Registry and Rig Information

Registry U.S.
Official Number 141264
Rig Propeller

Dimensions and Tonnage

Length 159.00
Width 30.50
Depth 10.58
Gross Tonnage 536.08
Net Tonnage 412.21
Hull Material Wood
Hull Number 00004

Vessel History

Rebuilds Canadian measures, 1901 (159.58 x 29.42 x 10; 489 gross - 379 net).
History First enrollment issued at Port Huron, MI, April 17, 1893.Removed from documentation at Port Huron, MI, March 31, 1899, as sunk. Redocumented at Ogdensburg, NY, May 1, 1900. Final U.S. enrollment surrendered at Ogdensburg, NY, September 20, 1901, and endorsed \"sold alien.\"
As LLOYD S. PORTER: Chartered for ocean service in 1898. On way to coast, sunk in collision with British propeller TURRET AGE, October 23, 1898, forty miles above Quebec City, St. Lawrence River, near Ste. Croix, Quebec; no lives lost. Vessel later raised and redocumented at Ogdensburg, NY, on May 1, 1900.
As LLOYD S. PORTER: Waterlogged 4 miles off Ludington, MI, May 1, 1895 and was assisted to the harbor by the Life Saving Crew before she sank. Was later pumped out and returned to service. (USLSS 1895 Report, p.172)
Disposition Burned at dock, Fair Haven, NY, May 10, 1917, along with propeller CONGERCOAL; no lives lost.

Build Information

Builder Jenks Ship Building Co.
Place Built Port Huron, MI
Date Built 1893-00-00


Source HCGL

Vessel Names

NameBegin DateEnd DateRegistryOfficial Number
PORTER, LLOYD S.1901-00-001917-00-00CANADA94927