Category:Canadian Ranger (ship, 1967)

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IMO info
Information about the vessel may be found at IMO 6723771.
A ship can change name and flag state through time, but the IMO number remains the same through the hull's entire lifetime. As a result, it can be useful to identify a ship by using the IMO number.

Complex history

Aft section:

  • 1967 CHIMO, coastal package freighter (1967 - 1983) Flag: Canada (471’ 02” (143.56m) loa x 56’ 00” (17.07m) beam x 32’ 00” (9.75) deep; 7,800 tons (7,925.3 mt) dwt. This is the ship of record.)

Bow and cargo hold:

  • 1943 Grande Ronde (1943 - 1948), U.S. Maritime Commission armed ocean tanker served in the Pacific during World War II, renamed Kate N.L. (1948 - 1961), T2 ocean tanker (523’ 06” (159.56m) loa x 68’ 00” (20.73m) beam x 39’ 03” (11.96m) deep; 16,600 tons (16,866.66 mt) dwt)
  • 1961 Hilda Marjanne (1961 - 1984) converted to lakes bulk carrier and renamed (730’ 05” (222.63m) loa x 75’ 00” (22.86m) beam x 39’ 03” (11.963m) deep; 25,600 tons (26,011.24 mt) dwt)

Joined

  • new 25 foot mid-section
  • 1984 Renamed: CANADIAN RANGER
  • 1984 Rebuilt, 729' 10" (222.453m) loa x 75' 00" (22.86m) beam x 39' 03" (11.963m), 16358gt/25940dw