Duke of Clarence
1906(Pier Head PHF-60)
- Class: Passenger
- Displacement: 1,458 tons
- Dimensions: 310 x 36 x 15 ft.
- Machinery: Steam reciprocating = 17 knots
- Builder: Laird Brothers, Birkenhead, 1892
- Service: The first of six similar Fleetwood "dukes" built over a 15 year period for the Lancashire & Yorkshire RR joint service with the London & North Western RR. Operated on the Fleetwood-Belfast and Fleetwood-Londonderry routes until 1906. Then transferred to the East Coast for summer service between Hull and Zeebrugge, returning to the West Coast each winter. After war service she returned to the Hull-Zeebrugge route until 1930, when she was sold for scrap.