Category:IMO 5216147

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Ship[edit]

  • Type: Passenger/cargo (rf)
  • 1952 Built by Wilton-Fijenoord, Schiedam, The Netherlands
  • Yard No: 733
  • Keel: 19.12.1950
  • Launch Date: 5.4.1952
  • Date of completion: 15.7.1952
  • Length overall: 153.42 m
  • LPP: 145.0 m
  • Beam: 21.1 m
  • GRT: 15024
  • DWT: 7057
  • Steamturbines, make General Electric, 6341 kW.
  • Speed: 16.5 kn
  • Passengers: 871, after refit 779.

History[edit]

  • 5.4.1952 Named Maasdam for Nederlandsche-Amerikaanse Stoomvaart Maatschappij, Rotterdam Flag: Netherlands
  • Call sign :PFQR
  • 15.02.1963 Collided with wreck of Brittish freighter Harbourg or Russion freighter Kholmogory. 500 passengers evacuated.
  • 16.04.1963 After reparation at Werft des Norddeutschen Lloyds, Bremerhaven, in service again
  • Laid down Renamed Diemerdijk
  • 1968 Sold to Polskie Line Oceaniczne, Gdynia, Poland. Renamed Stefan Batory Flag: Poland Refitted in Gdynia
  • 10.1977 Chartered by Tyska TUI.
  • 1983 Sold to Towarzystwo Okretowe, Gdynia, Poland. Flag: Poland
  • 26.03.1988 Laid up in Gdynia, Poland
  • 05.1988 Sold to Hellenic Polish Shipping Ltd, Piraeus, Greece.
  • 26.06.1988 Laid up in Vlissingen, Netherlands
  • 11.11.1988 Sold to Erne Compania Maritima SA, Panama
  • 1989 Sold to City Shipping International, Nassau. (Mgrs. Stena Line, Göteborg) Renamed Stefan
  • 01.02.1990 Laid up in Göteborg
  • 1991 Sold to Compania Maritima SA, Nassau, Bahamas.
  • 17.12.1991 Laid up in Pireus.
  • 1992 Sold to Tony Travel & Agency, Nassau, Bahamas.
  • 03.07.1992 Arrived in the Perama Bay, Greece, layd up
  • 2000 Sold for scrap to Kalkavanlar AS, Aliaga, Turkey.
  • 24.3.2000 Broken up in Aliaga, Turkey
  • Look up "IMO 5216147"

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