High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Napier and Miller (also
Messers Napier and Miller) are Scottish shipbuilders at Old
Kilpatrick, Glasgow, Scotland. The company built two large,
double-ended steam passenger ferries for the Port Jackson and Manly
Steamship Company Limited in Sydney, Australia, launched in 1927
and 1928. They were named "Dee Why" and "Curl Curl" and were in
service until 1968 and 1960 respectively. Their triple-expansion,
four cylinder reciprocating engines were built by W F Henderson.
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