Category:Batofar (ship, 1955)

Object location48° 50′ 00″ N, 2° 22′ 45″ E Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap - Google Earth - Proximityrama Edit coordinates on Wikidata (discrepancy of 8 meters between the above coordinates and the ones stored on Wikidata)info
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Ship

  • Ordered: 01.1953
  • Built by: Shipyard: Philip & Son Ltd., Dartmouth, Devon, England
  • Yard-No.: 1269
  • Contract price: 102,203 £, Profit 14,693 £
  • Launched: 22.04.1955
  • Date of completion: 21.06.1955
  • Length o.a.: 134 feet (ca. 40.84 m)
  • LPP: 119 feet (ca. 36.27 m)
  • Beam: 25 feet (ca. 7.62 m)
  • Draught: 15 feet (ca. 4.57 m)
  • Displacement: 345 tons

History

  • 1955 Named: OSPREY for Commissioners of Irish Lights, Dublin
  • 14.07.1974 Daunt Lightship
  • 09.05.1975 Decommissioned, replaced by a flashing buoy and sold to New Ross Harbour Commission as a floating oil berth/pilot station
  • 03.1998 Sold to French owners and towed to Paris Refit as a floating diskotheque in Paris Renamed: BATOFAR
Français : Le Batofar , sur un quai de Seine à Paris (Ancien bateau-phare)
Le Batofar 
theatre boat moored in Paris, France, originally an Irish lighthouse boat
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Instance oflightvessel,
event venue,
showboat
Location 13th arrondissement of Paris, Paris, Metropolis of Greater Paris, Île-de-France, France
Owned by
  • Commissioners of Irish Lights
Manufacturer
Home port
Service entry
  • 1955
Beam
  • 7.62 m
Draft
  • 4.57 m
Length
  • 40.84 m
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48° 50′ 00.16″ N, 2° 22′ 45.31″ E
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Le Batofar (en); لو بتفار (fa); Batofar (fr); Batofar (de) theatre boat moored in Paris, France, originally an Irish lighthouse boat (en); bateau transformé en salle de spectacle (fr); schip uit Frankrijk (nl) Batofar, Osprey (en)

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