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Old 8th June 2007, 13:08
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SD 14 - Liberty Ship Replacement

I was rooting through my files and came upon a monograph from 1976 by John Lingwood on the concept, design and production of SD 14 cargo vessels. These were designed in the 1960's to replace the aging WW II tonnage which was soon to go out of service. I guess these could have been one of the last success stories in British shipbuilding (Please no brickbats!). Does anyone have any views on the success (or not) of the design ? It seems from Lingwood's little book that a large number were built.

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The SD- 14 was a great workhorse, but as so often with British ideas too late. I sailed on the Dunelmia, the last with a conventional engine room. Great ship but even when new she was past her sell-by date. Its a shame but it was the same with the motercycle industry,the car industry and our engine builders. Even we the British seafareers were to slow to change. Just a shame but the way of the world.
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Surely,Wee John,the British seafarer can't be held responsible for the design of ships out of a Sunderland Shipyard!Most British Seamen in 60's were quite capable of working any vessel assigned them.Maybe the problem was that their advice was never sought when ships were being designed!!!
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I agree that in the 60's and early 70's the British seafarers, the companies and shipbuilders were good and I was proud to be a part of that, but we felt so superior to F.O.C ships, foreign crews and foreign shipbuilders we became compalacent.
As with the SD-14, cargo handling and ship practices were changing and the world was not going to pay a premium price for "British".
The SD-14 I sailed on was one of the best, well designed, well maintianed and run by a company that cared, but could not compete in a changing world.
If I could, I would turn the clock back and do my last few years on SD-14s but sadly those days have long gone.
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There is a large book available covering the history of these ships. It covers in detail each of the SD 14's from building to dimise. It also has a lot of excellant colour photographs inside. I would recommend this book to anyone with an interest in these ships. I think it was John Lingwood who wrote this book, but I will have to check at home. As someone has already mentioned, there were a large number of these ships built.

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The SD- 14 was a great workhorse, but as so often with British ideas too late. I sailed on the Dunelmia, the last with a conventional engine room. Great ship but even when new she was past her sell-by date. Its a shame but it was the same with the motercycle industry,the car industry and our engine builders. Even we the British seafareers were to slow to change. Just a shame but the way of the world.
John, that didn't just happen to the British. many were caught by the rapid changes, i.e. containers and bulkers versus regular geared cargo vessels.
Hapag was still building fast cargo liners only to sell them a few years later, Half the Dutch coaster fleet went up for sale within a few years in the early 70's...
Similar things happened to other industries in a variety of countries.
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Hawkeye,

I'll be very interested if you, or another member can find the details of this book on SD-14's.

I took two of this type out from Austin & Pickersgill, the first being Strathdare, which was sold to Ellerman's five days after leaving the UK on our maiden voyage. Five months later, we handed her over in Antwerp where she became the City of Exeter. I then had Strahdoon for a year. Both and the other three sisters had modified (improved) accommodation, and Velle cranes fitted at all hatches other than No.5. I found them to be very "stiff" ships, even when loaded with a general cargo ex-UK

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Tom et al.
There appear to be two books about SD14s by John Lingwood

"SD14 (The Great British Shipbuilding Success Story)" ISBN 0950004480. Published by the World Ship Society in 1976.

"SD14 The Full Story" Published by Ships in Focus in 2004.

There are two of each on Abebooks but none of them are terribly cheap I'm afraid.

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Smile Marconi Radio Officer mv. "Collin"/GOMF.

I joined the m.v. Collin/GOMF at South Shields. The Marconi gear was a consul fitting -- excellent gear. The Radar was so/so but we survived. I recall meeting the sister ship m.v Carrel/GOME in heavy weather in the N.Atlantic. We were both heading Baltimore/Philadelphia area from UK. We observed her take heavy seas and bulkhead bust in --- a wet bar room!. Later, on our way Duluth to Belfast, grain cargo, we were hit by force 11 gales and huge seas -- we lost all vents etc. but we got home safe although it was 10 days with little rest or sleep. The owners were Jardine Matheson of Hong Kong.Crew were from China and were excellent.

The "Collin" went to Greek owners in 1976. She was originally launched on 5th. May 1970.

I enjoyed my time on this ship. 73's & Slainte. Colman
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if any of you gents are interested, there was a card model kit of the SD14 manufactured a number of years ago by a company who sold it in 3 sections, of bow, centre and stern sections. they were of the full section ship, intended for going on the water under radio control, and where built as they would have been in the shipyard, with all internal bulkheads, spacers, double bottoms, etc, and when joined together made a full model with superstructure of approximately 80 inches long. She was a real work of art, and could actually be made on the kitchen table as the only tool needed was a sharp craft knife, steel rule and paper/card glue.They are still produced to this day by a company called Marcle Models( MB4), Finch Lane, Amersham ,Bucks, tel 01494 765910, web site www.marcle.co.uk I say now, I am nothing to do with this company , and am just passing on info.cheers.just checked on their web site, and the model is actually cheeper now than it was 21 years ago?and a picture of a finished sd14 is on the page site as well. very good value.

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I have The Full History of J.Lingwood ,is a very good book with superb colours
foto. It was interesting to find a similar book of "FREEDOM and FORTUNE TYPE!!!,All these 3 are my favourites ,unfortunately they will be disappeared
maybe which of them and in what years will be the last in life????
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Marconi Sahib,

Many thanks

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Hawkeye,

I'll be very interested if you, or another member can find the details of this book on SD-14's.

I took two of this type out from Austin & Pickersgill, the first being Strathdare, which was sold to Ellerman's five days after leaving the UK on our maiden voyage. Five months later, we handed her over in Antwerp where she became the City of Exeter. I then had Strahdoon for a year. Both and the other three sisters had modified (improved) accommodation, and Velle cranes fitted at all hatches other than No.5. I found them to be very "stiff" ships, even when loaded with a general cargo ex-UK

Tom
Reading some of the other replies to this thread, I think you may have enough details of the book. It would take me about two weeks to have replied, as the book is at home and I'm not.
I got mine from the Ian Allan bookshop in London, (Waterloo). The shipping magazines have adverts from this company (& others) regarding buying their books.
Hope you enjoy it.
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Here a list of SD14 and sisters

