Category:IMO 5021786

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  • Ararangua class Brazilian Coastal Passenger Cargo Ship laid down 1926
  • Displacement: 3,560 t light; 3,731 t standard; 8,548 t normal; 12,402 t full load
  • Dimensions: Length overall / water x beam x draught 371.31 ft / 358.60 ft x 52.17 ft x 24.61 ft (normal load) [113.17 m / 109.30 m x 15.90 m x 7.50 m]
  • Machinery:Diesel Internal combustion motors, Direct drive, 2 shafts, 4,039 shp / 3,013 Kw = 14.00 kts
  • Range 69,000nm at 12.00 kts
  • Bunker at max displacement = 8,671 tons
  • Complement: 44 - 57
  • Cost: £0.493 million / $1.972 million

Vessel: Operator: Builder: Fate

  • Ararangua: Lloyd Nacional: Cantiere Navale Triestino, Monfalcone: Broken up July 1969, Niteroi
  • Araraquara: Lloyd Nacional: Cantiere Navale Triestino, Monfalcone: Sunk by U-boat 16 Aug 1942
  • Aracatuba: Lloyd Nacional: Cantiere Navale Triestino, Monfalcone: Stranded 5 Feb 1933 in the harbor of Rio Grande do Sul; broken up
  • Aratimbo: Lloyd Nacional: Cantiere Navale Triestino, Monfalcone: Broken up 1966 in Brazil
  • Itapagé': Cia. Nacional de Navegacao Costeira: Chantiers de Normandie, Le Grand Quevilly: Sunk by U-boat 26 Sep 1943
  • Itahite: Cia. Nacional de Navegacao Costeira: Chantiers de Normandie, Le Grand Quevilly: Broken up 30 Aug 1965 in Rio de Janeiro
  • Itape': Cia. Nacional de Navegacao Costeira: Beardmore, Dalmuir: Broken up 1 Dec 1962 in Rio de Janeiro
  • Itaquice: Cia. Nacional de Navegacao Costeira: Beardmore, Dalmuir: Broken up 30 Nov 1961 in Porto Alegre
  • Itanage: Cia. Nacional de Navegacao Costeira: Beardmore, Dalmuir: Broken up July 1969, Rio de Janeiro
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