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Photo Details
Photographer:jackosan [View profile]Title:AMRAAdded:Mar 13, 2019
Captured:March 01, 1972IMO:6922444Hits:494
Photo Category: Wheelhouse
Description:
The Chartroom of British India S.N. Co's “Amra”, taken in March 1972
The radar at left is a Marconi "Raymark 16".Also in the picture the echo-sounder, speed log display, Decca Navigator (lid open) & sextant (actually used in those days!)
Vessel Identification
Name:Hyundai No.33
IMO:6922444
Former name(s):
- Strathcarron (Until 1978)
- Amra (Until 1976)
Technical Data
Vessel type:General Cargo
Gross tonnage:9,953 tons
Summer DWT:14,144 tons

Additional Information
Status:Dead
Build year:1969
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Photo Comments (7)

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jackosan on Mar 14, 2019 08:21 (1 month ago)
If anything happened to a sextant it was your own fault as they were each officer's personal property. The company did not provide any themselves, although I think it became compulsory to provide 2 per ship from later in the 70s
jackosan on Mar 14, 2019 08:18 (1 month ago)
There was a chair in the wheelhouse part of the bridge but that was reserved for captains & pilots only. Woe betide anyone else found sitting in it!
marce on Mar 14, 2019 05:21 (1 month ago)
Never leave the sextant loose over the chart room tableˇˇ the Master used to warn meˇ
Henning Brauwers on Mar 14, 2019 00:45 (1 month ago)
and no chair to be seen :-)
MattyBoy on Mar 13, 2019 23:41 (1 month ago)
A proper navigators station.
Captain Ted on Mar 13, 2019 23:33 (1 month ago)
...and the radar with access holes for the hands to reach inside with a "fat"stick and draw plottings on the screen. I did that still in 1984 and my last time was sometime in 2001-02
volker1948 on Mar 13, 2019 10:42 (1 month ago)
I also know it from my time onboard other vessels!
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