Tankers

Listed below are ships that sailed the Great Lakes that served as tankers. They are organized by year built and their original name, as well as by date of entering service. Name changes are listed following with the year of name change.

Ship names in boldface still exist today.

1918

William P. Cowan [Amoco Illinois, 1962;]

1928

Robert W. Stewart [Amoco Michigan, 1962; Shukheir, 1969;]

1930

Edward G. Seubert [Amoco Wisconsin, 1962;]

1937

Red Crown [Amoco Indiana, 1962; Medusa Conquest, 1987; Southdown Conquest, 1999; Cemex Conquest, 2003; St. Marys Conquest, 2005] (Converted into cement carrier, 1987)

1951

Imperial Leduc [Nipigon Bay, 1958;]

Imperial Redwater [R. Bruce Angus, 1954;]

1952

Imperial Woodbend [Golden Hind, 1954;]

B. A. Peerless [Gulf Canada, 1969; Coastal Canada, 1984;]

1955

Methane [B-6400, 1963; Kelly, 1971; Canonie 50, 1986; A-410, 1993;]

1962

Auntie Mame [Iron Mike, 1991; A-397, 1993;]

1968

Robert F. Deegan

1980

Hannah 6301 [Spartan II, 2010;]

1982

Amoco Michigan [Michigan {10}, 1985;]

Canonie 40 [A-390, 1992;]

1998

Aggersborg [Algosea {3}, 2005;]

Amalienborg [Algoma Hansa, 2008;]

2001

Norman McLeod

2004

Algoscotia {2}

2005

RTC-101 [Margaret, 2018;]

2007

Clipper Bardolino [Samistal Due, 2008; Algoma Dartmouth, 2009;]

2008

Algocanada

Algonova {2}

John J. Carrick

Ramira [Algonorth {2}, 2018;]

2009

Endeavour

Topaz-T [Topaz-I, 2019; Hinch Spirit, 2019;]

Turquoise-T [Turquoise-I, 2019; Wicky Spirit, 2019;]

2010

Louise Knutsen [Algoterra, 2019;]

2011

Adfines Sea [Northern Spirit, 2019;]

Adfines Star [Atlantic Spirit, 2019;]


*Vessel converted into a barge

**Vessel converted from ocean ship

***Vessel converted from ocean ship, converted into a barge