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Coyote Hills
Sisterschips : Wieldrecht ex. Inglewood Hills
"Woensdrecht" ex. "Coyote Hills" source, location and date unknown.
"Woensdrecht" ex. "Coyote Hills" source, location and date unknown.
"Woensdrecht" ex. "Coyote Hills".
"Woensdrecht" ex. "Coyote Hills" source, location and date unknown.
"Woensdrecht" ex. "Coyote Hills".
"Woensdrecht" ex. "Coyote Hills".
"Woensdrecht" ex. "Coyote Hills", at Antwerpen.
"Woensdrecht" ex. "Coyote Hills", loading diesel oil at the Caripito River,
before her last voyage to the breakers at Formosa.
"Woensdrecht" ex. "Coyote Hills", at Sydney Harbour late 1949.
( Photo Copyright Marine Photography, Sydney )
"Woensdrecht" ex. "Coyote Hills" location and date unknown.
( Source: Steamship Historical Society of America )
"Woensdrecht" ex. "Coyote Hills" source, location and date unknown.

History :
Built by The Marinship Co., Sausalito, California.
Yardnr. 85. USMC nr. 2539. Official nr. 248032.
Keel laid 30-03-1945. Launched 24-04-1945. Completed 06-06-1945. Gr. 10935 t., Net. 6512 t., Dw. 16556 t. L.o.a. 159,57 m., Br. 20,78 m., Dr. 9,20 m. Engine: 2 steam turbines, manufactured by Eliott & Company, Jeanette, Pennsylvania. 7240 B.h.p., 5401 kW. Speed 15 knots. 26 Tanks.
COYOTE HILLS-1945 completed for United States War Shipping Administration, San Francisco, California, USA.
WOENSDRECHT-1948 for N.V. Phs. Van Ommeren, Rotterdam, Netherlands.
WOENSDRECHT-1953 for N.V. Mij., m.s. “Woensdrecht”, Rotterdam, Netherlands.
Additional Reports:
Reported Woensdrecht sold to shipbreakers in Taiwan. Arrived Kaohsiung 17 jun 1962 to be broken up. Work began 8 Jul. 1962. [ By China Steel Corporation ]

S.S. Coyote Hills, Tanker, hull #85, keel laid 3/30/45, launched May 24, 1945. Sponsor: Mrs. William R. Ayers: matron of honor: Mrs. John E. Sheehan. In private operation under Netherlands flag and renamed "Woensdrecht" in October, 1960. Scrapped Kaohsiung, 7/62.