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TUSKAR ROCK – 1978 – IMO 7604831

TUSKAR ROCK - IMO 7604831-chill

© Charlie Hill of Swinefleet near Goole.

TUSKAR ROCK - IMO 7604831-pwr

© Peter William Robinson of Goole.

30. SEA EAGLE I

SEA EAGLE I at Boston – Rick Cox Collection.

SEA-EAGLE 1 - IMO 7604831-chill-1

SEA-EAGLE 1 - IMO 7604831-chill-2

© Charlie Hill of Swinefleet near Goole.

NORTH MED - IMO 7604831-pwr-1

NORTH MED - IMO 7604831-pwr-2

© Peter William Robinson of Goole.

TRAMP07012004

As TRAMP at Goole on 07/01/2004, photo G. Robinson.

TRAMP - IMO 7604831-pwr-1

© Peter William Robinson of Goole.

TRAMP - IMO 7604831-chill-1

© Charlie Hill of Swinefleet near Goole.

IDNo: 7604831 – Year: 1978 – Name: TUSKAR ROCK – Keel: 9.76 – Type: Cargo ship – Launch Date: 28.11.77 – Flag: IRL – Date of completion: 14.4.78 – GRT: 1159 – DWT: 1720 – Yard No: cd1 – Length overall: 68.0 – LPP: 64.0 – Country of build: GBR – Beam: 11.6 – Builder: Hancocks of Pembroke Dock.

Machinery Overview: 1 oil engine with clutches & single reduction reverse geared to screw shaft driving 1 FP propeller at 269 rpm – Total Power: Mcr 1,346kW (1,830hp) – Service Speed: 11.00kts.

Prime Mover Detail: Design: Blackstone, Engine Builder: Mirrlees Blackstone (Stamford) Ltd. – Stamford – 1 x ESL12, 4 Stroke, Single Acting, Vee – 12 Cy. 222 x 292, Mcr: 1,346 kW (1,830 hp) at 1,333 rpm.

Subsequent History: [Newbuilding price $1,480,632 ] – 90 EILEEN C. (United Kingdom) – 2.93 (St Vincent & The Grenadines) – 3.93 SEA EAGLE 1 – 1.96 NORTH MED (Barbados) – 12.96 TRAMP (Belize) – 12.97 (St Vincent & The Grenadines)

Casualty reports from IHSF:

  • STRANDED OFF WICKLOW HEAD AT 0600 HRS, ON 9/3/89 IN HEAVY WEATHER AND ABANDONED BY CREW. REFLOATED AND TOWED INTO WICKLOW HARBOUR LATER SAME DAY. SAILED FOR DAGENHAM, WHERE ARRIVED 18/3/89. NO DETAILS OF DAMAGE, IF ANY, REPORTED.CREW RESCUED BY HELICOPTER. (Voyage From Drogheda / Voyage To Wisbech – Cargo Status
    Loaded Cargo Cement).
  • SUSTAINED GEAR-BOX FAILURE IN LAT. 49 41N., LONG. 05 39W., ON 19/2/97. ARRIVED NEWPORT IN TOW ON 22/2/97. REPAIRS WERE EFFECTED. VESSEL SAILED NEWPORT ON 23/4/97. (Voyage From Safi / Voyage To Newport, Gwent – Cargo Status Loaded Cargo Fertiliser; 1650 T).
  • IN COLLISION WITH MV ‘VIOLA III’ (IMO 7029201) AT KM 30.5, KIEL CANAL, GERMANY ON 29/01/06 AFTER MACHINERY FAILURE IN DENSE FOG. SUBSEQUENTLY REPAIRED AND RETURNED TO SERVICE.PROCEEDED TO KIEL HARBOUR FOR INVESTIGATION AND REPAIR WORK TO BOW. NO INJURIES OR POLLUTION REPORTED. (Voyage From Amsterdam / Voyage To Norrkoping – Cargo Status Unknown). Please see: http://7seasvessels.com/?p=152044
  • STRUCK LOCK GATE WHILST MANOEUVRING IN THE KIEL CANAL AT HOLTENAU, GERMANY IN LAT. 54 22N., LONG. 1009E., AT 2152 HOURS LT ON 27/10/07. SUBSEQUENTLY REPAIRED AND RETURNED TO SERVICE.SUSTAINED DAMAGE TO PORT BOW ABOVE THE ANCHOR. NO INJURIES OR POLLUTION REPORTED. PROCEEDED TO KIEL, GERMANY WHERE REPAIRS WERE EFFECTED. (Voyage From Amsterdam / Voyage To Falkenberg – Cargo Status Unknown).

Disposal Data: 5.2010 – Status changed to Broken Up – Broken Up by Unknown Shipbreakers of Aliaga in Turkey.

VIKINGBANK – 2012 – IMO 9604184

Vikingbank - IMO 9604184-pre-launch

© Frits Olinga of Delfzijl – Newly built VIKINGBANK on 23. Feb.2012 – Built by Scheepswerf Ferus Smit B.V., Westerbroek, Yard-No.406 – Launch expected by 10. March 2012.

Vikingbank - IMO 9604184-17-4-A

Vikingbank - IMO 9604184-17-4-B

Vikingbank - IMO 9604184-17-C-B

© Frits Olinga of Delfzijl – 17-04-2012 Delfzijl.

