CIVILIAN SHIPS
Names beginning with the letter T

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

If the ship you want is not listed on this page, contact the Photographic Section concerning other research options.

CIVILIAN SHIPS, main page

T -named ships are listed below in alphabetical order.



  • T.L. Smallwood (or J.L. Smallwood) (Steamship, 1865-1867). Originally the blockade runner Banshee (1862). Later renamed Irene
  • Tabakhandel (Freighter, 1917). Previously named War Fox, Lake Forest and Venetier. Later renamed Este, Chollin, Rafael Aritzia, San Patricio, Mary V. and Kadio S.
  • Tacony (Motor Boat, 1911). Originally named Sybilla II
  • Takana (Harbor Tug, 1915)
  • Talofa (Steam Yacht, 1910)

  • Taniwha (Motor Yacht, 1909)
  • Tarantula (Motor Yacht, 1912)
  • Tarpon II (Motor Boat, 1915). Later renamed Nirvana
  • Tasco (Salvage Tug, 1907)
  • Tashkent (Soviet Freighter, 1914). Named Iowan until 1942
  • Toteco (Tanker, 1916). Originally named Los Angeles
  • Taussig, Felix (Freighter, 1917). Properly called Felix Taussig
  • Tavernilla (Tug, 1915)

  • Teaser (Motor Boat, 1916)
  • Teazer (Steamship, 1864). Originally named Bat. Later renamed Miramichi
  • Tech III (Motor Boat, 1916)
  • Tekla (Motor Boat, 1909). Later renamed Vencedor
  • Tenadores (Passenger-Cargo Steamer, 1913).
  • Tennessee (Steamship, 1853-1865). Renamed Republic in 1865
  • Tennessee (Steamship, 1869-1870)
  • Ternate (Dutch Freighter, 1907)
  • Terrier (Motor Boat, circa 1917)
  • Texan (Freighter, 1902)

  • The Barnett (Steam Tug, 1911)
  • Theodore Roosevelt (Great Lakes Passenger Steamship, 1906)
  • Thetis (Steam Yacht, 1901)
  • Thielbek (German 4-masted Bark, in service circa 1917)
  • Thistle (Blockade Running Steamship, 1863). Later renamed Dumbarton and City of Quebec
  • Thomas L. Wragg (Confederate Blockade Runner, 1862). Formerly CSS Nashville
  • Thompson, Robert M. (Freighter, 1912). Properly called Robert M. Thompson

  • Ticonderoga (Freighter, 1914). Originally named Kamilla Rickmers
  • Tide (Fishing Trawler, 1916)
  • Tidewater (Collier, 1917). Later renamed Isaac T. Mann
  • Tiger (Freighter, 1917)
  • Tillamook (Motor Boat, 1911)
  • Tinicum (Harbor Freighter, 1905)
  • Tip Top (Motor Boat, 1907). Later renamed Sayona II
  • Tivives (Passenger and Refrigerated Cargo Ship, 1911)
  • Tjisondari (Dutch Freighter, 1915)

  • "Toey-Wan" (Side-wheel Steamer, chartered by U.S. Navy in China, 1859)
  • Tofuku Maru (Freighter, 1918). Later renamed Eastern Queen
  • Tonis (Motor Boat, 1910). Later renamed Sea Gull
  • Topsy (Motor Boat, 1910). Previously named Mona; later renamed Shrewsbury
  • Torrey (Norwegian Bark, 1894). Previously named Pass of Killiecrankie and Dyveke. Later renamed Stifinder
  • Totten (Steamship, 1853). Later renamed Chesapeake
  • Traveler (Motor Boat, 1914)
  • Tringa (Motor Boat, 1910). Later renamed Eleanor
  • Tropic (Freighter, 1916). Previously named Munrio, Szent Gellert, Carola, Mary Louise and Maria L.. Later renamed Nerina

  • Tübingen (German Freighter, 1900). Originally named Wartburg. Later renamed Seneca
  • Tuna (Motor Boat, 1911)
  • Turbese (Steam Yacht, built 1882 & enlarged 1902). Previously named Sophia, Empress and Onondaga. Later renamed Reposo II
  • Tuscanola (Motor Boat, 1909). Later renamed Nahmeoka and Kanised
  • Tyche (Motor Boat, 1906). Later renamed Shur



For higher resolution images see: Obtaining Photographic Reproductions

To the best of our knowledge, the pictures referenced here are all in the Public Domain, and can therefore be freely downloaded and used for any purpose.





About Us | Privacy Policy | Webmaster | FOIA request | Navy.mil | This is a US Navy website