Register of Ships Owned by United States Shipping Board, August 1, 1920

Illustrations


After the last text page this book contains 75 foldout illustrations, all but one of which are plans of ships. These show two of the former German passenger ships then owned by the Shipping Board and 72 of the designs to which the Shipping Board built ships during the war. The scans of these plans are large jpeg files and are displayed at the width of a monitor. You will probably have to scroll down to see the lower portion of each plan. To enlarge the details it is suggested that you download the plan.

Ship Type Design Side Deck Legend
Map of fuel stations N/A Plan-01 -- --
13,000 D. W. ton passenger and cargo steamer (3-deck type), Palmetto State, etc. 1029 Plan-02 Plan-03 --
13,000 D. W. ton passenger and cargo steamer (3-deck type), Old North State, etc. 1095 Plan-04 Plan-05 --
12,350 D. W. ton passenger and cargo steamer (3-deck type), Aeolus German Plan-06 Plan-07 --
11,080 D. W. ton passenger and cargo steamer (4-deck type), Huron German Plan-08 Plan-09 --
12,600 D. W. ton cargo steamer (3-deck type), Japanese, Eastern Merchant, etc. 1124 Plan-10 Plan-11 --
11,800 D. W. ton cargo steamer (2-deck type), Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corp., Defiance, etc. (1032) Plan-12 -- --
11,800 D. W. ton cargo steamer (3-deck type), Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corp., Liberator, etc. 1057 Plan-13 Plan-14 Plan-13b
10,300 D. W. ton steel tank steamer, Baltimore Dry Dock & Shipbuilding Co., Bethelridge, etc. 1059 Plan-15 Plan-16 Plan-15b
10,000 D. W. ton steel cargo steamer, Skinner & Eddy Corporation, Edenton, etc. 1079 Plan-17 Plan-18 Plan-17b
9,600 D. W. ton steel cargo steamer (2-deck type), Federal Shipbuilding Corp., Federal, etc. 1037 Plan-19 Plan-20 Plan-19b
9,500 D. W. ton steel cargo steamer (2-deck type), standard, Wilscox, etc. 1027 Plan-21 Plan-22 --
9,400 D. W. ton steel cargo steamer, Moore Shipbuilding Co., Aniwa, etc. 1015 Plan-23 Plan-24 Plan-23b
9,000 D. W. ton steel cargo steamer (2-deck type),Merchant Shipbuilding Corp., Cabegon, etc. 1025 Plan-25 -- Plan-25b
8,800 D. W. ton steel cargo steamer, Skinner & Eddy Corporation, West Cressy, etc. 1013 Plan-26 Plan-27 Plan-26b
8,800 D. W. ton steel cargo steamer, Baltimore Dry Dock & Shipbuilding Co., Naiwa, etc. 1016 Plan-28 -- --
8,800 D. W. ton steel cargo steamer, standard, Isanti, etc. 1019 Plan-29 Plan-30 Plan-29b
8,370 D. W. ton steel refrigerator steamer (2-deck type), Moore Shipbuilding Co, Oskawa, etc. 1015R Plan-31 -- --
7,825 D. W. ton steel cargo ship, standard fabricated Hog Island “A” ship, Quistconck, etc. 1022 Plan-32 Plan-33 Plan-32b
7,500 D. W. ton standard tank ship, Darden, etc. 1031 Plan-34 -- Plan-34b
7,500 D. W. ton steel tank ship, Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corp., Cabrille, etc. 1031 Plan-35 -- --
7,500 D. W. ton concrete tank steamer, E. F. C. concrete design No. 70, Palo Alto, etc. 1100 Plan-36 Plan-37 --
7,500 D. W. ton steel cargo steamer, Seattle Construction & Dry Dock Co., Ossining, etc. 1014 Plan-38 -- --
7,500 D. W. ton steel cargo steamer, Downey Shipbuilding Corporation, Abron, etc. 1017 Plan-39 Plan-40 --
