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

Other name(s): Lake Moor

Ship owner: Chr. Gran; T. Hellesoe; U.S. Shipping Board

Ship builder: McDougall-Duluth Co., Duluth, Minnesota

Engine builder: McDougall-Duluth Co., Duluth, Minnesota

Year ship built: 1917

Year engine built: 1917

Final disposition: Lost by enemy action, Corsewell Port, England, April 11, 1918.


Contracted for by Chr. Gran (Norway).  Transferred to T. Hellesoe (Norway) from whom US Shipping Board requisitioned vessel.  Launched October 15, 1917.



b) Lake More (US Registry No. 215770)


1) Chr. Gran, Oslo, Norway

2) T. Hellesoe, Norway

3) U. S. Shipping Board (requisitioned)

Hull number: 2

Vessel type: Laker

Height: 18.1

Width: 43.6

Length: 250

Stroke length: 40

Gross tonnage: 1985

Net tonnage: 1191

Materials: Steel

Engine type: Triple expansion

Piston 1: 20

Piston 2: 33

Piston 3: 54

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