1900                                  Tashmoo                                  1936

Steel day excursion passenger vessel

Built at Wyandotte MI by Detroit Ship Building Co., Hull 131
Launched Dec 30, 1899

320’ LOA, 306’ LBP, 36’ beam, 22’3” depth
2 decks, coal-fired boilers, triple compound engine, 3150 IHP

Enrolled at Detroit MI June 6, 1900 (#66)
302.9 x 37.6 x 13.6, 1344 GT, 766 NT     US 145843     to:
White Star Line, Detroit MI

Entered service 1900

Struck rock June 18, 1936 in lower Detroit River returning from moonlight cruise to Sugar Island on charter by the Pal’s Social Club, Hamtramck MI.  Vessel sailed to Brunner Mond dock at Amherstburg ON, where she sank at the dock.  Hull later raised and scrapped.

See history in Great Lakes Ships We Remember p. 373



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