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Name of ship as recorded on the record

Ship name

Wabana ( Plan of Boilers for Wabana, 1910 1910, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Wabana, 20th December 1911 1911, Steel Steamer Report for Wabana, 19th December 1911 1911, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons & Upwards for Wabana, 23rd November 1911 1911, Report on Machinery for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Profile & Deck Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Half Midship Section Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911 )

Canby ( Cover Note for First Entry Report & Plans for Canby, sent to Newcastle on Tyne, 29th January 1932 1932, Letter from Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding total loss of Canby, 25th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, to R Ropner & Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding wrecked status of Canby, 24th May 1934 1934, Letter from Thomas Barker, Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding underwriters & total loss of Canby, 18th May 1934 1934, Report of Total Loss, Casualty, &c for Canby, 17th May 1934 1934, Letter from William Ropner, R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, London, regarding damage, total loss & abandonment of Canby, 16th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee to The Ropner Shipping Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding damage, salvage & casualty of Canby, 15th May 1934 1934, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Canby, 26th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Report of Survey for Repairs, &c for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934 )

The process of transferring a vessel to water, but not necessarily her completion.

Launch Date

11/10/1911 ( Plan of Boilers for Wabana, 1910 1910, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Wabana, 20th December 1911 1911, Steel Steamer Report for Wabana, 19th December 1911 1911, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons & Upwards for Wabana, 23rd November 1911 1911, Report on Machinery for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Profile & Deck Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Half Midship Section Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Cover Note for First Entry Report & Plans for Canby, sent to Newcastle on Tyne, 29th January 1932 1932, Letter from Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding total loss of Canby, 25th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, to R Ropner & Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding wrecked status of Canby, 24th May 1934 1934, Letter from Thomas Barker, Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding underwriters & total loss of Canby, 18th May 1934 1934, Report of Total Loss, Casualty, &c for Canby, 17th May 1934 1934, Letter from William Ropner, R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, London, regarding damage, total loss & abandonment of Canby, 16th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee to The Ropner Shipping Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding damage, salvage & casualty of Canby, 15th May 1934 1934, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Canby, 26th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Report of Survey for Repairs, &c for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934 )

Unique identifier for a given ship, it is assigned by a builder.

Yard no

367 ( Plan of Boilers for Wabana, 1910 1910, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Wabana, 20th December 1911 1911, Steel Steamer Report for Wabana, 19th December 1911 1911, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons & Upwards for Wabana, 23rd November 1911 1911, Report on Machinery for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Profile & Deck Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Half Midship Section Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Cover Note for First Entry Report & Plans for Canby, sent to Newcastle on Tyne, 29th January 1932 1932, Letter from Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding total loss of Canby, 25th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, to R Ropner & Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding wrecked status of Canby, 24th May 1934 1934, Letter from Thomas Barker, Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding underwriters & total loss of Canby, 18th May 1934 1934, Report of Total Loss, Casualty, &c for Canby, 17th May 1934 1934, Letter from William Ropner, R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, London, regarding damage, total loss & abandonment of Canby, 16th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee to The Ropner Shipping Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding damage, salvage & casualty of Canby, 15th May 1934 1934, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Canby, 26th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Report of Survey for Repairs, &c for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934 )

Location where a vessel’s survey was undertaken.

Location of Survey

Sunderland ( Plan of Boilers for Wabana, 1910 1910, Steel Steamer Report for Wabana, 19th December 1911 1911, Report on Machinery for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Profile & Deck Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Half Midship Section Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911 )

Liverpool ( Form for Vessels of 100 Tons & Upwards for Wabana, 23rd November 1911 1911 )

West Hartlepool ( Letter from Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding total loss of Canby, 25th May 1934 1934, Letter from Thomas Barker, Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding underwriters & total loss of Canby, 18th May 1934 1934, Letter from William Ropner, R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, London, regarding damage, total loss & abandonment of Canby, 16th May 1934 1934 )

London ( Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, to R Ropner & Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding wrecked status of Canby, 24th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee to The Ropner Shipping Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding damage, salvage & casualty of Canby, 15th May 1934 1934 )

St John N B ( Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934 )

Saint John N B ( Report of Survey for Repairs, &c for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934 )

A vessel’s means of propulsion.

