On the Rocks: Shipwrecks of Nova Scotia - Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, Halifax, Nova Scotia

Marine Heritage Database

Aspy - 1924

Ship Type

Typical Profile

Tonnage

99

Length(ft)

Breadth(ft)

Depth(ft)

Masts

Decks

Hull

Shipwreck Details

Description

A coastal steamer carrying passengers and freight to Northern Cape Breton from Sydney up to Aspy Bay and all the ports in between. Very typical Nova Scotia coastal steamer, similar to DUFFERIN and SCOTIA in design.

Vessel Type

Steam, Coastal steamer

Type of Event

Loss

Nature of Event

Stranded

Cause of Event

Unknown

Date of Wreck

1924-08-26

Location

Cape Egmont

Cargo

Lives Lost

Voyage from

Voyage to

Remarks

Ship Construction

Built at

Date

Official Number

122588

Registered at

Yarmouth, Nova Scotia , Canada

Date

Propulsion

Rig

Details

Built in 1910 at Shelburne

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