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Photographer:Pascal RITEAU [View profile]Title:TAMATAVEAdded:May 31, 2011
Captured:IMO:7229576Hits:1,069
Location:Port Louis, Mauritius
Photo Category: General cargo ships built 1970-1979 (Over 3000gt)
Description:
She was built in Eastern Germany for the national company of Madagascar. Her call sign was 5RKI. She is pictured in Mauritius loading sugar for Tate & lyle in London in May 1984. This was her last trip under this name and flag
Vessel Identification
Name:Amatave
IMO:7229576
Technical Data
Vessel type:General Cargo
Gross tonnage:9,176 tons
Summer DWT:13,950 tons

Additional Information
Status:Dead
Build year:1972
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Photo Comments (4)

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Pascal RITEAU on Oct 16, 2011 18:01 (6 years ago)
Hi Stefan,
Her life were indead too short but at the end of her life she was in a very bad shape. I think she has a lot of sisters. Best regards
StefanFoerst on Oct 09, 2011 09:05 (6 years ago)
Hi Pascal,
thank you for these two rare pics at Mauritius. I have seen her at Hamburg in january 1984. This attractive ship had a much too short life, I think.
Greetings,
Stefan
Pascal RITEAU on Jul 17, 2011 14:27 (7 years ago)
This is rigth and the delivery took place in Dunkirk (France). Here she is spotted loading sugar in Port Louis (Mauritius) her last cargo under Malagazy flag, loaded and carried out to London. New owner visited her in London and after sugar was off loaded she sailed to Dunkirk and was delivered to Blue Heron Shipping out there few weeks after.
Fidy Andria on Jul 12, 2011 06:03 (7 years ago)
She was sold to "Blue Heron Shipping" and sailed under the name of Amatave a few monthes before being scrapped
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