SS NOBSKA Bringing her home
General Information - Specifications
SS NOBSKA was built by the Bath Iron Works at Bath, Maine
in 1925, for the New England Steamship Company and named for
the point of land on the southeastern tip of Woods Hole.
She was designed with seaworthiness in mind to withstand severe
weather conditions and was powered by an engine that represents
marine reciprocating steam power at its zenith.
In style, accoutrements, and performance, she is a classic
and the only remaining example of a pure 19th and early 20th
century American coastal steamer.
Her vital statistics are:
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