NAME YEAR BUILT TYPE BUILDER Yard .No IMO Nr. RENAME 1 RENAME 2 RENAME 3 RENAME 4 RENAME 5 RENAME 6 RENAME 7 RENAME 8 DISPOSAL YEAR REMARKS
NICOLA 1968 SD14 A&P 852 6806626 1979 AVLAKI 1979 GLASGOW 1986 SCRAPPED Kaohsiung 27 Oct 1986
SYRIE 1968 SD14 A&P 853 6810029 1978 AKRI 1980 ATHENA 1983 LOST 10 June 1983 abandoned and presumed sunk
DEGEDO 1968 SD14 A&P 854 6825531 1976 AEGIS ISLAND 1980 GOOD PATRIOT 1984 ANTWERP 1986 LIBERATOR A 1988 LORD VENKATA 1989 CAPTAIN NIKOS A 1992 SCRAPPED Alang 16 April 1992
VENTURER 1968 SD14 A&P 855 6901921 1977 AEGIS VENTURE 1980 GOOD DOLPHIN 1984 PRINCESS 1987 DIMI 1988 NIKOS A 1994 EKIMOGUN STAR 1995 GHULAM 1996 SCRAPPED Gadani Beach 19 Dec 1996
NICOLAOS D L 1969 SD14 A&P 856 6904454 1979 KAPTAMICHALIS 1984 EURCO BANNER 1986 BANNER 1988 ARMONIA 1988 LUCKY CARRIER 1990 ARGO CARRIER 1991 LOST Aground near Piraeus 18 April 1991 in heavy weather
CARINA 1969 SD14 A&P 859 6910025 1978 ALIOUSSA 1980 IO 1985 HYMETUS 1986 LOST 16 Nov 1986 abandoned and sank 17 Nov
ARIADNE 1969 SD14 A&P 860 6915843 1981 MICHELLE C 1985 PHEASANT 1993 REGISTRY CLOSED No report since 25 Oct 1993, but 2004 still in Lloyd's Register
JANEY 1969 SD14 A&P 861 7000011 1978 ARGOLIS 1980 ANAVISSOS 1983 MARINER 1986 PIGEON 1990 SUSAN SEA 1992 VIVARI No2 1992 ARMAS 1994 CREST 1995 SCRAPPED Chittagong 31 Jan 1995
RUPERT DE LARRINAGA 1969 SD14 A&P 862 6924002 1975 VERGRAY 1978 ATHERAS 1986 AGIA EFYMIA 1991 VIRGINIA 1991 LOST Wrecked 11 Dec 1991 in heavy weather
ARMADALE 1970 SD15 A&P 866 7022447 1981 DIDO 1985 TETI 1990 SCRAPPED 31 March 1989 abandoned after fire, 1990 broken up in China
MIGUEL DE LARRINAGA 1970 SD14 A&P 867 7028398 1975 VERGSTAR 1978 VARDIANI 1986 ATROTOS 1986 NISSOS KEFALLONIA 1989 HAE GUM GANG 1996 CITI VENTURE 1996 SCRAPPED Alang 12 Sept 1996
SAN GEORGE 1971 SD14 A&P 868 7033733 1992 SCRAPPED CTL 31 Dec 1991 after fire, scrapped 29 July 1992 Ryong
NEFOS II 1971 SD14 A&P 869 7103019 1980 GIANNIS M 1985 SIMOON 1987 TRINITY SIERRA 1997 NIMBERO 1997 SCRAPPED Alang 8 May 1997
BELLE ISLE 1971 SD14 A&P 870 7046209 1984 SAINTE MARTHE 1986 SARA H 1987 ALLMA 1988 BEIYUAN 1988 YUAN GUANG 1992 VAST OCEAN 1993 LOST Disappeared off Japan after 15 February 1993
DUNELMIA (1) 1971 SD14 A&P 871 7038599 1976 ARDENHALL 1981 MOOLCHAND 1989 MASHCO STAR 1992 DELTA 1992 DELTA II 1993/1994 SCRAPPED Mumbai 22 Sept 1993/94
DORTHE OLDENDORFF 1971 SD14 A&P 872 7109037 1988 SINFA 2002 SCRAPPED 13 December 2002 sailed for China to be scrapped
COSMONAUT 1971 SD14 A&P 873 7114721 1980 LADY ISABEL 1985 ISABEL MARIA 1991 DEA 1944 IDEA 1995 DORA 1995 AMORE 1996 SCRAPPED 25 April 1996 demolition began Chittagong
COSMOKRAT 1971 SD14 A&P 874 7118973 1979 DURBAN CARRIER 1981 IRINI II 1985 AVANTI 1999 SCRAPPED Alang 20 February 1999
COSMOPOLIT 1971 SD14 A&P 875 7122467 1976 HEINRICH ARNOLD SCHULTE 1977 PARANA STAR 1978 HEINRICH ARNOLD SCHULTE 1988 LAKE HURON 1989 AGIOS MARKOS 1991 KOS 1992 KONARAK 1993 YUE YANG 1996 REGISTRY CLOSED No report but 2004 still in Lloyd's Register
RAMON DE LARRINAGA 1971 SD14 A&P 876 7128734 1972 JADE BAY 1994 SANGITA 1994 SCRAPPED Alang 18 November 1994
IMME OLDENDORFF 1972 SD14 A&P 877 7207425 1987 LADY ARYETTE 1992 IVYEVERETT 1994 TECHMAT PIONEER 1997 BIN LOOTAH 1999 SCRAPPED Chittagong 19 July 1999
COSMOSTAR 1972 SD14 A&P 878 7213250 1974 STAR 1976 STAR I 1988 STAR 1991 CEDAR HILL 1992 CORMORANT 2000 SCRAPPED Alang 2 June 2000
NATAL 1972 SD14 A&P 879 7218644 1977 JOCASTA 1978 TIBATI 1984 TOPEGA 1985 ALIADRIKNI 1995 HARMONY BREEZE 1997 SCRAPPED Alang 23 May 1997
HILLE OLDENDORFF 1972 SD14 A&P 880 7224849 1987 LADY TRUDE 1988 LAKE TAHOE 1991 PANTOKRATOR CORFU 1993 FEAX 1996 SYBILLE 1996 GENESIS PIONEER 1999 SCRAPPED Mumbai 6 February 1999
SACHA 1973 SD14 A&P 881 7232391 1979 ERMIONI 1982 LORI R 1984 SAFIR 1989 LOST Grounded Saudi Arabia 12 Sept 1989, 19 Sept refloated but sank
TANGANYIKA 1972 SD14 A&P 882 7228259 1977 JUVENTUS 1978 NIGER BASIN 1981 INTEGRITY II 1983 CONCORDIA I 1986 DAMAAS 1987 LIA P 1997 SCRAPPED Alang 28 May 1997 demolition started
TOGO 1972 SD14 A&P 883 7300796 1976 CAPE PRIDE 1980 EPIMENIDIS 1984 EXPEDIENT 1996 JOIN CHEUNG 1999 SCRAPPED Alang 6 January 1999
SANTA CLIO 1973 SD14 A&P 884 7305423 1976 HOLSTENBEK 1979 TIGER BAY 1982 TOROS BAY 1987 SCRAPPED Kaohsiung 13 April 1987 begin demolition, after grounding on 22 Nov. 1996
WELSH TRIDENT 1973 SD14 A&P 885 7310272 1978 AGATE 1991 AGATE I 1992 SAIGON 2 2001 SCRAPPED Xinhui 5 June 2001
WELSH ENDEAVOUR 1973 SD14 A&P 886 7314890 1978 QUARTZ 1992 SAIGON 1 2001 SCRAPPED Xinhui 16 June 2001
PATRICIA M 1973 SD14 A&P 887 7324106 1973 MAKRA 1985 SELATAN 1995 NIKA II 1997 SCRAPPED Tuxpan 27 April 1997 demolition began
BABITONGA 1973 SD14 A&P 888 7329508 1974 VERMELHA 1974 PORTO ALEGRE 1979 GIORGIS 1989 LISSE 1991 TRIXIE 1993 OCEAN PILGRIM 1995 PANDA FAGET 1999 SCRAPPED Alang 29 January 1999
