Launched 1902: ss COLUMBIA

built by D & W Henderson Ltd Glasgow,
Yard No 425
Last Name: MOREAS
Previous Names: HMS Columbella during WW I
Propulsion: Twin screw Converted to oil burning in 1921
Launched: Saturday, 22/02/1902
Built: 1902
Ship Type: Passenger Cargo Vessel
Ship's Role: Glasgow - New York service
Tonnage: 8282
Length: 485.5
Breadth: 56.3
Owner History:
Anchor Line Glasgow
Status: Scrapped - 1929 in Venice
Web site:
Remarks: Laid up in the Clyde in 1926 and sold to the Byron Line who renamed her MOREAS After only three voyages with this company (Piraeus to New York) she was laid up in 1928 and then sold to the National Greek Line. However, she fared even less well with them, without setting sail at all!
Additional data by Bruce Biddulph
Previous update by Bruce Biddulph
Photo supplied by The Book of the Anchor Line 1931

Last updated: by Colin Campbell from the original records by Stuart Cameron

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