INLAND - IMO 5161653
|Photographer:||Hubert Desgagnés [View profile]||Title:||INLAND||Added:||Nov 12, 2015|
|Captured:||July 10, 1975||IMO:||5161653||Hits:||2,100|
||General cargo ships built 1950-1959 (Under 3000gt)|
|Cargo ship INLAND. The picture was taken from Canadian Coast Guard icebreaker NORMAN McLEOD ROGERS in the middle on the Hudson Bay after we received a request of assistance to escort her from heavy ice (early July 1975). She has been beset in ice since the previous Fall. Some inuits hunters tried to find a shelter near the vessel and lighted a fire to warm up, which explain the black side of the superstructure. She was sold when she arrived to her home port of Montréal.|
|Vessel type:||General Cargo|
|Gross tonnage:||1,126 tons|
|Summer DWT:||1,531 tons|
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The D'VORA was the first one + Inland +Aigle D'Oéan |
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If I remember well, she was the first Canadian-flag ship which pioneered winter navigation to Montréal in the 1960s. |
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