Category:E. Evangelia (ship, 1942)

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MV E Evangelia 
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Instance of steamship
LocationUnited Kingdom
Manufacturer
Location of final assembly
Yard number
  • 1120
Authority control
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43° 57′ 38.52″ N, 28° 39′ 01.79″ E

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Evangelia (navă) (ro); Evangelia (fr); MV E Evangelia (en) Evangelia (ro)

Ship[edit]

  • Built by: Harland & Wolff, Belfast
  • yard no.: 1120
  • Launched: 28.05.1942
  • Completed: 12.1942
  • Length: 131.5 m
  • Beam: 17.5 m
  • Draught: 10.2 m
  • Gross: 7355 t
  • Net: 5120 t
  • Main engine: 1 x 6-Cyl 2 S.C.S.A. Burmeister & Wain diesel engine, single shaft, 1 screw
  • Speed: 11 knots

O.N. 168519

History[edit]

  • 1942 Named: Empire Strength for the Ministry of War Transport (Blue Star Line Ltd. managers) Flag: United Kingdom
  • 15.03.1946 Sold to Frederick Leyland & Co. Ltd., (Blue Star Line Ltd. managers) and renamed Saxon Star
  • 1950 Transferred to Lamport & Holt Line Ltd., Liverpool
  • 1954 Transferred to Booth S.S. Co. Ltd., Liverpool
  • 1959 Transferred to Blue Star Line Ltd.
  • 08.1961 Sold to D. L. Street Ltd., Cardiff for £117,000 and renamed Redbrook
  • 1965 Sold 1965 to Hegif Compania Naviera S.A., Greece and renamed E. Evangelia
  • 15.10.1968 Grounded of Constantza, Rumania and became a total loss

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