| Miss England III|
| 9.5 ft (2.9 m)|
| Racing monohull hydroplane|
2 × 2,000 hp (1,500 kW) @ 3,000 rpm
Twin Rolls-Royce R-type V-12 aero engines
Geared drive to twin screws, running @ 9,000 rpm
119.81 mph (104.11 kn; 192.82 km/h) on 18 July 1932, Kaye Don, Loch Lomond
John I. Thornycroft & Company
Miss England III was the name of the last of a series of speedboats used by Henry Segrave and Kaye Don to contest world water speed records in the 1920s and 1930s.
Miss England III Wikipedia
Miss England III differs from the earlier Miss Englands in using twin screws. The type R engines from Miss England II were also further developed by improved supercharging.
On 18 July 1932, Kaye Don set a new world water speed record of 119.81 mph (104.11 kn; 192.82 km/h) on Loch Lomond. The record stood until August, falling to a new four-engined Miss America X at 124.91 mph (108.54 kn; 201.02 km/h). Don declined any further records, and Miss England III went to a museum.