The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Caramana (Propeller), C92559, 1913


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Propeller CARAMANA.* Official Canadian No. 92559. Of 56 gross tons; 38 tons Reg. Built at Sorel, Que., in 1889. Home port, Belleville, Ont. 90.0 x 15.5 x 5.3 Owned by T.S. Carman of Belleville, Ont.
      * Formerly DAN.
      List of Vessels on Registry Books of the Dominion
      of Canada on the 31st. Day of December, 1913

     
     
First Registration
Name: [ DAN ] Location: [MONTREAL, QUEBEC, CANADA ] Registriation: [ 2/1889 ] Date Registered: [ 1889/04/30 ] Official Number: [ 92559 ]
Original Building Information
Built By: [ LOUIS BRAULAC SOREL ] Built At: [ SOREL, QUEBEC, CANADA ] Date Built: [ 1889 ] Length: [ 90.00 ] Beam: [ 15.50 ] Depth: [ 5.30 ] Gross: [ 56.08 ] Net: [ 38.14 ]
Vessel Description
Deck: [ ONE ] Type: [ CARVEL ] Stern: [ROUND ] Gallery: [NONE ] Figure: [ NO ] Frame: [ WOOD ] Propulsion: [ STEAM SCREW ] Number of Masts: [ NONE ] Type of Rig: [ NOT ]
First Engine
Type of Engine: [ HIGH AND LOW PRESSURE DOUBLE COMPOUND ] Number of Engines: [ONE ] Date Built: [ 1889 ] Built by: [P.O. BELLEROSE SOREL ] Horsepower: [ 17.00 ] Unit Horsepower: [COMBINED ]
Closing Information
Date Registration Closed: [ 1891/10/02 ] Reason Closed: [TRANSFERRED ] Place Closed: [ BELLEVILLE, ONTARIO, CANADA ]
Source of Data
N.A.C., RG-42, C-2470, VOL. 410


Media Type:
Text
Newspaper
Item Type:
Clippings
Notes:
ex DAN
Date of Original:
1913
Subject(s):
Local identifier:
McN.R.274
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Caramana (Propeller), C92559, 1913