Registry and Rig Information

Registry U.S.
Official Number 100680
Rig Propeller

Dimensions and Tonnage

Length 225.00
Width 40.00
Depth 24.58
Gross Tonnage 2427.00
Net Tonnage 1468.00
Hull Material Steel
Hull Number 00035

Vessel History

History Sold at U.S. Marshall's sale, Chicago, to Francis Bloodgood, Jr., of Milwaukee, and resold to or he represented owner (Wisconsin & Michigan Steamship Co.).Under charter, 1933, to Goodrich-West Ports Steamship Co.
During dismantling at Muskegon on March 16, 1947, five firemen were asphyxiated and nine others hospitalized by a fire. Hull was listed downbound past Detroit, July 20, 1947, in tow of tugs HELENA and MCQUEEN, and was scrapped by Steel Co., of Canada, Ltd., at Hamilton, Ont., in 1947.
Disposition Laid up at Muskegon, MI, c.1940. Hulls stripped, and engine removed in 1943, for use in Ford barges being reconverted at New Orleans.

Build Information

Builder Chicago Ship Building Co.
Place Built Chicago, IL
Date Built 1899-00-00


Source HCGL

Vessel Owners

NameBegin DateEnd DateRegistryOfficial Number
Chicago, Racine & Milwaukee Line1921-00-001922-00-00U.S.100680
Fisher Steel & Supply Co.1947-00-001947-00-00U.S.100680
Goodrich Transit Co.1922-00-001933-00-00U.S.100680
Northern Michigan Transportation Co.1899-00-001921-00-00U.S.100680
Sand Products Corp.1936-00-001940-00-00U.S.100680
Wisconsin & Michigan Steamship Co.1933-00-001936-00-00U.S.100680
Wisconsin & Michigan Steamship Co.1940-00-001947-00-00U.S.100680