|Name HM Yacht Fairy|
Fate Broken up, 1868
Construction started 1844
Length 44 m
|Laid down 1844|
Type Steam yacht
|Builder Thames Ironworks and Shipbuilding Company|
HMY Fairy was a small royal yacht and tender to the HMY Victoria and Albert. Built in 1844 by Ditchburn and Mare at Leamouth, she was commissioned in 1845.
She was 146 feet long with a beam of 21 feet and was 312 tons burden, and was able to cruise in shallow waters and as well as her duties as a tender, she sailed from London to Scotland and conveyed the Royal family to the Isle of Wight. She was replaced by the HMY Alberta in 1863.