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Photographer:pieter melissen [View profile]Title:DialaAdded:Nov 27, 2015
Captured:IMO:6611796Hits:1,150
Location:Rozenburg, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Photo Category: Tankers built before 1970
Description:
Twin funnel arrangement for two steam turbines. Highly inefficient according to modern standards, but looking the part.
Vessel Identification
Name:Lan Shui
IMO:6611796
Technical Data
Vessel type:Floating Storage/production
Gross tonnage:37,911 tons
Summer DWT:71,242 tons

Additional Information
Status:Dead
Build year:1966
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Photo Comments (5)

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pieter melissen on Nov 28, 2015 08:12 (3 years ago)
Patagualino, but also built at a time when crew sizes were about twice the size of what they are now..
Patagualino on Nov 27, 2015 22:50 (3 years ago)
Built when ships had civilised-sized accomodation!
heizer on Nov 27, 2015 21:44 (3 years ago)
Hi Pieter,
thanks for sharing, sailed on her as 2nd Eng. from September 1971 til March 1972.
Regards
pieter melissen on Nov 27, 2015 19:13 (3 years ago)
Thanks Pica, just to prove: never let an economist make suggestions about a technological issue...(I arrived at this conclusion because all the turbine ships in the D-class had two stacks...)
Pica on Nov 27, 2015 18:48 (3 years ago)
Hello Pieter,
the twin funnel or stack arrangement had nothing to do with 2 turbines but with the two boilers. She had the common high and low pressure single shaft arrangement. Same as her near-sisters "Drupa" and "Darina".
I worked on both "Drupa" and "Darina" as a young mechanic apprentice. Long time ago....!
Just to mention: She has been built by DW/Deutsche Werft in Hamburg-Finkenwerder and not at Howaldts.
Thanks for posting
Jürgen
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