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Registry #1 107144 Registry #2 Registry #3
IMO# MMSI# VRN#
 
Name 1 1898 Hamlin Name 5
Name 2 Name 6
Name 3 Name 7
Name 4 Name 8
 
Year Built 1898 Place Vancouver Area BC Country Canada
 
Designer (nk) Measurement (imp) 146.2' x 30.8' x 4.5'
Builder Bulger, T.J. Measurement (metric)
Hull Wood Displacement
Gross Tonnage 515 Type 1 Passenger/Freight Vessel
Registered Tonnage 453 Type 2
Engine 17nhp Steam engine (1898) Engine Manufacture
Repower In 1910 she was converted to oil burner. Propulsion Sternwheeler
Rebuilds Call Sign
Pendant  # Masters
 
Owner(s)
In 1898 she was owned by the Canadian Pacific Railway Co., Montreal QC. In 1898 she was in service on the Stikine River. In 1901 she was owned by the Canadian Pacific Railway Co., Montreal QC. . In 1903 she was owned by William McCallum, David Reider and John Banser. In 1904 she was owned by Thomas J. Kickham. In 1910 she was owned by Edward J. Coyle, Vancouver BC. In 1911 she was owned by Hamlin Tug Boat Co., Victoria BC. In 1913 she was owned by James H. Greer, Vancouver BC. In 1918 she was owned by Defiance Packing Co., Vancouver BC.
 
Fate Registry closed Date
 
Named Features
Significance of Name She was named for Charles Sumner Hamlin (1861-1938) the US delegate to the 1897 Anglo-American Fur Seal Convention.
 
Anecdotes
In 1918 she was reported as lost in the Fraser River BC.
 
References
Canada List of Shipping (1898); Affleck, Edward L. (2000)
Last update
2013-03-29

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