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The Fleets

East Asiatic Company

Founded in 1897 in Copenhagen by Hans Niels Andersen, initially to operate services between Copenhagen, Bangkok and the Far East. The subsidiary Russian East Asiatic Steamship Co., St. Petersburg was formed in 1899 and ran services between the Baltic or Black Sea and the Far East. Other subsidiary companies were - Est Asiatique Francais, Paris (1902) and Siam Steam Navigation Co.1908-1941, when it was taken over by the Thai Government and renamed Thai Navigation Co. The Swedish East Asiatic Co. was later formed to operate in the South Africa trade. In 1906 the Russian American Line, a subsidiary company commenced sailings to North America and continued until 1917. This service continued under the Danish flag between 1921 - 1930 as the Baltic American Line which was also owned by the East Asiatic Co. Tramp shipping was operated from 1915 by another subsidiary company D/S A/S Orient, Copenhagen. In 1919 the company formed the United Baltic Corporation in partnership with Andrew Weir & Co. Another acquisition in 1949 was Johnson Walton Steamships Ltd, Vancouver who operated Vancouver - Far East services. In the early 1920s, East Asiatic Co. extended services from Copenhagen to South Africa, Cuba, Australia, Mexico and North Pacific ports. Ships operating the North Pacific route commenced calls at New York in 1940 and later called at Philadelphia, Baltimore or Norfolk, Va. Passenger sailings gradually diminished with the advent of air travel and were discontinued in 1969.

Subsidiary company abbreviations:
EAC    - East Asiatic Co., Copenhagen.
REAC - Russian East Asiatic Co., St. Petersburg (head office).
SSNC  - Siam Steam Navigation Co., Bangkok.
EAF     - Est Asiatique Francais, Paris
SEAC  - Swedish East Asiatic Co., Gothenburg
DAO    - D/S A/S Orient, Copenhagen
All ships owned by parent East Asiatic Co, Copenhagen except where shown by abbreviations.

Many thanks to Ted Finch for his assistance in collecting this data. The following list was extracted from various sources. This is not an all inclusive list but should only be used as a guide. If you would like to know more about a vessel, visit the Ship Descriptions (onsite) or Immigrant Ship web site.

Funnel:
1897-1966 Yellow
1966-1997 Yellow with blue letters E A C

Fleet:

1897-1966 1966-1997
Vessel Built Years in Service Tons
Afrika 1920 1943 torpedoed and sunk in Atlantic. 6,763
Alameda 1967 1980 sold to Greece renamed Tinos. 7,569
Alsia 1929 1939 lost after fire off Ceylon. 5,812
Amerika 1930 1943 torpedoed and sunk in Atlantic. 10,110
Anamba 1902 1909 sold to R. S. F. McBain, Shanghai. 1,835
Ancona 1966 1977 sold to C. Clausen, Copenhagen renamed Dorrit Clausen. 10,769
Andorra 1964 1979 sold to Indonesia renamed Trikora Lloyd. 10,465
Anholt 1914 ex- Innisvera, 1914 purchased from Coasting Motor Shipping Co, Glasgow renamed Anholt, 1916 sold. 255
Annam (1) 1899 1902 transferred to EAF, 1904 sold to Messageries Maritimes. 6,075
Annam (2) 1913 1955 sold to Polish Ocean Lines renamed Romauld Traugutt. 5,296
