Cayuga 2

1907                                  Cayuga       2                                  1961

Steel twin-screw day passenger excursion vessel

Built at Toronto ON by Canadian Shipbuilding Co., Hull 100
Launched March 3, 1907

317’6” LOA, 306’ LBP, 36’6” beam, 15’ depth
3 decks, coal-fired boilers, 2 quadruple expansion engines, 3800 IHP

Enrolled at Toronto ON
305.0 x 36.6 x 14.2, 2196 GT, 1168 NT     Can 122219     to:
Niagara Navigation Co., Toronto ON (home port Toronto ON)

Entered service June 10, 1908

Spent her entire career operating between Toronto and Queenston ON

Fleet acquired 1912 by Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co., Montreal QC

Fleet merged 1913 into Canada Steamship Lines, Montreal QC

Boilers converted 1947 to oil firing at Kingston ON

Retired after the 1951 season and laid up at Toronto ON.

Sold 1954 to Cayuga Navigation Co., Toronto ON, Alan Howard, Mgr.

Retired after the 1957 season and laid up at Toronto ON.

Sold for scrap 1961 to Greenspoon Brothers and scrapped at Toronto ON

See history in Scanner May 1986 (#146)
Also in Detroit Marine Historian March 1952 (#33)
Also in Great Lakes Ships We Remember p. 73



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