Propulsion

Steam ( Plan of Boilers for Wabana, 1910 1910, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Wabana, 20th December 1911 1911, Steel Steamer Report for Wabana, 19th December 1911 1911, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons & Upwards for Wabana, 23rd November 1911 1911, Report on Machinery for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Profile & Deck Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Half Midship Section Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Cover Note for First Entry Report & Plans for Canby, sent to Newcastle on Tyne, 29th January 1932 1932, Letter from Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding total loss of Canby, 25th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, to R Ropner & Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding wrecked status of Canby, 24th May 1934 1934, Letter from Thomas Barker, Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding underwriters & total loss of Canby, 18th May 1934 1934, Report of Total Loss, Casualty, &c for Canby, 17th May 1934 1934, Letter from William Ropner, R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, London, regarding damage, total loss & abandonment of Canby, 16th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee to The Ropner Shipping Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding damage, salvage & casualty of Canby, 15th May 1934 1934, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Canby, 26th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Report of Survey for Repairs, &c for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934 )

undefined ( Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911 )

Is the steamer assisted by sail?

Sail assisted steamer

No ( Plan of Boilers for Wabana, 1910 1910, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Wabana, 20th December 1911 1911, Steel Steamer Report for Wabana, 19th December 1911 1911, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons & Upwards for Wabana, 23rd November 1911 1911, Report on Machinery for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Profile & Deck Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Half Midship Section Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Cover Note for First Entry Report & Plans for Canby, sent to Newcastle on Tyne, 29th January 1932 1932, Letter from Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding total loss of Canby, 25th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, to R Ropner & Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding wrecked status of Canby, 24th May 1934 1934, Letter from Thomas Barker, Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding underwriters & total loss of Canby, 18th May 1934 1934, Report of Total Loss, Casualty, &c for Canby, 17th May 1934 1934, Letter from William Ropner, R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, London, regarding damage, total loss & abandonment of Canby, 16th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee to The Ropner Shipping Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding damage, salvage & casualty of Canby, 15th May 1934 1934, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Canby, 26th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Report of Survey for Repairs, &c for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934 )

Is machinery fitted at the aft of the vessel?

Machinery aft?

No ( Plan of Boilers for Wabana, 1910 1910, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Wabana, 20th December 1911 1911, Steel Steamer Report for Wabana, 19th December 1911 1911, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons & Upwards for Wabana, 23rd November 1911 1911, Report on Machinery for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Profile & Deck Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Half Midship Section Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Cover Note for First Entry Report & Plans for Canby, sent to Newcastle on Tyne, 29th January 1932 1932, Letter from Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding total loss of Canby, 25th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, to R Ropner & Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding wrecked status of Canby, 24th May 1934 1934, Letter from Thomas Barker, Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding underwriters & total loss of Canby, 18th May 1934 1934, Report of Total Loss, Casualty, &c for Canby, 17th May 1934 1934, Letter from William Ropner, R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, London, regarding damage, total loss & abandonment of Canby, 16th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee to The Ropner Shipping Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding damage, salvage & casualty of Canby, 15th May 1934 1934, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Canby, 26th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Report of Survey for Repairs, &c for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934 )

Generally a smaller additional auxiliary boiler (often used while the vessel is at port).

Is a donkey boiler fitted?

No ( Plan of Boilers for Wabana, 1910 1910, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Wabana, 20th December 1911 1911, Steel Steamer Report for Wabana, 19th December 1911 1911, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons & Upwards for Wabana, 23rd November 1911 1911, Report on Machinery for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Profile & Deck Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Half Midship Section Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Cover Note for First Entry Report & Plans for Canby, sent to Newcastle on Tyne, 29th January 1932 1932, Letter from Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding total loss of Canby, 25th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, to R Ropner & Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding wrecked status of Canby, 24th May 1934 1934, Letter from Thomas Barker, Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding underwriters & total loss of Canby, 18th May 1934 1934, Report of Total Loss, Casualty, &c for Canby, 17th May 1934 1934, Letter from William Ropner, R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, London, regarding damage, total loss & abandonment of Canby, 16th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee to The Ropner Shipping Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding damage, salvage & casualty of Canby, 15th May 1934 1934, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Canby, 26th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Report of Survey for Repairs, &c for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934 )

Name of the Proving House responsible for the public testing and certification of a vessel’s anchors and/or chain cables.