Annam (3) 1958 1965 sold to South Africa renamed Taffelburg. 12,499
Arabien 1911 1916 transferred to DAO, 1927 sold to Germany renamed Germar. 4,714
Aranya 1966 1977 sold to Garware Shipping Corp., India renamed Rishi Atri. 11,307
Arosia 1967 1979 sold to India renamed Rishi Agasti. 11,006
Asdang 1906 1909 transferred to SSNC. 1936 wrecked. 640
Asia (1) 1919 1958 scrapped Japan. 7,050
Asia (2) 1959 1960 sold to Turkey renamed Garzan. 12,500
Asmara 1961 1978 sold to Panama renamed Man Fung. 10,094
Atlanta 1891 ex- Avoca, 1907 purchased from British India S.N. Co renamed Atlanta, 1908 sold to Robertson, Shankland & Co, London renamed Avoca. 5,324
Atrevida 1968 1979 sold to Greece - same name. 12,936
Australien 1915 1940 seized by French Government renamed Saint Adolphe, 1941 under German control renamed Cuma, 1942 sunk at Palermo by Allied air attack. 5,259
Ayuthia 1960 1978 sold to Greece, 1981 renamed Torm Jessie. 10,803
Bandon 1909 1916 sold to Norwegian Government renamed Folkvard. 3,408
Bangkok 1919 Four masted schooner, 1919 sold. 535
Banka 1919 EAC, 1926 transferred to United Baltic Corp, London renamed Baltrader. 1,683
Basra 1959 1977 sold to Indonesia renamed Asahan. 8,802
Beira 1958 1978 sold to Nigeria renamed Ifewara. 8,818
Bhanurangsi 1927 SSNC, 1940 Thai Nav. Co., 1971 Thai Maritime Nav. Co. 1980 Thepviva Shipping Co, Bangkok. 686
Bintang (1) 1901 1904 reported sold to Shanghai buyers, 1905 sold to Russian Government renamed Litsun. 1,404
Bintang (2) 1907 1915 sold to Norway. 2,859
Bintang (3) 1922 1942 bombed and sunk in Atlantic. 2,779
Bintang (4) 1943 ex- Navitas, 1947 purchased from Navitas, Copenhagen renamed Bintang, 1969 scrapped Denmark. 2,315
Birma 1894 ex- Arundel Castle, 1905 purchased from Union-Castle Mail SS Co renamed Birma, 1909 transferred to REAC, renamed Mitau, 1918 reverted to EAC renamed Birma, 1921 sold to Polish Nav. Co., Danzig renamed Jozef Pilsudski. 4,588
Bogota 1956 1977 sold to Nigeria renamed Falcon Glory. 8,797
Bolivia 1921 DAO, 1935 sold to Rederi A/S Henneseid, Norway renamed Bjonn. 5,494
Boma 1957 1978 sold to Panama renamed Ngan Chau. 8,744
Boribana 1961 1977 sold to Indonesia renamed Pomalaa. 8,807
Boribat 1902 1909 transferred to SSNC. 1937 scrapped. 563
Boringia 1930 1942 torpedoed and sunk off Cape Town. 5,821
Busuanga 1957 1976 sold to Indonesia renamed Lumoso. 8,681
Cambodge 1902 EAF, 1914 sold to Oaki Goshi Kaisha, Dairen, Japan renamed Borneo Maru. 3,960
Cambodia 1895 ex- Eidsvold, 1906 purchased from C. Michelsen & Co, Bergen renamed Cambodia, 1910 wrecked near Fevig. 3,535
Canada 1935 1939 mined and sunk off River Humber. 11,108
Cathay 1898 1900 transferred to REAC renamed Kitai, 1904 reverted to EAC as Cathay, 1915 lost, presumed mined. 4,075
Chakrabhongs 1902 1910 transferred to SSNC. 1911 lost. 482
Chile 1915 1942 torpedoed and sunk in Atlantic. 5,570
Christiansted 1904 1905 transferred from Vestindiske Kompagni, Copenhagen, 1910 transferred to SSNC renamed Chutatutch. 1932 sold to China renamed Stanley. 322
Chumpon 1909 1916 sold to Norwegian Government renamed Forafric. 3,408
Chutatutch   see Christiansted  
Columbia 1915 1918 torpedoed and sunk in Mediterranean. 5,570
