built in Scott's yard;  6.1970 completed; later "Kapetan Antonis"; "Captain Frank"; "Valdora"; "Aldora"; "Excellus"; "Zong Hai";
Burmah Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 52 03.02.1858 Calcutta & Burmah S.N. Co., London Cargo 787 229.5 x 29.2ft 1 shaft 2cyl simple 700ihp Scott & Sinclair, Greenock Iron 3.1858 completed; 1862 British India S.N. Co.; 27.1.1863 wrecked at Pulicat north of Madras, Coromandel coast during the monsoon.
Busen Rollo Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 650 04.04.1950 Star Whaling Co. Ltd., Guernsey Tanker 11,392 537.10 x 69.5 x 29.5ft draught Doxford diesel 2 S.C.S.A. 5cyl 5,500bhp = 12.5 kts by builder   machy aft Steel 7.1950 completed; 1954 "Jarabella"; 1961 "San Stefano"; 1965 "Liquilady" Monrovia, Liberia; 1972 broken up in Spain.
Cabral Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 258 24.09.1888 Megaw M.G. & Norton, London Cargo 753 230.1 x 33.1ft Steam Steel 95477 10.1888 completed; 1891 "Itabira"; 1924 out of Lloyds Register.
Cachalot Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 565 02.12.1937 Admiralty Submarine 1,810disp 289 (oa) 271.5(pp) x 25.5 x 15.5ft 2 shaft diesel-electric 3,300/1,630bhp = 15 / 8.75kts 1-4in  2-mg's  6-21in T.T.  50 mines Porpoise 8.1938 completed; 30.7.1941 rammed & sunk by Italian torpedo boat "Generale Achille Papa" off Benghazi.
Cachalot Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 662 11.12.1957 Admiralty Submarine 2,030disp 295.2 (oa) 241(pp) x 26.5 x 18ft 2 shaft diesel-electric 3,680/6,000bhp = 12 / 17kts 8-21in T.T. Porpoise 9.1959 completed; 1979 broken up at Blyth.
caisson gate Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 356 completed 1899 Cia Nacional de Nav Costeira, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Caisson gate for dock Non Propelled Steel
Calchas Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 358 08.05.1899 Ocean S.S. Co. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Cargo 6,763 Steam Steel 6.1899 completed;
Caledonia Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 05.1794 Hunter & Robertson, Greenock? Admiralty? Sailing Ship (cargo) 647bm Wood Timber carrier to service Naval Dockyards, and deliver wood to the many private builders working for the King, especially around Hampshire. This ship may have been the first naval order in Scotland
Californian Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 114 27.06.1865 West Indies & Pacific S.S. Co., Liverpool Cargo 1,832 Steam Iron 29950 9.1865 completed;
Caltex Edinburgh Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 668 02.11.1955 Overseas Tankships (U.K.) Ltd., London Tanker 12,492   7,176nrt  18,255 dwt 559 x 71.4 x 31.6ft draught turbine (2) 8,400shp = 15 kts by builder    machy aft Steel 187407 6.1956 completed; 1968 "Texaco Edinburgh; 1971 "Korea Edinburgh"; 1982 broken up.
Calypso Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 265 12.04.1889 Ocean S.S. Co. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Cargo 544 Steam Iron 96300 5.1889 completed;
Calypso Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 17.09.1825 Eccles & Co., Glasgow Schooner (cargo) 438   379bm 108.6 x 27.8ft Wood 10.1825 completed; 1859 ?, Alloa; 1863 Jordeson & Chapman, London; 1863 foreign owners;
Cambria Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 01.04.1846 Kelso & Orr, Greenock Sailing Ship (cargo) 399bm Wood 4.1846 completed;
Cambrian Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 614 10.12.1943 Admiralty Destroyer 1,710disp 362.75 (oa) 339.5(pp) x 35.75 x 10ft 2 shaft turbine 40,000shp = 36.75kts 4-4.5in D.P.  4-40mm A.A.  4-20mm A.A.  8-21in T.T. C (ca group) ex "Spitfire"; Fitted out by J. Brown, Clydebank; 7.1944 completed; Home Fleet until 1945 then East Indies; 1971broken up Ward, Briton Ferry;
Camilla Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 03.1792 Anderson, Fullerton et al., Greenock Sloop (cargo) 70bm Wood
Campodoglio Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 93 29.08.1862 Florio J. & V., Palermo, Italy Cargo 605 Steam Iron 10.1862 completed;
Canadian Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 31.08.1857 Orr William, Greenock Sailing Ship (cargo) 705bm Wood 9.1857 completed;
Canning Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 229 31.07.1883 Liverpool, Brazil & River Plate S.N. Co., Liverpool Cargo 645 213.2 x 32.1ft 2 shaft Steam Steel 87869 9.1883 completed; 1891 "Itatiaya" Lage Irmaos, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; circa 1896 Cia Nacional de Nav Costeira, Brazil; 1922 converted to a pontoon; 1930 broken up at Rio de Janeiro.
Cantonnais Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 210 25.10.1881 Messageries Fluvialis de Cochinchina, Paris, France Passenger 178 Steam Iron 11.1881 completed;
Caradoc Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 476 23.12.1916 Admiralty Cruiser 3,890disp 450 (oa) 425 (pp) x 43 x14.5ft 2 shaft turbine 40,000shp = 29kts 5-6in  2-3in A.A.  8-21in T.T.  3"sides  1"deck  Caledon 6.1917 completed; Grand Fleet from completion; 1939-42 America & West Indies; 1942-43 Eastern Fleet; 1943-44 South Atlantic; 4.1944-45 base ship at Colombo; 1946 broken up Ward, Briton Ferry.
Carnarvon Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 406 07.08.1906 Board of Trade Lighthouse Tender 514 Steam Steel 123724 9.1906 completed;
Carnatic Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 116 10.01.1837 Scott John Jnr. & Scott C.C., Greenock Sailing Ship (cargo) 576bm Wood 2.1837 completed;
Carrier Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 57 16.11.1858 Edinburgh, Perth & Dundee Railway Co., Leith Train Ferry 243 Paddle Iron 22020 11.1858 completed; 1861 North British Railway Co.; 1878 at Granton; 1882 S.L. Mason, Edinburgh; 1884 Isle of Wight Marine Transit Co. Ltd., London vehicular ferry Langston Harbour - St Helens I.O.W.; 1886 London Brighton & South Coast Railway Co.; 1890 J. & N.C. Bull, Newhaven, Sussex; 1891 David & Piper, Port Talbot; 1892 Swedish owners; 9.1893 broken up.
Carron Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 429 14.10.1909 Carron Co., Grangemouth Cargo 2,351 294.5 x 40.7ft Steam Steel 124460 12.1909 completed; 1921 "Gibel Zerjon" M.H. Bland, Gibraltar; 1928 "Djemila" Comp de Nav Mixte, Marseilles, France; 1934 broken up in Italy.
Carron Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 615 28.03.1944 Admiralty Destroyer 1,710disp 362.75 (oa) 339.5(pp) x 35.75 x 10ft 2 shaft turbine 40,000shp = 36.75kts 4-4.5in D.P.  4-40mm A.A.  4-20mm A.A.  8-21in T.T. C (ca group) ex "Strenuous"; 11.1944 completed; 1945 Home Fleet, then East Indies; 1967 broken up Ward, Inverkeithing.
Carronade Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 628 04.04.1946 Admiralty Destroyer 1,980disp 365 (oa) 341.5(pp) x 38 x 10.5ft 2 shaft turbine 40,000shp = 35kts 6-4in A.A.  6-40mm A.A.  10-21in T.T. Weapon Introduced en echelon arrangement of boiler & engine rooms; Armament reduced by 2-4in A.A. to incorporate ATW (two squids); 5.1.1946 cancelled; 5.4.1946 Incompleted hull arrived at Troon to break up.
Cassandra Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 408 27.06.1906 Donaldson Bros., Glasgow Passenger/Cargo 7,396   4,726nrt  455 x 53ft 2 shaft steam = 14 kts by builder Steel 124130 8.1906 completed; 1915 Dardanelles & Gallipoli campaign, rescued 700 passengers from torpedoed "California"; 1925 "Carmia" German owners converted to a cattle carrier; Later "Drachtenstein"; 1934 broken up at Kiel.
