International Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering, Upper Nyack NY

Most recent update: January 25, 2015.


The grandly named International Shipbuilding was one of a bunch of small shipbuilders which flourished in Nyack in the late 19th/early 20th century.  It was organized for WWI in 1917 and dropped out of the market in the mid-1920s.  Who owned it?  If anyone can add to the table below, please e-mail timcolton@aol.com 

Hull # O.N. Original Name Original Owner Type Tons Ft. Delivery Disposition
    SC 179 U. S. Navy Sub Chaser 85 110 24-Dec-17 To Italy 1920
    SC 180 U. S. Navy Sub Chaser 85 110 6-Apr-18 Destroyed in accident 1920
    SC 181 U. S. Navy Sub Chaser 85 110 27-Apr-18 Sold 1921
    SC 182 U. S. Navy Sub Chaser 85 110 6-May-18 Sold 1921
    SC 183 U. S. Navy Sub Chaser 85 110 27-Apr-18 To USCG 1921 as Tingard, struck 1937
    SC 184 U. S. Navy Sub Chaser 85 110 27-Apr-18 In collision and sank 1919
    SC 185 U. S. Navy Sub Chaser 85 110 27-Apr-18 Lost 1940
  228734 SC 186 U. S. Navy Sub Chaser 85 110 27-Apr-18 Sold 1926 as Elmar III
    SC 187 U. S. Navy Sub Chaser 85 110 6-May-18 In collision and sank 1918
    SC 188 U. S. Navy Sub Chaser 85 110 13-May-18 Scrapped 1924
  219671 Propeller (#2449) U. S. S. B. Harbor Tug 181 94 1919  
  219672 Porter (#2450) U. S. S. B. Harbor Tug 181 94 1919  
  219673 Hauler (#2451) U. S. S. B. Harbor Tug 181 94 1919  
  219674 Driver (#2452) U. S. S. B. Harbor Tug 181 94 1919 Later Summit
  219670 Messenger (#2453) U. S. S. B. Harbor Tug 181 94 1919  
  225040 O'Boyle   Tug 108 82 1924 Later Reliance