Czar 1912 Russian East Asiatic Co, Libau, 1918 taken over by the Shipping Controller, London, 1920 to East Asiatic Line, Copenhagen renamed Estonia, 1930 sold to Gdynia-America Line renamed Pulaski. 6,516
Czaritza 1915 1915 REAC, 1920 transferred to EAC renamed Lituania, 1930 sold to Gdynia America Line renamed Kosciuszco. 6,598
Dago 1912 Russian East Asiatic Co, Libau, 1914 taken over by Russian Navy, 1915 torpedoed and sunk. 997
Dana 1919 auxiliary 4-masted schooner, EAC, 1924 sold to Lloyd-Lunstrom, Helsingborg renamed Carina. 364
Danmark 1925 1940 transferred to Britain, 1942 torpedoed, shelled and sunk in Atlantic. 8,391
Delagoa (1) 1897 ex- Port Albert, 1906 purchased from W. Milburn by SEAC renamed Delagoa, 1910 wrecked Laccadive Islands. 3,514
Delagoa (2) 1914 SEAC, 1915 transferred to DAO, 1923 sold to Greece renamed Georgios. 3,541
Dusit 1911 1940 purchased from Anglo-Siam Corporation. 476
Dwinsk 1897 ex- C. F. Tietgen, 1913 purchased by REAC, Libau from DFDS, Copenhagen renamed Dwinsk, 1918 taken over by the Shipping Controller, London, sunk by U.Boat. 8,172
Eros 1892 1914 purchased by REAC, Riga from Rigaer Dampfs. Ges., Riga, 1920 transferred to Sovtorgflot, U.S.S.R., renamed Trukenik Morya. 444
Erria 1932 1962 scrapped Japan. 8,636
Europa 1931 1941 bombed and sunk at Liverpool. 10,224
Falstria (1) 1915 1936 sold to Norway renamed Olymp (Panama flag). 4,344
Falstria (2) 1945 1964 sold to Greek owners (Panama flag) renamed Veryr. 6,993
Falstria (3) 1971 1992 sold to Greece chartered to Maersk Line renamed Maersk Australia. 20,187
Fionia (1) 1912 1912 sold to Hamburg America Line renamed Christian X. 4,956
Fionia (2) 1914 1955 sold to Hong Kong renamed Hoi Hung. 5,219
Fionia (3) 1977 1997 sold to Swiss owners (Panama flag) renamed MCS Schaula. 21,077
Gronland 1893 3-masted auxiliary schooner, ex-Fox II, 1924 purchased from Kryolith Mine renamed Gronland, 1929 sold to Gronlands Styrelse renamed Gustav Holm. 405
Hogland 1895 ex- Adonis, 1914 purchased by REAC from Brodrene Olsen, Stavanger renamed Hogland, 1914 taken over by Russian Navy, 1918 renamed Komsomol. 549
Imperator Nicolai II 1898 1913 purchased by REAC from Rigaer Damps., Riga, 1918 transferred to EAC renamed Reval, 1921 lost. 915
India 1930 1962 scrapped. 9,549
Indien (1) 1889 ex- Yorkshire, 1905 purchased from Bibby Line renamed Indien, 1907 transferred to REAC renamed Estonia, 1913 sank after fire near Port Sudan. 4,275
Indien (2) 1907 see Prins Valdemar 1902.  
Indien (3) 1920 DAO, 1937 sold to Odd Godager, Oslo. 5,702
Java (1) 1921 1958 scrapped Japan. 8,681
Java (2) 1960 1964 sold to Liberia renamed World Continental. 12,499
Juliette 1897 ex- Dunolly Castle, 1905 purchased from Union Castle Mail SS Co renamed Juliette, 1905 transferred to Russian American Line renamed Arconia, 1908 sold to Germany renamed Hittfeld. 4,603
Jutlandia (1) 1912 1934 sold to Panama renamed Noumea. 4,874
Jutlandia (2) 1934 1940-45 German control, 1951-4 Korean War Hospital ship, 1964 scrapped Bilbao. 8,457
Jutlandia (3) 1972 1994 sold to USA, 1998 renamed USNS Gordon. 49,890
