CIVILIAN SHIPS
Names beginning with the letter N

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

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N -named ships are listed below in alphabetical order.



  • Nahma (Steam Yacht, 1897)
  • Nahmeoka (Motor Boat, 1909). Previously named Tuscanola. Later renamed Kanised
  • Nahunta (Barge, 1866). Previously named West Point
  • Naiwa (Freighter, 1918)
  • Namouna (Steam Yacht, 1882)
  • Nansemond (Passenger-Cargo Ship, 1896). Previously named Pennsylvania
  • Nantahala (Freighter, 1918). Originally named Wautahala

  • Narada (Steam Yacht, 1889). Previously named Semiramis and Margarita
  • Narragansett (Ferry Boat, 1905)
  • Narragansett (Coastal Passenger Steamship, 1913)
  • Natalia (Motor Boat, 1909)
  • Natoma (Motor Yacht, built before World War I)
  • Natoya (Motor Boat, 1909)
  • Nautilus II (Motor Boat, 1917)
  • Navajo III (Motor Boat, 1916)

  • Nelansu (Motor Boat, in use 1917 and before). Possibly previously named U.S. Kent
  • Nellie (Small sailboat, at San Diego, California, 1905)
  • Nellie (Harbor Tug, in service at Squantum, Massachusetts, 1918)
  • Nellie Jackson (Schooner, 1896)
  • Nemes (Motor Boat, 1909)
  • Neponset (Freighter, 1918). Originally named Shawmut
  • Nerina (Freighter, 1916). Previously named Munrio, Szent Gellert, Carola, Mary Louise, Maria L. and Tropic
  • Nestor (Freighter, 1918). Previously named Lake Sunapee and Frank Lynch. Later renamed Otto, Irish Willow and Veraguas

  • Neva (Soviet Freighter, 1930 - circa 1955)
  • Nevada (American Freighter, 1915-1943). Renamed Rogday in 1917-1921.
  • Nevadan (Collier, 1915). Originally named Franklin. Later renamed Oakey L. Alexander
  • New Windsor (Freighter, 1919)
  • New York (American Passenger Liner, 1888). Named City of New York until 1893
  • Newport News, City of (Passenger-Cargo Ship, 1919). Properly called City of Newport News
  • Newton (Collier, 1911)
  • Newton, Victor J. (American Harbor Tug, active at New York City, circa 1917). Properly called Victor J. Newton

  • Niagara (Steam Yacht, 1898)
  • Niagara (Motor Boat, 1915)
  • Niagara III (Steam Yacht, 1901). Later renamed Chichota
  • Nightingale (Motor Boat)
  • Nikkosan Maru (Freighter, 1917). Later renamed Indiana and Western Front
  • Nirvana (Motor Boat, 1915). Originally named Tarpon II

  • Nokomis (Steam Yacht, 1914)
  • Nokomis II (Steam Yacht, 1914)
  • Noma (Steam Yacht, 1902)
  • Noord-Brabant (Dutch Freighter, 1916)
  • Norlina (Freighter, 1909). Previously named Harfleur and Georgiana
  • Norman O. Pedrick ("Liberty" type Tanker, 1944-1970)
  • Norse Carrier (Freighter, 1913). Previously named Frieda and Peh Shan. Later renamed Sana Maru
  • Norseman (Steam Yacht, 1890). Previously named Lady Godiva. Later renamed Mohican

  • North America (American Steamship, 1865). Originally built as Union in 1862
  • North Pole (Refrigerated Cargo Ship, 1919)
  • Northtown (Tanker, 1901). Later renamed Alabama
  • Norumbega (Ferry Steamship, in service during the World War I era)

  • Nuestra Señora del Regla (American Ferryboat, 1861). Renamed Waccamaw in 1865
  • Nymph (Motor Boat, circa 1912)
  • Nymphe (Freighter, 1910). Previously named Himalaia, Kermanshah and Oceana. Later renamed Kalliopi



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