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M.T. Arlanda – FD206

Technical

Official Number: 301890
Yard Number: 966
Completed: 1961
Launched: 02/05/1961
Registered: 25/09/1961
Gross Tonnage: 431
Length: 137.2 ft
Breadth: 26.10 ft
Engine: 1250bhp Mirlees Bickerton & Day developing
Speed: 12 knots

History

1962: Built for City Steam Fishing Co Ltd, Fleetwood
01.03.1962: Sold to Dinas Steam Trawling Co Ltd, Fleetwood
04.01.1971: Sold to Cevic Steam Fishing Co Ltd, Fleetwood
04.06.1975: Transferred to oil rig safety work
1977: Sold to Kalleawo Ent Tema Ghana and renamed TOHALE and used for oil rig work
24.01.1991: Vessel hulked at Takoradi
1992: Scrapped

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M.T. Arlanda FD206

M.T. Arlanda FD206
Picture courtesy of Peter Hearn

M.T. Arlanda FD206

M.T. Arlanda FD206
Picture courtesy of Peter Hearn

M.T. Arlanda FD206

M.T. Arlanda FD206
Picture courtesy of Peter Hearn

Changelog
26/09/2016: Page re-published due to site problems.

M.T. Cevic – FD241

Technical

Official Number: 187866
Yard Number: SYC266
Completed: 1958
Gross Tonnage: 249
Net Tonnage: 81
Length: 116.25 ft
Breadth: 25.3 ft
Depth: 11.25 ft

History

1958: Completed by Brooke Marine, Lowestoft (Yd. No. SYC266) for the Cevic Steam Fishing Co.Ltd, Fleetwood as CEVIC. Registered at Fleetwood (FD241).
1970: Cevic Steam Fishing Co. Ltd taken over by J Marr & Son. Converted to a standby safety vessel.
1978: Sold to George Craig, Aberdeen and renamed GRAMPIAN RANGER.
08.1986 sold to D Deck for scrapping at Plymouth but sold on to Spanish owners and restored for fishing. Renamed VIKINGO (Panama).
14.02.1991 Sank in the Bay Of Biscay after springing a leak in the North Atlantic.

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M.T. Cevic FD241

M.T. Cevic FD241
Picture courtesy of Les Howard

M.T. Cevic FD241

M.T. Cevic FD241

M.T. Cevic FD241

M.T. Cevic FD241
Picture courtesy of David Slinger

Changelog
21/09/2016: Page re-published due to site problems.