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Yard No. 390

Yard Number 390 was named CAMPAIGNER when launched on Tuesday 30/07/1957 by James Lamont & Company Port Glasgow for Steel & Bennie Ltd Glasgow

Ship Particulars:
Built: 1957
Ship Type: Tug
Ship's Role: Harbour towage
Tonnage: 248 grt
Length: 114 feet 1
Breadth: 29 feet 10
Draught: 11 feet 10

Owner History:
Steel & Bennie Ltd Glasgow
Cory Ship Towage Clyde Glasgow
Frank Pearce Tugs Poole
Atrefs Sg Co Piraeus
Kappa Maritime Co Piraeus

Her main engines were built by H Widdop & Co Ltd Keighley , she was powered by oil 2SA 6cy 12.5 knots

Other names she bore were: MARAMBU-81/ PULLWELL VICTOR-77. Her last recorded name was KAPPA-84

CAMPAIGNER was scrapped on 23/08/2004

Additional Information: 1957
07/10: completed for "Steel & Bennie Ltd" at Glasgow (GBR) (GBR flag, regd Glasgow, ON 300184, c/s GXDN)
1970: company take over by "R. & J.H. Rea Ltd" at London (GBR)
1970: transferred to "Cory Ship Towage (Clyde) Ltd" (GBR)
1977: To "Frank Pearce (Tugs) Ltd" at Poole (GBR), renamed PULLWELL VICTOR (GBr flag, regd Poole, ON 300184, c/s GXDN)
1981: To "Atrefs Shipping Co" at Piraeus (GRC), renamed MARAMBU (GRC flag, regd Piraeus, ON 3512, c/s SV6751, 248 GRT, 36 NRT)
1984: To "Kappa Maritime Co", mng "Michael K. Kritikakis Salvage & Towage" at Piraeus (GRC), renamed KAPPA
2004: spotted as wreck, laid up at Perama (GRC)
23/08: beached at Aliaga, broken up by "Simsekler Ltd" at Aliaga (TUR)
Scrapped at Aliaga,Turkey.
Information supplied by Piet Van Damme
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