Register of Ships - T,U
transcribed from the Lloyd's Register of British and Foreign Shipping
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TAGUS - 1875
Code letters:  HQJT
Rigging:  iron single screw Brig
Tonnage:  1,908 tons gross, 1,896 under deck and 1,250 net
Dimensions:  267.7 feet long, 33.4 foot beam and holds 25.6 feet deep
Construction:  1868 in Glasgow
Propulsion:  steam engine with 2 inverted cylinders of 44 inches diameter each; stroke 40 inches;
                    150 horsepower; engine by London & Glasgow Engine Co. in Glasgow
Owners:  Mercantile Steam Ship Co. Ltd.
Port of registry:  London

TAHCHEE - 1944
Code letters: GNBF                      Official Number: 136066
Rigging: steel single screw, 3 masts, steam tanker; 2 decks; 17 partly cemented bulkheads;
              machinery aft; cellular double bottom under engine & boilers 80 feet, 279 tons;
              Deep Tank forward 45 feet, 577 tons; Forward Peak Tank 20 tons; Aft Peak Tank 210 tons
Tonnage: 6,508 tons gross, 5,816 under deck and 4,055 net
Dimensions: 420.5 feet long, 54.4 foot beam and tanks 32.6 feet deep;
                    Poop 118 feet, Bridge 28 feet; Forecastle 47 feet
Construction: 1914, Sir R. Dixon & Co. Ltd. in Middlesbrough
Propulsion: quadruple expansion engine with 4 cylinders of 24, 35, 50 1/2 & 73 inches diameter respectively;
                   stroke 51 inches; 526 nominal horsepower; 3 single ended boilers; 9 corrugated furnaces;
                   grate surface 170 sq. ft.; heating surface 7,125 sq. ft.; engine by North East Marine
                   Engine Co. Ltd. in Newcastle
Owners: Socony-Vacuum Transportation Co. Ltd.
Port of registry: London

TALANG AKAR - 1940
Code letters: PHWI
Rigging: steel single screw tanker; 1 deck; 11 cemented bulkheads; cellular double bottom
              under engine & boilers 43 feet, 112 tons; Forward Peak Tank 165 tons; Aft Peak Tank 53 tons
Tonnage: 2,046 tons gross, 1,569 under deck and 1,108 net
Dimensions: 280 feet long, 47.1 foot beam and tanks 16.2 feet deep; Poop 68 feet;
                    Bridge 22 feet; Forecastle 40 feet
Construction: 1926, Furness Ship Building Co. Ltd. in Haverton Hill-on-Tees
Propulsion: triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 19, 30 & 49 inches diameter respectively;
                   stroke 36 inches; 230 nominal horsepower; 2 single ended boilers; 4 corrugated furnaces;
                   engine by Richardsons, Westgarth & Co. Ltd. in Hartlepool
Owners: N.V. Nederlandsche Koloniale Tankvaart Maats.
Port of registry: The Hague

TAMAR - 1851
Master: Captain T. Stayner
Rigging: Barque; sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1849
Tonnage: 448 tons using old measurements and 556 tons using new measurements
Construction: 1846 in Newport
Owners: J. Weller
Port of registry: London
Port of survey: London
Voyage: sailed for New South Wales

TAMERLANE - 1847-1848
Master: Captain R. James
Rigging: Barque; sheathed partly in 1840 and partly in 1847
Tonnage: 400 tons using old measurements and 493 tons using new measurements
Construction: 1824 in Nova Scotia; new top sides in 1834; new keel & some repairs in 1847
Owners: Froste
Port of registry: Aberystwyth
Port of survey: Aberystwyth
Voyage: sailed for Québec (1847)

TAMERLANE - 1870
Master:  Captain J. Craig
Rigging:  iron Ship; 2 cemented bulkheads
Tonnage:  764 tons
Dimensions:  196.4 feet long, 32.1 foot beam and holds 18.6 feet deep
Construction:  1861, Scott in Greenock
Owners:  J. & W. Stuart
Port of registry:  Greenock
Port of survey:  London
Voyage:  sailed for Australia

TAM-O-SHANTER - 1837
Master: Captain Sumpton
Rigging: Barque; sheathed in copper in 1836
Tonnage: 270 tons
Construction: 1836 in Workington
Owners: Captain & Co.
Port of registry: Liverpool
Port of survey: Workington
Voyage: sailed for Québec

TANDA 1930, ex. MADRAS, ex. TANDA
Code letters: JFNM                            Official Number: 136289
Rigging: steel twin screws steamer; 2 decks & Shelter Deck; 7 cemented bulkheads;
              fitted with electric light, wireless & refrigerating machinery; cellular double bottom,
              aft 140 feet, under engines & boilers 95 feet, forward 153 feet, 1,089 tons;
              Forward Peak Tank 106 tons; Aft Peak Tank 81 tons
Tonnage: 6,956 tons gross, 5,444 under deck and 4,237 net
Dimensions: 430.5 feet long, 58.2 foot beam and holds 28.6 feet deep; Poop 46 feet;
                    Bridge 169 feet; Forecastle 45 feet
Construction: 1914, A. Stephen & Sons, Ltd. in Glasgow
Propulsion: triple expansion engines with 6 cylinders of 21, 35 & 58 inches diameter each pair;
                   stroke 48 inches; 843 nominal horsepower; 4 single ended & 1 auxiliary single ended boilers;
                   19 corrugated furnaces; grate surface 332 sq. ft.; heating surface 13,659 sq. ft.; engine by the builders
Owners: Eastern & Australian Steam Ships Co. Ltd.
Port of registry: Glasgow

TANTIVY - 1852-1857
Master: Captain S. Brewster
Rigging: Ship; sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1852, 1855 & 1857;
              partly fastened with iron bolts
Tonnage: 988 tons using old measurements and 1,040 tons using new measurements
Construction: 1851 in New Brunswick, using Hackmatac, Birch & Oak
Owners: Robinson
Poprt of registry: Liverpool
Port of survey: Liverpool
Voyage: sailed for New York (1852-55); Australia (1857)

TAROBA - 1905
Code letters:  TRSG                      Official Number:  115725
Master:  Captain T.P. Nailer, appointed to the ship in 1903
Rigging:  steel twin screws Schooner; 3 decks, Upper steel deck sheathed in teak, Main steel
               deck sheathed in wood; 7 cemented bulkheads; fitted with electric light; cellular double
               bottom, aft 119 feet, under engine & boilers 113 feet & forward 169 feet, 1,124 tons;
               forward Deep Tank 26 feet, 858 tons; Forward Peak Tank 86 tons; Aft Peak Tank 110 tons.
Tonnage:  6,309 tons gross, 5,537 under deck and 3,657 net.
Dimensions:  445.8 feet long, 53.8 foot beam and holds 29.9 feet deep; Poop 70 feet long;
                     Bridge 119 feet; Forecastle 71 feet; bar keel 1 inch.
Construction:  1902,  W. Denny  & Bros. in Dumbarton
Propulsion: triple expansion engine with 6 cylinders of 26 1/2, 44 & 73 in. diameter each pair;
                   stroke 48 inches; operating at 180 p.s.i.; 994 nominal horsepower; 6 single ended
                   boilers; 18 corrugated furnaces; grate furnace 342 sq. ft.; heating surface 14,400 sq. ft.;
                   forced draught; engine by the builders
Owners:  British India Steam Navigation Co. Ltd.
Port of registry:  Glasgow

TARTAR - 1857
Master:  Captain McGreen
Rigging:  Barque; sheathed in yellow metal in 1853
Tonnage:  301 tons
Construction:  1850 in Plymouth
Owners:  W. Kerswill
Port of registry:  Plymouth
Port of survey:  London
Voyage:  Algoa Bay

TAUNTON - 1776
Master:  Captain John Fowler
Rigging:  Ship; 2 decks.
Tonnage:  220 tons
Construction:  1774 in Piscat
Owners:  American; Helicar
Draught under load:  14 feet
Port of survey:  Bristol
Voyage:  sailed for Jamaica

TAURUS - 1842-1845
Master: Captain J. Martin (1842); Captain J. Tindal (1843-44); Captain Henderson (1845)
Rigging: Snow; partly fastened with iron bolts
Tonnage: 207 tons using old measurements and 184 tons using new measurements
Construction: 1841 in Aberdeen; some repairs in 1844
Owners: Robertson (1842-43); Nisbet & Co. (1844-45)
Port of registry: Aberdeen
Port of survey: Aberdeen (1842-44); Liverpool (1845)
Voyage: sailed for Québec (1842); the Baltic Sea (1843-45)

TEES - 1914

1)  Code letters: HKLQ                Official Number: 122869
Rigging: steel single screw steamer; 1 deck; 4 cemented bulkheads; fitted with electric light;
              cellular double bottom, aft 65 feet, under engine 17 feet, forward 104 feet, 350 tons;
              Forward Peak Tank 54 tons; Aft Peak Tank 92 tons
Tonnage: 1,388 tons gross, 1,095 under deck and 857 net
Dimensions: 239.5 feet long, 36.1 foot beam and holds 15.5 feet deep; Poop 24 feet;
                    Quarter Deck 59 feet; Bridge 50 feet; Forecastle 26 feet
Construction: 1907, J. Crown & Sons Ltd. in Sunderland
Propulsion: triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 19, 31 & 51 inches diameter respectively;
                   stroke 36 inches; 170 nominal horsepower; 1 single ended boiler; 4 plain furnaces;
                   grate surface 66 sq. ft.; heating surface 2,746 sq. ft.; engine by
                   North East Marine Engine Co. Ltd. in Sunderland
Owners: Witherington & Everett
Port of registry: Newcastle

2)  Code letters: HTVG                Official Number: 132280
Rigging: steel single screw steamer; 1 deck; 4 cemented bulkheads; cellular double bottom,
              aft 32 feet, forward 14 feet, 59 tons; Forward Peak Tank 37 tons; Aft Peak Tank 16 tons
Tonnage: 533 tons gross, 381 under deck and 238 net
Dimensions: 165.2 feet long, 26.1 foot beam and holds 12.7 feet deep; Quarter Deck 85 feet;
                    Bridge 14 feet; Forecastle 24 feet
Construction: 1911, Goole Ship Building & Repairing Co. Ltd. in Goole
Propulsion: triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 13, 21 & 35 inches diameter respectively;
                   stroke 24 inches; 78 registered horsepower; 1 single ended boiler; 3 plain furnaces;
                   grate surface 46 sq. ft.; heating surface 1,386 sq. ft.; engine by
                   Richardson, Westgarth Co. Ltd. in Middlesbrough
Owners: E.P. Hutchinson
Port of registry: Hull

