The British tanker Coylet with (10 Feb 1922)

The British tanker Coylet, with her cargo of gasoline in flames, was last seen drifting in the Gulf Stream southwest of Sand Key. The crew was rescued. (10 Feb 1922) Newspapers: Daily Miami Metropolis, The Miami Metropolis (daily), The Daily Metropolis or Miami Daily Metropolis Page: 1, Section: N/A

A 1920 photo of a (6 Jul 1938)

A 1920 photo of a burning oil tanker [Coylet, 1922] 20 miles off Miami Beach is introduced as evidence against building bulk petroleum storage tanks north of Government Cut. (6 Jul 1938) Newspapers: Miami Morning News or The Miami Herald Page: 1, Section: A

With her cargo still blazing (15 Feb 1922)

With her cargo still blazing, the tanker Coylet is sunk by the USCG cutter Tallapoosa 110 miles southwest of St. Augustine in 400 fathoms of water. (15 Feb 1922) Newspapers: Daily Miami Metropolis, The Miami Metropolis (daily), The Daily Metropolis or Miami Daily Metropolis Page: 1, Section: N/A

Ships

Click on the name of a ship to perform a search for that term. Disregard the Ships search result, as that contains the names of all ships. “dredge number 2” derrick barge 9 dredge number 10 sub chaser 95 (renamed to Service) sub chaser 154 sub chaser 205 cutter 214 cutter 247 cruiser 284 cutter … Continue reading Ships