Category:Jókai (ship, 1913)

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Type passenger ship
Built by Óbuda Shipyard of DDSG, Budapest/Óbuda, HU
Completion date
Length overall 31.89 m (34.9 yd)
Length between perpendiculars 29.36 m (32.1 yd)
Beam 5.29 m (5.8 yd)
Draft 2.46 m (2.7 yd)
Passengers 250
Main engine Gőzgép Output: 65 LE
Speed 10 knots

History


  • 1913 Named: JÓKAI for Lake Balaton Stemshipping Plc.
  • 1927 Sold to Balaton Navigation Plc
  • 1944 Sunk by german troops in Balatonfüred
  • 1945 Salvaged
  • 1948 In service again
  • 1947 Sold to Balaton Navigation Co
  • 1955 MAHART.
  • 1963 Rebuilt as motorship by MAHART Siófok Shiprepair Yard, Siófok, HU New Extreme breadth: 5,55 m Displacement: 133-157 t Main engine type: 1 db Buckau-Wolf DV-136 dieselmotor Output 300 (400 rpm) LE Number of passengers: 200
  • 197? Out of service
  • 1980 Used by Pioneer Camp of Doboz-Szanazug on River Tisza and Körös, almost completely wrecked
  • 199x Sold to Vanyolai Shipping Ltd.
  • 1998-99 Renewed at the Hydroelectric Power Plant & Shiprepair Yard of EVIZIG, Northern Hungary Water Authority, Tiszalök Length overall: 36,00 m Extreme breadth: 5,2 m Draft: 1,80 m Displacement: 111 t Main engine type: Carterpillar Output 300 LE
  • 2000 Shipped to Danube River,
  • 2002 Transported by road to Lake Balaton
  • 2003 Sold to Vanyolai Shipping Ltd, Balatonfüred