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KÖNIGIN LUISE

KÖNIGIN LUISE

Built 1896 by Vulcan Co., Stettin, Germany as KÖNIGIN LUISE. Tonnage: 11,103.
Dimensions: 523' x 60'. Twin-screw, 15 knots. Two masts and two funnels.

Later names: Omar (Orient Lines), Edison (Byron Steamship Company). Broken up by shipbreakers after being sold to Italy in 1935.

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ps KÖNIGIN LUISE QGJR 17.10./16.3.1897 AG "Vulcan", Szczecin-B (232) /18.3.1897 according to other source 10566/6723 29933/19044 11100 159,43-18,34.10.64-11.58 m 2x4fE 640x970x1330x1920/1400 7000 7 15.0 2030 2 screws shipyard 148 (Pas.I=148 II=138 III=1940) 10785/6565 30543/18592 - (U October 1911) (19.3.1897) "Queen Luise" N D L, Bremen (DEU). 1.4.1919 delivered to England. The Shipping Controller (Orient SN Co. Ltd.) London (GBR). January 1921 "Omar" as KR, London. July 1924 "Edison" Byron SS Co. Ltd. (M. Embericos) London. July 1929 National SN Co. of Greece, Piraeus (GRC). 15.1.1933 to Piraeus and issued. July 1935 sold
for demolition to Italy, which will be completed by September in Genoa.
 

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