American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines - Ships

Ships

  • SS A. Mitchell Palmer (MCE-2436)(operated by Isbrandtsen Steamship Co.Inc.)
  • SS Adelphi Victory (MCV-760)(operated by Isbrandtsen Line), VC2-S-AP2
  • SS American Victory (MCV-792), VC2-S-AP2
  • SS Antioch Victory (MCV-816)(operated by Isbrandtsen Line), VC2-S-AP2
  • SS Argonaut
  • SS Atlantic, C4 type
  • SS Baylor Victory (MCV-772)(operated by Isbrandtsen Line), VC2-S-AP2
  • SS Beaver Victory (operated by Isbrandtsen Line)
  • SS Blair (assigned to Export Steamship Corp.), renamed SS Exchange (1)
  • SS Blue Triangle (assigned to Export Steamship Corp.), renamed SS Exmouth (1)
  • SS Brandon Victory (operated by Isbrandtsen Line)
  • SS Brimsen Heights, transferred in 1946, formerly known as SS American Banker of the United States Lines
  • SS Cape Nome
  • SS Cape Race
  • SS Carenco (assigned to Export Steamship Corp.)
  • SS Charles Carroll (MCE-15) (operated by American Export Lines Inc.)
  • SS Charles D. Walcott (MCE-2327) (operated by American Export Lines Inc.)
  • SS City of Athens
  • SS City of St. Joseph (assigned to Export Steamship Corp.), renamed SS Extavia (1)
  • SS Clontarf (assigned to Export Steamship Corp.), renamed SS Exermont (1)
  • SS Coeur D’Alene (assigned to Export Steamship Corp.), renamed SS Examilia
  • SS Coeur d'Alene Victory (operated by Isbrandtsen Line)
  • SS Colby Victory (operated by Isbrandtsen Line)
  • SS Constitution
  • SS Corson (assigned to Export Steamship Corp.), renamed SS Exiria (1)
  • SS Darel M. Ritter (MCE-2838) (operated by American Export Lines Inc.)
  • SS Defiance
  • Delta King (owned by Isbrandtsen Line)
  • Delta Queen (owned by Isbrandtsen Line)
  • SS East Point Victory (operated by Isbrandtsen Line)
  • SS Elmira Victory (operated by Isbrandtsen Line)
  • SS Empire Glencoe
  • SS Eugene Hale (MCE-791) (operated by American Export Lines Inc.)
  • SS Examelia
  • SS Examiner (1)
  • SS Examiner (2)
  • SS Exanthia (1)
  • SS Exanthia (2), C2-S-A1, Maritime Commission Design
  • SS Exarch
  • SS Exbrook
  • SS Excalibur (1)(photo)
  • SS Excalibur (2)
  • SS Excambion (1)
  • SS Excambion (2)
  • SS Excellency (1)
  • SS Excellency (2)
  • SS Excellency (3)
  • SS Exceller, C2-S-A1, Maritime Commission Design
  • SS Excello (1)
  • SS Excello (2)
  • SS Excelsior (1)
  • SS Excelsior (2)
  • SS Excelsior (3)
  • SS Excelsior (4)
  • SS Exchange (1), renamed SS Exliona (2)
  • SS Exchange (2)
  • SS Exchequer (1)(photo)
  • SS Exchequer (2)
  • SS Exchequer (3)
  • SS Exchester (1)
  • SS Exchester (2)
  • SS Exchester (3), renamed SS Exmoor (3)
  • SS Exchester (4)
  • SS Exchester (5)
  • SS Executive
  • SS Executor (1)
  • SS Executor (2)
  • SS Exemplar
  • SS Exermont (1), C3-E, Maritime Commission Design
  • SS Exermont (2)
  • SS Exeter (1)
  • SS Exeter (2)
  • SS Exford (1)
  • SS Exford (2)
  • SS Exhibitor (1)
  • SS Exhibitor (2)
  • SS Exilona (1)
  • SS Exilona (2)
  • SS Exilona (3)
  • SS Exiria (1), renamed SS Exchester (3)
  • SS Exiria (2), C2-S-A1, Maritime Commission Design
  • SS Exminster (1)
  • SS Exminster (2)
  • SS Exmoor (1)
  • SS Exmoor (2)
  • SS Exmoor (3)
  • SS Exmouth (1)
  • SS Exmouth (2)
  • SS Exochorda (1)
  • SS Exochorda (2)
  • SS Expeditor
  • SS Explorer
  • SS Export Adventurer
  • SS Export Agent
