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Photographer:
Malcolm Cranfield [ View profile ]
Captured:
May 17, 1975
Title:
Hanoi
Added:
Dec 3, 2023
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Image Resolution:
3,498 x 2,060

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Polish Ocean Lines' 1960 Gdansk built HANOI was photographed passing Rozenburg on 17th May 1975 during a voyage from Gdynia to Nagoya via Antwerp.

HANOI finally arrived at Chittagong on 1st March 1983 for breaking.

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Current name:
HANOI
Status:
Dead
Build year:
1960
Vessel Type:
General Cargo
Gross tonnage:
6,914 tons
Summer DWT:
9,953 tons

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General cargo ships built 1960-1969 (Over 3000gt) - 4 photos

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M/s HANOI ; General cargo ship (B54/VIII/17) built in the Gdańsk Shipyard (Not in the Remontowa Shipyard) for Polish Ocean Lines. The ship was launched on December 23, 1959, handed over to the shipowner and put into service on the Far Eastern Line on July 2, 1960. From 1965, the ship was employed on the Bay of Bengal Line. In February 1973, after 140 days of voyage and calling at 18 ports, the ship was the second PLO ship (the first was m/s HEL) to complete its journey around the world, returning from the Far East to Gdynia through the Panama Canal. In June 1975, she completed a reconnaissance trip on a planned line to ports in Thailand, Malaysia and the Philippines.
In June 1979, it collided with the Japanese tanker FUKUSEI MARU. Sold for scrap, arrived in March 1983 (?) on Chittagong Beach in Bangladesh.

Particulars...
Tonnage: 6914 GRT / 3785 NRT / 9953 tDW
Dimensions: 153.93 x 19.44 x 8.31 [m]
holds/hatches: 5/5 (holds partially cooled).
Passenger cabins: 6 double cabins
Main drive: 1 x HCP SULZER 6RSAD76; 7,800 horsepower (5,741kW)
Speed: 16 knots
Classification society: PRS

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