Register of Ships
Car-Cey
    Transcribed from the Lloyd's Register of British and Foreign Shipping
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CARABOBO - 1930
Code letters:  MFJB           Official Number:  223478
Rigging:  steel twin screws steamer; 2 decks; equipped with electric light, refrigerating machinery and
                wireless; fitted for oil fuel
Tonnage:  2,916 tons gross and 1,718 tons net
Dimensions:  305.2 feet long, 48.2 foot beam and holds 19.9 feet deep; Poop 52 feet long;
                      Bridge Deck 117 feet; Forecastle 37 feet
Construction  1923, New York Ship Building Co. in Camden, N.J.
Propulsion:  2 steam turbines double reduction geared to 2 screw shafts; engine built by
                    W. &  A. Fletcher Co. in Hoboken, N.J.
Owners:  Atlantic & Caribbean Steam Navigation Co.
Port of registry:  Wilmington, DE

CARACTACUS - 1855
Master: Captain D. Whelan
Rigging: Ship; sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1855; partly fastened with iron bolts
Tonnage: 860 tons using old measurements and 899 tons using new measurements
Construction: 1851 in New Brunswick, using Oak, Hackmatac, Birch & Pine
Owners: Nicholson
Port of registry: Liverpool
Port of survey: London
Voyage: sailed for Australia

CARANJAH - 1873
Official Number:  48701
Master:  Captain G. Cawse
Rigging:  Ship; sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1873; fastened with copper bolts
Tonnage:  891 tons
Dimensions:  176 feet long, 35.3 foot beam and holds 21.9 feet deep
Construction:  1863 in Sunderland; repairs to damages in 1870; major repairs in 1873
Owners:  J. Morisson
Port of registry:  London
Port of survey:  London
Voyage:  sailed for Australia

CARDIGANSHIRE - 1913-1915
Code letters: JDNC                    Official Number: 132045
Master: Captain G.E. Warner
Rigging: steel twin screws steamer; 2 decks; 8 cemented bulkheads; fitted with electric light,
               refrigerating machinery, wireless & submarine detecting device; cellular double
               bottom, aft 137, under engine & boilers 102 feet, forward 200 feet, 2,095 tons; Deep
               Tank aft 30 feet, 1,030 tons; Forward Peak Tank 80 tons; Aft Peak Tank 75 tons
Tonnage: 9,426 tons gross, 8,753 under deck and 5,993 net
Dimensions: 500.3 feet long, 62.4 foot beam and holds 34.6 feet deep; Poop 107 feet;
                    Bridge 180 feet; Forecastle 88 feet
Construction: 1913, Workman, Clark & Co. Ltd. in Belfast
Propulsion: triple expansion engines with 6 cylinders of 24, 40 1/2 & 68 inches diameter each pair;
                   stroke 48 inches; 977 nominal horsepower; 2 double & 2 single ended boilers;
                   18 corrugated furnaces; grate surface 354 sq. ft.; heating surface 14,600 sq. ft.;
                   engine by the builders
Owners: Royal Mail Steam Packet Co.
Port of registry: Belfast

CARIBBEE - 1897-1899, ex. MERIONETHSHIRE
Code letters: RLTH                Official Number: 77095
Master: Captain J.E. Scott
Rigging: iron single screw steamer; 2 decks; 3 tiers of beams; 6 cemented bulkheads;
              fitted with electric light; water ballast
Tonnage: 1,944 tons gross, 1,817 under deck and 1,247 net
Dimensions: 301.5 feet long, 34.2 foot beam and holds 24 feet deep; Bridge 17 feet; Forecastle 40 feet
Construction: 1878, London & Glasgow Co. in Glasgow
Propulsion: compound engine with 2 cylinders of 36 & 66 inches diameter respectively; stroke 42 inches;
                   194 nominal horsepower; 2 double ended boilers; 8 plain furnaces; grate surface 104 sq. ft.;
                   heating surface 2,846 sq. ft.; new double ended boilers in 1890; engine by the builders
Owners: Quebec Steam Ship Co.
Port of registry: London

CARISBROOKE - 1887
Code letters:  SKJT              Official Number:  65463
Master:  Captain R. Cass
Rigging:  iron single screw steamer; 1 deck & Awning Deck; 4 cemented bulkheads;
               double bottom, aft 52 feet, forward 57 feet, 220 tons
Tonnage:  1,514 tons gross, 997 under deck and 973 net
Dimensions:  250.2 feet long, 32 foot beam and holds 17.7 feet deep
Construction:  1873, Davison & Stokoe in Sunderland; new deck & major repairs in 1884
Propulsion:  compound engine with 2 inverted cylinders of 29 1/2 & 57 inches diameter respectively;
                    stroke 36 inches; operating at 80 p.s.i.; 140 horsepower; new boilers in 1881;
                    engine built by Ouseburn Engine Works Co. in Newcastle
Owners:  E.C. Ray
Port of registry:  Hong Kong

CARLETON - 1835
Master: Captain Anderson
Rigging: Barque
Tonnage: 404 tons
Construction: 1834 in New Brunswick
Owners: Catto & Son
Port of registry: Aberdeen
Port of survey: Aberdeen
Voyage: sailed for Québec

CARLTON TOWER - 1882
Official Number: 85054
Rigging: iron single screw, 3 masts, steamer; 1 deck & Spar Deck; 3 tiers of beams;
              5 cemented bulkheads; double bottom, aft 92 feet, under engine & boilers 36 feet, 163 tons;
              Midship tank 24 feet, 249 tons; Forward Peak Tank 32 tons; Aft Peak Tank 26 tons
Tonnage: 2,261 tons gross, 2,201 under deck and 1,480 net
Dimensions: 290 feet long, 37.1 foot beam and holds 27.5 feet deep
Construction: 1881, W. Richardson & Co. in Newcastle
Propulsion: compound engine with 2 inverted cylinders of 35 & 69 inches diameter respectively;
                   stroke 48 inches; 300 horsepower; engine by the builders
Owners: Stumore, Weston & Co.
Port of registry: London

CARNATIC - 1851-1852
Master: Captain C. Nelson (1851); Captain Consell (1852)
Rigging: Ship; sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1850
Tonnage: 632 tons
Construction: 1834 in London; repairs to damages in 1848
Owners: R. Green
Port of registry: London
Port of survey: London
Voyage: sailed for the East Indies

CARNARVON - 1856
Master: Captain J. Jones
Rigging: Brig; sheathed in yellow metal in 1855
Tonnage: 238 tons
Construction: 1852 in Port Madoc
Owners: H. Jones
Port of registry: Port Madoc
Port of survey: Liverpool
Voyage: sailed for Vera Cruz

