Yard No. 297
ps BRUSELAS

built by A & J Inglis Pointhouse Glasgow in 1911

(BRUSELAS)

ps BRUSELAS

Yard Number 297, was named BRUSELAS when launched on Thursday, 09/11/1911 by A & J Inglis Pointhouse Glasgow , for Cia Argentina de Nav (Nicolas Mihanovich) Ltda, Buenos Aires .

Her main engines were built by A&J Inglis Glasgow , she was powered by Steam triple expansion 3cy 13 knots 252nhp

BRUSELAS was scrapped on 1972

Ship Particulars:
Built: 1911
Ship Type: Paddle Steamer
Tonnage: 2311 grt | 502 nrt | 646 dwt
Length: 273 feet 9
Breadth: 37 feet 1
Draught: 8 feet 6
Owner History:
Cia Argentina de Nav (Nicolas Mihanovich) Ltda, Buenos Aires
1942 Cia Argentina de Nav Dodero
1949 Cia de Nav Fluvial Argentina
1961 Flota Argentina de Nav Fluvial
1972 Ferroductil, Buenos Aires

Additional Information: Completed: December 1911

Scrapped in 1972 but only deleted from register 1982
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