Built for overnight service, Providence, RI & New York, NY.
1915 Laid up, Wilmington, DE.
1916 Laid up, New London, CT.
1918, Jan 11 US Navy; renamed USS NARRAGANSETT; converted to troop
1918, Jun 21 Arrived Saint Nazaire, France; ferried troops England &
Continent in cross-channel fleet.
1919, Jan 31 Grounded Isle of Wight, bound France for Southampton.
1919, May 30 Decommissioned Plymouth, England.
1919, Sep 12 Decommissioned, Hoboken, NY.
1923 Owned Canada Steamship Lines, Ltd, C150828; renamed RICHELIEU; ran Saguenay - St Lawrence River cruise service, reconstructed as passenger ship by Davie Shipbuilding & Repair, Ltd, Lauzon, QUE, 322.75 x 48.16 x 19, 5528 gross tons, 3096 net tons.
1966 Renamed PASSENGER 3.
1966, Jun 9 Owned Joseph de Smedt, shipbreaker, Antwerp, Belgium; scrapped.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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