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Old 19th January 2020, 12:11
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Good morning my name is Ruud and I am from the Netherlands.
I am looking for coasters who have had a collision or have stranded.

Greetings Ruud.
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Old 19th January 2020, 13:23
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Welcome on board Ruud, enjoy the site..

Cheers Frank
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Old 19th January 2020, 13:45
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Welcome, Ruud. We had another "Ruud" on the site, a one armed cook who was a prolific poster. Unfortunately, he died a few years ago but he's not forgotten. Hope you enjoy posts.

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Old 22nd January 2020, 00:59
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Welcome, Ruud. We had another "Ruud" on the site, a one armed cook who was a prolific poster. Unfortunately, he died a few years ago but he's not forgotten. Hope you enjoy posts.

John T
Welcome to the site Ruud. As Trotterdom says, we had another Ruud on the site years ago He was a real Dutch coaster man, never forgotten, as John T said. We exchanged many an e-mail especially about the Paris traders. Enjoy the trip. Alec...
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Old 22nd January 2020, 01:34
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A Dutch coaster named Thuroklint was rammed and beached in Harwich harbour in the early 70s. I believe she was sold as a wreck and taken to Palmers yard at Gravesend. She was repaired there and becomes Sully's Subro Viking. She was always kept in immaculate condition whenever I saw her. I saw her on Palmers slipway in about 1971 when I was mate of Cranfields motor barge Gladys. There was a picture in the East Anglian Daily times newspaper at the time of the collision sitting on Trimley mudflats at Felixstowe. She should be easy to find more info on. Good luck
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Old 22nd January 2020, 09:32
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Lisbet Turkol

A coaster we used to come across frequently on the Bonny River in the 70s.
I heard that when she returned to Denmark she was wrecked.
Anyone any info on this ship?
She was Danish.
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Old 22nd January 2020, 16:34
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Hello Ruud. hope this is of some use to you my Son was among those rescued, the MV Hoop a british coaster took them from the liferaft and on to Hamburg, at the time the weather was to much for the German and Netherland lifeboats. The vessel was salvaged and re flagged by the French and is now a dredger.
the 26-09-1986 Delfzijl shipyard Niestern Sander.B.V.
Shipyard:Yorkshire D.D.Co.Ltd.at Hull.(290)
build 1985 for Garth Shipping Co.Ltd.at Cardiff.(GFGN)
1985-03-nov.sank about twenty miles off Borkum in a position 53.45N,06.18E after her cargo of steel had shiffted during a voyage from Hamburg to Seaham.Her crew was saved.
1986-24-sep.arrived at Dukegat anchorage on River Eems near Port of Eemshaven.
1986-26-sep.at Delfzijl by Niestern Sander B.V.
later trading as "Hendrika"
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Old 24th January 2020, 04:32
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Welcome to the site Ruud. As Trotterdom says, we had another Ruud on the site years ago He was a real Dutch coaster man, never forgotten, as John T said. We exchanged many an e-mail especially about the Paris traders. Enjoy the trip. Alec...
Ruud was a hell of a good poster, dont know if he could cook but his photos was top of the line.
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