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  1. KUAKA

    KUAKA

    Bluff NZ 1989 Built 1975 1996 sold and renamed Sea Topaz 1997 sold and renamed Trust A 2002 broken up Alang
  2. Kuaka

    Kuaka

    Richardson's 'Kuaka' heading down Otago Harbour. Sister ship of 'Willomee' posted recently. Kuaka Built: 1946 Commonwealth Govt Shipyard, Hobart, Tasmania Tonnage: 302grt Owners: Richardson and Co, Napier 1946: Launched as 'Lomah',one of 17 standard 300ton wooden cargo vessels built as part of the A
  3. Kuaka

    Kuaka

    New Zealand tanker Kuaka inbound for Bluff. A mdified BP River Class she was completed by Eriksbergs in 1975 and was sold in 1996 and renamed Sea Topaz. She became Trust A in 1997 and arrived at Alang for breaking up on 11 May 2002.
  4. Kuaka

    Kuaka

    New Zealand tanker Kuaka inbound for Bluff. A mdified BP River Class she was completed by Eriksbergs in 1975 and was sold in 1996 and renamed Sea Topaz. She became Trust A in 1997 and arrived at Alang for breaking up on 11 May 2002.
  5. Kuaka (Coastal tanker,NZ)

    Kuaka (Coastal tanker,NZ)

    Bought at collectables fair. With sister-ship 'Kotuku', delivered fuel and refined products around the coast of NZ. Kuaka Built: 1975 Tonnage: 16,221grt Owners: British West Indies Navigation Ltd, Cayman Is.(1975-76), Auckland Tankers Ltd(1976-94). Chartered to Coastal Tankers Ltd (Managed by USSCO,
  6. Kuaka 1978

    Kuaka 1978

    "Kuaka" along with her sister "Kotuku" were built by Eriksbergs in 1975 to a modified BP river class design. The two ships were owned by Papachristidis of Montreal (see bow crest), and were demise chartered by the NZ Oil Companies to serve the New Zealand coastal trade.Initially
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