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  1. NICETO DE LARRINAGA

    NICETO DE LARRINAGA

    Collision of the ore carrier NICETO DE LARRINAGA with the French Shell tanker SITALA on 23rd September 1961 in the English Channel. She was first towed to Portland and then astern by four Wijsmuller tugs from Portland to IJmuiden. She had a full load of iron ore destined for the steel works at IJmui
  2. unknown = Niceto De Larrinaga

    unknown = Niceto De Larrinaga

    NICETO DE LARRINAGA 1959 8869 tgr Larrinaga blt Short Bros/Pallion 72-AEGIS BOUNTY 78- CHAR CHUN 79-CHAR CHENG b/up Kaohsiungh 1981. Shown before lengthened on chtr to Safmarine. Suggestions welcome
  3. NICETO DE LARRINAGA

    NICETO DE LARRINAGA

    Larrinaga's 1959 Short Bros., Sunderland built, NICETO DE LARRINAGA was here photographed by Mike Lennon in process of berthing at Gibraltar before a collision in 1961. She was lengthened in 1964. Sold to Papalios in 1972, she traded as AEGIS BOUNTY until sold East in 1978 to become CHAR CHUN, the
  4. NICETO DE LARRINAGA

    NICETO DE LARRINAGA

    Larrinaga's 1959 Short Bros., Sunderland built, NICETO DE LARRINAGA, lengthened in 1964 following a collision in 1961, was photographed, probably at Liverpool, by the late R.M.Parsons of Bristol. Sold to Papalios in 1972, she traded as AEGIS BOUNTY until sold East in 1978 to become CHAR CHUN, then
  5. Niceto de Larrinaga

    Niceto de Larrinaga

    The Niceto de Larrinaga discharging phosphate from Ocean Island at Lyttelton in June 1962. Built by Short Brothers in 1959 she was lengthened at Belfast in 1964 with the addition of another hold forward of the bridge. On 23 September 1961 she collided with the French tanker Sitala and in April 196
  6. Niceto de Larrinaga

    Niceto de Larrinaga

    The "Niceto de Larrinaga" discharging phosphates at Lyttelton. She had the misfortune to be the smaller participant in one of the first so called 'radar assisted collisions' when she collided with the French Shell tanker "Sitala" and came off a seious second best with two of her
  7. Belfast

    Belfast

    Series of pics taken of Niceto De Larrinaga at Belfast Aug.`64 - Oct. `64 during `Jumboing`. This the forebody getting ready for floating out, I had a lot more pics. but these are the only ones I can find now, well it is over 40 years ago!! If you look at my gallery a comparison between before &
  8. Belfast

    Belfast

    Niceto aft & forebody just seperated.
  9. Belfast

    Belfast

    This is the new section being towed to the Thompson Dry-Dock.
  10. Belfast

    Belfast

    All 3 sections lined up in the dock ready for the real work of joining them.
  11. Belfast

    Belfast

    Forebody being floated up & out of the dock to allow the new mid-section in. dock
  12. Belfast

    Belfast

    Forebody section having been seperated & then being prepared for floating out.
  13. Niceto de Larrinaga

    Niceto de Larrinaga

    Re the photo of the "Niceto de Larrinaga" being lengthened, here she is discharging phosphate at Lyttelton a few years earlier.
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