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Fr. Edward J. Dowling, S.J. Marine Historical Collection
Original name: A. C. Dodge

Ship owner: British American Oil Co.; I.S. Bushey & Sons; Tanker A.C. Dodge, Inc.

Ship builder: R.T.C. Ship Building Co., Camden, New Jersey

Engine builder: Fairbanks-Morse

Year ship built: 1942

Year engine built: 1942

Final disposition: Sunk in the Delaware River on May 27, 1952 after collision on May 25th with tanker Michael, off Reedy Is.



1) I.S. Bushey & Sons, New York;

2) Tanker A.C. Dodge, Inc.

3) British-American Oil Co. (Charter)

Registry number: US. 241603

Hull number: 139

Vessel type: Tanker

Height: 14.3 ft.

Width: 37 ft.

Length: 213.7 ft.

Stroke length: 17 in.

Gross tonnage: 987 t.

Net tonnage: 792 t.

Materials: Steel

Engine type: Diesel

Piston 1: 7 cyl.

Piston 2: 14 in.

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