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Alcoa Steamship Company - Ships Nostalgia

Oct 19, 2015 · The Alcoa Steamship Company started in 1917 due to the shortage of ships during the World War I. At the start foreign flag ships (non US Flagged) were used until just before W W 2. From 1940 till 1969 Alcoa operated US flag vessels before returning to operate foreign flag vessels again.…

Alcoa Steamship Co. - Timetable Images

Alcoa Clipper, Alcoa Corsair Ports of call: New Orleans, Kingston, La Guaira, Puerto Cabello, Willemstad, Guanta, Port-of-Spain, Bridgetown Click to view images from an Alcoa brochure ... See the archives section for more brochures of Alcoa Steamship Co. * You may use my images on another website.…

ALCOA TO THE CARIBBEAN CRUISING THE PAST

Alcoa hoped that by entering the passenger business, this would give the company an edge on any rival who might want to lure away some cargo, thereby reducing income per voyage. In 1947 the ALCOA CAVALIER, THE ALCOA CLIPPER and the ALCOA CORSAIR established regular service between New Orleans and South America.…

SS Alcoa Puritan (1941) - Wikipedia

SS Alcoa Puritan was a cargo ship in the service of Alcoa Steamship Company that was torpedoed and sunk in the Gulf of Mexico during World War II.. The SS Alcoa Puritan provided freight and passenger service between U.S. and Caribbean ports. The ship was typically staffed with 10 officers and 33 crew, and could also accommodate 8-10 passengers.Speed: 14 knots (26 km/h; 16 mph)…

Alcoa -- Our History

Alcoa announces plan to separate into two industry-leading companies. Alcoa approves a plan to separate the company into two independent, industry-leading, publicly traded Fortune 500 companies. The Upstream Company (to be known as Alcoa Corporation) will comprise Bauxite, Alumina, Aluminum, Casting and Energy business units, as well as rolling ...…