HELEN MAR

Name HELEN MAR
Designation
Official Number (MVUS)
Official Number (Lloyds)
Hull Number
IMO Number
State License #
Signal Letters
Radio Letters
Combined
F.C.C.
Rig H-Brig
Class or Type
Rate
Model Full
ABS
Head
Stern
Displacement
Tons, gross 159
Tons, net
Capacity
Dimensions 72’5” x 21’9” x 10’1”
Length, keel
Length, overall
Length, over deck
Length, registered
Length-waterline
Beam
Depth
Draft 10
Decks 1
Accommodations
Hatches
Hatches, size
Tanks
Compartments
Compartments, capacity
Masts
Masts, dimensions
Sail Area (Sq. Ft.)
Sailmaker
Sails, made
Ordered
Laid down
Launched, year 1838
Launched, time
Commissioned
Re-commissioned
Cancelled
Built where (Country) Canada
Built Where (State) NS
Built Where (Town) Windsor
Cost
Designer
Design #
Builder E. Raymond
Builder’s Number
Master Carpenter
Rebuilt or converted, year(s) 1854
Rebuilt where (Country)
Rebuilt Where (State)
Rebuilt Where (Town)
Rebuilt by
Hull Material Mixed woods
Fastenings Iron
When Metaled
Engine description
Engine, dimensions
Diameter of Cylinder
Stroke of Piston
Boiler(s), number
Boiler(s), type
Boiler(s), size
Ind. Steam, Fire and Bilge Pump
Security and Provisions against fire
Transmission
Shaft size
Screw(s)
Propeller Size
Horsepower
Nominal HP
Indicated HP
Shaft HP
Speed
Fuel type
Burns oil
Fuel, capacity
Range
Generator(s)
Nationality
Armament
Electronics
Service
Trade Indicator
Owners D. R. De Wolf (1862)
Factory(s)
Captain(s) Card (1862)
Chief Engineer(s)
Officers
Crew
Voyages
Battles
Races
Homeports Canada, NS, Windsor (1862)
Station
Area of Operations
Survey (Date and Place) 1860, April, NY
Estimated value
Fate
Decommissioned
Date of Disaster
Type of Disaster
Location of Disaster
Latitude
Longitude
Lifesaving Station
Master
Crew
Voyage
Cargo
Persons on Board
Lives Lost
Salvage
Value of Vessel
Value of Cargo
Total Value
Estimate Value of Property Lost
Notes
References Am. Lloyds (1862)