Lloyd's Proving House?

No ( Plan of Boilers for Wabana, 1910 1910, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Wabana, 20th December 1911 1911, Steel Steamer Report for Wabana, 19th December 1911 1911, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons & Upwards for Wabana, 23rd November 1911 1911, Report on Machinery for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Profile & Deck Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Half Midship Section Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Cover Note for First Entry Report & Plans for Canby, sent to Newcastle on Tyne, 29th January 1932 1932, Letter from Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding total loss of Canby, 25th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, to R Ropner & Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding wrecked status of Canby, 24th May 1934 1934, Letter from Thomas Barker, Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding underwriters & total loss of Canby, 18th May 1934 1934, Report of Total Loss, Casualty, &c for Canby, 17th May 1934 1934, Letter from William Ropner, R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, London, regarding damage, total loss & abandonment of Canby, 16th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee to The Ropner Shipping Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding damage, salvage & casualty of Canby, 15th May 1934 1934, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Canby, 26th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Report of Survey for Repairs, &c for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934 )

Contextual information related to the reasons of the vessel’s loss or disposal.

Circumstances of loss or disposal

Stranded, driven inshore, abandoned ( Plan of Boilers for Wabana, 1910 1910, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Wabana, 20th December 1911 1911, Steel Steamer Report for Wabana, 19th December 1911 1911, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons & Upwards for Wabana, 23rd November 1911 1911, Report on Machinery for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Profile & Deck Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Half Midship Section Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Cover Note for First Entry Report & Plans for Canby, sent to Newcastle on Tyne, 29th January 1932 1932, Letter from Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding total loss of Canby, 25th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, to R Ropner & Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding wrecked status of Canby, 24th May 1934 1934, Letter from Thomas Barker, Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding underwriters & total loss of Canby, 18th May 1934 1934, Report of Total Loss, Casualty, &c for Canby, 17th May 1934 1934, Letter from William Ropner, R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, London, regarding damage, total loss & abandonment of Canby, 16th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee to The Ropner Shipping Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding damage, salvage & casualty of Canby, 15th May 1934 1934, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Canby, 26th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Report of Survey for Repairs, &c for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934 )

The country or national waters where a vessel is lost/disposed of, or last recorded.

Country of loss or disposal

Canada ( Plan of Boilers for Wabana, 1910 1910, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Wabana, 20th December 1911 1911, Steel Steamer Report for Wabana, 19th December 1911 1911, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons & Upwards for Wabana, 23rd November 1911 1911, Report on Machinery for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Profile & Deck Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Half Midship Section Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Cover Note for First Entry Report & Plans for Canby, sent to Newcastle on Tyne, 29th January 1932 1932, Letter from Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding total loss of Canby, 25th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, to R Ropner & Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding wrecked status of Canby, 24th May 1934 1934, Letter from Thomas Barker, Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding underwriters & total loss of Canby, 18th May 1934 1934, Report of Total Loss, Casualty, &c for Canby, 17th May 1934 1934, Letter from William Ropner, R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, London, regarding damage, total loss & abandonment of Canby, 16th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee to The Ropner Shipping Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding damage, salvage & casualty of Canby, 15th May 1934 1934, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Canby, 26th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Report of Survey for Repairs, &c for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934 )

An officially licensed mariner (post 1850) holding ultimate command and responsibility for a vessel.

Recorded information related to a vessel’s movements.

Voyage information

Sunderland; Port Talbot; Iquique ( Steel Steamer Report for Wabana, 19th December 1911 1911 )

Saint John N B; Coastwise ( Report of Survey for Repairs, &c for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934 )

The port in which a vessel is registered or permanently based.

Location of construction for a vessel’s engines.

The year in which a vessel’s construction is completed.

