CIVILIAN SHIPS
Names beginning with the letter H

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

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H -named ships are listed below in alphabetical order.



  • H.F. Alexander (Passenger Ship, 1915). Originally named Great Northern
  • H.M.C. Smith (Harbor Tug, 1891). Later renamed Jack Scully

  • Haarfagre (Norwegian Freighter, 1918). Previously named War Compass, Aurora, Carabinier, Yzerhandel and Belgica. Later renamed Helmi L., and Karl-Erik
  • Habana (Steamship, launched 1857). Also called Havana
  • Halawa (Steam Yacht, 1907). Later renamed Actus
  • Hamburg (German Passenger Liner, 1899). Later renamed Red Cross, Hudson and President Fillmore
  • Hamilton (Coastal Passenger Steamship, 1899)
  • Hanover (River Passenger Steamer, 1914). Later renamed Mandeville
  • Hampton (British Freighter, 1900). Originally named Heathcraig. Later renamed Haugarland, Winnebago, Fie Jensen and Ontario

  • Hardcastle, Walter (Oil Tanker, 1912). Properly called Walter Hardcastle
  • Harfleur (British Freighter, 1909). Later renamed Georgiana and Norlina
  • Harley (Freighter, 1906). Later renamed Southerner and Carolinian
  • Harpers Ferry (Barge, in service 1918)
  • Harriet N. Eldridge (Fishing Dragger, 1940)
  • Harry Luckenbach (Freighter, 1919). Originally named Sol Navis
  • Harvard (Coastal Passenger Steamer, 1907-1931)
  • Harvest Moon (Steamship, 1862)

  • Hatteras (Cargo Ship, 1917)
  • Haugarland (Norwegian Freighter, 1900). Previously named Heathcraig and Hampton. Later renamed Winnebago, Fie Jensen and Ontario
  • Hauoli (Steam Yacht, 1902). Later named Seminole and Kajeruna
  • Hauoli (Steam Yacht, built 1903). Later named California
  • Havana (Passenger Ship, 1906)
  • Hawaiian (Freighter, 1919-1958). Originally named Santa Malta. Later renamed Fortune

  • Heather (Motor Boat, 1902). Later renamed Sea Gull
  • Heathcraig (British Freighter, 1900). Later renamed Hampton, Haugarland, Winnebago, Fie Jensen and Ontario
  • Heathside (British Freighter, 1906)
  • Helenita (Steam Yacht, built 1902)
  • Helmi L. (Finnish Freighter, 1918). Previously named War Compass, Aurora, Carabinier, Yzerhandel, Belgica and Haarfagre. Later renamed Karl-Erik
  • Helori (Motor boat, 1911)
  • Helvetia (Schooner, built 1905)
  • Helwig Vinnen (German 4-masted Bark, in service circa 1917)

  • Hendrick Hudson (River Passenger Steamship, in service prior to World War I)
  • Henrietta (Schooner Yacht, 1861)
  • Henrietta Long (Barge, in service at New York City, 1918)
  • Henry, George G. (Tanker, 1917). Properly called George G. Henry
  • Henry P. Williams ( Pilot Boat, ex-Steam Yacht, 1896). Originally named Illawarra
  • Henry R. Mallory (Passenger Steamer, 1916)

  • Herbert L. Pratt (Tanker, 1918-1946)
  • Hercules (Dutch Freighter, 1913)
  • Hercules (Barge, 1935). Originally freighter Hilton (1911)
  • Herman Frasch (Bulk Carrier, 1910)
  • Hermes (Swedish Freighter, in service circa 1917-1918)
  • Herreshoff Hull # 316 (Motor Boat, 1917). Later named Kangaroo
  • Herreshoff Hull # 317 (Motor Boat, 1917). Later named Daiquiri
  • Herreshoff # 320 (Motor Boat, 1917). Later named War Bug

  • Hiawatha (Tug, 1903)
  • Hickman (Freighter, 1918)
  • Hilton (Freighter, 1911). Later converted to barge and renamed Hercules
  • Hilton (Refrigerated Cargo Ship, 1918). Previously named Passaic, Ice King and Georgian
  • Himalaia (Austro-Hungarian Freighter, 1910). Later renamed Kermanshah, Oceana, Nymphe and Kalliopi
  • Hippocampus (Motor Boat, 1913)
  • H.M.C. Smith (Harbor Tug, 1891). Later named Jack Scully

  • Hobcaw (Motor Boat, 1907)
  • Honolulu (Cargo Ship, 1905). Formerly named Setos and Itasca
  • Honolulu, City of (German and American Passenger Liner, 1900). Properly called City of Honolulu
  • Hope (American Hospital Ship, 1945). Originally USS Consolation (AH-15)
  • Hopestill (Motor Boat, 1916)
  • Hopkins (Fishing Boat, 1917-1918)
  • Hoqua (Motor Yacht, 1914)

  • Houthandel (Freighter, 1917). Previously named War Penguin, Lakeport and Danubier. Later renamed Koshin Maru
  • Howard C. Moore (Harbor Tug, 1913)
  • Howard Greene (Tug, 1917)
  • Howick Hall (Cargo Ship, 1910)
  • Howmornel (Motor Boat, 1909). Later renamed Kahkin IV and Polly.
  • Hoxbar (Tanker, 1919)

  • Hudson (Passenger Liner, 1899). Previously named Hamburg and Red Cross. Later renamed President Fillmore
  • Humphreys, Raymond (Fishing Vessel, in service circa 1940-1941). Properly called Raymond Humphreys
  • Huntsville (Steamship, 1857-1877)
  • Hurst (Motor Boat, 1918)
  • Hyac (Motor Boat, 1915)
  • Hydraulic (Steam Yacht, 1900



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