May 22nd, 2010 - Lake Huron Diving
Port Sanilac, MI

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North Star
Mary Alice B
Regina


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NORTH STAR

 
Registry and Rig Information
Vessel Name NORTH STAR 
Nationality U.S.  Official Number 130435 
Rig Propeller 
Dimensions and Tonnage
Vessel Length: 299.42 feet. Gross Tonnage: 2476.00 
Vessel Width: 40.66 feet Net Tonnage: 1885.00 
Vessel Depth: 21.50 feet Hull Material: Steel 
Masts:   Hull Number: 00023 
 
  
 
 
Vessel History
Builder  Globe Iron Works     Cleveland, OH    1889 
Ownership Changes Date Registry Official #
Northern Steamship Co.
Superior,  WI  U.S. 
1889- 1903  U.S.  130435 
Mutual Transit Co.
Buffalo,  NY  U.S. 
1903- 1908  U.S.  130435 
Vessel Name Changes Date Registry Official #
No Name changes recorded           
Rebuilds No Rebuild Information Available
History No Vessel History Available
Disposition Sunk in collision with propeller NORTHERN QUEEN in dense fog, November 25, 1908, off Sanilac, MI, Lake Huron; no lives lost. Vessel was downbound from Duluth with mixed cargo of flour, wheat, and shingles at time of loss.

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MARY ALICE B.

 
Registry and Rig Information
Vessel Name QUINTUS 
Nationality U.S.  Official Number U.S. ARMY 
Rig Tug 
Dimensions and Tonnage
Vessel Length: 65.50 feet. Gross Tonnage: 0.00 
Vessel Width: 18.33 feet Net Tonnage: 0.00 
Vessel Depth: 7.66 feet Hull Material: Steel 
Masts:   Hull Number:  
 
  
 
 
Vessel History
Builder  Marine Iron & Shipbuilding Co.     Duluth, MN    1931 
Ownership Changes Date Registry Official #
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Buffalo District    U.S. 
1931- 1962  U.S.  U.S. ARMY 
Fuller Marine Towing Co.
Detroit,  MI  U.S. 
1962- 1965  U.S.  289405 
Keith E. Malcolm
Marine City,  MI  U.S. 
1965- 1972  U.S.  289405 
William D. Virgin
Lorain,  OH  U.S. 
1972- 1974  U.S.  289405 
Sheffield Building Co., Inc.
Lorain,  OH  U.S. 
1974- 1975  U.S.  289405 
Peter Bill & Associates, Inc.
Detroit,  MI  U.S. 
1975  U.S.  289405 
Vessel Name Changes Date Registry Official #
BONANKA  1962- 1972  U.S.  289405 
LOMAX  1972- 1975  U.S.  289405 
MARY ALICE B.  1975  U.S.  289405 
Rebuilds Documented specifications, 1962 (62 x 17 x 6.25; 46 gross - 31 net).
History No Vessel History Available
Disposition Foundered, September 5, 1975, approximately 4 miles west of Port Sanilac, MI.

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REGINA

 
Registry and Rig Information
Vessel Name REGINA 
Nationality U.K.  Official Number 124231 
Rig Propeller 
Dimensions and Tonnage
Vessel Length: 249.25 feet. Gross Tonnage: 1956.00 
Vessel Width: 42.50 feet Net Tonnage: 1280.00 
Vessel Depth: 23.00 feet Hull Material: Steel 
Masts:   Hull Number: 00419 
 
  
 
 
Vessel History
Builder  A. McMillan & Son, Ltd.     Dumbarton, Scotland    1907 
Ownership Changes Date Registry Official #
C.H.F. Plummer
Montreal,  P.Q.  Canada 
1907- 1911  U.K.  124231 
Canadian Lake Transportation Co., Ltd.
Montreal,  P.Q.  Canada 
1911- 1912  U.K.  124231 
Canadian Interlake Line, Ltd. (J.W. Norcross, Mgr.)
Montreal,  P.Q.  Canada 
1912- 1913  U.K.  124231 
Vessel Name Changes Date Registry Official #
No Name changes recorded           
Rebuilds No Rebuild Information Available
History No Vessel History Available
Disposition Passed up, Port Huron, c.12:00 p.m., November 9, 1913, and was lost with all hands in "Big Storm" on lower Lake Huron; fifteen lives lost.

 


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