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mv PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER built in 1955 by Alexander Stephen & Sons Glasgow
The Passenger Vessel, PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER was launched Monday, 07/03/1955  at Alexander Stephen & Sons Glasgow and completed 1955.

Her dimensions were a length of 416 feet OA / 388.1 feet (BP),  and a tonnage of 5554 grt.



Vessel Particulars:
Yard no: 646
Shipbuilder: Alexander Stephen & Sons Glasgow
Length: 416 feet OA / 388.1 feet (BP)
Breadth: 66 feet Max / 63.1 feet Moulded
Depth: 15 feet

Propulsion details:
Engines by: Nat Gas&OilEng Co Ashton/Lyne
Propulsion: Geared diesel. 4 x 1,575bhp 7-cylinder diesel engines geared to two shafts. Re-engined in 1973 with 4 x GM 2,150bhp diesels, boosting speed to 17 knots. Voith-Schneider bow thruster.

Fate:
Active 2013
Additional information: (Ownership, history)

Owners:
2001 Haveton Shipping Ltd , Hong Kong (Panama flag)


Additional Remarks:
Completed: 05/05/1955

Still listed as active in Equasis though does not appear to be classed by any IACS member

Previous update by Colin Campbell,Paul Strathdee,David Asprey
Photo supplied by Stuart Cameron


  

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