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"Nivose" ex. "Table Rock".
New fore- and midsection for "Lake Winnipeg" ex. "Nivose" ex. "Table Rock".
"Lake Winnipeg" ex. "Nivose" ex. "Table Rock".
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"Lake Winnipeg" ex. "Nivose" ex. "Table Rock".
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History :
Built by The Kaiser Co., Swan Island Yard, Portland, Oregon.
Yardnumber 41. UMSC. No. 833 Off. nr. 244865.
Keel laid 08-10-1943. Launched 28-11-1943. Completed 15-12-1943. Gr. 10448 t., Net. 6285 t., Dw. 16613 t. L.o.a. 159,57 m., Br. 20,78 m., Dr. 8,99 m. Engine: 2 steam turbines, manufactured by General Electric Company, Lynn, Massachussetts. 7240 B.h.p., 5401 kW. Speed 15 knots. 26 Tanks.
TABLE ROCK-1943 completed for United States Department of Commerce, Portland, Oregon, USA.
NIVOSE-1962 for French Government, Rouen, France.
NIVOSE-1962 for Compagnie Nationale de Navigation, Rouen, France.
LAKE WINNIPEG-1985 for Nipigon Transport Ltd., Carryore Ltd., Winnipeg, Canada.
Additional Reports:
Reported Lake Winnipeg lengthened, widened and converted into bulk carrier in 1962 by replacing bow and cargo section with new forebody built by Blythswood SB. Co., Ltd., Glasgow and fitted by Barclay, Curle & Co., Ltd., Glasgow.
New dimensions, 6 Holds, 22 Hatches: 22 x 3,3 x 14,6 m., Grain 36001 m3., Bale 33482 m3.
History:221.5 / 217.0 x 23.0 m, 18660 grt / 23014 dwt.
Reported Lake Winnipeg sold to shipbreakers in Portugal. Arrived Lisbon 19 May 1985 to be broken up. [By Baptista e Irmaos Ltda. ]