COPIOUS (WY170)

COPIOUS (WY170)

Postby Poyntonian » Sat Aug 22, 2015 4:48 pm

COPIOUS.jpg
12/8/2015


106gt, built 1982 by Campbeltown Shipyard.
Ex (LK985)-04, PLEIADES (BF576)-00, ALKAID (INS256)-96, ALKAID (UL257)-92.

Now yet another Guard Vessel.
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Re: COPIOUS (WY170)

Postby teesships » Wed May 11, 2016 6:38 pm

COPIOUS (LK985) is still in service as such.

Therefore, I believe COPIOUS (WY170) to be (details from Miramar)
COPIOUS (9395757), United Kingdom, 145gt, completed Parkol, Whitby, 4-2006

Whitby - 11 May 2016:
16107copious110516-NEM.jpg

See also: viewtopic.php?f=99&t=7058
and: viewtopic.php?f=97&t=18649

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Re: COPIOUS (WY170)

Postby northeast » Wed May 11, 2016 7:15 pm

By coincidence I was chatting to John McGrory at Goole today and he said he is now Chairman of Parkol .
Cheers, George
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Re: COPIOUS (WY170)

Postby RichardP » Sun May 15, 2016 7:35 pm

LK-985-Copious-240408.jpg
Hello,

Just to confuse matters...there have been three vessels named LK985 Copious in recent years. The second one is the one in the photo and she is now WY170. Poyntonian has the correct details. She was sold by her Lerwick owners and replaced by a new LK985 Copious that was built at Parkol. Teesships has the details for this vessel. This is the current LK985 and she is in Parkols dry dock at Whitby in this photo taken on 24/04/2008
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Re: COPIOUS (WY170)

Postby teesships » Sun May 15, 2016 9:23 pm

Richard,

Grateful thanks for keeping me right! I've got her now from 2005 LR:
COPIOUS (8214334), United Kingdom, 106gt, completed Campbeltown 7-1982
1982 ALKAID - 1996 PLEIADES - 2000 COPIOUS

Not yet in Miramar, but I will let Rodger know about her.

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