Registry and Rig Information

Registry U.S.
Official Number 136131
Rig Propeller

Dimensions and Tonnage

Length 126.42
Width 25.00
Depth 9.42
Gross Tonnage 407.56
Net Tonnage 361.04
Hull Material Wood

Vessel History

Rebuilds Measures change, Milwaukee, WI, April 3, 1893 (152.42 x 25 x 9.33; 522.46 gross - 470.19 net).
History First enrollment issued at Milwaukee, WI, July 18, 1890.Vessel taken to coast in 1917; enrolled in New York, NY. Returned to Great Lakes in spring, 1922, as NORLOND, running from Chicago to Milwaukee.
As EUGENE C. HART: Broke shaft in Soo River, c.August 18, 1901. ELVA took passengers to Soo, and tug VICTOR towed disabled vessel to Detour, MI.
Disposition After departing Racine, WI, where she had sought shelter, her seams opened in the after end, on November 13, 1922, and she sank about eighteen miles southeast of St. Francis, WI (near Southpoint, south of Milwaukee). Crew of twenty launched two lifeboats and came ashore at St. Francis; no lives lost

Build Information

Builder Burger & Burger
Place Built Manitowoc, WI
Date Built 1890-00-00


Source HCGL

Vessel Names

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