CARNARVON BAY - 1908
Code letters: NHTV                    Official Number: 102132
Master: Captain Griffith (1895-1908)
Rigging: steel Ship; 1 deck; 2 tiers of beams; 1 cemented bulkhead
Tonnage: 1,932 tons gross, 1,802 under deck and 1,795 net
Dimensions: 265.4 feet long, 40.1 foot beam and holds 22.9 feet deep;
                    Poop 37 feet; Forecastle 27 feet
Construction: 1894, A. Rodger & Co. in Port Glasgow
Owners: Ship Carnarvon Bay Ltd. (Roberts, Owne & Co., managers)
Port of registry: Liverpool

CARN TUAL - 1877
Code letters: PSFR                    Official Number: 27657
Master: Captain Pirrie
Rigging: iron Barque; 1 deck; 2 tiers of beams; 3 cemented bulkheads
Tonnage: 526 tons gross, 471 under deck and 526 net
Dimensions: 148.9 feet long, 27.1 foot beam and holds 17.5 feet deep;
                    Raised Quarter Deck 46 feet; Forecastle 31 feet
Construction: 1859, Oswald in Sunderland; repairs to damages in 1862; new deck & some repairs in 1867
Owners: a) J. Thompson; b) W. Wheatley
Port of registry: a) Belfast; b) Liverpool

CAROLINE - 1813

(Green Book Underwriters)
Master: Captain A. Gourlie
Rigging: Ship; 2 decks; sheathed in copper in 1805; partly fastened with iron bolts
Tonnage: 224 tons
Construction: in Philadelphia; vessel 14 years old; 2 12-pounds guns
Owners: F. Beckett
Draught under load: 14 feet
Port of survey: London
Voyage: sailed for Québec
 
(Red Book Underwriters)
Master: Captain A. Gourlie
Rigging: Ship; single deck with beams; sheathed in copper; copper repaired in 1813
Tonnage: 224 tons
Construction: American prize of capture
Owners: F. Beckett
Draught under load: 14 feet
Port of survey: London
Voyage: sailed for Québec

CAROLINE 1837
 
1) Master: Captain S. Smith
Rigging: Ship; sheathed in copper in 1835
Tonnage: 378 tons
Construction: 1825 in Bristol; some repairs in 1835
Owners: Gibbs & Co.
Port of registry: Bristol
Port of survey: Bristol
Voyage: sailed for Jamaica
 
2) Master: Captain Brooks
Rigging: Ship; sheathed in copper in 1836
Tonnage: 307 tons using old measurements and 397 tons using new measurements
Construction: 1836 in Bristol
Owners: Cunningham
Port of registry: Bristol
Port of survey: Bristol
Voyage: sailed for Tobago

CAROLINE - 1853
Master: Captain Thompson
Rigging: Barque; sheathed in felt and zinc in 1852
Tonnage: 402 tons
Construction: 1832 in Shields; vessel lengthened in 1840; new keelson in 1849;
                      new deck & major repairs in 1851; repairs to damages in 1852
Owners: Carr & Co.
Port of registry: Berwick
Port of survey: Berwick
Voyage: sailed for Australia

CAROLINE - 1853/1855
Master: Captain T. Jones (1853); Captain D. Green (1855)
Rigging: Ship; sheathed in yellow metal in 1850 & 1854; partly fastened with iron bolts
Tonnage: 697 tons using old measurements and 733 tons using new measurements
Construction: 1850 in Saint John, NB, using Oak, Pine, Hackmatac, Birch & Spruce
Owners: R. Davies (1853); G. Sweting (1855)
Port of registry: Beaumaris (1853); London (1855)
Port of survey: Liverpool (1853); London (1855)
Voyage: sailed for Port Adelaide (1853); Australia (1855)

CAROLINE - 1855

1) Master:  Captain Bell
Rigging:  Brigantine; sheathed in felt and zinc in 1854; fastened with iron bolts
Tonnage:  130 tons using old measurements and 95 tons using new measurements
Construction:  1851 in New Brunswick, using Hackmatac & Birch
Owners:  N. Tuite
Port of registry:  Liverpool
Port of survey:  Liverpool
Voyage:  sailed for Australia

2) Master:  Captain W. Lawson
Rigging:  Ship; sheathed in yellow metal in 1853
Tonnage:  844 tons using old measurements and 989 tons using new measurements
Construction:  1852 in Quebec, using Oak, Tamarack, Pine, Birch & Elm
Owners:  W. Sharpe
Port of registry:  Liverpool
Port of survey:  Liverpool
Voyage:  sailed for Australia

CAROLINE - 1880-1887

1) Code letters:  RVGL           Official Number:  76872
Master:  Captain Hardie
Rigging:  iron single screw steamer; 2 decks; 5 cemented bulkheads.
Tonnage:  646 tons gross, 590 under deck and 382 net.
Dimension:  192.8 feet long, 28.1 foot beam and holds 16.1; Poop 27 feet long;
                     Bridge Deck 48 feet; Forecastle 25 feet.
Construction:  1878, T. Royden & Sons in Liverpool; repairs to damages in 1880
Propulsion:  compound engine with 2 inverted cylinders of 29 & 58 inches diameter respectively;
                    stroke 36 inches; operating at 80 p.s.i.; 150 horsepower; engine built by
                    Laird  Bros. in Birkenhead.
Owners:  The Carron Co.
Port of registry: Grangemouth.

2) ex. ATHENIAN, former steamer
Official Number: 16872
Master:  Captain Davis
Rigging:  iron Ship; 2 decks; 5 cemented bulkheads.
Tonnage:  1,042 tons gross, 873 under deck and 984 net.
Dimensions:  243.3 feet long, 30.4 foot beam and holds 19.7 feet deep; Poop 56 feet long;
                      Forecastle 30 feet.
Construction:  1854, Smith & Rodger in Glasgow; some repairs in 1873.
Onwers:  W. Ross
Port of registry:  London

CAROLINE MIDDLETON - 1854
Master:  Captain W. Alcock
Rigging:  Ship; sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1854
Tonnage:  994 tons using old measurements and 1,050 tons using new measurements
Construction:  1853 in Richiboucto, N.B., using Hackmatac, Birch & Spruce
Owners:  J. Brown
Port of registry:  Liverpool
Port of survey:  Liverpool
Voyage:  sailed for Hobart Town

CARRADALE - 1880
Code letters: QPRH            Official Number: 76774
Master: Captain McDiarmid
Rigging: iron Ship; 2 decks; 1 cemented bulkhead
Tonnage: 1,294 tons gross, 1,161 under deck and 1,242 net
Dimensions: 227.3 feet long, 36.2 foot beam and holds 21.3 feet deep;
                    Poop 38 feet; Forecastle 32 feet
Construction: 1877, Dobie, Glasgow
Owners: S. Manford
Port of registry: Glasgow
Port of survey:  Dundee                        MISSING

CARRIBEAN - 1846/1850/1853
Master:  Captain Fleming
Rigging:  Barque; sheathed in copper in 1848
Tonnage:  245 tons
Construction:  1835 in Maryport
Owners:  Irving & Co.
Port of registry:  Workington
Port of survey:  London (1846); Workington (1850); Liverpool (1853)
Voyage:  sailed for Algo Bay (1846); Barbados (1853)

