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Fr. Edward J. Dowling, S.J. Marine Historical Collection
Original name: Daylite

Ship owner: A.F. Wilson; Cia de Navegacao Yung Tick, Ltd.; Pacific Steamship Co.; Standard Oil Co.; Wallem & Co.

Ship builder: Toledo Ship Building Co., Toledo, Ohio

Engine builder: J. & G. Bolinders, Stockholm, Sweden

Engine re-builder: Vulcan Iron Works

Year ship built: 1916

Year engine built: 1916

Final disposition: Out of Lloyd's Registry in 1953.

Notes:

Engine 1: Oil (Motor) "Hot Bulb", 320 HP, 4 cyl, 16.5 in with 18 7/8

                 stroke

Engine 2: Triple expansion 17 x 25 x 43 with 30 in. stroke. (Steam

                 1940)

Made barge in 1930. Steam engines in 1940.

 

Remarks:

Owners:

1) Standard Oil Co., New Jersey

2) Pacific Steamship Co. (1921-1930)

3) A.F. Wilson, Baltimore, Maryland (1931-1940)

4) Wallem & Co., Panama (1941-      )

5) Cia. de Navegacao Yung Tick, Ltd., Maceo, Brazil (1946)

Registry number: US. 214568

Hull number: 136

Vessel type: Tanker

Height: 21.9 ft.

Width: 43.7 ft.

Length: 252 ft.

Stroke length: 18 7/8

Gross tonnage: 1976

Net tonnage: 1601

Materials: Steel

Engine type: Oil (Motor) "Hot Bulb"; Triple expansion

Piston 1: 17 in.

Piston 2: 25 in.

Piston 3: 43 in.

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