Cassandra Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 423 19.02.1908 Rainey Ray A., New York, U.S.A. Steam Yacht 1,227 2 shaft Steam Steel 6.1908 completed;
Castle Lachlan Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 21.10.1811 Campbell J., Glasgow Brig (cargo) 447bm Wood 11.1811 completed;
Catherine Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 12.06.1819 Stirling Charles, Glasgow Sailing Ship (cargo) 376bm Wood 9.1819 completed;
Catherine Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 04.1787 McDonald John, Inverness Sloop (cargo) 24bm Wood
Catherine Campbell Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 30.04.1842 Campbell John, Glasgow Ketch (cargo) 57bm Wood 3495 6.1842 completed;
Cavour Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 202 01.06.1881 Liverpool, Brazil & River Plate S.N. Co., Liverpool Cargo 633 Steam Iron 84120 7.1881 completed; 1891 "Itapeva" Lage Irmaos, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; circa 1896 Cia Nacional de Nav Costeira, Brazil; 1898 "Commandante Freitas" Brazilian Lighthouse Service; 1930 broken up Rio de Janeiro.
Centaur Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 524 05.06.1924 Ocean S.S. Co. Ltd. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Passenger/Cargo 3,066 315.7 x 48.2 x 21.5ft draught Diesel 355nhp = 14kts Steel 147275 8.1924 completed; W.W.2 hospital Ship; 14.5.1942 torpedoed & sunk by Japanese submarine "I -177" 25.17S 154.05E o/v Sydney - New Guinea; 268 lost.
Ceylon Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 20.12.1842 Adam & Co., Greenock Sailing Ship (cargo) 545bm Wood 1.1843 completed;
Challenger Scott-Lithgow Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 753 19.05.1981 Admiralty Seabed Tender 6,500disp 134.1 x 18.0 x 5.0 meters draught 2 shaft diesel-electric Voith Schneider + 3 thrusters forward Steel 7.1984 completed; Not successful; Decommissioned 1990; Sold commercial Subsea Offshore Ltd UK; 2000 "Ya Toiva" converted to a diamond mining ship.
Changchow Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 222 18.11.1882 China Navigation Co., London Cargo 1,734 271.3 x 34.4 x 22.4ft  C 2cyl Steel 12.1882 completed; 24.10.1884 wrecked on Sandy Cape Shoal, Queensland o/v Newcastle N.S.W. - - Hong Kong; 6 lost.
Changchow Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 370 05.06.1901 China Navigation Co., London Cargo 1,948 Steam Steel 114690 7.1901 completed;
Changchow Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 654 31.07.1950 China Navigation Co. Ltd., London Passenger/Cargo 9,403 477.0 x 62.0 x 25.0ft draught diesel 2 S.C.S.A. 6cyl 6,500bhp = 15 kts by builder Steel 184366 2.1951 completed; 1953 "Resurgent" Royal Fleet Auxiliary; 13.5.1981 arrived Aviles, Spain to break up, towed to Gijon and broken up.
Changsa Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 246 17.07.1886 China Navigation Co., London Cargo 2,269 Steam Steel 91952 8.1886 completed;
Changsa Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 645 02.11.1948 China Navigation Co. Ltd., London Passenger/Cargo 7,414 440 x 57.2 x 23.6ft draught Doxford diesel 2 S.C.S.A. 5cyl 5,600bhp = 15.5kts by builder Steel 191440 5.1949 completed; 1969 "Kota Panjang"; 1981 broken up Gadani Beach, Pakistan.
Chatham Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 225 09.03.1883 Liverpool, Brazil & River Plate S.N. Co., Liverpool Cargo 647 213.2 x 32.1ft Steam Steel 87811 4.1883 completed; 1891 "Itauna" Lage Irmaos, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; 1896 Cia Nacional de Nav Costeira, Brazil; 1922 converted to a pontoon; 1931 broken up at Rio de Janeiro.
Chefoo Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 169 24.02.1876 Swire John Samuel, London Cargo 1,087 Steam Iron 73626 3.1876 completed;
Chenan Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 382 12.10.1903 China Navigation Co., London Cargo 2,200 2 shaft Steam Steel 118347 11.1903 completed;
Chequers Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 616 30.10.1944 Admiralty Destroyer 1,710disp 362.75 (oa) 339.5(pp) x 35.75 x 10ft 2 shaft turbine 40,000shp = 36.75kts 4-4.5in D.P.  4-40mm A.A.  4-20mm A.A.  4-21in T.T. C (ch group) ex "Champion" 9.1945 completed; 1966 broken up Cashmore, Newport.
Chiddingfold Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 586 10.03.1941 Admiralty Destroyer (Escort) 1,274disp 282.5 (oa) 264.25(pp) x 31.5 x 7.75ft 2 shaft turbine 19,000shp = 25kts 6-4in A.A.  4-2pdr A.A.  2/3-20mm A.A. Hunt  (Type 2 ) 10.1941 completed; 1954 "Ganga" Indian Navy on loan; 1959 purchased by the Indian Navy; 1975 broken up.
Chieftain Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 617 26.02.1945 Admiralty Destroyer 1,710disp 362.75 (oa) 339.5(pp) x 35.75 x 10ft 2 shaft turbine 40,000shp = 36.75kts 4-4.5in D.P.  4-40mm A.A.  4-20mm A.A.  4-21in T.T. C (ch group) 3.1946 completed; 1961 broken up Young, Sunderland.
Chihli Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 323 12.12.1894 China Navigation Co., London Cargo 1,885 Steam Steel 104833 1.1895 completed;
Chingtu Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 247 19.08.1886 China Navigation Co., London Cargo 2,268 Steam Steel 91957 9.1886 completed;
Chinhua Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 384 04.11.1903 China Navigation Co., London Cargo 2,198 2 shaft Steam Steel 118354 11.1903 completed;
Chinkiang Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 348 21.02.1898 China Navigation Co., London Cargo 2,004 1 shaft T 3cyl Steel 108344 5.1898 completed; 9.1930 broken up in China.
Christian Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 02.10.1818 Stirling Charles, Lanark Sailing Ship (cargo) 459bm Wood 10.1818 completed;
Christian Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 07.11.1834 Stirling & Ewing, Glasgow Cutter (cargo) 26bm Wood 11.1834 completed;
Christian McAusland Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 128 23.09.1869 Galbraith James, Glasgow Sailing Ship (cargo) 1,014 204 x 32.5 x 20.8ft Iron 60466 10.1869 completed; 1878 lost at sea.
Christina & Susan Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 03.01.1828 Adams Richard, Greenock Wherry (pilot vessel) 16bm Wood 1.1828 completed;
Chrysolite Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 09.12.1854 McArthur J., Glasgow Schooner (cargo) 273bm Wood 1.1855 completed;
Chung King Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 217 29.05.1882 China Navigation Co., London Cargo 1,251 244.3 x 32.4ft 2 shaft Steam Steel 85169 6.1882 completed; 1905 "Okhotsk" Russian Government; 1906 "Amur" Far East S.S. Co., Vladivostok, Russia; 1909 Y. Koga, Nagasaki, Japan; 1909 "Georgiy" Count Keyserling, Vladivostok; 1916 Russian Volunteer Force, later Sovtorgflot; 1925 "Tai Chow" Tai Chow S.S., Shanghai, China; 1938 "Ano Vathy" J.D. Tsounias, Greece; 1941 "Asei Maru" Japanese Government; 15.7.1945 sunk in an air attack off Woosung, China.
Chungking Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 649 19.01.1950 China Navigation Co. Ltd., London Passenger/Cargo 9,398 460 x 62 x 22.8ft draught diesel 2 S.C.S.A. 6cyl 6,500bhp = 15kts by builder Steel 184289 10.1950 completed; 1950-52 chartered to Messageries Maritimes for France - South Pacific - Sydney service; 1953 "Retainer" Royal Fleet Auxiliary; 1980 broken up Barcelona, Spain.
Chusan Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 458 05.06.1914 China Navigation Co. Ltd., London Cargo 2,217 Steam Steel 136692 6.1914 completed;
Citadel Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 115 22.07.1865 Laing William & Co., Leith Cargo 741 Steam Iron 52877 9.1865 completed;
City of Aberdeen Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 03.02.1835 Aberdeen & London Shipping Co., Aberdeen Passenger/Cargo 877   553bm 165.5 x 28.5ft Paddle simple side lever 2 cyl 200hp Scott & Sinclair, Greenock Wood 6.1835 completed; 1858 J.& P. Denny in part exchange; 1859 N.S. Begbie; 1860 "Rosalino Pilo" Sicilian Navy;
City of Glasgow Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 23.05.1822 Mills, Napier & Little, Glasgow Passenger/Cargo 191 123.6 x 22.4 x 12.6ft Paddle 120 hp Wood 5.1822 completed; 1832 City of Glasgow S.P. Co., Glasgow; 7.1834 sold; later on Isle of Wight service;
City of Newcastle Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 62 19.03.1859 Hunter River New Steam Navigation Co., Adelaide, Australia Passenger 393   247nrt  192.5 x 23.3ft Paddle 2 cyl oscillating 150nhp McNab, Greenock Iron 5.1859 completed; 12.9.1878 wrecked in thick fog near Nobbys, Newcastle, N.S.W. o/v Sydney - Newcastle.