Kambodia 1947 ex- Brandenburg German war reparations. 1969 sold to C. Clausen, Denmark renamed Linda Clausen. 10,461
Kina (1) 1889 ex- Lancashire, 1905 purchased from Bibby Line renamed Kina, 1907 transferred to REAC renamed Lituania, 1913 sold to Japan renamed Daiten Maru. 4,248
Kina (2) 1911 1916 transferred to DAO, 1933 scrapped. 4,714
Kina (3) 1939 1940-45 under British control renamed Kina II, 1945 reverted to Kina, 1947 lost in typhoon off Philipinnes.. 9,823
Kina (4) 1948 1968 sold to Liberia renamed Serenity 9,992
Kobenhavn 1921 5-masted auxiliary barque, 1928 lost on passage Buenos Aires - Adelaide. 3,901
Korea (1) 1899 1900 transferred to REAC, 1910 lost. 6,163
Korea (2) 1939 1967 scrapped Hong Kong. 9,945
Krungkao 1922 tug, 1959 sold. 164
Krungthep 1909 tug, 1940 war loss. 75
Kursk 1910 1910 transferred to REAC, 1920 transferred to EAC renamed Polonia, 1930 sold to Gdynia America Line, Poland. 7,869
Lalandia (1) 1927 1961 scrapped Hong Kong. 4,913
Lalandia (2) 1973 1986 sold to USA renamed Cape Douglas. 23,972
Libau 1911 1911 transferred to REAC, 1919 transferred to EAC, 1920 transferred to United Baltic Corp., London renamed Baltabor. 1,309
Magdala 1951 1972 sold to Somalia renamed Kara Sea. 8,648
Maha Majiravuht 1899 1901 sold to North German Lloyd renamed Medan. 756
Mahidol 1908 1908 transferred to SSNC, 1938 deleted from Lloyds Register. 753
Malacca (1) 1945 1969 sold to Panama renamed Blue Seas. 8,414
Malacca (2) 1976 1990 sold to Turkey renamed Gulluk. 35,904
Malakka 1914 1914 wrecked on maiden voyage on Cerres Islands, West Coast of N. America. 5,259
Malaya (1) 1898 1900 transferred to REAC 1906 renamed Petronia, 1908 on fire and scuttled. 4,847
Malaya (2) 1921 1940 transferred to Britain renamed Malaya II, 1941 torpedoed and sunk in Atlantic. 8,654
Malaya (3) 1947 1960 sold to Hong Kong renamed Precious Jade. 8,437
Manchuria (1) 1900 1900 transferred to REAC, Riga, 1904 captured by Japanese cruiser in Russo-Japanese war renamed Kanto Maru. 6,903
Manchuria (2) 1945 1969 sold to Soc. Maritime National, France renamed Cele d'Arz. 8,371
Maracaibo 1916 1917 sunk by German destroyers off Bergen. 525
Martinique 1916 EAC, 1926 sold to Japan renamed Kaishu Maru. 525
Meonia (1) 1927 1961 scrapped Hong Kong. 5,214
Meonia (2) 1972 1993 sold to Greece, chartered to Maersk Line renamed Maersk Oceania. 20,187
Mexico 1920 1935 sold to Norway. 3,013
Mombasa 1950 1972 sold to Hong Kong renamed Waglan Island. 8,628
Mongolia (1) 1901 1907 purchased by REAC from Chinese Eastern Railway Co, Vladivostok, 1912 sold to Western Australian Government renamed Western Australia. 2,937
Mongolia (2) 1945 1969 sold to Panam renamed Blue Sail. 8,366
Morelia (1) 1948 launched as Madura. 1969 sold to Panama renamed Mekari 8,437
Morelia (2) 1976 1986 sold to Bulkitalia S.p.A, Italy renamed Bulkcapri. 35,904
Muinam 1931 1940 seized by Vichy France renamed St. Rene, 1941 transferred to Italy renamed San Marco, shelled and sunk by Royal Navy. 3,113
Nakskov 1960 1970 sold to Norway renamed Sveve. 12,499
Natal 1914 East Asiatic Co, Copenhagen, 1915 transferred to DAO, 1930 sold to Sweden renamed Brage. 4,171