Year of ship completion

1911 ( Plan of Boilers for Wabana, 1910 1910, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Wabana, 20th December 1911 1911, Steel Steamer Report for Wabana, 19th December 1911 1911, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons & Upwards for Wabana, 23rd November 1911 1911, Report on Machinery for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Profile & Deck Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Half Midship Section Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Cover Note for First Entry Report & Plans for Canby, sent to Newcastle on Tyne, 29th January 1932 1932, Letter from Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding total loss of Canby, 25th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, to R Ropner & Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding wrecked status of Canby, 24th May 1934 1934, Letter from Thomas Barker, Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding underwriters & total loss of Canby, 18th May 1934 1934, Report of Total Loss, Casualty, &c for Canby, 17th May 1934 1934, Letter from William Ropner, R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, London, regarding damage, total loss & abandonment of Canby, 16th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee to The Ropner Shipping Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding damage, salvage & casualty of Canby, 15th May 1934 1934, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Canby, 26th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Report of Survey for Repairs, &c for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934 )

The individual and/or organisation listed as having been responsible for constructing the vessel. This can/may be the same as the owner and/or manager.

Shipbuilder

Short Bros Ltd ( Plan of Boilers for Wabana, 1910 1910, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Wabana, 20th December 1911 1911, Steel Steamer Report for Wabana, 19th December 1911 1911, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons & Upwards for Wabana, 23rd November 1911 1911, Report on Machinery for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Profile & Deck Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Half Midship Section Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Cover Note for First Entry Report & Plans for Canby, sent to Newcastle on Tyne, 29th January 1932 1932, Letter from Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding total loss of Canby, 25th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, to R Ropner & Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding wrecked status of Canby, 24th May 1934 1934, Letter from Thomas Barker, Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding underwriters & total loss of Canby, 18th May 1934 1934, Report of Total Loss, Casualty, &c for Canby, 17th May 1934 1934, Letter from William Ropner, R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, London, regarding damage, total loss & abandonment of Canby, 16th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee to The Ropner Shipping Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding damage, salvage & casualty of Canby, 15th May 1934 1934, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Canby, 26th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Report of Survey for Repairs, &c for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934 )

The port or place in which the vessel’s construction took place, at the time of writing.

Place of build

Sunderland ( Plan of Boilers for Wabana, 1910 1910, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Wabana, 20th December 1911 1911, Steel Steamer Report for Wabana, 19th December 1911 1911, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons & Upwards for Wabana, 23rd November 1911 1911, Report on Machinery for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Profile & Deck Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Half Midship Section Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Cover Note for First Entry Report & Plans for Canby, sent to Newcastle on Tyne, 29th January 1932 1932, Letter from Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding total loss of Canby, 25th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, to R Ropner & Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding wrecked status of Canby, 24th May 1934 1934, Letter from Thomas Barker, Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding underwriters & total loss of Canby, 18th May 1934 1934, Report of Total Loss, Casualty, &c for Canby, 17th May 1934 1934, Letter from William Ropner, R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, London, regarding damage, total loss & abandonment of Canby, 16th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee to The Ropner Shipping Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding damage, salvage & casualty of Canby, 15th May 1934 1934, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Canby, 26th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Report of Survey for Repairs, &c for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934 )

Broad categories and subdivisions of vessels related to their purpose or function.

Ship type

undefined ( Plan of Boilers for Wabana, 1910 1910, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Wabana, 20th December 1911 1911, Report on Machinery for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Profile & Deck Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Half Midship Section Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Cover Note for First Entry Report & Plans for Canby, sent to Newcastle on Tyne, 29th January 1932 1932, Letter from Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding total loss of Canby, 25th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, to R Ropner & Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding wrecked status of Canby, 24th May 1934 1934, Letter from Thomas Barker, Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding underwriters & total loss of Canby, 18th May 1934 1934, Report of Total Loss, Casualty, &c for Canby, 17th May 1934 1934, Letter from William Ropner, R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, London, regarding damage, total loss & abandonment of Canby, 16th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee to The Ropner Shipping Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding damage, salvage & casualty of Canby, 15th May 1934 1934, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Canby, 26th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934 )

Screw Steamer ( Steel Steamer Report for Wabana, 19th December 1911 1911, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Report of Survey for Repairs, &c for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934 )

Cargo ( Form for Vessels of 100 Tons & Upwards for Wabana, 23rd November 1911 1911 )

Predominant material(s) utilised in a vessel’s construction.

