(1919) 1929                                         Crudoil                                 1944 (1954)

Steel twin-screw tanker

Built at Violet LA by Alabama & New Orleans Transportation Co., Hull 24
Launched 1919
Built as Panoil for Huasteca Petroleum Co., New Orleans LA.  Renamed Crudoil 1925 (str. Panoil, which also came to the Great Lakes, was renamed from Crudoil to Panoil at the same time)

258’7” LOA, 242’6” LBP, 36’10” beam, 19’10” depth
1 deck, oil-fired boilers, 2 compound engines, 900 IHP

Enrolled at
242.5 x 36.9 x 19.7, 1370 GT, 760 NT     US 217637

Sold 1929 to Allied Oil Transport Corporation, Cleveland OH and came to the Great Lakes

Entered Great Lakes service 1929

Sold 1942 to Cleveland Tankers Inc., Cleveland OH

Renamed North Star  (2) 1944

Requisitioned 1944 by U. S. War Shipping Administration for off-Lakes service during World War II and left the Great Lakes.

To British Registry 1944, renamed Cervara (Italy) 1946

Scrapped Italy 1954





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