Registry and Rig Information

Registry U.S.
Official Number 212244
Rig Propeller

Dimensions and Tonnage

Length 290.50
Width 47.00
Depth 18.25
Gross Tonnage 2662.00
Net Tonnage 1427.00
Hull Material Steel
Hull Number 00133

Vessel History

Rebuilds Converted to training ship at Newport News, VA, for use at Piney Point, MD, in 1967; engine removed.
History Removed from documentation, December, 1967, showing owner as Chicago, Duluth, & Georgian Bay Transit Co.Departed Montreal, October 27, 1967, in tow of tug SPARROWS POINT, and arrived at Newport News, VA, on November 9, 1967. Engine removed; hull to serve as dormatory for union school (Lundeberg School of Seamanship) at Piney Point, MD. Towed to Camden, NJ, about April, 1974, for sale or scrapping.
Burned at Holland, MI, after laying up; September 9, 1924.
Grounded in St. Clair River, near Harsens Island, June 7, 1962.
Blew cylinder gasket to main engine, April 30, 1963, twelve miles north of Muskegon, MI, Lake Michigan, on way to Manitowoc shipyard, during a 60 m.p.h. gale.
Disposition Sold, 1974, to Ships, Inc., for scrapping at Camden, NJ. Scrapped, August 1992, Baltimore yard.

Build Information

Builder Great Lakes Engineering Works
Place Built Ecorse, MI
Date Built 1914-00-00


Source HCGL

Vessel Owners

NameBegin DateEnd DateRegistryOfficial Number
Chicago, Duluth & Georgian Bay Transit Co.1914-00-001967-00-00U.S.212244
Seafarers' International Union1967-00-001974-00-00U.S.212244