The Steam/Sail ship Hansteen was built in 1867 and is still sailing (sometimes).
She is now the only ship from the time when steam was introduced as propulsion for ship, but not entirely thrusted.
She is now a Museum Ship in Trondheim, Norway and make occasional trips around the Trondheimsfjord during the summer season. You are invited to view her, or even sail on her;
Here is a video from 2018:
Capt. Storlie, who was in command on this 3-day trip and published this video, is normally Captain on a top modern Electric powered Car/Pax ferry with all the “bells and whistles” that operate across the Trondheimsfjord. Quite a jump from that to this.