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Navy Pier, Chicago 1961

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Iino Line is the ' Muneshima Maru ' or similar sister, transferred to ' K ' Line in 1964

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Iino lines, now there's a familiar name for the past.

Astern of her I see the ubiquitous Bank Liner and a US Line ship.

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looks like Leanne... german flag.

I don't think that is a bank boat... 2 part name....
 

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Yes 'Kyrenia', I agree, on second thoughts I was wrong.

'Cisco' had it right i.e. a two word name whereas Bank line only had a one word name

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Actual name is LEANNA, IMO 5408790, built 1954 by H.C. Stülcken Sohn, Hamburg, yard no. 822 as Leanna.
Manager: Ahrenkiel & Bene, Hamburg.
Owners: Lea Schiffahrtsges.m.b.H., Hamburg.
Port of registration is clearly Hamburg. She became SHELIAK in 1962.
1898.00 Gross tonnage
1207.00 Net tonnage
3189.00 tonnes deadweight (1000 kg)

As SERTAN here: http://www.shipspotting.com/gallery/photo.php?lid=1610341

Her details and history according to Miramar:
IMO: 5408790
Year: 1954
Name: LEANNA
Flag: DEU
Type: Cargo ship
Launch Date: 3.9.53
Date of completion: 1.54
Tons: 1983
DWT: 3240
LPP: 77.0
Beam: 12.8
Country of build: DEU
Builder: H.C.Stulcken Sohn
Location of yard: Steinwerder
Yard No: 822
Speed(kn): 12

Subsequent History:
63 SHELIAK - 67 LEBANESE WAVE - 70 SERTAN - 71 ILIOS - 72 PLATANA - 79 ALASSIA

End: 1992
Disposal Data:
deleted 1992
 

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