I.L.I. 104

1921                                  I. L. I. 104                                  1977

Steel twin screw New York State Barge Canal size bulk freighter

Built at Duluth MN by McDougall-Duluth Co., Hull 53
Built for service between the Great Lakes and east coast ports through the New York State Barge Canal. Designed by Alexander McDougall.

254’ LOA, 243’ LBP, 36’ beam, 14’ depth
1 deck, hatches @ 24’, oil-fired diesel engines, 350 BHP

Enrolled at New York NY
242.6 x 36.1 x 12.9, 1040 GT, 797 NT     US 221434     to:
Interwaterways Line Inc., New York NY (home port Duluth MN)

Entered service 1921

Home port to New York NY 1924

Transferred 1926 to Erie & St. Lawrence Corporation, New York NY

Renamed Alden Barnes Fiertz 1936

Sold 1950 to Canadian Coastwise Carriers, Montreal QC, Transit Tankers & Terminals, Mgr. (home port to Montreal QC) and renamed Coastal Carrier
Rebuilt completely (lengthened, widened and deepened) at Montreal QC by St. Lawrence Dry Docks Ltd. (their Hull 555)
Enrolled Canadian at 249.7 x 43.6 x 16.8, 2083 GT, 1491 NT     Can 192793

Transferred 1964 to Canadian Sealakers

Fleet sold 1968 to Hall Corporation of Canada Ltd., Montreal QC and vessel renamed Bay Transport  (2)

Sold for scrap 1977 to United Metals and scrapped at Hamilton ON



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