CARRICK - 1832/1844

(Red Book - Shipowners)
Master:  Captain Potts (1832); Captain W. Miller (1844)
Rigging:  Brig; single deck with beams; sheathed in 1830 & 1836
Tonnage:  244 tons
Construction:  1812 in Workington; good repairs 1826; some repairs in 1830;
                       new deck & top sides in 1836
Owners:  Potts & Co.
Draught under load:  15 feet
Port of registry: Whitehaven
Port of survey:  Whitehaven
Voyage:  sailed  for Ireland (1832); North America (1844)

CARRICKS - 1832

(Green Book - Underwriters)
Master:  a) Captain J. Potts; b) Captain J. Hudson (1832); Captain W. Miller (1844)
Rigging:  Brig; single deck with beams; sheathed in 1830 & 1836
Tonnage:  242 tons
Construction:  Workington; vessel 20 years old (1832); new deck & repairs in 1829;
                       new deck & top sides in 1836
Owners:  Potts & Co.
Draught under load:  14 feet
Port of registry: Whitehaven
Port of survey:  Dublin (1832); Whitehaven (1844)
Voyage:  sailed for Québec (1832); North America (1844)

CARRIE BELL - 1885
Code letters:  VCQL               Official Number:  45293
Master:  Captain McFaull
Rigging:  wood Schooner; fastened with iron bolts
Tonnage:  121 tons
Dimensions:  95.3 feet long, 21.4 foot beam and holds 11.3 feet deep
Construction:  1862, Simpson in Glasson Dock
Owners:  J.H. Barrow
Port of registry:  Lancaster

CARROLL - 1892-1894,  ex. PROTEUS
Code letters:  HCSP               Official Number:  4071
Master:  Captain Brown (1892-93); Captain C. Hanson (1893-94)
Rigging:  wood single screw Brigantine; 3 decks
Tonnage:  1,372 tons gross and 822 tons net
Dimensions:  206.7 feet long, 35.3 foot beam and holds 20.3 feet deep
Construction:  1862, in New York; re-built in 1874
Propulsion:  steam engine with 2 cylinders of 44 inches diameter each; stroke 36 inches; 497 horsepower;
                    engine by H. Esler & Co. in Brooklyn
Owners:  Boston, Halifax & Prince Edward Island Steam Ship Line (1892-93);
               North Atlantic Steam Ship Co. (1893-94)
Port of registry:  Boston                                       BROKEN UP Sept. 1894

CARROLL OF CARROLLTON - 1839
Master:  Captain T.J. Bird
Rigging:  Ship; sheathed in copper in 1834.
Tonnage:  695 tons.
Construction:  1829 in Baltimore, using White Oak and Pitch Pine.
Owners:  J. Walker.
Port of registry:  Philadelphia

CARROLLTON - 1905
Code letters: JMKC                Official Number: 125075
Rigging: wood Barque; 2 decks
Tonnage: 1,450 tons gross, 1,350 under deck and 1,353 net
Dimensions: 198.2 feet long, 39.6 foot beam and holds 24.6 feet deep
Construction: 1872, E. & A. Sewall in Bath, ME
Owners: W.E. Mighall
Port of registry: San Francisco

CARRYSFORTH - 1798
Master:  Captain J. Bullard
Rigging:  Ship; 2 decks; double sheathed in 1788;
Tonnage:  781 tons
Construction:  1783 in Archangel, using Fir; repairs in 1788, 1794 & 1795
                      12 9-pounds guns
Owners:  Wickstead
Draught under load:  19 feet
Port of survey:  Liverpool
Voyage:  sailed for the Baltic Sea; constant trader

CARTERSIDE - 1928,  ex. SUNNYCROFT,  ex. ENNISTOWN
Code letters: JPNW                    Official Number: 140288
Rigging: steel single screw steamer; 1 deck; 3 cemented bulkheads; machinery aft; cellular double
              bottom, forward 120 feet, 166 tons; Forward Peak Tank 49 tons; Aft Peak Tank 28 tons
Tonnage: 824 tons gross, 582 under deck and 380 net
Dimensions: 195 feet long, 30 foot beam and holds 12 feet deep;
                    Quarter Deck 94 feet; Bridge 11 feet; Forecastle 20 feet
Construction: 1917, Bartram & Sons Ltd. in Sunderland
Propulsion: triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 16, 26 & 43 inches diameter respectively;
                   stroke 27 inches; 119 nominal horsepower; 1 single ended boiler; 3 plain furnaces;
                   grate surface 53 sq. ft.; heating surface 2,028 sq. ft.; engine by
                   J. Dickinson & Sons Ltd. in Sunderland
Owners: Side Shipping Co. Ltd. (Connell & Grace Ltd., managers)
Port of registry: Newcastle

CARTHA - 1828-1832

(Green Book - Underwriters)
Master: Captain J. Lindsey (1828-29); Captain A. Smith (1830-31); Captain Morris (1832)
Rigging: Brig; single deck with beams; sheathed in copper in 1827 & 1830;
              copper repaired in 1829
Tonnage: 358 tons
Construction: New Brunswick; vessel 1 year old (1828)
Owners: Wilson
Draught under load: 16 feet
Port of survey: Greenock
Voyage: sailed for Calcutta (1828-30); Savanah (1831); Chaleur (1832)

(Red Book - Shipowners)
Master: Captain Lindsey (1828-29); Captain Smith (1830-32)
Rigging: Brig; single deck with beams; sheathed in copper in 1827 & 1830
Tonnage: 358 tons
Construction: 1826 in New Brunswick, using Black Birch & Pine
Owners: Hilson & Co.
Draught under load: 16 feet
Port of survey: Greenock (1828-29/1831-32); Liverpool (1830)
Voyage: sailed for Bengal (1828-29); Savanah (1830); Québec (1831-32)

CARTHUSIAN - 1908
Code letters: HFCS               Official Number: 85278
Master: Captain W.T. Davies
Rigging: steel single screw steamer; 1 deck; turret deck; 2 tiers of beams; water ballast
Tonnage: 4,121 tons gross , 3,458 under deck and 2,576 net
Dimensions: 350 feet long, 51.1 foot beam and holds 24 feet deep;
                    Poop 28 feet; Forecastle 41 feet
Construction: 1905, W. Doxford & Sons Ltd. in Sunderland
Propulsion: triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 26, 42 & 68 inches diameter respectively;
                  stroke 45 inches; 310 nominal horsepower; engine by the builders
Owners: J. Mathias & Sons
Port of registry: Aberystwith

