Trio Bravo


Cumberland was an utility tug boat built by Colombia Shipbuilding Corporation in Portland, and was launched in 1898 for Consolidated Coal Company in Baltimore. She was sold to Roen Steamship Company and renamed John Roen V in 1950, followed by another sale in 1981 where she got her final name as Trio Bravo. After decades of service she was rigged down and scuttled as an artificial reef outside Fort Lauderdale 17. December 1982. The wreck rest today on a depth of 40 to 45 meter standing on her keel like a classic Donald Duck wreck southeast of Lauderdale Beach.

Former names:
Trio Bravo
Cumberland, John Roen V
134,5 x 26,2 f
Tons: Built: Home Port:
377 grt
Portland ( US ) 1898
( US )
26°19.2"N 80°03.2"W
( Source: ISDC )

Last updated: March 2021