Registry and Rig Information

Registry U.S.
Official Number 203906
Rig Propeller

Dimensions and Tonnage

Length 532.00
Width 56.00
Depth 31.00
Gross Tonnage 7064.00
Net Tonnage 5500.00
Hull Material Steel
Hull Number 00349

Vessel History

Rebuilds Converted to self-unloader by American Ship Building Co., at Lorain, OH, in 1933 (7263 gross - 5795 net; 531.16 x 56.16 x 27.16). Tonnage change, 1950 (7301 gross - 6099 net).
History As J.F. SCHOELLKOPF, JR.: Ran aground off Belle Isle, Detroit River, on June 13, in early a.m., going into Edison Dock; was released three hours later by 2 Great Lakes Towing Co. tugs.Hit a buoy off Sandusky, OH, during a snowstorm about December 2, 1976, but was able to free herself and proceed on her trip. Caught cable in propeller early in June, 1977, and put in to Lorain, OH, for a few days.
Disposition Sold to Marine Salvage, Ltd., Port Colborne, Ontario, and resold to C.N. Santa Maria. Departed Quebec under tow on June 27, 1980, and scrapping began at LaSpezia, Italy, on July 29, 1980.

Build Information

Builder American Shipbuilding Co.
Place Built Lorain, OH
Date Built 1907-00-00


Source HCGL

Vessel Names

NameBegin DateEnd DateRegistryOfficial Number
SCHOELLKOPF, J.F., JR.1930-00-001980-00-00U.S.203906

Vessel Owners

NameBegin DateEnd DateRegistryOfficial Number
American Steamship Co. (Boland & Cornelius, Mgrs.)1922-00-001973-00-00U.S.203906
Buffalo Steamship Co. (John Mitchell, Mgr.)1907-00-001922-00-00U.S.203906
Erie Sand Steamship Co.1973-00-001980-00-00U.S.203906