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Vessels Owned by the MacFarlane Family
compiled by John M. MacFarlane 2012
One writer has called this the "Shamrock Fleet". The funnels of the MacFarlane brothers’s vessels were painted black and decorated with a white band on which was appended a green shamrock. The funnel of the Daring was left entirely black. The MacFarlane brothers were Captain Fred MacFarlane, Arthur MacFarlane (Chief Engineer), and Captain George A. MacFarlane.
Vessels Owned by the MacFarlane Brothers
- Victory – Number
- Wabash – #126247
- Wabash No. 1 – #130610
- Beatrice (on charter) – #100194
- Restless (on charter) – #117159
- J.W.P. – #150670
- Bonila (I) – #138681
- Doreen M. – #153326
- Chief Skugaid (on charter) – #133736
- Ispaco No.2 (on charter) – #156445
- M.C.M. – #134119
Vessels Owned by Francis Arthur MacFarlane
- Topaz – #122162
Vessels Owned by Douglas MacFarlane
Vessels Owned by Robert Frayne
Note to Reader: Vessel names containing Roman numerals in parentheses (e.g. Floater (II)) indicates more than one vessel in the database with the same name. The numerals in parentheses are NOT part of the vessel name but are used to distinguish one vessel from another in the database.
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