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BARFONN – 1956 – IMO 5036822

 

Here as the ORIENT EXPLORER  unknown location, undated
Photo collection:Peter Schliefke (copyright unknown)

Built by A & C de France, Dunkirk, Yard-No.219
10929 GT, 14865 dwt – 148.3 x 19.9m
Launched:08-09-1956.Completed: -11-1956
1956 BARFONN I/S Barfonn, Stavanger, Nor.
1967 ORIENT EXPLORER Astro Cresida Cia Naviera SA., Piraeus, Grc.
1971 AEGEAN Astro Cresida Cia Naviera SA., Piraeus, Grc.
1972 TONG THAY Kie Hock Sg (1971) Pte. Ltd., Singapore, Sgp.
1976 TONG THAY Kie Hock Sg (1975) H.K.Ltd., Singapore, Sgp.
Disposal Data:
fire Colombo 7.1.77 & BU Kaohsiung 24.3.78 [E Chong Iron Steel Works Co]
Source:Miramar Ship Index, by arrangement

AIDA – 1996 – IMO 9112789

AIDAcara

AIDAcara

AIDAcara

AIDAcara

AIDAcara on 14. June 2009 River Elbe – Photos: Thomas S.

Aida-Cara

The AIDACARA alongside in the Port of Copenhagen, being bunkered by the OW COPENHAGEN ex CLIPPER BARBERA – 2006 – IMO 9327487 – © Benny Elbæk Dahl – Photographed on 6. April 2012.

She is the first cruise ship of the year 2012 in Copenhagen.

© Roberto Smera – Photographed inbound Santos on 9. November 2012.

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© Benny Elbæk Dahl – Photo date: Copenhagen 19.04.2013.

IDNo: 9112789 – Year: 1996 – Name: AIDA – Keel: 11.9.95 – Type: Passenger ship – Launch Date: 16.2.96 – Flag: LBR – Date of completion: 4.6.96 – GRT: 38531 – DWT: 3752 – Yard No: 1337 – Length overall: 193.3 – LPP: 170.3 – Country of build: FIN – Beam: 32.6 – Builder: Kvaerner Masa of Turku.

Machinery Overview: 4 oil engines with clutches, flexible couplings & single reduction geared to screw shafts driving 2 CP propellers at 152 rpm – Total Power: Mcr 21,720kW (29,532hp) – Max. Speed: 21.00kts, Service Speed: 20.00kts.

Prime Mover Detail: Design: MAN, Engine Builder: MAN B&W Diesel AG – Augsburg – 4 x 6L48/60, 4 Stroke, Single Acting, In-Line (Vertical) – 6 Cy. 480 x 600, Mcr: 5,430 kW (7,383 hp) at 450 rpm

Subsequent history: [Newbuilding price $180,000,000] – 01 AIDACARA – TBUX

“Source : Miramar Ship Index, by arrangement”

COROMANDEL – 1949 – IMO 5080299

Here as the SHUN HING unknown location, undated
Photo collection:Peter Schliefke (copyright unknown)

Built by Barclay Curle & Company Glasgow, Yard-No.714
7065 GT, 8720 dwt – 138.9 x 19.2m
Launched:29-12-1948.Completed:20-10-1949
1949 COROMANDEL Peninsular & Oriental SN Co., London, Gbr.
1969 SHUN HING Jebshun Shipping Co. Ltd., London, Gbr.
1971 SHUN HING Jebshun Shipping Co. Ltd., Singapore, Sgp.
1973 HOP SING Tsai Sei Co. Ltd., Mogadishu, Som.
07-02-1973 broken up by Keun Man Steel & Iron Works, Kaohsiung.
Source:Miramar Ship Index, by arrangement
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16/12/1971Laid up at Manila.
26/06/1972 Driven ashore by typhoon Konsing.
08/07/1972: Refloated.
Source:http://www.clydesite.co.uk/clydebuilt/viewship.asp?id=4478

SUSANNE FRITZEN – 1959 – IMO 5345857

SUSANNE FRITZEN 1959

SUSANNE FRITZEN – Photo collection: Peter Schliefke (Photo credit: R. J. Meeks, Folkestone)

IDNo: 5345857 – Year: 1959 – Name: SUSANNE FRITZEN – Type: Bulk carrier – Launch Date: 2.10.58 – Flag: DEU –  Date of completion: 1.59 – GRT: 11969 – DWT: 16019 – Yard No: 829 – Length overall: 162.1 – LPP: 152.0 – Country of build: DEU – Beam: 21.0 – Builder: Weser Seebeck of Bremerhaven – Number of screws/Mchy/ Speed(kn): 1ST-14.5.

Subsequent History: 72 ANDREAS E. – 75 MARGRIT B.

06-05-1977 boiler damage near Jeddah, in tow to Jeddah.

16-10-1978 in tow to Piraeus, not economically viable to repair

15-02-1979 in tow to Barcelona to be broken up, arrived on the 23. Feb.

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Source: Miramar Ship Index by arrangement.

Disposal Data: BU Barcelona 23.2.79 [Desguaces Condal]

CLAN MACTAGGART – 1949 – IMO 5075220

 

CLAN MACTAGGART unknown location, undated
Photo collection:Peter Schliefke (copyright unknown)

Built by Greenock Dockyard Co., Greenock, Yard-No.469
8035 GT, 10800 dwt – 143.3 x 20.0
Launched:08-10-1948.Completed: -03-1949
1949 CLAN MACTAGGART The Clan Line Steamers Ltd., Glasgow, Gbr.
1971 CLAN MACTAGGART King Line Ltd., Glasgow, Gbr.
12-11-1971 broken up by E.Varela, Bilbao
Source:Miramar Ship Index, by arrangement