• Barge
  • 65ffw
  • 98ft Length
  • Snake Island, Lake Ontario
  • N44.12.468 W76.31.535

Chronological History #

  • 1870 Launched Picton ON 92x22x6 Owned by Fraser & George, Kingston
  • 1875 Sunk Rideau Canal
  • 1876 Broke Shaft
  • 1877 J. B. Robinson, Thorold
  • 1879 Accident with MAGNET
  • 1885 Sunk Ottawa ON
  • 1886 H. Harris, Kemptville Ont.
  • 1887 Sunk Brass Point, Rideau
  • 1887 A. W. Hepburn, Picton
  • 1895 Repaired
  • 1896 Stranded Point Frederick
  • 1906 Ontario & Quebec Navigation Co.
  • 1915 Canada Steamship Lines
  • 1915 Aground Cornwall ON
  • 1921 J. Donnelly, Kingston as barge
  • Broken up and Scuttled Lake Ontario date unknown.

HCGL File #

Registry and Rig Information
NameWATER LILY
RegistryCANADA
Official Number94923
RigPropeller
Dimensions and Tonnage
Length92.00
Width22.00
Gross Tonnage97.00
Hull MaterialWood
Vessel History
RebuildsRebuilt, 1891, Picton, Ontario, by Arthur W. Hepburn (97 x 18.33 x 5.58; 95.09 gross – 59.50 registered). Rebuilt, Picton, Ontario, in 1903 (97 x 19.16 x 7.66; 138 gross – 63 registered).
DispositionReportedly broken up in 1921. Removed from Canadian List of Shipping in 1938.
Build Information
BuilderHarris, A.
Place BuiltBattersea, Ontario
Date Built1873-00-00
Source
SourceHCGL

Mills Listing #

  • Water Lily (1870)
  • Year of Build: 1870 Built at:Brewer’s Mills, Ontario
  • Propulsion: Screw
  • Tonnage (gross):97
  • Removed From Register – Broken Up
  • First Rebuild: Official Number: 94923 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 100 x 18 — 95 tons Rebuilt: Picton, Ontario, Canada in 1891
  • Second Rebuild: Propulsion: Screw Rebuilt: Picton, Ontario, Canada

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