S.S. Albert Kahn
The S.S. Albert Kahn was built by McCloskey and Company in Tampa, Florida in October of 1944. She was used as a Navy storeship in the South Pacific and sailed to Japan in 1946. In March, 1947 she was abandoned and eventually sunk by U.S. bombers as a navigational hazard.
The S.S. Albert Kahn was sunk in the South Pacific. Exact location unknown.
None available. However, since all the McCloskey ships are identical, you can see photos of the other ships to see what the S.S. Albert Kahn looked like.
Gross Weight: 4,690 Tons
Net Weight: 2,738 Tons
Dimensions: 102.53 meters x 16.45 m x 10.66 m
Engine: T.3-cyl, Prescott Mehy Co.