Category:IMO 6610132

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  • Type: Passenger ship
  • Built by Sandvikens Skeppsdocka & Mek.Verkstads Ab, Helsinki, Finland
  • Yard No: 273
  • Length 32,31 m
  • Breadth 7,3 m
  • Draught 3,2 m
  • Brt: 287
  • Nrt 97
  • Main engine: Trippel -steam engine, oil-fired, 280kW The engine is original and manufactured in Finland. It was originally designed in Germany and it is the last one still in use in the whole world.
  • Speed: 6,5 knots
  • Passengers: 199


  • 1938 Named: Turku as inspection ship Flag: Finland
  • 1981 Renamed: Hamina
  • 1986 Renamed: Ukkopekka
  • 10.08.2006 ran aground at the northern Airisto, became re-floating after the passengers had been evacuated to owner’s two other passenger vessels. When the vessel had been removed from the shoal she was steered back to Turku, to the port of departure, where a diver checked the bottom of the vessel which was undamaged and the vessel got a permission to continue in the trade. Departed for a new cruise towards the Loistokari the same evening at 20.00.
    • MMSI Number: 230938590
    • Callsign: OIOU
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