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PostPosted: Fri Jul 26, 2013 8:20 pm
by coasterman
SENTENCE on her trials on the River Humber


PostPosted: Wed Jan 11, 2017 4:25 pm
by Dennis Maccoy
Sentence at Newecastle on 7 February 1982.
Sentence, 7 February 1982_1_1.jpg


PostPosted: Fri Jun 16, 2017 2:40 pm
by tidesman
I.M.O. 7340916
O.N. 362318 992g 684n 1,643d. 67.67 x 11.79 x 3.98 metres.
8-cyl. 4SCSA (222 x 292mm) Blackstone ECSL8 type oil engine by Mirrlees Blackstone Ltd., Stamford. 999BHP.
5.1973: Keel laid by the Goole Shipbuilding and Repairing Co. Ltd., Goole (Yard No. 581).
26.3.1974: Launched
28.6.1974: Completed for The London and Rochester Trading Co. Ltd., Rochester.
31.5.1985: Sold to Reginald G. Mullett, Gillingham and renamed KERRY M.
7.9.1987: Sold to Carisbrooke Shipping Ltd., Cowes.
2.10.1987: Renamed BETTY C.
1990:Owner became Carisbrooke Shipping plc, Cowes.
1993: Sold to Wardwood Chartering Ltd., St.Vincent and the Grenadines and Onesimus Dorey (Shipowners) Ltd., Guernsey (Swinship Management B.V., Ridderkerk, Netherlands, managers) and renamed CORMORANT I.
1995: Sold to Onesimus Dorey (Shipowners) Ltd., Guernsey (Swinship Management B.V., Ridderkerk, Netherlands, managers).
1996: Sold to North and Mediterranean Sea Shipping Ltd., Gibraltar, renamed EAST MED and registered in Barbados.
1996: Sold to Pacific Marine Shipping Co. (Michelis Spyros, manager), Karystos, Greece, renamed SUPER GEORGIA and registered in Greece.
4.2007: Renamed DIAMOND 1.
17.10.2007: Whilst outwardfrom Thessaloniki with a cargo of coal, foundered in position 40.37 north by 22.54 east following a collision with the Panama-flag motor bulk carrier DUBAI GUARDIAN (25,939/1997) one mile south of Thessaloniki.