Natuna 1898 1900 sold to North German Lloyd. 764
Neva 1899 ex- Bianca, 1908 purchased from Far Eastern S.N. Co., renamed Neva, 1909 transferred to REAC, 1917 nationalised by U.S.S.R. 1,351
Nibha 1924 SSNC, 1940 Thai Nav. Co, Bangkok, 1945 mined and sunk. 512
Nikobar (1) 1906 1907 transferred to SEAC, Gothenburg, Sweden renamed Canton, 1916 sold to Swedish - America - Mexico Line renamed Carlsholm. 3,453
Nikobar (2) 1945 ex- Rushville Victory, 1947 purchased from US Government renamed Nikobar, 1954 sold to Turkey renamed Aydin. 7,715
Panama (1) 1915 1945 capsized and sank in bad weather. 5,259
Panama (2) 1950 1972 sold to Somalia renamed Celebes Sea. 9,013
Panama (3) 1976 1986 sold to Heidelberg Eastern Inc, Bahamas - same name. 20,943
Pangan 1909 1918 sold to Norwegian Government renamed Dunafric. 3,408
Parana 1921 DAO, 1935 sold to Greece renamed Kastor. 5,497
Paranagua 1977 1998 sold to Italy renamed Giulia Seconda. 20,943
Pasadena (1) 1953 1972 sold to Liberia renamed Tungku Chau. 8,607
Pasadena (2) 1976 1990 sold to Italy renamed Valchiara. 20,511
Patagonia (1) 1951 1973 sold to Somalia renamed Caribbean Sea. 8,663
Patagonia (2) 1976 1990 sold to Malta renamed Ninfea. 20,550
Pattaya 1981 1986 sold to Heidelburg Eastern Inc, Bahamas, same name. 20,933
Peru 1916 1941 torpedoed and sunk in Atlantic. 5,584
Poona 1952 1971 scrapped after serious fire at Gothenburg. 8,607
Pretoria 1952 1972 sold to Somalia renamed Bering Sea. 8,621
Prins Valdemar 1902 1905 transferred to REAC, Libau renamed Livonia, 1907 returned to EAC renamed Indien, 1916 transferred to DAO, Copenhagen. 1918 torpedoed and sunk. 4,199
Prinsesse Marie 1902 1905 captured and sunk by Russian cruiser Terek in South China Sea. 5,416
Ragnhild 1894 barquentine, 1897 purchased, 1906 sold to F. H. Ohlsson, Timmernabben. 410
Redang 1901 1908 transferred to SSNC. 1942 war loss. 500
Rhodesia 1914 East Asiatic Co, Copenhagen, 1915 transferred to DAO, 1927 sold to Germany renamed Gerwin. 4,112
Rubonia 1896 ex- Sotrudnik, 1908 purchased by REAC, St. Petersburg from A. E. Stelp, Reval renamed Rubonia. 1915 captured by U-Boat and sunk with explosives. 3,424
Runo 1912 Russian East Asiatic Co, Libau, 1915 taken over by Russian Navy renamed Lovat. 775
Russia 1908 1909 transferred to REAC, 1919 transferred to EAC renamed Russ, 1921 renamed Latvia, 1923 sold to Japan renamed Fuso Maru. 8,595
Samoa (1) 1953 1976 sold to Singapore renamed New Globe. 8,627
Samoa (2) 1978 1983 chartered to Mexico renamed Mitexco, 1985 sold to Jugoslavia renamed Primmorje. 16,150
Samso 1914 auxiliary 4-masted schooner, 1916 sold to C. Rassmussen, Copenhagen renamed Abdon. 370
Samui 1907 1915 sold to Norway renamed Alexander Kielland. 2,859
Sargodha 1956 1978 sold to Hong Kong renamed Ping Chau. 8,585
Selandia (1) 1912 1936 sold to Panama renamed Norseman. 4,964
Selandia (2) 1938 1962 scrapped Italy. 8,482
Selandia (3) 1972 1994 sold to USA, 1998 renamed USNS Gilliland. 49,837
Serampore 1945 ex- Amherst Victory, 1947 purchased from US Government renamed Serampore, 1954 sold to Turkey renamed Manisa. 7,749
Siam (1) 1898 1912 sold to Japan renamed Dairen Maru.
