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- Design by:
- Order date:
- Built by: Workman, Clark Limited in Belfast.
- Yard No: 533
- Keel laid:
- Launch date:
- Date of completion: 21.09.1934.
- Length over all: 155.4 m
- LPP: m
- Beam: m
- Draught: m
- GRT: 10,984
- Sail area:
- Main engine: 2 diesel engines
- Speed: 16 kn
- 1934 - 1939 Named: DURHAM for Federal Steam Navigation Company Ltd. as a Cadet Ship for 40 Cadets Flag: New Zealand
- 27.06.1941 - 30.07.1943 Served as a military store ship
- 22.08.1941 Mined West of Pantellaria bound from Malta to Gibraltar in ballast, and arrived at Gibraltar on 24-08-1941.
- 20.09.1941 Damaged by a limpet mine at Gibraltar and beached at La Linea.
- 16.12.1941 Refloated
- 1942 Towed to Falmouth – arriving on 03.09.1942 – and remained in repair until 07.1943.
- 1946 - 1950 Served as a Cadet Ship for 40 Cadets
- 1955 - 1964 Served as a Cadet Ship for 40 Cadets
- 09.12.1957 Arrived at Galveston with engine trouble, and her cargo was transhipped to the Haparangi.
- 10.06.1958 Finally sailed after repairs in New York
- 07 to 10.1960 Laid up in Falmouth
- 05.11.1965 Sold on to the Astroguarda Cia Nav. S.A. Panama and registered at Piraeus as RION. Flag: Liberia
- 26.03.1966 Arrived at Kaohsiung for demolition, which began on 05.04.1966.
- Look up "IMO 5509510"
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- ► Durham (ship, 1934) (1 F)