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Photographer:Dave Leonard [View profile]Title:MormacwaveAdded:Aug 01, 2007
Captured:IMO:5211496Hits:2,178
Photo Category: General cargo ships built 1960-1969 (Over 3000gt)
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MooreMcCormack Line,leaving Port Elizabeth
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IMO:5211496
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Allan RO on Feb 20, 2014 15:00 (2 years ago)
a date for the photo would be very helpful in confirming identification

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riohondo on Feb 20, 2014 14:52 (2 years ago)
MORMACWAVE For sure nothing common with WASHINGTON LR/IMO 5386540! This is LR/IMO 5211496 C3-S-A1 type ship built in 1943 as SEA PIKE by Western Pipe & Steel Co. San Francisco Yard No.79. Renamed MORMACWAVE in 1945 and LONE STAR STATE in 1955. Scrapped Kaohsiung 1970.
Bjørn Knudsen on Feb 20, 2014 14:47 (2 years ago)
No IMO number.

IDNo: 2252525
Year: 1944
Name: RIVERSIDE
Keel: 11.11.43
Type: Passenger/cargo
Launch Date: 13.4.44
Flag: USA
Date of completion: 18.12.44
Tons: 8007
Link: 2415
DWT: 12595
Yard No: 414
Length overall: 150.0
Ship Design: C3-S-A1
LPP: 141.8
Country of build: USA
Beam: 21.2
Builder: Ingalls
Location of yard: Pascagoula
Number of screws/Mchy/ Speed(kn): 1ST-16.5

1947 P.& T.FORESTER - 57 MORMACWAVE - 66 SANTA LEONOR
wrecked 52.32S/73.37W 31.3.68 [Rio de Janeiro-Vancouver, general]

Eric THIBAUT on Mar 29, 2013 09:45 (3 years ago)
Thanks, Peter. But I've still some doubts: MOREMACWAVE or MORMACWAVE ? You can also search on the site for a picture of SANTA LEONOR, and compare...
Eric THIBAUT on Mar 29, 2013 07:05 (3 years ago)
I'm afraid there are some errors in the information: this ship was visibly built in the 40's, not in 1962 ! I think she ended her career as SANTA LEONOR, sunk somewhere in Magellan Strait. Can anybody confirm ?
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