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USED Dredge Manhattan
Seagoing Hopper Dredge:
Built in 1904, at Maryland Steel, Sparrow Point, MD.
Launched, in 1904
Delivered 1904 and placed in commission by the US Army Corps of Engineers, as USED Dredge Manhattan
Decommissioned circa 1951
Sold in 1951, renamed Sandon II
Sold in 1961, renamed Yau Wing No. 4
Final Disposition, scrapped in 1974
Displacement 2,790 t. light 5720 t. loaded
Light forward 10'8" aft 13'
Loaded forward 18'7' aft 20'2"
Material, steel hull, wooden superstructure
Speed, light 10 mph, loaded 7.5 mph
Complement Officers 12, Crew 54
Hopper Capacity 2530 cu. yds.
Dredging Depth Maximum 45' Minimum 20'
Drags two New York type
four oil fired Coatesville Boiler Works Scotch marine boilers
two Maryland Steel Co. Vertical inverted compound steam engines 22'x44x20, I.H.P per engine 900, R.P.M 95
two propeller shafts
two Maryland Steel Co. Vertical inverted compound steam engines 16'x32x18, I.H.P per engine 350, R.P.M 167 average,
Two Dredging Pumps
Inside Diameter of Suction Pipe 20"
Inside Diameter of Discharge Pipe 20"
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||USED Dredge Manhattan moored pierside at Galveston, 27 February 1937
US Engineer Office Galveston, TX.
||USED Dredge Manhattan moored pierside, date and location unknown
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