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Washington - (1894-1914)
Steam Tank Ship "Washington", build in 1894.
RJWB - 4408 BRT / 6000 TDW - 108,11 x 13,40 x 9.16 M - 1 Triple Expansion Steam Engine - 1650 IHP,
build by the yard. On February 1894 launch.
On March 1894 build by AG "Vulcan", Stettin-Bredow ( Nr. 211 ) as "Washington" ordered by
Deutsch-Amerikanische Petroleum Gesellschaft, Hamburg.
On 23.9.1914 sold to the Standard Oil Co., of New Jersey, New York. 1915 renamed "Brindilla".
On 1923 sold for breaking up to the Boston Iron & Metal Co., Baltimore.
Additional Info by Starke & Schell Registers :
WASHINGTON -1894 GE 1Triple (aft) (10)
4,171GRT for Deutsch-Amerik. Petroleum Ges., Hamburg 354.3 x 45.1
Tanker build by A. G. "Vulcan", Stettin (3) #211
at New York, August 1914, subsequently transferred
1914 - Standard Oil Co. (New Jersey), New York USA 212601
1915 - BRINDILLA, s/o
Broken up 1923 at Baltimore by Boston Iron & Metals Co.
Single The Miramar Ship Index for "BRINDILLA"
ID No: 2212601 Name: BRINDILLA Year: 1894
Builder: Vulcan Country of build: Link: Ship Design:
Location of yard: Stettin-Bredow Yard No: 211
Keel: Launch Date: Date of completion: 3.94
Type: Tanker Tons: 4171 Naval or paramilitary marking : - DWT: -
Length overall: LPP: 108.0 Beam: 13.7 Number of screws/Mchy/Speed(kn): 1T-10 Material of build: -
Owner as Completed: Deutsch-Amerikanische Petroleum Ges (Standard Oil) Flag: GE
Subsequent History: 1915 BRINDILLA.
Disposal Data: Scrapped at Baltimore 1923.