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Cargo Ship Type: Liberty. EC2-S-C1; MCE-2350.



Ship’s Yard: J. A. Jones Construction Co. Inc., of: Brunswick, U. S. A. Hull N°: 135



DWT: 10.778

GRT: 7.255 NRT: 4.372



LOA: 129,81 Mts. B: 16,76 Mts. D: 11,38 Mts. Draught: 8,16 Mts.



Cargo Gear: Derricks: 1 x 50 tons; 1 x 15 tons; 10 x 5 tons.



Main Engine:

An alternative triple expansion steam engine; 3 cylinders (24 ½; 37; 70 x 44”); General Machinery Corp., Hamilton, U. S. A.



Boilers: 2 Aquotubular, 15,5 bar. 2.500 CVi. Propellers: 1 Speed: 11 Knots.



31 January 1944. Keel laid up for U. S. Maritime Commission.



16 March 1944. Launched for Ministry of WarTransport, Londres. Bautizado Samfairy. (Flag U. K.)



28 March 1944. Delivered.



1944. Operated by Halding& Phillips Ltd., London.



1947. Sold to Eastern Seas S. S. Co. (S. G. Embiricos), London. Renamed Admiral Cunningham. (Flag: U. K.)



1952. Sold to Sociedad Financiera de Bienes Raíces S. A., Puerto Limón. Renamed Aello. (Flag Costa Rica)



1955. Sold to Compañía Naviera Escorial S. A. (A. Embiricos K.), Puerto Limón. Renamed Kymo. (Flag Costa Rica)



1961. Same owner. Renamed Kymo. (Flag: Greece)



1965. Sold to Concord Trading Corp. (Ormos Shipping Co.). Renamed Euthalia. (Flag Greece)



December 1968. Vessel scrapped at Onomich, Japón.
 

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