INA Ina's Story
[ 1901/07/12 ] Official Number: [ 111577 ], Mills List #2518
vessel to be licensed
Name: [ INA ] Location: [TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA ] Registriation: [ 7/1901 ] Date Registered: [ 1901/07/12 ] Official Number: [ 111577 ] First Registration: [ YES ]. Renamed PEERLESS in 1940 (Mills List)
Original Building Information:
Built By: [ POLSON IRON WORKS TORONTO ] Built At: [ TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA ] Date Built: [ 1901 ] Length: [ 51.30 ] Beam: [ 9.30 ] Gross: [ 12.05 ] Net: [ 8.18 ]. Owned by W. J. Gage, Toronto 1901, 1927; H.C. Minett, Bracebridge 1935.
Yacht. Deck: [ ONE ] Type: [ CARVEL ] Stern: [ELLIPTICAL ] Gallery: [NONE ] Stem: [ STRAIGHT ] Frame: [ COMPOSITE TANKER ] Propulsion: [ MOTOR SCREW ] Number of Masts: [ NONE ] Type of Rig: [ NOT RIGGED ]
Type of Engine: [ GASOLINE MOTOR ] Number of Engines: [ONE ] Date Built: [ 1914 ] Built by: [VAN BLERCK MOTOR CO. MOURAL, MICH, U.S.A. ] Horsepower: [ 6.00-5.50 ]. Replaced by motor 1931.
Date Registration Closed: [ 1942/09/08 ] Reason Closed: [VESSEL TO BE LICENSED ] Remark: [(NOTE: INFORMATION REGARDING DIMENSION AND ENGINE PARTICULARS HAVE BEEN CROSSED OUT ON ORIGINAL DOCUMENT AND REWRITTEN SEVERAL TIMES. UNITS FOR ENGINES ARE "3.02 NOMINAL", "75 BRAKE" AND "10 M.P.H." ]. Date Closed: [1959 ] Reason Closed: [ Burnt ] Where Closed: [ Muskoka River, Ontario, Canada ] (Mills List).
104 x 26 x 11. Ferry. Licensed for 460 passengers 1914
first by Sault Ste. Marie Ferry Co.,
soon International Transit Co.;
to Dominion Government 1928.
Polson Iron Works, Toronto and launched 06/07/01.
18-36x24 by builder.
Sank at dock 14/05/02 due to overcrowding, raised 31/05