Registry and Rig Information

Registry U.S.
Official Number U.S. ARMY
Rig Tug

Dimensions and Tonnage

Length 59.25
Width 15.75
Depth 7.00
Gross Tonnage 39.00
Net Tonnage 26.00
Hull Material Wood

Vessel History

History Purchased by Corps of Engineers in 1923.Sunk and abandoned at Cleveland sometime prior to 1983 near to the Eagle Street bridge. Partially salvaged and removed in 1988.

Build Information

Place Built Baltimore, MD
Date Built 1923-00-00


Source HCGL

Vessel Names

NameBegin DateRegistryOfficial Number

Vessel Owners

NameBegin DateEnd DateRegistryOfficial Number
Clark Marine Towing & Salvage Co.1957-00-001958-00-00U.S.257862
D.A. Dyche Salvage Co., Inc.1961-00-001963-00-00U.S.257862
Dadco Corp. (OH)1963-00-001968-00-00U.S.257862
Dyche Insular Line, Ltd.1975-00-00U.S.257862
Dyche International, Inc.1968-00-001975-00-00U.S.257862
Erik A. Solberg1959-00-001961-00-00U.S.257862
Frank C. Pettis, Jr.1958-00-001959-00-00U.S.257862
Schmeelk & Bros. Towing & Transportation Co.1952-00-001955-00-00U.S.257862
Thomas L. Schmeelk, Jr.1955-00-001957-00-00U.S.257862
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers1923-00-001950-00-00U.S.U.S. ARMY
William F. Schmeelk1950-00-001952-00-00U.S.257862