St Clair (III)
St Clair (III) (gross tonnage 3,302) Length 297 feet x Beam 49 feet.
St Clair(III) was built in 1960 at the Ailsa yard, Troon, was the last non ro-ro ship to be built for the North Company. The superstructure was of aluminium and she was the first of the North boats to have anti-roll stabilisers fitted. She was also the first to have chill and refrigerated cargo space, and the last to have 1st Class and 2nd Class accommodation. Her building cost was £1,000,000.
She was scrapped in 1987 at Gadani beach, Pakistan.