- 1939 - 1975 Earl of Zetland
- 1975 - 1985 Celtic Surveyor
- 1985 - 2007 La Passerelle
Built in 1939 by Hall Russell & Co. Ltd of Aberdeen as a passenger vessel, EARL OF ZETLAND has a steel hull and an engine by British Auxiliaries Limited, 627 kw. She was named EARL OF ZETLAND from 1939 - 1975 and Celtic Surveyor from 1975 - 1985, then La Passarelle.
Between 1993 and 1996 she was moored in Sovereign harbour in Eastbourne, continuing her role as a restaurant and function venue.
In 2007 she was reported to be located at Royal Quays, North Shields in Newcastle.
Turner, Graham, Ships Monthly: Dining Afloat: A review of Britain's floating restaurants, pp19-21, December 1990
Vessel built by Hall Russell & Co. Ltd. in Aberdeen, Scotland
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