Lewis Luckenbach, Spring 1944
Photo by John Mozolak

New York Ships to Foreign Ports

1939 to 1945

A report of over 5,000 ships sailing from New York


This web site contains Microsoft Word files that report the sailings of more than 5,000 ships sailing from New York harbor from 1939 to 1945, as compiled from official records by John Mozolak, retired Sergeant First Class, United State Army.

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PREFACE: A personal account of this effort.
INTRODUCTION to the blotters: A description of the information in the file.
NAVIGATING THROUGH THE DATA: Short descriptions of vessels, clearance dates, and any war history.
BIBLIOGRAPHY
Click on the letters below to download Word files for names of ships, ordered by the alphabet.

First letter
of
ship name
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
# pages
in
Word file
58
39
50
18
54
28
24
23
10
30
16
22
38
20
14
29
2
21
60
30
2
10
27
5

John Mozolak spent eighteen years in the Signal Corps as a radar repairman and technical intelligence analysis on radar and electronic warfare sysems. His sea experience is limited to being a passenger on troopships on the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. He presently resides in the State of New Jersey. He can be reached via email.