|Namesake:||E. L. Bartlett, early Alaskan Senator|
|Owner:||Alaska Marine Highway System|
|Port of registry:||United States|
|Route:||Cordova, Valdez, Whittier|
|Acquired:||by purchase, 1969|
|Fate:||Sold to All Alaskan Seafoods|
|Length:||193 ft (59 m)|
|Beam:||53 ft (16 m)|
|Decks:||One vehicle deck|
M/V Bartlett was a ferry vessel for the Alaska Marine Highway servicing Prince William Sound. The 193-foot-long Bartlett was built for the Alaska Marine Highway System in 1968 by Jeffboat Inc. of Jeffersonville, Ind., for $3.25 million. It was retired in 2003 due to impending regulations which would have required substantial and expensive upgrades.
It was sold on eBay in August 2003 to Lloyd Cannon, president of All Alaskan Seafoods and donated to the Seattle Maritime Academy. The closing price was $389,500.
Ships designed by Philip F. Spaulding
|Alaska Marine Highway|
|Black Ball Line|
|Golden Gate Ferry|
|San Diego and Coronado|
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