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"Safer", ex. "Esso Japan".
"Safer", ex. "Esso Japan", laid up near Aalesund on 16-8-1986.
( Photo by Mike Ridgard )
 
"Tokiwa Maru", on the left is off-loading into the "Safer", (dumb storage hulk), right, April 21th, 1988.
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"Tokiwa Maru", on the left is off-loading into the "Safer",  (dumb storage hulk), right, April 21th, 1988.
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"Tokiwa Maru", on the right is off-loading into the "Safer",  (dumb storage hulk), left, April 21th, 1988.
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"Tokiwa Maru", on the right is off-loading into the "Safer",  (dumb storage hulk), left, April 21th, 1988.
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"Tokiwa Maru", on the left is off-loading into the "Safer",  (dumb storage hulk), right, April 21th, 1988.
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The Miramar Ship Index for
ESSO JAPAN
IDNo / IMO
7376472
Year
1976
Name
ESSO JAPAN
Flag
LBR
Owner
Esso Tankers Inc.
Type
Tanker
Tons
192679
DWT
406640
LOA
362,00
LPP
350,00
Beam
70,00
Dept
28,12
Draft
22,15
Machinery
1ST-15.5
kW
33570
ShipDesign
ULCC
Builder
Hitachi
Yard
Ariake
Yard No
4440
Country built
JPN
Keel
14.10.1974
Launch
14.11.1975
Completed
01.05.1976
Subsequent History
1984 ESSO JAPAN - Esso International Sg (Bahamas) Co., Ltd.
1986 SAFER - Yemen Exploration & Production Co.
1987 SAFER - Converted to storage tanker
End
1990
Disposal Data
Deleted 1990 (dumb storage hulk), no longer self-propelled.