CARVENTUM - 1920, ex. STRATHNESS
Code letters: HKNF                   Official Number: 124176
Master: Captain J.R. William
Rigging: steel single screw steamer; 1 deck & Spar Deck; 6 cemented bulkheads;
              fitted with electric light & wireless; cellular double bottom, aft 118 feet;
              under engine & boilers 42 feet, forward 166 feet; 1,062 tons; Deep Tank forward 24 feet,
              605 tons; Aft Peak Tank 127 tons
Tonnage: 4,354 tons gross, 4,063 under deck and 2,819 net
Dimensions: 370 feet long, 52.2 foot beam and holds 17.5 feet deep; Poop 25 feet;
                    Bridge 92 feet; Forecastle 40 feet
Construction: 1907, W. Hamilton & Co. Ltd. In Port Glasgow
Propulsion: triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 25, 41 & 68 inches diameter respectively;
                   stroke 48 inches; operating at 180 p.s.I.; 367 nominal horsepower; 3 single ended boilers;
                   9 corrugated furnaces; grate surface 165 sq. ft.; heating surface 5,886 sq. ft.;
                   engine by D. Rowan & Co. in Glasgow
Owners: Rome Steam Shipping Co. Ltd. (Fisher, Alimonda & Co. Ltd., managers)
Port of registry: Glasgow

CASCAPADIA - 1910-1919,  ex. FASTNET
Code letters:  NVSJ                   Official Number:  104632
Master:  Captain J.P. Lachance (1910-12); Captain J. Hearn (1913-17); Captain G. William (1918-19)
Rigging:  steel single screw steamer; 3 decks
Tonnage:  1,849 tons gross, 932 under deck and 1,185 net
Dimensions:  245.2 feet long, 35.2 foot beam and holds 15 feet deep; Poop 150 feet;
                     Bridge 25 feet; Forecastle 42 feet
Construction:  1895, W.B. Thompson & Co. Ltd. in Dundee
Propulsion:  triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 23, 38 & 61 inches diameter respectively;
                    stroke 48 inches; 258 nominal horsepower; engine by builders
Owners:  Québec Steam Ship Co. Ltd. (1908-13); Québec Steam Ships, Division of Canada
               Steamship Lines Ltd. (1914-19)
Port of registry:  Québec

CASHMERE 1850-1864
Master: Captain G. Pearson (1853-59); Captain Byron (1860); Captain Petherbridge (1861-63);
            Captain J. Way (1864)
Rigging: Ship; sheathed in yellow metal in 1850; sheathed in yellow metal & partly in felt in 1852 & 1855;
              sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1856, 1859, 1861 & 1864
Tonnage: 574 tons using old measurements and 640 tons using new measurements
Construction: 1850 in Sunderland; some repairs in 1856, 1861 & 1864
Owners: C. Tebbut (1850-60); Park & Co. (1861-63); Ivens & Co. (1864)
Port of registry: London
Port of survey: Sunderland (1851-52); London (1853-63); Gloucester (1864)
Voyage: sailed for New Zealand (1853-57/1860-61); India (1858-59)

CASSANDRA - 1832
(Red Book - Shipowners)
Master:  Captain Smith
Rigging:  Ship; single deck with beams
Tonnage:  299 tons
Construction:  1825 in America
Owners:  Captain
Draught under load:  15 feet
Port of survey:  Liverpool
Voyage:  sailed for New York

CASSANDER (note spelling)
(Green Book - Underwriters)
Master:  Captain L. Smith
Rigging:  Ship; sheathed in copper in 1830
Tonnage:  289 tons
Construction:  America; vessel 7 years old
Owners:  Page & Co.; American property
Draught under load: 15 feet
Port of survey:  Liverpool
Voyage:  sailed for New York

CASSANDRA - 1858
Master: Captain Galley
Rigging: Snow; sheathed in yellow metal in 1851
Tonnage:  224 tons
Construction: 1850, Sunderland
Owners: J. Johnson
Port of registry: Sunderland

CASSANDRA - 1876
Code letters: VDRT
Master: Captain T. Kidman
Rigging: Brigantine; sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1876
Tonnage: 176 tons
Dimensions: 101 feet long, 23.6 foot beam and holds 12.9 feet deep
Construction: 1863, Hoad in Rye; repairs to damages in 1871
Owners: Hould & Co.
Port of registry: Faversham

CASTELLANO - 1880
Master: Captain R. Azqueta
Rigging: iron single screw steamer; 1 deck; 3 cemented bulkheads
Tonnage: 287 tons gross, 225 under deck and 178 net
Dimensions: 139.8 feet long, 23.2 foot beam and holds 9.6 feet deep;
                    Raised Quarter Deck 47 feet; Forecastle 24 feet
Construction: 1880, R. Chambers Jr. in Dumbarton
Propulsion: compound engine with 2 inverted cylinders of 20 & 36 inches diameter respectively;
                   stroke 27 inches; 60 horsepower; engine by M. Paul & Co. in Dumbarton
Owners: Olano, Larrinaga & Co.
Port of registry: Manilla

CASTILIAN - 1857-1858
Master: Captain Finlay (1857); Captain Harrington (1858)
Rigging: Ship; sheathed in yellow metal in 1857; partly fastened with iron bolts
Tonnage: 1,064 tons
Construction: 1856 in New Brunswick, using Tamarack, Birch, Oak & Pitch Pine
Owners: McMorrin (1857); Miller & Co. (1858)
Port of registry: Saint John, NB (1857); London (1858)
Port of survey: Saint John, NB (1857); Liverpool (1858)
Voyage: sailed for Liverpool (1857); Australia (1858)

CASTLE EDEN - 1839-1840
Master:  Captain Anderson (1839); Captain Harrison (1840)
Rigging:  Snow
Tonnage:  258 tons
Construction:  1837 in Hartlepool
Owners:  General Shipping Co.
Port of registry:  Stockton
Port of survey:  Stockton
Voyage:  sailed for Hamburg

CASTLE EDEN - 1851
Master:  Captain Thornhill
Rigging:  Ship; sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1849
Tonnage:  760 tons using old measurements and 930 tons using new measurements
Construction:  1842 in Sunderland
Owners:  J. & F. Somes
Port of registry:  London
Port of survey:  London
Voyage:  sailed for New Zealand

CASTLE WOOD - 1921
Code letters:  LPVT                       Official Number: 217590
Rigging:  steel single screw steamer; 1 steel deck; 7 cemented bulkheads; fitted with electric light and
                wireless; cellular double bottom 270 feet long, 1,108 tons; Deep Tank aft 20 feet, 47 tons;
                Forward Peak Tank 84 feet; Aft Peak Tank 108 feet
Tonnage:  3,304 tons gross, 2,750 under deck and 1,971 net
Dimensions:  321.7 feet long, 50 foot beam and holds 21.6 feet deep; Poop 37 feet long;
                      Bridge Deck 82 feet; Forecastle 32 feet
Construction:  1919, Pusey & Jones Co. in Gloucester City, NJ
Propulsion:  triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 19 3/4, 31 1/2 & 54 1/2 inches diameter
                    respectively; stroke 36 inches; operating at 200 p.s.i.; 352 nominal horsepower;
                    2 single ended water tube boilers; 6 corrugated furnaces; grate surface 121 sq. ft.; heating
                    surface 5,946 sq. ft.; forced draught; engine built by the builders
Owners:  US Shipping Board
Port of registry:  Gloucester City, NJ

