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Photographer:Jaksa Kivela [View profile]Title:SUTJESKAAdded:Sep 14, 2007
Photo Category: General cargo ships built before 1940 (Over 3000gt)
Courtesy of Vedran Mladic (I think but can't remember).
No other details except that in her latter years she sailed for the Jugoslavenska Linijska Plovidba, Rijeka. Also, this is the ship on which my dad began his merchant navy career.
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Anton Heuff on Jan 11, 2007 17:10 (11 years ago)
Jaksa, nice to see your maritime roots here!

In addition to the particulars which Jaap provided: This steamer was the last of a series of eight ships which the yard built 'on spec' between 1917 and 1920 in view of the huge loss of tonnage caused by World War I. Owners of the TIMOK were Brodarsko Akcionarsko Društvo "Oceania", Sušak. The former EIGEN HULP II (1917) was bought by "Oceania" in 1936 and renamed DINARA. 1946 renamed SPLIT (Jugolinija). 1961 scrapped.

Regards, Anton
Milko Kronja on Dec 26, 2006 01:58 (11 years ago)
Jakša, brod je dodijeljen Jugoliniji za njen početak rada, 1958. predan Kvarnerskoj Plovidbi temeljem odluke o decentralizaciji iz 1955. Nakon zadnjeg putovanja Haifa - Trst/Koper u ožujku 1961. doplovila je u rezalište Sveti Kajo.

Pozdrav - Milko
Jaap de Roode on Dec 15, 2006 13:16 (12 years ago)
The SUTJESKA was build in 1920 at the yard Wilton’s Machinefabriek & Scheepswerf in Rotterdam (yard number 290) for their own account as EIGEN HULP VIII. The ship was laid up after completion. Sold in 1924 to the Stoomvaart Maatschappij Wijklijn as OISTERWIJK, this is also the year that she was registered in the Lloyds Registers. After one roundtrip that same year she was sold to France as EMMY L.D. In 1933 sold to Yugoslavia as TIMOK. In 1946 renamed SUTJESKA. In 1961 broken up in Split.
GT=3099 DWT=5636
99,06 x 14,33 x 6,60
3 cil. TEM build at the yard 1300 ipk 11 knots.
Jaap de Roode
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