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STAN WOOLAWAY

STAN WOOLAWAY

Tonnage: 278 grt
Dimensions: 43.3 x 7.9 x 2.4 m
Material: steel
Engine: 1 diesel engine, single shaft, 1 screw
Power: 273 h.p. (rhp)

On March 13th, 1967, the British sand- and gravel suction dredger STAN WOOLAWAY, built in 1955 by Van Der Werf, Deest and owned at the time of her loss by Wool

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Hi
Did they raise her and she was renamed Ron Woolaway and had blisters added to each side
Granty
 

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Ron Woolaway was a sister ship.
 

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You have to wonder why they didn't fit sponsons to her as they did when Ron Woolaway was raised after capsizing. Ironic, given that Stan Woolaway was involved with the recovery of Ron Woolaway.

Ron Woolaway ran to Newhaven for years. http://www.ournewhaven.org.uk/page_id__2385.aspx
 

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