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WILLEM BARENDSZ

WILLEM BARENDSZ

Identification Data (Source: marhisdata.nl)
Year built: 1921
Nat. Official Number: 13996 ROTT 1921
Category: Tug
Propulsion: Steamship
Type: Tug
Standard Ship Type:
Material Hull: Steel
Decks: 1

Construction Data
Shipbuilder: Firma Jonker & Stans, Hendrik Ido Ambacht, Netherlands
Yardnumber: 146
Launch Date: 1921-00-00
Delivery Date: 1921-11-00

Technical Data
Engine Manufacturer: N.V. Alblasserdamsche Machinefabriek, Alblasserdam, Netherlands
Engine Type: Steam, Triple Expansion
Number of Cylinders: 3
Power: 1000
Power Unit: IHP (IPK)
Eng. additional info: 17, 27 1/2 & 45 1/4-30
Speed in knots: 11.00
Number of screws: 1

Gross Tonnage: 516.00 Gross tonnage
Net Tonnage: 63.00

Length 1: 151.40 Feet (British)
Beam: 29.10 Feet (British)
Depth: 14.00 Feet (British)

Ship History Data
Date/Name Ship 1921-11-00 WILLEM BARENDSZ
Manager: N.V. Bureau Wijsmuller, Scheepvaart-, Transport- & Zeesleepvaart Maatschappij, The Hague, Netherlands
Owner: N.V. Bureau Wijsmuller, Scheepvaart-, Transport- & Zeesleepvaart Maatschappij, The Hague, Netherlands
Homeport / Flag: Rotterdam / Netherlands

Date/Name Ship 1928-00-00 GANGES
Manager: N.V. Internationale Sleepdienst Maatschappij, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Owner: N.V. Internationale Sleepdienst Maatschappij, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Homeport / Flag: Rotterdam / Netherlands
Callsign: NSGF
Additional info: Call sign 1934: PEFO

Date/Name Ship 1940-07-00 LAZ 10
Date/Name Ship 1940-10-00 ZRD 10

Date/Name Ship 1945-00-00 GANGES

Date/Name Ship 1948-02-01 GANGES
Manager: N.V. Internationale Sleepdienst Maatschappij, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Owner: N.V. Internationale Sleepdienst Maatschappij, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Homeport / Flag: Rotterdam / Netherlands

Ship Events Data
1939-08-24: The GANGES was requisitioned by the Royal Netherlands Navy on 24 August 1939 and put into service as a patrol vessel Hr.Ms. BV 35. On 14 May 1940 at Stavenisse grounded and abandoned. On June 2, 1940 by the Germans made booty, refloated and brought to Vlissingen. Initially intended for Unternehmen Seelöwe, she was taken over by the Kriegsmarine Dienststelle Rotterdam on 2 July 1940 and put into service in July 1940 as LAZ 10 in Lazarettschiff. In October 1940 employed as ZRD 10 for the Nederlandsche Zeereddingsdienst. On 1 March 1941 transferred to the Nederlandsche Zeesleepdienst, sailed as BS I, later as ZSD I with Dutch crew. Transferring to Germany in September 1944, again as BS I for the Kriegsmarine, managed by Bugsier, Reederei- und Bergungs GmbH. in Dantzig, in May 1945 in Kiel. Returned to the Dutch government in October 1945, repaired and chartered to L. Smit & Co's International Towage Company, Rotterdam and sold to them on 1 February 1948.

1952-00-00: Final Fate: Partly scrapped at Krimpen a/d IJssel (The Netherlands) as from 7th March 1952. The hull was resold to Eisen-und Metall K.G. Lehr & Co. at Hamburg and scrapped.
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