ELLIOTT, JAMES R.
Registry and Rig Information
|Name||ELLIOTT, JAMES R.|
Dimensions and Tonnage
|Rebuilds||Converted to passenger ferry by Georgian Bay Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., in 1931 (117.16 x 25 x 11.58; 462 gross - 341 registered). Change of dimensions, 1945 (117.16 x 25 x 11.66). Converted to floating restaurant at Toronto, Ont., winter, 1969-1970.|
|History||Sold to Don Lee, 1968, for a reported $7,000. Passed down, Detroit, under own power, July 23, 1969, for Toronto and converted to floating restaurant.As NORMAC: While serving as ship/restaurant struck by ferry TRILLIUM on June 2, 1981, in ship at foot of Yonge Street,
Toronto, Ont. An underwater hole was patched, vessel was pumped out, and appeared in good shape. Then on June 16, 1981, vessel began to take on water and settled to bottom of slip with main deck, including gallery, bar, and main dining room under water.
|Disposition||Vessel sunk in Toronto Harbour; register closed on August 6, 1982.|
|Builder||Jenks Ship Building Co.|
|Place Built||Port Huron, MI|
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|City of Detroit (Fire Dept.)||1902-00-00||1931-00-00||U.S.||77566|
|Owen Sound Transportation Co., Ltd.||1931-00-00||1968-00-00||CANADA||154621|