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Category:IMO 1142324

IMO number : 1142324
Name of ship : CZAR as Russian ЦАРЬESTONIA (01/09/1920–07/08/1930) → PULASKI as Polish PUŁASKIEMPIRE PENRYN (since 09/07/1946)
Call Sign : –
MMSI : –
Gross tonnage : 6516 (6503)
DWT : –
Type of ship : Passenger Cargo Ship (during 1912)
Builder : Barclay, Curle & Co. (494)
Year of build : 1912
Flag : Russia Flag of Russia.svg → Denmark Flag of Denmark.svg (01/01/1921–07/08/1930) → Poland Flag of Poland.svg → United Kingdom Civil Ensign of the United Kingdom.svg (since 09/07/1946)
Port of registry : Libava → København → Gdynia → Liverpool
Status of ship : Keel Laid → Launched (23/03/1912) → Completed → In Service/Commission (30/05/1912–1949) → Decommissioned → Broken Up (since 19/02/1949)
Registered owner : Russian East Asiatic Steamship Co., St. Petersburg / Russian East Asiatic S.S.Co Ltd, Libava, Russian Empire → Cunard Steamship Co. → EAC, København, Denmark (01/09/1920–06/08/1930) → Polish America Line, Gdynia →

ShipEdit

  • Type: Passenger/cargo
  • Built by Barclay Curle, Whiteinch, United Kingdom
  • Yard No: 494
  • Launch Date: 23.3.1912
  • Date of completion: 5.1912
  • Length overall:
  • LPP: 129.9 m
  • Beam: 16.2 m
  • Tons: 6516 m
  • DWT:
  • Speed: 16 kn


HistoryEdit

  • 1912 Named: Czar for the Russian East Asiatic S.S.Co Ltd, Liepaja Flag: Russia
  • 1913 Picked up 102 people from the burning Volturno
  • 1917 Managed by Cunard Line Flag: United Kingdom
  • 1919 Sold to Russian East Asiatic Steamship Co. Ltd., Petrograd Laid up.
  • 1920 Sold to A/S Det Ostasiatiske Kompagni Renamed: Estonia Flag: Denmark
  • 1930 Renamed: Pulaski Flag: Poland
  • 1939 Laid up awaiting sale in Gdynia
  • 1939 Carried Polish soldiers from Balkans to France
  • 11.1939 - 03.1940 Refit in Marseilles
  • 1940 Trooping and passenger service
  • 08.07.1941 Arrested in Conakry by French authorities. Escaped during the night. Upon leaving Conakry shelled by French bateries.
  • 1942 Bridge gutted by fire (sabotage?) in Durban
  • 09.1944 - 01.1945 General refit in Durban.
  • 03.1946 Sold for Ł 100,000.- to the Ministry of War Transport.
  • 1946 Renamed: Empire Penrhyn Flag: United Kingdom
  • 19.2.1949 Broken up at Blyth

Subcategories

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