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Created: 2021-02-25 11:43:23 PM
Last Edited: 2021-03-10 11:17:53 AM




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Conrad Marie (1965/06)
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Conrad Marie (1965/06)
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Details/Construction
Builder:Price BrothersLocation:Montmagny, Quebec, CanadaHull #:
Keel Layed:Launched:Commissioned:1929
Propulsion
As builtType:2 Kromhout 12-cylinder diesel enginesOutput:330 bhp - 10.0 knots
Manufacturer:
Year: 1956Type:2 General Motors 6-cylinder diesel enginesOutput:440 bhp (324 kW) - 10.5 knots
Manufacturer:
Dimensions
As builtLength:34.9 m (114.5 ft)Gross Tonnage:280
Breadth:9.4 m (30.75 ft)Net Tonnage:
Depth:2.5 m (8.25 ft)Dead Weight:
Year: 1956Length:46.0 m (150.8 ft)Gross Tonnage:349
Breadth:9.8 m (32.0 ft)Net Tonnage:
Depth:2.9 m (9.4 ft)Dead Weight:
Owner HistoryFleet History
OwnerManagerFromUntil
FleetFromUntil
Name HistoryRegistration History
NameCall SignUntil
Price Navigator No. 11935
Emmanuel1956
Conrad Marie1965
Prince Quebec
NumberPortFromUntil
Disposition
Description/Location
Arrival at YardBeached:Work Began:
LostDate:

Comments

Feb 26, 2021
9:28 AM
Color photos of these St Laurent coasters are quite hard to find. Thank you for showing.
Posted by: DANIEL BERUBE
Feb 26, 2021
12:36 PM
1965-07-18: Overwhelmed by a sudden tornado in mid Lake Ontario, off Trenton, ON while en route Trois-Pistoles to North Tonawanda, NY with 550 cords of aspen wood. Sank to deck level, but remained afloat due to the cargo of dry wood. Towed to Rochester, NY by Georgian Bay. Unloaded deck cargo by hand, refloated, and in two weeks made repairs to the hull and motors.
Delivered the remaining cargo to North Tonawanda.
Declared a total loss at Marine Industries Ltd, Sorel and at Davie Brothers, Lévis. Ship retired to Petite Rivière St-François, QC to be converted to restaurant, but was later burned by vandals.
Posted by: Mac Mackay