Registry and Rig Information

Registry U.S.
Official Number 206194
Rig Steam Yacht

Dimensions and Tonnage

Length 118.33
Width 18.25
Depth 9.75
Gross Tonnage 146.00
Net Tonnage 83.00
Hull Material Wood
Hull Number 00443

Vessel History

Rebuilds Corps of Engineers measures, 1913 (125 x 18.25 x 10; 120 tons).
History Yacht designed by John F. Small, of Boston, MA. Temporary enrollment (#145) issued at Boston, MA, on May 24, 1909; Permanent enrollment (#21) issued at Toledo, OH, on June 23, 1909, and renewed there on May 15, 1912 (#1), surrendered at Detroit on November 14, 1913, upon sale to U.S. Government. Vessel valued at $32,000 upon sale in 1913.Redocumented at Buffalo, NY, on October 5, 1928, and surrendered there on February 26, 1937, with Cowle as sole owner during the entire period.
*Note: Annual List of Merchant Vessels of United States list vessel being transferred to Port Huron District, with Wickes Brothers, Saginaw, MI, as owners, 1931-1937. This is not supported by official enrollment papers on file in Washington, DC.
Disposition Removed from documentation at Buffalo, NY, on February 26, 1937, and endorsed \"scrapped.\"

Build Information

Builder Lawley, George & Son Co.
Place Built Boston, MA
Date Built 1909-00-00


Source HCGL

Vessel Names

NameBegin DateEnd DateRegistryOfficial Number
GLADWIN (U.S. Corps/Engr.)1913-00-001914-00-00U.S.206194
GEN. G.J. LYDECKER (U.S. Corps/Engr.)1914-00-001928-00-00U.S.206194

Vessel Owners

NameBegin DateEnd DateRegistryOfficial Number
Edward Ford1909-00-001913-00-00U.S.206194
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers1913-00-001928-00-00U.S.206194
Benjamin L. Cowles1928-00-001937-00-00U.S.206194