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Photographer:Wolfgang Fricke [View profile]Title:JordaensAdded:Oct 14, 2020
Captured:IMO:5420619Hits:742
Location:London, United Kingdom
Photo Category: General cargo ships built 1960-1969 (Over 3000gt)
Description:
Length over all 157.6 m; breadth 20.3 m;
built 1963 by Cockerill-Ougree, Hoboken / Belgium, for Cie. Maritime Belge (Lloyd Royal), Antwerpen; 1980 sold to Char Ning Marine, Panama, and renamed CHAR NING; 1982 she became Saudi-Arabian NAFEESA; 1984 broken up;
photo taken 1967; scanned from negative film;
Vessel Identification
Name:Tripos No.2
IMO:5420619
Technical Data
Vessel type:General Cargo
Gross tonnage:10,199 tons
Summer DWT:12,723 tons

Additional Information
Status:Dead
Build year:1963
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Photo Comments (7)

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Bjørn Knudsen on Oct 16, 2020 21:31 (12 days ago)
http://www.aukevisser.nl/t2tanker/id527.htm
Baldizza on Oct 16, 2020 18:06 (13 days ago)
See the beautiful site of Auke Visser for photos fo Ideal X.http://www.aukevisser.nl/t2tanker/id527.htm. Regards. Baldizza.
Bjørn Knudsen on Oct 16, 2020 14:53 (13 days ago)

SS Ideal X, a converted World War II T-2 oil tanker, was the first commercially successful container ship.

Built by The Marinship Corporation during World War II as Potrero Hills, she was later purchased by Malcom McLean's Pan-Atlantic Steamship Company.In 1955, the ship was modified to carry shipping containers and rechristened Ideal X. During her first voyage in her new configuration, on April 26, 1956,the Ideal X carried 58 containers from Port Newark, New Jersey, to Port of Houston, Texas, where 58 trucks were waiting to be loaded with the containers.
Manfred on Oct 16, 2020 11:25 (13 days ago)
@ canberra97:
I don`t know why you name Cie. Maritime Belge as being "quite the pioneers in northern Europe in the carriage of containers in the mid to late seventies"?
Instead of carrying containers on general cargo ships some top European shipping firms were already operating full container vessels as early as 1968, for example this one besides quite a few others:
http://www.shipspotting.com/gallery/photo.php?lid=2772407
Rgds, Manfred
canberra97 on Oct 16, 2020 03:43 (13 days ago)
Cie. Maritime Belge were quite the pioneers in northern Europe in the carriage of container's in the mid to late seventies. Their vessel the REUBENS was the first vessel to use the container terminal at the Port of Southampton when it opened in 1968. Cie. Maritime Belge went on to be one of the founding company's of the Dart Container Line.
Wolfgang Fricke on Oct 14, 2020 13:21 (15 days ago)
I found it interesting, how many containers they carried already 1967!
maurice voss on Oct 14, 2020 09:44 (15 days ago)
Super !
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