CASTLEMAIN - 1880-1887
Code letters:  RCGL            Official Number:  77002
Master:  Captain A. Nunn
Rigging:  iron single screw steamer; 1 iron deck; 2 tiers of beams; 4 cemented bulkheads;
               double bottom, aft 54 feet long, Forward 52 feet, 236 tons
Tonnage:  1,141 tons gross, 952 under deck and 729 net
Dimensions:  230.5 feet long, 31.2 foot beam and holds 17 feet deep;
                     Raised Quarter Deck 80 feet long; Bridge Deck 34 feet
Construction:  1877, Palmers' Co. Ltd. in Newcastle
Propulsion:  compound engine with 2 inverted cylinders of 27 & 51 inches diameter respectively;
                    stroke 33 inches; operating at 75 p.s.i.; 98 horsepower;
                    engine built by the same company as the hull
Owners:  J. & E. Wilson
Port of registry:  London

CASTLETON - 1940, ex. EARL GRANARD, ex. PAULINE, ex. GROTIUS,
                                       ex. COURTLAND
Official Number: 118938
Rigging: steel single screw trawler; 1 deck
Tonnage: 211 tons gross, 194 under deck and 83 net
Dimensions: 115.4 feet long, 21.6 foot beam and holds 11.5 feet deep;
                    Quarter Deck 58 feet; Forecastle 19 feet
Construction: 1904, Cook, Welton & Gemmell in Beverley
Propulsion: triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 12, 21 & 34 inches diameter respectively;
                   stroke 24 inches; 65 registered horsepower; engine by Amos & Smith, Hull
Owners: T.C. & F. Moss Ltd.
Port of registry: Grimsby

CATABRIA - 1938
Code letters:  EAAL
Rigging:  steel single screw steamer; 2 decks; 6 partly cemented bulkheads; cellular double bottom
               368 feet, 1,274 tons; Forward Peak Tank 131 tons; Aft Peak Tank 269 tons
Tonnage:  5,649 tons gross, 5,157 under deck and 3,374 net
Dimensions:  410.5 feet long, 54.1 foot beam and holds 27.5 feet deep; Poop 59 feet;
                     Bridge 115 feet; Forecastle 47 feet
Construction:  1919, J. Coughland & Sons in Vancouver, B.C.
Propulsion:  triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 25, 44 & 73 inches diameter respectively;
                   stroke 48 inches; operating at 180 p.s.i.; 532 nominal horsepower; 3 single ended boilers;
                   9 corrugated furnaces; grate surface 116 sq. ft.; heating surface 8,008 sq. ft.; engine built by
                   J.G. Kincaid & Co. Ltd. in Greenock
Owners:  A.F. Perez
Port of registry:  Santander

CATALONE 1904-1908
Code letters: SJVP                   Official Number: 114684
Master: Captain E.J. Giles
Rigging: steel single screw, 4 masts, steamer; machinery aft; fitted with electric light
Tonnage: 3,788 tons gross, 3,467 under deck and 2,416 net
Dimensions: 350.8 feet long, 46.1 foot beam and holds 27.7 feet deep; Poop 72 feet;
                    Bridge 24 feet; Forecastle 32 feet
Construction: 1901, C.S. Swan & Hunter Ltd. in Newcastle
Propulsion: triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 23 ½, 39 & 66 inches diameter respectively;
                   stroke 48 inches; 302 nominal horsepower; engine by Wallsend Slipway Co. Ltd. in Newcastle
Owners: English & American Shipping Co. Ltd. (C.T. Bowring & Co. Ltd., managers)
Port of registry: London

CATALONIA - 1889
Code letters: WBGS                   Official Number: 84126
Rigging: iron single screw Barque
Tonnage: 4,841 tons gross, 4,638 under deck and 3,093 net
Dimensions: 429.6 feet long, 43 foot beam and holds 33.8 feet deep; Forecastle 7 tons
Construction: 1881, J. & G. Thomson in Glasgow
Propulsion: compound engine with 2 inverted cylinders of 51 & 88 inches diameter respectively;
                   stroke 60 inches; 600 horsepower; engine by the builders
Owners: Cunard Steam Ship Co. Ltd.
Port of registry: Liverpool

CATARAQUI - 1845
Master:  Captain Finley
Rigging:  Barque; sheathed in 1845
Tonnage:  712 tons using old measurements and 802 tons using new measurements
Construction:  1840 in Québec, using Oak, Elm, Hackmatac, Birch & Red Pine
Owners:  Smith & Son
Port of registry:  Liverpool
Port of survey:  Liverpool
Voyage:  Port Philip

CATHERINE - 1833

(Red Book - Shipowners)
1) Master:  Captain Fenn
Rigging:  Ship; 2 decks; sheathed in copper in 1830
Tonnage:  535 tons
Construction:  1819 in River; top sides shifted 1831
Owners:  Fenn & Co.
Draught under load:  18 feet
Port of survey:  London
Voyage:  Madras

2) Master:  Captain Clark
Rigging:  Brig; single deck with beams; sheathed in copper in 1827
Tonnage:  283 tons
Construction:  1824 in New Brunswick, using Black Birch & Pine
Owners:  Stewart
Draught under load:  8 feet
Port of survey:  Greenock
Voyage:  sailed for Calcutta

(Green Book - Underwriters)
1) Master:  Captain B. Fenn
Rigging:  Ship; 2 decks; sheathed in copper in 1830; copper repaired in 1831
Tonnage:  550 tons
Construction: in River; vessel 14 years old; iron standards and knees
Owners:  B. Fenn
Draught under load:  18 feet
Port of survey:  London
Voyage:  sailed for Calcutta

2) Master:  Captain T. Clark
Rigging:  Brig; single deck with beams; sheathed in copper in 1827
Tonnage:  289 tons
Construction:  in New Brunswick, using Black Birch, Pine & Hackmatac; vessel 9 years old
Owners:  Gillies & Co.
Draught under load:  15 feet
Port of survey:  Greenock
Voyage:  sailed for "Chlur" (any suggestion???)