TEKOA - 1939
Code letters: KLRN                    Official Number: 145994
Rigging: steel single screw steamer; 2 steel decks & steel Shelter Deck; 7 bulkheads, partly cemented &
              partly ashpalted; cruiser stern; fitted with electric light, refrigerating machinery, wireless &
              direction finder; cellular double bottom 385 feet, 1,404 tons; Forward Peak Tank 95 tons;
              Aft Peak Tank 29 tons
Tonnage: 8,531 tons gross, 8,182 under deck and 5,328 net
Dimensions: 460.6 feet long, 62.8 foot beam and holds 35 feet deep; Bridge Deck 270 feet; Forecastle 54 feet
Construction: 1922, Earle's Co. Ltd. in Hull
Propulsion: 3 steam turbines, double reduction geared to 1 screw shaft; operating at 190 p.s.i.; 1,230 nominal
                  horsepower; 5 single ended boilers; 20 corrugated furnaces; grate surface 390 sq. ft.; heating
                  surface 17,375 sq. ft.; engine by the builders
Owners: New Zealand Shipping Co. Ltd.
Port of registry: London

TELEGRAPH - 1855
Master: Captain W. Ritson
Rigging: Brigantine; sheathed in felt and zinc in 1854; fastened with iron bolts
Tonnage: 129 tons
Construction: 1853 on Prince Edward Island
Owners: W. Miller
Port of registry: Liverpool
Port of survey: Liverpool
Voyage: sailed for Australia

TELEGRAPH - 1855/1858
Master:  Captain J. Irvine (1855); R. White (1858)
Rigging:  Ship; sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1853 & 1857; partly fastened with iron bolts
Tonnage:  1,164 tons using old measurements and 1,118 tons using new measurements
Construction:  1853 in Saint John, NB, using Hackmatac, Pine, Oak & Birch
Owners:  Kirk & Co. (1855); Coltart & Co. (1858)
Port of registry:  Liverpool
Port of survey:  Liverpool
Voyage:  sailed for Australia

TELEGRAPH - 1861
Master:  Captain W. Mear 
Rigging:  Snow; sheathed in felt and zinc in 1859; partly fastened with iron bolts
Tonnage:  250 tons using old measurements and 192 tons using new measurements
Construction:  1847 in Middlesborough; some repairs in 1854 & 1856; new keelson & some repairs in 1859
Owners:  W.G. Mear
Port of registry:  Exeter
Port of survey:  Newport
Voyage:  sailed for France

TERN - 1869
Master:  Captain S. Taylor
Rigging:  Schooner; sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1866; fastened with iron bolts
Tonnage:  95 tons
Dimensions:  83.2 feet long, 16.2 foot beam and holds 9.6 feet deep;
Construction:  1851 in Faversham; vessel lengthened in 1866
Owners:  Redman
Port of registry:  Faversham

TEUTONIC - 1905
Rigging: LFWN                    Official Number: 96334
Rigging: steel twin screws, 3 masts Schooner; fitted with electric light & refrigerating machinery
Tonnage: 9,984 tons gross, 8,829 under deck and 4,269 net
Dimensions: 565.8 feet long, 57.8 foot beam and holds 39.2 feet deep
Construction: 1889, Harland & Wolff Ltd. in Belfast
Propulsion: triple expansion engine with 6 cylinders of 43, 68 & 110 inches diameter each pair;
                  stroke 60 inches; 1,875 nominal horsepower; engine by the builders
Owners: Oceanic Steam Navigation Co. Ltd. (Ismay, Imrie & Co., managers)
Port of registry: Liverpool

TEXAS - 1914
Code letters:  JSWB                  Official Number:  5389
Master:  Captain B.H. Willquist, appointed to the ship in 1912.
Rigging:  steel single screw Schooner; 1 deck & Spar Deck; fitted with electric light & wireless;
               water ballast.
Tonnage:  3,589 tons gross, 3,039 under deck and 2,200 net.
Dimensions:  332.1 feet long, 46 foot beam and holds 15.9 feet deep; Poop 87 feet long;
                      Bridge Deck 116 feet; Forecastle 37 feet; House on deck 285 tons.
Construction:  1908,  Bergens Mek. Vaerks. in Bergen
Propulsion:  triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 24, 40 & 66 inches diameter respectively;
                    stroke 45 inches; 292 nominal horsepower; engine by the builders
Owners:  Aktieb. Svenska Amerika-Mexico Linien (Dan. Brostrom, manager)
Port of registry:  Gothenburg

THALES - 1883
Code letters:  MHRK                 Official Number:  69294
Rigging:  iron single screw Schooner; 1 deck & Awning Deck, 3 tiers of beams; 5 cemented bulkheads
Tonnage:  1,501 tons gross, 1,455 under deck and 932 net
Dimensions:  266 feet long, 31.3 foot beam and holds 17.5 feet deep
Construction:  1873, Hall, Russell & Co. in Aberdeen
Propulsion:  compound engine with 2 cylinders of 26 & 58 inches diameter respectively;
                    stroke 39 inches; operating at 70 p.s.i.; 98 horsepower; engine by the builders
Owners:  Liverpool, Brazil & River Plante Steam Navigation Co. Ltd.
Port of registry:  Liverpool

THALIA - 1856
Master: Captain D. Boddie
Rigging: Barque; sheathed in felt and zinc in 1855; fastened with iron bolts
Tonnage: 221 tons
Construction: 1854 in New Brunswick, using Birch, Spruce & Tamarack
Owners: Holden & Co.
Port of registry: Saint John, NB
Port of survey: Dublin
Voyage: sailed for Cardiff

THAMES - 1859
Master: Captain W. Tatham
Rigging: Ship; sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1855; partly fastened with iron bolts
Tonnage: 737 tons using old measurements and 830 tons using new measurements
Construction: 1854 in Nova Scotia, using Tamarack, Birch, Oak, Red Pine & Spruce
Owners: D. Dunbar
Port of registry: London
Port of survey: London
Voyage: sailed for Australia

THE HOPESTAR - 1936
Code letters: GYRL                   Official Number: 161592
Rigging: steel single screw steamer; 1 deck & Shelter Deck; 7 partly cemented bulkheads; cellular double bottom
              356 feet, 1,215 tons; Deep Tank aft 33 feet, 1,366 tons; Forward Peak Tank 100 tons;
              Aft Peak Tank 106 tons
Tonnage: 5,267 tons gross, 4,885 under deck and 3,192 net
Dimensions: 416.8 feet long, 57.4 foot beam and holds 27 feet deep; Forecastle 30 feet
Construction: 1936, Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson Ltd. in Newcastle
Propulsion: 2 steam turbines double reduction geared to single screw shaft; 400 nominal horsepower;
                   2 single ended boilers with superheaters; 6 corrugated furnaces; grate surface 118 sq. ft.;
                   heating surface 4,238 sq. ft.; engine by Parsons Marine Steam Turbine Co. Ltd. in Wallsend
Owners: Wallsend Shipping Co. Ltd. (Stott, Mann & Fleming Ltd., managers)
Port of registry: Newcastle

THE MACBAIN - 1881
Code letters: WFPN                    Official Number: 82749
Rigging: wood Barquentine; 1 deck; 2 tiers of beams
Tonnage: 291 tons gross, 259 under deck and 248 net
Dimensions: 121.5 feet long, 25.4 foot beam and holds 14 feet deep
Construction: 1881, J. Roney in Arbroath
Owners: J.T. Crampton & Co.
Port of registry: Portsmouth

THE MURRAY - 1880
Master: Captain Rod
Rigging: Ship
Tonnage: 903 tons gross, 811 under deck and 903 net
Dimensions: 193.7 feet long, 33.2 foot beam and holds 20.2 feet deep
Construction: 1861, Hall in Aberdeen
Owners: Rod
Port of registry: Tonsberg

THEMIS - 1845
Master:  Captain Thompson
Rigging:  Snow
Tonnage:  263 tons
Construction:  1832 in Sunderland
Owners:  Fenwicks
Port of registry:  North Shields
Port of survey:  Newcastle
Voyage:  sailed for America

THEMIS - 1857
Master:  Captain T. Coram
Rigging:  Ship; sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1855; fastened with iron bolts
Tonnage:  809 tons
Construction:  1854 in New Brunswick, using Tamarack, Birch, Pine & Oak
Owners:  W. Olive, Son & Co.
Port of registry:  Saint John, N.B.
Port of survey:  Liverpool
Voyage:  sailed for India

THEMISTOCLES - 1927
Code letters: HSCD                     Official Number: 129349
Rigging: steel twin screws Schooner; 2 decks; Awning Deck partly sheathed in wood; 3rd deck in
              No. 3 & after holds; 10 partly cemented bulkheads; fitted with electric light, refrigerating
              machinery, wireless & submarine signalling device; cellular double bottom, aft 113 feet,
              under engine & boilers 96 feet, forward 214 feet, 1,688 tons; Forward Peak Tank 155 tons;
              Aft Peak Tank 105 tons
Tonnage: 11,231 tons gross, 9,574 under deck and 7,046 net
Dimensions: 500.6 feet long, 62.3 foot beam and holds 39.4 feet deep; Poop 47 feet; Bridge 245 feet;
                    Forecastle 64 feet
Construction: 1911, Harland & Wolff Ltd., Belfast
Propulsion: quadruple expansion engine with 8 cylinders of 23, 34, 48 & 69 inches diameter each pair;
                   stroke 51 inches; operating at 215 p.s.i.; 1,075 nominal horsepower; 3 double ended &
                   2 single ended boilers; 24 corrugated furnaces; grate surface 496 sq. ft.; heating surface
                  19,858 sq. ft.; engine by the builders
Owners: G. Thompson & Co. Ltd.
Port of registry: Aberdeen

THERESINA - 1880
Official Number: 76384
Master: Captain C.C. Kaas
Rigging: iron single screw Brig
Tonnage: 1,109 tons gross, 1,002 under deck and 684 net
Dimensions: 239.8 feet long, 30.8 foot beam and holds 18 feet deep
Construction: 1876, Dixon in Middlesborough
Propulsion: compound engine with 2 cylinders of 30 & 60 inches diameter respectively;
                   stroke 30 inches; 150 horsepower; engine by Fawcett & Preston in Liverpool
Owners: R. Singlehurst
Port of registry: Liverpool

THERMOPYLAE - 1874
Code letters:  WPVJ                    Official Number:  60688
Master:  a) Captain R. Kemball; b) Captain C. Matheson
Rigging:  Ship; sheathed in yellow metal in 1874; fastened with copper bolts; roof on deck
Tonnage:  947 tons
Dimensions:  210 feet long, 36 foot beam and holds 21 feet deep
Construction:  1868, Hood in Aberdeen; iron frame planked
Owners:  Thompson & Co.
Port of registry:  Aberdeen

THESAURUS - 1867
Master:  Captain C. Hubbard
Rigging:  Ship; sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1866; partly fastened with iron bolts
Tonnage:  800 tons
Dimensions:  155 feet long, 34 foot beam and holds 21 feet deep
Construction:  1865, Jardine in Richiboucto
Owners:  J. & T. Jardine
Port of registry:  Miramichi
Port of survey:  Liverpool
Voyage:  sailed for Savanah