BELLE ROSE 1973 SD14 A&P 889 7340693 1983 BELLE 1991 KATERINA 1993 OCEAN HO 1999 JANGDAESAN 1999 LOST 22 July 1999 grounded off Karachi and later sunk
ATHANASSIA 1974 SD14 A&P 890 7340708 1985 LESVOS 1986 VRISSI 1996 GANNET 2000 SCRAPPED Alang 23 May 2000 demolition began
ANNA DRACOPOULOS 1974 SD14 A&P 891 7341867 1987 AVANCE 1988 ADVANCE 1993 OONC WINNER 1993 FLOATING MOUNTAIN 1998 SUN BRIGHT 2000 BRIGHT SEA 2001 SCRAPPED Mumbai 15 December 2001
HINRICH OLDENDORFF 1974 SD14 A&P 892 7341879 1981 HAPPY CHANCE 1991 MARTIN 1995 NIKA 1999 SCRAPPED Kolkata around 31 May 1999
EIBE OLDENDORFF 1974 SD14 A&P 893 7341881 1981 FAIR SPIRIT 2002 SCRAPPED Mumbai 11 December 2002 demolition began
CATHARINA OLDENDORFF 1974 SD14 A&P 894 7341893 1981 SPLENDID FORTUNE 1991 DELIGHT GLORY 1999 SCRAPPED Arrived Calcutta 12 September 1999 for breaking up
ARRINO 1974 SD14 A&P 895 7341908 1978 RUMIJA 1993 PRUDENT VENTURER 1995 GUARDIAN ANGEL 1998 SCRAPPED Alang 10 February 1998 arrived for breaking up
WESTLAND 1975 SD14 A&P 896 7341910 1982 NEDLLOYD WESTLAND 1983 PAMIT C 1991 TEPHYS 2000 REGISTRY CLOSED No report but 2004 still listed in Lloyd's Register
AJANA 1975 SD14 A&P 904 7393377 1976 CALIXTO GARCIA 1995 CALIX 1998 CANADIAN CHALLENGER 2002 REGISTRY CLOSED No report but 2004 still listed in Lloyd's Register
ANAX 1976 SD14 A&P 905 7393389 1978 HOJI YA HENDA 2003 SCRAPPED Lisbon
ORMOS 1976 SD14 A&P 906 7393391 1978 MEI JIANG 1998 LING HAI 18 1998 BAI AN 2 1998 JIN DA HAI 2004 still extant
EUROPEAN EXPRESS 1978 SD14 A&P 911 7422831 1984 AN LU JIANG 2004 SCRAPPED 15 May 2004 towed to sea and sank
AFRICAN EXPRESS 1979 SD14 A&P 912 7422843 1984 AN SAI JIANG 1999 YU JIA 2003 LOST 12 August 2003 sank in heavy weather
EMPROS 1978 SD14 A&P 1377 7610062 2003 TANIA 2004 still extant
CLUDEN (2) 1978 SD14 A&P 1378 7611559 1982 QING JIANG 2004 still extant
AEGIRA 1978 SD14 A&P 1379 7610074 1979 LUNDOGE Disabled Angola 1994, 2004 still in Lloyd's Register
SONG DUONG 1978 SD14 A&P 1380 7611561 L/as DALWORTH, 2004 still extant
FUNING 1978 SD14 A&P 1381 7607481 1982 PING JIANG 2004 still extant
KIFANGONDO 1979 SD14 A&P 1382 7610086 1999 TANGO D 2001 ARGO STAR 2001 SCRAPPED L/as SEA HAWK, 9 September 2001 arrived Gadani Beach for breaking up
GRAND FAITH 1980 SD14 A&P 1383 7607493 1984 AN YANG JIANG 2004 still extant
THAI BINH 1980 SD14 A&P 1384 7611573 2004 still extant
BRONTE 1979 SD14 A&P 1385 7614719 1983 AN DONG JIANG 1990 SAFE STAR 2001 AN DONG JIANG 2004 still extant
DERWENT 1979 SD14 A&P 1386 7614721 1982 MOUNTAIN AZALEA 1988 EVPO AGSIMONE 1991 HANBONN CONCORD 1995 ALBA SIERRA 2002 SCRAPPED Alang 21 November 2002 demolition started
BROWNING 1979 SD14 A&P 1387 7614733 1983 AN FU JIANG 1990 FORTUNATE STAR 1999 OCEAN JOIN 2004 EVER BRIGHT 2007 EVER ACCESS
LUCNAM 1980 SD14 A&P 1388 7614745 2001 LOST 10 July 2001 sank near Sandheads after taking water
BOSWELL 1979 SD14 A&P 1389 7614757 1983 SHUN YI 2002 XI RUN No report since 2001 but 2004 still listed in Lloyd's Register
TO LICH 1980 SD14 A&P 1390 7714769 2003 STURDY FALCON ?? 2004 still extant
BELLOC 1979 SD14 A&P 1391 7614771 1981 PIVA 1992 RIO B 2000 PANGANI 2007 TOUGH TRADER 2004 still extant
GOOD FAITH 1979 SD14 A&P 1394 7640354 1998 SECIL KIAAT 1999 GOOD FAITH 1999 REEDBUCK 2002 SPRINGBOK 2003 SPRING ?? 2004 still extant
FUTURE HOPE 1979 SD14 A&P 1395 7640366 1993 NORD HOPE 1995 LIAN NONG 1977 DONG FANG 66 2002 REGISTRY CLOSED No report since 1995 but 2004 still listed in Lloyd's Register
GLOBE TRADER 1980 SD14 A&P 1396 7640378 2000 IMPALA 2004 RYONG GANG 2 2004 still extant
DARYA LOK 1980 SD14 A&P 1397 7628423 1991 HANBONN BROTHER 1999 EASTERN BRIGHT 2003 SHUN YUAN 6 2004 still extant
JADE II 1980 SD14 A&P 1400 7822380 1987 SCOTIAN EXPRESS 1993 SAIGON 3 2004 still extant
JADE III 1980 SD14 A&P 1401 7628411 1987 SCANDINAVIAN EXPRESS 1996 SEAWAY 1998 SAIGON 5 2002 REGISTRY CLOSED 2004 still listed in Lloyd's Register
HUN JIANG 1981 SD14 A&P 1403 8000159 2004 still extant
MURREE 1981 SD18 A&P 1407 8000161 1989 LOST Sank in English Channel 28 Oct 1989
KAGHAN 1981 SD18 A&P 1408 8000173 2004 SCRAPPED Gadani Beach 20 January 2004
AYUBIA 1981 SD18 A&P 1409 8000185 2001 SCRAPPED Gadani Beach 2001
YUAN JIANG 1981 SD14 A&P 1414 8000168 2004 still extant
UNITED ENTERPRISE 1982 SD14 A&P 1415 8102086 1987 TRADE FAIR 1988 FAREAST BEAUTY 1992 FAR EAST 2001 REGISTRY CLOSED 2004 still listed in Lloyd's Register
UNITED EFFORT 1982 SD14 A&P 1416 8102098 1987 ATLANTIC III 1990 IVORY 1990 IVORY K 1990 LOST Abandoned and sank 27 Aug 1990 off Angola
UNITED DRIVE 1982 SD14 A&P 1417 8102103 1987 ATLANTIC IV 1989 PAL BAY 1994 PETRA WAVE 1996 CHIAN WAVE 1999 CHANG PING 2004 still extant
UNITED SPIRIT 1982 SD14 A&P 1418 8102115 1987 TRADE FREEDOM 1988 FAREAST CHEER 1991 SEA CORAL 1995 NAVAL LADY 2001 CHAO YANG 2003 HYANG RO BONG 2004 still extant
SUNDERLAND VENTURE 1983 SD14 A&P 1426 8207953 1985 ROSE ISLANDS 1999 ODELIS 2006 THEOFILOS
