Can somebody help with this one? I sailed on her as 2/E in the mid '60s.She was ex Danish, strengthened for ice and had a maerform bow. I believe she was built for ?Lauritzens of Denmark, but I can't find that shipping co. on the Web. Why she was ever bought to sail tropic seas I'll never understand. Built I believe as a Greenland trader! E/room temp. never under 118F. To crown it all, some misguided sod had removed the steam jennies and put in 2 aircooled Deutz. The racket and heat was unbelievable. You could have "run" a bottom end and never heard it!I had a love/hate relationship with that ship. Oil fired, we could not stop her smoking. Tried everything - oil temp. pres. draught - nothing made any difference. Flashbacks in stokehold not uncommon _ sent both me and a fireman to hospital for a couple of weeks. Only after I left the new 2/E who I new well found the problem. The butterfly air flap in the fan trunking for isolating a boiler had worked loose on its spindle and gently wafting around had shut off air to one boiler or the other as the ship rolled!