IDNo: 9604184 – Year: 2012 – Name: VIKINGBANK – Keel: 26.5.10 – Type: Cargo ship – Launch Date: 17.3.12 – Flag: NLD – Date of completion: 20.4.12 – GRT: 6600 – DWT: 12000 – Yard No: 406 – Length overall: 142.65 – LPP: 139.43 – Country of build: NLD – Beam: 15.87 – Builder: Ferus Smit of Westerbroek.

Machinery Overview: 1 oil engine reduction geared to screw shaft driving 1 CP propeller at 159 rpm – Total Power: Mcr 4,000kW (5,438hp), Csr 3,400kW (4,623hp) – Service Speed: 14.50kts.

Prime Mover Detail: Design: MaK, Engine Builder: Caterpillar Motoren GmbH & Co. KG – Germany – 1 x 8M32C, 4 Stroke, Single Acting, In-Line (Vertical) – 8 Cy. 320 x 480, Mcr: 4,000 kW (5,438 hp) at 600 rpm.

Subsequent History: TBUX

 

 

PRESIDENT TYLER – 1961 – IMO 5284091

PRESIDENT TYLER - IMO 5284091

© Chris Howell Collection by arrangement – Airfoto neg – scan permission Keith Wood – Malacca Straits 1975.

IDNo: 5284091 – Year: 1961 – Name: PRESIDENT TYLER – Type: Cargo ship (ref) – Launch Date: 20.12.60 – Flag: USA – Date of completion: 8.61 – GRT: 13223 – DWT: 14048 – Yard No: 5489 – Length overall: 171.8 – Ship Design: C4-S-1qb – LPP: 161.1 – Country of build: USA – Beam: 23.3 – Builder: Bethlehem Pacific Coast – Location of yard: San Francisco.

Machinery Overview: 1 turbo electric steam turb. double reduction geared to screw shaft driving 1 FP propeller – Total Power: Mcr 14,159kW (19,251hp) – Service Speed: 20.00kts.

Prime Mover Detail: Design: Unknown, Engine Builder: Bethlehem Steel Corp – USA – 1 x Unknown, Mcr: 14,159 kW (19,251 hp) at 0 rpm.

Subsequent History: [L as PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT] – 80 PRESIDENT

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“Source : Miramar Ship Index, by arrangement”

Disposal Data: BU Vallejo 8.3.11 [Allied Defense Recycling]

MERCANDIAN SKY – 1975 – IMO 7361738

MERCANDIAN SKY - IMO 7361738

On the Tyne.

MERCANDIAN SKYxawTees Dock, circa August 1976 (WSS Teesside Branch Albert Weller slide collection)

PEP ANTARES - IMO 7361738

© Peter William Robinson of Goole.

IDNo: 7361738 – Year: 1975 – Name: MERCANDIAN SKY – Type: Cargo ship – Flag: DNK – Keel: 10.74 – Launched: 11.3.75 – Date of completion: 19.4.75 – GRT: 1599 – DWT: 4152 – Yard No: 196 – Length overall: 89.8 – LPP: 83.2 – Country of build: DEU – Beam: 13.6 – Builder: Brand of Oldenburg.

Machinery Overview: 1 oil engine geared to screw shaft driving 1 FP propeller – Total Power: Mcr 1,759kW (2,392hp).

Prime Mover Detail: Design: Alpha, Engine Builder: MAN B&W Diesel A/S – Denmark – 1 x 8L28/32A, 4 Stroke, Single Acting, In-Line (Vertical) – 8 Cy. 280 x 320, Mcr: 1,759 kW (2,392 hp) at 775 rpm, New engine 1988-00.

Subsequent History: 81 PEP ANTARES – 84 PAV TRADER – 86 PER TRADER – 86 PETRA II – 88 ARTAX – 89 TRAMARCO SAILOR (Norway NIS)  – 93 SAILOR – 94 PROGRESS LILY (Maldive Islands)

Disposal Data: BU Alang 31.1.11, beached 10.2.11 [International Steel Corp]

PEP NAUTIC – 1973 – IMO 7300772

From the private collection of Gustav Schneider.

IDNo: 7300772 – Year: 1973 – Name: PEP NAUTIC – Type: Cargo ship – Flag: DNK – Date of completion: 7.73 – GRT: 499 – DWT: 1407 – Yard No: 68 – Length overall: 71.0 – LPP: 66.0 – Country of build: DNK – Beam: 13.0 – Builder: Sønderborg Skibsværft of Sønderborg.

Machinery Overview: 1 oil engine driving 1 CP propeller – Total Power: Mcr 919kW (1,249hp) – Service Speed: 12.00kts.

Prime Mover Detail: Design: Alpha, Engine Builder: Alpha Diesel A/S – Denmark – 1 x 10V23HU, 4 Stroke, Single Acting, Vee – 10 Cy. 225 x 300, Mcr: 919 kW (1,249 hp) at 800 rpm.

Subsequent History: 80 NIAGA XXX – 1.80 (Indonesia) – ARUMBAI SATU – 7.04 LABEHU – 1.05 BINTANG SAMUDERA V – 9.13 In Service/Commission – TBUX