Registry and Rig Information

Registry U.S.
Official Number 125149
Rig Tug

Dimensions and Tonnage

Length 57.42
Width 11.00
Depth 5.00
Gross Tonnage 27.07
Net Tonnage 16.24
Hull Material Iron

Vessel History

Rebuilds Canadian measures, 1941 (57 x 13 x 6; 31 gross - 21 registered).
History First enrollment issued at Oswego, NY, July 1, 1873.Vessel reported as \"sailed for Santiago, Cuba, October 7, 1923, not reported since.\" Sailed from St. Marys River, MI. Tug S.S. MAC appears in 1941 Canadian List of Shipping as recovered wreck built at Thessalon, Ontario, in 1941. In July, 1962, Captain James F. McColman, of Thessalon, said that he and his two sons, Sherlock and Solomon, recovered the S.S. MAC off Detour, MI. The CAYUGA was owned by T.L. Durocher, of Detour, MI, when she was \"lost\" in 1923.
Disposition Hull obviously had been abandoned at Thessalon, Ontario, boneyard as early as 1963, although still carried on Canadian List of Shipping.

Build Information

Builder Bell, David
Place Built Buffalo, NY
Date Built 1872-00-00


Source HCGL

Vessel Names

NameBegin DateRegistryOfficial Number
S.S. MAC1941-00-00CANADA171016