Clan Alpine Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 708 01.12.1966 Clan Line Steamers Ltd., Glasgow Cargo 8,712   4,798nrt  508.0 x 63.0 x 29.0ft draught diesel 2 S.C.S.A. 6cyl 8,500bhp = 16 kts Kincaid, Greenock Steel 307670 4.1967 completed last Greenock D.Y . ship, completed by Scotts; 1981 "African Diamond" Delibra Shipping Co. Inc. Monrovia Liberia; 1982 "African Amber"; 1984 broken up Kaohsiung, Taiwan;
Clan MacArthur Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 223 12.03.1883 Clan Line Steamers, Glasgow Cargo 3,985   2,635nrt  381.2 x 43.3 x 27.9ft C 2cyl by builder Steel 87657 5.1883 completed; 1893  re-engined T 3cyl N.C.A., Barrow; 1904 "Shah Jehan"; 1912 broken up at Bombay.
Clan MacDonald Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 207 21.02.1882 Cayzer Irvine & Co., Glasgow Cargo 2,642   1,716nrt  335.5 x 39.3 x 26.9ft draught C 2cyl by builder Iron 85914 4.1882 completed; 1897 "Briardene" Dene Steam Shipping Co., Newcastle; 1900 M.A. Dickie, Nova Scotia, Canada; 1904 Colchester S.S. Co., Nova Scotia, Canada; 1916 Overseas Shipping Co. Ltd., Halifax N.S.; 1.12.1916 captured by German submarine "UB-29" 12nm south of Bishop Rock & sunk by bombs o/v New York - London.
Clan MacIntosh Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 224 06.06.1883 Clan Line Steamers, Glasgow Cargo 3,985   2,636nrt  381.2 x 43.3 x 27.9ft draught Steam Steel 87690 8.1883 completed; 1892  re-engined T 3cyl N.C.A., Barrow; 1905 "Totti" M. Jebson, Germany; 1905 G. Diederichsen, Germany; 1906 "Clan MacIntosh" S.S.C. Madras S.N. Co. Ltd., Rangoon, Burma; 1914 broken up.
Clarence Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 1830 Sinclair Robert, Greenock Yacht (cutter) 18bm Wood
Claymore Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 629 cancelled 1945 Admiralty Destroyer 1,980disp 365 (oa) 341.5(pp) x 38 x 10.5ft 2 shaft turbine 40,000shp = 35kts 6-4in A.A.  6-40mm A.A.  10-21in T.T. Weapon Introduced en echelon arrangement of boiler & engine rooms; Armament reduced by 2-4in A.A. to incorporate ATW (two squids); 25. 9.1945 cancelled.
Cleopatra Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 02.02.1828 Walsh Nicholas, Greenock Brig (cargo) 161bm Wood 2.1828 completed;
Clyde Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 74 25.04.1860 Spanish Navy, Spain Tug 66 Steam Iron 5.1860 completed; Also used as a ferry;
Clyde Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 18.03.1854 Clyde Screw Steam Packet Co., Glasgow Passenger/Cargo 1,190 249 x 30.1ft 1 shaft Steam = 9kts Scott, Sinclair, Glasgow Iron 5.1854 completed; 20.5.1854 maiden voyage Glasgow - New York; 24.8.1857 wrecked on Perroquet Reef, Gulf of St. Lawrence.
Clyde Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 1802 Lamont A.& J., Rothesay Sloop (cargo) 14bm Wood
Clydenes Scott-Lithgow Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 748 30.09.1977 Scandinavian Leasing Ltd. (Jebsen), London Cargo 2,351   1,414nrt   3,564dwt  87.03 x 13.75 x 5.65 meters draught diesel 4 S.C.S.A. 12cyl Allen Ltd., Bedford Steel 377477 Subcontracted from Fergusons, Port Glasgow yard no 475; 12.1977 completed; 1982 "Sarine" Massoel S.A., Switzerland; 1990 "Georgios XII" Cyprus; 2005 "Vildirim K" Turkey;
Clydesdale Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 707 07.06.1967 Hadley Shipping Co. Ltd., London Bulk Carrier 24,023   16,863nrt  662.0 x 92.2 x 38.1ft draught Sulzer oil 2 S.C.S.A. 6cyl 13,610bhp = 15.5 kts by builder   machy aft Steel 334651 10.1967 completed; 1969 "Clydebridge" time chartered to Seabridge Shipping Co.; 1974 Houlder Bros. & Co. Ltd., London; 1977 "Dunster Grange"; 1981 Stevinson, Hardy Tankers Ltd. (Houlder mgrs), London; 1982 "Gulf Kestrel" Gulf Shipping Lines Ltd.; 1983 "Five Star" Graphite Shipping Inc., Monrovia; 1986 broken up Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
Clytoneus Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 541 13.02.1930 Ocean S.S. Co. Ltd. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Cargo 6,661 432.6 x 56.4ft 2 shaft diesel = 13.5kts Steel 5.1930 completed; 8.1.1941 bombed & sunk by German aircraft 56.23N 15.28W o/v Macassar - Ellesmere Port with sugar.
Clytoneus Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 640 transferred Steel Contract transferred to Caledon S.B. & S. Co. Ltd., Dundee.
Colossus Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 430 09.04.1910 Admiralty Battleship 20,000disp 546 (oa)  510 (pp) x86 x27ft  4 shaft turbine 25,000shp = 21kts 10-12in  16-4in  3-21in T.T. 11"sides  3"deck  11" guns Colossus First Dreadnought built on the Clyde; 7.1911 completed; 1st B.S. until 1916 then 4th B.S.; 4-4in guns replaced by 2-3in A.A.; 1919 training ship in Victorian livery; 1928 broken up Alloa Ship Breaking Co., Rosyth.
Constance Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 102 28.12.1863 MacGregor Duncan, Greenock Cargo 255 201.4 x 20.15 x 9.4ft Paddle Iron 2.1864 completed; blockade runner; 10.1864 wrecked off Long Island, Charleston.     could have been named "Constance Decima" at some time
Content Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 07.04.1853 Stirling William, Glasgow Sloop (cargo) 27nrt Wood 4.1853 completed;
Content Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 29.09.1852 Stirling Jnr. & Russell, Glasgow Sloop (cargo) 22bm Wood 9.1852 completed; 12.1852 lost.
Corinaldo Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 482 16.08.1920 Donaldson Bros., Glasgow Cargo (refrigerated) 7,131 414 x 55 x 28ft draught turbine Steel 144248 4.1921 completed; 29.10.1942 damaged by a torpedoed from "U-509" & abandoned; 30.10.1942 damaged by two torpedoes from "U-659", sunk by gunfire from "U-203" later that day north of the Canary Islands 33.12N 18.24W o/v Buenos Aires - Freetown - Glasgow with frozen meat; 8 lost 50 survivors.
Corio Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 18 01.06.1854 Mackay J.F. & W. & Turner J., Greenock Cargo 124 Steam Iron 1854 completed;
Coritiba Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 291 24.06.1891 Cia Nacional de Nav. Costeira, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Cargo 913 Steam Steel 8.1891 completed;
Cornelian Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 09.1837 Scott John Jnr. & Scott C.C., Greenock Schooner (cargo) 99bm Wood
Cornubia Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 28.05.1832 Pimm & Co., Plymouth Passenger/Cargo 94bm 108.3 x 17.6ft Paddle Wood 7.1832 completed; Plymouth - Channel Isles service; later J. Paddon, Sydney, Australia; 1852 lost.
Coromandel Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 18.01.1843 Scott John  & Scott C.C., Greenock Sailing Ship (cargo) 766bm Wood 2.1843 completed;
Corsair Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 03.1825 Reid W.& F., Glasgow Schooner (cargo) 77bm Wood 3.1825 completed;
Count Baciocchi Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 76 12.10.1860 Valery Freres et Fils, Marseilles, France Cargo 496 Steam Iron 12.1860 completed;
Countess of Glasgow Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 06.1826 Kerr J.& J. & Parker C.S.  Glasgow Passenger/Cargo 90bm 100bp x 17.7 x 8.5ft depth Paddle Wood Glasgow - Largs - Millport - Ayr;
Courrier du Maroc Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 39 13.08.1856 Bazin Leon Gay & Co., Marseilles, France Cargo 120 Steam Iron 9.1856 completed;
Cowdray Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 587 22.07.1941 Admiralty Destroyer (Escort) 1,274disp 282.5 (oa) 264.25(pp) x 31.5 x 7.75ft 2 shaft turbine 19,000shp = 25kts 6-4in A.A.  4-2pdr A.A.  2/3-20mm A.A. Hunt  (Type 2 ) 7.1942 completed; 8.11.1942 bombed by German aircraft off Algiers &  beached the following day; 16.11.1942 salvaged; 3.1944 to 8.1944 "Admiral Hastings" Royal Hellenic Navy on loan not taken over; 1959 broken up King, Gateshead.