MIMIS N PAPALIOS 1968 SD14 B 410 6803117 1980 GOOD SUN 1984 WAVE CREST 1995 SCRAPPED Arrived Alang 20 Dec 1994 and scrapped 1January 1995
GEORGE N PAPALIOS 1968 SD14 B 411 6811164 1980 GOOD LORD 1984 WEHSIEN 1985 SCRAPPED Missile damage 25 Oct 1984 and scrapped at Gadani Beach 29 April 1985
CAPETAN GIANNIS 1968 SD14 B 413 6822010 1979 AGIA SKEPI 1990 GIGI F 1992 FAROS 1993 SCRAPPED Alang 22 July 1993
ITHAKI 1968 SD14 B 414 6828193 1981 DANIELLA 1985 HELIOPOLIS 1986 PALAWAN 1986 SCRAPPED Gadani Beach 10 May 1986
CAPETAN MANOLIS 1969 SD14 B 415 6911067 1978 VARUNA KACHHAPI 1992 SCRAPPED Mumbai 15 Feb 1992
CORFU ISLAND 1968 SD14 B 416 6904492 1974 LOYALTY 1993 SCRAPPED War loss 1980 Iraq-Irani war, scrapped India 1993
SKLERION 1969 SD14 B 417 6915910 1985 SAMAR EXPRESS 1988 SALEM NINE 1994 SCRAPPED Chittagong 29 April 1994
PRODROMOS 1969 SD14 B 418 6924038 1971 IOANNIS S 1975 JUANITA HALKIAS 1982 RECALADA LIGHT 1985 SAFARI III 1987 SCRAPPED Kaohsiung 25 May 1987
VIRTUS 1969 SD14 B 419 6928254 1981 POMONA 1985 XIN HAI TENG 2004 still listed in Lloyd's Register
SAINT FRANCOIS 1970 SD14 B 420 7002631 1984 CAPITAINE KERMADEC III 1987 HAI HING 1994 SCRAPPED Alang 19 November 1994
SEA MOON 1970 SD14 B 421 7006156 1978 MYRTOS 1986 AGIOS GERASSIMOS 1996 SCRAPPED Arrived Alang 20 July 1996
CARREL 1970 SD14 B 422 7012648 1976 NIGER VALLEY 1981 HONESTY II 1984 URANIA 1986 THUNDER 1986 SCRAPPED Arrived Gadani Beach 23 Dec 1986
COLLIN 1970 SD14 B 423 7017741 1976 GIANNIS XILAS 1983 BROTHER 1986 AL HAFIZU 1999 SCRAPPED Arrived Mumbai 4 January 1999
SAINT PAUL 1970 SD14 B 424 7025621 1984 CAPITAINE COOK III 1987 HAI MENG 1994 SCRAPPED Alang 30 Oct 1994
MARIA 1970 SD14 B 425 6505961 1983 MAR COURRIER 1999 SCRAPPED Arrived Mumbai 26 August 1999
ERAWAN 1971 SD14 B 426 7038604 1979 CAPE RION 1981 TORTUGAS 1981 ANANGEL CHAMPION 1993 RANA 1994 MANTIS 1997 MARTINA 2000 SCRAPPED Chittagong 2000
MOLDOVA 1971 SD14 A&PSD 427 7048099 1976 JALAPUTRA 1989 SCRAPPED Bombay 2 Febuary 1989
SANTA VASSILIKI 1971 SD14 A&PSD 429 7104180 1976 JOSEF ROTH 1985 LILY 1989 LIAN FENG 1993 SHU DE 2004 still listed in Lloyd's Register
SANTA KATERINA 1971 SD14 A&PSD 429 7112395 1975 THOMAS ROTH 1984 GOLDEN ANTWERP 1987 RAINBOW PRIDE 1992 MERRYTRANS 1997 MANDARIN OCEAN 1998 SCRAPPED Calcutta 7 January 1998 demolition commenced
SANTA ARTEMIS 1971 SD14 A&PSD 430 7118985 1972 LOST Sank on maiden voyage after collision 7 Jan 1972
SANTA MAJA 1972 SD14 A&PSD 431 7124702 1976 CLAUDIA KOGEL 1985 AL JOHFFA 1996 LOST Scuttled off Santos 25 Mar 1996 after dragging anchor in heavy weather
LONDON GRENADIER 1972 SD14 A&PSD 432 7205805 1979 FIRST JAY 1986 SIMARA EXPRESS 1994 TIAN YUAN XING 1996 AN SHUN 1997 AN TAI 1997 LOST 23 November 1997 started listing and sank, 2001 vessel salvaged
LONDON FUSILIER 1972 SD14 A&PSD 433 7213187 1979 NEW WHALE 1985 HER LOONG 1987 SCRAPPED Valencia 4 August 1987
OCEAN ENVOY 1972 SD14 A&PSD 434 7221237 1997 DEWAN I 2002 SCRAPPED Chittagong 31 July 2002
LONDON CAVALIER 1972 SD14 A&PSD 435 7226287 1979 ASIAN LINER 1980 SILAGA 1987 SOCRATES 2001 SCRAPPED Alang 11 June 2001
LONDON BOMBARDIER 1973 SD14 A&PSD 436 7233761 1979 AKARNANIA 1986 JUTE EXPRESS 1995 IOANNIS I 1997 SCRAPPED Alang 11 May 1997
SANTA AMALIA 1973 SD14 A&PSD 437 7304259 1976 SAMOS PROGRESS 1980 FORTUNE KING 1983 WORLD OCEANIC 1986 HIN AN 1988 ASEAN PRIDE 1990 ASEAN PROGRESS 1990 SILVER KRIS 1999 HIE KHEAN No report since 1999 but 2004 still listed in Lloyd's Register
TRANSVAAL 1973 SD14 A&PSD 438 7306348 1976 MERLION 1980 COLOSSUS 1988 CRYSTAL 1994 OCEAN CROWN 2000 RICH ASCENT 2001 NEW MOON 2003 SCRAPPED L/as CLUDEN (1), 24 February 2003 arrived Jiangyin to be broken up
PANAGHIS VERGOTTIS 1973 SD14 A&PSD 439 7319591 1991 VIRGINIA 1995 HONG XIANG 1999 REGISTRY CLOSED No report since 1999 but 2004 still listed in Lloyd's Register
STEPHANOS VERGOTTIS 1973 SD14 A&PSD 440 7324170 1988 MIN JIANG 1998 XIN XINGI 2004 XIN HE 2 2004 listed in Lloyd's Register as XIN XING I
MARI 1974 SD14 A&PSD 441 7340679 1986 VALI P 1997 LUCKY WAY 1999 SCRAPPED Alang 15 July 1999
WELSH TROUBADOUR 1974 SD14 A&PSD 442 7340681 1979 WELSH JAY 1982 SILAGO EXPRESS 1995 NAVIRA EXPRESS 1997 RENA ONE 1997 SCRAPPED Calcutta 27 Sept 1997
WATERLAND 1974 SD14 A&PSD 443 7341714 1982 NEDLLOYD WATERLAND 1983 WATERLAND 1983 REDESTOS 1997 QUEEN BEE 1998 SCRAPPED 1 Sept. 1998 arrived Vietnam, Pha Rung Shipyard, to be broken up
STRATHDARE 1974 SD14 A&PSD 444 7341726 1974 CITY OF EXETER 1980 PHOEVOS 1982 SAFINA-E-BARKAT 1985 NOUR 1995 ZENITH 1999 NIKOLAOS S 1999 SCRAPPED Haldia 23 December 1999, but 2004 is still listed in Lloyd's Register ??
SEA TRADER 1974 SD14 A&PSD 445 7341738 1978 JADE 1987 CLEOPATRA 1990 N MARMARA 1991 DIGNITY 1994 ANASTASSIA C 1995 SCRAPPED Aliaga 16 April 1995
STRATHDEVON 1974 SD14 A&PSD 446 7341740 1981 DONATO MARMOL 1988 MAGISTER 1997 ETHYS 1997 SARAH I 2000 PAVONIS 2003 SCRAPPED Scrapped 2003
