Registry and Rig Information

Registry U.S.
Official Number 203449
Rig Propeller

Dimensions and Tonnage

Length 586.00
Width 58.00
Depth 32.00
Gross Tonnage 7438.00
Net Tonnage 5673.00
Hull Material Steel
Hull Number 00515

Vessel History

Rebuilds Dimension & tonnage change, 1944 (586.42 x 58.16 x 27.33; 7763 gross - 6179 net).
History Collided with steamer PHILIP MINCH, April 26, 1909, off Whitefish Point, Lake Superior; minor damage.Aground because of low water, Buffalo, NY, February 1 through 6, 1926.
Suffered crack in hull in storm on Lake Huron, November 29, 1966, in same area that steamer DANIEL J. MORRELL was lost. Laid up at Soo by Coast Guard, and remained there until September, 1968, when sold for scrap.
Passed down, Port Colborne, September 15, 1968, with tugs JAMES BATTLE and SALVAGE MONARCH. In tandem tow, with steamer DOLOMITE, and Dutch tug HUDSON, broke loose, October 7, 1968, and foundered after breaking in half, about 400 miles southeast of St. Johns, Newfoundland, in Atlantic Ocean. Was bound for shipbreakers at Santander, Spain.
Disposition Sold for scrapping, 1968. Sunk while under tow to Spain.

Build Information

Builder Superior Ship Building Co.
Place Built Superior, WI
Date Built 1906-00-00


Source HCGL

Vessel Owners

NameBegin DateEnd DateRegistryOfficial Number
Cambria Steamship Co. (M.A. Hanna Co., Mgrs.)1906-00-001926-00-00U.S.203449
Cambria Steamship Co. (Herbert K. Oakes, Mgr.-Cleveland, OH)1926-00-001934-00-00U.S.203449
Cambria Steamship Co. (Bethlehem Transporation Co., Mgr.)1934-00-001968-00-00U.S.203449
Sea-Land, Inc.1968-00-001968-00-00U.S.203449
U.S. Maritime Commission1968-00-001968-00-00U.S.203449
Marine Salvage, Ltd.1968-00-001968-00-00CANADA