Category:Kulamanu (ship, 1946)
|Information about Kulamanu may be found at IMO 8836429.|
A ship can change name and flag state through time, but the IMO number remains the same through the hull's entire lifetime. As a result, it can be useful to identify a ship by using the IMO number.
Kulamanu, ex Rella Mae
English: The M/V Kulamanu was originally built in 1946 in Wilmington, Delaware, by Lancaster Iron Works. She was converted to a four-masted barkentine passenger vessel in 1980. Recently she has been primarily operating for dinner cruises every evening off Waikiki Beach with occasional special daytime charters. Her. The vessel is all steel-welded with a long bow sprit and has four steel masts that carry small sails standing stand 131 feet above the water, essentially for visual and aesthetic purposes. The vessel is powered by twin 1,000 hp Superior engines. Measuring a full 282 feet long and 55 feet wide, the Kulamanu is licensed to carry 1,000 passengers with a marine crew of approximately 14 persons. She was up for auction in July 2008 with a suggested starting bid of $850,000.
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- Kulamanu at Honolulu - IMO 8836429 (4691093993).jpg 1,280 × 853; 174 KB
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