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MALENE SIF – 1994 – IMO 9050412

Malene Sif - 26 jul 1999

© Roberto Smera – Santos 26.07.1999.

IDNo: 9050412 – Year: 1994 – Name: MALENE SIF – Keel: 6.4.93 – Type: Tanker – Launch Date: 15.11.93 – Flag: DNK (DIS) – Date of completion: 8.2.94 – GRT: 6544 – DWT: 9214 – Yard No: P065 –  Length overall: 116.6 -LPP: 110.6 – Country of build: KOR – Beam: 19.0 – Builder: Hyundai of Ulsan.

Machinery Overview: 1 oil engine double reduction geared to screw shaft driving 1 CP propeller at 118 rpm – Total Power: Mcr 4,050kW (5,506hp), Csr 3,650kW (4,963hp) – Max. Speed: 15.50kts, Service Speed: 14.10kts.

Prime Mover Detail: Design: MaK, Engine Builder: Krupp MaK Maschinenbau GmbH – Kiel – 1 x 6M552C, 4 Stroke, Single Acting, In-Line (Vertical) – 6 Cy. 450 x 520, Mcr: 4,050 kW (5,506 hp) at 500 rpm.

Subsequent History: [Newbuilding price $25,000,000] – 1995 (cv to vegetable oil/wine tanker) – 3.98 (Singapore) –  01 SICHEM MALENE – 11.02 SICHEM PANDORA (Isle Of Man) – 2.05 (Singapore) – 12.05 (Malta) – 9.11 (Liberia) – 11 BREEZY NAVIGATOR – 9.12 GULF ADVENTURE (Panama) – TBUX

BRUNHOLM – 1958 – IMO 5054173

MASTHOLM - IMO 5054173

BRIHAV - IMO 5054173

© Charlie Hill of Swinefleet near Goole.

IDNo: 5054173 – Year: 1958 – Name: BRUNHOLM – Type: Cargo ship – Launch Date: 19.4.58 – Flag: NOR – Date of completion: 6.58 – GRT: 299 – DWT: 559 – Yard No: 460 – Length overall: 44.1 – LPP: 39.6 – Country of build: NOR – Beam: 8.6 – Builder: Westermoen of Mandal.

Machinery Overview: 1 oil engine driving 1 FP propeller – Total Power: Mcr 287kW (390hp) – Service Speed: 10.00kts.

Prime Mover Detail: Design: MaK, Engine Builder: Maschinenbau Kiel AG (MaK) – Kiel – 1 x MSU423, 4 Stroke, Single Acting, In-Line (Vertical) – 6 Cy. 290 x 420, Mcr: 287 kW (390 hp).

Subsequent History: 65 ASKHOLM – 68 MASTHOLM – 69 BRIHAV – 76 NAVA – 77 UHUD – 78 BERENICE II – 81 ATHINA

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Disposal Data: deleted 1995 – Continued Existence In Doubt.

ARKLOW SURF – 2000 – IMO 9218222

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© Benny Elbæk Dahl – Photo date: 02.05.2013 Køge.

IDNo: 9218222 – Year: 2000 – Name: ARKLOW SURF – Keel: 30.6.98 – Type: Cargo ship – Launch Date: 20.10.00 – Flag: NLD – Date of completion: 18.11.00 – GRT: 2316 – DWT: 3200 – Yard No: 294 – Length overall: 90.0 – LPP: 85.0 – Country of build: NLD – Beam: 12.6 – Builder: Barkmeijer of Stroobos.

Machinery Overview: 1 oil engine reverse reduction geared to screw shaft driving 1 CP propeller at 256 rpm – Total Power: Mcr 1,362kW (1,852hp) – Service Speed: 11.00kts.

Prime Mover Detail: Design: MaK, Engine Builder: MaK Motoren GmbH & Co. KG – Kiel – 1 x 8M20, 4 Stroke, Single Acting, In-Line (Vertical) – 8 Cy. 200 x 300, Mcr: 1,362 kW (1,852 hp) at 1,000 rpm.

Subsequent History: 12.12 BBS SURF (Bahamas) – TBUX

ROUEN – 1912 – IMO 0000000

Collection of Rick Cox

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1912, 1546grt, 89.0 x 10.5m, triple screw turbine steamer, 23.5 knots

Built by Forges et Chantiers de la Mediterrannee, Le Havre for Chemins de Fer de l’Etat Francais

Managed by the London, Brighton & South Coast Railway Company, Newhaven – Dieppe service

Requisitioned into French Navy as a Channel scout ship 1914

Bows blown off by a torpedo 29/12/1916, repaired

Served as a seaplane tender then as a troopship in the Mediterranean

Refitted in 1932, reduced to single funnel and accommodation plated-in

Took part in the Dunkirk evacuation May 1940

Seized by German forces at Le Verdun 30/08/1940 after running out of fuel

Became auxiliary cruiser NATTER then an experimental ship WULLENWEVER

Sunk by a mine in the Baltic 25/04/1943, refloated 08/1943

Found damaged at Kiel in 1945, returned to lay-up at Le Treport from 1945

Did not return to service, broken up at Dieppe in 1949

NEWHAVEN – 1911 – IMO 0000000

Collection of Rick Cox

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1911, 1888grt, 89.0 x 10.5m, steam turbines, 3 screws, 23.5 knots

Forges et Chantiers de la Mediterranée, Le Havre (347) for Chemin de Fer de l’Ouest, Newhaven – Dieppe service

Served in the French Navy as a scout ship and hospital ship, 1914-1920

Modernised in 1932 and reduced to a single funnel.

Took part in evacuations from Ostend, Cherbourg and St.Malo in May 1940. Rescued 1781 troops from Dunkirk in 3 voyages, 1-4 June 1940.

Captured by German troops at Bayonne 26/7/1940, became the assault ship SKORPION, later Patrol leader V.1601 then to the Baltic as accommodation ship DW067(BARBARA)

After final use as accommodation for Kiel University, returned to France but unfit for service.

Laid up at Treport from 08/1946, broken up at Ghent in 1949