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Civilian Vessels (SS, HMS, MS)
Listed by nation. See also U.S. Navy (USN).
American Vessels (SS)
SS Absaroka (USS Absaroka, Prima Vista, Panenterprise, Maryland)  scrapped 1954
SS Corregidor (SS Engadine, HMS Engadine)  sunk December 17, 1941 by sea mine
SS Emidio  sunk December 20, 1941
SS Fort Lee  sunk November 2, 1944
SS President Coolidge  sunk October 26, 1942 accidental collision with a mine
SS President Grant (Centennial State, President Adams) grounded February 26, 1944

Liberty Ship (EC2-S-C1)
SS John W. Brown  docked Baltimore Harbor, Maryland operated by Project Liberty Ship
SS Russell H. Chittenden  ran aground March 13, 1945 and wrecked.
SS John H. Couch  damaged October 11, 1943 sunk two days later east of Koli Point on Guadalcanal.
SS George H. Himes  damaged October 11, 1943 and repaired, scrapped 1964.
SS E. A. Bryan  sunk July 17, 1944 explosion at Port Chicago in Suisun Bay.
SS Rufus King  ran aground July 7, 1942 bow section refloated and salvaged the rest of the ship abandoned
SS Jeremiah O'Brien  docked at Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco as a museum ship operated by National Liberty Ship Memorial.
SS Joseph Stanton  scrapped 1964.
SS John L. Sullivan (YAG-37)  scrapped 1958.
SS William Williams (USS Venus AK-135)  transfered to U.S. Navy November 6, 1943 scrapped 1961.

Victory Ship (VC2-S-AP2)
SS American Victory  displayed at Tampa, Florida at SS American Victory Ship Mariners Memorial Museum
SS Lane Victory  docked San Pedro operated by US Merchant Marine Veterans of WWII
SS Quinault Victory  sunk July 17, 1944 explosion at Port Chicago in Suisun Bay
SS Red Oak Victory  displayed at the Rosie the Riveter / World War II Home Front National Historical Park

Royal Mail Ship (RMS)
RMS Queen Elizabeth  used as a troop transport
RMS Queen Mary (X1)  used as a troop transportdisplayed Long Beach
RMS Rangitane  sunk November 27, 1940

Royal Colony Ship (RCS)
RCS Niminoa scuttled December 9, 1941

British Vessels /Australian Vessels (HMS/SS)
Loch Katrine  sunk circa 1937
SS Pruth (Moresby Wreck)  ran aground December 30, 1923
SS Matunga (SS Zweena)  scuttled August 26, 1917
HMS Anhui (X-6)  used by the U.S. Army during 1942-1945 as a transport in Australia and New Guinea
HMS Hanyang  used by the U.S. Army during 1942-1945 as a transport in Australia and New Guinea ultimate fate unknown
SS Wollongbar  sunk April 29, 1943 by I-180 off Crescent Head

Clipper
Muscoota (Buckingham)  sunk Discovery Bay near Waga Waga.

Motor Ship (MS) / Steam Ship (SS)
s'Jacob  sunk March 8, 1943
MS Balikpapan (1938) KPM vessel used by the Allies during the Pacific War
MS Bantam  sunk March 28, 1943 later raised and towed to Sydney scuttled September 24, 1946
MS Bantam (Pacific Pearl, Mill Star)  scrapped 1971 in China
MS Bontekoe (1922) KPM vessel used by the Allies during the Pacific War
MS Both (1931) KPM vessel used by the Allies during the Pacific War
MS Cremer (1926) KPM vessel used by the Allies during the Pacific War
MS Generaal Verspijck (1928) KPM vessel used by the Allies during the Pacific War
MS Herstein  sunk January 20, 1942
MS Janssens (1935) KPM vessel used by the Allies during the Pacific War
MS Japara (1930) KPM vessel used by the Allies during the Pacific War coded X-18
MS Karsik (1938) sunk June 17, 1967 into the Red Sea
MS Khoen Hoea (1924) chartered by KPM in 1940 used by the Allies during the Pacific War
MS Maetsuycker (AHS Maetsuycker)  scrapped 1978
MS Van den Bosch (1903) KPM vessel used by the Allies during the Pacific War
MS Van der Lijn (1928) KPM vessel used by the Allies during the Pacific War
MS Van Heemskerk  sunk April 14, 1943 into Milne Bay
MS Van Heutsz  KPM vessel used by the Allies during the Pacific War
MS Van Spilbergen (1908) KPM vessel used by the Allies during the Pacific War
MS Sea Witch  used by the U.S. Army as a transport during the Pacific War
MS Sibigo  sunk March 16, 1945 off Port Douglas during a cyclone
MS Stagen (1919) KPM vessel used by the Allies during the Pacific War
MS Swartenhondt (1924) KPM vessel used by the Allies during the Pacific War
MS Tasman (1921) KPM vessel used by the Allies during the Pacific War

Panama Vessels (SS)
SS Stanvac Manila  sunk May 24, 1943

Other Vessels
Coral Queen  sunk circa 1994 off Jais Aben Resort north of Madang
Henry Lieth  sunk off Jais Aben Resort north of Madang
Ninsa II  sunk north of Madang
Sepik Reliance sunk between Pig Island (Tab) and Massus Island north of Madang


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