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Coyote Hills
T2-SE-A1
Built June 1945 by The Marinship Corporation, Sausalito, California,
as "Coyote Hills" # 2539, for U.M.S.C.
1948 - WOENSDRECHT, N.V. Phs. van Ommeren, Rotterdam, NE
1953 - N.V. Mij. m.s. "Woensdrecht" (N.V. Phs. van Ommeren), Rotterdam
Broken up at Kaohsiung 1962 by China Steel Corp.,
arrived 17.06.1962, work began 08.07.1962.
( See photos below )
The Miramar Ship Index for "COYOTE HILLS"
IDNo:
2248032
Year:
1945
Name:
COYOTE HILLS
Keel:
Type:
Tanker
Launch Date:
24.05.1945
Flag:
USA
Date of completion:
06.1945

DWT:
16613
Yard No:
85
Length overall:
159.6
Ship Design:
T2-SE-A1
LPP:
153.3
Country of build:
USA
Beam:
20.7
Builder:
Marinship Corp
Material of build:
Location of yard:
Sausalito
Number of screws/Mchy/Speed(kn):
1TE-15

Subsequent History:
1948 WOENSDRECHT

Disposal Data:
Scrapped at Kaohsiung 17.06.1962.

History:
ON
LR/IMO
ID
Year
Name
Tons
Change
Main Owner
248032
2248032
1945
COYOTE HILLS
10441
U.S. Govt
10441
1947
Dutch Govt.
2248032
1945
WOENSDRECHT
10441
1948
Phs van Ommeren

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.

Bouwjaar
1945
Werf
Marinship Corp. Sausalito Cal. USA
Type
Tanker (T2-SE-A1 Type)
Werfnummer
85
Tonnage
16.556 Dwt
Afmetingen
159,67 x 20,76 mtr
Diepgang
9,20 mtr
Snelheid
15 mijl/uur
Voortstuwing
Eliott & Co.Turbo-Electrisch (Stoomturbine met electromotor) 7.250 PK

SisterscHip: Wieldrecht ex. Inglewood Hills

 
"Woensdrecht" ex. "Coyote Hills".
"Woensdrecht" ex. "Coyote Hills".
 
"Woensdrecht" ex. "Coyote Hills".
 
"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".
( Source: Steamship Historical Society of America )