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BURGEMEESTER DEN TEX

BURGEMEESTER DEN TEX

Identification Data (Source: marhisdata.nl)
Year built: 1882
Category: Passenger-/cargo vessel
Propulsion: Steamship
Type: Passenger-/cargovessel
Type Deck: Spar deck
Masts: Three masts
Rig: Several auxiliary sails.
Material Hull: Iron
Decks: 3

Construction Data
Shipbuilder: John Elder & Co., Glasg

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Hello Gijsha,
On 14/10/1913, the Ile de France arrived in Marseille at the end of its last cruise and is disarmed. The Marquis of Urquijo has the intention to employ the ship for a service of pilgrims between Spain and the Holy Land. But on 04/04/1914, the Marquis de Urquijo signed a wind compromise for the benefit of Messrs Gaetano and Salvatore Bertorello. The sale to the benefit of the Marquis of Urquijo not being signed, the SGTM sold the 22/04/1914 the Ile de France to Mr. Emile Dabadie domiciled in Saint Jean de Luz. On 03/07/1914, Mr. Emile Debadie resells the steamer to Messrs Gaetano and Salvatore Bertorello. On 05/07/1914, the Ile de France is sailing from Marseille to Genoa under Italian flag and in tow from Liguria to be scrapped in this port.
Reagrds
Alain
 

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Very interesting Alain, thanks.
 

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