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Bulimba (1882)

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RMS Bulimba

The Bulimba was Built by A&J Inglis Glasgow, UK, in 1881 for A Gray and E S Dawes and operated by the Associated Steamers for the Queensland route from London to Brisbane. It was launched on 1 September 1882. On 29 December 1882 it was completed as Bulimba for the British India Steam Navigation Company Ltd (BISNC) at a cost of 56,300 pounds with a passenger capacity for 37 first class, 16 second class, and 1,361 deck passengers.

On 1 January 1883 the Bulimba left London for its maiden voyage to Brisbane via Suez and Batavia. Ownership was taken over by Gray Dawes & Co in 1885. In 1886 the Registered owners are British India Associated Steamers Ltd.

The Bulimba was a Royal Mail Steamer (RMS), carrying Queensland Royal mail.

Voyages of the Bulimba bringing Immigrants to Queensland

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