MARSHA 1975 SD14 A&PSD 447 7341752 1985 AMADEO 1990 STAR LIGHT 1991 TRUST 1992 WEST COAST 1993 RIVER BREEZE 1996 SCRAPPED Lisbon 1996 scrapped after fire 17/9/95
SILVER CLOUD 1975 SD14 A&PSD 448 7341764 1988 OSMAN 1990 UNITY 1994 ODEGETRIA 1995 UNIT 1995 ANDY 1997 NAVAL GENT 2004 still extant
LINDENHALL 1975 SD14 A&PSD 449 7341788 1982 CARLOW HILL 1985 SULU EXPRESS 1996 DANYAL EXPRESS 1997 SCRAPPED Chittagong 21 Sept 1997
I CONGRESO DEL PARTIDO 1975 SD14 A&PSD 450 7341776 1996 SIN HEUNG I 1998 KOWULSAN 2000 RIMYONGSU 2000 SUNGRISAN 9 2004 SCRAPPED L/as MAISI, 5 January 24 arrived at Jiangyin for breaking up
MONCADA 1975 SD14 A&PSD 451 7341790 1989 SEVERN 1997 PRIDE OF THE SOUTH 2003 SCRAPPED L/as BELIC, Mumbai 8 December 2003
CARLOS MANUEL DE CESPEDES 1976 SD14 A&PSD 452 7341805 1989 AVON 1998 CANADIAN PIONEER 1998 bought for scrapping but 2004 still listed in Lloyd's Register
IGNACIO AGRAMONTE 1976 SD14 A&PSD 453 7341817 1995 IOANNIS A 1997 TURNSTONE 2001 SCRAPPED Alang 21 January 2001
INDUSTRIA 1976 SD14 A&PSD 454 7393365 1978 BANGLAR BAANI 1996 SCRAPPED Arrived Chittagong 14 Oct 1996, November 1996 work began
STRATHDIRK 1976 SD14 A&PSD 455 7341829 1981 BARTOLOME MASO 1988 OLEBRATT 1997 GAEA 1997 DAWN 2002 SCRAPPED Aliaga 23 May 2002
STRATHDOON 1976 SD14 A&PSD 456 7431831 1981 EMERALD ISLANDS 1997 WAVEL 1997 SKIMMER 2002 SCRAPPED Gadani Beach 11 September 2002
STRATHDUNS 1977 SD14 A&PSD 457 7341843 1981 RUBY ISLANDS 1990 ALAMINOS 1998 IRINA 2000 ENOS 2001 SCRAPPED Chittagong 8 April 2001
STRATHDYCE 1977 SD14 A&PSD 458 73411855 1979 KOMOVI 1992 MONTE 2001 SCRAPPED No report since 2001 but 2004 still listed in Lloyd's Register, believed to be scrapped in China
KATERINA DRACOPOULOS 1977 SD14 A&PSD 459 7422764 1993 DANGOTE STAR 1994 PETRA STAR 1996 CHIAN STAR 1999 SKUA 2002 SCRAPPED Alang 29 May 2002
DUNELMIA (2) 1977 SD14 A&PSD 460 7422776 1980 NEW PANDA 1985 TRADE FORTUNE 1988 TRADE FAIR 1994 HALLDOR 199? MASHCO STAR 2002 SCRAPPED Tapsakae 9 April 2002
CAPETAN MARKOS 1977 SD14 A&PSD 461 7422788 1980 CALY 1994 HERMES III 1995 HERMES 2004 still extant
SEA LION 1977 SD14 A&PSD 462 7422790 1982 NAN JIANG 1999 JIN FU 200? DONG FA 2004 still listed in Lloyd's Register as NAN JIANG
MORVIKEN 1978 SD14 A&PSD 463 7422805 1982 RONG JIANG 1999 HAI JI SHUN No report since 1999 but 2004 still listed in Lloyd's Register
AUSTRALIND 1978 SD14 A&PSD 464 7422817 1980 MAXIMO GOMEZ 1997 ERODIOS 2002 NANKING 2004 still extant
KOSTANTIS YEMELOS 1968 SD14 HS 1051 6824965 1981 ALEXION HOPE 1986 LOST Laid down as HELLENIC RENAISSANCE, submerged at Bandar Abbas 8 March 1986
DORA PAPALIOS 1969 SD14 HS 1052 6901983 1985 ZEBRINA 1986 SCRAPPED Mangalore 11 July 1986
NEA HELLAS 1969 SD14 HS 1054 6909959 1976 AEGIS FREEDOM 1985 SYBIL I 1985 LOST Wrecked Mississippi River 2 November 1985 during Typhoon Juan
MISS PAPALIOS 1969 SD14 HS 1055 6917138 1976 SCRAPPED CTL after grounding on 2 January 1976 in South China Sea
AEGIS FAME 1969 SD14 HS 1056 6923412 1985 INTERLAKEN 1986 TONG SAN 1987 SCRAPPED Kaohsiung 5 Feb 1987
AEGIS BANNER 1969 SD14 HS 1057 6930142 1985 LAVINA 1986 SCRAPPED Chittagong 20 Sept 1986
FROSSO K 1969 SD14 HS 1059 7004548 1987 ROKER PARK 1991 MAMER 1994 AUSTIN STAR 1995 MAMER 1995 SCRAPPED Dominican Republic 23 February 1995
MARIA K 1970 SD14 HS 1060 7006065 1986 SEA NYMPH 1988 MARACANA I 1989 LADY VICKY 1990 ERRIA INGE 1992 SCRAPPED Huangpu 25 Dec 1992
AEGIS TRADE 1970 SD14 HS 1061 7016058 1985 TITISEE 1986 SCRAPPED Gadani Beach 23 Nov 1986
RINOULA 1970 SD14 HS 1062 7020619 1982 UNITY I 1984 NAYA 1994 SUNLIGHT 1997 SCRAPPED Alang 10 March 1997
JOHN MICHALOS 1970 SD14 HS 1063 7025308 1987 SEA ADVENTURER 1993 SAM HAE 1997 KU RYONG 2004 SAM HAI 1 2004 still extant
SCAPWIND 1970 SD14 HS 1064 7029756 1989 MARINER 2002 WAN CHANG 2004 LI JIA 2004 still extant
ROSARIO 1971 SD14 HS 1065 7037868 1984 SAN JOHN 1988 AL RAZIQU 1992 DELTA III 1993 CHALLENGE 1993 LOST Sprang leak off Mangalore 2 Aug 1993 and foundered
NIKI 1971 SD14 HS 1066 7046900 1982 NIKI II 1983 PILARMAST 1984 MARITZ STAR 1992 PYONG CHON 1997SCRAPPED Alang 22 Aug 1997
KALLIOPI YEMELOS 1971 SD14 HS 1067 7041182 1982 LITSION PRIDE 1982 LOST Attacked an sank off Khor Musa 9 Aug 1982
TOXOTIS 1971 SD14 HS 1068 7052210 1987 TOXA 1994 HARMONY SKY 1995 TOPAZ 1997 SCRAPPED Alang 4 Dec 17
TAXIARCHIS 1971 SD14 GS 1069 7108942 1982 ATROPOS 1986 SCRAPPED Gadani Beach 2 Aug 1986
NEOTIS 1971 SD14 HS 1070 7114977 1987 NEOS 1994 SCRAPPED Alang 4 Dec 1994
HELLENIC CHAMPION 1971 SD14 HS 1071 7117242 1984 C CHAMPION 1984 ATLANTIC LEADER 1986 BIPASHA 1991 SCRAPPED Chittagong 8 July 1991
HELLENIC CHALLENGER 1971 SD14 HS 1072 7122754 1985 SARA D 1985 LOST Abandoned and sank off Malaysia 13 Dec 1985
HELLENIC CARRIER 1971 SD14 HS 1073 7203687 1983 SEA VENTURE (Conv Tanker) 2004 still extant
