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Photographer:Edson de Lima Lucas [View profile]Title:MYSTERY SHIPAdded:Jun 27, 2020
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Edson de Lima Lucas on Jun 30, 2020 03:02 (4 days ago)
I doscovered that there were two LCI at Navegação Bahiana - Cachoeira and Nazaré.
Edson de Lima Lucas on Jun 27, 2020 23:29 (6 days ago)
Until now my only register of an ex-LCI in cimmercial use at Brazil belongs to Companhia de Navegação Bahiana but I don't remember the name.
davidships on Jun 27, 2020 22:02 (6 days ago)
Not sure that there can be a "wing" on a circular structure? But, well spotted Yvon. I seems that TROPIC is the first of two words. Here's a candidate of the right ship-type, but I can offer no explanation for why she might have been in Brazil:

LCI(L)-869 built 1944 New Jersey Shipbuilding Co
1949 redesignated LSIL-869, landing ship infantry large
1952 renamed GOLDCREST (AMCU-24), coastal minesweeper unwater locator
1955 redesignated MHC-24) coastal minesweeper
1960 sold to Scott-Matson Farms In, Fort Pierce, Florida, renamed ABACO FARMER
1961 renamed TROPIC FARMER (IMO 5000641)
(the sequence of the last two names may have been reversed - sources vary)

Scott-Matson had farms in Florida, Abaco Islands Bahamas, Dominican Republic and Honduras (and they had also several other LCI(L)s though they didn't have "Tropic" names). Could the photo be from somewhere other than Brazil?
Bjørn Knudsen on Jun 27, 2020 08:08 (6 days ago)
?????
https://www.wrecksite.eu/wreck.aspx?176541
Searaider on Jun 27, 2020 07:21 (6 days ago)
Hi Edson, I think she is GONÇALO COELHO, Ex TROPIC GALE, Ex LSM-119
Best regards
Edson de Lima Lucas on Jun 27, 2020 03:03 (7 days ago)
Correct Yvon ... this is the word "tropic" or the letters TRCPC.
Yvon Perchoc on Jun 27, 2020 02:48 (7 days ago)
Looks like a name is visible on the bridge's wing.
Edson de Lima Lucas on Jun 27, 2020 02:25 (7 days ago)
Thanks Daniel and David. But in this photo is on merchant version !!!
davidships on Jun 27, 2020 01:39 (7 days ago)
A former LCI(L) - landing craft infantry large - of the US Navy, of which 100s were buit during WW2.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Landing_Craft_Infantry
and a preserved one:
https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:LCI-713_2012_-_Portland_Oregon.jpg
Daniel Bérubé on Jun 27, 2020 01:36 (7 days ago)
One LCI,meaning:landing ship infantry of the 2nd World War.Remember the Normandie allied landing...
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