Statistics (Dismantled 2013)
| Overall length
|| 216 feet
|| 40 feet
|| 14 feet
| Gross Tonnage
| Propulsion System
|| Single screw propeller, Triple expansion steam engine, 825 IHP
- Constructed in 1915 almost entirely of Douglas fir in St. Helens, Oregon by the St. Helens Ship Building Company.
- A wooden steamship and the last survivor of the approximately 235 steam schooners that were built on the West Coast.
- The Wapama, and similar steam schooners, transported lumber from Northern California and the Pacific Northwest, that was used to build California cities.
- These large, wooden vessels also provided the only effective passenger service from the 1880s through the 1930s.
Click on this link for more Wapama photos and information.