Built 1929 by Earles Shipyard of Hull for Associated Humber Lines (Hull-Rotterdam service).
Reg No 160830
Gross Tonnage 1924
Net Tonnage 914
General cargo and passengers (92 first class, 24 steerage) 13 to 14½ knots
Requisitioned by Admiralty 31st March 1941. Ran aground in Newburgh Minch. Refloat
Associated Humber Lines
Built 1929 by Earles Shipbuilding Co. Hull for Hull & Netherlands Steamship Co.
1,961 gross tons, 231 foot x 38 foot beam, speed @ 13 knots
Passengers 84 1st class and 38 steerage class - post WWII 92 1st class and 24 second class
1935 absorbed into A
Associated Humber Lines' cargo/ passenger ship in the berth the AHL ships occupied at the Parkhaven in Rotterdam. This was taken from the Euromast in September 1967 when I travelled on her on a WSS trip. They took a block booking on her and we stayed on board for the two days or so she spent in Ro