The SS Clan Macneil was a British cargo steamer of the Clan Line. She was built by the Ayrshire Dockyard, Irvine, North Ayrshire and launched on 1 December 1921. As with the majority of the ships of the Clan Line, she was named after a Scottish clan, in this case Clan MacNeil. Clan Macneil collided with the Belgian cargo ship SS|Princess Marie Jose on 8 August 1937 in the North Sea off Dunkerque, Nord, France. Princess Marie Jose beached herself there to avoid sinking and was refloated on 10 August. Clain Macneil served during the Second World War and was scrapped at Port Glasgow in May 1952.

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  • The SS Clan Macneil was a British cargo steamer of the Clan Line. She was built by the Ayrshire Dockyard, Irvine, North Ayrshire and launched on 1 December 1921. As with the majority of the ships of the Clan Line, she was named after a Scottish clan, in this case Clan MacNeil. Clan Macneil collided with the Belgian cargo ship SS|Princess Marie Jose on 8 August 1937 in the North Sea off Dunkerque, Nord, France. Princess Marie Jose beached herself there to avoid sinking and was refloated on 10 August. Clain Macneil served during the Second World War and was scrapped at Port Glasgow in May 1952. (en)
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  • The SS Clan Macneil was a British cargo steamer of the Clan Line. She was built by the Ayrshire Dockyard, Irvine, North Ayrshire and launched on 1 December 1921. As with the majority of the ships of the Clan Line, she was named after a Scottish clan, in this case Clan MacNeil. Clan Macneil collided with the Belgian cargo ship SS|Princess Marie Jose on 8 August 1937 in the North Sea off Dunkerque, Nord, France. Princess Marie Jose beached herself there to avoid sinking and was refloated on 10 August. Clain Macneil served during the Second World War and was scrapped at Port Glasgow in May 1952. (en)
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