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FINN-ENSO - IMO 6522505

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Photographer:
Malcolm Cranfield [ View profile ]
Captured:
May 21, 1975
Title:
Finn-enso
Added:
May 21, 2024
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Image Resolution:
3,827 x 2,328

Description:

Enso-Gutzeit of Kotka's 1965 Turku built FINN-ENSO, operated by Finnlines and lengthened in 1969, outbound from Rotterdam on 21st May 1975 during a voyage from New Orleans to northern European ports.

Later: 1979 MAH - 80 CORRAL - 91 GOLDEN HILL - 92 HARBOUR

fire-damaged on 5th January 1992 during a voyage from Valparaiso to Baltimore with a cargo of zinc oxide, she resumed her voyage from Port Everglades on 30th January but, on arrival at Tampa on 1st February, was seized when drugs were found on board. She was eventually sent to Tuxpan in Mexico for scrapping, arriving there on 2nd August 1993.

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Current name:
HARBOUR

Former name(s):

 -  Golden Hill (Until 1991 Dec)

 -  Corral (Until 1991 Mar)

 -  Mah (Until 1980)

 -  Finn-enso (Until 1979)

Current flag:
Panama
Home port:
Panama
Vessel Type:
General Cargo
Gross tonnage:
8,698 tons
Summer DWT:
11,278 tons
Length:
151.35 m
Beam:
18.95 m
Draught:
7.5 m

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General cargo ships built 1960-1969 (Over 3000gt) - 3 photos

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Hi Malcolm, what an astonishing photo of a beautiful Finnish ship, many thanks for uploading it!

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Many thanks Aleksi - from the funnel markings, can you name of the joint service on which she was operating at the time please?

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Between 09-1971 and 12-1976 she was time-chartered to Atlantic Gulf Service Ab, Gothenburg, Sweden and those are the markings of that company.

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Many thanks Aleksi, much appreciated. Best regards. Malcolm

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