American Scantic Line
(Operated by Moore-McCormack Lines)

USA

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Promotional brochure w/general information (no sailings listed) (undated; c. 1928)
Vessel(s) Ports of call
Minnequa
Bird City
Argosy
Sagaporack
Casper
Schenectady
New York, Copenhagen, Helsinki
American Scantic Line was initially managed by Moore & McCormack for the U.S. Shipping Board. When the line was bought by the company it was incorporated by Moore & McCormack in September 1927. The ships listed above were bought in 1927/28, but the Casper was wrecked already in December 1928. This makes it almost certain that this undated brochure was issued in 1928.

Sailings August-December 1938 (separate sheet) (brochure issued November 1, 1937)
Vessel(s) Ports of call
Scanpenn
Scanyork
Scanmail
Scanstates
New York, Gothenburg, Copenhagen, Gdynia, Stockholm, Helsinki.
Return voyages: Helsinki, Leningrad, Gdynia, Copenhagen, New York.
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General information brochure/deck plan (no sailings listed) (issued May 1949)
Vessel(s) Ports of call
Mormacisle
Mormacgulf
Mormacsaga
Mormacpenn
Mormacmail
Mormacdawn
Mormacland
U.S. East Coast ports, Norwegian ports, Swedish ports, Danish ports, Polish ports, Finnsih ports (which possibly means - at a minimum: New York, Oslo, Gothenburg, Copenhagen, Gdynia, Helsinki)

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This page last updated November 15, 2009.