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    The ANDANIA was a 13,405 gross ton ship, length 520.3ft x beam 64ft, two funnels, two masts, twin screw and a speed of 15 knots. There was accommodation for 520-2nd and 1,540-3rd class passengers. Built by Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co, Greenock, she was launched for the Cunard Steamship...

    Name: ANDANIA 1960 Company: Cunard S.S. Co.Ltd.-Liverpool Yard: Wm.Hamilton & Co.Ltd. GT: 7004 DWT: 9560 LOA: 490'5" x 63'3" x 26'7½" Eng.: 2 steam turbines DR geared to sc.shafts Call/Flag Sign: GFQH Name Changes: 1969 Macharda. 1971 Humi Mahis. 1973 Yung Jian. 1975 Hong Qi 107. BU China 1986
  3. Andania

    Historic photo of Cunard Line SS Andania in London Docks, possibly when brand new and prior to her maiden voyage.
  4. Frank Cannon c1965

    Frank Cannon, Purser/Chief Steward on Cunard's cargo ship SS Andania c1965 at a shoreside b-b-q in Baltimore or Philadelphia.
  5. SS Andania Booze Cruise

    Sunday cruise around Baltimore harbour in lifeboat from Cunard's SS Andania (the cargo ship!).
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