THETIS - 1852
Master: Captain Richmond
Rigging: Barque; sheathed in felt and metal in 1852
Tonnage: 251 tons
Construction: 1811 in Whitby; partial new deck & top sides in 1844 & 1846;
                      some repairs in 1850, 1851 & 1852
Owners: Richmond
Port of registry: North Shields
Port of survey: Glasgow

THISTLE - 1842
Master:  Captain Thomas
Rigging:  Brig; partly fastened with iron bolts
Tonnage:  265 tons
Construction:  1835 in New Brunswick, using Black Birch, Hackmatac & Spruce; some repairs in 1840
Owners:  J. Penrose
Port of registry:  Waterford
Port of survey:  Waterford
Voyage:  sailed for Québec

THISTLE - 1855
Master:  Captain Read
Rigging:  Brigantine
Tonnage:  129 tons using old measurements and 104 tons using new measurements
Construction:  1827 in Nova Scotia; new deck, wales & top sides in 1847
Owners:  Pearce & Co.
Port of registry:  St. Ives
Port of survey:  Penzance
Voyage:  sailed on Coastal Trade

THISTLE 1889-1901/1918-1927
Code letters: VCMN                                      Official Number: 45249
Master: Captain R. Lewis (1889-1901); Captain W. Baker (1918-27)
Rigging: wood Schooner; partly fastened with iron bolts
Tonnage: 122 tons gross, 100 under deck and 122 net
Dimensions: 86 feet long, 20 foot beam and holds 11 feet deep
Construction: 1863, Scott in Bowling
Owners: R. Lewis Jr. (1889-1901); Cornish Traders Ltd. (1918-27)
Port of registry: Greenock (1889-1901); Plymouth (1918-27)

THOMAS & JOSEPH CRISP - 1850-1853
Master:  Captain D. Williams
Rigging:  Barque; sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1850
Tonnage:  319 tons using old measurements and 371 tons using new measurements
Construction:  1840 in Sunderland; some repairs in 1848
Owners:  Gumm & Co.
Port of registry:  London
Port of survey:  London
Voyage:  sailed for Sydney

THOMAS ADAMS - 1884
Official Number:  89492
Master:  Captain Gourley
Rigging:  iron single screw steamer; 1 iron deck; 4 cemented bulkheads
Tonnage:  807 tons gross, 594 under deck and 510 net
Dimensions:  190 feet long, 30 foot beam and holds 12.9 feet deep; Raised Quarter Deck 62 feet long;
                      Bridge Deck 49 feet; Forecastle 25 feet
Construction:  1883, R. Dixon & Co. in Middlesbrough
Propulsion:  compound engine with 2 inverted cylinders of 25 & 47 inches diameter respectively;
                    stroke 30 inches; operating at 80 p.s.i.; 90 horsepower; engine built by
                    Blair & Co. in Stockton
Owners:  T.C. Lawrence & Co.
Port of registry:  London

THOMAS ARBUTHNOT - 1847
Master: Captain J. Smith
Rigging: Ship; sheathed in yellow metal in 1845
Tonnage: 523 tons using old measurements and 621 tons using new measurements
Construction: 1841 in Aberdeen; some repairs in 1842; new keelson & some repairs in 1844
Owners: Arbuthnot
Port of registry: Peterhead
Port of survey: London
Voyage: sailed for Madras

THOMAS BELL - 1867
Code letters: VDCN                    Official Number: 45384
Master: Captain Wylie
Rigging: iron Ship; 2 cemented bulkheads
Tonnage: 838 tons
Dimensions: 183 feet long, 30.6 foot beam and holds 21.5 feet deep
Construction: 1862, Reid in Port Glasgow
Owners: T. Bell
Port of registry: Liverpool
Port of survey: Liverpool
Voyage: sailed for India

THOMAS BENNETT - 1843
Master:  Captain E. Halsey
Rigging:  Ship; sheathed in copper; partly fastened with iron bolts
Tonnage:  506 tons
Construction:  1835 in Charleston, using Locust, Cedar & Pitch Pine
Owners:  Bennett & Co.
Port of registry:  Charleston
Port of survey:  Liverpool
Voyage:  sailed for Charleston

THOMAS FIELDEN - 1854

1)Master:  Captain T. Couper
Rigging:  Ship; sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1851
Tonnage:  904 tons
Construction:  1847 in Quebec
Owners:  Hamlin
Port of registry:  Greenock
Port of survey:  Liverpool
Voyage:  sailed for Australia

2) Master:  Captain Edie
Rigging:  Barque; sheathed in yellow metal in 1852
Tonnage:  398 tons using old measurements and 465 tons using new measurements
Construction:  1838 in Newport; some repairs in 1851
Owners:  Locketts
Port of registry:  Liverpool
Port of survey:  Liverpool
Voyage:  sailed for Calcutta

THOMAS GELSTON - 1832

(Green Book - Underwriters)
Master:  Captain R. Lowry
Rigging:  Ship; single deck with beams; partly fastened with copper bolts
Tonnage:  458 tons
Construction:  in New Brunswick, using Black Birch, Hackmatac & Spruce; vessel 21 years old;
                       major repairs in 1826; some repairs in 1831
Owners:  Martin & Co.
Draught under load:  17 feet
Port of survey:  Belfast
Voyage:  sailed for Québec

THOMAS GIBBENSON - 1821

(Green Book - Underwriters)
Master: Captain F. Naghell
Rigging: Ship; 2 decks; sheathed in copper in 1815
Tonnage: 334 tons
Construction: in Baltimore; vessel 10 years old
Owners: Captain & Co.; American property
Draught under load: 16 feet
Port of survey: Liverpool
Voyage: sailed for Baltimore

(Red Book - Shipowners)
Master: Captain T. Naghell
Rigging: Ship; 2 decks; sheathed in copper in 1820
Tonnge: 334 tons
Construction: 1811 in Gonect (???)
Owners: Brockwell
Draught under load: 16 feet
Port of survey: Liverpool
Voyage: sailed for Baltimore

THOMAS J. CARROLL - 1939-1947
Official Number: 157278
Rigging: wood motor vessel
Tonnage: 172 tons gross, 160 under deck and 85 net (1939);
                149 tons gross, 138 under deck and 101 net (1940-47)
Dimensions: 123 feet long, 24 foot beam and holds 10.6 feet deep (1939)
                    115 feet long, 24 foot beam and holds 9.8 feet deep (1940-47)
Construction: 1937, W. McKay & Sons Ltd. in Shelburne, NS;
                      vessel shortened in 1939
Owners: D.C. Althouse
Port of registry: St. John's, NF

THOMAS PINCKNEY - 1943
Code letters: KGJA                    Official Number: 242104
Rigging: single screw steamer; 2 decks; cruiser stern, fitted with direction finder &
              echo sounding device; water ballast
Tonnage: 7,177 tons gross and 4,375 tons net
Dimensions: 422.8 feet long, 57 foot beam and holds 34.8 feet deep
Construction: 1942, North Carolina Ship Building Co. in Wilmington, NC
Propulsion: triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 24 1/2, 37 & 70 inches diameter respectively;
                  stroke 48 inches; 339 nominal horsepower; engine by General Machinery Corp.
                  in Hamilton, ON
Owners: United States War Shipping Administration
Port of registry: Wilmington, NC

THOMAS RITCHIE 1833/1837-1839
Master:  Captain S. White (1833); Captain G. Thrift (1837-39)
Rigging:  Barque; partly fastened with iron bolts
Tonnage:  385 tons
Construction:  1825 in Québec; some repairs in 1835
Owners:  Dubore & Co. (1833 Green Book); Jamieson (1833 Red Book); Stuckey & Co. (1837-39)
Port of registry:  Bridgewater
Port of survey:  Bristol
Voyage:  sailed for Québec (1837-39)

THOMAS STEPHENS 1887
Code letters: JNGB                    Official Number: 63199
Master: Captain Johnson
Rigging: iron Ship; 2 decks; 1 cemented bulkhead
Tonnage: 1,528 tons gross, 1,371 under deck and 1,469 net
Dimensions: 263 feet long, 38.2 foot beam and holds 23.1 feet deep; Poop & Forecastle 159 tons
Construction: 1869, W.H. Potter & Co. in Liverpool
Owners: T. Stephens & Sons
Port of registry: London

THOMAS WOOD - 1846-1847
Master: Captain Mesnard
Rigging: Brig
Tonnage: 282 tons
Construction: 1838 in Hartlepool; repairs to damages in 1845
Owners: Thompson
Port of registry: Hartlepool

THOMAS WOOD - 1859-1862
Official Number:  27503
Master:  Captain A. Millar
Rigging:  Barque; sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1859; fastened with copper bolts
Tonnage:  520 tons
Construction:  1859, Austin in Sunderland
Owners:  Ritson & Co.
Port of registry:  Sunderland
Port of survey:  Sunderland
Voyage:  sailed for India

THOMPSON 1779-1790
Master: Captain R. Johnson (1779-80/1783); Captain T. Gibson (1781-82); Captain Jos. Bell (1784-90)
Rigging: Ship (1779-86); Brig (1787); single deck with beams; sheathed in 1780, 1782 & 1786
Tonnage: 240 tons (1779-89); 221 tons (1790)
Construction: 1778 in Whitehaven; 4 4-pounds & 4 3-pounds guns
Owners: Captain & Co. (1779-80); R. Johnson & Co. (1781-90)
Draught under load: 14 feet
Port of survey: Whitehaven (1779-83/1787-90)); Liverpool (1784-86)
Voyage: sailed for New York (1779); Transportation (1781-82); Halifax (1783);
             Virginia (1784); South Carolina (1786); Greenland (1787-90)

THORPEHALL - 1937, ex. BAZAN-1936, ex. OAKMERE
Code letters: GJYM                    Official Number: 124289
Rigging: steel single screw steamer; 1 deck & Shelter Deck; 4 cemented bulkheads; fitted with wireless;
              cellular double bottom, aft 61 feet, under engine 17 feet, forward 115 feet, 283 tons
Tonnage: 1,251 tons gross, 1,108 under deck and 744 net
Construction: 245 feet long, 36 foot beam and 15.9 feet deep
Construction: 1910, Sunderland Ship Building Co. Ltd. in Sunderland
Propulsion: triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 18 1/2, 31 & 52 inches diameter respectively;
                  stroke 36 inches; operating at 180 p.s.i.; 170 nominal horsepower; 1 single ended boilers;
                  3 corrugated furnaces; grate surface 50 sq. ft.; heating surface 2,646 sq. ft.;
                  engine by North East Marine Engine Co. Ltd. in Sunderland
Owners: Westcliff Shipping Co. Ltd.
Port of registry: London

THOUGHT - 1873-1875
Code letters:WHTP                    Official Number: 50381
Master: Captain J. Cottingham (1873); Captain W. Austin (1875)
Rigging: Schooner; sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1870; fastened with copper bolts
Tonnage:  168 tons
Dimensions: 108.3 feet long, 21.7 foot beam and holds 11.4 feet deep
Construction: 1864, Bayley in Ipswich
Owners: W. Bayley
Port of registry: Ipswich
Port of survey: Ipswich
Voyage: sailed for Mediterannean Sea

