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KING HORSE ex Navua

details as per Brent Chamber's photo of Navua posted 29/10

Built: 1955 Henry Robb Ltd, Leith as NAVUA

Owners: UnionSSCo of NZ

1972: Sold to Guan Guan Shipping PTE) Ltd, Singapore

r/n King Horse

1985: Sold to Nan Wah Enterprise, Honduras, r/n Kin Horse I

1992: Out of register--reported to Lloyds as seen at Singapore a year after she was reported as being broken up.

( this last detail I was previously unaware of)
· Date: Fri, 31 October 08 · Views: 265
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Paul J Burke

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Registered: May 2006
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Sat, 8 November 08 05:10

Great shots of all the ex Union Coy ships Graham, looks like they were all taken in Singapore??? They certainly built solid ships in those days, and a lot of them lasted close to 30 yrs.
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