Ss Glen Etive
The Glen Etive was a product of the yard of Messrs T. B. Seath of Rutherglen. She was 80 ft in length by 12½ ft in breadth, 44 gross tons at register, and was propelled by a single screw. Her route was from Achnacloich to Loch Etive-head, in connection with the Glen Coe tour.1

“Steamer on Loch Etive. On Saturday the new steamer Glen Etive, with a specially-invited party and the owners board, sailed up Loch Etive the head of the Loch. That route, which is to opened to the public to-day, is one of the most interesting in Scotland, the scenery being grand, and the historical associations connected with it unequalled by any part of Scotland. A coach is to run from the head of Loch Etive convey passengers to Glencoe, who can return to Oban per steamer by way Loch Linnhe.”—Greenock Advertiser, Monday July 5, 1880.

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