THRUSH - 1875
Official Number:  54872
Master:  a) Captain G. Sinclair; b) Captain W. Moire
Rigging:  Barque; 1 deck; 2 tiers of beams; sheathed in yellow metal in 1875;
               fastened with copper bolts
Tonnage:  281 tons gross, 271 under deck and 281 net
Dimensions:  107 feet long, 26 foot beam and holds 15.6 feet deep; Raised Quarter Deck 4 tons
Construction:  1866, Potts in Sunderland; repairs to damages in 1875
Owners:  Potts Bros.
Port of registry:  Sunderland

THYPHOON - 1943, ex. COLORADO - 1941, ex. WILLIAM F. HERRIN
Code letters:  HPWM
Rigging:  steel single screw tanker; 2 steel decks; web frames; 11 cemented bulkheads
                cellular double bottom under engine & boilers 79 feet long, forward 56 feet, 381 tons;
                Forward Peak Tank 45 tons; Aft Peak Tank 109 tons
Tonnage:  4,938 tons gross, 4,510 under deck and 3,143 net
Dimensions:  386.2 feet long, 52.1 foot beam and tanks 29.5 feet deep; Poop 128 feet long;
                      Bridge Deck 50 feet; Forecastle 45 feet
Construction:  1911, Newport News Ship Building & Dry Dock Co. in Newport News
Propulsion:  triple expansion engine with 3 of cylinders 24 1/2, 40 & 68 inches diameter respectively;
                    stroke 48 inches; operating at 200 p.s.i.; 461 nominal horsepower; 4 single ended boilers;
                    12 corrugated furnaces; grate surface 226 sq. ft.; heating surface 8,320 sq. ft.;
                    engine by the builders
Owners:  U.S. Maritime Commission
Port of registry:  Panama

TIBIA - 1940
Rigging: single screw motor tanker; 1 deck, 2nd deck clear of cargo tanks; machinery aft; cruiser stern;
              18 cemented bulkheads; cellular double bottom under engine 78 feet, 194 tons; Deep Tank
              forward 28 feet, 385 tons; Forward Peak Tank 246 tons; Aft Peak Tank 130 tons
Tonnage: 10,356 tons gross, 9,356 under deck and 6,147 net
Dimensions: 504.6 feet long, 64.5 foot beam and tanks 37 feet deep; Poop 103 feet; Bridge Deck 45 feet;
                    Forecastle 59 feet
Construction: 1939, N.V. Nedelandsche Scheepsbouw Maatschappij in Amsterdam
Propulsion: 4-stroke, single acting oil engine with 10 cylinders of 25 9/16 inches diameter each;
                  stroke 55 1/8 inches; 2 double ended boilers operating at 180 p.s.i.; 628 nominal horsepower;
                  engine by Werkspoor N.V. in Amsterdam
Owners: N.V. Petroleum Maatschappij "La Corona"
Port of registry: The Hague

TIDAL WAVE - 1869
Code letters: JGRM                    Official Number: 24790
Rigging: wood Barque; 1 deck
Tonnage: 608 tons gross and 497 tons net
Dimensions: 161.5 feet long, 37.2 foot beam and holds 13.7 feet deep
Construction: 1869 in Port Madison, WA
Owners: W.H. Hanson
Port of registry: Tacoma, WA

TIEN CHEE - 1973, ex. GOLDEN JUBILEE-1971, ex. CORAL TRADER-1969,
                                    ex. DANSBORG-1964
Code letters: 6ZDX                    Official Number: 2175
Rigging: single screw motor tanker; 1 deck; 16 bulkheads; 30 tanks - 919,906 liters capacity;
              water ballast 667 tons including Deep Tanks forward 403 tons; fitted with direction finder,
              echo sounding device, gyro-compass & radar
Tonnage: 12,595 tons gross, 7,553 tons net and 18,750 tons summer deadweight
Dimensions: 580 feet long, 70 ft. 4 in. beam and tanks 30 ft. 4 in. deep; Poop 114 feet;
                    Bridge 40 feet; Forecastle 50 feet
Construction: 1955, John Cockerill S.A. in Hoboken
Propulsion: 2-stroke, single acting oil engine with 9 cylinders of 740 mm diameter each;
                  stroke 1,400 mm; 8,400 brake horsepower; engine by John Cockerill S.A. in Seraing
Owners: Power Tankers Inc. Ltd.
Port of registry: Monrovia

TIEN TSIN (TIENTSIN) - 1863-1874
Code letters: QHDM                Official Number: 29798
Master: Captain J. Jarman
Rigging: Barque; sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1861 & 1866;
              partly fastened with iron bolts
Tonnage: 242 tons using old measurements and 254 tons using new measurements
Dimensions: 121.5 feet long, 25 foot beam and holds 12.7 feet deep
Construction: 1861, Pile in Sunderland; repairs to damages in 1866
Owners: J. Hay (1863-65); Jarman Bros. (1866-74)
Port of registry: London
Port of survey: Sunderland (1863-65); London (1866-74)
Voyage: sailed for China (1863)

TIGRIS - 1872
Master:  Captain Wheelan
Rigging:  Barque; sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1865
Tonnage:  393 tons using old measurements and 429 tons using new measurements
Dimensions:  109 feet long, 26.6 foot beam and holds 18 feet deep
Construction:  1851 in Sunderland; some repairs in 1861; repairs to damages in 1865
Owners:  Smith & Co.
Port of registry:  Scarborough
Port of survey:  London
Voyage:  sailed for the West Indies

TIMARU - 1872
Official Number:  52592
Master:  Captain J. Shaw
Rigging:  Ship; sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1871; partly fastened with iron bolts
Tonnage:  883 tons
Dimensions:  163.4 feet long, 33.8 foot beam and holds 22.7 feet deep
Construction:  1865, Nevins in New Brunswick
Owners:  Potter & Co.
Port of registry:  Glasgow
Port of survey:  London
Voyage:  sailed for Australia

TIMOR - 1830-1832

( Green Book - Underwriters)
Master: Captain J. Jones
Rigging: Ship; 2 decks; sheathed in copper in 1829
Tonnage: 252 tons
Construction: in America; vessel 20 years old; some repairs in 1829
Owners: Bennett & Co.
Draught under load: 16 feet
Port of survey: London
Voyage: sailed for the South Seas

(Red Book - Shipowners)
Master: Captain Jones (1830-31); Captain Coleman (1831-32)
Rigging: Ship; 2 decks; sheathed in copper in 1829
Tonnage: 352 tons
Construction: 1811 in Philadelphia; decks doubled in 1826; some repairs in 1829
Owners: Bennett
Draught under load: 15 feet
Port of survey: London
Voyage: sailed for Souther Fishing Grounds

TINTERN ABBEY - 1883
Code letters: NPFM                    Official Number: 69628
Master: Captain P.B. Stephenson
Rigging: Ship
Tonnage: 1,373 tons gross, 1,228 under deck and 1,373 net
Dimensions: 196 feet long, 40 foot beam and holds 24.4 feet deep Poop 104 tons; Forecastle 14 tons
Construction: 1874, Valin in Québec
Owners: H. Ellis & Sons
Port of registry: London                    ABANDONNED

TINTERN ABBEY - 1887
Code letters: QNMW                    Official Number: 77194
Master: Captain Thomas H. Tindale
Rigging: iron single screw Schooner; 1 deck; 2 tiers of beams; 4 cemented bulkheads;
              double bottom, aft 73 feet, forward 79 feet
Tonnage: 1,222 tons gross, 969 under deck and 786 net
Dimensions: 230 feet long, 31.6 foot beam and holds 17.3 feet deep; Raised Quarter deck 84 feet;
                    Forecastle 31 feet
Consntruction: 1877, E. Withy & Co. in Hartlepool; repairs to damages in 1881
Propulsion: compound engine with 2 inverted cylinders of 28 & 53 inches diameter respectively;
                   stroke 33 inches; operating at 65 p.s.i.; 110 horsepower;
                   engine by T. Richardson & Sons in Hartlepool
Owners: Pyman, Watson & Co.
Port of registry: Cardiff

TITANIC - 1888
Code letters: KRLT                    Official Number: 93171
Master: Captain S.S. Nelson
Rigging: steel single screw Schooner; 1 deck; 2 tiers of beams; 4 cemented bulkheads;
              cellular double bottom 210 feet, 414 tons; Forward Peak Tank 43 tons; Aft Peak Tank 48 tons
Tonnage: 1,608 tons gross, 1,252 under deck and 1,016 net
Dimensions: 280 feet long, 35.1 foot beam and holds 16.3 feet deep; Forecastle 35 feet;
                    Bridge Deck 86 feet; Raised Quarter Deck 92 feet
Construction: 1888, McIlwaine, Lewis & Co. Ltd. in Belfast
Propulsion: triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 21 1/2, 35 & 57 1/2 inches diameter
                   respectively; stroke 36 inches; operating at 160 p.s.i.; 260 nominal horsepower;
                   engine by the builders
Owners: Smith & Service
Port of registry: Belfast

TJISADANE - 1942
Code letters:  THPJ
Rigginng:  steel single screw motorship; 3 decks; steel Weather Deck sheathed in teak; 4 deck in
                 No. 1 hold; 6 partly asphalted & partly cemented bulkheads toWeather Deck and 1 bulkhead
                 to 3rd deck; fitted with electric light & wireless; cellular double bottom 363 feet long, 1,341 tons;
                Deep Tank aft 35 feet long, 900 tons; Forward Peak Tank 148 tons; Aft Peak Tank 78 tons
Tonnage:  9,228 tons gross, 7,411 under deck and 5,780 net
Dimensions:  440.6 feet long, 62.2 foot beam and holds 34.4 feet deep; Poop 109 feet long;
                      Bridge Deck 133 feet; Forecastle 53 feet.
Construction:  1931, Scheepsbouw Maatschappij
Propulsion: 2-stroke cycle, single acting oil engine with 8 cylinders of 29 15/16 inches diameter each;
                   stroke 52 3/4 inches; 1,250 nominal horsepower; engine built by Werkspoor in Amsterdam
Owners:  Java-China-Japan Lijn
Port of registry:  Batavia
Port of survey:  Sourabaya

TJITJALENGKA - 1967
Code letters: PIAD
Rigging: steel single screw motor vessel; 3 decks; 5 bulkheads to Upper Deck and 2 bulkheads to
              2nd Deck; 4 holds, capacity 504,238 cu. ft.; water ballast 2,767 tons
Tonnage: 10,945 tons gross, 6,527 tons net and 9,424 tons summer deadweight
Dimensions: 475 ft. 7 in. long, 64 ft. 8 in. beam and holds 28 ft. 1 in. deep;
                    Poop 104 feet; Bridge 147 feet; Forecastle 55 feet
Construction: 1939, Nederl. Schps. Maats. in Amsterdam
Propulsion: 2-stroke, double acting oil engine with 6 cylinders of 720 mm diameter each;
                   stroke 1,200 mm; 6,000 brake horsepower; engine by Gebr. Stork & Co. in Hengelo
Service speed: 14.5 knots
Owners: Koninklijke Java-China Paketv. Lijnen N.V.
Port of registry: Amsterdam

