| 1861 ||October; Launched for Brownlow Lumsden & Co|
| 1868 ||Lengthened|
| 1872 ||New engine & boilers|
| 1878 ||Bought by the Wilson Line from Brownlow Marsdin & Co.|
| 1878 ||Damage repairs|
| 1890 ||Trondheim - Christiansund - Aalesund - Hull |
| 1896 ||Sold to Steamship "Marie" Co - resold to Webster & Barraclough|
| 1897 ||Sold to West Hartlepool Steam Navigation Co|
| 1902 ||Scrapped at Garston, Lancashire|
|The information listed above is not the complete record of the ship. The information was collected from a multitude of sources, and new information will be added as it emerges|
The Panther was built 1861 by Brownlow, Lumsden & Co in Hull, for their own
company. Launched in October 1861. She was a 912 gross ton ship, 697 under deck and 590 net. She had a length of 235.2 feet x beam 27.7 feet, and holds 14.2 feet deep. Raised Quarter Deck 171 feet long and forecastle 24 feet long. In 1868 the ship was lengthened, and in 1878 she had damage repairs. Rigging was iron single screw 3 masts steam Schooner, 1 deck & partial awning
deck 83 feet long and 3 cemented bulkheads, iron construction. When built there was passenger accommodation for 58 passengers. This increased to 149 after December 1875.
Propulsion: compound engine with 2 inverted cylinders of 27 & 51 in.
diameter respectively; stroke 30 inches; operating at 65 p.s.i.; 111 horsepower; new
engine & boilers in 1872; engine built by C.D. Holmes & Co. in Hull.
In 1870 her owners became Brownlow, Marsdin & Co. Acquired by the Wilson Line in 1878. On
3.1.1896 she was sold to Steamship "Marie" Co, Liverpool and resold to Webster & Barraclough, West Hartlepool the same year. She went to the West Hartlepool Steam Navigation Co on
1.3.1897 and in 1902 was scrapped at Garston, Lancashire. [The Wilson Line by John Harrower][Lloyd's registry of ships]