Ex Attica Sea, Oldenburg
Oldenburg, Courtesy of DDGHANSA
Steel single screw motor vessel built in 1950 by Orenstein-Koppel und Lübecker Maschinenbau AG, Lübeck, Germany (Yard No 445) as General Cargo vessel.
- Length: 78.67 m (overall) 75.01 m (between perpendiculars)
Breadth: 12.81 m
Depth: 8.26 m
Draught: 5.525 m
Tonnage: 1439 gross/660 net/2449t deadweight
Engines: 2 x 6 -cylinder MAN Type : M6V 40/46
Power: 4028 kW/5400 bhp
Speed: 15 knots (max)
Capacity: Grain; 3945 m³, Bale; 3575 m³
Call Sign: DHLA, SV3681
IMO Number: 5262122
Official Number: 5295
Port of Registry: Hamburg/Germany, Piraeus/Greece
November 1950: Completed as OLDENBURG. Owner: Oldenburg-Portugiesiche Dampfschiffs-Rhederei Kusen, Heitmann & Cie. KG, Hamburg, Germany.
© David Ingham (Leaving Dover)
1971: Owner: Renapho Shipping Co. Ltd., Famagusta, Cyprus.
1975: Renamed ATTICA SEA. Owner: Sea Vagrant Shipping Co. Ltd., Limassol, Cyprus.
1975: Renamed OURANIA. Owner: Attiki Shipping Co. Ltd., Piraeus, Greece.
Courtesy of DDGHANSA
June 26th 1979: Explosion 20 nm SW Beirut (Lebanon-Alexandria, cocoa beans).
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