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A shipping scene from Port Tampa, Florida with an unknown ship off - loading wood. Edit: Canadian Transport laid up at Tampa, Florida before being taken to Spain for demolition.

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· Date: Fri, 13 September 19 · Views: 333
· Filesize: 43.0kb · Dimensions: 600 x 403 ·
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Keywords: Canadian Transport
Source of Image, If not your own: Florida Memory. Public Domain Photo.
Location Photo was taken: Port Tampa, Fla., USA.
Date photo was taken: 1972.
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David Wilcockson

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Sat, 14 September 19 08:51

Company Ore Carriers of Liberia, unless someone knows other wise, but can`t help with name.
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capkelly
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Sat, 14 September 19 10:40

Looks to be a T2 tanker conversion to a bulker ?
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Astra
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Sat, 14 September 19 11:14

The funnel looks very much like the one of Navios Maritime Holdings - perhaps a time chartered vessel from Ore Carriers of Liberia.

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Cisco

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Sat, 21 September 19 21:35

Navios for sure.... packed timber in foreground is co-incidental .... looks like she could be a 'self discharger'.

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Astra
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Sun, 22 September 19 00:58

Thank you Cisco.

You could be right. The ship is not off loading wood. She looks like a self discharging bulk carrier with a Navios funnel.

Ore Carriers of Liberia, I think, sometimes chartered bulk carriers to Navios Maritime Holdings.

Perhaps the closest, that we can get with this bulk carrier.

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Cisco

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Sun, 22 September 19 04:12

Apart from the funnel the configuration aft is very similar to Sinclair Petrolore. So one of Ludwigs... I don't think there too many self dischargers in his fleet.
http://www.naviearmatori.net/ita/foto-130100-1.html

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Cisco

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Sun, 22 September 19 04:23

Ka-ching!...'Canadian Transport'.... https://nashbulk.steamcheng.net/nashbulk.html .... ex 'OreTransport'.

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Astra
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Sun, 22 September 19 06:12

Thank you very much Cisco for your research and solving this vessel. Apparently the ship is laid up at Tampa, Fla. shortly before being taken to Spain for demolition.

Iíll edit the title to Canadian Transport and move the picture into the cargo ships gallery.

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