BREMSNES

BREMSNES

Postby Keelman » Mon Nov 04, 2013 8:29 pm

Built 1947 by J.Crown & Sons for Rolf Wigand, Norway, as ANDWI
Sold to A/S Wilhelms, Norway, in 1952 renamed MANX KING
Sold to A/S Fro, Norway, in 1956 renamed ACO
Sold to Halfdan Backer, Norway in 1961 renamed BREMSNES
Sold to A.Oliviero, Italy in 1967 renamed MONTE BONDONE
Susequent names MARISOL 1969 registered at Cagliari ROSA PALOMBA 1973 registered at Naples
Demolished at La Spezia 1975
Photographed at Dunston staiths 7th April 1964
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Re: BREMSNES

Postby fitter » Sun Jan 19, 2014 7:21 pm

Crown also built another ANDWI, yard number 237 in 1954 for Wigand, fitted with a Doxford engine
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Re: BREMSNES

Postby magoonigal » Sun Jan 26, 2014 9:54 pm

She was a tiny bit bigger though and a Tanker.
In fact she was a "Half-Crown Ship"
12,315 Gross. 18,625 Dwt. 15 kts.
Subsequent History:

[fore L 5.1.54, aft L 4.6.54] - 67 THEO - 71 PORT NAVALO

Disposal Data:

wrecked River Gironde 12.1.78, CTL & BU Bilbao 14.2.78
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Re: BREMSNES

Postby magoonigal » Sun Jan 26, 2014 10:03 pm

The 1947 ANDWI is in Lloyds but not in Miramar.

So yes the ship did exist and the information is correct.

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Re: BREMSNES

Postby teesships » Sun Feb 02, 2014 10:04 am

For information, Miramar entry now corrected and showing under ID no. 5051418

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