Lady Pam

Other Names
ex: Santa Maria (I)
ex: Chilco (III)
Vessel Type
Passenger vessel » coastal
Converted From
Recreational vessel » Yacht
Ship Dates
Date built: 1883
End date: 1946
Vessel Description

In 1883 she was owned as a clipper bow steam yacht by John A. Rolls. She was sold to Lord Hartswell. In 1914 she was sold to the All-Red Line and sailed to the Pacific coast. In 1917 she was sold to Union Steamships Co. In 1935 she was owned by Canadian Transport Co. Ltd. In 1946 she was withdrawn from service and sunk as breakwater at Oyster Bay near Comox, BC.

Source: Nauticapedia: Lady Pam

Related Archival Items
graphic materials: Union SS Co of BC SS Chilco (5574)
graphic materials: Union SS Co. of BC SS Chilco (5572)
graphic materials: Union S.S. Co. of B.C. S.S. Chilco (5575)
graphic materials: S.S. "Chilco" (5576)
graphic materials: Union SS Co of BC. S.S. Chilco (5577)
graphic materials: Union SS Co of BC SS Chilco (5579)
textual records: Lightkeeper's logbook for Merry Island (VMM44.092)
textual records: Shipping manifest for SS Lady Pam (SF2005.001.0638)
textual records: Shipping manifest for SS Lady Pam (SF2005.001.0639)
textual records: Register of Seamen Shipped, vol. 33 (VMM05.33)