Crescent Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 1816 Wallace & Baird, Stranraer Brig (cargo) 104bm Wood
Crown of Arragon Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 228 16.10.1883 Younger Robert et al., Glasgow Cargo 2,256 300.5 x 37.3ft 2 shaft Steam Iron 87713 11.1883 completed; 1888 Caw, Prentice & Clapperton; 1901 Prentice Service & Henderson, Glasgow; 1904 "Akebono Maru" Japan; 1927 broken up.
Crusader Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 85 17.04.1862 Holt Alfred, (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Cargo 901 Steam Iron 6.1862 completed;
Crusader Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 146 30.09.1871 Brown W.& J. & Robertson J.C., Glasgow Cargo 1,023 Steam Iron 63856 11.1871 completed; later "Tsushima Maru";
Crystal Cube Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 666 09.03.1955 Sugar Line Ltd., London Bulk Carrier 8,679 461 x 61 x 24.6ft draught Scott - Doxford diesel 4 cy 3,300bhp = 12 kts by builder Steel 186238 6.1955 completed; 1968 "Shaon"; 1969 "Shao An"; 8.3.1979 arrived Kaohsiung, Taiwan to break up.
Cuban Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 07.01.1856 Kerr John, Greenock Sailing Ship (cargo) 477bm 130.5 x 28.2 x 18.6ft Wood 1.1856 completed; 1869 lost on a voyage to Cuba.
Culdee Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 128 11.12.1839 Muir, Stewart & Campbell, Greenock Barque (cargo) 387bm Wood 2.1840 completed;
Cumbria Scott-Lithgow Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 720 14.05.1971 Hadley Shipping Co. Ltd., London Bulk Carrier 18,570 Diesel Steel 341485 7.1971 completed; later "Dagomys" Russia; later "Flag Paola"; 1996 broken up.
Cyclops Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 192 24.04.1880 Ocean S.S. Co. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Cargo 2,167 Steam Iron 81342 5.1880 completed;
Cyclops Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 639 21.07.1948 China Mutual S.N.Co. Ltd. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Cargo 8,316 487.0 x 62.0 x 28.3ft draught Burmeister & Wain diesel 2 S.C.D.A. 8cyl 6,800bhp = 15.5 kts by builder Steel 182456 12.1948 completed; 9.1955 damaged in collision with Henderson Line "Prome" south west of Holyhead; 1975 "Automedon" Elder Dempster Lines Ltd., Liverpool; 1977 chartered to Nigerian National Line; 1977 broken up Arnott Young, Dalmuir.
Cyclops Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 19.03.1853 Scott Snr. & Scott Jnr., Greenock Lighter 56bm Non Propelled Wood 3.1853 completed;
Cyrus Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock ? ? comp 5.1944 Admiralty Mine Destructor  1950dwt 350 x 60 x 30ft Stirling Craft" towed sweep for pressure mines; Ordered Swan Hunter Wallsend 5.3.1943; Transferred Scotts 2.1944; Experimental mine destruction vessel of c4000t for sweeping pressure mines; Wrecked Normandy beaches 5.12.1944; Officially listed as an Algerine class minesweeper for security reasons;Their design is still (in 1968) classified.
Daffodil Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 467 17.08.1915 Admiralty Sloop (minesweeper) 1,207disp 262.5 (oa)  250 (pp) x 33 x 11ft T 3cyl 1,800ihp = 16.5kts 2-12pdr  2-3pdr A.A. Flower (Acacia type) 9.1915 completed; Built on merchant ship lines for quick production; Originally fitted as a minesweeper; 1935 broken up Cashmore, Newport.
Dalblair Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 402 21.06.1906 Campbell J.Mungo & Son, Glasgow Cargo 4,661 Steam Steel 124128 8.1906 completed; 1917 "Benmohr";
Dalblair Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 528 28.07.1925 Campbell Bros. & Co., Newcastle Cargo 4,607   8,643dwt  420.6 x 54.1 x 24.2ft draught Steam Steel 149413 8.1926 completed; 29.8.1940 torpedoed & sunk by "U-100" 148nm northwest of Bloody Foreland 56.06N 13.33W o/v Tyne - Philadelphia in ballast; 4 lost 37 survivors.
Dalcairn Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 529 22.02.1927 Campbell Bros. & Co., Newcastle Cargo 4,608   8,643dwt  420.6 x 54.1 x 24.2ft draught Steam Steel 149424 3.1927 completed; 21.9.1940 torpedoed & sunk by "U-100" southwest of Rockall 55N 19W o/v Montreal - Hull with wheat; all 48 saved.
Dalcross Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 544 05.12.1929 Campbell Bros. & Co., Newcastle Cargo 4,557   2,799nrt   8,561dwt  420 x 54 x 24ft draught 1 shaft Q 4cyl = 11kts by builder Steel 161546 1.1930 completed; 1947 "Inger Johanne"; 1948 "Hydraios II"; 1959 "Ares" Beirut, Lebanon; 13.7.1964 wrecked off Elephant Point, Somalia.
Dalcroy Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 545 30.01.1930 Campbell Bros. & Co., Newcastle Cargo 4,558   8,561dwt  420 x 54.1 x 24.4ft draught Steam by builder Steel 161550 2.1930 completed; 2.11.1942 torpedoed & sunk by "U-402" 500nm east of Belle Isle 52.30N 45.30W o/v St. John N.B & Halifax - Tyne with steel & timber; all 49 saved.
Daldorch Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 414 15.08.1907 Campbell J.Mungo & Son, Glasgow Cargo 4,718 Steam Steel 9.1907 completed;
Dalfram Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 546 02.04.1930 Campbell Bros. & Co., Newcastle Cargo 4,558 405 x 51ft Steam Steel 4.1930 completed; ? damaged by a mine laid by German "Doggerbank"; 4.8.1943 torpedoed & sunk by "U-181" east of Madagascar 20.53S 56.43E o/v Lourenzo Marques - Durban - Aden - Alexandria with coal; 3 lost 40 survivors.
Dalhanna Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 403 03.09.1906 Campbell J.Mungo & Son, Glasgow Cargo 4,662   2,999nrt  390 x 52.2 x 26.4ft 1 shaft T 3cyl 441nhp = 11kts by builder Steel 9.1906 completed; 1915 "Den of Kelly" C. Barrie & Sons, Dundee; 1916 "Snowdon Range" Neptune S.N. Co.; 28.3.1918 torpedoed & sunk by "UC-65" 28nm west of Bardsey Island.
Dalmore Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 413 25.07.1907 Campbell J.Mungo & Son, Glasgow Cargo 4,717 Steam Steel 8.1907 completed;
Dalmore Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 530 31.03.1927 Campbell Bros. & Co., Newcastle Cargo 5,193 419.4 x 52.4 x 24.10ft draught T 3cyl 2,000ihp = 9kts by builder Steel 149428 4.1927 completed; 1946 "Ingerto" A/S Inger (Jacob Kjode), Norway; 1960 "Tassos P.S. P.A. Psychoyos, Greece"; 1961 "Claire" Kara Shipping Ltd., Famagusta, Cyprus; 1969 broken up La Spezia, Italy.
Dalryan Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 547 03.06.1930 Campbell Bros. & Co., Newcastle Cargo 4,558   8,561dwt  420 x 54.1 x 24.4ft draught Steam by builder Steel 161555 6.1930 completed; 18.7.1930 struck & grounded on an iceberg o/v Swansea - Montreal; 1.12.1939 sunk by a mine.
Dalveen Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 531 12.05.1927 Campbell Bros. & Co., Newcastle Cargo 5,193   8,483dwt  419.4 x 52.4 x 24.10ft draught Steam Steel 149434 5.1927 completed; 28.9.1940 bombed & sunk by German aircraft 58.10N 02.19W; 11 lost.
Dardanus Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 322 15.11.1894 Ocean S.S. Co. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Cargo 4,348 Steam Steel 12.1894 completed;
Dart Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 22.07.1818 Kerr George, David & Alex., Greenock Brig (cargo) 107bm Wood 8.1818 completed;
Daru Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 679 10.04.1958 Elder Dempster Lines Ltd., Liverpool Cargo 6,340   3,400nrt   9,970dwt  460 x 62.2 x 27.5ft draught Doxford diesel 2 S.C.S.A. 5cyl 5,500bhp = 14kts by builder Steel 187198 9.1958 completed; 1965 "Yoma" Henderson Line Ltd., Glasgow; 1967 "Daru" Gulf Guinea Line Ltd., Liverpool; 1979 "Lone Eagle" Soc. Maritime S.A., Panama; 1980 "Anjo One" Soc. Maritime Liberia Ltd., Panama; 1981 Venture Co. Inc., Panama; 1982 broken up Gadani Beach, Pakistan.
