S. S. Cuyamaca
The S. S. Cuyamaca was an oil tanker built in 1920 by the Pacific Marine Construction Company in San Diego, CA. She is the sister ship of the San Pasqual.
For several years she was used by the France and Canada Oil Transport Company of New York to transport oil between Tampico, Baton Rouge and New Orleans. Finally in February 1924 she was converted into an oil barge in New Orleans. She is listed as being "scrapped" in March, 1926.
She was last known used as floating oil barge in New Orleans, LA. She may have been sunk as a breakwater. If you know anything about the fate of this ship, please let me know.
None available. You can look at photos of the San Pasqual to see what the Cuyamaca would have looked like.
Registration #: ON 22022
Load Waterline Draft: 26'6"
Deadweight: 7,500 tons
Gross tonnage: 6,486
Net tonnage: 4,082
Engine: T 3-cyl., 359 nhp. Llewellyn Iron Works, Los Angeles, California.