Material of construction

Steel ( Plan of Boilers for Wabana, 1910 1910, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Wabana, 20th December 1911 1911, Steel Steamer Report for Wabana, 19th December 1911 1911, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons & Upwards for Wabana, 23rd November 1911 1911, Report on Machinery for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Profile & Deck Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Half Midship Section Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Cover Note for First Entry Report & Plans for Canby, sent to Newcastle on Tyne, 29th January 1932 1932, Letter from Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding total loss of Canby, 25th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, to R Ropner & Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding wrecked status of Canby, 24th May 1934 1934, Letter from Thomas Barker, Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding underwriters & total loss of Canby, 18th May 1934 1934, Report of Total Loss, Casualty, &c for Canby, 17th May 1934 1934, Letter from William Ropner, R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, London, regarding damage, total loss & abandonment of Canby, 16th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee to The Ropner Shipping Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding damage, salvage & casualty of Canby, 15th May 1934 1934, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Canby, 26th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Report of Survey for Repairs, &c for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934 )

Confirmation as to whether the vessel was equipped with refrigeration machinery to aid in the transport of frozen or chilled cargo/goods.

Refrigeration machinery fitted for cargo purposes?

No ( Plan of Boilers for Wabana, 1910 1910, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Wabana, 20th December 1911 1911, Steel Steamer Report for Wabana, 19th December 1911 1911, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons & Upwards for Wabana, 23rd November 1911 1911, Report on Machinery for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Profile & Deck Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Half Midship Section Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Cover Note for First Entry Report & Plans for Canby, sent to Newcastle on Tyne, 29th January 1932 1932, Letter from Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding total loss of Canby, 25th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, to R Ropner & Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding wrecked status of Canby, 24th May 1934 1934, Letter from Thomas Barker, Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding underwriters & total loss of Canby, 18th May 1934 1934, Report of Total Loss, Casualty, &c for Canby, 17th May 1934 1934, Letter from William Ropner, R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, London, regarding damage, total loss & abandonment of Canby, 16th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee to The Ropner Shipping Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding damage, salvage & casualty of Canby, 15th May 1934 1934, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Canby, 26th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Report of Survey for Repairs, &c for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934 )

Does the vessel possess an auxiliary power source?

Auxillary

No ( Plan of Boilers for Wabana, 1910 1910, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Wabana, 20th December 1911 1911, Steel Steamer Report for Wabana, 19th December 1911 1911, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons & Upwards for Wabana, 23rd November 1911 1911, Report on Machinery for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Profile & Deck Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Half Midship Section Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Cover Note for First Entry Report & Plans for Canby, sent to Newcastle on Tyne, 29th January 1932 1932, Letter from Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding total loss of Canby, 25th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, to R Ropner & Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding wrecked status of Canby, 24th May 1934 1934, Letter from Thomas Barker, Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding underwriters & total loss of Canby, 18th May 1934 1934, Report of Total Loss, Casualty, &c for Canby, 17th May 1934 1934, Letter from William Ropner, R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, London, regarding damage, total loss & abandonment of Canby, 16th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee to The Ropner Shipping Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding damage, salvage & casualty of Canby, 15th May 1934 1934, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Canby, 26th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Report of Survey for Repairs, &c for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934 )

Is electric lighting fitted to the vessel?

Electric light fitted?

No ( Plan of Boilers for Wabana, 1910 1910, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Wabana, 20th December 1911 1911, Steel Steamer Report for Wabana, 19th December 1911 1911, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons & Upwards for Wabana, 23rd November 1911 1911, Report on Machinery for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Profile & Deck Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Half Midship Section Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Cover Note for First Entry Report & Plans for Canby, sent to Newcastle on Tyne, 29th January 1932 1932, Letter from Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding total loss of Canby, 25th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, to R Ropner & Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding wrecked status of Canby, 24th May 1934 1934, Letter from Thomas Barker, Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding underwriters & total loss of Canby, 18th May 1934 1934, Report of Total Loss, Casualty, &c for Canby, 17th May 1934 1934, Letter from William Ropner, R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, London, regarding damage, total loss & abandonment of Canby, 16th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee to The Ropner Shipping Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding damage, salvage & casualty of Canby, 15th May 1934 1934, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Canby, 26th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Report of Survey for Repairs, &c for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934 )