  • SS Export Aide
  • SS Export Ambassador
  • SS Export Banner
  • SS Export Bay
  • SS Export Builder
  • SS Export Buyer
  • SS Export Challenger
  • SS Export Champion
  • SS Export Commerce
  • SS Export Courier
  • SS Export Defender
  • SS Export Democracy
  • SS Export Diplomat
  • SS Export Freedom
  • SS Export Leader (MA-257), now the US Navy's SS Gopher State (T-ACS-4)
  • SS Export Patriot, Operated by Farrell Lines until 1998, scrapped in Alang India.
  • SS Exporter (1)
  • SS Exporter (2), C3-E, Maritime Commission Design
  • SS Expositor
  • SS Express (1)
  • SS Express (2)
  • SS Express (3)
  • SS Extavia (1), renamed as SS Exmoor (2)
  • SS Extavia (2), C2-S-A1, Maritime Commission Design
  • SS Exton (1)
  • SS Exton (2)
  • SS Exton (3)
  • SS Faraby
  • SS Flying Arrow
  • SS Flying Clipper
  • SS Flying Cloud
  • SS Flying Eagle
  • SS Flying Endeavor
  • SS Flying Enterprise (1)
  • SS Flying Enterprise (2)
  • SS Flying Fish, a modified C-2 type cargo ship
  • SS "Flying Gull"
  • SS Flying Foam
  • SS Flying Independent
  • SS Flying Spray
  • SS Flying Trader
  • SS Great Republic
  • SS Hannis Taylor (MCE-1978) (operated by Isbrandtsen Steamship Co.Inc.)
  • SS Hog Island
  • SS Hoke Smith (MCE-1061) (operated by American Export Lines Inc.)
  • SS Horace Binney (MCE-62) (operated by American Export Lines Inc.)
  • SS Independence
  • SS John Chandler (MCE-215) (operated by American Export Lines Inc.)
  • SS Sir John Franklin
  • SS John L. Motley (MCE-986) (operated by American Export Lines Inc.)
  • SS John N. Robins (MCE-819) (operated by American Export Lines Inc.)
  • SS Judge Bland
  • SS Kingston Victory (operated by Isbrandtsen Line)
  • SS La Guardia
  • SS Lahaina Victory (operated by Isbrandtsen Line)
  • SS Lake Festina
  • SS Lake Fiscus
  • SS Lake Frumet
  • SS Lake Grampus
  • SS Liberty Land
  • SS Lightning, now the US Navy's SS Flickertail State (T-ACS-5)
  • SS Luxpalile
  • SS Marine Angel
  • SS Marine Carp
  • SS Marine Flasher
  • SS Marine Jumper
  • SS Marine Perch
  • SS Marine Shark
  • SS Martin Berhman
  • SS Meredith Victory
  • SS Meridian Victory
  • SS Michael J. Owens (MCE-2958) (operated by American Export Lines Inc.)
  • SS Millinocket, torpedoed June 18, 1942
  • SS Minot Victory (operated by Isbrandtsen Line)
  • SS New Orleans
  • SS Niantic Victory (MCV-100) (operated by Isbrandtsen Line)
  • SS Nobles
  • SS Notre Dame Victory (operated by Isbrandtsen Line)
  • SS Pass Christian Victory (operated by Isbrandtsen Line)
  • SS Remsen Heights
  • SS Red Jacket
  • SS Resolute
  • SS Robert F. Hoke (MCE-1968) (operated by American Export Lines Inc.)
  • SS Samuel Gorton (MCE-1459) (operated by American Export Lines Inc.)
  • SS Sangamon
  • SS Saucon
  • SS Saugus
  • NS Savannah
  • SS Sawokla
  • SS Sea Falcon
  • SS Sea Witch (photo)
  • SS Seton Hall Victory (operated by Isbrandtsen Line)
  • SS Siboney
  • SS Sinsinawa
  • CV Staghound, now the US Navy's SS Cornhusker State (T-ACS-6)
  • SS Unicoi
  • SS Vulcania
  • SS Ward
  • SS Will R. Wood (MCE-1956) (operated by American Export Lines Inc.)
  • SS William P. Fessenden (MCE-768) (operated by American Export Lines Inc.)
  • SS Winona
  • SS Young America
  • SS Zebulon B. Vance (MCE-145) (operated by American Export Lines Inc.)

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