TOD HEAD - 1922
Code letters: KLCH                    Official Number: 145556
Rigging: steel single screw, 3 masts, steamer; 1 deck; machinery aft
Tonnage: 323 tons gross, 216 under deck and 123 net
Dimensions: 130.2 feet long, 22.6 foot beam and holds 9.6 feet deep; Quarter Deck 48 feet;
                    Bridge 8 feet; Forecastle 23 feet
Construction: 1921, J. Cran & Somerville Ltd. in Leith
Propulsion: compound engine with 2 cylinders of 15 & 32 inches diameter respectively;
                   stroke 24 inches; operating at 130 p.s.i.; 60 registered horsepower; 1 single ended boiler;
                   2 plain furnaces; grate surface 44 sq. ft.; heating surface 1,168 sq. ft.;
                   engine by the builders
Owners: A.F. Henry & McGregor Ltd.
Port of registry: Leith

TOM PYMAN - 1875/1880
Code letters: JPTG                      Official Number: 65028
Master: Captain R. King (1875); Captain J. Storm (1880)
Rigging: iron single screw Schooner; 2 decks; 4 cemented bulkheads
Tonnage: 890 tons gross, 796 under deck and 571 net
Dimensions: 220.1 feet long, 29.8 foot beam and holds 16.7 feet deep;
                    Raised Quarter Deck 81 feet; Forecastle 25 feet
Construction: 1870, Denton in West Hartlepool
Propulsion: direct action steam engine with 2 inverted cylinders of 40 inches diameter each;
                   stroke 36 inches; 98 horsepower; engine by T. Richardson & Sons in Hartlepool
Owners: Pyman & Co. (1875); G. Pyman & Co. (1880)
Port of registry: West Hartlepool

TONGATABOO - 1853
Master:  Captain D. Cameron
Rigging:  Barque; partly sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1852; fastened with iron bolts
Tonnage:  533 tons
Construction:  1851 in New Brunswick, using Spruce, Birch & Yellow Pine;
                        repairs to damages in 1853
Owners:  McKenzie
Port of registry:  New Glasgow, Nova Scotia
Port of survey:  Clyde
Voyage:  sailed for Port Phillip

TOORANGA - 1925/1933
Code letters: KMPT (1925); VJXL (1933)   Official Number: 130196
Rigging: steel single screw Tug; 1 deck; 4 cemented bulkheads; fitted with electric light;
              Deep Tank forward 15 feet, 135 tons; Aft Peak Tank 31 tons
Tonnage: 246 tons
Dimensions: 115 feet long, 26 foot beam and holds 12.5 feet deep
Construction: 1922, Philip & Son Ltd. in Dartmouth
Propulsion: triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 15, 25 & 40 inches diameter respectively;
                   stroke 27 inches; operating at 190 p.s.i.; 82 registered horsepower; 2 single ended boilers;
                   4 corrugated furnaces; grate surface 91 sq. ft.; heating surface 2,764 sq. ft.;
                   engine by the builders
Owners: Melbourne Steam Ship Co. Ltd.
Port of registry: Melbourne
 
TORBAY - 1764
Master: Captain R. Vernon
Tonnage: 80 tons
Construction: 1753 in Swansea; single deck with beams; 6 guns
Owners: Samuel Pike
Port of registry: London
Voyage: sailed for Dublin

TORBEY - 1764
Master: Captain Salisbury
Tonnage: 40 tons
Construction: 1764 in Great Britain; single deck; 4 guns
Owners: in Dartmouth
Port of registry: Liverpool
Voyage: sailed for Waterford

TORGAUTEN - 1901
Official Number:  117677
Rigging:  steel single screw, 3 masts, Schooner; 1 deck; fitted with auxiliary steam power; water ballast
Tonnage:  267 tons gross, 233 under deck and 197 net
Dimensions:  137.6 feet long, 24.1 foot beam and holds 10.2 feet deep; House on deck 34 tons
Construction:  1901, Moss Jernst. & Mek. Vaerks. in Moss
Propulsion:  compound engine with 2 cylinders of 10 & 22 inches diameter respectively; stroke 16 inches;
                    27 registered horsepower; engine by the builders
Owners:  C. McArthur
Port of registry:  Sydney, NSW

TORILLA - 1912
Code letters:  HTDV                      Official Number:  129589
Master:  Captain E.G. Carre, appointed to the ship in 1911
Rigging:  steel single screw Schooner; 2 steel decks sheathed in wood; steel Shelter Deck sheahted
               in teak; 6 cemented bulkheads; fitted with electric light; cellular double bottom, aft 132 feet long,
               under engine & boilers 63 feet, forward 145 feet, 1,087 tons; Forward Peak Tank 133 tons;
              Aft Peak Tank 20 tons; Deep Tank aft 20 feet, 470 tons
Tonnage:  5,205 tons gross, 4,212 under deck and 3,189 net
Dimensions:  400.4 feet long, 53.2 foot beam and holds 24.8 feet deep; Poop 47 feet long;
                      Bridge Deck 126 feet
Construction:  1911, Palmers' Co. Ltd. in Newcastle
Propulsion:  triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 26 1/2, 45 & 76 inches diameter respectively;
                    stroke 51 inches; operating at 200 p.s.i.; 687 nominal horsepower; 4 single ended boilers;
                    12 corrugated furnaces; grate surface 244 sq. ft.; heating surface 10,270;
                    engine by the builders
Owners:  British India Steam Navigation Co. Ltd.
Port of registry:  Glasgow
Port of survey:  Newcastle

TORONDOC - 1942
Code letters:  KVWR                  Official Number:  149431
Rigging:  steel single screw steamer; 1 deck; fitted with electric light; machinery aft; water ballast
Tonnage:  1,927 tons gross, 1,638 under deck and 1,151 net
Dimensions:  252.9 feet long, 43.4 foot beam and holds 17.8 feet deep
Construction:  1927, Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson Ltd. in Newcastle
Propulsion:  triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 15, 25 & 40 inches diameter respectively;
                    stroke 33 inches; 92 nominal horsepower; engine by the builders
Owners:  Paterson Steam-Ships Ltd.
Port of registry:  Fort William, Ontario

TORONTO CITY - 1941, ex. KYRENIC-1937, ex. NIGERIAN-1935
Code letters: GMCF                    Official Number: 147337
Rigging: steel single screw steamer; 1 deck & Shelter Deck; 6 partly cemented bulkheads;
              fitted with direction finder; cellular double bottom, aft 86 feet, under engine 21 feet,
              forward 136 feet, 543 tons; Forward Peak Tank 62 tons; Aft Peak Tank 24 tons
Tonnage: 2,486 tons gross, 2,176 under deck and 1,486 net
Dimensions: 321.8 feet long, 46.2 foot beam and holds 46.2 feet deep; Forecastle 30 feet
Construction: 1925, Barclay, Curle & Co. Ltd. in Glasgow
Propulsion: triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 20 3/4, 34 1/2 & 58 inches diameter respectively;
                   stroke 42 inches; operating at 180 p.s.i.; 279 nominal horsepower; 2 single ended and
                   1 auxiliary single ended boilerls; 8 corrugated furnaces; grate surface 155 sq. ft.;
                   heating surface 4,869 sq. ft.; engine by the builders
Owners: Bristol City Line of Steamships Ltd. (C. Hill & Sons, managers)
Port of registry: Bristol

TRADE WIND - 1857
Master: Captain Johnson
Rigging: Ship; sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1856; partly fastened with iron bolts
Tonnage: 862 tons using old measurements and 899 tons using new measurements
Construction: 1853, Saint John, N.B., using Spruce, Birch & Oak
Owners: Morrisey
Port of registry: Saint John, N.B.
Port of survey: Liverpool
Voyage: Callao

TRANBY - 1809-1810

(Green Book - Underwriters)
Master: Captain Wilcokson
Rigging: Brig; single deck with beams; sheathed in copper in 1809; fastened with copper bolts
Tonnage: 259 tons
Construction: in Sunderland; new vessel; 10 12-pounds caronnade
Owners: Clarkson
Draught under load: 14 feet
Port of survey: Hull (1809); London (1810)
Voyage: sailed for Brazil (1809); Honduras (1810)

(Red Book - Shipowners)
Master: Captain Wilcoxson
Rigging: Snow; single deck with beams; sheathed in copper in 1809
Tonnage: 259 tons
Construction: 1809 in Sunderland; 2 6-pounds guns & 8 12-pounds caronnade
Owners: Clarkson
Draught under load: 14 feet
Port of survey: London
Voyage: sailed for Yucatan

TRANBY - 1830-1832

(Green Book - Underwriters)
Master: Captain J. Sterry (1830); Captain E. Follins (1831); Captain Hammond (1832)
Rigging: Snow; single deck with beams; sheathed in copper in 1829 & 1832
Tonnage: 265 tons
Construction: in Hull; vessel 8 years old (1830); repairs to damages in 1829
Owners: Solton & Co. (1830-31); J. Marshall (1832)
Draught under load: 15 feet
Port of survey: Hull (1830-31); Bristol (1832)
Voyage: sailed for Swan River (1830-31); West Indies (1832)

(Red Book - Shipowners)
Master: Captain Storey (1830-31); Captain Layton (1832)
Rigging: Snow; 2 decks; sheathed in copper and patent felt in 1829
Tonnage: 247 tons (1830-31); 264 tons (1832)
Construction: 1823 in Hull; thorough repairs in 1829
Owners: Bolton (1830-21); Cavalier (1832)
Draught under load: 15 feet
Port of survey: Hull (1830-31); London (1832)
Voyage: sailed for Swan River (1830-31); Coastal Trade (1832); Le Havre (1832)

TRANSFER 1809-1811
 
(Green Book Underwriters)
Master: Captain H. Potter (1809-10); Captain R. Lewis (1811)
Rigging: Brig; single deck with beams
Tonnage: 142 tons
Construction: in Scarborough; new vessel (1809); 2-6 pounds guns
Owners: F. Cornwall
Draught under load: 11 feet
Port of survey: Cowes (1809-10); London (1811)
Voyage: sailed for Gibraltar (1809-10); Heligoland (1811)
 
(Red Book Shipowners)
Master: Captain H. Potter (1809-10); Captain Harrison (1811)
Rigging: Brig; single deck with beams
Tonnage: 142 tons
Construction: 1809 in Scarborough; 2 3-pounds guns
Owners: Cornwall (1809-10); Connett (1811)
Draught under load: 12 feet
Port of survey: London
Voyage: sailed for Gibraltar (1809 & 1811); Heligoland (1810)

