|8,261 grt; 12,193 dwt
Operator: W J Tatem Ltd (Atlantic Shipping & Trading Co Ltd), London
W J Tatem was the 1st Baron Glanely, hence the name. Glan Ely means the banks of the River Ely, in Cardiff, Wales.
Built 1960 by Austin & Pickersgill Ltd, Sunderland. Yard no. 362.
Main engine: four-cylinder, two-stroke, opposed-piston North Eastern Marine Engineering-Doxford 7LBD4 of 4,800 bhp at 115 rpm. Speed: 15 knots
1969-sold to Douglas SS Co Ltd (D Lapraik & Co Ltd managers), London, renamed INCHONA (British flag).
1975-sold to Greek owners, renamed ALEKOS K.
1978-sold to Liberian associate of A G Politis, Piraeus, Greece, renamed ARIES (Greek flag).
1987-to breakers at Alang, India, beached 25/4.
Photo: Royal Albert Dock, London 13/1/1968.