Clayton Ship & Boat Building, Clayton NY

Most recent update: January 23, 2015.


This shipyard is a bit of a mystery.  Can anyone tell me who owned it, when it opened, when it closed?  It was located, I think, on Theresa Street, where the marina is now.  If anyone can confirm this, or if you can add to the table below, please send your info to me at timcolton@aol.com 

Hull # O.N. Original Name or # Original Owner Ship Type Tons Feet Delivery Disposition
    YC 577 U.S. Navy Open Lighter   115 1918  
    YC 578 U.S. Navy Open Lighter   115 1918  
    YC 579 U.S. Navy Open Lighter   115 1918  
  220283 SC 411 U.S. Navy Sub Chaser 135 110 May-19 Sold 1920 as Brunette, later Sentinel, Romance
    SC 412 U.S. Navy Sub Chaser 135 110 May-19 To MARAD 1946
    YT 53 U.S. Navy Yard Tug 215   1919 Sold in the 1920s
    YT 54 U.S. Navy Yard Tug 215   1919 Sold in the 1920s
    YT 55 U.S. Navy Yard Tug 215   1919 Sold in the 1920s
  256588 Spray V   Passenger 10 50 1920  
  220297 Just Brown II   Passenger 40 63 1920 Later Maxine II, Uncle Sam II
  223698 Edith   Passenger 14 60 1924  
  223734 Miss Clayton   Passenger 25 64 1924  
  223787 Any Where   Passenger 23 48 1924  
  224707 Islander II   Passenger 15 48 1925 Later Spray VI
  226377 Miss Clayton II   Passenger 15 48 1927  
  228324 Miss St. Lawrence II   Passenger 8 43 1929  
  229789 Julia III   Passenger 10 47 1930 Later Island Princess
  237410 Miss Islander II   Passenger 12 62 1938 Later Uncle Sam II