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Photographer:
Chris Howell [ View profile ]
Title:
Sapele
Added:
Jun 23, 2011
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2,183
Image Resolution:
3,493 x 2,219

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Owned slide with copyright

Built 1980
86 ANTILLES - 90 SAINT PIERRE - 98 ASTRA SEA - 08 BULK TRADER - 10 SENJA FJORD

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Current name:
SENJA FJORD

Former name(s):

 -  Bulk Trader (Until 2010 Apr)

 -  Astra Sea (Until 2008 Sep)

 -  Saint Pierre (Until 1998 Jan)

 -  Antilles (Until 1990 Jul)

 -  Sapele (Until 1986)

Vessel Type:
General Cargo
Gross tonnage:
9,475 tons
Summer DWT:
11,587 tons

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Allan Mears

1 photos

Tom Turner

1 photos

Daniel Ferro

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Phil English

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BRIAN FISHER

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simonwp

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Allan RO

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John Jones

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Patrick Hill

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Rui Serafim

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mara

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Frafo

1 photos

Chris Howell

1 photos

sailoretel

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Paul T

3 photos

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person
She was laid up between July/October 1984 - see link below

http://www.merseamuseum.org.uk/mmvessels.php?hit=251&tot=276&rt=a&mid=0&typ=name&wds=

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person
I have posted a photo of the earlier, Polish-built SAPELE, which was operated by EDL on charter from German owners.
See: http://www.shipspotting.com/gallery/photo.php?lid=1339386

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person
Thanks will change.

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person
Hi Chris

This is B430/7/11 - the second Sapele of the series as Simon says. The first 6 of the B430 series, B430/I type had a different array of derricks, the last 6, B430/7 had 6 x 36t derricks.

sold to Indian breakers as Senja Fjord, arrived Alang 10:07:2010, beached 13:07:2010


cheers

Allan

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person
Hi Chris

Fine shot however I think this may be the later SAPELE (IMO 7720087) laid up on River Blackwater in July/August 1984.

Regards
Simon

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