CIVILIAN SHIPS
Names beginning with the letter E

This page lists all E -named Civilian Ships whose pictures are available through the Online Library.

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E -named ships are listed below in alphabetical order.



  • E.L. Doheny, Third (Tanker, 1918). Later renamed F.H. Wickett and E.G. Seubert
  • E.G. Seubert (Tanker, 1918). Previously named E.L. Doheny, Third and F.H. Wickett
  • E.T. Williams (Harbor Tug, 1898)

  • Eagle (Steamship, 1861)
  • Eagle (Motor Boat, 1909)
  • Eagle (Freighter, 1917). Later renamed Peerless
  • Eaglet (Motor Boat, 1911)
  • East Hampton (Trawler, 1913)
  • Eastern Chief (Freighter, 1917). Originally named Yoshida Maru # 3
  • Eastern Queen (Freighter, 1918). Originally named Tofuku Maru
  • Easterner (Freighter, 1918). Originally named Seifuku Maru # 20

  • Eclipse (Auxiliary Schooner, 1906)
  • Economy (Barge, 1909)
  • Edamena II (Motor Boat, 1916)
  • Edenton (Freighter, 1918)
  • Edgar F. Coney (Tug, 1904)
  • Edgar F. Luckenbach (Tug, 1891). Later named Luckenbach Number 2
  • Edgar F. Luckenbach (Freighter, 1916)
  • Edgecombe (Freighter, 1918)

  • Edith (Freighter, 1915)
  • Edith II (Motor Boat, 1917)
  • Edith B. (Powered Lighter, 1913). Later renamed Catherine Johnson
  • Edith M. III (Motor Boat, 1909)
  • Edithena (Motor Boat, 1914)
  • Edithia (Motor Boat, 1909). Also named Alfredine IV

  • Edorea (Motor Yacht, 1909). Originally named Monaloa
  • Edward Luckenbach (Freighter, 1916)
  • Edward S. Atwood (American Harbor Tug, in service 1918)
  • Edwin Christenson (American Freighter, 1918). Previously named West Wind
  • Edwin L. Pilsbury (Harbor Tug, 1906)

  • Efco (Motor Boat, 1912)
  • Egon (German 4-masted Bark, in service circa 1917)
  • Eitel Friedrich, Prinz (German Passenger-Cargo Ship, 1901). Properly called Prinz Eitel Friedrich
  • Eitel Friedrich, Prinz (German Passenger Steamer, 1904). Properly called Prinz Eitel Friedrich

  • El Dia (Passenger-Cargo Ship, 1901)
  • El Capitan (Freighter, 1917)
  • El Occidente (Freighter, 1910)
  • El Oriente (Freighter, 1910)
  • El Salvador (Passenger Ship, 1918). Previously named Santa Luisa. Later renamed Santa Ana and Mount McKinley
  • El Sol (Freighter, 1910)

  • Elco # 7 (Motor Boat, 1917)
  • Elco 10 (Motor Boat, 1917)
  • Eleanor (Yacht, 1894). Later named Wacouta
  • Eleanor (Motor Boat, 1910). Previously named Tringa
  • Elf (Motor Boat, 1917)

  • Elinor (Freighter, 1918). Formerly named General de Castlenau
  • Elithro II (Motor Boat, 1916)
  • Elizabeth (Motor Boat, in service 1917)
  • Elizabeth (Motor Boat, 1916)
  • Elizabeth (Refrigerated Cargo Ship, 1918). Previously named Stian, Muscatine and Floridian

  • Ella and Annie (Blockade Running Steamship, 1860). Originally, and later, named William G. Hewes
  • Ellen (Motor Boat, 1911)
  • Ellen (Motor Boat, 1917)
  • Elliott (Harbor Tug, 1875). Formerly named Wauwatosa
  • Elmasada (Motor Boat, 1909)
  • Elmshorn (German Freighter 1910). Later renamed Casco
  • Elsie III (Motor Boat, 1912)

  • Embry, Annie B. (Barge, 1905). Properly called Annie B. Embry
  • Emeline (Steam Yacht, 1898). Previously named Katoomba and Rivera. Later named Katharine R.
  • Emmigrant (Motor Boat, 1918)
  • Empire Kangaroo (British Freighter, 1918). Originally named Mercer. Later renamed Parthenia, Erminia Mazzella and Pina Onorato
  • Empire Porpoise (British Freighter, 1918). Previously named War Rock and Invincible. Later renamed Chrysanthemum, Chryss and Athlit
  • Empire Raven (British Freighter, 1918). Originally named Oskawa. Later renamed Southern Raven
  • Empress (Steam Yacht, built 1882). Previously named Sophia. Later renamed Onondaga, Turbese and Reposo II
  • Enchantress (Schooner, captured July 1861)

  • Eolus (Coastal Steamship, 1864)
  • Erickson, Alexander H. (Harbor Tug, 1917). Properly called Alexander H. Erickson
  • Erminia Mazzella (Italian Freighter, 1918). Previously named Mercer, Empire Kangaroo and Parthenia. Later renamed Pina Onorato
  • Erodiade (Austrian Freighter, 1912). Later renamed Keresan
  • Eschersheim (Dutch Freighter, 1913). Previously named Westerdijk
  • Este (Freighter, 1917). Previously named War Fox, Lake Forest, Venetier and Tabakhandel. Later renamed Chollin, Rafael Aritzia, San Patricio, Mary V. and Kadio S.

  • Eten (German Passenger Steamer, 1907)
  • Ethel & Lillian (American Barge, in service circa 1917-1919)
  • Ethel M. Ward (Motor Boat, 1910). Later renamed Rickwood
  • Etolin (Passenger Steamer, 1913). Originally named Matsonia

  • Eugenia (Steam Yacht, 1899). Also named Marjorie and Margaret
  • Euphrates (Whaling Ship, destroyed 22 June 1865 by CSS Shendandoah)
  • Eurana (Freighter, 1916). Later renamed Alamar
  • Eureka (American Tug, in service, 1919)
  • Eutaw (Steamship, 1865-1869). Originally S.S. Dawn (built 1856-57)
  • Evelyn (Freighter, 1912)
  • Express # 4 (Motor Boat, 1917)



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