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Photographer:Arne Jürgens [View profile]Title:ANITA DANAdded:Aug 06, 2007
Captured:IMO:5017967Hits:7,849
Photo Category: General cargo ships built 1950-1959 (Under 3000gt)
Description:
This pic shows the danish ANITA DAN next to Rendsburg in 1959.

1956 Krögerwerft,Rendsburg/1080
LOA: 93.6 / LPP: 83.4 / Beam: 14.0 m
Tons: 2641
DWT: 3225

Sold to the Royal Navy in 1967, rebuild and renamed HMS Endurance A 171. Decommissioned 1991


Many thanx to Bjarne & Bent from Danmark for correct info!


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David Calderwood on Jan 11, 2009 19:24 (8 years ago)
Im trying to contact Bjarne about Anita Dan plans, but he is not responding to his PM's If anyone knows another way to contact him can you ask him to look at his PM's please.
Bjarne Johansen on Jan 01, 2007 14:22 (10 years ago)
Hallo Arne , Armin and Bent Mikkelsen

The picture of ”Helga Dan” is Anita Dan or Frida Dan.

The company J.Lauritzen published a booklet “J.Lauritzen lines” in 1963 or 1964.
The booklet describes the fleet of polar ships with a drawing and a describtion of the dimensions and technical equipmet of each serie of ships.
In 1984 was published a book “J.Lauritzen 1884- 1984” by Søren Thorsø. This book describes all the ships and their fate during the companys first 100 years.

I have a copy of both.

The Picture is neither Helga Dan nor Thora Dan: Those two sisterships were build by Stülcken in Hamburg in 1956 and 1957. They had 5 hatches and the mast on the foredeck was a single mast.

The picture of “Helga Dan” illustrates a ship with a bipod mast on the foredeck.
The number and configuration of windows in the superstructure indicates it is one of f the following ships:

Anita Dan: Krögerwerft, Rendsburg (No 1080) 1956. Sold to Royal Navy in 1967, rebuild and renamed HMS Endurance A 171. Decommissioned 1991 .

Frida Dan: Werft Nobisburg, Rendsburg (No. 593) 1957. Dimi L 1974, Giannis K 1979, demolission 1981.

Erika Dan: Werft Nobiskrug, Rendsburg (No. 604) 1958. Al Riaz 1973 sank north of Vigo Spain in 1974.

Anita Dan and Frida dan had one 25 tons derrick at hatch no 2. Erika Dan had a 35 tons derrick at hatch no 2 and a 25 tons derrick at hatch no 3. So the picture can not be Erika Dan.

Both Anita Dan and Frida Dan were delivered with white mast, and a red funnel with black top.
.
My father was the first chief officer on Anita Dan and my life was founded on the ship.
Helga Dan and Thora Dan are the first ships I can remember.

I will sugest you update the photo and rename it Anita dan ( or Frida Dan)

If you are interested in the drawing, technical descriptions or the history of the ships, please let me know.

Best regards and thank you for publishing the photo.

Bjarne
Bjarne Johansen on Jan 01, 2007 14:21 (10 years ago)
Hallo Arne , Armin and Bent Mikkelsen

The picture of ”Helga Dan” is Anita Dan or Frida Dan.

The company J.Lauritzen published a booklet “J.Lauritzen lines” in 1963 or 1964.
The booklet describes the fleet of polar ships with a drawing and a describtion of the dimensions and technical equipmet of each serie of ships.
In 1984 was published a book “J.Lauritzen 1884- 1984” by Søren Thorsø. This book describes all the ships and their fate during the companys first 100 years.

I have a copy of both.

The Picture is neither Helga Dan nor Thora Dan: Those two sisterships were build by Stülcken in Hamburg in 1956 and 1957. They had 5 hatches and the mast on the foredeck was a single mast.

The picture of “Helga Dan” illustrates a ship with a bipod mast on the foredeck.
The number and configuration of windows in the superstructure indicates it is one of f the following ships:

Anita Dan: Krögerwerft, Rendsburg (No 1080) 1956. Sold to Royal Navy in 1967, rebuild and renamed HMS Endurance A 171. Decommissioned 1991 .

Frida Dan: Werft Nobisburg, Rendsburg (No. 593) 1957. Dimi L 1974, Giannis K 1979, demolission 1981.

Erika Dan: Werft Nobiskrug, Rendsburg (No. 604) 1958. Al Riaz 1973 sank north of Vigo Spain in 1974.

Anita Dan and Frida dan had one 25 tons derrick at hatch no 2. Erika Dan had a 35 tons derrick at hatch no 2 and a 25 tons derrick at hatch no 3. So the picture can not be Erika Dan.

Both Anita Dan and Frida Dan were delivered with white mast, and a red funnel with black top.
.
My father was the first chief officer on Anita Dan and my life was founded on the ship.
Helga Dan and Thora Dan are the first ships I can remember.

I will sugest you update the photo and rename it Anita dan ( or Frida Dan)

If you are interested in the drawing, technical descriptions or the history of the ships, please let me know.

Best regards and thank you for publishing the photo.

Bjarne
Bent Mikkelsen on Dec 21, 2006 13:23 (10 years ago)
Sorry to spoil the fun, but this is not HELGA DAN nor the sister THORA DAN. Even that they most alike the three Rendsburg sisters ANITA DAN, FRIDA DAN and ERIKA DAN. It is one of the Rendsburgers. Not ERIKA DAN is it was delivered after the change of funnel from a black funnel with a red band to a red funnel with only the white band. Also a number of small details are similar with the Rendsburgers. One of the most visible is that the gangway is placed in the aft part of the superstructur on the main deck. Helga Dan and Thora Dan had it on the for part. One of these Rendsburger are famous as printed and sold as a postcard with the old swng bridge in Rendsburg.
Bent Mikkelsen
shipmik
Arne Jürgens on Dec 20, 2006 18:10 (10 years ago)
Hi Armin,

many thanx for information!

Krgds,
Arne
Armin Rönnau on Dec 20, 2006 10:55 (10 years ago)
High Arne,

its the Helga Dan; the Nella Dan gets a helicopterdeck on her stern instead a lifeboat.
Regards
Armin, Bremen
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