Mayflower (1)
"Mayflower", Built-Guernsey, Date-1834, Port of Registry-Jersey, Tonnage-69, Rig-Schooner, Master-T.Vibert, Owners-Capt. & Co., Career- Voyage, Jersey-Halifax.
Citation: [Posted to the Emigration-Ships Mailing List by Gery Swiggum - 8 August 1997]
Mayflower (2)
MAYFLOWER never sailed for the Donaldson Line. From Bonsor, _North Atlantic Seaway_ (2nd ed.; 1975-1978), vol. 2, p. 762, sub CRETIC (White Star Line):13,518 tons; 177,38 x 18,38 meters (582 x 60.3 feet); 1 funnel, 4 masts; twin screw propulsion, service speed 15 knots. Built by R. & W. Hawthorne, Leslie & Co., Hebburn-on-Tyne. 25 February 1902, launched as HANOVERIAN, for the Leyland Line (260 1st-class passengers). 19 July 1902, maiden voyage, Liverpool-Boston. 27 September 1902, last voyage, Liverpool-Boston (3 round-trip voyages). 1903, MAYFLOWER (Dominion Line); 260 1st-, 250 2nd-, 1000 3rd-class passengers. 9 April 1903, first voyage, Liverpool-Boston. 22 October 1903, last voyage, Liverpool- Boston (7 round-trip voyages). 1903, CRETIC (White Star). 9 November 1903, first voyage, Liverpool-Boston (10 round-trip voyages). November 1904, first voyage, Boston-Naples-Genoa-Naples-Boston-New York (arrived 7 December). 21 November 1911, last voyage, (Genoa)-Naples-New York. March 1912, first voyage, Genoa-Naples-Boston. 17 March 1915, first voyage, Genoa-Naples-Boston-New York. January 1918, last voyage, Genoa-Naples-Boston (arrived 30 January)-Liverpool. April 1918, first voyage, Liverpool-New York. 5 September 1919, last voyage, Liverpool-New York. 24 September 1919, resumed New York-Naples-Genoa; 300 1st-, 210 2nd-, 800 3rd-class passengers. 18 October 1922, last voyage, Genoa-Naples-New York. 1923, DEVONIAN (Leyland Line); 12,153 tons; 250 cabin-class passengers. June 1923, first voyage, Liverpool-Boston (arrived 24 June). April 1926, cabin became tourist third cabin. 10 December 1927, first voyage for Red Star Line (chartered), New York-Plymouth-Antwerp. 9 March 1928, last voyage, Antwerp-Southampton-New York (3 round-trip voyages). 23 March 1928, sailed New York-Philadelphia. 15 September 1928, last voyage, Boston-Liverpool (2 1/2 round-trip voyages). 1929, scrapped at Bo'ness.
Citation: [Posted to the Emigration-Ships Mailing List by Michael Palmer - 27 July 1997]
Mayflower (steamer)
Capt. John Pickernell removed the engines from the Rival and placed them in the Mayflower, completed at Astoria by Joseph Leathers. The new steamer was sixty-five feet long, seventeen feet four inches beam, and six feet hold, with ten by twelve inch engines. E. W. Wright, Retirement of the Oregon Railway & Navigation Company from Puget Sound, Lewis & Dryden's Marine History of the Puget Sound. New York: Antiquarian Press, Ltd., 1961 [This book was written in 1895 and the years covered in this chapter are 1891 and 1892., p.389.
Citation: Tacoma Public Library