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HAJNOWKA - IMO 7110426

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PWR [ View profile ]
Title:
Hajnowka
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Jan 15, 2013
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1,536 x 952

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Arriving Goole Charlie Hill

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Current name:
MISS MATAROA

Former name(s):

 -  Fetu Tokelau (Until 2000 Dec)

 -  Forum Tokelau (Until 2000)

 -  Hajnowka (Until 1997 Aug)

Vessel Type:
General Cargo
Gross tonnage:
912 tons
Summer DWT:
1,063 tons

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General cargo ships built 1970-1979 (Under 3000gt) - 8 photos

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Here we can see m/s "Hajnówka" in her primary appearance and purpose.

River Shipyard "Wisła" from Gdańsk built three small timber/bulk carriers for Polish Steamship Co.
They were first sea-going ships from this shipyard, highly automated for their time, with partially double-function crew.
Later they lost their 3 ton derricks and in year 1976 they were transferred to Polish Baltic Shipping.

B457/1 HAJNÓWKA, IMO 7110426, 1971;
http://www.shipspotting.com/ships/ship.php?imo=7110426

B457/2 RUCIANE, IMO 7212157, 1972;
http://www.shipspotting.com/ships/ship.php?imo=7212157

B457/3 BARLINEK, IMO 7303451, 1973;
http://www.shipspotting.com/ships/ship.php?imo=7303451

I guess, that none of their designers and builders ever imagined, that some day, these ships - designed and authorized for restricted area of navigation (Baltic and North Sea) - will reach other sides of the world - like Nigeria or even Cook Islands :)

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