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· Date: Mon, 9 April 12 · Views: 91
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Freddy01
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Registered: December 2010
Location: Brussels
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Tue, 10 April 12 06:21

Could it be the Brazilian « all round supply ship » n/m ONZE DE MAIO I (means 11 of May), sailing with goods and tourists between Gurupá and Belem (Brazil ?
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davidships

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Sat, 5 May 12 20:40

Definitely the ONZE DE MAIO I that is on the regular run between Parintins, Belém and Manaus. It's the slow one that stops everywhere over eleven days - the schedule is on page two of http://www.antaq.gov.br/portal/pdfSi...0000000372.pdf

She is owned by Enart Transportes Ltda (Erlon Rocha), Santarém.

Apart from her now having Scania engines, I cannot find anything of her previous history - many of these steamers originally came from the UK, particularly the Clyde.
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