TRANSYLVANIA - 1936
Code letters:  GLKZ                   Official Number:  148874
Rigging:  twin screws passenger liner; 3 decks; cruiser stern; equipped with
               refrigerating machinery, gyro-compass, direction finder, submarine
               signalling device and echo sounding device; fitted for oil fuel; water ballast.
Tonnage:  16,923 tons gross, 12,115 under deck and 10,035 net.
Dimensions:  552.4 feet long, 70.3 foot beam:  and holds 38.8 feet deep;
                      Bridge Deck and Forecastle 578 feet long.
Construction:  1925,  Fairfield Co. Ltd. in Glasgow.
Propulsion:  6 steam turbines double reduction geared to 2 screw shafts;
                    engine by the builders
Owners:  Anchor Line (1935) Ltd.
Port of registry:  Glasgow

TRAVANCORE 1851-1853
Master: Captain T. Brown
Rigging: Ship; sheathed in copper in 1848; fastened with iron bolts
Tonnage: 582 tons
Construction: 1848 in Cochin using Teak
Owners: Thomson & Co.
Port of registry: London
Port of survey: London
Voyage: sailed for New Zealand (1851-52); Madras (1853)

TRAVELLER - 1854

1)Master: Captain J. Mott
Rigging: Snow; fastened with iron bolts
Tonnage: 132 tons using old measurements and 113 tons using new measurements
Construction: 1802 in Lynn; new topsides in 1830; some repairs in 1845 & 1850
Owners: Mitchell
Port of registry: Lynn
Port of survey: Lynn
Voyage: sailed on Coastal Trade

2) MasterCaptain Meldrum
Rigging: Snow; sheathed in yellow metal in 1847; partly fastened with iron bolts
Tonnage: 273 tons
Construction: 1846 in Sunderland
Owners: P. Dale
Port of registry: Shields
Port of survey: Shields
Voyage: sailed for Spain

3) Master: Captain D. Hawkins
Rigging: Brig; sheathed in yellow metal in 1848
Tonnage: 202 tons using old measurements and 169 tons using new measurements
Construction: 1825 in Jersey; vessel lengthened in 1838; some repairs in 1847, 1848 & 1853
Owners: G. Finlay
Port of registry: London
Port of survey: London
Voyage: sailed for Australia

TREFUSIS - 1907-1914
Code letters:  NBMJ                 Official Number:  98249
Master:  Captain W. Guppy (1907-12); Captain W.N. Stephens (1912-14)
Rigging:  steel single screw Schooner; 1 deck, partly steel, partly iron; partly iron Awning Deck;
               2 tiers of beams; 5 cemented bulkheads; cellular double bottom 254 feet, 530 tons;
               Aft Peak Tank 32 tons
Tonnage:  2,642 tons gross, 2,023 under deck and 1,708 net
Dimensions:  249 feet long, 40.1 foot beam and holds 20.6 feet deep;
                     Poop 29 feet; Quarter Deck 86 feet; partial Awning Deck 183 feet
Construction:  1893, J. Readhead & Sons in South Shields
Propulsion:  triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 23, 37 1/2 & 61 1/2 inches diameter
                    respectively; stroke 39 inches; operating at 160 p.s.i.; 232 nominal horsepower;
                    2 single ended boilers; 6 ribbed furnaces; grate surface 104 sq. ft.; heating surface
                    3,422 sq. ft.; new double ended boilers in 1907; engine by the builders
Owners:  Hain Steam Ship Co. Ltd. (E. Hain & Son, managers)
Port of registry:  St. Ives

TREGENNA CASTLE  - 1940
Code letters: GCDX                    Official Number: 142570
Rigging: steel single screw steamer; 2 decks; 7 cemented bulkheads; fitted with direction finder;
              cellular double bottom 344 feet, 1,048 tons; Forward Peak Tank 129 tons;
              Aft Peak Tank 61 tons
Tonnage: 5,242 tons gross, 4,808 under deck and 3,201 net
Dimensions: 400.1 feet long, 52.3 foot beam and holds 28.4 feet deep; Poop 49 feet; Bridge 113 feet;
                    Forecastle 39 feet
Construction: 1919, W. Gray & Co. (1918) Ltd. in West Hartlepool
Propulsion: triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 27, 44 & 73 inches diameter respectively;
                  stroke 48 inches; operating at 180 p.s.i.; 517 nominal horsepower; 3 single ended boilers;
                  9 corrugated furnaces; grate surface 190 sq. ft.; heating surface 7,668 sq. ft.;
                  engine by Central Marine Engine Works Ltd. in West Hartlepool
Owners: Hain Steam Ship Co. Ltd.
Port of registry: St. Ives

TRITON - 1841
Master:  Captain D. Rees.
Rigging:  Snow
Tonnage:  255 tons using old measurements and 260 tons using new measurements
Construction:  1836 in Sunderland; major repairs in 1840
Owners:  D. Davies
Port of registry:  Cardigan
Port of survey:  Cardigan
Voyage:  sailed for Québec

TROUBADOUR - 1844-1849
Master:  Captain Graham (1844-1847); Captain Bloom (1848/1849)
Rigging:  Ship; sheathed in copper in 1841; sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1848
Tonnage:  500 tons using old measurements and 643 tons using new measurements
Owners:  Langtry & Co.
Port of registry:  Belfast
Port of survey:  Liverpool (1844-1846); London (1848/1849)
Voyage:  sailed for Calcutta (1844-1846); Aden (1848/1849)

TRURO 1865
Master: Captain T. Heseltine
Rigging: Barque; sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1862
Tonnage: 626 tons
Dimensions: 156 feet long, 28.5 foot beam and holds 19.2 feet deep
Construction: 1853 in Sunderland; some repairs in 1862
Owners: R.R. Edward
Port of registry: London
Port of survey: Sunderland
Voyage: sailed for China                DESTROYED

TRURO - 1939
Code letters: MKYC                    Official Number: 146434
Rigging: steel single screw steamer; 1 deck; 5 partly cemented & partly asphalted bulkheads;
              cellular double bottom 195 feet, 272 tons; Aft Peak Tank 29 tons
Tonnage: 974 tons gross, 841 under deck and 548 net
Dimensions: 228 feet long, 34.2 foot beam and holds 13.8 feet deep; Poop & Bridge 143 feet;
                    Forecastle 52 feet
Construction: 1922, J. Duthie Torry Ship Building Co. in Aberdeen
Propulsion: triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 14 1/2, 24 1/4 & 41 inches diameter respectively;
                  stroke 30 inches; operating at 200 p.s.i.; 128 nominal horsepower; 2 single ended boilers;
                  4 plain furnaces; grate surface 70 sq. ft.; heating surface 2,280 sq. ft.;
                  engine by Earle's Co. Ltd. in Hull
Owners: Ellerman's Wilson Line Ltd.
Port of registry: Hull

TRUTHFUL - 1881
Code letters: RDKS                    Official Number: 78740
Master: Captain S. Maddix
Rigging: iron single screw steamer; 1 deck; 2 tiers of beams; 4 cemented bulkheads;
              double bottom aft 79 tons; Forward Peak Tank
Tonnage: 956 tons gross, 806 under deck and 606 net
Dimensions: 240.2 feet long, 30 foot beam and holds 16.1 feet deep; Poop 53 feet;
                    Forecastle 42 feet; Bridge Deck 60 feet
Construction: 1877, Barrow Ship Building Co. Ltd. in Barrow
Propulsion: compound engine with 2 inverted cylinders of 33 & 63 inches diameter respectively;
                   stroke 36 inches; 160 horsepower; engine by the builders
Owners: J. Ellis
Port of registry: Liverpool

TUDOR - 1887
Code letters:  QGVT                  Official Number:  74555
Master:  Captain T. Rawles, appointed to the ship in 1887.
Rigging:  iron single screw Schooner; 1 deck; 2 tiers of beams; 3 bulkheasds;
               1 partial bulkhead; double bottom.
Tonnage:  924 tons gross, 824 udner deck and 572 net.
Dimensions:  227 feet long, 29.3 foot beam and holds 17.5 feet deep;
                      Break 32 tons; Forecastle 30 tons.
Construction:  1876,  J. Key & Sons in Kinghorn
Propulsion:  compound engine with 2 inverted cylinders of 27 & 51 inches diameter respectively;
                    stroke 30 inches; 110 horsepower; new boilers in 1882; engine by the builders
Owners:  J. Bacon
Port of registry:  Liverpool
Port of survey:  Liverpool

TUNISIAN - 1905
Code letters:  RNLC                      Official Number:  111248
Master:  Captain A.G. Braes, appointed to the ship in 1905.
Rigging:  steel twin screws Schooner; 3 decks & shelter deck; fitted with electric light and
                refrigerating machinery; water ballast.
Tonnage:  10,576 tons gross, 9,243 under deck and 6,802 net.
Dimensions:  500.6 feet long, 59.2 foot beam and holds 39.8 feet deep.
Construction:  1900,  A. Stephen & Sons in Glasgow.
Propulsion:  triple expansion engine with 6 cylinders of 27, 46 & 76 inches diameter each pair;
                    stroke 54 inches; 849 nominal horsepower; engine by the builders
Owners:  Allan Line Steam Ship Co. Ltd.
Port of registry:  Glasgow

TURAKINA - 1883-1884, ex. CITY OF PERTH
Code letters: WQHM                   Official Number: 60352
Master: Captain Power
Rigging: iron Ship; 1 deck; 2 tiers of beams; 2 cemented bulkheads
Tonnage; 1,247 tons gross, 1,160 under deck and 1,189 net
Dimensions: 232.5 feet long, 35.4 foot beam and holds 22.2 feet deep;
                    Raised Quarter Deck 32 feet
Construction: 1868, C. Connell & Co. in Glasgow; repairs to damages in 1883
Owners: New Zealand Shipping Co.
Port of registry: Lyttleton

TURAKINA - 1902-1905
Code letters:  TPNS                    Official Number:  114620
Master:  Captain F. Forbes (1902-05)
Rigging:  steel twin screws Schooner; 2 decks & Shelter Deck sheathed in wood; deep framing;
               7 cemented bulkheads; fitted with electric light & refrigerating machinery; cellular double bottom,
               aft 119 feet, under engine & boilers 67 feet, forward 221 feet, 1,392 tons; Forward Peak Tank
               174 tons; Aft Peak Tank 96 tons
Tonnage:  8,210 tons gross, 6,909 under deck and 5,289 net
Dimensions:  473 feet long, 59.6 foot beam and holds 31 feet deep
Construction:  1902, Hawthorn, Leslie & Co. Ltd. in Newcastle
Propulsion:  triple expansion engine with 6 cylinders of 25, 42 & 71 inches diameter each pair;
                    stroke 48 inches; operating at 200 p.s.i.; 846 nominal horsepower; 5 single ended boilers;
                    15 ribbed furnaces; grate surface 290 sq. ft.; heating surface 10,893 sq. ft.;
                    engine by the builders
Owners:  New Zealand Shipping Co. Ltd.
Port of registry:  Plymouth

