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Narenta - as shown and discribed below ?

Narenta - as shown and discribed below ?

IJN KOSEI MARU
E 1918:
Laid down by Workman, Clark & Co., Belfast as a War Standard G design ship, modified during construction. Scheduled name NEGANTI.
27 August 1918:
Launched and named NARENTA.
March 1919:
Completed as NARENTA for Royal Mail SP CO. with London as registered homeport. Built as a frozen meat carrier with refrigerated holds.

1939:
Sold to Nippon Suisan K.K. and renamed KOSEI MARU with Tokyo as registered homeport. Her GRT (gross registered tonnage) and NRT (net registered tonnage) respectively are 8,237-ton and 5, 956-ton [1] [2]

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Definitely not "Narenta" of 1919 which was a WW1 standard freighter of 8,266 grt.
As "Kosei Maru": http://www.combinedfleet.com/Kosei%20Maru%20Nippon%20Suisan.jpg

I'ts the mv "Narenta" (1934; 1,362 grt) of Adriatica Line (Venezia-Trieste-Dalmazia-Bari service).
https://adriatica.altervista.org/?id=34&lang=it
 

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