CATHERINE JAMIESON - 1841
Master:  Captain Hutchinson
Rigging:  Barque; sheathed in yellow metal in 1841
Tonnage:  360 tons using old measurements and 451 tons using new measurements
Construction:  1841 in Sunderland
Owners:  Jamieson
Port of registry:  Kirklady
Port of survey:  Sunderland
Voyage:  sailed for Sydney

CATHRINE - 1940, ex. SILVERLIGHT-1939, ex. ENGINEER AVDAKOFF
Code letters: ESDJ
Rigging: steel single screw steamer; 1 deck; deep framing; 4 cemented bulkheads;
              cellular double bottom, aft 90 feet, under engine & boilers 34 feet; forward 108 feet, 488 tons;
              Aft Peak Tank 55 tons
Tonnage: 1,885 tons gross, 1,680 under deck and 1,154 net
Dimensions: 275.1 feet long, 40.1 foot beam and holds 18.1 feet deep; Poop 29 feet;
                    Bridge 68 feet; Forecastle 30 feet
Construction: 1904, Osbourne, Graham & Co., Sunderland
Propulsion: triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 20 1/2, 35 & 54 inches; stroke 36 inches;
                   operating at 180 p.s.i.; 195 nominal horsepower; 2 single ended boilers; 4 plain furnaces;
                   grate surface 80 sq. ft.; heating surface 3,080 sq. ft.; engine by G. Clark Ltd., Sunderland
Owners: A. Inkapööl, E. Jakobson & others (A. Truuberg, manager)
Port of registry: Tallinn

CATO - 1837-1840
Master: Captain J. Leslie
Rigging:  Schooner; double sheathed in 1836; partly fastened with iron bolts
Tonnage:  131 tons using old measurements and 118 tons using new measurements
Construction:  1805 in Bridprort; nearly rebuilt in 1836
Owners:  Catto & Sons
Port of registry:  Aberdeen
Port of survey:  Aberdeen
Voyage:  sailed for Archangel (1837); Leith (1840)

CATO - 1839
Master: Captain J. Taylor
Rigging: Barque; sheathed in 1838; partly fastened with iron bolts
Tonnage: 315 tons
Construction: 1807 in Hull; new top sides & major repairs in 1835;
                      repairs to damages in 1836
Owners: Pope
Port of registry: Plymouth
Port of survey: Plymouth
Voyage: sailed for North America

CATO - 1940

1) Code letters:  KGHN           Official Number:  144691       ex. FINK
Rigging:  steel single screw steamer; 1 deck; fitted with electric light; water ballast.
Tonnage:  1,436 tons gross, 1,007 under deck and 855 net.
Dimensions:  230.9 feet long, 36.4 foot beam and holds 15 feet deep; Quarter Deck 75 feet long;
                      Bridge Deck 101 feet; Forecastle 29 feet.
Construction:  1913, Stettiner Oderwerke in Stettin
Propulsion:  triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 16 9/16, 27 3/5 & 43 3/16 inches diameter
                    respectively; stroke 31 1/2 inches; 165 nominal horsepower; engine built by the
                    same company as the hull.
Owners:  Ellerman's Wilson Line Ltd.
Port of registry:  Hull

2)Code letters:  JFVG           Official Number:  134703
Rigging:  steel single screw steamer; 1 steel deck & steel shelter deck; 4 cemented bulkheads;
                cellular double bottom, aft 53 feet long, under engine & boilers 33 feet & forward 92 feet,
                213 tons; Aft Peak Tank 18 tons.
Tonnage:  710 tons gross, 577 under deck and 291 net.
Dimensions:  231 feet long, 30.9 foot beam and holds 19 feet deep.
Construction:  1914, Campbelton Ship Building Co. in Campbelton.
Propulsion:  triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 15, 25 1/2 & 41 inches diameter respectively;
                    stroke 30 inches; operating at 180 p.s.i.; 85 registered horsepower; 2 single ended boilers;
                    4 corrugated furnaces; grate surface 79 sq. ft.; heating surface 2,386 sq. ft.; engine built
                    by Ross & Duncan in Glasgow.
Owners:  Bristol Steam Navigation Co. Ltd.
Port of registry:  Bristol

CAVINA 1915-1916
Code letters: JKHP                   Official Number: 136348
Master: Captain O. Jones
Rigging: steel twin screws steamer; 2 decks & 2 partial decks; ; fitted with electric light,
              refrigerating machinery and submarine signalling device
Tonnage: 6,539 tons gross, 5.132 under deck and 3,998 net
Dimensions: 425.4 feet long, 54.3 foot  beam and holds 29.9 feet deep; Poop 43 feet;
                    Bridge 195 feet; Forecastle 50 feet
Construction: 1915, Workman, Clark & Co. Ltd. in Belfast
Propulsion: triple expansion engine with 6 cylinders of 23 ½, 39 ½ & 67 inches diameter each pair;
                   stroke 48 inches; 622 nominal horsepower; engine by the builders
Owners: Elders & Fyffes Ltd.
Port of registry: Belfast

CAVINA - 1945
Code letters: GKFV                Official Number: 147896
Rigging: twin screws steamer; 2 decks; fitted with direction finder, echo sounding device, submarine
              signalling device & refrigerating machinery; water ballast
Tonnage: 6,902 tons gross, 5,243 under deck ad 4,002 net
Dimensions: 425.2 feet long, 54.1 foot beam and holds 30.3 feet deep; Poop 42 feet;
                    Bridge 195 feet; Forecastle 48 feet
Construction: 1924, A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. in Govan
Propulsion: triple expansion engines with 6 cylinders of 23 1/2, 39 1/2 & 67 inches each pair; stroke 48 inches;
                   engines by the builders
Owners: Elders & Fyffes Ltd.
Port of registry: Glasgow

CAWTON - 1855
Master:  Captain G. Sutton
Rigging:  Brig; sheathed in felt and zinc in 1855; partly fastened with iron bolts
Tonnage:  238 tons
Construction:  1825 in Hull; new deck & major repairs in 1848; new keelson, partial new wales &
                       top sides in 1855
Owners:  Willis & Co.
Port of registry:  Scarborough
Port of survey:  Shields
Voyage:  sailed for Spain

CAYO MANZANILLO - 1912-1914
Code letters:  HBGD           Official Number:  118492
Master:  Captain McL. Hunter
Rigging:  steel single screw steamer; 1 steel deck & spark deck, partly iron & partly steel; deep framing;
               5 cemented bulkheads; cellular double bottom, aft 84 feet, under engine & boilers 44 feet and
               forward 154 feet, 618 tons; Aft Peak Tank 46 tons.
Tonnage:  3,538 tons gross, 2,830 under deck and 2,273 net.
Dimensions:  330 feet long, 45 foot beam and holds 15.8 feet deep; Poop & Bridge Deck 203 feet long;
                      Forecastle 34 feet.
Construction:  1904, Armstrong Whitworth & Co. Ltd. in Newcastle.
Propulsion:  triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 24 1/2, 40 & 66 inches diameter respectively;
                    stroke 45 inches; operating at 180 p.s.i.; 328 nominal horsepower; 2 single ended boilers;
                    8 corrugated furnaces; grate surface 156 sq. ft.; heating surface 5,210 sq. ft.; engine built by
                    North East Marine Engine Co. Ltd. in Newcastle.
Owners:  Cuban Steam Ships Co. Ltd. (E. Bigland & Co. Ltd. managers)
Port of registry:  London

