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  • Princess (1896)
    Ship       Official No.: 103595; Later Registration: Peru (1920) 165x26x18 Owned by Charlottetown Navigation Co., to Dominion Government 1906. Built by Grangemouth Dockyard, Grangemouth Scotland 1896. Built as Northumberland Strait ferry, used Halifax-Newfoundland later.
    Ship     Official No.: 103595; Later Registration: Peru (1920) 165x26x18 Owned by Charlottetown Navigation Co., to Dominion Government 1906. Built by Grangemouth Dockyard, Grangemouth Scotland 1896. Built as Northumberland Strait ferry, used ...
  • Tilli (1891)
    Ship       Previous Registration: British (1926) First Rebuild: Official Number: 151091 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 185 x 32 -- 775 tons Rebuilt: in 1925 185x32x16 Owned by Tilli Shipping Co., Halifax 1926; Acadia Shipping Co., Montreal 1927; Marine Supplies Ltd., Halifax 1935. Rum-runner, seized in New York eventually.
    Ship     Previous Registration: British (1926) First Rebuild: Official Number: 151091 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 185 x 32 -- 775 tons Rebuilt: in 1925 185x32x16 Owned by Tilli Shipping Co., Halifax 1926; Acadia ...
  • Bartlett (1908)
    Ship       Official No.: 124268; Later Registration: France (1917) 125x25x13 Owned by Montreal Transportation Co. Engine 17-27-43x37 by Muir & Houston, Glasgow. Lake tug. Originally to have been named "Stirling".
    Ship     Official No.: 124268; Later Registration: France (1917) 125x25x13 Owned by Montreal Transportation Co. Engine 17-27-43x37 by Muir & Houston, Glasgow. Lake tug. Originally to have been named "Stirling".
  • Imperoyal (1913)
    Ship       Other Names: Imperial Cobourg (1947); Starbelle; Official No.: 135209; Previous Registration: British (1916) Owned by Imperial Oil Ltd., Toronto. 1913-1952; Hallett & Carey Ltd., Winnipeg, 1952-1960; Powell Transports, Winnipeg, 1960-1963. Built by Greenock & Grangemouth Dockyard Co., Grangemouth Scotland 1913. Engine 21-34-56x36 by Cooper & Grieg, Dundee. Built as tanker, ...
    Ship     Other Names: Imperial Cobourg (1947); Starbelle; Official No.: 135209; Previous Registration: British (1916) Owned by Imperial Oil Ltd., Toronto. 1913-1952; Hallett & Carey Ltd., Winnipeg, 1952-1960; Powell Transports, Winnipeg, 1960-1963. ...
  • Cabot (1907)
    Ship       Official No.: 125988; 155x25x10 Owned by Steamship Cabot Ltd. (Dominion Coal Co., Glace Bay N. S.) Built by Greenock & Grangemouth Dockyard Co., Grangemouth, Scotland 1907. Engine 13-22-35x27 by Renfrew Bros., Irvine, Scotland. Capsized while in ballast 24/06/15, East Point P. E. I. ; Final Location: East Point, Prince Edward ...
    Ship     Official No.: 125988; 155x25x10 Owned by Steamship Cabot Ltd. (Dominion Coal Co., Glace Bay N. S.) Built by Greenock & Grangemouth Dockyard Co., Grangemouth, Scotland 1907. Engine 13-22-35x27 by Renfrew ...
  • Impoco (1913)
    Ship       Official No.: 135238; 250x43x20 Owned by Imperial Oil Ltd. Wrecked 06/04/21 Blonde Rock near Yarmouth N. S. ; Final Location: Blonde Rock, Nova Scotia, Canada, Wrecked
    Ship     Official No.: 135238; 250x43x20 Owned by Imperial Oil Ltd. Wrecked 06/04/21 Blonde Rock near Yarmouth N. S. ; Final Location: Blonde Rock, Nova Scotia, Canada, Wrecked
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