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Photographer:Hans-Wilhelm Delfs [View profile]Title:SLOMAN ALSTERPARKAdded:Aug 16, 2009
Location:Rendsburg, Germany
Photo Category: Reefers built before 1980
Refrigerated Cargo Ship SLOMAN ALSTERPARK passing Schόlp/Rendsburg/Kiel-Canal eastbound | Photo: 1972 | © Hans-Wilhelm Delfs, Kiel
IMO: 6815287 | Flag: Germany/Hamburg |
GT 4.914 | dwt 6.455 | Grain 298.000 cbft |
Loa 139,10 m | Lpp 127,90 m | Br 18,00 m |
Yard: Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft AG, Hamburg – Yard No. 829 – Launching 23.04.1968 – Completion 12.09.1968 |
Engine: MAN Typ K9Z 70/120E – 12.600 BHP – 22,80 kn |
Owner: Rob. M. Sloman jr., Hamburg
History: SLOMAN ALSTERPARK (1968-1975) – YEYSKIY LIMAN (1975-1995) – broken up Bombay 14.06.1995

Kiel, 16.08.2009
Vessel Identification
Name:Yeyskiy Liman
Technical Data
Vessel type:Fish Carrier
Gross tonnage:6,332 tons
Summer DWT:6,560 tons

Additional Information
Build year:1968
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Photo Comments (4)

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Dеnis on Mar 16, 2012 18:58 (6 years ago)
Neat look & interesting "double" funnel, btw!
Calant on Aug 21, 2009 22:07 (9 years ago)
Some add'l info re.Sloman Alsterpark. She had a sister called Sloman Alstertor,
same yard H.Werke.Sold to S.Union (at that time) and called Akhtarskiy Liman
and converted to a fishcarrier ( like her sister). Pls note her special styled smoke
stack. In those years the German yards & shipowners tried to reduce the smoke/
exhaustgas/debries falling on deck. Pls recall the funnels of the Cap San ships,
the Polar class ships, the Columbusline containers vsls, Hamburg Amerika Line's ss Hanseatic ( later sailing as Maxim Gorkiy ) presently beached at
Alang. As said previously, those were the ships....
Rgds, Capt.Bill Waldmeier
Calant on Aug 17, 2009 13:34 (9 years ago)
Thank you Hans Wilhelm for your nice pictures of yesteryear reefers.
That were yachts, not ships... Sleek lines, well designed superstructures,
cargoderricks all along secured in their posts in perfect harmony with the
general smooth deck lines, teakwood covered decks, well maintained,
just perfect. Again, thank you!
Capt. Bill
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