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  1. Benwyvis

    Benwyvis

    Benwyvis inbound R.Thames.
  2. Benwyvis

    Benwyvis

    Ben Line's Benwyvis outward bound at Tilbury in 1974. Once the BI Waroonga built in 1957 at 8,753 gr tons she was one of the very best.
  3. Benwyvis

    Benwyvis

  4. Benwyvis

    Benwyvis

  5. BENWYVIS

    BENWYVIS

    In 60s at Malta.Connel built 66-In 72 as the BENALBANACH go to Italia Line as DA RECCO sadly fire at La Spezia 6-79-and BU there 11-79-
  6. BENWYVIS

    BENWYVIS

    Photo taken 27 Aug 1982 at Southampton and I assume laid up at the time, along the same dock wall were the Atlantico and Pacifico, both laid up. Benwyvis was in 1982 Owned by William Thompson and Co. She was 57255 GRT and built in 1974 as the Alnwick Castle for Bamburgh Shipping Co Ltd. Sold 1978
  7. DA RECCO ex BENWYVIS

    DA RECCO ex BENWYVIS

    Vancouver 1977. Built 1966 as Benwyvis for Ben Line. 1972 sold and renamed Da Recco 1979 laid up and damaged by fire. 1979 Broken up La Spezia.
  8. Benwyvis 1957

    Benwyvis 1957

    1957 8753 grt 520 ft 69 ft 17.5 kts Built 1957 for P&O as Waroonga bec Pando Point 68 Benwyvios 74
  9. Benwyvis

    Benwyvis

    1962 11467 grt 563 ft 75 ft 21 kts bec Da Recco Italia 1972
  10. Benwyvis (II)

    Benwyvis (II)

    12/1943 Completed by Bethlehem-Fairfield Shipyard Inc., Baltimore (Yard No. 2297) for the U.S. War Shipping Administration and bareboat chartered to the Ministry of War Transport (S. & J. Thompson Ltd., managers) as "SAMSACOLA", having been launched as "MELVIL DEWEY". 7,262 g
  11. Benwyvis (IV)

    Benwyvis (IV)

    12/1966 Completed by Chas. Connell & Co. Ltd., Glasgow (Yard No. 509) for the Ben Line Steamers of Leith. 11,958 grt 6,575 net 13,385 dwt 563 x 75 x 33' 9 cylinder Sulzer, 20,700 bhp by Barclay, Curle & Co. Ltd., Glasgow. 21 knots. 12/1972 Sold to Grisella S.p.A. (Italia S.p.A. di Nav. manag
  12. Benwyvis (I)

    Benwyvis (I)

    5/1929 Completed by Chas. Connell & Co. Ltd., Glasgow (Yard No. 414) for the Ben Line Steamers of Leith. 5,920 grt 3,751 net 429 x 54 x 30' Quadruple expansion,3,000 ihp by D. Rowan & Co. Ltd., Glasgow. 12.5 knots. 21/3/1941 Torpedoed and sunk by U-105 20 N, 26W, North of the Cape Verde Isla
  13. Benwyvis (II)

    Benwyvis (II)

    12/1943 Completed by Bethlehem-Fairfield Shipyard Inc. Baltimore (Yard No.2297) for the US War Shipping Administrator and bareboat chartered to the Ministry of War Transport (S. & J. Thompson Ltd. managers) aa "SAMSACOLA", having been launched as "MELVIL DEWEY". 8/1947 Sold t
  14. BENWYVIS in London

    BENWYVIS in London

    Benwyvis taken in 1972. Built 1966, 11467 gross. A fine looking ship.
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