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Yard No. 407
mv FLYING FALCON



Yard Number 407 was named FLYING FALCON when launched on Wednesday 04/10/1967 by James Lamont & Company Port Glasgow for Clyde Shipping Company Glasgow

Ship Particulars:
Built: 1968
Ship Type: Tug
Ship's Role: Harbour towage/berthing assistance
Tonnage: 213 grt
Length: 110 feet 7
Breadth: 26 feet 2
Draught: 11 feet 6

Owner History:
Clyde Shipping Company Glasgow
Marine Transport Services Ltd Cork
Clyde Shipping Co Ltd
Tremos Maritime Inc Honduras,
Ionian Marine Tugs Shipping Co Piraeus,
Evripos Tugs Shipping Co,


Her main engines were built by British Polar Engines Ltd Glasgow , she was powered by oil 2SA 7cy 12.5 knots controlable pitch propeller

Other names she bore were: DAIMON/ DEMON/ CATHAIGH. Her last recorded name was BOUKOU L

She is still active as of 2004

Additional Information: 1968: Built by "James Lamont & Co Ltd" at Port Glasgow (YN 407)
1968 xx/02: delivered to "Clyde Shipping Co Ltd" at Glasgow (GBR flag, regd Glasgow, ON 335011, c/s GYDE)
1985: To "Marine Transport Services Ltd" at Cork, renamed CATHAIGH (IRL flag, regd Limerick, ON 402256)
1991: To "Clyde Shipping Co Ltd" at Glasgow (intended to revert to FLYING FALCON)
1991: To "Tremos Maritime Inc" at Honduras, renamed DEMON
1991: renamed DAIMON
1992: To "Ionian Marine Tugs Shipping Co" at Piraeus, mngd by "Evripos Tugs Shipping Co" at Chalkis (GRC), renamed BOUKOU L (GRC flag, ON 5487, c/s SW7738, 193 GRT, 20 NRT)
1994: converted to tug/deck cargo supply vessel
1997: To "Evripos Tugs Shipping Co", mng "Sirios Shipmanagement" at Chalkis
2004: In service
Information from www.shipspotting.com

Photo supplied by Paul Strathdee
Previous update by Colin Campbell