Patrice McAllister (ship, 1919)

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The Patrice McAllister was a United States flagged tugboat launched in 1919.[1] She sank in 1976 while being towed to a shipyard in Jersey City, New Jersey to have her engine replaced. The vessel was 96 ft long. The wreck is currently visited by recreational divers.[2]

McAllister Brothers would later commission a 105 ft vessel of the same name.[3]


  1. "The Patrice McAllister Shipwreck". Aqua explorers.  mirror
  2. "Atlantic divers". New Jersey wreck divers. Retrieved 2012-04-09. 
  3. "U.S. tugboat sailor dies in Toronto hospital". Toronto Star. 2012-03-28. Retrieved 2012-04-04. "Six people were aboard the U.S.-flagged Patrice McAllister when it caught fire while travelling from Toledo, Ohio, to a port in New York state early Tuesday."  mirror