Dawnlight I Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 703 01.06.1965 Ross & Marshall Ltd., Greenock Cargo (lighter) 199 107.2 x 21.10 x 9.5ft draught diesel 2 S.C.S.A. 6cyl 300bhp Crossley, Manchester Steel 306963 6.1965 completed; 1972 Glenlight Shipping; 1988 Bailey & Boynton Marine, Hull; 1990 The Lundy Co.; 1991 C.A. Clarke, Penzance; 1994 "Agnes" Nav. Agnes, Honduras; 2006 in service;
Dee Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 133 07.07.1841 Royal West India Mail Co., Southampton Passenger/Cargo 1,848 245 x 60 x 30ft Paddle 2cyl 400nhp = 9kts Scott, Sinclair & Co. Wood 1.1842 completed; 1862 broken up at St. Thomas, West Indies.
Deerpark Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 368 07.05.1901 Deerpark S.S. Co. (Denholm), Greenock Cargo 928 Steam Steel 114055 6.1901 completed;
Defence Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 611 02.09.1944 Admiralty Cruiser 8,885disp 555.5 (oa)   538(pp) x 64 x 17.25ft 4 shaft turbine 80,000shp = 31.5kts 4-6in D.P.  6-3in A.A.  16-2pdr  6-21in T.T.   3.25"sides  2"deck  2"guns Minotaur Not completed laid up in the Gareloch; 7.1955 towed to Swan Hunter, Tyneside and engined Wallsend; 8.10.1957 "Lion"; 20.7.1960 completed; 1975 broken up at Inverkeithing.
Deido Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 686 01.02.1961 Elder Dempster Lines Ltd., Liverpool Cargo 6,109 460 x 63.3 x 26.1ft draught Doxford diesel 2 S.C.S.A. 4cyl 5,700bhp = 14kts by builder Steel 301379 4.1961 completed; 1979 "San Georgio"; 1980 "Agios Georgios III"; 1.1982 - 10.1986 laid up at Piraeus; 1986 broken up at Aliaga, Turkey.
Denia Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 119 06.09.1866 Morris, Munro & Co., Glasgow Cargo 241 141 x 20.2ft Steam 2cyl Greenock Foundry Iron 56156 10.1866 completed; 1873 re-engined C 2cyl Gourlay, Dundee; 1906 "Corporal"; 1910 "Kempock"; 30.4.1918 sunk by gunfire from "UB- 85" 6nm S.E. of Copeland Island Light o/v Belfast - Manchester with potatoes. 13 British owners from 1872
Despatch Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 1815 Clyde Shipping Co., Glasgow Cargo (luggage boat) 59bm Paddle Wood
Deucalion Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 363 12.10.1900 Ocean S.S. Co. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Cargo 7,030 Steam Steel 113433 11.1900 completed;
Diamond Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 28.10.1828 Crawford John, Greenock Schooner (cargo) 64bm Wood 10.1828 completed;
Diamond Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 01.1836 McArthur, Liverpool Schooner (cargo) 87bm Wood
Diana Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 02.1798 Buchanan, Stephen & Co., Glasgow Schooner (cargo) 80bm Wood
Diju Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 234 completed 1884 River Steamer Navigation Co., London Cargo 368 Paddle Iron
Diomed Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 327 09.04.1895 China Navigation Co., London ?   Ocean S.S. Co. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool ? Cargo 4,279 Steam Steel 5.1895 completed; 22.8.1915 sunk by gunfire from "U-38" 57nm W.N.W. of the Scilly Isles
Diomed Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 468 21.06.1917 Ocean S.S. Co. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Cargo 7,523 turbine Steel 140544 11.1917 completed;
Dirk Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 630 cancelled 1945 Admiralty Destroyer 1,980disp 365 (oa) 341.5(pp) x 38 x 10.5ft 2 shaft turbine 40,000shp = 35kts 6-4in A.A.  6-40mm A.A.  10-21in T.T. Weapon Introduced en echelon arrangement of boiler & engine rooms; Armament reduced by 2-4in A.A. to incorporate ATW (two squids); 25. 9.1945  cancelled.
Dochra Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 175 29.03.1877 Scott John & Robert S, Greenock Sailing Ship (cargo) 1,023 204.9 x 33.2 x 20.6ft draught Iron 76156 4.1877 completed; later "Pernambuco"; & "Olinda" Gaspar, Oporto, Portugal; 1933 removed from Lloyds Register, believed converted to a barge
Dolius Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 520 24.01.1924 Ocean S.S. Co. Ltd. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Cargo 5,994 407ft 2 shaft diesel Steel 147247 3.1924 completed; 5.5.1943 torpedoed & sunk by "U-638" northeast of Belle Isle 54.00N 43.35W o/v Avonmouth - New York in ballast; 4 lost 66 survivors.
Dom Pedro Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 05.1839 Comp.da Nav. de Tejo e Sado, Lisbon, Portugal Passenger 154 Paddle Iron
Don Diego Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 26 04.07.1855 Dunbar, Heatley & Co., Glasgow Sailing Ship (cargo) 272 reg Iron 3275 7.1855 completed;
Dragon Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 484 29.12.1917 Admiralty Cruiser 4,723 472 (oa) 445 (pp) x 46 x14.5ft 2 shaft turbine 40,000shp = 29kts 6-6in  2-3in A.A.  12-21in T.T. 3"sides  1"deck  D 8.1918 completed; 1939 & 1943-44 Home Fleet; Mediterranean & East Indies; 1940-41 South Atlantic;1942 Eastern Fleet; 1944 Polish Navy same name; 8.7.1944 sunk as a breakwater at Arromanches, France.
Dragut Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 196 24.05.1880 French Line (C.G.T.), Paris, France Cargo 533 182.4 x 25.6 x 16.7ft draught 2 shaft C 2cyl 114nhp = 11.5kts Greenock Foundry Iron 6.1880 completed; 1907 "Mafalda" Carter & Del Corona, Livorno, Italy; 1915 "Venere" owner unknown; 1917 not in register.
Duchess of Albany Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 271 07.11.1889 London & South Western Railway, Portsmouth Passenger 256 Paddle Steel 95116 12.1889 completed;
Duke of Argyll Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 10.07.1852 Glasgow & Loch Fyne S.P. Co., Glasgow Passenger 256 166.7 x 20.2 x 10.6ft Paddle 1cyl 176nhp Iron 11.1852 completed; 1855 lengthened to 209.4ft; 1857 D.Hutchison & Co., Glasgow; 12.1.1858 sunk in the Sound of Mull; 15.3.1858 beached at Salen Pier, then towed to the Clyde to break up.
Dumfries Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 44 28.08.1856 Dumfries & Galloway General S.N. Co., Dumfries Cargo 125 Steam Iron 2.1857 completed;
Duncan Hoyle Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 01.12.1852 Hoyle Duncan & Kincaid Tom, Greenock Passenger/Cargo 188   131nrt  139.6 x 17.7ft Paddle 90nhp by builder Iron 2.1853 completed; 1854 Geelong S.N. Co., Australia + three more owners; 1860 Hong Kong owners;
Dunkwa Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 685 19.01.1960 Elder Dempster Lines Ltd., Liverpool Cargo 6,109 460 x 63.3 x 26.1ft draught Doxford diesel 2 S.C.S.A. 5,700bhp = 14kts by builder Steel 301338 5.1960 completed; 1981 "Clare"; 1981 "Resolve"; 1983 broken up at Gadani Beach, Pakistan.
Durban Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 496 29.05.1919 Admiralty Cruiser 4,723 472 (oa) 445 (pp) x 46 x14.5ft 2 shaft turbine 40,000shp = 29kts 6-6in  2-3in A.A.  12-21in T.T. 3"sides  1"deck  D Completed by Devonport Dockyard; Trawler Bow; 1939-41China; 1942-43 Eastern Fleet; 1944 Home Fleet; 9.6.1944 sunk as a breakwater at Ouisterham, Normandy
E 31 Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 463 23.08.1915 Admiralty Submarine 690disp 181 (oa)  180 (pp) x 22.5 x 12.5ft 2 shaft diesel - electric 1600 / 840hp = 15 / 10kts 5-18in T.T.  1-12pdr E 12.1915 completed; 1922 broken up Young, Sunderland.
E 51 Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 473 30.11.1916 Admiralty Submarine 690disp 181 (oa)  180 (pp) x 22.5 x 12.5ft 2 shaft diesel - electric 1600 / 840hp = 15 / 10kts 3-18 T.T.  1-12pdr  20mines E Originally ordered from Yarrow contract transferred 3.3.1915; 1.1917 completed; 1921 broken up South Wales Salvage Co.