HELLENIC IDEAL 1972 SD14 HS 1074 7208467 1984 TOLMI 1988 INNA WAKILI 1989 TELEMACHOS 1991 MEGA UNION 1993 PRUDENT VOYAGER 1996 SCRAPPED Alang 6 January 1996
HELLENIC NAVIGATOR 1972 SD14 HS 1075 7217913 1984 GIANNIS L 1988 KUM GANG No report since 2000 but 2004 still listed in Lloyd's Register
GRIGORIOS C IV 1972 SD14 HS 1076 7224643 1984 TIMIOS STAVROS 1988 SAINT ANDREAS 1989 SAFAR 1998 SCRAPPED Chittagong 5 Nov 1998
SCAPBREEZE 1971 SD14 HA 1077 7118014 1983 BREEZE 1983 LOST Bombed & aground off Bushire Roads 22 Dec 1983
REA 1971 SD14 HS 1106 7104714 1988 BREA 1991 REA 1991 IOAN 1991 REA 1995 MARE 1997 SEA BIRD 1999 SEA BIRD I 1999 SEA TIGER 2000 SCRAPPED 19 Nov 2000 arrived at Chittagong as NORTH STAR II to be broken up
DESPINA 1971 SD14 HS 1107 7110335 1987 HARMONY I 1988 KYONG SONG 2002 SCRAPPED Zhuhai 11 Nov 2002
SERRA VERDE 1972 SD14 CCN 31 7218204 1983 ELIZABETH 1988 ELIZABETH K 1991 MEGA LUCK 1992 MOGLI 1994 AMANECIDA 1996 ZALCOSEA 11 1996 JAHAN 1997 ZALCOSEA 11 1999 LOST CTL 16 Nov 1999
SERRA DOURADA 1972 SD14 CCN 32 7224617 1983 UNIMAR 1985 MARE 1988 LOST Attacked and sank off Bushire 4 Feb 1988
RODRIGO TORREALBA 1972 SD14 CCN 33 7226407 1981 FEDORA 1985 UNISELVA 1994 ASIAN PROSPERITY 1995 SCRAPPED Calcutta 6 April 1995
LLOYDBRAS 1973 SD14 CCN 34 7232951 1988 BRASILIA 1989 KAVO CERANOS 2000 SCRAPPED Mumbai 23 Feb 2000
PRINCESA ISABEL 1973 SD14 CCN 35 7304584 1973 L/L CHILE 1990 ALEXANDRIA 2000 SCRAPPED Fire damaged 1997, scrapped Niteroi 2000
L/L PERU 1973 SD14 CCN 36 7315739 1990 FULVIA 2000 SCRAPPED Mumbai 15 Nov 2000
L/L EQUADOR 1973 SD14 CCN 37 7324534 1991 MEGA BREEZE 1992 AKELA 1995 ZALCO PIONEER 1995 LOST 9 Nov 1995 grounded and CTL off Paradip, 23 Nov 2000 broken up in Bangladesh
SERRA AZUL 1974 SD14 CCN 38 7329027 1983 LINK TARGET 1991 LINK 1994 ELINKA 2000 CELINE 2001 SCRAPPED Chittagong 23 Nov 2001
SERRA BRANCA 1974 SD14 CCN 39 7333705 1983 SERRA 1995 ANIXIS 1997 FLAMINGO A 2002 SCRAPPED Alang 10 October 2002
LLOYD LIVERPOOL 1974 SD14 CCN 92 7357816 1988 ARIAN 1991 BORA BORA I 1992 DANCING SISTER 1997 THETIS 2004 still extant
LLOYD HAMBURGO 1974 SD14 CCN 93 7357828 1988 ICARUS 2001 SCRAPPED Sachana 3 Nov 2001
REGINA CELI 1974 SD14 CCN 94 7357830 1991 MEGA RIO 1993 BAGHEERA 1994 SCRAPPED L/as REGINA, 10 May 1993 declared CTL, 1994 scrapped at Aliaga
LLOYD ROTTERDAM 1974 SD14 CCN 95 7357842 1983 CAPT GEORGE L 1984 EVELYN 1986 LOST 24 Nov 1986 grounded and abandoned CTL
LLOYD ANTUERPIA 1975 SD14 CCN 96 7357854 1983 RIO 1986 ORION VI 1986 SEA PASSION 1988 FAWAZ 1996 BUZZARDI 1996 CARIBOU 1997 SCRAPPED Chittagong 26 Aug 1997
SEMIRAMIS 1974 SD14 CCN 97 7357866 1990 ELINA 1998 ? 25 July 1990 fire damaged at LasPalmas, 14 July 1995 still not repaired, 1998 still aground and breaking up
AMALIA 1975 Prinasa 121 CCN 98 7357878 1989 SUNDERLAND SPIRIT 1994 YONG TONG 1997 SCRAPPED 1997 scrapped in China
CAICARA 1975 Prinasa 121 CCN 99 7357880 1989 SUNDERLAND ENDEAVOUR 1994 GOLDEN FUTURE No report since July 1997 but 2004 still listed in Lloyd's Register
JOANA 1976 Prinasa 121 CCN 100 7357892 1989 SUNDERLAND CRAFTSMAN 1994 PANGLIMA 2000 SCRAPPED Alang 9 Jan 2000
SANTA ISABELLA 1975 SD14 CCN 101 7357907 1982 NACIONAL SETUBAL 1982 NUNO GONCALVES ? 1988 FATIMA C 1988 FATIMA 1990 SAE BYOL 1997 AB ROK GANG ? 1998 ORIENT STAR ? 1998 DONG MYONG 2001 SCRAPPED Chittagong 25 April 2001
SANTA URSULA 1976 SD14 CCN 102 7357919 1982 LEIRIA 1986 FRANCISCO ARRUDA 1987 PEDRO C 1991 ACHILLES 2001 SCRAPPED Chittagong 28 May 2001
SANTA INES 1975 SD14 CCN 103 7357921 1982 EDWARD MAN 1982 ARAFURA SEA 1985 CATALAN BAY 1987 CATALAN 1991 ALAN 1998 SCRAPPED Chittagong 6 April 1998
SANTA TERESA 1976 SD14 CCN 104 7357933 1982 FREDERICK MAN 1982 BANDA SEA 1985 ROSIA BAY 1987 KURI 1993 LITSA 2001 SCRAPPED Aliaga 6 March 2001 after engineroom fire on 30 Jan 1999
CERESIO 1976 SD14 CCN 105 7357945 1983 FREEDOM A S 1989 FREEDOM 1991 ASTRON 1997 ALTAIR 1998 MSZ-1 1998 REAL PEARL 1999 ALTAIR 2001 REGISTRY CLOSED Feb 2001 deleted from Lloyd's Register, existence in doubt
ARACAJU 1977 SD14 CCN 106 7357957 1983 NACIONAL SAGRES 1986 AFONSO DOMINGUES 1987 DIANA C 1989 LUSO ANA 1992 GELI P 1998 SCRAPPED Arrested from 1993, 1998 scrapped at Suez
ANGOL 1978 SD14 CCN 107 7411325 1992 CITY OF AKAKI 1997 DON AKAKI 1999 LA EXPRESS 2001 SCRAPPED Chittagong 30 Jan 2001
ANAKENA 1978 SD14 CCN 108 7411337 1992 NATALI H 1996 GLOBAL NATALI 1997 GLOBE 1998 SCRAPPED Mumbai 27 March 1998 after fire on 26 October 1996
CELINA TORREALBA 1977 Prinasa 121 CCN 115 7432862 1991 CITY OF DURHAM 1994 SEA LADY I 1996 HARMONY WAVE 1998 SCRAPPED Alang 21 September 1998
FROTAKOBE 1978 Prinasa 121 CCN 117 7432874 1986 SCRAPPED 16 Jan 1986 damaged by fire in engine room, 1 June 1986 scrapped at Rio de Janeiro
LLOYD MANDU 1979 Prinasa 121 CCN 119 7432886 1993 PROMETHEUS 2001 SCRAPPED Chittagong 10 February 2001
LLOYD GENOVA 1978 SD14 CCN 121 7433127 1989 PHAETHON 2001 SCRAPPED Chittagong 1 April 2001
