Registry and Rig Information

Registry U.S.
Official Number 92170
Rig Propeller

Dimensions and Tonnage

Length 282.33
Width 40.25
Depth 21.16
Gross Tonnage 2325.00
Net Tonnage 1835.00
Hull Material Steel
Hull Number 00030

Vessel History

Rebuilds Cut into two sections by Buffalo Dry Dock Co., for transit to Atlantic Ocean. Bow section foundered on Lake Ontario, December 3, 1918. New bow added by Davie Shipbuilding, Ltd., Lauzon, P.Q. (249.58 x 40.16 x 21.25; 2404 gross - 1333 registered). Rebuilt at Collingwood, Ontario, in 1921 (349 x 40.16 x 21.25; 3100 gross - 1671 registered).
History Vessel sold to U.S. Shipping Board on January 25, 1918.
Disposition Stranded on the west side of Christian Island, Georgian Bay, on November 30, 1924. Was bound for Port McNichol, Ont., with cargo of barley. After two weeks of salvage efforts, declared a total loss. Salvagers recovered c.75,000 bushels which were delivered to Midland, Ontario.

Build Information

Builder Globe Shipbuilding Co.
Place Built Cleveland, OH
Date Built 1890-00-00


Source HCGL

Vessel Names

NameBegin DateEnd DateRegistryOfficial Number

Vessel Owners

NameBegin DateEnd DateRegistryOfficial Number
Minnesota Steamship Co.1890-00-001901-00-00U.S.92170
Pittsburgh Steamship Co.1901-00-001918-00-00U.S.92170
U.S. Shipping Board1918-00-001920-00-00U.S.92170
Canada Steamship Lines, Ltd.1920-00-001924-00-00CANADA141836