The Steam Museum | Steam Tug “Cervia”
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About This Project

The largest ‘object’ in the collection is the Steam Tug “CERVIA”, which can be seen at the Ramsgate Museum. Weighing in at over 350 tons, and powered by a massive 1,000 HP triple expansion engine, Cervia is a rare survivor from the pinnacle of steam ship development. Cervia is the last sea-going steam tug to survive in UK waters, and she was also the last to work commercially!

Read a full history of Cervia here.