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ST. EVAL - IMO 5070127

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Photographer: Neil England [ View profile ]
Captured:
Title: St. Eval
Location:
Photo Category: Motor Yachts
Added: Jun 13, 2007
Views: 9,274
Image Resolution: 2,048 x 1,536

Description:

The former British tug St. Eval, now converted to a luxury yacht, sails into her home port of Vancouver. Originally built in Scotland in 1929, she had a long and colourful history as a tug in England. She was purchased in the early 1990s and converted in Seattle by Dennis Washington, owner of the Seaspan International marine empire based in Vancouver. She is 35m in length, 209 GT, and still flies the British flag. [7-Jun-2007]

General
information

Current flag:
Home port:
Current name: ST.EVAL

Former name(s):

- Chieftain (Until 1967)

Vessel Type: YACHT
Class society:
Callsign: GTJF
IMO: 5070127
ENI:
MMSI: 233217000
PEN:
Build year: 1930
Photos: 15 photos by 9 photographers

Photo
Categories

This ship exists in the following categories:

Motor Yachts - 10 photos

Ancient Motor Vessels - 2 photos

Tugs - 2 photos

Museum Ships - 1 photos

Technical
Data

Gross tonnage: 209 tons
Summer DWT:
Length: 40 m
Beam: 6 m
Draught: 3.9 m

Photographers
of this ship

(9)