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Saturday, April 16th 2011, 1:32pm

Recunoasteti nava ? Guess the ship !

Recunoasteti nava ?

La Galati:

To be continued ...

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Saturday, July 23rd 2011, 11:04am

Ultima dintre ele este SS Sagamore: Singurul whaleback cargo carrier contruit pentru Marea Britanie.

William Doxford & Sons, yard # 218 1893, Cargo Carrier 2139 tons built for William Johnson & Co.

Built under license from Alexander McDougall (1845–1923), the Sagamore was refused entry to England because of "unconventional design".
She was owned by the Belgian American Maritime Co (which was restyled the Belgian Maritime Trading Co SA).
In 1896 she was sold again to Cogneti Schiaffino of Genoa, Italy and renamed Solideo in 1911.
She was renamed again as Ilva in 1916 and finally purchased by A Piaggio of Genoa in 1916.
She was sailing between Genoa and Barry Roads when she was torpedoed and sunk in the Atlantic off the coast of Spain on 4 May 1917 by UC-69.
There were no casualties.

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Tuesday, December 20th 2011, 1:28am

Pozele sunt prea mici .. nu se vad detalii ..

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