CAYO MONO - 1898-1905
Code letters: NFJR              Official Number: 102807
Master: Captain W.H. Friend
Rigging: steel single screw steamer; 1 deck & Spar Deck; 5 cemented bulkheads;
              cellular double bottom 262 feet, 552 tons
Tonnage: 2,711 tons gross, 2,512 under deck and 1,756 net
Dimensions: 315.7 feet long, 41 foot beam and holds 16.8 feet deep; Poop 70 feet;
                    Bridge 86 feet; Forecastle 35 feet
Construction: 1893, C.S. Swan Hunter & Co. in Newcastle
Propulsion: triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 24, 38 & 64 inches diameter respectively;
                   stroke 42 inches; 267 nominal horsepower; 2 single ended boilers; 6 corrugated furnaces;
                   grate surface 115 sq. ft.; heating surface 4,017 sq. ft.; engine by T. Richardson & Sons
                   in Hartlepool
Owners: Cuban Steam Ships Co. Ltd. (E. Bigland & Co., managers)
Port of registry: London

CECIL - 1900-1905
Official Number:  97227
Master:  Captain R. Owen
Rigging:  iron single screw steamer; 1 deck; machinery aft; water ballast; flat keel.
Tonnage:  229 tons gross, 184 under deck and 75 net.
Dimensions:  130.2 feet long, 21.1 foot beam and holds 9.5 feet deep;
                      Quater Deck 47 feet long; Forecastle 17 feet.
Construction:  1890, R. Smith & Co. in Lytham
Propulsion:  compound engine with 2 cylinders of 18 & 36 in. diameter respectively;
                    stroke 24 inches; 60 registered horsepower; engine built by Clayton,
                    Goodfellow & Co. in Blackburn.
Owners:  Cecil Steam Ship Co. Ltd. (G. W. Hayes)
Port of registry:  Runcorn

CEDAR - 1876/1887
Code letters:  QCDT
Rigging:  wood Barque
Tonnage:  718 tons
Dimensions:  149.6 feet long, 33.1 foot beam and holds 19.6 feet deep
Construction:  1866, F. Tecklenborg in Bremerhaven
Owners:  H. Danelsberg (1876-77); J.D. Helmken (1887-88)
Port of registry:  Bremen

CEDARTREE - 1939
Code letters: MNZT                    Official Number: 160419
Rigging: steel single screw steamer; 1 deck; 4 cemented bulkheads; fitted with wireless;
              cellular double bottom 202 feet, 430 tons; Forward Peak Tank 127 tons;
              Aft Peak Tank 158 tons
Tonnage: 1,557 tons gross, 1,154 under deck and 824 net
Dimensions: 245 feet long, 36.6 foot beam and holds 16 feet deep; Poop 147 feet;
                    Forecastle 27 feet
Construction: 1928, J. Crown & Sons Ltd. in Sunderland
Propulsion: triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 19, 31 & 51 inches diameter respectively;
                   stroke 36 inches; 193 nominal horsepower; 2 single ended boilers; 6 corrugated
                   furnaces; grate surface 93 sq. ft.; heating surface 3,268 sq. ft.; engine by
                   G. Clark Ltd. in Sunderland
Owners: Shamrock Shipping Co. Ltd.
Port of registry: London

CEDRIC - 1903-1905
Code letters:  TSVB                  Official Number:  115354
Master:  Captain H.J. Huddock
Rigging:  steel twin screws, 4 masts, steamer; 4 decks & shade deck; fitted with electric light and
                refrigerating machinery; water ballast.
Tonnage:  21,035 tons gross, 17,101 under deck and 13,520 net.
Dimensions:  680.9 feet long, 75.3 foot beam and holds 44.1 feet deep; Poop 150 feet long;
                      Bridge Deck 334 feet; Forecastle 105 feet.
Construction:  1902, Harland & Wolff in Belfast.
Propulsion: quadruple expansion engine with 8 cylinders of 33, 47 1/2, 68 1/2 & 98 inches diameter
                    respectively; stroke 63 inches; 1,524 nominal horsepower; engine built by the builders
Owners:  Oceanic Steam Navigation Co. Ltd. (Ismay, Imrie & Co. Managers)
Port of registry:  Liverpool

CEDRIC - 1965
Code letters: GPRG                   Official Number: 185253
Rigging: twin screws motor vessel; 3 decks; 4th deck in No. 2 & 3 holds; fitted with direction finder,
              echo sounding device, gyro-compass, radar, radiotelephony & refrigerating machinery;
Tonnage: 11,232 tons gross, 6,557 tons net & 11,771 tons summer deadweight
Dimensions: 512 feet long, 69ft. 3in. beam and holds 30ft. 10in. deep
Construction: 1952, Harland & Wolff Ltd. in Belfast
Propulsion: twin 2-stroke, single acting oil engines, each with 6 cylinders of 750 mm diameter each;
                   stroke 1,500 mm; engine by the builders
Owners: Shaw, Savill & Albion Co. Ltd.
Port of registry: Shouthampton

CELAENO - 1901-1905
Code letters: NJSG
Master: Captain J.C. Bakker
Rigging: steel single screw steamer; 1 deck; 2 tiers of beams; 5 cemented bulkheads
Tonnage: 2,704 tons gross, 2,076 under deck and 1,712 net
Dimensions: 300 feet long, 42 foot beam and holds 19.9 feet deep;
                    Quarter Deck 108 feet; Bridge 138 feet; Forecastle 33 feet
Construction: 1894, W. Doxford & Sons Ltd. in Sunderland
Propulsion: triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 23, 38 & 62 inches diameter respectively;
                   stroke 42 inches; 251 nominal horsepower; 2 single ended boilers; 6 ribbed furnaces;
                   grate surface 120 sq. ft.; heating surface 3,800 sq. ft. engine by the builders
Owners: Hudig & Veder's Stoomv. Matts. (Hudig & Veder, managers)
Port of registry: Rotterdam

CELESTIAL - 1855
Master:  Captain Groves
Rigging:  Ship, sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1855.
Tonnage:  450 tons using old measurements and 503 tons using new measurements.
Construction:  1853 in Stockton; repairs to damages in 1855
Owners:  Kinseng.
Port of registry:  Singapore

CELTIC - 1887
Call sign:  LKRP           Official Number:  65979
Master:  Captain B. Gleadell
Rigging:  iron single screw, 4 masts, Barque; 3 decks; 2 of iron; 7 bulkheads
Tonnage:  3,867 tons gross, 3,754 under deck and 2,439 net.
Dimensions:  437.2 feet long, 40.9 foot beam and holds 23.4 feet deep.
Construction:  1872,  Harland & Wolff Co. in Belfast.
Propulsion:  compound engine with 4 inverted cylinders of 41 & 78 inches diameter each pair;
                    stroke 60 inches; 600 horsepower; engine built by G. Forrester & Co. in Liverpool
Owners:  Oceanic Steam Navigation Co. Ltd.
Port of register:  Liverpool

CELTIC MONARCH - 1884-1909
Code letters: JLQN       Official Number:  87979
Master: Captain G. Morrison (1886-1903); Captain L. Thomas (1903-07);
             Captain L.O. Llewelly (1907-09)
Rigging: iron Ship; 2 decks; 1 cemented bulkhead
Tonnage: 2,119 tons gross, 1,972 under deck and 2,073 net
Dimensions: 277.3 feet long, 42.5 foot beam and holds 24.2 feet deep;
                    Poop 50 feet; Forecastle 34 feet
Construction: 1884, T. Royden & Sons in Liverpool
Owners: Parry, Jones & Co. (1884-88); Celtic Monarch Ship. Co. Ltd. (R. Hughes-Jones & Co., managers)
Port of registry: Liverpool

