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The M/S Mount Washington
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Length - 230 feet
Beam - 35 feet
Draft - 9 feet
Weight - 750 tons
Power - twin diesel engines totaling 1230 HP
Cruising Speed - 14.5 knots

The M/S Mount Washington was launched at Lakeport in August of 1940. Built by Boston General Ship & Engine Works, this vessel was constructed from the iron hull of another ship, the S.S. Chateaugay, which was purchased from the Shelburne Shipyard located on the Vermont side of Lake Champlain. It was a phenomenal feat; cutting the Chateaugay hull into twenty sections, transporting it from Vermont to New Hampshire, reconstructing the pieces and adding a super structure to create the new Mount. Most amazing is the fact this was all done in about six months time. Since the launching in 1940, the Mount Washington has undergone many physical changes including the addition of twin diesel engines in 1946 and the addition of 25 feet to her length in 1982.

The Mount in Drydock

The Mount Hits a Boathouse in 1980

The M/S Mount Washington Web Site

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