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STAVROS E. passing Portishead 26.9.70 Malcolm Cranfield.jpg

STAVROS E. passing Portishead 26.9.70 Malcolm Cranfield.jpg

The 1949 Malmo built tanker STAVROS E., owned by Stavros Eleftheriadis of Piraeus, is seen passing Portishead, inbound for Avonmouth exactly fifty years ago today, on 26th September 1970.

EX-BETH-62 (L.Gill-Johannessen, Oslo)

Later: 1970: AMURA - scrapped Kaohsiung 30.1.72

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IMO 5339406 , Dead.
Ship Type : Crude / Oil Product Tanker.
Dim : Loa / Lpp x Beam - 151.1 / 145.2 x 18.9 mtr.
1949 Built as BETH at Kockums Mekaniska Verkstads A/B, Malmö Sweden for A/S Bill ( Leif Gill-Johannessen Rederi A/S Oslo as manager ), Oslo Norway. Launched 22/02, completed in May. Building costs SEK 5.515.000. Began after delivery a 5 years timecharter to Eagle Oil & Shipping Co. Ltd. (Shell), London England United Kingdom for 23/0 per tdw.

Tonnage : grt / nrt / tdw - 8.630 / 5.131 / 13.270.
Main Engine : MAN, 2T Double Action 7-Cyl (600 x 1.100 mm.) - 4.500 bhp / 110 rpm. Built by Kockums Mekaniska Verkstads A/B Malmö, Sverige.
Aux.Engine : 2 x 200 kw.
Exh.Boiler : Economizer - 180 psi.
Aux.Boiler : 2 x Donkey Boiler - 180 psi.

1959 Laid up in Autumn. The non a 6 months charter to German charterers..
1960 Laid up in Vrengen for 6 months. Then on tripcharter to English charterers.
1962 Sold in Spring for a price like scrapvalue to Stavros Eleftheriadis ( Mediterranean Shipping Agency, Ltd Piraeus.) Piraeus Greece,renamed " STAVROS E ".
1970 Sold to Amur Transport Inc. Panama City Panama,renamed "AMURA ".
1972 Arrived 30/01 at Kaohsiung, Taiwan for demolition that began 10/03 by Hsieh Sheng Fat Steel Co. Ltd. and was completed 10/04.




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