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  • AGAWA (1902, Barge)
        Other Names: ROBERT P. DURHAM;HERON BAY;FEDERAL HUSKY; Official No.: 111807; Final Date: 1965; Dimensions (LBD): 376' x 46' x 26' ; 1907 Made screw bulk freighter, Collingwood. 1927, Dec 7 Stranded Advance Reef in blizzard, Manitoulin Island, Lake Huron. 1927-28 Rebuilt Collingwood S.B. Co., name changed to ROBERT P. DURHAM. ...
      Other Names: ROBERT P. DURHAM;HERON BAY;FEDERAL HUSKY; Official No.: 111807; Final Date: ...
  • AINSWORTH, C.E. (1901, Tug (Towboat))
        Other Names: FLAGSHIP; Official No.: 107485; Dimensions (LBD): 81.6' x 18.4' x 7.4'
      Other Names: FLAGSHIP; Official No.: 107485; Dimensions (LBD): 81.6' x 18.4' x ...
  • AJAX (1902, Tug (Towboat))
        Official No.: 111935; Dimensions (LBD): 54' x 14.6' x 6.1' ; Kawartha Lakes rafting tug. 1934 Owned Lloyd Tankers. 1935-36 Sank dock at Port Credit; salvaged Russell Salvage. 1939 Idle at Port Dalhousie before being stripped.; Original Owner: W.F.C. Boyd; Final Location: Port Dalhousie Boneyard above Lock One and west ...
      Official No.: 111935; Dimensions (LBD): 54' x 14.6' x 6.1' ; Kawartha ...
  • ALBRIGHT, JOHN J. (1900, Bulk Freighter)
        Other Names: REGULUS;FORT WILLDOC; Official No.: 77456; Final Date: 1965; Dimensions (LBD): 416' x 50' x 28' ; 1901, Oct 21 Collided with tug SAMUEL J. CHRISTIAN (1858) near head of Grosse Isle. CHRISTIAN sank immediately, 3 drowned. 1916 Interlake Steamship Co., Cleveland renamed REGULUS. 1925 Reconstructed 422'7"x 50'x 28', ...
      Other Names: REGULUS;FORT WILLDOC; Official No.: 77456; Final Date: 1965; Dimensions (LBD): ...
  • ALETHA (1901, Propeller)
        Official No.: 107748; Final Date: 1919; Dimensions (LBD): 108' x 20' x 6' ; 1909, Apr Sold by Mrs. Roys of Kingston to Quinte Navigation Co. of Picton, under charter to Lake Ontario and Bay of Quinte Navigation Co. 1911 Ontario and Quebec Navigation Co. recently incorporated has been organized ...
      Official No.: 107748; Final Date: 1919; Dimensions (LBD): 108' x 20' x ...
  • ALEXANDRA (1902, Propeller)
        Official No.: 112153; Final Date: 19 Dec 1927; Dimensions (LBD): 97' x 24.6' x 9' ; 1924 Brought to Lakes from Atlantic 1927. 1927 Owned T. Sims; operated between Little Currant, Killarney, Gore Bay & Cutler, ONT.; Final Location: 40' from east end Government Dock, Little Current, ONT. Georgian Bay. ...
      Official No.: 112153; Final Date: 19 Dec 1927; Dimensions (LBD): 97' x ...
  • ALFRED W. (1905, Tug (Towboat))
        Official No.: 202643; Final Date: 27 Jun 1906; Dimensions (LBD): 66.16' x 17' x 10.5' ; 1905, Nov 24 First enrolled Marquette, MI. 1906 Owned Duluth-Superior Dredging Co. 1933 Enrollment surrendered.; Final Location: Near Pie Island. Lake Superior., Struck rock & foundered.
      Official No.: 202643; Final Date: 27 Jun 1906; Dimensions (LBD): 66.16' x ...
  • ALGOMA (1901, Ferry)
        Other Names: VERCHERES; Official No.: 111803; Final Date: 1967; Dimensions (LBD): 104' x 26.3' x 11' ; 1901, Jul New vessel launched Toronto, ONT. 1903 Purchased Algoma Central Railway Co. 1928 Made lighthouse tender and renamed VERCHERES. 1967 Scrapped.; Original Owner: Soo Ferry Co.
      Other Names: VERCHERES; Official No.: 111803; Final Date: 1967; Dimensions (LBD): 104' ...
  • ALGONQUIN (1906, Propeller)
        Official No.: 122076; Dimensions (LBD): 120' x 24' x 7'
      Official No.: 122076; Dimensions (LBD): 120' x 24' x 7'
  • ALICE (1907, Propeller)
        Other Names: HIBOU; Official No.: 122260; Final Date: 1953; Dimensions (LBD): 125.5' x 25.8' x 10.8' ; 1907-15 Quarantine vessel on St. Lawrence, Quebec. 1915-21 Passenger & freight trade; Quebec to Grosse Isle. 1926 Owned John Tackaberry Sr., Owen Sound; rebuilt & equipped with 2 deisel engines; measured 121.8 x ...
