The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Cambria (Schooner), 1 Jul 1876


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OCEAN INSURANCE ON LAKE VESSELS AT SEA:-- The prejudice among the insurance companies against lake vessels on the ocean, especially centre- board schooners, has in a great measure been wiped out, and it is not anticipated that the owners of the various craft now about to make ocean voyages will experience any great trouble in obtaining insurance. Indeed, the insurance on many of them is already placed. Our lake vessels are built as well as, and better than those regularly employed on the Atlantic, and the underwriters are coming to see that the centre-board (a necessity on craft of medium dimensions) is no objection at all. The truth is that the centerboard is a great benefit. but for many years this fact could not be impressed on the minds of sailors and underwriters used and accustomed to the standing keel. It is a positive fact that (centerboard) craft which class B1 on the lakes are given the class of A 2 in Lloyds.
, Both the PAMLICO and BENSON secured better classing on the ocean than they could obtain here on the lakes. We understand that the THISTLE, now fitting in Chicago, the MECHANIC and EMERALD, the THOMAS S. STREET, EDWARD BLAKE, CAMBRIA, MAGGIE McRAE and A.. G. MOREY are already insured for their ocean voyages, and that the other craft going out from the lakes will obtain insurance without trouble. Those which cannot get insurance (if there be any) will go without it, indicating the confidence of the owners in their vessels. The one great necessity is to send good masters in charge, and we learn that this is to be done.- - - lnter-Ocean.
      Cleveland Herald
      June 13, 1876
     
     
Capt. John Horn, Snr., of Detroit, will make the passage across the Atlantic to England on the schooner CAMBRIA.
      Cleveland Herald
      June 30, 1876
     
     
FOR EUROPE:-- The tug PARKER is expected to arriver from Lake Michigan with the schooners thomas street, CAMBRIA, PAMLICO, and one other, all bound for Europe. They are loaded with pine timber, and will be towed as far as Quebec, where they will complete their cargo and set out for different ports in Great Britain. It will be a long journey for small vessels, but they are well equipped and efficient, and being staunchly built, will be likely to make successful trips. They will probably come back next summer.. - - Detroit Post
      Cleveland Herald
      June 24, 1876
     

SEIZED:-- The schooner CAMBRIA, which left here a few days since for Europe, has been seized at Montreal by the Canadian Custom Department. The claim is that she changed her rig and received part new outfit at Detroit, which she had failed to pay duty on. Her owner Mr. Schulenburg, gave the necessary bonds and the vessel passed on her way. She is, no doubt, on the Atlantic now. -- - Detroit Free Press
      Cleveland Herald
      August 14, 1876
     
     
VARIOUS ITEMS:-- The THOMAS C. STREET, Captain Phipps, of Port Dover, the CAMBRIA, the BLAKE, and two other lake vessels, arrived safe at Dundee, Scotland, on the 23 ult.
      Cleveland Herald
      October 16, 1876

     
      LAKE CRAFT ON THE OCEAN.-- The bark T.C. STREET, owned and commanded by Captain Phipp, of Port Dover, Ont. is reported at Dundee, having made the run across in twenty-four days. The schooner EDWARD BLAKE, Capt. Peter Thompson, also arrived at London safe, having nade a very quick passage. The THISTLE and CAMBRIA are also reported as having made successful passages. The schooner W.G. GRANT, commanded by Capt. May, of Port Stanley, made a quick run fron Fort hawkesbury, Nove Scotia, to Oporto, Portugal, twenty-one and a half days. The GRANT was laden with deals, having loaded at Three Rivers, Quebec.
      Cleveland Herald
      November 11, 1876
     


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ocean voyage
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1876
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McN.E.11052
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English
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William R. McNeil
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Cambria (Schooner), 1 Jul 1876