RIO CONQUISTA 1979 SD14 CCN 123 7433149 1979 EBO 1999 KIANDA 2001 LISA 2002 LISA L 2004 still extant
L/L COLOMBIA 1979 SD14 CCN 125 7433141 1995 PROCYON 1996 AMITY UNION 1999 LANTIC RUBY 2000 MILACKU 2001 SCRAPPED Alang 10 February 2001
LLOYD MARSELHA 1977 SD14 CCN 127 7433153 1989 LUX LILY 1990 KAPPA MARY 1992 PA MAR 1995 NONG GONG SHANG 8 2002 YANG YUAN 2002 JING REN 2002 REGISTRY CLOSED July 2004 still listed Lloyd's Register as NONG GONG SHANG 8
MONTE CRISTO 1979 SD14 CCN 129 7433165 1989 MIT SAO PAOLO 1989 MONTE CRISTO 1993 BRISTOL 1994 EDWARD R 1997 NZOL JAYA 1999 EDWARD R 2001 SCRAPPED Gadani Beach 25 Nov 2001
MONTE ALTO 1979 SD14 CCN 130 7433177 1991 REGENT 1992 NZOL SURYA 1998 IRIS 2002 FORTUNE SEA 2004 still extant
MONTE PASCOAL 1979 SD14 CCN 131 7433189 2001 SCRAPPED Niteroi 28 February 2001
FROTAMANILA 1980 Prinasa 121 CCN 132 7432898 1995 BEL AZUR 1998 SAINT PAVLOS 2000 LONG FU 2004 still extant
FROTADURBAN 1980 Prinasa 121 CCN 134 7432903 1997 EDWARD OLDENDORFF 1998 SECIL SERAYA 1999 EDWARD OLDENDORFF 2000 AMAR 2004 still extant
NICIA 1980 Prinasa 121 CCN 135 7432915 1995 UNILAGO 1998 SCRAPPED Alang 26 June 1998
LLOYD TUPIARA 1980 Prinasa 121 CCN 137 7432927 1989 ANTEOS 2001 SCRAPPED Alang 7 February 2001
LLOYD ALEGRETE 1981 Prinasa 121 CCN 139 7432939 1992 CHALLENGER IV 2001 SCRAPPED Chittagong 10 September 2001
LLOYD BAHIA 1982 Prinasa 121 CCN 140 7432941 2003 SCRAPPED Alang 3 July 2003
ANISIO BORGES 1983 SD14 CCN 141 7433191 1984 NACIONAL SANTOS 1996 VILMA 1999 ORIENTAL KIKU 2004 still extant
LEONOR 1988 SD14 CCN 143 7433206 1989FAR SUEZ 1992 FRONTIER 1994 BLUE FRONTIER 1995 SAINT SPIRIDONAS 1996 STAVROFOROS 1999 EXPRESS SHANGHAI 2000 ORIENTAL SPIRIT 2002 GOLDEN PRIDE 2004 still listed as NANA in Lloyd's Register
LLOYD ARGENTINA 1981 SD14 CCN 145 7433218 1989 MIT RIO DE JANEIRO 1990 STELLA F 1999 STALLION I 1997 ANTARES III 2002 LADY STEEL 2004 GASPARD 2006 DALIA I 2004 still extant
BIANCA 1981 SD14 CCN 147 7433220 1996 HANSA 1998 EVAGELIA 2000 SAFMARINE EVAGELIA 2004 still extant
LLOYD MEXICO 1981 SD14 CCN 149 7433232 1992 ESPERANZA III 1998 SCRAPPED Mumbai 7 March 1998
ANA LUISA 1981 SD14 CCN 151 7433244 1996 ESPERANCA IV 1997 MEROULA 2000 SAFMARINE MEROULA 2004 still extant
LLOYD HOUSTON 1981 SD14 CCN 152 7433256 1993 ARISTOTELES 2002 JAIPUR 2004 still extant
L/L BRASIL 1981 SD14 CCN 153 7433268 1995 SAINT NECTARIOS 1999 EXPRESS SEMINOLE 2000 LONG FENG 2002 RA NAM 2004 still extant
FROTASINGAPORE 1982 Prinasa 121 CCN 155 7432953 1997 BEL AIR 1998 SAINT MARKOS 2000 ORIENTAL HONOUR 2001 GREEN 2002 JAT NA MU 2004 still extant
RODRIGO 1981 SD14 CCN 156 7433270 1984 NACIONAL RIO 1996 LIBRA RIO 1998 SAINT ANTONIOS 1999 ORIENTAL CROWN 2000 EXPRESS ORIENT 2001 ORIENTAL PEACE 2004 still extant
ALESSANDRA 1983 SD14 CCN 157 7433282 1994 NOBILITY 1995 JOBST OLDENDORFF 2002 SAFMARINE CONGO 2004 still extant
LLOYD VENEZUELA 1983 SD14 CCN 158 7433294 1989 LUX ROSE 1990 ROSE 1996 SAINT IOANNIS 1999 EXPRESS SANTIAGO 2000 LONG XIANG 2004 still extant
RENATA 1982 SD14 CCN 159 7433309 1994 INTEGRITY 1994 FU SHAN 1997 MANASLU 2004 SAFMARINE NAMIBE 2004 still extant
TUCURUI 1982 SD14 CCN 160 7802976 1989 FAR STAR 1992 HORIZON 1994 BLUE HORIZON 1995 JORDAN II 2005 FUDE 2004 still extant
ALMIRANTI STORNI 1978 SD14 AFN 47 7411868 1992 JANBAZ 1 2000 ADREKNI 2004 still extant
NEUQUEN II 1979 SD14 AFN 48 7411870 1992 PANORMITIS 1999 MOKRAN I 2001 EUN BONG L/as NEUQUEN, 2004 still in Lloyd's Register but reports indicated 2002 CTL
LIBERTADOR GENERAL JOSE DE SAN MARTIN 1979 SD14 AFN 49 7411882 1994 PRUDENT CHALLENGER 1999 PACIFIC CHALLENGER 2001 UNITED TRADER 2003 SCRAPPED Alang 8 July 2003
DR ATILIO MALVAGNI 1979 SD14 AFN 50 7411894 1991 PLANITIS 1995 ASTIVI 1996 PLATYTERA 2002 SHINKAI MARU 2003 SHINKAI 2003 SCRAPPED Alang 9 September 2003
PRESIDENTE RAMON S CASTILLO 1980 SD14 AFN 51 7411909 No report since June 1996 but 2004 still listed in Lloyd's Register
GENERAL BELGRANO 1981 SD14 AFN 52 7411911 1981 GENERAL MANUEL BELGRANO 1998 ALYSSA 2003 PARVATI 2003 SCRAPPED Alang 29 June 2003
SALTA 1976 SD14 ROB 568 7405986 1996 SEA DUKE 2001 SCRAPPED Chittagong 8 February 2001
JUJUY II 1976 SD14 ROB 569 7405998 1992 QAMAR 1997 AL MARZAN 2000 JA GANG 2004 still extant
TUCUMAN 1976 SD14 ROB 570 7406007 1992 MUZAFFAR AZIZ 2000 OREOZILI 2001 AZIZ 2001 SCRAPPED Alang 4 August 2001
CARRIANA LILAC 1983 SD14 SDM 1349 8120727 1983 LILAC ISLANDS 2004 ALDONA 2007 SCRAPPED
CARRIANA LOTUS 1983 SD15 SDM 1350 8120739 1983 LOTUS ISLANDS 2004 still extant
SOUTH ISLANDS 1986 SD15 King SDM 1357 8500965 2000 PHUONG DONG 3 2004 still extant
WEST ISLANDS 1986 SD15 King SDM 1358 8500977 2000 PHUONG DONG 1 2004 still extant
EAST ISLANDS 1986 SD15 King SDM 1359 8500989 2000 PHUONG DONG 2 2004 still extant
NORTH ISLANDS 1986 SD15 King SDM 1360 8500991 1997 LOST Wrecked 7 Sep 1997 off Chile


