Previous Registration: British (1903) as Rathlin
First Rebuild: Official Number: 78554 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 230 x 31 -- 1189 tons Rebuilt: in 1909
Second Rebuild: Propulsion: Screw
230x31x16 Owned by E. C. Fry 1903; to Bouchard Bros., Quebec 1908; to J. C. Fecteau 1916; Nova Scotia Steamship Co. 1921. Built by Blackwood & Gordon, Glasgow 1877. Engine 26-52x57 by builders. Used Montreal-Gulf; Halifax-Boston later. Stranded 13/10/35 near Quebec, refloated, taken to Quebec, sank again and abandoned. Raised by Harbour Commission and sold at auction 1916. Wrecked 08/08/21 Thrum Cap Shoal near Halifax, broke up in gale November.
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