1969 - 1971
W.A.v/d Tak's Bergingsbedrijf NV - Rotterdam.
Launched 12-11-1963; delivered 05-02-1964 by NV Scheepswerf 'Appingedam" v/h A.Apol - Appingedam (195)
28,30 x 7,09 x 3,41 x 2,80 m.
6400903 Lloyds Register.
2SA 6 cylinder Brons type 6-GB, 220x380; 1 generator 48 kW/380 V/50 Hz; 1 generator 10 kW/380 V/50 Hz; 1 heckthreuster.
400 bhp; 294 kW.
In the fleet in 1969 named CLEARWATER from Shamrock Shipping - Nassau.
Sold In November 1971 renamed BIBER by Interbergung Internationale Bergungs- und Transport G.m.b.H.(Harms Bergung) - Hamburg.
From 1964 till 1968 named CLEARWATER (hecktrawler/supplier) with J.B.Bosscher - Nassau.
29-08-1968 capsized and sank near Hoek van Holland. 05-09-1968 raised by AREND and in 1969 bought, shortened and rebuild at the building yard .
In 1973 as BIBER to Ulrich Harms & Co.G.m.b.H. - Hamburg.
In March 1976 renamed ORCA by Smit-Tak (Antilles) NV - Willemstad (N.A.).
In 1977 renamed SMIT MALACCA by Smit International (South East Asia) Pte.Ltd.- Singapore.
In 1986 renamed MALACCA by Turner Overseas SA - Panama.
In 1989 as MALACCA to Goa Towage & Salvage Company Pvt.Ltd.- Bombay.
In 2001 broken-up.
Photo: Gebr. Spanjersberg