TURCOMAN - 1920,  ex. LORNE ERNE
Code letters:  MPRS                  Official Number:  99130
Rigging:  steel twin screws, 4 masts, Schooner; 2 steel decks & partial iron shelter deck; 3 tiers of beams;
               7 cemented bulkheads; fitted with electric light, refrigerating machinery, submarine signalling
              device & wireless; cellular double bottom 330 feet long, 1,222 tons; Forward Peak Tank 60 tons;
              Aft Peak Tank 50 tons; Deep Tank aft 50 feet, 856 tons; Deep Tank forward 37 feet, 766 tons.
Tonnage:  5,829 tons gross, 5,258 under deck and 3,683 net.
Dimensions:  445 feet long, 49.2 foot beam and holds 30.1 feet deep; Poop 55 feet long;
                      Bridge Deck 98 feet; Forecastle 52 feet.
Construction:  1892,  Harland & Wolff Co. in Belfast
Propulsion:  triple expansion engine with 6 cylinders of 19 7/8, port 31 & starboard 31 1/4 & 52 inches
                   diameter each pair; stroke 42 inches; operating at 180 p.s.i.; 429 nominal horsepower;
                   2 double ended & 1 single ended boilers; 14 ribbed furnaces; grate surface 230 sq. ft.;
                   heating surface 7,276 sq. ft.; engine by the builders
Owners:  F. Leyland & Co. Ltd.
Port of registry:  Liverpool
Port of survey:  Bristol

TURKISH EMPIRE - 1870
Master: Captain J. Barclay
Rigging: Ship; sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1870; fastened with copper bolts
Tonnage: 1,502 tons
Dimensions: 229.3 feet long, 37.4 foot beam and holds 29.6 feet deep
Construction: 1856 in West Hartlepool; repairs to damages in 1870
Owners: G. Duncan
Port of registry: London
Port of survey: London
Voyage: sailed for Australia

TUSCARORA - 1830

(Green Book - Underwriters)
Master:  Captain J. Serrille
Rigging:  Ship; sheathed in copper in 1828
Tonnage:  374 tons
Construction:  in New Hampshire; vessel 11 years old
Owners:  H. Coap & Co.; American property
Draught under load:  17 feet
Port of survey:  Liverpool
Voyage:  sailed for Philadelphia

(Red Book - Shipowners)
TUSCARMA
Master:  Captain J. Serrill
Rigging:  Ship; single deck with beams; sheathed in copper in 1828
Tonnage:  379 tons
Construction:  1819 in Southwick
Owners:  H. Cope; American property
Draught under load:  17 feet
Port of survey:  Liverpool
Voyage:  sailed for Philadelphia

TUSKAR - 1912-1914
Code letters: MVQL                    Official Number: 101950
Master: Captain F. Allen (1912-14)
Rigging: steel single screw Schooner; 1 deck, partly iron & partly steel; partly iron Awning Deck;
              web frames; 5 bulkheads, partly cimented & partly asphalted; cellular double bottom
              260 feet, 612 tons; Aft Peak Tank 39 tons
Tonnage: 3,043 tons gross, 2,343 under deck and 1,969 net
Dimensions: 315 feet long, 41.2 foot beam and holds 21.5 feet deep; Poop 35 feet; Quarter Deck 88 feet
Construction: 1892, Sir R. Dixon & Co. in Middlesbrough
Propulsion: triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 22 3/4, 38 & 62 inches diameter respectively;
                  stroke 42 inches; operating at 160 p.s.i.; 251 nominal horsepower; 2 single ended boilers;
                  6 corrugated furnaces; grate surface 102 sq. ft. heating surface 3,812 sq. ft.; new double
                  ended boilers in 1901; engine by North East Marine Engine Co. Ltd. in Sunderland
Owners: Fargrove Steam Navigation Co. Ltd. (Farrar, Groves & Co. Ltd., managers)
Port of registry: London

TWEEDSIDE - 1856-1861
Code letters: PBKQ                    Official Number: 24580
Master: Captain Orfeur (1856-57); Captain Pannell (1858-61)
Rigging: Brig; sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1855 & 1859
Tonnage: 255 tons
Construction: 1854 in Nova Scotia
Owners: Pannell
Port of registry: London
Port of survey: London
Voyage: sailed for Cadiz (1856); Africa (1857/1860)

TYBURNIA - 1872
Code letters:  MPBJ                  Official Number:  18726
Rigging:  Ship; sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1872; fastened with copper bolts
Tonnage:  1,012 tons gross, 862 under deck and 948 net
Dimensions:  185.2 feet long, 34.2 foot beam and holds 22 feet deep; Poop 58 feet; Forecastle 42 feet
Construction:  1857 in Glasgow
Owners:  Merchant Shipping Co.
Port of registry:  London
Port of survey:  London
Voyage:  sailed for China

TYNEMOUTH - 1862

1) Master:  Captain A. Hellyer
Rigging:  iron single screw Ship, rigged for sail;
Tonnage:  1,409 tons gross and 1,142 net.
Dimensions:  238 feet long, 34.5 foot beam and holds 18.6 feet deep.
Construction:  1854 in Newcastle
Propulsion:  auxilliary steam power; 150 horsepower
Owners:  W. Lindsey
Port of registry:  London
Port of survey:  Sunderland

2) Master:  Captain H. Nicholson
Rigging:  Barque; sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1859; fastened with iron bolts.
Tonnage:  525 tons.
Construction:  1852 in Blyth; some repairs in 1857.
Owners:  Dale & Co.
Port of registry:  Shields

TYNEMOUTH - 1940
Code letters:  GLWL                  Official Number:  165785
Rigging:  steel single screw steamer; 1 deck; 6 cemented bulkheads; cruiser stern; cargo battens
                not fitted; equipped with direction finder & echo sounding device; cellular double bottom
               287 feet long, 979 tons; Forward Peak Tank 89 tons; Aft Peak Tank 210 tons
Tonnage:  3,168 tons gross, 2,713 under deck and 1,841 net
Dimensions:  343.3 feet long, 48 foot beam and holds 20.9 feet deep; Poop 36 feet long;
                      Bridge Deck 78 feet; Forecastle 29 feet
Construction:  1940, Sir J. Laing & Sons Ltd. in Sunderland
Propulsion:  triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 20, 34 & 57 inches diameter respectively;
                    stroke 39 inches; operating at 220 p.s.i.; 287 nominal horsepower; 2 single ended boilers with
                    superheaters; 6 corrugated furnaces; grate surface 92 sq. ft.; heating surface 3,940 sq. ft.;
                    engine built by George Clark (1938) Ltd. in Sunderland
Owners:  Burnett Steam Ships Co. Ltd.
Port of registry:  Newcastle

TYNEMOUTH CASTLE - 1877
Code letters:  JQHV                     Official Number:  60557
Rigging:  iron single screw Schooner
Tonnage:  1,383 tons gross, 1,121 under deck and 874 net
Dimensions:  260.7 feet long, 32.5 foot beam and holds 17.5 feet deep; Poop 227 tons; Forecastle 18 tons
Construction:  1870, Mitchell in Newcastle
Propulsion:  compound engine with 2 cylinders of 31 & 55 inches diameter respectively;
                    stroke 30 inches; 120 horsepower; engine built by Thompson , Boyd & Co. in Newcastle
Owners:  G. Cleugh & Co.
Port of registry:  North Shields

TYTHONUS - 1873
Code letters:  44702
Master: Captain Andrews
Rigging: iron Ship; 2 cemented bulkheads
Tonnage: 1,152 tons
Dimensions: 201 feet long, 36 foot beam and holds 22.7 feet deep
Construction: 1862, Pile,  West Hartlepool
Owners: Stuarat & Co.
Port of registry: Liverpool
Port of survey: Liverpool
Voyage: sailed for India

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UARDA - 1957,  ex. FALKEFJELL-1956
Code letters: LDSN
Rigging: steel twin screws motor tanker; 2 decks & web frames; cruiser stern, 16 cemented bulkheads,
              10 to Upper Deck and 6 to 2nd Deck; machinery aft; cellular double bottom under engine
              65 feet, 242 tons; Deep Tank forward 36 feet, 540 tons; Forward Peak Tank 148 tons;
              Aft Peak Tank 241 tons
Tonnage: 7,927 tons gross, 7,338 under deck and 4,603 net
Dimensions: 462 feet long, 59.7 foot beam and tanks 34.3 feet deep; Poop 106 feet;
                    Bridge 39 feet; Forecastle 41 feet
Construction: 1931, Kockums M.V. Aktieb. in Malmö
Propulsion: 4-stroke, single acting twin oil engines, each with 8 cylinders of 22 7/16 inches diameter
                   each; stroke 39 3/8 inches; 778 machinery numeral; 2 double ended boilers; engine by the builders
Owners: Akties. Falkefjell (Olsen & Ugelstad)(1931-56); Malmö Tankrederi (C.E. von Seth)(1957)
Port of registry: Oslo (1931-56); Malmö (1957)

UDSTON - 1878
Code letters:  MQGW              Official Number:  68082
Master:  Captain J. Shaw
Rigging:  iron Ship; 2 decks; 1 cemented bulkhead
Tonnage:  1,764 tons gross, 1,616 under deck and 1,695 net
Dimensions:  269 feet long, 39.6 foot beam and holds 23.7 feet deep; Poop 42 feet, Forecastle 44 feet
Construction:  1874, Barclay in Glasgow; repairs to damages in 1874
Owners:  Potter, Wilson & Co.
Port of registry:  Glasgow

ULRICA - 1912, ex. GRANUAILE
Code letters: NSQG                    Official Number: 104961
Rigging: steel single screw steamer; 1 deck; water ballast
Tonnage: 383 tons gross, 225 under deck and 151 net
Dimensions: 149.9 feet long, 24.1 foot beam and holds 7.7 feet deep; Poop 93 feet; Forecastle 38 feet
Construction: 1895, Ailsa Shipbuilding Co. in Troon
Propulsion: triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 15, 23 & 39 inches diameter respectively;
                   stroke 24 inches; 75 registered horsepower; new double ended boilers in 1912;
                   engine by Muir & Houston in Glasgow
Owners: London & South-Western Railway Co.
Port of registry: Southampton

ULRIK HOLM - 1917
Code letters: NPJL
Master: Captain A. Örsted
Rigging: steel single screw steamer; 1 deck; water ballast
Tonnage: 1,502 tons gross, 1,240 under deck and 930 net
Dimensions: 251.4 feet long, 37.8 foot beam and holds 16.3 feet deep; Poop 14 feet;
                    Quarter Deck 76 feet; Bridge 108 feet; Forecastle 28 feet
Construction: 1905, Scheepswerf Voorheen Jan Smit Czn in Alblasserdam
Propulsion: triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 19, 31 & 51 inches diameter respectively;
                  stroke 33 inches; 149 nominal horsepower; engine by Maatschappij de Schelde in Flushing
Owners: Dampskibsselskabet Akties Progress (Marius Nielsen & Son, managers)
Port of registry: Copenhagen

