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  1. TRENTINO

    TRENTINO

    TRENTINO IMO 5368067 1952 completed by Henry Robb Ltd., Leith for Ellerman's Wilson Line, Hull 2.340GRT, 2.986tdw, 3.040bhp 2 oil engines 2SA 8Cy. geared to sc. shaft British Polar Engines, Glasgow, 13.5kn, 12 1st class passengers 1971 mald. MALDIVE ENSIGN (Maldives Shipping Ltd.) 1980 broken up
  2. CAVALLO

    CAVALLO

    CAVALLO IMO 5066475 1951 completed by Henry Robb Ltd., Leith for Ellerman's Wilson Line Ltd., Hull 2.340GRT, 2.986tdw, 3.040bhp 2 oil engines 2SA 8Cy. geared to sc. shaft British Polar Engines, Glasgow, 13.5kn, 12 1st class passengers First motorship built to the order of Ellerman's Wilson Line.
  3. ARIOSTO

    ARIOSTO

    ARIOSTO IMO 1946 completed by William Gray & Co. Ltd., West Hartlepool for Ellerman's Wilson Line Ltd., Hull 2.208GRT, 2.567tdw, T 3Cy. with l.p.turbine, 12 passengers 1967 broken up Tamise, Belgium by Boel & Fils
  4. Rinaldo

    Rinaldo

    Rinaldo arriving Leixoes Portugal 1960
  5. Cavallo

    Cavallo

    Built 1951 by Henry Robb of Leith For Ellerman's Wilson Line. Reg No 185099 Gross Tonnage 2339 Net Tonnage 1250 Sold to a Maldive Islands company in 1971 and renamed Maldive Venture. Final fate not known.
  6. Truro

    Truro

    Built 1947 by Henry Robb of Leith for Ellerman's Wilson Line. Reg No 181297. Gross Tonnage 1794 Net Tonnage 751 Sold to W.J.Towell & Co Kuwait 23rd of May 1968. Renamed Gulf Noor. Sold 1971. Renamed Gulf Prosperity (Panama). Sold 1972 for scrapping in Pakistan. Arrived Karachi 28th of may 1972.
  7. Consuelo

    Consuelo

    Built 1937 by Swan Hunter of Newcastle for Ellerman's Wilson Line. Reg No 165683. Gross Tonnage 4871. Net Tonnage 2562. Sold to Grosvenor S.S. Co. 7th July 1963. Renamed Grosvenor Discoverer. Scrapped 64/65 by Mallers of Hamburg or in Hong Kong
  8. Marengo

    Marengo

    Built 1947 by Swan Hunter & Wigham Richardson for Ellerman's Wilson Line. No 181312. 4985 tons gross, 2555 net. 419 ft 7in long, 55 ft 10 beam, 25 ft 6in depth. Sold to Greek owners 1967 & renamed Nea Moni. Scrapped in Turkey 1972.
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