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  1. Benvannoch

    Benvannoch

    Eddie Scott the chief electrician on the Benvannoch 1974/75
  2. Sightseeing

    Sightseeing

    Myself and George Anderson the senior 3/e on the Benvannoch 1974/75, at the start of a run ashore by the looks of it.
  3. Benvannoch

    Benvannoch

    BENVANNOCH 1944 6597 tgr Ben Line
  4. Benvannoch 1952

    Benvannoch 1952

    1952 10594 grt 568 ft 71 ft 15 kts 1952 for Ellerman as City of Winchester bec Benvannoch 1970
  5. Benvannoch12 to 4 superwatch

    Benvannoch12 to 4 superwatch

    The 12 to 4 superwatch on the Benvannoch, myself and Les Weston, a gentleman. A gentleman who just happened to be 6th or 7th dan black belt karate. It was about three months before I found out otherwise I would have been pumping the bilges..!!! We went to Japan that trip, it was either Kobe or Yokah
  6. Benvannoch

    Benvannoch

    The Benvannoch in Telok Ayer 1972, just flashed up by the look of her. Great ship, great crew, great memories.
  7. Benvannoch (III)

    Benvannoch (III)

    11/1921 Completed by D. & W. Henderson & Co. Ltd., Glasgow (Yard No. 505) for Frederick Leyland & Co. Ltd., Liverpool as "DAKARIAN". 6,427 grt 4,023 net 400 x 53 x 35' Quadruple expansion, 3,000 ihp by D. & W. Henderson & Co. Ltd., Glasgow. 12 knots. 1933 Sold to Charen
  8. Benvannoch (VI)

    Benvannoch (VI)

    10/1952 Completed by Wm. Denny & Bros. Ltd., Dumbarton (Yard No. 1430) for Ellerman Lines Ltd., (Ellerman & Bucknall S.S. Co. Ltd.) London as "CITY OF WINCHESTER". 10,954 grt 6,079 net 12,976 dwt 568 x 71 x 30' Turbines (3), 14,300 shp by Wm. Denny & Bros. Ltd., Dumbarton. 17.5
  9. Benvannoch (II)

    Benvannoch (II)

    7/1911 Completed by Northumberland Shipbuilding Co. Ltd., Newcastle (Yard No. 179) for Duo Ltd., (G. J. Middleton, manager) London as "HORLEY". 4,877 grt 3,119 net 410 x 52 x 28' Triple expansion, 2,700 ihp by Earle's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd., Hull. 6/1912 Sold to Liverpool,
  10. Benvannoch (V)

    Benvannoch (V)

    6/1944 Completed by J. L. Thompson & Sons Ltd., Sunderland (Yard No. 629) for Silver Line Ltd., (S. & J. Thompson Ltd., managers) London as "SILVEROAK". 9,487 grt 5,776 net 11,351 dwt 490 x 64 x 27' 2 x 4 cylinder., 6,800 bhp by Wm. Doxford & Sons, Sunderland. 15 knots. 1955 Wh
  11. Benvannoch (IV)

    Benvannoch (IV)

    7/1944 Completed by Shipbuilding Corporation Ltd., Sunderland (Yard No. 2) for the Ministry of War Transport (W. J. Tatem Ltd., managers) as "EMPIRE TUDOR". 7,069 grt 4,079 net 10,445 dwt 450 x 56 x 27' Triple expansion, 2,500 ihp by Wm. Denny & Bros. Ltd., Dumbarton. 10.5 knots. 1946
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