Category:Aberdeen (ship, 1881)

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English: The Aberdeen was an iron steamer, built on the Clyde by Robert Napier Govan (Yard No 381) for Aberdeen Line London & Aberdeen as Passenger Cargo Vessel. She was the Aberdeen Line's first steamship, with clipper bows, one funnel, three masts (rigged for sail). 19th Dec.1905 last sailing to Sydney. 1906 sold to the Turkish Government, renamed Halep and used for trooping and latterly as a Black Sea ferry. Aug.1915 torpedoed by the British submarine E.11 in the Sea of Marmora and beached. Later refloated but broken up due to her age.
Her dimensions were: length × beam = 326.3 × 44.3 ft (99.5 × 13.5 m) and she had a tonnage of 3616 GRT.[1]

Names:

  • Aberdeen (1881–1906)
  • Halep (1906–1915)

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