|Photographer:||Anton Heuff [View profile]||Title:||PANNONIA||Added:||May 18, 2008|
|Builders's photograph of the Newcastle-built PANNÓNIA (1896). She was the first of three passenger ships which the Ungaro-Croata company of Fiume ordered from the same yard. The similar GÖDÖLLŐ followed in 1902, the smaller SALONA in 1904. They ran on the Fiume - Dubrovnik - Kotor express service.
Built 1896 at Wigham Richardson & Co., Newcastle-on-Tyne, England as PANNÓNIA for Soc. in Azione Ungaro-Croata di Navigazione Maritima a Vapore, Fiume, Austro-Hungarian Empire. 67 x 8.5 m, 779 grt, 16 kn. 1923 transferred to Jadranska Plovidba d.d., Suak, Kingdom Yugoslavia, renamed SARAJEVO. 1923 sold to Italian company Costiera, Volosca, renamed ENEO. 1926 to San Marco of Venice, not renamed. 1930 sold to Lakoniki Steam Nav, Co., Piraeus, Greece, renamed LEON. 1941 sank in Greek waters due to air attack.
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