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Bermuda

Bermuda, built 1927 by Workman, Clark at Belfast for Furness Bermuda Line. This unlucky ship was severely damaged by fire at Hamilton, Bermuda in June 1931. Returned to her builders for repair where she again caught fire in November 1931 and was destroyed. Whilst her hulk was being towed to the

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She was a very fine ship. Sad she was lost. Very modern for her time. Her engines were saved and were put in one for the Bank Line liner... INCOMATO or INCHANGA.
 

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Two of her four Doxford Motors were used by the Andrew Weir passenger-cargo ship "INCOMATi". The other two of her sisters were fitted with new Sulzer motors. These were the "ISIPINGO" and "INCHANGA" Two Bermuda Doxford motors unaccounted for. Any ideas?
 

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