Eagle Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 190 07.07.1879 Stackleberg Count G., St. Petersburg, Russia Steam Yacht 47 Steam Iron 7.1879 completed;
Eagle Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 06.10.1819 Leitch Q.J. & W., Greenock Barque (cargo) 205bm Wood 1.1820 completed;
Earlspark Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 543 19.06.1929 Denholm Line Steamers Ltd., Greenock Cargo 5,186 407.3 x 53.3 x 28.5ft draught T 3cyl 534nhp by builder Steel 161772 7.1929 completed; 19.6.1940 torpedoed & sunk Mediterranean British records : or 12.6.1940 sunk by "U-101" north west of Cape Finisterre 42.26N 11.33W o/v Sunderland - Bordeaux with coal 7 lost 31 survivors. German records;
Ebani Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 656 13.03.1952 Elder Dempster Lines Ltd., Liverpool Passenger/Cargo 9,396 508.3 x 64.4 x 28.2ft draught Doxford diesel 2 S.C.S.A. 6cyl 8,000bhp = 16kts by builder Steel 185437 6.1952 completed; 1977 broken up at Faslane.
Eboe Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 655 19.09.1951 Elder Dempster Lines Ltd., Liverpool Passenger/Cargo 9,397 508.3 x 64.4 x 27.8ft draught Doxford diesel 2 S.C.S.A. 6cyl 8,000bhp = 15.5 kts Steel 185423 2.1952 completed; 1977 "Giorgis" Liberia; 10.2.1978 broken up Karachi, Pakistan.
Ebro Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 18.10.1853 Scott John, Greenock Cargo 395bm Steam Iron 12.1853 completed;
Eclipse Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 553 30.06.1931 Standard Transportation Co., Hong Kong Tanker 9,766   14,025dwt  500 x 66 x 29.7ft draught Steam Steel 154063 8.1931 completed; 4.5.1942 damaged by a torpedo from "U-564" off Florida 26.30N 80.00W 2 lost, grounded, later salvaged; 1954 broken up.
Eclipse Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 03.1792 Robertson & Humphrey, Greenock Schooner (cargo) 75bm Wood
Eclipse Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 04.1799 Robertson & Humphrey, Greenock Sloop (cargo) 57bm Wood
Egori Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 673 12.06.1956 Elder Dempster Lines Ltd., Liverpool Cargo 8,586 509.0 x 64.4 x 27.10ft draught Doxford diesel 2  S.C.S.A. 6cyl 9,000bhp by builder Steel 187158 2.1957 completed; later "Aziz"; 1978 broken up.
Elba Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 11 26.05.1853 Bouchet Horace & Co., Naples, Italy Cargo 148 Steam Iron 6.1853 completed;
Eldonpark Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 537 31.05.1928 Denholm Line Steamers Ltd., Greenock Cargo 5,184 407.3 x 53.3 x 28.5ft draught T 3cyl 534nhp by builder Steel 160324 6.1928 completed; 7.2.1940 wrecked in the Bristol Channel.
Elettrico Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 67 16.09.1859 Florio J.& V., Palermo, Italy Cargo 578 Paddle Iron 10.1859 completed;
Elizabeth Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 03.01.1805 Stirling, Gordon & Co., Glasgow Sailing Ship (cargo) 388bm Wood 2.1805 completed;
Elizabeth Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 01.1804 Gordon John et al., Glasgow Sailing Ship (cargo) 396bm Wood
Elizabeth Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 03.1793 McKenzie K.& W., Greenock Sloop (cargo) 26bm Wood
Elizabeth Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 11.1786 Garden J.et al., Greenock Sailing Ship (cargo) 280bm Wood
Elk Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 536 19.05.1928 Glentanar Lord, Aboyne Motor Yacht 180  Diesel Steel 6.1928 completed;
Elsie Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 109 28.04.1864 MacGregor Duncan, London Blockade Runner 266 201.4 x 20.15 x 9.5ft Paddle Iron 6.1864 completed; For American civil war; 9.1864 captured by U.S.S.'s "Keystone" & "Quaker City" off Wilmington.
Ely Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 43 29.01.1857 Bristol Steam Navigation Co., Bristol Passenger 189 Paddle Iron 4.1857 completed; later "Adler";
Erin-go-bragh Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 26.09.1835 Ternan Patrick & Co., Drogheda Passenger/Cargo 460bm Paddle Wood 1835 completed;
Eriskay Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 714 20.03.1969 Swire John & Sons Ltd., London Bulk Carrier 12,485 Diesel Steel 337817 6.1969 completed; 1978 "Siganto A S" Martria Mar. S.A., Greece; 1980 "Samana" Caribbean Chartering Ltd., Caymans; 1981 Argonavi Ltd., Liberia; 1985 Nav. Samanda S.A., Dominican Republic; 1990 "Loon" Nav. Loon S.A., Panama; 1991 "Cumberland Sky" Mc Quilkin Bros., St. Vincent; 1996 "Kimberley" Perseus Shipping Corp., St. Vincent; 1997 broken up Chittagong, Bangladesh.
Erromanga Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 11.02.1845 Kelso James, Greenock Barque (cargo) 395bm Wood 2.1845 completed;
Escapade Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 556 30.01.1934 Admiralty Destroyer 1,860disp 329 (oa) 318.25(pp) x 33.25 x 8.5ft 2 shaft turbine 36,000shp = 35.5kts 4-4.7in  8-0.5mg's   8-21 T.T.         Steel E 8.1934 completed; 1947 broken up at Grangemouth.
Escort Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 557 29.03.1934 Admiralty Destroyer 1,860disp 329 (oa) 318.25(pp) x 33.25 x 8.5ft 2 shaft turbine 36,000shp = 35.5kts 4-4.7in  8-0.5mg's  8-21 T.T.         Steel E 10.1934 completed; 1940 Mediterranean; 8.7.1940 torpedoed by Italian submarine "Marconi" north of Cyprus & foundered in tow three days later.
Etna Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 94 13.10.1862 Florio J.& V., Palermo, Italy Cargo 605 Steam Iron 12.1862 completed;
Etna Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 137 20.04.1871 Royal Netherlands S.N. Co., Amsterdam Cargo 528 Steam Iron 5.1871 completed;
Euphemia Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 17.09.1860 Morrison, Glasgow Schooner (cargo) 120bm Wood 28885 9.1860 completed;
Europe Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 92 22.07.1864 French Line (C.G.T.), Paris, France Passenger   197-1st  88-2nd  29-3rd 3,071 345 x 44 x 30.5ft  Paddle 2x 1cyl simple 3,200ihp = 13kts Greenock Foundry Iron 4.1865 completed; 3.5.1865 maiden voyage Harve - New York; 1873 re-built 4,600 grt 394 ft & converted to screw propulsion; 3.4.1874 sprang a leak in the Atlantic abandoned & sank three weeks later.
European Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 23 20.04.1855 Henderson Robert, Glasgow Cargo 2,379 Steam Iron 4.1855 completed;
Euryalus Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 691 06.06.1963 Admiralty Frigate 2,860disp 372 (oa)     (pp) x 41 x 18ft draught 2 shaft turbine 30,000shp = 30kts 2-4.5in 2-40mm or 2-20mm guided weapons 1 Limbo 1 Helicopter Leander 9.1964 completed; 1990 broken up.
Eurybates Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 533 28.10.1927 Ocean S.S. Co. Ltd. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Cargo 6,443 2 shaft Scott Still combined steam & diesel each 5cyl diesel + 2cyl Steam Steel 149668 2.1928 completed; 1951 steam removed became true motorship; 1959 broken up Ghent, Belgium.
Evenement Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 89 03.03.1862 Valery Freres et Fils, Marseilles, France Cargo 334 Steam Iron 4.1862 completed;
Fair Trader Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 18.08.1829 Drogheda S.S. Co., Drogheda Cargo 200bm Paddle Wood 10.1829 completed;
Falaba Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 690 16.01.1962 Elder Dempster Lines Ltd., Liverpool Cargo 7,703 465 x 62 x 25.2ft draught Sulzer diesel 2 S.C.S.A. 5cyl 7,500bhp = 16kts by builder Steel 303200 5.1962 completed; 1978 "Leonor Maria" Xoces Ltd., U.K.; 1980 "Alexanders Trust" Trust Shipping, Greece; 1983 "City of Zug" Palmdale Navigation Co. Ltd., Cyprus; 1984 broken up Chittagong, Bangladesh.
