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Photographer:Robert Goulet [View profile]Title:Le Chene No 1Added:May 18, 2005
Photo Category: Tankers built before 1970
At Cape Dyer early 80s
Vessel Identification
Former name(s):
- Silverhead (Until 2003)
- Enerchem Trader (Until 2000 Apr)
- Le Chene No.1 (Until 1997)
- J.edouard Simard (Until 1967)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Tanker
Gross tonnage:5,065 tons
Summer DWT:7,809 tons

Additional Information
Build year:1961
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Photo Comments (10)

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Rogério Cordeiro on Aug 01, 2008 22:49 (9 years ago)
Great photo!


IMO: 5166524
Ex-names: J.Edouard Simard; Edouard Simard
Pos-names: Enerchem Trader; Silverhead; Le Cheng; Norhan
Built by: Davie Yards Inc (Canada) in 1961 -

Lanaud on May 19, 2005 16:31 (13 years ago)
Gianpaolo on May 19, 2005 14:18 (13 years ago) 2004 named SILVERHEAD.
Robert Goulet on May 19, 2005 12:38 (13 years ago)
On Baffin Island N.W.T. at that time, near the
arctic circle.
Lanaud on May 19, 2005 11:50 (13 years ago)
Robert, where exactly is Cape Dyer?
Lanaud on May 19, 2005 02:43 (13 years ago)
Thanks. I have a couple of uncles that sailed her or one of the others, including tha Maplebranch. My father did a few but mostly the Arsène Simard.
Robert Goulet on May 18, 2005 20:08 (13 years ago)
Yes it is the Edouard Simard and at that time
I beleive it was a Sofati/Soconav ship before
it became Socanav. :pint: :pint:
Lanaud on May 18, 2005 19:55 (13 years ago)
Thanks to Kent for lighting my light and most of all to Robert for posting the photo.
Kent Malo on May 18, 2005 18:06 (13 years ago)
Correct Laurent, that is the ex Edouard Simard, Le Saule 1 was the ex Ludger Simard, these were sold in 1982 to Soconav, Inc. :-(
Lanaud on May 18, 2005 17:35 (13 years ago)
Don't have my book with me, but that's either the Edouard, Jos or Ludger Simard.... Guess they had just been sold. The Branch Lines leafs is seemingly painted out.

Thanks for posting this one.
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