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NBA RUBENS – 2011 – IMO 9477220

NBA Rubens - 21 jan 2014

© Roberto Smera – Santos 21.01.2014.

IDNo: 9477220 – Year: 2011 – Name: NBA RUBENS – Keel: 29.5.10 – Type: Bulk Carrier – Launch Date: 9.11.10 –  Flag: PAN – Date of completion: 12.1.11 - GRT: 58592 - DWT: 107290 – Yard No: 10596 – Length overall: 254.99 - LPP: 249.62 – Country of build: JPN – Beam: 43 – Builder: Oshima SB of Oshima.

Machinery Overview: 1 oil engine driving 1 FP propeller at 105 rpm – Total Power: Mcr 12,270kW (16,682hp), Csr 10,430kW (14,181hp) – Max. Speed: 16.30kts, Service Speed: 14.10kts – Speed & Consumption: 14.00 knots on 45.80 tonnes per day.

Prime Mover Detail: Design: Mitsubishi, Engine Builder: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd – Japan – 1 x 6UEC60LSII, 2 Stroke, Single Acting, In-Line (Vertical) – 6 Cy. 600 x 2300, Mcr: 12,270 kW (16,682 hp) at 105 rpm.

Subsequent History: TBUX

NAVITAS – 1943 – IMO 0000000

B-3628-Bintang-19243cc

B-3661-Bintang-1943-cc

B-3659-Bintang-1943-cc

© BANGSBO MUSEUM

Built by A/S Burmeister & Wain’s Maskin- og Skibsbyggeri, Copenhagen, no. 666.

Cargoship * 1d * 2ha/2ho, 156,380gr/144,250ba, 4095gr/ba *

2273grt, 1164nrt, 3030dw * 86.35/80.75×12.95/12.93×6.65/5.923 *

1D 4SA 6cyl. (550×1000), B&W 655-MGF-100, 950bhp, 10.75kn, (no. 3505) *

The main engine was experimentally built to be fired by gasified coal due to shortage of oil during W.W. II.

11.06.1941: Ordered. Contract price: 3,130,000 DKK.

22.09.1941: Keel laid.

07.05.1942: Launched.

23.02.1943: Trials and delivered to Navitas A/S (H. N. Ibsen), København.

11.04.1943: Sailed Copenhagen for Danzig.

19.05.1944: On voyage Nordenham-Aarhus with coal in a convoy struck a mine about 10 miles north north west of Rote Sand Light. Engines and generators were heavily damaged, and she was taken in tow for Bremerhaven.

04.10.1946: Sold to A/S Det Østasiatiske Kompagni – ØK, København. Price: 3.45 m.DKK.

21.10.1946: Arrived at Nordbassin, Copenhagen from Emden.

25.10-02.11.1946: Repaired by the builders. Renamed BINTANG.

16.11.1946: Sailed Copenhagen for Luleå. 26.01.1956: On voyage Bangkok for Hongkong grounded on the Paracel Islands.

26.02.1956: Refloated and towed to Hongkong.

07.03.1956: Arrived in tow at Hongkong. Repaired.

23.05.1956: Sailed Hongkong for Bangkok.

17.01.1969: Sold to Jernhavnen Masnedø (Svend Bergsøe’s Fond), Masnedø for demolition.

15.04.1969: However transferred to Paul Bergsøe & Søn, Masnedø and converted into a lighter (main engine removed).

07.10.1969: Renamed BERA IV.

03.05.1976: Reported as broken up at Masnedø.

NORDLAND SAGA – 1986 – IMO 8520367

Nordland Saga

© Gustav Schneider Collection.

IDNo: 8520367 – Year: 1986 – Name: NORDLAND SAGA – Keel: 26.5.86 - Type: Cargo ship – Launch Date: 15.8.86 – Flag: DNK – Date of completion: 28.10.86 - GRT: 1147 - DWT: 1248 – Yard No: 185 – Length overall: 72.3 - LPP: 68.2 – Country of build: DNK – Beam: 10.5 – Builder: Nordsøværftet of Ringkøbing.

Machinery Overview: 1 oil engine driving 1 FP propeller – Total Power: Mcr 725kW (986hp) – Service Speed: 12.00kts.