CELTIC PRIDE - 1912-1915
Code letters: HQKM                    Official Number: 129256
Master: Captain G. Griffiths
Rigging: steel single screw steamer; 1 deck; 3 cemented bulkheads; machinery aft;
              cellular double bottom forward 93 feet, 108 tons; Forward Peak Tank 20 tons
Tonnage: 456 tons gross, 306 under deck and 205 net
Dimensions: 155.3 feet long, 25.2 foot beam and holds 9.8 feet deep; Quarter Deck 90 feet;
                    Bridge 9 feet; Forecastle 19 feet
Construction: 1910, A. Hall & Co. Ltd. in Aberdeen
Propulsion: compound engine with 2 cylinders of 17 1/4 & 39 inches diameter respectively;
                   stroke 27 inches; 80 registered horsepower; 1 single ended boiler; 3 plain furnaces;
                   grate surface 50 sq. ft.; heating surface 1,343 sq. ft.; engine by the builders
Owners: J. Monks & Co. Ltd.
Port of registry: Hull

CEPHALONIA - 1887
Code letters:  WLVP        Official Number:  86205
Master:  Captain Walker
Rigging:  iron single screw Barque
Tonnage:  5,517 tons gross, 5,235 under deck and 3,490 net
Dimensions:  430.6 feet long, 46.5 foot beam and holds 34.5 feet deep; Forecastle 79 tons
Construction:  1882, Laird Bros. in Birkenhead
Propulsion:  compound engine with 2 inverted cylinders of 52 & 93 inches diameter respectively;
                    stroke 66 inches; 700 horsepower; engine built by the builders
Owners:  Cunard Steam Ship Co. Ltd.
Port of registry:  Liverpool

CERES - 1830

(Red Book - Shipowners)
Master:  Captain Dunn
Rigging:  Brig; single deck with beams; sheathed in 1827
Tonnage:  327 tons
Construction:  1809 in Shields; new topside, partial new wales & thorough repairs in 1826
Owners:  Forest
Draught under load:  16 feet
Port of survey:  Bristol
Voyage:  sailed for America

(Green Book - Underwriters)
Master:  Captain W. Dunn
Rigging:  Snow; single deck with beams; sheathed in 1826
Tonnage:  326 tons
Construction:  Shields; vessel 21 years old; some repairs in 1824 & 1825; repairs to damages in 1828
Owners:  T. Forest
Draught under load:  16 feet
Port of survey:  Cowes
Voyage:  sailed for London

CERES - 1870-1872
Official Number: 60221
Master: Captain Langley (1870); Captaon Wager (1871-72)
Rigging: iron single screw steamer; rigged for sail; 5 cemented bulkheads
Tonnage: 962 tons using old measurements and 786 tons using new measurements
Dimensions: 226.6 feet long, 30 foot beam and holds 16.9 feet deep
Construction: 1870, Leckie in Torry; repairs to damages in 1871
Propulsion: auxiliary steam engine producing 90 horsepower
Owners: W.A. Massey
Port of registry: Hull
Port of survey: Aberdeen (1870); Falmouth (1871-72)
Voyage: sailed for the Baltic Sea ( 1870); the Black Sea (1871-72)

CERINTHUS 1938
Code letters: GTNX                   Official Number: 162481
Rigging: steel single screw steam tanker; 1 deck; 2nd deck in forehold; 13 partly cemented bulkheads
              fitted with direction finder; cellular double bottom under engine & boilers 54 feet, 83 tons;
              Deep Tank forward 26 feet, 426 tons; Forward Peak Tank 89 tons; Aft Peak Tank 105 tons
Tonnage: 3,878 tons gross, 3,146 under deck and 2,318 net
Dimensions: 336 feet long, 48.8 foot beam and tanks 25.6 feet deep; Poop 88 feet;
                    Forecastle 49 feet
Construction: 1930, Hawthorn, Leslie & Co. Ltd. in Newcastle
Propulsion: triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 20, 35 & 55 inches diameter respectively;
                   stroke 39 inches; 385 nominal horsepower; 2 single ended boilers; 6 corrugated furnaces;
                   heating surface 6,510 sq. ft.; engine by the builders
Owners: Hadley Shipping Co. Ltd.
Port of registry: London

CERVONA - 1911-1913
Code letters: PMGV                    Official Number: 104736
Master: Captain C.T. Stoke
Rigging: steel single screw steamer; 1 deck & Spar Deck; 6 cemented bulkheads; deep framing;
              fitted with refrigerating machinery & submarine signalling device; cellular double bottom,
              aft 114 feet, under engine & boilers 46 feet, forward 150 feet, 702 tons; Forward Peak Tank
              54 tons; Aft Peak Tank 45 tons
Tonnage: 3,779 tons gross, 3,553 under deck and 2,373 net
Dimensions: 368 feet long, 45 foot beam and holds 18.8 feet deep; Poop 24 feet
Construction: 1896, C. Connell & Co. in Glasgow
Propulsion: triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 27, 43 & 71 inches diameter respectively;
                  stroke 48 inches; operating at 160 p.s.i.; 396 nominal horsepower; 2 single ended boilers;
                  6 corrugated furnaces; grate surface 115 sq. ft.; heating surface 5,312 sq. ft.;
                  engine built by Dunsmuir & Jackson in Glasgow
Owners: Cairn Line of Steam Ships Ltd. (Cairns, Noble & Co., managers)
Port of registry: Dundee

CEYLON - 1938
Code letters:  SGYA                      Official Number:  5244
Rigging:  steel single screw steamer; 2 steel deck, Upper deck sheathed    in wood;
               well deck; 7 cemented bulkheads; fitted with electric light & direction finder;
               cellular double bottom, aft 122 feet long, under engine & boilers 29 feet & forward 212 feet;
               990 tons; Forward Peak Tank 82 tons; Aft Peak Tank 25 tons.
Tonnage:  5,235 tons gross, 4,907 under deck and 3,627 net.
Dimensions:  425 feet long, 54.1 foot beam and holds 26.9 feet deep;
                      Poop & Bridge Deck 349 feet long; Forecastle 44 feet.
Construction:  1911, Hawthorn, Leslie & Co. Ltd. in Newcastle
Propulsion:  triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 27, 45 & 75 inches diameter respectively;
                    stroke 51 inches; operating at 180 p.s.i.; 544 nominal horsepower; 3 single ended boilers;
                    9 corrugated furnaces; grate surface 184 sq. ft.; heating surface 7,900 sq. ft.;
                    engine built by North East Marine Engine Co. Ltd. in Newcastle.
Owners:  A/B Svenska Ostasiatiska Komp (G. Borin manager)
Port of registry:  Gothenburg
 

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