Depth: 50 Feet Bottom: Mud
Access: Boat Level: Intermediate to Advanced
Year built unknown Built at: unknown
Vessel Type Steam Yacht Hull Materials: wood
Builder Name: unknown Propulsion: propeller
Length: 86 feet. Beam 20 feet.
Depth of hold: unknown Tonnage: unknown
Date of loss: before 1970 Cause: salvaged and burned
The remains of the Yacht Dauntless are midpoint between
Washington Island (east of Clayton) and
In 1921 Brown Boat Line acquired the Dauntless with the
capacity to hold 100 passengers. At the time she was the largest motor yachts
on the river operating a regular passenger schedule between Clayton and
AUGUST 15, 1921.
100 PASSENGER POWERBOAT IN BROWN FLEET
Dauntless, newest addition to the Brown Boat Line operating
between Clayton and
The boat will replace the old Just Brown I on the schedule
and with the Just Brown II will connect with all incoming and outgoing trains
at Clayton to and from
Capt M. P. Brown is in charge of the Dauntless.