ENFIELD – 1948 – IMO 5104277

 

ENFIELD ,unlocated,undated.

 

Comp. 7/1948,584grt,by Walkers,Maryborough (29) for Australian Govt,Brisbane,AUS

1957 Australian Coastal Sg Commission,Brisbane,AUS

1965 HELEN J.,Legaspi Oil Co Inc,Manila,PHL

1967 SULTANA,Rodrigueza Sg Corp,Manila,PHL

1991 MOSES,-,Manila,PHL

1995 EDAGO 3,Edago Lighterage Philippines, Manila,PHL

deleted 2008

Rick Cox Collection,Copyright:unknown

Cheers,Rick

EMPIRE HONDURAS – 1945 – IMO 5373256

 

EMPIRE HONDURAS ,Capetown,undated.

 

Comp. 10/1945,7320grt,by Short Bros.,Pallion (486) for British Govt.,Sunderland,GBR

1948 LOCHYBANK,Bank Line Ltd,Glasgow,GBR

1954 STAD HAARLEM,Halcyon-Lijn NV,Rotterdam,NLD

1963 UNION FAIR,Union Fair Sg Co Inc,Monrovia,LBR

BU Kaohsiung 5/4/1969

Rick Cox Collection,Copyright:A.Duncan

Cheers,Rick

DOLIUS – 1956 – IMO 5091599

 

HUNGMIEN ,ex DOLIUS,unlocated,undated.

 

Comp. 5/1/1956,7964grt,by Harland & Wolff,Belfast (1497) for Ocean SS Co Ltd,Liverpool,GBR

1970 GLENFRUIN,Glen Line Ltd, Liverpool,GBR

1972 DOLIUS,Ocean SS Co Ltd,Liverpool,GBR

1972 HUNGMIEN,Ocean Tramping Co Ltd,Mogadishu,SOM

1975 United Freighter Corp (Panama) SA,Panama City,PAN

1977 HONG QI 119,Chinese Govt,Kwangchow,CHN

1983 ZHAN DOU 51,Chinese Govt,Shanghai ,CHN

deleted 1992

Rick Cox Collection,Copyright:unknown

Cheers,Rick

PRINZESSIN VICTORIA LUISE – 1900 – IMO 0000000

The world’s first purpose-built cruise ship

1900, 4419grt, 124.2m x 14.4m, twin-screw, 15 knots

Blohm & Voss, Hamburg (144) for Hapag

192 1st. and 161 3rd.class passengers

Unfortunately she had a short life, being wrecked at the entrance to Kingston, Jamaica on 16 December 1906.

PRINZ ADALBERT – 1903 – IMO 0000000

1903, 6030grt, 403.3ft. x 49.3ft

Built by Bremer Vulkan, Vegesack (450) for Hapag

124 1st. and 1033 3rd.class passengers

Maiden voyage Hamburg to Rio de Janeiro in January 1903

Seized at Falmouth in 8/1914

Commissioned as the repair ship H.M.S.PRINCETOWN in 12/1914

Returned to commercial service in 1915

Transferred to France in 1917 and became ALESIA of Cie de Nav. Sud-Atlantique, Bordeaux

Torpedoed on 6/9/1917 by U. 69 then by U.50 and sank 40 miles off Ouessant