(1906) 1924 Raleigh 1925 (1944)
Steel ocean package freighter
Built at Sparrows Point MD by Maryland Steel Co., Hull 74
230’ LOA, 222’ LBP, 33’ beam, 21’ depth
2 decks, coal-fired boiler, triple expansion engine, 1200 IHP
Built for the Baltimore Steam Packet Co. (Old Bay Line), Baltimore MD
Sold Feb 1924 to Saginaw-Bay City Steamship Co., Saginaw MI and came to the Great Lakes
Sold end of 1925 season for off-Lakes service and left the Great Lakes via the Illinois and Mississippi Rivers.
Renamed Marion (U.S.) 1925 and (Panama) 1939. Renamed Manryu Maru (Japan) 1942.
Scuttled Dec 1941 at Hong Kong by British forces before capture by Japanese forces. Raised by Japanese and returned to service.
Torpedoed and sunk Oct 12, 1944 by H.M.S. Strongbow in Malacca Straits off Malay Peninsula.