SS Algerine
SS Algerine Titanic Body Recovery

On May 16, 1912 the steamer Algerine was the last of four ships chartered by the White Star Line to search for bodies after the sinking of Titanic. After searching for three weeks she only recovered one body, Saloon Steward James McGrady. The Algerine was a cargo, passenger, and part-time sealer ship. It was originally built by Harland and Wolff and owned by Bowring Brothers Limited of St. John's, Newfoundland.


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