built by John Brown Clydebank,
Yard No 507
Engines by shipbuilder
Last Name: EMPIRE DIPLOMAT (1940)
Port of Registry: London
Propulsion: Oil 2S CSA 8cy machy aft 776nhp Twin screws
Launched: Friday, 02/04/1926
Built: 1926
Ship Type: Tanker
Tonnage: 6448r/5820g/4521n
Length: 420.2ft
Breadth: 54.4ft
Draught: 32.7ft
Owner History:
British Tanker Company
Status: Scrapped - 1946 Dunston

Remarks: 1941 MOWT renamed EMPIRE DIPLOMAT
Previous update by Paul Hunter
Photo supplied by Internet source

Last updated: by George Robinson from the original records by Stuart Cameron

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