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LR/IMO No. 5057711
CLONLEE
O.N. 301305. 643g. 292n. 183’ 0” x 31’ 9” x 12’ 3” oa
Post 1973: 616g. 312n. 183’ 0” x 37’ 8” x 12’ 2¾” oa
7-cyl. 2 S.C.S.A. (250 x 420mm) Polar M471 type by British Polar Engines Ltd., Glasgow. 545 bhp. 10 kts.
26.3.1959: Launched as CALCIUM by Goole Shipbuilding & Repairing Company Ltd., Goole (Yard No. 517), for Imperial Chemical Industries Ltd., (Alkali Division), Liverpool.
5.1959: Completed.
2.3.1965: Sold, for £64,500, to the Shamrock Shipping Company Ltd., (Charles S. Brown, manager), Larne, and renamed CLONLEE. Registered in Dublin she was operated on bareboat charter to George Bell (Chartering) Ltd & V. Nolan Ltd., of Dublin and sailed in George Bell and later Bell Lines’ funnel marking.
1973: Sold to Lee Shipping Ltd., (Normandie Dredging & Shipping Company Ltd., managers), Hull, widened, converted into a sand suction hopper dredger and renamed HUMBER LEE.
1976: Sold to Redland Purle Ltd., Rayleigh, Essex.
1982: Sold to Cleanaway Ltd., Rayleigh, Essex, and used as an effluent carrier.
28.12.1984: Delivered at Birkenhead to Stratford Shipbreakers Ltd., for demolition at Manchester.
1.1985: Work commenced.
 

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