Falls of Nith Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 415 28.08.1907 Falls Line S.S. Co. Ltd., Glasgow Cargo 4,712 Steam Steel 9.1907 completed;
Felix Argentino Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 130 01.07.1869 Catani Guiseppe, Buenos Aires, Argentina Passenger 50 Paddle Iron 7.1869 completed;
Fengtien Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 393 19.04.1905 China Navigation Co., London Cargo 1,765 267 x 40 x 14ft draught T 3cyl 2,146hp = 13.25kts  Steel 120532 5.1905 completed;
Flamingo Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 24.08.1822 Sinclair Robert et al., Greenock Schooner (cargo) 84bm Wood 9.1822 completed;
Flora Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 55 14.06.1858 Bristol General Steam Navigation Co., Bristol Cargo 571 215 x 25.7 x 13.5ft Paddle Iron 8.1858 completed; 1863 blockade runner; 1.1864 sank o/v Bermuda - Halifax for repairs.
Fly Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 03.1791 Campbell John, Glasgow Sloop (cargo) 45bm Wood
Foochow Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 332 25.07.1895 China Navigation Co., London Cargo 2,030 Steam Steel 105721 8.1895 completed;
Foros Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 289 09.06.1891 Kouserzoff Alex., Moscow, Russia Steam Yacht 913 Paddle Steel 8.1891 completed;
Fort Austin Scott-Lithgow Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 738 09.03.1978 Royal Fleet Auxiliary,  London Cargo 16,054   23,384disp  183 x 24 meters Diesel Steel 379796 6.1979 completed; 2005 in service;
Fort Avalon Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 648 13.04.1949 Bermuda & West Indies S.S. Co. Ltd., Bermuda Cargo   12 passengers 3,484   1,807nrt    4,014 dwt 363 x 49.9 x 20.6ft draught 1 shaft turbine (2) 3,000shp = 13.5 kts by builder Steel 183054 7.1949 completed; 1960 "Azur Med" Beirut, Lebanon; 1974 broken up Valencia, Spain.
Fort Grange Scott-Lithgow Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 737 09.12.1976 Royal Fleet Auxiliary, London Cargo 16,009   23,384disp 183.0 x 24.0 meters Diesel Steel 377548 4.1978 completed; 2000 "Fort Rosalie"; 2005 in service;
Fourah Bay Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 689 07.09.1961 Elder Dempster Lines Ltd., Liverpool Cargo 7,453    4,355nrt 465 x 62 x 25ft draught diesel 2 S.C.S.A. 5cyl 7,500bhp = 16 kts  Sulzer, Winterthur Steel 303188 12.1961 completed; later "Magda Josefina"; "Alexanders Faith"; "Lemina" Limassol; 1984 broken up Gadani Beach, Pakistan.
Francis Garnier Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 212 25.11.1881 Messageries Fluvialis de Cochinchina, Paris, France Passenger 178 Steam Iron 12.1881 completed;
Francois Marie Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 84 05.09.1861 Valery Freres et Fils, Marseilles, France Cargo 225 Steam Iron 10.1861 completed;
Friends Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 07.1802 Campbell, McCunn & McKellar, Glasgow Gabbart (cargo) 66bm Wood
Frolic Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 31.08.1827 Scott J. Jnr., Greenock Passenger/Cargo 100bm Paddle Wood 9.1827 completed; Clyde S.N. Co.; 1831 sold Pembroke - Haverford West route; 19.3.1831 wrecked near Swansea.
G 14 Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 462 17.05.1917 Admiralty Submarine 703disp 187 (oa)  185 (pp) x 22.5 x 13ft 2 shaft diesel-electric 1600 / 840hp = 14 / 10kts 1-3 A.A.  1-21in T.T.  4-18in T.T. G 8.1917 completed; 1917-18 based on the Tees; 1921 broken up Stanlee.
Galatea Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 559 09.08.1934 Admiralty Cruiser 5,451disp 506 (oa)   480(pp) x 51 x 13.75ft 4 shaft turbine 64,000shp = 32.25kts 6-6in  8-4in A.A.  8-2pdr A.A.  8-0.5  6-21in T.T.  1 aircraft 2" sides  2" deck  1" guns Arethusa 8.1935 completed; 1939 & 41 Mediterranean Fleet; 1940-41 Home Fleet; 15.12.1941 torpedoed & sunk by "U-557" off Alexandria.
Gallareta Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 418 29.04.1907 Cia Argentina de Lanchas, Buenos Aires, Argentina Lighter 472 Non Propelled Steel 5.1907 completed;
Gallineta Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 420 19.05.1907 Cia Argentina de Lanchas, Buenos Aires, Argentina Lighter 472 Non Propelled Steel 5.1907 completed;
Galvanic Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 121 10.05.1867 Belfast Steamship Co., Belfast Cargo 709 Steam Iron 49727 6.1867 completed;
Ganges Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 14.06.1816 Bailey J., Liverpool Sailing Ship (cargo) 430bm Wood 6.1816 completed;
Ganymede Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 189 07.08.1879 Ocean S.S. Co. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Cargo 405 Steam Iron 81299 9.1879 completed;
Garceta Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 439 27.03.1912 Cia Argentina de Lanchas, Buenos Aires, Argentina Lighter 472 Non Propelled Steel 4.1912 completed;
Garvelpark Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 369 07.06.1901 Garvel Park S.S. Co. (Denholm), Greenock Cargo 927 Steam Steel 114058 6.1901 completed;
Garza Blanca Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 417 02.04.1907 Cia Argentina de Lanchas, Buenos Aires, Argentina Lighter 472 Non Propelled Steel 5.1907 completed;
Garza Mora Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 416 02.04.1907 Cia Argentina de Lanchas, Buenos Aires, Argentina Lighter 472 Non Propelled Steel 5.1907 completed;
Garza Real Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 441 10.06.1912 Cia Argentina de Lanchas, Buenos Aires, Argentina Lighter 472 Non Propelled Steel 6.1912 completed;
Gas Lion Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 711 29.04.1968 Jebsen Kristian G. Skibs, Bergen, Norway Tanker (L.P.G.) 8,168 460.11 x 63.1 x 26.10ft draught Sulzer diesel 2 S.C.S.A. 7cyl 8,000bhp = 16.5 kts by builder   machy aft Steel 8.1968 completed; 1979 sold; 16.8.1985 arrived Cadiz, Spain to break up.
Gavilan Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 440 27.03.1912 Cia Argentina de Lanchas, Buenos Aires, Argentina Lighter 472 Non Propelled Steel 4.1912 completed;
Gaviota Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 419 29.04.1907 Cia Argentina de Lanchas, Buenos Aires, Argentina Lighter 472 Non Propelled Steel 5.1907 completed;
Geest Star Scott-Lithgow Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 729 21.06.1972 Geest Industries Ltd., Boston Cargo (refrigerated) 5,871 149.23 x 19.26 x 8.42 meters draught Sulzer diesel 6 RND 76 12,000bhp Steel 342632 1.1973 completed; 1986 "Frio Brazil"; 1990 "Frio Amazon"; 1994 "Sican"; 1995 "Nac"; 6.11.1995 broken up at Chittagong.
Geest Tide Scott-Lithgow Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 722 26.04.1971 Geest Industries Ltd., Boston Cargo (refrigerated) 5,871 149.23 oa x 19.21 x 8.44 meters draught Sulzer diesel 6 RND 76 12,000bhp Steel 342628 9.1971 completed; 1982 "Kuldiga" Riga, Latvia; 8.1993 broken up.
Geestcrest Scott-Lithgow Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 723 05.10.1971 Geest Industries Ltd., Boston Cargo (refrigerated) 5,871 149.23 oa x 19.21 x 8.45 meters draught Sulzer diesel 6RND 76 12,000bhp Steel 342629 2.1972 completed; 1982 "Kandava" Riga, Latvia; 10.1993 broken up.
Geestland Scott-Lithgow Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 728 21.02.1972 Geest Industries Ltd., Boston Cargo (refrigerated) 5,871 149.23oa x 19.23 x 8.33 meters Sulzer diesel 6RND76 12,000bhp Steel 342630 5.1972 completed; 1986 "Starland"; 1990 "Valparaiso Reefer" Comninos Enterprises S.A., Valetta, Malta; 1994 broken up.
General Abbatucci Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 51 08.09.1857 Valery Freres et Fils, Marseilles, France Cargo 428 Steam Iron 10.1857 completed;
George Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 10.12.1825 Cochrane R., Paisley Brig (cargo) 275bm Wood 1.1826 completed;
Gergovia Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 230 17.12.1883 Cyprien Faber et Cie., Marseilles, France Cargo 2,024 280.1 x 36.7ft 2 shaft Steam = 10kts Greenock Foundry Iron 2.1884 completed; 1924 broken up.
Gifford Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 305 28.04.1892 Gifford Shipping Co., Glasgow Barque (cargo) 2,251 281.6 x 42.3 x 24.6ft Steel 99822 6.1892 completed; 1898 Andrew Weir & Co., Glasgow; 25.9.1903 wrecked on Mussel Rock, San Francisco o/v from Newcastle N.S.W. with coal.
