Cunard Calamanda/Coronade

roadster
29th August 2007, 08:15
Anyone any photos of these vessels or any idea what happened to them?

gdynia
29th August 2007, 08:18
Cunard Calamanda as follows

78 IONIAN CARRIER - 87 ODIGITRIA B. - 87 MASTROGIORGIS B. - 95 BUYUK ANA - 01 YU

Broken up in Alang 18.12.01

Cunard Carronade as follows

78 OLYMPIC HISTORY - 87 CHARALAMBOS B. - 89 CHARALAMBOS - 90 CHARALAMBOS B. - 95 MERYEM ANA

Broken up in Alang 19.03.02

exsailor
29th August 2007, 11:11
Photo of 'Calamanda' at http://www.schiffspost.com/flotte_c07.htm
Click right arrow for photo of 'Carrnade' and other Cunard bulkers.

For the Cunard reefer boys - same link then click left to Page 4 for a photo of 'Carmania' (ex 'Orange' - one of my old ships) with Cunard funnel, then click to Page 3 for 'Carinthia'. Scroll down that page and see 4 reefers laid-up at Birkenhead.

Regards,
Dennis.

Flixtonian
2nd September 2008, 20:41
I sailed on Aeneas (ex Cunard Carronade) in `84/85 as 2/0, whilst she was operated by TMA of Monaco. I think she was Spanish built, and one of a series of 6? We traded mainly from Antwerp into the Great Lakes, steel inbound, grain out.
Good strong ship.