7,500 D. W. ton steel cargo [barge], Alabama Dry Dock & Shipbuilding Co., U. S. Darien, etc. 1039 Plan-41 -- --
7,400 D. W. ton steel cargo steamer, Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corp., Gold Star, etc. 1046 Plan-42 -- --
7,300 D. W. ton cargo steamer, Standard Shipbuilding Corporation, Englewood, etc. (1063) Plan-43 -- --
6,000 D. W. ton steel tank steamer, Baltimore Dry Dock & Shipbuilding Co., Dannedaike, etc. 1058 Plan-44 -- --
6,000 D. W. ton steel cargo steamer, Long Beach Shipbuilding Co., Ozaukee, etc. 1021 Plan-45 Plan-46 --
5,100 D. W. ton steel cargo steamer, Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Nanquitt 1094 Plan-47 Plan-48 --
5,075 D. W. ton steel cargo steamer, Submarine Boat Corporation, Alamosa, etc. 1023 Plan-49 Plan-50 --
4,200 D. W. ton steel cargo steamer, Great Lakes Engineering Works, Lake Sapor, etc. 1093 Plan-51 -- Plan-51b
4,200 D. W. ton steel cargo steamer, Great Lakes Engineering Works, Costilla, etc. 1060 Plan-52 -- Plan-52b
4,160 D. W. ton steel cargo steamer, Great Lakes Engineering Works, Lake Graphite, etc. 1093 Plan-53 -- --
4,005 D. W. ton cargo steamer (wooden, Hough type), Kruse & Banks Shipbuilding Co., North Bend, etc. 1003 Plan-54 Plan-55 --
4,000 D. W. ton cargo steamer (Supple & Ballin type), Supple & Ballin, Wallawa, etc. 1011 Plan-56 -- --
4,000 D. W. ton cargo steamer (wooden, Grays Harbor type), Grays Harbor Motor Ship Corp., Wishkah, etc. 1005 Plan-57 -- --
4,000 D. W. ton cargo steamer (wooden, Peninsula type), Peninsula Shipbuilding Co., Clackamas, etc. 1004 Plan-58 Plan-59 --
3,700 D. W. ton steel cargo steamer, Albina Engine & Machine Works, Cadaretta, etc. 1049 Plan-60 -- --
3,588 D. W. ton cargo steamer (wooden, Ferris type), Seaborn Shipyards Co., Quinault, etc. 1001 Plan-61 Plan-62 Plan-61b
3,525 D. W. ton steel cargo steamer, standard lake “A” design, Lake Narka, etc. 1020 Plan-63 -- Plan-63b
3,500 D. W. ton composite cargo steamer, Terry Shipbuilding Corporation, Quinneseco, etc. 1010 Plan-64 -- --
3,500 D. W. ton cargo steamer (composite, McClelland type), Merrill Stevens Co., Apalachee, etc. 1009 Plan-65 -- --
3,000 D. W. ton cargo steamer (concrete), E. F. C. concrete design, No. 1, Atlantus, etc. 1040 Plan-66 Plan-67 --
150-foot steel ocean tug, standard, Baldridge, etc. 1035 Plan-68 Plan-69 --
143-foot seagoing wooden tug, Crowninshield Shipbuilding Co, Fame, etc. 1055 Plan-70 Plan-71 --
125-foot wooden ocean tug, M. M. Davis & Sons (Inc.), Artisan, etc. 1061 Plan-72 -- --
100-foot wooden harbor tug, Murray-Watts design, Retriever, etc. 1086 Plan-73 -- --
100-foot steel harbor tug, standard, Degolia, etc. 1036 Plan-74 Plan-75 --

Note: EFC design numbers were not in this publication but have been supplied from other official sources. The legends were originally part of the profile plans but have been separated for viewing convenience. These copies were made from the original publication. Lines, especially frame lines around the plans, were not always straight in the original plans. The foldout portions of Plans 01, 02, 04, 07, 19, 22, 23, 29, 32, 36, and 54 had separated because of age and wear, these plans have been reassembled digitally. Of these about half have minor damage at the former fold.