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Photographer: MUHSEN HUSSEIN [ View profile ]
Captured: Aug 6, 2020
Title: Amadeo Ii
Location: Beirut, Lebanon
Photo Category: Wrecks & Relics
Added: Sep 4, 2020
Views: 3,135
Image Resolution: 2,688 x 1,242

Description:

MT: AMADEO II - IMO 7423990
The little tanker totally destroyed after beirut port explosion

General
information

Current flag: Lebanon
Current name: AMADEO II

Former name(s):

- Tabark Alaah (Until 2014 Dec)

- Katia (Until 2011 Aug)

- Pia V (Until 2008 May)

- Pia (Until 2007 Apr)

- Pia Theresa (Until 2006 Dec)

- Limfjord (Until 1984 Jan)

- Arroi (Until 1982)

Vessel Type: EDIBLE OIL TANKER
Callsign: ODWB
IMO: 7423990
MMSI: 450557000
Build year: 1976

Technical
Data

Gross tonnage: 563 tons
Summer DWT: 683 tons

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This ship exists in the following categories:

Vegetable/Edible Oil Tankers - 26 photos

Wrecks & Relics - 1 photos

General cargo ships built 1970-1979 (Under 3000gt) - 4 photos

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Photographers
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(19)

Pilot Frans

2 photos

simonwp

1 photos

Frits Olinga

4 photos

PWR

3 photos

Dave Medgett

1 photos

Mikkel

1 photos

DEREK SANDS

1 photos

Tender

1 photos

Patrick Hill

2 photos

Alf van Beem

1 photos

Fred

1 photos

Sierras

1 photos

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person
The force of the explosion was so tremendous that it lifted the ship right out of the water onto the quay, and blasted all the paint of the ship, like it was sand blasted ,though in this case it must have been the grain from the destroyed silos instead of sand.
Look at those steel plates crushed as if they were cardboard.
no wonder her poor unfortunate crew perished in the blast.
regards
Emmanuel.L.(Malta)
person
I am sorry to hear that, Muhsen.
May their families find peace.
person
The ship was working as a bunker barge in Beirut port, but unfortunately all of its crews died
person
I don't think so - she had been laid up for some years
person
Were there crew on board?
person
What a very sad sight and bring home the impact of the explosion
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