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Photographer:jackosan [View profile]Title:YUHUNGAdded:Mar 25, 2020
Captured:October 01, 1972IMO:5325273Hits:390
Location:Kobe, Japan
Photo Category: General cargo ships built 1950-1959 (Over 3000gt)
Description:
General cargo ship “Yuhung” at Kobe, Japan, October 1972
Owner: Ta-Mou Lines Corp.
Flag: Republic of China (Taiwan)
Port of registry: Keelung
Builder: Hashihama Zosen, Imabari
Gross tons: 2,373
Deadweight: 3,563
Length overall: 90.0 m
Max. draft: 5.87 m
Engine: 6-cylinder diesel, 2,100 b.h.p., by Ito Tekkosho, Shimizu
Service speed: 12 knots
Completed July 1959 as “Shoho Maru No.5” (第五松豊丸) for Manno Kisen K.K., Osaka
Sold 1966 to Dowa Kaiun K.K., Tokyo, renamed “Yumei Maru”
Bought 1969 by Ta-Mou
Sold 1976, renamed “Fan Lee”
Sold 19??, renamed “Inchon Star”
Vessel Identification
Name:Inchon Star
IMO:5325273
Technical Data
Vessel type:General Cargo
Gross tonnage:2,345 tons
Summer DWT:3,620 tons

Additional Information
Status:Dead
Build year:1959
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Photo Comments (3)

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csaba on Mar 26, 2020 04:44 (13 days ago)
"I hope the relatively obscure subjects make them worth seeing"
Yes, absolutely :-)
jackosan on Mar 26, 2020 00:48 (13 days ago)
Thanks for the support, Pieter!
I realise that my old photos are not of the best quality (especially compared to those from the likes of Malcolm Cranfield, DDGHansa & Chris Howell etc. - and my big thanks to those members for their superb contributions!) but I hope the relatively obscure subjects make them worth seeing.
pieter melissen on Mar 25, 2020 08:18 (13 days ago)
Thank you for posting many of what people would call "obscure" Far Eastern ships. Historic contributions from that part of the world are very much appreciated. Personally I jump for joy when seeing this, and not so when the newest MSC giant makes a maiden trip to Rotterdam.
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