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Photographer:Chris Finney [View profile]Title:OCEAN ENTERPRISEAdded:Apr 11, 2008
Captured:IMO:6260315Hits:1,940
Photo Category: General cargo ships built 1940-1949 (Over 3000gt)
Description:
Ocean Enterprise - Oh, what did they do to Stad Breda's funnel when she was sold and renamed in 1963? At Port Adelaide October 1969.
Launched in 1944 as the Schonfels but later sold and r/n Stad Breda in 1949.
B/u at Kaohsiung, commencing 22 Novembner 1971.
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IMO:6260315
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Australis on Mar 16, 2008 10:34 (9 years ago)
stratheden you are right. it ise the ex STADT BREDA ex SCHONFELS.
There is a photo of her as the OCEAN ENTERPRISE at http://ddghansa-shipsphotos.de/schoenfels300.htm
Robin Scott on Mar 16, 2008 03:15 (9 years ago)
I think you have the wrong OCEAN ENTERPRISE here Chris, in LR 1968/69 there were two, both built 1949, and one as you say is ex Hain TREGOTHNAN, but this is not a Hain design.

Pretty sure this is ex STADT BREDA ex SCHONFELS built in Netherlands, and as you say unlikely to be the original funnell.

Robin
Gerolf Drebes on Mar 12, 2008 19:50 (9 years ago)
Hi Chris,
I do not remember that vessel as British one, but I think the funnel makes the ship some sort of interesting, the very old shape with a much newer funnel design and in addition in a strong red colour. I like the view.
Gerolf
stumps on Mar 12, 2008 16:36 (9 years ago)
What an awful abortion - just does'nt look right. Redhead's Design Departmenbt would be shocked to have seen that. You know, I don't think Hain or Frank Strick built anywhere else but Rehdead's. Walked passed the old yard in early 80's., and was a very sad sight :cry:
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