      Other Names: HIBOU; Official No.: 122260; Final Date: 1953; Dimensions (LBD): 125.5' ...
  • ALICE C. (1901, Fish Tug)
        Official No.: 107684; Final Date: 1933; Dimensions (LBD): 63' x 18' x 8' ; Operated out of Manistique, MI with tugs ANNABEL and BURGER. 1925 Owned John Girvin, Manistique. 1931 Owner has second vessel of the same name (former DAN LUDWIG, built 1926). Presumed this ALICE C. retired. 1933 Removed ...
      Official No.: 107684; Final Date: 1933; Dimensions (LBD): 63' x 18' x ...
  • ALVINA (1901, Yacht)
        Official No.: 107623; Dimensions (LBD): 180.9' x 26' x 16.9' ; 1903 Philadelphia. 1907 New York City. 1909 Duluth, Thomas F. Cole. 1917 Went to Belgium to assist with relief work 1916.; Original Owner: Alex S. Cochrane
      Official No.: 107623; Dimensions (LBD): 180.9' x 26' x 16.9' ; 1903 ...
  • ALZORA (pre1908, Tug (Towboat))
        Final Date: 20 Jul 1908; 1908, Jul 20 Burned; owned Louis Thibert, Belle River, ONT.; Final Location: 2 1/2 miles off Bay Port, MI, Saginaw Bay. Lake Huron., Burned.
      Final Date: 20 Jul 1908; 1908, Jul 20 Burned; owned Louis Thibert, ...
  • AMERICANA (1908, Excursion Vessel)
        Official No.: 205096; Final Date: 1956; Dimensions (LBD): 209.7' x 45' x 15.8' ; Ran Buffalo, NY to Crystal Beach, ONT with CANADIANA. 1927 Buffalo & Crystal Beach Corp. 1929 Meseck Steamship Co., New York City, NY, sightseeing service around New York Harbor. 1953 Scrapped, Baltimore, MD.; Original Owner: Lake ...
      Official No.: 205096; Final Date: 1956; Dimensions (LBD): 209.7' x 45' x ...
  • AMES, WARD (1907, Bulk Freighter)
        Other Names: MCCULLOUGH, C.N.,JR.; Official No.: 204499; Final Date: May 1980; Dimensions (LBD): 540' x 56' x 30' ; 1913-1966 Owned Interlake Steamship Co., Cleveland, OH. 1917 Renamed MCCULLOUGH, C.H., JR. 1917, May 10 Stranded Corbeil Point, ONT; lightened & taken to Toledo, OH for repairs. 1949-1950 New boilers. 1954 ...
      Other Names: MCCULLOUGH, C.N.,JR.; Official No.: 204499; Final Date: May 1980; Dimensions ...
  • ANN ARBOR #4 (1906, Ferry)
        Other Names: CITY OF CHEBOYGAN;ANDERSON, EDWARD H.; Official No.: 203695; Final Date: Nov 1973; Dimensions (LBD): 259' x 52' x 19' ; 1906-37 Owned Ann Arbor Railroad Co., Frankfort, MI. 1909, May 29 Rolled over loading rail cars of ore. 1909, Jun 25 Raised by Great Lakes Towing Co. 1923 ...
      Other Names: CITY OF CHEBOYGAN;ANDERSON, EDWARD H.; Official No.: 203695; Final Date: ...
  • ANNIE M. (1900, Tug (Towboat))
        Dimensions (LBD): 56' x 12' ; 1919 Owned M.A. Clarke, Collingwood; used as fish tug.; Original Owner: M.A. Clarke
      Dimensions (LBD): 56' x 12' ; 1919 Owned M.A. Clarke, Collingwood; used ...
  • ANONA (1904, Yacht)
        Official No.: 200924; Dimensions (LBD): 117.25' x 17.42' x 10.16' ; 1904-1906 Homeport New York, NY. 1906-1919 Homeport Detroit, MI: Owned J.Elizabeth Buhl, Detroit. 1919-1924 Homeport New York, NY. 1924 Sold British.
      Official No.: 200924; Dimensions (LBD): 117.25' x 17.42' x 10.16' ; 1904-1906 ...
  • ARGO (1901, Propeller)
        Other Names: RACINE;RENE; Official No.: 107627; Dimensions (LBD): 173.5' x 31.6' x 20.8' ; 1901, Mar 21 Launched Craig's Co. yard, Toledo, OH. 1901, Apr 4 Enrolled Toledo, Craig Shipbuilding Co. 1901, Aug 24 A. Booth & Co., Chicago, IL; W.V. Booth, president. 1902, Dec 27 J.H. Graham, St. Joseph, ...
      Other Names: RACINE;RENE; Official No.: 107627; Dimensions (LBD): 173.5' x 31.6' x ...
  • ARMOUR (1906, Propeller)
        Official No.: 121850; Final Date: 1922; Dimensions (LBD): 88' x 18' ; Muskoka Lakes steamer.
      Official No.: 121850; Final Date: 1922; Dimensions (LBD): 88' x 18' ; ...
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