COLUMBIA

Registry and Rig Information

Name COLUMBIA
Registry U.S.
Official Number 127665
Rig Propeller

Dimensions and Tonnage

Length 200.00
Width 45.00
Depth 18.00
Gross Tonnage 968.00
Net Tonnage 549.00
Hull Material Steel
Hull Number 00148

Vessel History

History Struck dock at Sarnia, Ont., September 6, 1971, while on Labor Day excursion. Gang fight broke out on May 28, 1984, resulting in several arrests and a pledge for tighter security. While on a moonlight cruise on Lake St. Clair on August 10, 1984, struck a 23-foot cabin cruiser which had run too close. There were no reported injuries on either vessel.
Disposition Towed to Buffalo, NY, for possible restoration, 2015.

Build Information

Builder Detroit Ship Building Co.
Place Built Wyandotte, MI
Date Built 1902-00-00

Source

Source HCGL

Vessel Owners

NameBegin DateEnd DateRegistryOfficial Number
Detroit & Windsor Ferry Co.1911-00-001938-00-00U.S.127665
Bob-Lo Steamers (MI)1938-00-001939-00-00U.S.127665
Bob-Lo Excursion Co.1940-00-001948-00-00U.S.127665
Bob-Lo Co.1948-00-001991-00-00U.S.127665
Baja Beach Club1991-00-001995-00-00U.S.127665
Lansdowne Night Clubs Inc.1995-00-001996-00-00U.S.127665
Steamer St. Claire Foundation, Inc.1996-00-00U.S.127665
Detroit, Belle Isle, & Windsor Ferry Co.1902-01-011911-12-31U.S.127665
The Steamer Columbia Foundation1996-02-012006-12-01U.S.127665
S.S.Columbia Project, Inc.2006-12-31U.S.127665