Picket-hulled shipment send design
|Title||EFT Design 1016|
|Developers||Grays Harbor Motorship Corporate, Aberdeen, Washington|
|Duration||274 feet 6 in (83.67 m)|
|Beam||49 feet 0 in (14.94 m)|
|Draft||28 feet 1 in (8.56 m)|
|Put in energy||324 nhp|
|Propulsion||dual screw, coal gasoline|
The Design 1016 send (complete title Emergency Fleet Company Design 1016) used to be a wood-hulled shipment send design licensed for manufacturing by way of america Delivery Board‘s Emergency Fleet Company (EFT) in Global Battle I. All had been constructed by way of the Grays Harbor Motorship Corporate in Aberdeen, Washington. They had been known as the “Ward”-type after M.R. Ward, supervisor on the Grays Harbor shipyard. The entire hulls had been laid down in 1919.
Of the 8 ships ordered, 4 had been cancelled, 3 had been later finished for the Nationwide Oil Corporate (SS Agyla, SS Agron, SS Adria) and one (Agathon) used to be destroyed in a fireplace earlier than supply.
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