L/as : Launched as



Austin & Pickersgill Ltd., South Dock A&PSD
Austin & Pickersgill Ltd., Southwick Shipyard, Sunderland A&P
Robb Caledon Shipbuilders Ltd., Dundee ROB
Smith's Dock Ltd., South Bank Middlesbrough SDM
Bartram & Sons Ltd., South Dock Ltd., Sunderland B
Hellenic Shipyards Company, Skaramanga, Greece HS
Companhia Comercio e Navegacao, Rio de Janeiro CCN
Astiileros Fabricas Navales del Estado, Ensenada AFN

Regards
Henk Jungerius
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I recently built a 15ft model, 1/32 scale, of the SD-14 SAN GEORGE.
It appears on my photo pages and is used by a model boat club in the Wirral for scale Tug towing contests.
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Sd15

Was surprised to see that the SD15 came about so early in the life of the SD14 fleet.

ARMADALE 1970 SD15 A&P 866 7022447

From memory the SD15 was a lengthened version of the original and for some reason I assumed that it was a late development, rather than being in almost at the beginning.

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May I thank you too HENK for the list.
Most useful.
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London & Overseas Freighters were major shareholders in Austin & Pickersgill and, I believe, prior to nationalisation of shipbuilding, owned the company outright. They had four SD14s - London Fusilier, London Grenadier, London Cavalier and London Bombardier.

They also had three A & P B26s, the bulk carrier standard design: London Earl, London Baron and London Viscount.

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London & Overseas Freighters were major shareholders in Austin & Pickersgill and, I believe, prior to nationalisation of shipbuilding, owned the company outright. They had four SD14s - London Fusilier, London Grenadier, London Cavalier and London Bombardier.

They also had three A & P B26s, the bulk carrier standard design: London Earl, London Baron and London Viscount.

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Thanks Scorcher - she was one of mine. Also sailed on the Bombardier a couple of times.

A funny thing - they had fireplaces with imitation coal fires in the smokeroom. You can take the ship out of the Northeast but you can't take the Northeast out of the ship!

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I saw the last one launched at Smiths Dock on the Tees. A very emotional experience.
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..... "SD14 The Full Story" Published by Ships in Focus in 2004.
This book was given a substantial update, with pics, in a recent issue of Ships in Focus Record - I can't remember which one, but if I remember I'll take a look tonight and post the issue number tomorrow.
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there was also the sheaf crest and field and royal if memories serves me but might be rum pickled
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This book was given a substantial update, with pics, in a recent issue of Ships in Focus Record - I can't remember which one, but if I remember I'll take a look tonight and post the issue number tomorrow.
Issue 37 is the one, and it has a page of interior pics of an early, if not the first, build.
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there was also the sheaf crest and field and royal if memories serves me but might be rum pickled
Sorry no SHEAFs in the SD14 listings.
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