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Photographer:friendship [View profile]Title:PRAHAAdded:Aug 09, 2008
Photo Category: Bulkers built 1971-1980
The czechoslovakian Bulkcarrier berthed in the Rostock-Port. Orig. launched 06-12-1971 as polish order CEDYNIA (I) from Type B 447 / 10 for Polska Zegluga Polska, Szczecin, compl. as CSSR-Ship PRAHA 02-06-1972 for Czechoslovak Namorni Plavba.IMO-No.7206316.1994 SEAEAGLE II, then NORA.
-01-1995 arrived Alang to breaked up.

Foto: 05-12-1987 Wolfgang Kramer
Vessel Identification
Name:Seaeagle Ii
Former name(s):
- Nora (Until 1994 Apr)
- Praha (Until 1994 Mar)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Bulk Carrier
Gross tonnage:20,088 tons
Summer DWT:32,357 tons

Additional Information
Build year:1972
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Marek Gono on Oct 21, 2006 18:31 (11 years ago)
imo: 7206316, callsgn: olgn
L: 198.5m, B: 24.4m, D: 10.7m, 20318 BRT, 32357 DWT, 11200hp Sulzer main engine, 14.3kn.
Built in 1972 by Stocznia A. Warskiego Szczecin/PL - type B477-2, #10 or 11, launched feb 12, 1972 as Cedynia (PL/Szczecin) for PZM, finished Jun 3, 1972.
Originally 20pcs series for PZM of Poland, intended to export polish coal to Japan and importing ores from India. Five ships delivered to polish PZM, Praha to Czechoslovak Ocean Shipping (Ceskoslovenska namorni plavba, COS/CNP, Prague, CS). (rest?).

Praha (CS/Prague) made her first commercial voyage from Turf Point/CA to Savannah/US with gypsum, later imported ores from Vitoria&Santos/BR and Puerto Ordaz/VE and India to Europe (Bakar/HR, Szczecin/PL). Several coal voyages from Szczecin/PL to Antwerpen/BE, chemicals from US to Europe, iron scrap to Japan...
One round-the-world voyage, in 1978.

In 1994 sold to (?) and renamed to Sea Eagle II (CZ/Prague???), the same year incident in New Orleans/US,
in 1994 sold to ? and renamed to Nora (?/?),
in Jan 1995 broken up at Alang/IN.
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