3,875
Siam (2) 1913 1940 transferred to Britain renamed Siam II, 1942 torpedoed and sunk. 5,296
Siam (3) 1951 1962 sold to Cie. d'Armement Maritime, Djibouti renamed Fontenay. 10,646
Sibirien 1894 ex- Montblanc, 1905 purchased from C. Eitzen & Co, Christiania, Norway renamed Sibirien, 1909 sold to Bombay & Persia S.N. Co, Bombay renamed Mansuri. 3,133
Sibonga 1953 1975 sold to Nigeria renamed Ileoluji. 8,695
Siena (1) 1954 1975 sold to Nigeria renamed D. J. Fajemirokun. 8,854
Siena (2) 1979 1984 renamed Tarasco, same owners, 1985 sold to Partrederi Tarasco, Denmark renamed Siena. 16,150
Simba (1) 1955 1977 sold to Tonga renamed Kalia. 8,562
Simba (2) 1979 1984 sold to Iran renamed Iran Talfori. 16,150
Sinaloa 1956 1978 sold to Panama renamed Yuen Chau. 8,812
Songkhla 1953 1974 sold to Singapore renamed Paclog Sealink. 8,627
Sopernik 1891 1908 purchased by REAC from A. E. Stelp, St. Petersburg, 1911 sold to Japan renamed Daiyetsu Maru. 2,967
St. Croix (1) 1904 1905 transferred from Vestindiske Kompagni, Copenhagen, 1907 sold to Hamburg America Line renamed Sachsenwald. 3,343
St. Croix (2) 1907 1915 transferred to DAO, 1916 sold to Norway and scrapped. 2,540
St. Croix (3) 1916 EAC, 1920 transferred to United Baltic Corporation, London renamed Baltriger. 1,113
St. Croix (4) 1942 ex- Robert G. Harper, 1947 purchased from US Government renamed St. Croix, 1951 sold to Panama renamed Marna. 7,170
St. Domingo (1) 1890 ex- Doune Castle (Union-Castle Mail SS Co), 1904 purchased renamed St. Domingo, 1905 transferred to REAC, Libau renamed Curonia, 1913 sold to Japan renamed Kaijo Maru. 4,046
St. Domingo (2) 1897 ex- Raglan Castle, 1905 purchased from Union-Castle Mail SS Co renamed St. Domingo, 1907 to builders in part payment for new ship, reverted to Raglan Castle. 4,239
St. Jan (1) 1904 1905 transferred from Vestindiske Kompagni, Copenhagen, 1907 sold to Hamburg America Line renamed Odenwald. 3,343
St. Jan (2) 1907 1907 - 1913 sold to Royal West Indies Mail Co., Amsterdam renamed Nickerie. 2,478
St. Jan (3) 1943 ex- Ralph Barnes, 1947 purchased from US Government renamed St. Jan, 1951 sold to Panama renamed Artemidi. 7,193
St. Lucia 1890 ex- Tabor, 1907 purchased from Moss SS Co., Liverpool renamed St. Lucia, 1908 transferred to REAC, Vladivostok renamed Asia, 1913 sold to Japan renamed Asia Maru. 2,406
St. Thomas (1) 1904 1905 transferred from Vestindiske Kompagni, Copenhagen, 1907 sold to Hamburg America Line renamed Niederwald. 3,457
St. Thomas (2) 1907 1913 sold to Royal West Indies Mail Co. renamed Commewyne. 2,487
St. Thomas (3) 1916 EAC, 1920 transferred to United Baltic Corp, London, renamed Baltannic. 1,113
St. Thomas (4) 1944 ex- Charles J. Finger, 1947 purchased from US Government renamed St. Thomas, 1951 sold to Panama renamed Cavostaras. 7,192
Suddhadib 1918 SSNC, 1940 Thai Navigation Co., Bangkok, 1945 sank in Gulf of Siam. 1.311
Sumbawa 1954 1972 sold to Somalia renamed Zuider Sea. 8,830
Talvi (Taluei) 1944 ex- Ryuei Maru No.2, 1949 acquired by Bangkok office, 1951 sold. 882
Thoon Kramon 1919 Four masted schooner, 1921 purchased, 1921 lost. 781
Timsah 1884 1907 purchased from Shell Transport & Trading Co., 1913 sold to L. Andreis, Novorossisk. 328
Tongking 1914 1938 scrapped Japan after serious fire at Penang. 5,259
Tranquebar (1) 1906 1916 transferred to DAO, 1915 sold to Germany. 3,453
Tranquebar (2) 1945 ex- Kings Point Victory, 1947 purchased from US Government renamed Tranquebar, 1955 sold to Holland renamed Maaskerk. 7,715
Transvaal 1914 East Asiatic Co, Copenhagen, 1915 transferred to DAO, 1927 sold to Germany renamed Gerrat. 4,395
Viking 1905 schooner, 1912 sold. 99
Virginia 1921 EAC, 1927 sold to Italy renamed Mariska. 641
Worms (Wonus) 1895 ex- Langfond, 1914 purchased by REAC, Reval from Sigval Bergesen, Stavanger renamed Worms (Wonus), 1914 taken over by Russian Navy, mined and sunk. 963
Yugala 1907 1908 transferred to SSNC. 1923 total loss after fire near Singora. 753

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