Registry and Rig Information

Registry U.S.
Official Number 116091
Rig Propeller

Dimensions and Tonnage

Length 195.25
Width 34.50
Depth 13.58
Gross Tonnage 845.00
Net Tonnage 677.00
Hull Material Wood

Vessel History

Rebuilds Canadian measures, 1919 (195 x 34.5 x 13.58; 903 gross - 503 registered).
History First enrollment issued at Port Huron, MI, April 24, 1886.During Alex R. Sinclair's affiliation with vessel, she largely ran in Kelleys Island-Duluth stone trade, carrying 800,000 feet of lumber on downbound return trip. The voyage usually took about one month round trip, with schooner barges ARENAC and W.K. MOORE, and occasionally INTERLAKEN in tow.
Disposition Laid up at Kingston, Ontario, in 1926, and never ran again. Burned at the dock on November 19, 1936. Raised in 1937, towed into Lake Ontario, and scuttled.

Build Information

Builder Langell, Simon
Place Built St. Clair, MI
Date Built 1886-00-00


Source HCGL

Vessel Names

NameBegin DateEnd DateRegistryOfficial Number
LANGELL, SIMON1919-00-001937-00-00CANADA138373

Vessel Owners

NameBegin DateEnd DateRegistryOfficial Number
John Pringle,
Simon Langell,
Woods & Peck1889-00-001894-00-00U.S.116091
Alex R. Sinclair1894-00-001908-00-00U.S.116091
Comstock & Sinclair (A.R. Sinclair, Mgr.)1908-00-001912-00-00U.S.116091
Alex R. Sinclair Co.1912-00-001915-00-00U.S.116091
Sinclair Transportation Co.1915-00-001916-00-00U.S.116091
E.L. Fisher1916-00-001917-00-00U.S.116091
Argo Steamship Co.1917-00-001919-00-00U.S.116091
Robert S. Misener1919-00-001924-00-00CANADA138373
Langell Transportation Co.1924-00-001937-00-00CANADA138373