SS Daram

SS Daram was an American Cargo ship that ran aground on Long Bar Reef, Bermuda while she was travelling from Pensacola, Florida, United States to Marseille, France.

Name: Daram
Owner: US Shipping Board - United States Shipping Board - USSB
Port of registry: Washington D.C.
Yard number: 1001
Completed: 1918
Maiden voyage: 1918
In service: 1918
Out of service: 9 October 1919
Identification: 217213
Fate: Ran aground and sunk
General characteristics
Type: cargo ship
Tonnage: 2,573 GRT
Length: 81.4 metres (267 ft 1 in)
Beam: 14 metres (45 ft 11 in)
Installed power: Triple expansion steam engine
Propulsion: Screw propeller
Speed: 10 knots


Daram was constructed in 1918. She was completed in 1918 and she was named Daram. She served from 1918 until her demise in 1919.

The ship was 81.4 metres (267 ft 1 in) long and had a beam of 14 metres (45 ft 11 in). The ship was assessed at 2,573 GRT. She had a Triple expansion steam engine driving a single screw propeller which could hit a speed of 10 knots.


On 9 October 1919, Daram was on a voyage from Pensacola, Florida, United States to Marseille, France when she ran aground on Long Bar Reef, Bermuda. There were no casualties.[1]


The wreck position is currently unknown.


  1. "Daram". Wrecksite. 24 September 2015. Retrieved 24 September 2015.

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