Glasgow Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 564 20.6.1936 Admiralty Cruiser 9,100disp 591.5 (oa)   558(pp) x 61.75 x 17ft 4 shaft turbine 75,000shp = 32kts 12-6in  8-4in A.A.  8-2pdr A.A.  8-0.5  6-21in T.T.  3 aircraft 4" sides 2" deck  2" guns Southampton 9.1937 completed; 1940 brought King & Government of Norway to U.K.; 7.1940 sank destroyer "Imogen" in a collision; 1941 damaged by two torpedoes at Suda Bay, Crete; 30.3.1943 captured German blockade runner "Regensburg"; 1958 broken up Hughes Bolckow, Blyth.
Glasgow Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 03.1829 Burns G.& J., Glasgow Cargo 280 Paddle Wood
Glaucus Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 337 28.04.1896 Ocean S.S. Co. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Cargo 5,295 Steam Steel 6.1896 completed;
Glen Albyn Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 28.05.1834 Glen Albyn S.P. Co., Glasgow Passenger/Cargo 131bm 121.4 x 19.4 x 12.7ft Paddle 165nhp Wood 9.1834 completed; 1837 North British S.N. Co., Glasgow; 1838 General Shipping Co., Berwick-on-Tweed;
Gleneden Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 425 21.04.1909 Gleneden S.S. Co. (Gardiner), Glasgow Cargo 4,735   7,744dwt  400 x 52 x 24.1ft draught Steam Steel 128280 5.1909 completed; 25.1.1940 wrecked 0.5nm southeast of Puffin Island, Anglesey, constructive total loss.
Glenlee Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 389 24.10.1904 Western S.S. Co. (Gardiner), Glasgow Cargo 4,140   2,650nrt  377.1 x 49.5 x 25.8ft 1 shaft T 3cyl 420nhp = 10kts Dunsmuir & Jackson, Glasgow Steel 11.1904 completed; 1915 torpedoed & sunk by "U-41" 67nm southwest of Wolf's Rock.
Glenlyon Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 392 17.06.1905 Indian S.S. Co. (Gardiner), Glasgow Cargo 4,149   2,654nrt  377.1 x 49.5 x 25.8ft 1 shaft T 3cyl 420nhp = 10kts Dunsmuir & Jackson, Glasgow Steel 7.1905 completed; 31.3.1913 wrecked on Aldabra Island, Red Sea o/v Delagoa Bay - Karachi with coal.
Glenorchy Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 426 19.05.1909 Indian S.S. Co. (Gardiner), Glasgow Cargo 4,737   3,019nrt  400 x 52 x 26.9ft 1 shaft T 3cyl 513nhp Dunsmuir & Jackson, Glasgow Steel 128286 6.1909 completed; 1917 Furness Withy & Co.; 1.3.1920 wrecked off Victoria Bar, Brazil o/v New York - Victoria.
Glenpark Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 319 08.11.1893 Glenpark S.S. Co. (Denholm), Greenock Cargo 860 212.3 x 31.2ft T 3cyl 520ihp by builder Steel 102382 11.1893 completed; 1904 "Cito" Vesterhavet (J. Lauritzen), Denmark; 1916 M. Nielsen, Copenhagen; 1927 "Jan" various Swedish & Finnish owners; 1953 broken up at Hendrick Ido Ambacht, Netherlands.
Glenroy Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 571 15.08.1938 Glen Line Ltd., Liverpool Cargo 8,997 507 (oa)  475 (pp) x 66.5 x 30.5ft 2 shaft B&W diesel 2 S.C.D.A. 12cyl 12,000bhp = 18kts Steel 166256 12.1938 completed; 10.1939 H.M.S. "Glenroy" requisioned by the Admiralty; 1941Landing Ship Infantry (Large); 8.1946 returned; 1966 broken up.
Gogo Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 151 05.03.1872 Scott John, Greenock Cargo 566 Steam Iron 63473 4.1872 completed; later "Guiseppe";
Gorgon Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 424 27.08.1908 Ocean S.S. Co. (Blue Funnel Line), Liverpool Cargo 2,885 Steam Steel 127935 10.1908 completed;
Gosford Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 299 07.12.1891 Briggs Francis, Leith Barque (cargo) 2,251 Steel 1.1892 completed;
Gourock Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 1 18.02.1852 Seath Thomas, Glasgow Cargo 54 113bp x 13 x 6ft depth Paddle Iron 2.1852 completed;
Gowanburn Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 244 05.04.1886 Shankland D. & R. et al., Greenock Barque (cargo) 2,079 Steel 93181 4.1886 completed;
Gracia Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 510 06.05.1921 Donaldson Bros., Glasgow Cargo (refrigerated) 5,642 turbine Steel 144258 6.1921 completed; 1939 Donaldson South America Line Ltd. (Donaldson Bros. & Black Ltd.), Glasgow; 15.1.1940 damaged by a mine 5nm west southwest of the Bar Lightvessel, Liverpool; 19.2.1941 bombed & sunk German aircraft 59.39N 07.24W o/v Manchester - St John N.B. Canada in ballast; all 48 saved
Graecia Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 127 24.04.1869 Morris, Munro & Co., Glasgow Cargo 410 Steam Iron 60422 5.1869 completed; later "Aspramonte";
Graigffion Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 712 05.09.1968 Graig Shipping Co. Ltd., Cardiff Bulk Carrier 18,452 610.6 x 82.8 x 35.4ft draught Sulzer diesel 2 S.C.S.A. 6cyl =14kts by builder machy aft Steel 334952 12.1968 completed; 1979 "Global Sun"; 1986 broken up at Pusan, South Korea.
Graigwerdd Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 696 26.05.1964 Graig Shipping Co. Ltd., Cardiff Bulk Carrier 18,617 610.6 x 82.10 x 33.4ft draught Sulzer diesel 2 S.C.S.A. 6cyl 9,470bhp by builder   machy aft Steel 305255 8.1964 completed; 1974 "Anthony" Anthony Shipping Co. S.A., Greece; 1981 "Epta Dafnes" Seafaith Shipping Co. Inc., Greece; 1983 "Lillian" Lillian Mara Inc., Panama; 26.9.1985 broken up.
Grana Veile Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock completed 1835 Drogheda S.S. Co., Drogheda Passenger/Cargo 245 Paddle Wood
Grecian Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 122 17.10.1868 Orr William et al., Greenock Sailing Ship (cargo) 1,332 223.9 x 36.2 Iron 62071 11.1868 completed; 1878 Jas. Nourse; 29.11.1896 wrecked off Monserrat o/v Trinidad - London with asphalt & coconuts; 1 survivor.
Grecian Legend Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 716 27.08.1969 Legend Maritime Corp. (Goulandris), Monrovia, Liberia Bulk Carrier 22,993 Diesel Steel 10.1969 completed;
Grecian Spirit Scott-Lithgow Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 717 05.10.1970 Spirit Maritime Corp. (Goulandris), Monrovia, Liberia Bulk Carrier 22,992 Diesel Steel 11.1970 completed; 1988 "Homer"; 9.2.1998 arrived Gadani Beach, Pakistan to break up.
Green Isle Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 13.09.1833 Drogheda S.S. Co., Drogheda Passenger/Cargo 213bm Paddle Wood 1833 completed;
Greenock Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 30.04.1849 Admiralty Frigate 1,437bm 210 x 37.5ft Steam 718 hp 6-8in  4-32pdr     Iron ex "Pegasus";  5.1850 completed; First steam frigate built on the Clyde; 8.1852 sold Australian Screw Shipping Co.
Grenada Scott John & Sons, Westburn, Greenock 13.12.1806 Ashley & Co., Liverpool Sailing Ship (cargo) 407bm Wood 1806 completed;
Grenade (ii) Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Cartsdyke, Greenock 631 cancelled 1944 Admiralty Destroyer 1,980disp 365 (oa) 341.5(pp) x 38 x 10.5ft 2 shaft turbine 40,000shp = 35kts 6-4in A.A.  6-40mm A.A.  10-21in T.T. Weapon Introduced en echelon arrangement of boiler & engine rooms; Armament reduced by 2-4in A.A. to incorporate ATW (two squids);  23.12.1944 cancelled.
Greta Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 173 15.06.1876 Scott John IV, Greenock Steam Yacht 40 76 x 12ft C 2cyl 58hp = 7.5kts by builder Iron 9.1876 completed; later Miss Finnie, Kilmarnock;
Greta Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 178 23.05.1877 Scott John & Robert S, Greenock Steam Yacht 46 84 x 12.6ft C 2cyl 76hp = 8.25kts by builder Iron 1877 completed;
Greta Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock 183 03.06.1878 Scott John & Robert S, Greenock Steam Yacht 57 90 x 14ft C 2cyl tandem 105hp = 9.33kts by builder Iron 76175 1878 completed;
Greta Scott John & Co., Cartsdyke, Greenock