Yard No. 1300

built by A & J Inglis Pointhouse Glasgow in 1945



Yard Number 1300, was named EMPIRE CAMPDEN when launched on Monday, 30/04/1945 by A & J Inglis Pointhouse Glasgow , for Ministry of War Transport .

Her main engines were built by British Polar Engines Glasgow , she was powered by oil 2sa 4cy 9 knots machy aft

Other names she bore were: ANONITY (1947) PETROLA II (1966). Her last recorded name was KALYMNOS (1969)

EMPIRE CAMPDEN was sold for scrap on 27/05/1970

Ship Particulars:
Built: 1945
Ship Type: Tanker
Tonnage: 890 grt | 379 nrt | 900 dwt
Length: 201 feet
Breadth: 32 feet
Draught: 13 feet
Owner History:
Ministry of War Transport
F.T.Everard & Sons London (1947)
John S.Latsis Greece (1966)
P.C.Chrissochoides Greece (1969)

Additional Information: Scrapped after grounding at Rhodes, 12th April 1970. Scrapped at Salmina Previous update by Paul Strathdee
Previous update by Colin Campbell

Previous update by Bruce Biddulph
1970 Vessel salved and towed to Piraeus, 27/5/1970 Sold to D. Vittiotis & Salmina for breaking up at Piraeus, Greece
Previous update by Paul Hunter
Previous update by Paul Hunter
Photo supplied by ANONITY