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SAIMA

Norwegian timber carrier SAINA of 1914 anchored off Den Helder with a list of 26 degrees. Cause according to the newspapers was shifting of the deck cargo.
Built by Osbourne, Graham & Co., Sunderland, yard nr. 182 for Furness Withy as PENSACOLA. 2092 grt / 1268 nrt /
Later names: CLAPTON (1923),

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IMO / ID 1135906 , Dead.
Ship Type : General Cargo Ship.
Dim : Loa / Lpp x Beam - 279.2’ x 40.3’.
Built in 1914 by Osbourne, Graham & Co Ltd Sunderland United Kingdom as " PENSACOLA " for Furness, Withy & Co. Ltd. West Hartlepool United Kingdom.Launched 27/05, delivered in July.

Tonnage : grt / nrt / tdw - 2.113 brt, 1.274 nrt.3.300 tdw,
Machinery : Steam reciprocating triple exp. 3-Cyl (20,5’’–33,0’’–54,0’’, Stroke: 36,0’’) - 206 nhp.Built by Richardsons, Westgarth & Co. Ltd Sunderland United Kingdom.
Main Boiler : 2 Steam Boilers w/ 2 Corrugated Furnaces.Total Heating Area 3.400 ft2. Work Pressure 180 Psi.Built by Richardsons, Westgarth & Co. Ltd Sunderland United Kingdom.

1921 Sold to Arthur Capel & Co., Ltd., West Hartlepool, England.
1923 Sold to H. Harrison (Shipping), Ltd., West Hartlepool/London, England. Renamed " CLAPTON ".
1925 Sold to D/S A/S Saima (Bergmann & Hammer A/S), Bergen. Renamed " SAIMA ".
1927 Erling Hammer, Bergen became manager.
1929 D. Martens Nielsen, Bergen became manager.
1936 Sold to S. 2 x dampkjeler (boilers), hver med 2 fyrganger. Samlet heteflate 3.400 ft2. Arbeidstrykk 180 Psi. Bygget av Richardsons, Westgarth & Co. Ltd, Sunderland, England.Synodinos (Synodinos Bros.), Piraeus, Greece. Renamed " DANAPRIS ".
1941 Bombed and sunk 27/04 by German aircraft at Piraeus, Greece. Later refloated and broken up at Chalkis, Greece.




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