Registry and Rig Information

Registry U.S.
Official Number 92191
Rig Propeller

Dimensions and Tonnage

Length 290.50
Width 40.25
Depth 21.00
Gross Tonnage 2311.00
Net Tonnage 1836.00
Hull Material Steel
Hull Number 00033

Vessel History

Rebuilds Cut in two sections for transit through Welland Canal, by Imperial Ship Building Co., Detroit, MI, in 1918 (300 x 40.25 x 21; 2637 gross - 1487 net).
History 1930 - Sale went through but was not documented.Vessel was cut into two sections and returned to Great Lakes trade in 1923. Lay idle at Cleveland, OH, for a few years prior to scrapping.
Disposition Abandoned in 1932. Vessel stripped and superstructure removed at East 40th St., Cleveland, OH, and used as land fill. Tank tops still were visible in 1934.

Build Information

Builder Globe Iron Works
Place Built Cleveland, OH
Date Built 1890-00-00


Source HCGL

Vessel Owners

NameBegin DateEnd DateRegistryOfficial Number
Fidelity Trust Co.1919-00-001921-00-00U.S.92191
Inter Coast Steamship Co. (Roy Black, Mgr.-Cleveland, OH)1921-00-001930-00-00U.S.92191
Lakewood Steamship Co. (Hutchinson & Co., Mgrs.)1912-00-001918-00-00U.S.92191
Minnesota Steamship Co.1890-00-001901-00-00U.S.92191
Pittsburgh Steamship Co.1901-00-001912-00-00U.S.92191
U.S. Shipping Board (Coastwise Transportation Co., Mgrs.)1918-00-001919-00-00U.S.92191
Westland Steamship Co. (Roy Black, Mgr.)1930-00-001932-00-00U.S.92191