Great Lakes Vessels Online Index
Registry and Rig Information
- Vessel Name: CROSTHWAITE, W.S.
- Nationality: U.S.
- Official Number: 80344
- Rig: Schooner
Dimensions and Tonnage
- Length: 197.66
- Width: 34.00
- Depth: 13.25
- Masts: 3
- Gross Tonnage: 673.00
- Net Tonnage: 639.00
- Hull Material: Wood
- Hull Number:
- Rebuilds: Tonnage and dimension change, 1902 (197.66 x 33.33 x 12; 683 gross - 630 net).
- History: First enrolled, Port Huron, MI, on May 7, 1873. Vessel was chartered to Atlantic Transportation Co., NY, and taken to East Coast in 1898. Was returned to Lakes in July, 1901.
- Disposition: Burned in anchorage below Whitefish Point, Lake Superior on November 19, 1904, while waiting for weather to clear. Was upbound light in tow of propeller E.N. SAUNDERS. Crew of seven rescued. Final enrollment was surrendered at Cleveland, OH, on December 23, 1904.
- Builder: Crosthwaite, William
- Place Built: East Saginaw, MI
- Year Built: 1873
||1873 - 1874
||1874 - 1874
|John Kelderhouse and William H. Gilva
||1874 - 1878
|John Kelderhouse and James McIlwee
||1878 - 1879
|Gilchrist Transportation Co. (J.C. Gilchrist, President)
||1879 - 1904
|No name changes recorded.