SKATER (1890, Propeller)


Year of Build:
1890
Official Number:
116330
Construction and Ownership
Built at:
Detroit, MI
Vessel Type:
Propeller
Hull Materials:
Wood
Number of Decks:
1
Builder Name:
Thomas Thurston
Original Owner and Location:
John Miner, Detroit, MI
Power
Power:
Mechanical
Number of Masts:
0
Propulsion:
Screw
Engine Type:
For-and-Aft Compound
# Cylinders:
2
# Boilers:
1
# Propellers:
1
Propulsion Notes:
14 + 22 x 15, 175hp @ 150rpm or 11 + 22 x 14", 175hp @ 160rpm engine, Clough & Witt, Cleveland, OH, 1890 6' 6" x 9', 150# steam or 7' x 9', 140# steam scotch boiler, Connelly & Co., Cleveland, OH, 1890
Dimensions
Length:
85.6'
Beam:
19'
Depth:
6'
Tonnage (gross):
65.6
Tonnage (net):
32.8
Capacity:
500 people
Final Disposition
Final Location:
Michigan City, IN
Lake Michigan
Date:
  1941
How:
abandoned; machinery removed
Notes:
1942, Feb 12 documents surrendered
History

1891, Aug 2 Owned John & R. A. Seymour, Manistee, MI; ran Little Traverse Bay.

1893, Jun Burned, 20 miles north of Manistee, MI; total loss.

1894, Jun 30 Rebuilt, Manistee by Louis Pahlow; 89 x 23 x 7; 92.52 gross/63.12 net tons; 2 decks; owned T. Richardson, Milwaukee, WI.

1896, Apr 16 Owned William Downs, Ashtabula, OH.

1902, Jul 28 Owned H. S. & Letta Lavoie, Cleveland, OH.

1903, Oct 28 Owned Chequamegon Bay Transportation Co., Ashtabula, OH.

1920, Jul 7 Owned Thomas Young, Chicago, IL.

1922 Rebuilt; 3 decks, longitudinal frames; electric lights.

1927, Sep 1 Owned Edw. Hintze, Chicago.

1941 Abandoned; last owned Fred Hintze, Chicago.

Notes
From the Collection of:
C. Patrick Labadie
Contact
Alpena County George N. Fletcher Public Library
Email
WWW address
Agency street/mail address

211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
USA
(989)356-6188

SKATER (1890, Propeller)
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SKATER (1890, Propeller)