Registry and Rig Information

Registry U.S.
Official Number 210901
Rig Tug

Dimensions and Tonnage

Length 134.58
Width 26.00
Depth 15.42
Gross Tonnage 405.00
Net Tonnage 275.00
Hull Material Steel

Vessel History

Rebuilds New tonnage, 1934 (412 gross - 280 net). Canadian measures, 1940 (142 x 16 x 15.42; 388 gross - 234 registered).
History Transferred by U.S. Navy, on loan, to City of New York (Police Dept.), 1920-1928. Had been acquired by U.S. Navy on December 1, 1917 and commissioned on December 12, 1917. Was returned to Navy in 1928 and struck from Navy List on September 27, 1928. Sold on December 24, 1928, to Joseph O'Boyle, of New York, NY. Vessel remained undocumented 1928-1934, when Boyle enrolled her under Gotham Marine Corp. Under this ownership, was managed, 1937-1940, by Nicholson-Universal Steamship Co., Detroit, MI, towing oil barges GOTHAM 84 and GOTHAM 85 on lakes.
Disposition Scrapped by Steel Co. of Canada, Ltd., at Hamilton, Ontario, in 1962-1963.

Build Information

Builder Dialogue, John H.
Place Built Camden, NJ
Date Built 1913-00-00


Source HCGL

Vessel Names

NameBegin DateEnd DateRegistryOfficial Number
LUCKENBACH NO. 41917-00-001917-00-00U.S.210901
NAHANT (SP-1250)1917-00-001920-00-00U.S.U.S. NAVY
SERVICE NO. 31920-00-00U.S.
HARLAN, JOHN F.1928-00-00U.S.
HUNT, W.E.1942-00-001961-00-00CANADA171069
GOOD FORTUNE1961-00-001962-00-00CANADA171069

Vessel Owners

NameBegin DateEnd DateRegistryOfficial Number
E.F. Luckenbach1917-00-001917-00-00U.S.210901
U.S. Navy1917-00-001928-00-00U.S.U.S. NAVY
Gotham Marine Corp.1934-00-001940-00-00U.S.210901
Lakehead Transportation Co., Ltd.1940-00-001942-00-00CANADA171069
Great Lakes Lumber & Shipping, Ltd.1942-00-001961-00-00CANADA171069
Diesel Sales & Service (Burlington), Ltd.1961-00-001962-00-00CANADA171069
Harold P. Wright1962-00-001963-00-00CANADA171069