Iglehart, J. A. W.

1965                                        J. A. W. Iglehart                                

Steel self-unloading cemet carrier

Built at Chester PA by Sun Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co., Hull 155

Launched Sept 25, 1936

Built as ocean tanker Pan Amoco Pan-American Petroleum & Transport Co.  Original tonnages 9862 GT, 6131 NT.  Renamed Amoco 1955.  Sold for scrap 1960 to Boston Metals Co.  Resold to owners below, renamed H. R. Schemm, entered the Great Lakes and laid up at Sturgeon Bay WI.  Towed 1964 to South Chicago IL, where she was converted to a self-unloading cement carrier by American Ship Building Co. 
Renamed J. A. W. Iglehart 1965

501’6” LOA, 485’6” LBP, 68’3” beam, 37’ depth
1 deck, oil-fired boilers, steam turbine engine, 4000 SHP

Enrolled at
486.3 x 68.3 x 36.9, 9460 GT, 6028 NT     US 235570     to:
Huron Portland Cement Co., Detroit MI

Entered Great Lakes service June 15, 1965

Fleet sold 1966 to National Gypsum Co. and became Huron Cement Division, National Gypsum Co., Detroit MI

Sold 1988 to Inland Lakes Transportation Inc., Alpena MI

Laid up Nov 5, 2006 at Superior WI for use as a cement storage barge.

IMO 5139179

At Superior WI 2011 as a cement storage vessel

 

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