Prime Mover Detail: Design: MWM, Engine Builder: Motoren Werke Mannheim AG (MWM) – West Germany – 1 x TBD440-6, 4 Stroke, Single Acting, In-Line (Vertical) – 6 Cy. 230 x 270, Mcr: 725 kW (986 hp) at 900 rpm.

Subsequent History:

Casualty report from IHSF:

  • CAPSIZED IN APPROXIMATELY LAT. 45 11N., LONG. 08 00W., AT 1705 HRS, GMT, ON 23/1/87 AND PRESUMED TO HAVE FOUNDERED.

    FIVE CREW RESCUED. A LIFEBOAT CONTAINING THE BODY OF THE MASTER WAS WASHED ASHORE NEAR SABLES D’ORLONNE. (Voyage From Teignmouth Voyage To Ghazaouet – Cargo Status / Part Loaded / Cargo China Clay)

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Extract from the Maritime Accident Report 1987: Hearings at Rotterdam and Ringkøbing respectively on on 27.01.1987 and 06.02.1987 (although stated as 6. January) – Conclusion: Hit by three enormous waves which probably caused the cargo to shift, and subsequently breached the hatch covers. The vessel capsized and sank. The Master perished.

Disposal Data: capsized 45.11N/8.10W 23.1.87 (1*)

 

NORDWIND – 1953 – IMO 5255882

NORDWIND - IMO 5255882

© Charlie Hill of Swinefleet near Goole.

IDNo: 5255882 – Year: 1953 – Name: NORDWIND – Type: Cargo ship - Launch Date: 4.7.53 – Flag: DEU – Date of completion: 12.53 - GRT: 1362 - DWT: 2140 – Yard No: 78 – Length overall: 74.0 - LPP: 66.0 – Country of build: DEU – Beam: 10.8 – Builder: Frank of Wilhelmsburg - Number of screws/Mchy/ Speed(kn): 1D-10

Subsequent History: 71 NICOLAS – 74 BARU – 77 TENIA – 80 TENIA II

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Source: Miramar Ship Index by arrangement.

Casualty reports from IHSF:

  • STRANDED IN LAT 41 08 48N., LONG 29 02 48E., ON 10/12/80 AFTER DRIFTING IN HEAVY WEATHER. REFLOATED 1300 HRS 4/1/81 & ANCHORED AT BUYUKDERE. SUBSEQUENTLY SURVEYED & NO VISIBLE DAMAGE FOUND. NOW TRADING.

    VSL REFLOATED WITH ASSISTANCE FROM M SALVAGE TUG “IMROZ II. (Voyage From Bourgas / Voyage To Buyukdere – Cargo Status Loaded Cargo Coil Bars)

  • FOUNDERED OFF SKYROS ISLAND IN LAT 38 55N., LONG 25 04E., ON 8/2/81 AFTER STEERING GEAR TROUBLE & DEVELOPING LIST DUE TO SHIFTING IN HEAVY WEATHER.

    3 CREWMEN DEAD AND 5 CREWMEN MISSING.

Disposal Data: foundered 38.55N/25.04E 8.2.81 (8*) [Bourgas-Alexandria, wire rolls]

NUESTRA SENORA DEL CARMEN SEGUNDO – 1966 – IMO 6614645

NUESTRA SENORA DEL CARMEN SEGUNDO - IMO 6614645-c

© Charlie Hill of Swinefleet near Goole.

IDNo: 6614645 – Year: 1966 – Name: NUESTRA SENORA DEL CARMEN SEGUNDO - Type: Cargo ship – Launch Date: 23.5.66 – Flag: ESP – Date of completion: 12.66 - GRT: 1702 - DWT: 2790 - Yard No: 153 – Length overall: 80.2 - LPP: 73.5 – Country of build: ESP – Beam: 12.6 – Builder: Juliana Gijonesa of Gijon – Number of screws/Mchy/ Speed(kn): 1D-13.

Subsequent History: 77 SONIA SOPHIA S.

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Source: Miramar Ship Index by arrangement.

  • WRECKED OFF HALLANIYA ISLAND IN LAT. 17 32 00N., LONG. 56 07 12E., ON 24/8/81 IN HEAVY  WEATHERSTRANDED 0425 HRS. FOREPEAK & NOS.1 & 2 HOLDS LEAKING. (Voyage From Dammam To Port Sudan – Cargo Status Ballast)

Disposal Data: wrecked 17.32N/56.07.12E 24.8.81 [Dammam-Port Sudan, ballast]