Komsomolsk - IMO 7359565
|Photographer:||Allan RO [View profile]||Title:||Komsomolsk||Added:||Jan 18, 2011|
|Captured:||July 01, 1984||IMO:||7359565||Hits:||1,519|
|Location:||Tilbury, United Kingdom|
|Komsomolsk 1976 / 15,709gt / 21,002dwt
Delivered on 29 October 1976 by Valmet Oy Helsingin Telakka, Vuosaani, Helsinki, yard 283, the Magnitogorsk class urc vessel Komsololsk. She operated for Baltic Shg. Co. as such until 1995 when she was renamed Kotlini. Further name changes followed and she was broken up in Alang in April 2009 as the Nordborg. First shot of her under her original name.
photo : Tilbury, 01:07:1984 - during one of Ian Wells' guided tours
photo : © Dr. Allan Ryszka-Onions 1984/2011
|Vessel type:||Ro-ro Cargo|
|Gross tonnage:||32,173 tons|
|Summer DWT:||21,002 tons|
© Pieter Inpyn
© Mike Griffiths
© Edson de Lima Lucas
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Still the list sisterships:
m/v MAGNITOGORSK (Built in 1976, call sign U U D J, deadweight 22,691 t) the head vessel
m/v ANATOLIY VASILJEV (Built in 1981, call sign U Q JW, deadweight 22,447 t)
m/v SMOLENSK (Built in 1981, call sign U V E L, deadweight 22,000 t)
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The Soviet Union RO-RO vessel the Baltic Shipping Company.
m/v KOMSOMOLSK type m/v MAGNITOGORSK
Built in Finland: 1976
Call sign: UUDH
Deadweight: 22,691 t
Cargo capacity: 14,287 t
Output: 2,300 b.h.p.
Speed: 18.5 kn
Home port: Leningrad, Baltic Shipping Company (Established in 1835)
Sisterships: MAGNITIGORSK (Built in Finland 1976)
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