MAILBOAT NAME: Content S.
PAST NAMES: Percianna II, Content
According to “Pappa” Floyd Lowe, patriarch of Green Turtle Cay Abaco as well as Patrick J. Bethel, the vessel was more of a yacht than a cargo carrier and never did particularly well as the latter. Underutilized in Nassau, it was chartered by HRH the Duke of Windsor to sail from Nassau first to Cross Harbor Abaco to rescue survivors of the Norwegian tanker O. A. Knudsen on the 8th of March 1942, then about a week later to Hope Town, Elbow Cay, Abaco, to rescue survivors of the British tanker Athelqueen. She dutifully carried – most likely under the command of Captain Stanley Weatherford, these many passengers on deck to Nassau.
One of them, Alan Heald, still living in Preston, England, was so impressed that he thought they were rescued by the royal yacht Victoria and Albert, which at the time was in the UK.
“….finally after an experimental trip on which everything checked up okay, announcement can be made that a new service to Nassau and the out islands will be inaugurated around June 1 
The boat involved is the yacht Content, a 120-footer which has been lying in storage up at Merrill-Stevens for several odd years doing no good to herself or anyone else because her owner, Howard Spaulding, could not use her.
Only a month go, this department told about the 86-footer that George W. Gibbs of Jacksonville had just completed for the island service out of Eleuthera for Austin Levy…”