|Photographer:||Malcolm Cranfield [View profile]||Title:||NANA P.||Added:||Sep 16, 2020|
|Captured:||September 16, 1970||IMO:||5159387||Hits:||129|
|Location:||Avonmouth, Bristol, United Kingdom|
||General cargo ships built 1950-1959 (Over 3000gt)|
|The 1953 Port de Bouc built NANA P., owned by Lyras Brothers of Piraeus, is seen passing Portishead (it is thought) on 16th September 1970 at the end of a voyage from Montreal to Avonmouth when she grounded near Verchères, an off-island suburb of Montreal, in Montérégie, Quebec, located on the south bank of the Saint Lawrence River.
EX- IMERINA-70 (Messageries Maritimes)
Later: 1972 ALHAMRA ONE (Saudi Arabian)
She arrived at Hodeidah, Yemen, in tow on 29th June 1977 but in October 1978 suffered a flooded engine room and grounded in port. Sold for breaking in 1979, she was eventually broken up at Gadani Beach in August 1982.