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

Ship owner: Canada Steamship Lines; Canadian Lake & Ocean Navigation Co,

Ship builder: A. McMillan & Son, Dumbarton, Scotland

Engine builder: Muir and Houston, Glasgow, Ireland

Year ship built: 1907

Year engine built: 1907

Final disposition: Foundered in Lake Huron in the Great Storm of November 9, 1913, all hands lost.


Wreck found in July 1986 between Lexington and Port Sanilac, Michigan in Lake Huron.  Vessel type referred to as a "Canaller."



1) Canadian Lake & Ocean Navigation Co.

2) Canada Steamship Lines

Registry number: C.124231

Hull number: 419

Vessel type: Package freighter

Contributor(s): A. McMillan and Sons.; Muir and Houston

Height: 23

Width: 42.6

Length: 249.3

Stroke length: 33

Gross tonnage: 1979

Net tonnage: 1298

Materials: Steel

Engine type: Triple expansion

Piston 1: 17

Piston 2: 28

Piston 3: 46

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