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Gaelic Name: Iuno
Wemyss Bay - Rothesay
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 Picture: En route to Rothesay, Ships of CalMac Collection
Type: Steel DSMV
Callsign: GUMS
Built: 1974
Launched: 9/16/1974
Entered Service: 02/12/1974
Disposed: N/A
Ordered By: Caledonian MacBrayne
Registered: Glasgow
Launched by: Mrs W. M. Little the then wife of the STG's Managing Director
Named after: Roman God. Previous Juno's: Glasgow & South Western fleet 1898 paddle steamer / CSP 1937 paddle steamer, both were turned into mine sweepers
Length: 66.45m
Draught: 2.41m
Breadth: 13.8m
Gross tonnage: 854
Passengers: 510
Cars: 40
Crew: 10
Lifeboats (Number of): 2
Builders: James Lamont & Co. Ltd., Port Glasgow
Yard No: 419
Engine Builders: Mirrlees Blackstone Ltd, Stockport
Machinery: 2 x 4SCSA 8 cylinder diesel engines, 1000 bhp each, driving Voith Schneider propellers, one each end on centreline
Speed: 12 kts
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First vessel to display CalMacs website url on superstructure, she was fitted with the flying bridge from new unlike her sister JUPITER.
Juno is the younger of the two 'streakers' which are both fitted with revolutionary Voith-Schneider propeller units fitted fore and aft (15kts ahead, 13 kts astern and 3 sideways). Laid up on 22nd April 2007.
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