ACCOMACK, New York, NY – 1889
The "ACCOMACK" was another excursion steamer to join the Deep Sea Fishing trade. She was a 137-foot steamboat built in 1877 at Brooklyn, New York and sailed on a regular daily schedule from New York's East River to the fishing banks.
A newspaper advertisement from September 1889 lists her as "Departing from the East 31st Street Pier at 6:35 AM and Beekman Street at 6:55 AM under the command of Fishing Pilot Henry Beebe. Fare for Gentlemen 75 cents, Ladies 50 Cents, Clubs of 5 for $3".