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BillH
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Fri, 22 May 20 06:55

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STEFAN BATORY
11,693g. 5,637n. 7,170d. 153.42 x 21.09 x 8.764 metres.
Two steam turbines manufactured in 1945 by General Elactric Co., Erie, double reduction geared to screw shaft, 8,500shp. 16.5 kts.
19.12.1950: Keel laid as DIEMERDIJK by Dok en Werf Mij. Wilton-Fijenoord N.V., Schiedam (Yard No. 733).
5.4.1952: Launched.
7.1952: Completed as MAASDAM for Holland America Line N. V. Holland.
1968: Sold to Polish Ocean Lines, Poland, and renamed STEFAN BATORY.
1988: Sold to Erne Compania Maritima S. A., (Hellenic - Polish Shipping & Trading Enterprises Ltd., managers) Panama.
1989: Purchased by City Shipping International Inc., (Stena Rederi, managers) Bahamas, converted into an accommodation ship for refugees, renamed STEFAN, permanantly moored and connected to all municiple services at Gothenburg.
1991: Sold to Courage Maritime S.A., (Marship (Services) Inc., managers) Greece.
17.9.1991: Arrived at Piraeus and laid up.
1992: Tony Travel & Agency Ltd., appointed as managers.
12.1996: Damaged by stranding.
22.3.2000: Arrived at Aliaga for demolition by Kalkavanlar.
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Sea Princess
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Registered: September 2005
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Fri, 22 May 20 11:02

A nice proportioned ship.
Alan
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Spanish Binnacle

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Sat, 23 May 20 04:27

I agree with Alan. Well proportioned design.

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Mario Sannino
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Mon, 25 May 20 15:29

Sorry but Stefan Batory, former Maasdam, was not a T.S.S. = Twin Screw Steamer but simply a T.S. = Turbo Ship as she had only one shaft with one screw and not two screws. Infact she and her sister Ryndam were initially designed as cargo ships but during their building it was decided to transform them into passenger ships. The reason for which it is often written that she had two turbines is due to the fact that she (and her sister Ryndam) had two turbines, one H.P. and the other L.P. , on a single shaft so a single group of turbines and not two groups of turbines, each for each separate shaft.
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