|/ /1866||North British Steam Packet Company|
Places order for its first two Clyde steamers with A & J Inglis, ready for the 1866 season, PS Meg Merrilies [I] and PS Dandie Dinmont [I].
|/ /1866||PS Dandie Dinmont [I]|
Sails from Helensburgh Pier to Rothesay Pier and through the Kyles of Bute to Ardrishaig Pier. In competition with Hutchison. Service withdrawn as not viable and due to finances of the North British Railway in general.
|/ /1868||PS Dandie Dinmont [I]|
Transferred to operate the Granton Pier to Burntisland Pier [1st] service. (Sometimes also operating between Tayport and Broughty Pier.)
|/ /1869||PS Dandie Dinmont [I]|
Returns to Clyde in 1869 for the Helensburgh Pier to Dunoon Pier and Holy Loch service.
|/ /1869||PS Carham|
Relocated to the Clyde. Operated from Helensburgh Pier to piers on the Gareloch and Dunoon (when the PS Dandie Dinmont [I] was unavailable).
|/ /1885||PS Dandie Dinmont [I]|
Withdrawn from service, becomes spare boat.
|/ /1888||PS Dandie Dinmont [I]|
Southsea, Ventnor, Sandown and Shanklin Steamboat Co. Ltd. buys PS Dandie Dinmont [I].
|25/07/1891||PS Dandie Dinmont [I]|
Leaves moorings, springs leak and sinks in Portsmouth Harbour leaving funnels above water. Restored and returned to service 1892.
|/ /1899||PS Dandie Dinmont [I]|
Withdrawn from service.
|/ /1901||PS Dandie Dinmont [I]|
Laid up. On mudflats at Bembridge Harbour.
|28/11/1902||PS Dandie Dinmont [I]|
Dragged from mudflats. Subsequently broken up in the Netherlands, at Slikkerveer near Rotterdam.