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Category:Baloeran (ship, 1930)

ShipEdit

  • Type:
  • Design by:
  • Order date: 10.05.1928
  • Casco built by: Fijenoord - Rotterdam, Netherlands
  • Yard No: 313
  • Keel laid: 26.08.1928
  • Launch date: 29.08.1929
  • Completed by De Schelde - Vlissingen, Netherlands
  • Yard No: 188
  • Trial trip: 22.03.1930
  • Date of completion: 09.04.1930
  • Length over all: 168,98 m
  • LPP: m
  • Beam: 21,44 m
  • Draught: 9,10 m
  • BRT: 16981
  • NET: 10062
  • DWT: 8740
  • Main engine: 2 x 10 cylinder Sulzer 14000 hp Diesel - 102 rpm
  • Speed: 18 kn
  • Passengers: 1e kl - 262, 2e kl. - 266, 3e kl. - 70, 4e kl. - 68
  • Crew: 325

HistoryEdit

  • 1929 Named: BALOERAN for Rotterdamsche Lloyd N.V., Rotterdam Flag: Netherlands
  • Callsign: NGJS
  • 16.04.1930 Firt voyage from Rotterdam to Batavia
  • 18.03.1931 Collition with MS Silverbeech near Tandjong Priok
  • 28.01.1932 Grounded in fog on the Nieuwe Waterweg between Vlaardingen en Maassluis, no dammage
  • 1937 Rebuilt with refit passengers accommodation at Machine fabriek en Scheepswerf "Piet Smit" - Rotterdam
    • Length: 175,05m
    • Beam: 21,45m
    • Draft: 12,7m
    • BRT: 17001
    • NET: 10173
    • DWT: 8736
    • Passengers: 1e kl - 234, 2e kl. - 280, 3e kl. - 70, 4e kl. - 48
  • 1940 Used as electrical power station
  • 11.05.1941 Claimed bij the German Kriegsmarine and rebuilt as hospitalship at Wilton Fijenoord Rotterdam Renamed: STRASSBURG (HAPAG) Flag: Germany
  • 20.07.1941 to 30.05.1943 In service as hospitalship (500 + 161 medical personeel) between German and Norwegian harbours
  • 01.09.1943 Mined before Wijk aan Zee (52°30' NB - 4°30' OL) and grounded 1,3 mile east of the Northpier
  • 19.09.1943 Torpedoed by MBT 617 of the United Kingdom
  • 20.09.1943 Destroyed by British planes and sunk (52°29'15 NB - 4°32'04 OL)

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