The official record pronounced by the Committee

Loss or disposal

Broken up ( Plan of Boilers for Wabana, 1910 1910, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Wabana, 20th December 1911 1911, Steel Steamer Report for Wabana, 19th December 1911 1911, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons & Upwards for Wabana, 23rd November 1911 1911, Report on Machinery for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Profile & Deck Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Half Midship Section Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Cover Note for First Entry Report & Plans for Canby, sent to Newcastle on Tyne, 29th January 1932 1932, Letter from Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding total loss of Canby, 25th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, to R Ropner & Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding wrecked status of Canby, 24th May 1934 1934, Letter from Thomas Barker, Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding underwriters & total loss of Canby, 18th May 1934 1934, Report of Total Loss, Casualty, &c for Canby, 17th May 1934 1934, Letter from William Ropner, R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, London, regarding damage, total loss & abandonment of Canby, 16th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee to The Ropner Shipping Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding damage, salvage & casualty of Canby, 15th May 1934 1934, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Canby, 26th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Report of Survey for Repairs, &c for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934 )

Vessel’s place of loss or disposal/last known recorded location.

Place of ship loss

Cape Breton ( Plan of Boilers for Wabana, 1910 1910, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Wabana, 20th December 1911 1911, Steel Steamer Report for Wabana, 19th December 1911 1911, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons & Upwards for Wabana, 23rd November 1911 1911, Report on Machinery for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Profile & Deck Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Half Midship Section Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Cover Note for First Entry Report & Plans for Canby, sent to Newcastle on Tyne, 29th January 1932 1932, Letter from Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding total loss of Canby, 25th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, to R Ropner & Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding wrecked status of Canby, 24th May 1934 1934, Letter from Thomas Barker, Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding underwriters & total loss of Canby, 18th May 1934 1934, Report of Total Loss, Casualty, &c for Canby, 17th May 1934 1934, Letter from William Ropner, R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, London, regarding damage, total loss & abandonment of Canby, 16th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee to The Ropner Shipping Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding damage, salvage & casualty of Canby, 15th May 1934 1934, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Canby, 26th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Report of Survey for Repairs, &c for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934 )

Recorded date for the vessel’s loss or disposal.

Date of loss, disposal or incident

19/02/1934 ( Plan of Boilers for Wabana, 1910 1910, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Wabana, 20th December 1911 1911, Steel Steamer Report for Wabana, 19th December 1911 1911, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons & Upwards for Wabana, 23rd November 1911 1911, Report on Machinery for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Wabana, 6th December 1911 1911, Profile & Deck Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Half Midship Section Plan for Wabana, 1911 1911, Cover Note for First Entry Report & Plans for Canby, sent to Newcastle on Tyne, 29th January 1932 1932, Letter from Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding total loss of Canby, 25th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, to R Ropner & Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding wrecked status of Canby, 24th May 1934 1934, Letter from Thomas Barker, Director, Sir R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register, London, regarding underwriters & total loss of Canby, 18th May 1934 1934, Report of Total Loss, Casualty, &c for Canby, 17th May 1934 1934, Letter from William Ropner, R Ropner & Co Ltd to The Clerk to the Classification Committee, London, regarding damage, total loss & abandonment of Canby, 16th May 1934 1934, Letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee to The Ropner Shipping Co Ltd, West Hartlepool, regarding damage, salvage & casualty of Canby, 15th May 1934 1934, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee regarding class of Canby, 26th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Certificate of Survey of Damage & Repairs for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934, Report of Survey for Repairs, &c for Canby, 9th January 1934 1934 )

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Classification symbol assigned to a vessel by Lloyd’s Register’s Classing Committee denoting the quality of construction and maintenance.

The name of the port/place of destination given.

Type and configuration of the engine(s) supplied for a vessel.

Date in which construction of a vessel’s engines were completed.

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