Alaska Shipwrecks 1926-1950

ABBREVIATIONS:  AluminumALBritish ColumbiaBCCentralCFiberglassFRPFishing VesselFVIndicated Horse PowerIHPLongliner-LLMotor VesselMVNorthNOfficial NumberONRevenue Cutter ServiceRCSSchoonerSchSignal LettersSLSouth CentralSCSoutheastSESouthwestSWSteel oil screwSOSSteam ShipSSUnknownUUnited States ArmyUSAUnited States Coast GuardUSCGUnited States NavyUSNWestcentralWCWood gas screwWGSWood oil screwWOS1926-1950 R_Page_01-c1926-1950 R_Page_02-c1926-1950 R_Page_03-c1926-1950 R_Page_04-c1926-1950 R_Page_05-c1926-1950 R_Page_06-c1926-1950 R_Page_07-c1926-1950 R_Page_08-c1926-1950 R_Page_09-c1926-1950 R_Page_10-c1926-1950 R_Page_11-c1926-1950 R_Page_12-c1926-1950 R_Page_13-c1926-1950 R_Page_14-c1926-1950 R_Page_15-c1926-1950 R_Page_16-c1926-1950 R_Page_17-c

2 Replies to “Alaska Shipwrecks 1926-1950”

  1. In 1948 the fishing boat the Kiska was hit. by the Mayflower (build pre 1900) the Kiska ended up on our beach to fall apart .The Mayflower is now in the same cove (Air Marine ) falling apart.ironic ,not 200 yards from the boat she hit so many years before.

    1. The Kiska (Official Number 214852) was a 59 foot wood hull built in 1917 at Tacoma. There were two vessels named Mayflower listed in the Merchant Vessels List for 1948 that were operating in the area. One was a 38 footer out of Sitka and the other a 44 footer out of Ketchikan.

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