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Fr. Edward J. Dowling, S.J. Marine Historical Collection
Original name: Charles F. Gordon.
Ship builder: Beazley Brothers, 1919, Canada, N.S., Weymouth
Year ship built: 1919
Year engine built: 1919
Creator: A.L. Stockwell
Final disposition: Stranded In Norwalk I, Connecticut on May 13, 1931 and salvaged and redocumented in 1935. Burned at Belle Isle in 1959 for removal.
Notes: Out of documentation in 1931-1935 and after 1939.
Registry number: US. 223574
Hull number: None
Vessel type: Schooner, 3 masts
Contributor(s): Beazley Brothers
Height: 14 ft.
Width: 33.5 ft.
Length: 140.5 ft.
Gross tonnage: 431 t.
Net tonnage: 373 t.
Engine type: None
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