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Photo Details
Photographer:Kent [View profile]Title:Stena WorkhorseAdded:Apr 17, 2005
Photo Category: Support Vessels
Stena Workhorse Divingvessel (Before Supplyvessel)
Vessel Identification
Name:Miden Anie
Former name(s):
- Adams Challenge (Until 2006 Apr)
- Crusa (Until 1995 Jan)
- Crusader (Until 1994 Nov)
- Alpha Crusader (Until 1993 Jun)
- Stena Workhorse (Until 1990 Jan)
- Stena Welder (Until 1981)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Pipe Carrier
Gross tonnage:3,375 tons
Summer DWT:3,932 tons

Additional Information
Build year:1977
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Photo Comments (2)

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Romie on May 15, 2015 03:43 (1 year ago)
Hey Treefrog, this is Romie. I was the Boatswain during the SAA salvage in Mauritius with the ROV Gemini. Capt. Donnan was the skipper, Keith Summers was Chief Officer. John Allan was Chief Engineer. i'm just wondering who you are. I hope you'll see my comment.
Treefrog on Jan 19, 2012 22:22 (4 years ago)
I did three trips on that wreck. First one was the salvage job on the SAA Flight 295, 'Helderberg' which crashed off Mauritius in 1987. We found the wreckage site in late 1988 and recovered the voice recorder 'black box' in January 1989. I remember hearing that Roy Orbison had died during that job.
I also did a dry-dock in Singapore later that year and then went with the ship down to Australia to install a riser in the South Timor Sea (I think). I went back to Singapore with the ship where it was sold to a Norwegian company for a very large sum. It should have gone straight to the breakers. To give the old tub its due, it might have been a floating junk yard but it always got the job done.

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