1911                                  Geronia                                  1937

Steel twin-screw passenger vessel

Built at Collingwood ON by Collingwood Shipbuilding Co., Hull 29
Launched June 7, 1911

230’ LOA, 205’6” LBP, 42’ beam, 11’6” depth
4 decks, coal-fired boilers, 2 quadruple expansion engines, 1500 IHP

Enrolled at Picton ON
219.6 x 42.0 x 10.4, 2105 GT, 1469 NT     Can 111964     to:
Ontario & Quebec Navigation Co., Picton ON (home port Picton ON)

Fleet merged 1913 into Canada Steamship Lines, Montreal QC

Renamed Syracuse  (2) 1914

Renamed Cape Trinity 1920 and assigned to service on the Saguenay River.

Returned to the Great Lakes 1925

Laid up at end of 1928 season at Toronto ON and did not operate again.

Sold for scrap 1937 to Frankel Bros., Toronto ON.  Scrapped at Buffalo NY

See history in Scanner May 1970 (#8)
Also #109
Also in Great Lakes Ships We Remember II p. 49



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