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World Knight
 "World Knight", at Europoort, Rotterdam.
( Copyright DDGHANSA )
"World Knight".
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"World Knight" at Las Palmas, Spain, September 24th, 1980.
( Copyright Charles Chan )
 
"World Knight".
( Copyright Charles Chan )
 
 "World Knight".
( Copyright John White )
 
"World Knight".
( Photo Copyright Charles Chan )
 
"World Knight", at Europoort, Rotterdam.
( Photo Copyright Pieter Melissen )

The Miramar Ship Index for
WORLD KNIGHT
IDNo / IMO
7377335
Year
1975
Name
WORLD KNIGHT
Flag
LBR
Owner
Liberian Argo Tpts., Inc.
Type
Tanker
Tons
114573
DWT
258434
LOA
339,50
LPP
324,00
Beam
53,60
Dept
25,68
Draft
19,99
Machinery
1ST-15.5
kW
26480
ShipDesign
VLCC
Builder
Sasebo Heavy Ind., Co., Ltd.
Yard
Sasebo
Yard No
226
Country built
JPN
Keel
27.11.1974
Launch
26.02.1975
Completed
04.07.1975
Subsequent History
1984 KNIGHT - Smit Tak Intnl., B.V.
End
1984
Disposal Data
Hit by Iraqi Exocet missile, 28.30 N / 50.25 E, 8 October 1984 (9 dead) & scrapped at Kaohsiung 31.01.1985.

Additional info :
T.T. KNIGHT, 7377335, 1984-1985 VLCC
Built in 1975, Sasebo Heavy Industries Co. Ltd., Yard Sasebo, Sasebo (#226)
114.573 GRT, 94.645 NRT, 258.437 DWT
339.48 (323.99) x 53.55 x 25.68 x 19.990 meter.
311.366 m3, 9241 tonnes of bunkers, consumption 170.5 tons / day, 15.25 knots.
36000 MOT, 26.480 hp, 2 turbines, Mitsubishi Industries Ltd Heavu., Nagasaki.
26-02-1975 launched as WORLD KNIGHT, 1975 delivered to (NK) Liberians Argo Transports Inc.., Monrovia,
Liberia, World-Wide Shipping Agency Ltd.
KNIGHT WORLD, 1983 as sold to Libmar Four Inc.., Monrovia, Liberia.
8-10-1984, 40 miles south of Kharg Island hit by an Iraqi missile, position 28.30 N. and 50.25 OL., then fire broke
out in which the 6 crew members died, 14-10-1984 arrived in Dubai, declared total-loss purchased by Smit Tak
International Towage & Salvage Co. BV, 12-12-1984 departed Dubai as KNIGHT behind the tug RED SEA
to Kaohsiung, Taiwan, 31-1-1985 arrived in Kaohsiung to be scrapped.