Great picture of her Duncan, do you know where it was taken and why she's 'dressed overall' ? Caltex Madrid, O/N 5058595, was launched on 11.6.60 by John Cockerill S.A., Hoboken, (Yard No 803), for Mij. tot Financiering van Bedrijfspanden N.V., managers Nederlandsche Pacific Tankvaart Mij. N.V. Completed in March 1961 she was 48,211 DWT, 735' 1" LOA, Breadth 105' 5¾", Summer Draught 37' 8¼". Powered by 2 Westinghouse steam turbines by builder geared to a single shaft. 17,000 hp @ 97.5 rpm, service speed 16.5 knots. Tanks 11C & 22W, single pump room housing 3 main cargo pumps and a separate stripping system, max. discharge. 6,840 t.w./hr. Butterworth portable tank cleaning system. Managers changed in 1969 to Chevron Tankers (Netherland) N.V. and she was renamed Chevron Madrid. She spent the rest of her life with Chevron going to the breakers in Kaohsiung on 11.9.81.