Registry and Rig Information

Registry U.S.
Official Number 235570
Rig Propeller

Dimensions and Tonnage

Length 486.25
Width 68.25
Depth 36.75
Gross Tonnage 9927.00
Net Tonnage 6175.00
Hull Material Steel
Hull Number 00155

Vessel History

Rebuilds Converted to self-unloading bulk cement carrier by American Ship Building Co., South Chicago, IL, in 1964. (9460 gross - 6028 net).
History Laid up at Sturgeon Bay, WI, 1960-1964, before conversion to bulk cement carrier was started. Never operated under name of H.R. SCHEMM.As J.A.W. IGLEHART: Ran aground at Alpena, MI, April 4, 1968. Released by McQueen tug AMHERSTBURG on April 6-7, 1968. Suffered ice damage on Lake Huron, on April 12, 1972, causing $450,000 loss.
Received bottom repairs at Soo on April 5, 1973, after striking bottom in St. Marys River earlier. Went to Fraser Shipyards, Inc., Superior, WI, for permanent repairs.
Had turbine problems on Lake Superior on June 15 and was taken in tow by the tug WHITNEY. Repaired at Fraser Shipyards, Inc.
Grounded for about an hour in Hay Lake, St. Marys River, on July 23, 1981, after losing power.

Build Information

Builder Sun Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co.
Place Built Chester, PA
Date Built 1936-00-00


Source HCGL

Vessel Names

NameBegin DateEnd DateRegistryOfficial Number
IGLEHART, J.A.W.1965-00-00U.S.235570
SCHEMM, H.R.1960-00-001965-00-00U.S.235570

Vessel Owners

NameBegin DateEnd DateRegistryOfficial Number
American Oil Co.1943-00-001960-00-00U.S.235570
Boston Metals Co.1960-00-001960-00-00U.S.235570
Huron Transportation Co. (Huron Portland Cement Co.)1960-00-00U.S.235570
Pan American Petroleum & Transportation Co.1936-00-001943-00-00U.S.235570