Refer to Samshui
|IMO/ID No. 109872|
|Gross Registered Tonnage||2,861 grt. 1818 nett|
|Builder||Hong Kong & Whampoa Dockyard & Co. Kowloon. Yard No.344.|
|Hull||Steel, clincher construction.|
|Decks||2, plus shade deck.|
|Engine Builder||Hong Kong & Whampoa Dockyard & Co.|
|Engine Type||Steam, 2 x triple expansion.|
|Engine Power||260 nhp.|
|Propulsion mode||Twin screw|
|Generator voltage||110 V.dc.|
Refer to "Sam Shui"
April 1903. On delivery the ship had a white hull. Ownership:- Hong Kong, Canton & Macao Steamboat Co. 5/8, and the China Navigation Co. 3/8.
September 9th. 1906. Blown onto a sandy beach at Capsuimun during a typhoon.
October 19th.1906 Refloated.
June 1935. C.N.Co. sold their share in the "Kinshan" to the Hong Kong, Canton & Macao Steamboat Co.
December 9th.1941. Scuttled, as a boom, across the entrance of the Yaumati basin, Kowloon.
1942. Raised by the Japanese, renamed "Haichian Maru"
December 29th.1942. Torpedoed by the submarine "USS Thresher" south of Billiton Island in the Riau Archipelago south of Singapore. Position 4.45 S 113.54 E
Built for the West river passenger sarvice.