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S.S. Atlantic Trader


Gross Tonnage:2,241Net:1,349
Dimensions:253.5 x 43.6 x 20.2MC Type:USSB EFC Design #1042
Builder:Great Lakes Eng. Works
Ashtabula, OH
Hull #
USMC Hull #
Date of Build:
Delivered:
203

1918
1918
Engines:T.3 Cy. 19 1/4", 32 1/2", & 54 7/16' - 40'Engine Builder:Great Lakes Eng. Works
Ashtabula, OH
Navigation:GYC, DFDecks, etc.:1 Deck

Began SM Service:1941Ended SM Service:1947

----------------------------------- Vessel History -----------------------------------
Date
Vessel
#
Vessel
Name
Vessel
Owner
Call Ltrs
Home
Port
Flag
1918
217189
CrathorneU.S. Shipping Board
LNQV
BostonUS
1926
217189
CrathorneFrank J. Peterson
Cleveland, OH
LNQV
ClevelandUS
1927
217189
Frank J. PetersonPeterson Steamship Co.
Cleveland, OH
LNQV
ClevelandUS
1941
217189
Atlantic TraderSaginaw Dock & Terminal Co., Cleveland, OH (States Marine Corp., Managers)
KJQL
WilmingtonUS
1947
217189
Hsin Foo ShinFoo Shin Steamship Co., Ltd.
Shanghai, China
KJQL
ShanghaiChinese
1949
 
Tai YunFoo Shin Steamship Co., Ltd.
Shanghai, China
 
ShanghaiChinese
1950
 
MinaFar East & Panama Transport Corp.
Bella Vista, Panama
 
PanamaPanamanian
1958
1317-HK
NorthwindNorthwind Navigation Co. (Panama) Ltd.
c/o Taiship Co. Ltd.
Hong Kong
HOTP
PanamaPanamanian

Events:
1926: Sold to Frank J. Peterson.
1927: Sold to Peterson Steamship Co., renamed FRANK J. PETERSON.
1941: Sold to Saginaw Dock & Terminal Co., of Cleveland, renamed ATLANTIC TRADER; managed by States Marine Corp.
1947: Sold to Foo Shin Steamship Co. of China, renamed HSIN FOO SHIN.
1949: Renamed TAI YUN.
1950: Sold to Far East & Panama Transport Corp. of Panama, renamed MINA.
1958: Sold to Northwind Navigation Co. of Panama, renamed NORTHWIND.

Disposition DateComments
1961Sold to Hong Kong Shipbreakers, arriving Hong Kong 1/18/61. Broken up Q2 in Hong Kong.


Photo courtesy of Terry Cappelli 2012 - All rights reserved.

As the S.S. Crathorne, Baltimore, circa 1920.
(center of photo, right side)


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