ULTONIA - 1917
Code letters: QJVR                   Official Number:  109478
Master:  Captain J. Marshall, appointed to the ship in 1916.
Rigging:  steel twin screws, 4 masts, Schooner; 2 steel decks; steel shelter deck sheathed in wood;
               deep framing; steel web frames in lower deck & foreholds; 8 cemented bulkheads; fitted
               with electric light, refrigerating machinery, submarine signalling device & wireless; cellular
               double bottom, aft 136 feet, under engine & boilers 72 feet & forward 202 feet, 1,509 tons;
               Deep Tank aft 30 feet, 900 tons; Forward Peak Tank 175 tons; Aft Peak Tank 75 tons.
Tonnage:  10,402 tons gross, 7,725 under deck and 6,593 net.
Dimensions:  500 feet long, 57.4 foot beam and holds 33.9 feet deep; Bridge 140 feet.
Construction:  1898,  C.S. Swan & Hunter Ltd. in Newcastle.
Propulsion:  triple expansion engine with 6 cylinders of 23 1/2, 38 1/2 & 68 inches diameter each pair;
                    stroke 48 inches; operating at 200 p.s.i.; 968 nominal horsepower; 6 single ended boilers;
                   18 corrugated furnaces; grate surface 346 sq. ft.; heating surface 4,400 sq. ft.; forced draught;
                   engine built by Sir C. Furness, Westgarth & Co. Ltd. in Middlesborough.
Owners:  Cunard Steam Ships Co. Ltd.
Port of registry:  Liverpool
Port of survey:  Liverpool

UMBERTO 1 - 1879/1889-1892
Code letters: SPCM                    Official Number: 36
Master: Captain Merlani (1879); Captain A. Serrati (1889-92)
Rigging: iron single screw steamer; 2 decks & Spar Deck; 4 cemented bulkheads
Tonnage: 2,821 tons gross, 1,854 under deck and 1,528 net
Dimensions: 359.7 feet long, 37.9 foot beam and holds 23 feet deep
Construction: 1878, A. McMillan & Sons in Dumbarton
Propulsion: compound engine with 2 cylinders of 54 & 96 inches diameter respectively;
                   stroke 54 inches; 801 horsepower; engine by J. & J. Thomson in Glasgow
Owners: Rocco Piaggio& Figlio (1879); Navigazione Generale Italiana (1889-92)
Port of registry: Genoa

UNA - 1849

1) Master: Captain T. Mack
Rigging: Ship; sheathed in yellow metal in 1847
Tonnage: 699 tons using old measurements and 773 tons using new measurements
Construction: 1847 in St. John's
Owners: W. Sharp
Port of registry: Liverpool
Port of survey: London
Voyage: sailed for Sierra Leone

2) Master: Captain G. Stuart
Rigging: Brigantine; sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1849; fastened with iron bolts
Tonnage: 187 tons using old measurements and 135 tons using new measurements
Construction: 1849 in New Brunswick
Owners: Hudson's Bay Co.
Port of registry: London
Port of survey: London
Voyage: sailed for Vancouver Island

UNDAUNTED - 1834
Master: Captain W. Miller
Rigging: Barque; sheathed in copper in 1832
Tonnage: 300 tons
Construction: 1833 in Sunderland
Owners: Murdock
Port of registry: Greenock
Port of survey: London
Voyage: sailed for New South Wales

UNICORN - 1802

(Green Book - Underwriters)
Master: Captain H. Barber
Rigging: Ship; 2 decks; sheathed in copper
Tonnage: 149 tons
Construction: in Liverpool; vessel 5 years old
Owners: R. Wigram
Draught under load: 13 feet
Port of survey: London
Voyage: sailed for Africa

(Red Book - Shipowners)
Master: Captain H. Barber
Rigging: Ship; single deck with beams; sheathed in copper in 1799
Tonnage: 149 tons
Construction: 1796 in Liverpool; 6 6-pounds guns & 6 6-pounds short guns
Owners: R. Wigram
Draught under load: 13 feet
Port of survey: London
Voyage: sailed for Africa

UNION - 1796

1) Master:  Captain J. Edwards
Rigging:  Sloop; single deck
Tonnage:  70 tons
Construction:  1780 in Wales
Owners:  C. Hughes
Draught under load:  9 feet
Port of survey:  Bristol

2) Master:  Captain W. Hastie
Rigging:  Brig; 2 decks
Tonnage:  122 tons
Construction:  1783 in Bristol
Owners:  R. Price
Draught under load:  12 feet
Port of survey:  Bristol
Voyage:  sailed for Tortola

3) Master:  Captain E. Merrick
Rigging:  Ship; 2 decks; sheathed in 1793
Tonnage:  306 tons
Construction:  1789 in Bristol
Owners:  J. F. Weare
Draught under load:  17 feet
Port of survey:  Bristol
Voyage:  sailed for Jamaica

UNION - 1796/1813
(Green Book - Underwriters)
Master: Captain E. Merrick (1796); Captain W. Long (1813)
Rigging: Ship; 2 decks; sheathed in copper in 1793 & 1811
Tonnage: 306 tons
Construction: in Bristol; vessel 25 years old; 6 guns; thorough repairs in 1807
Owners: J.F. Weare (1796); Blackett (1813)
Draught under load: 17 feet
Port of survey: Bristol (1796); London (1813)
Voyage: sailed for Jamaica (1796); on Transportation (1813)
 
(Red Book - Shipowners)
Master: Captain E. Merrick (1796); Captain W. Long (1813)
Rigging: Ship; single deck with beams; sheathed in copper in 1793 & 1810; fastened with copper bolts
Tonnage: 306 tons
Construction: 1789 in Bristol; 6 12-pounds guns; repairs in 1807; some repairs in 1810
Owners: J.F. Weare (1796); Blackett & Son (1813)
Draught under load: 17 feet
Port of survey: Bristol (1796); London (1813)
Voyage: sailed for Jamaica (1796); on Transportation (1813)

UNION - 1805

(Green Book - Underwriters)
Master:  Captain Patterson
Rigging:  Ship; 2 decks; sheathed in copper in 1801
Tonnage:  171 tons
Construction:  America; vessel 10 years old; repairs to damages in 1801
Owners:  Captain & Co.
Draught under load:  13 feet
Port of survey:  London
Voyage:  sailed for Rotterdam

(Red Book - Shipowners)
Master:  Captain Patterson
Rigging:  Ship; 2 decks; sheathed in copper in 1801
Tonnage:  171 tons
Construction:  1795 in America; repairs to damages in 1801
Owners:  Captain & Co.
Draught under load:  13 feet
Port of registry:  London
Voyage:  sailed for Rotterdam

UNITED KINGDOM - 1859
Master:  a) Captain Henderson (1859); b) Captain C. Ferrier (1863)
Rigging:  iron single screw steamer; 5 bulkheads.
Tonnage:  1,255 tons using old measurements and 1,069 tons using new measurements.
Dimensions:  245 feet long, 32 foot beam and holds 21.9 feet deep.
Construction:  1857,  Steel & Co. in Greenock
Propulsion:  300 horsepower; machinery certified in 1857.
Owners:  Hndysids
Port of registry: Glasgow
Port of survey:  Clyde
Voyage:  sailed for North America

UNITED STATES - 1905
Code letters:  NMHV
Master:  Captain Wulff
Rigging:  steel twin screws Schooner; 2 decks & awning deck; fitted with electric light and
                refrigerating machinery; water ballast.
Tonnage:  10,095 tons gross, 6,506 under deck and 6,030 net.
Dimensions:  500.8 feet long, 58.3 foot beam and holds 29.4 feet deep; Poop 44 feet long;
                      Bridge Deck 176 feet; Forecastle 59 feet.
Construction:  1903,  A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. in Glasgow
Propulsion:  triple expansion engine with 6 cylinders of 30, 50 & 80 inches diameter each pair;
                    stroke 54 inches; 941 nominal horsepower; engine by the builders
Owners:  Forenade Danpskib. Selskab
Port of registry:  Copenhagen

UPUPA - 1883
Code letters: KFDV                    Official Number:  58558
Rigging: iron single screw Schooner
Tonnage: 948 tons gross, 839 under deck and 604 net
Dimensions: 230.8 feet long, 28.3 foot beam and holds 17.2 feet deep; Poop 61 tons;
                    Forecastle 34 tons
Construction: 1871, Palmers' Co. in Newcastle
Propulsion: compound engine with 2 inverted cylinders of 30 & 60 inches diameter respectively;
                   stroke 33 inches; 140 horsepower; engine by the builders
Owners: City of Cork Steam Packet Co. Ltd.
Port of registry: Cork

URANIA - 1844-1845
Master: Captain Martin
Rigging: Brig; sheathed in copper in 1844
Tonnage: 204 tons using old measurements and 205 tons using new measurements
Construction: 1844 in Harrington
Owners: Williamson
Port of registry:Harrington
Port of survey: Harrington (1844); Liverpool (1845)
Voyage: sailed for Liverpool (1844); St. Martha (1845)

UTOPIA - 1869/1874-1891
Code letters: RPDS                Official Number: 35322
Master: Captain A. Peal (1869); Captain J. Carnachan (1874-91)
Rigging: Brigantine; sheathed in felt and zinc in 1861; partly fastened with iron bolts
Tonnage: 147 tons
Dimensions: 91.5 feet long, 25.3 foot beam and holds 10.8 feet deep
Construction: 1856 in St. George, N.B.
Owners: Tennant & Co. (1869); J. Stewart (1874-91)
Port of registry: Glasgow (1869); Belfast (1874-91)
Port of survey: Clyde (1869)
Voyage: sailed for Mogador (1869)

UTOPIA - 1854/1855/1858
Master:  Captain Wilkinson (1855); Captain H. Keen (1858)
Rigging:  Ship; sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1853 & 1858; partly fastened with iron bolts
Tonnage:  949 tons
Construction:  1853 in New Brunswick, using Hackmatac, Oak, Birch & Pine;
                        wales felted and sheated in 1856
Owners:  W. Sharp (1854/1855); Baines & Co. (1858)
Port of registry:  Liverpool
Port of survey:  Liverpool
Voyage:  sailed for Australia (1854/1858); India (1855)

UTVIK - 1971,  ex. ARICA
Code letters: JWMO
Rigging: steel motor bulk carrier (2 passengers); 1 deck; machinery aft; 4 holds, grain capacity
              601,508 cu. ft.; 2 10-tons & 10 5-tons capacity derricks; fitted with direction finder, echo
              sounding device, gyro-compass, radar & radiotelephony
Tonnage: 9,999 tons gross, 5,056 tons net and 14,450 tons summer deadweight
Dimensions: 490ft. 1in. long, 64ft. 1in. beam and holds 30 feet deep; Poop 90 feet;
                    Bridge 17 feet; Forecastle 49 feet
Construction: 1957, Forges & Chantiers de la Méditerranée, La Seyne
Propulsion: 2 stroke, single acting oil engine with 8 cylinders of 720 mm diameter each; stroke 1,250 mm;
                   5,600 brake horsepower; engine by the builders
Service speed: 14 knots
Owners: Wollert Holst Rederi A/S
Port of registry: Bergen

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