Category:Succes (ship, 1897)

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  • Type: Tugboat
  • Built by Weduwe Boele (P. Boele en Pzn), Slikkerveer Netherlands
  • Yard No: 393
  • Launch date: 1897
  • Date of completion:
  • Length over all: 38.45 m
  • Beam: 7.19 m
  • Depth: 1.92 m
  • Main engine: Kromhout 2 x 200 pk For show: Steam. New engine 1915 2x triple expansion steamengine à 250 PSI, about 350 hp each. Built by H.J. Koopman in Dordrecht, Netherlands.
  • Boilers: New in 1931 2-fire Scotish boiler (working pressure 15 atm., 150 m2 heated surface en 15.000 liter water) by Fa. Biesbosch in Dordrecht. Fired by diesel.


  • 1897 Named: Succes for Abraham van Dordt, Rotterdam Flag: Netherlands
  • 1916 Sold to Nederlandse Transport Maatschappij (NTM) Renamed: Sleipnir
  • 1952 Sold to Nederlandse Rijnvaart Vereniging (NRV)
  • 1957 Sold to Vacuum Cleaning, Rotterdam Rebuilt to tankercleaner Renamed: Succes.I
  • 1973 laid up and later sold for scrap to A Rijsdijk Bos & Zn in Hendrik Ido Ambacht
  • 1985 Sold to M & K Stremcharters in Enkhuizen Rebuilt to passenger/party ship. Calliope (steam musical instrument) fitted
  • 1996 Sold to Faim Investments, Lelystad & W.A van den Broek, Marknesse and in service again
  • 2016.11 Auction by Catawiki.

Media in category "Succes (ship, 1897)"

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