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New York - (1902-1926)
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"New York", voor de eerste keer in Rotterdam.

Additional information :
NEW YORK - 1902    NE, 1 Triple expansion engine (aft)     (11)
6,859 GRT for American Petroleum Co., Rotterdam,   428.0 x 54.7
Tanker build by Palmers' SB. & Iron Co., Ltd., Newcastle   (9)   #764
1926 - TROPICO, Soc. Italiana di Nav. e Trasporti, Genoa, IT 1392
Broken up at La Spezia 1933,
left Genoa 06.02.1933 for La Spezia to be scrapped.

Name:
NEW YORK
Type:
Tanker
Launched:
23/08/1902
Completed:
09/1902
Builder:
Palmer's Ship Building & Iron Co Ltd
Yard:
Jarrow
Yard Number:
764
Dimensions:
6859grt, 4463nrt, 428.0 x 54.7 x 30.4ft
Engines:
T3cyl (28, 46.5 & 77 x 54ins), 564nhp
Engines by:
Palmer's Ship Building & Iron Co Ltd
Propulsion:
1 x Screw
Construction:
Steel
Reg Number:
n/a
History:
09/1902
American Petroleum Co, Rotterdam
1926
Soc Italiana di Navigazione e Trasporti, Genoa; renamed TROPICO
1933
Broken up
Comments:
1933: Broken up at La Spezia, sailed from Genoa 06/02/1933

The Miramar Ship Index for "NEW YORK"
IDNo:
5601885
Year:
1902
Name:
NEWYORK
Keel:
Type:
Tanker
Launch Date:
23.08.1902
Flag:
NLD
Date of completion:
09.1902

Tons:
6859
Link:
-
DWT:
8850
Yard No:
764
Length overall:
Ship Design:
LPP:
130.45
Country of build:
UK
Beam:
16.7
Builder:
Palmers'
Material of build:
Location of yard:
Jarrow
Number of screws/Mchy/Speed(kn):
1T-11

Subsequent History:
1926 TROPICO

Disposal Data:
Scrappe at La Spezia 07.02.1933.

History :
ON
LR/IMO
ID
Year
Name
Tons
Change
Main Owner
5601885
1902
NEW YORK
6859
American Petroleum Co.
1392
5601885
1902
TROPICO
6859
1926
Soc. Italiana di Nav & Tpt.
 
"New York", lossend aan de Sluisjesdijk, Rotterdam.
De "New York" tijdens een dokbeurt te Rotterdam.
( Photo thanks to Roel Zwama ).
( Photo thanks to Roel Zwama ).
A very old picture of the "New York".
A very old picture of the "New York".
Painting of the "New York", 1918 by L.Elliot.
 
"New York", in de Amsterdamse Petroleum Haven.
( Photo thanks to the Grandson of Captain Segebarth, Christoph Segebarth )