FLYING PHANTOM

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Henk
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FLYING PHANTOM

Post by Henk » Mon Oct 04, 2010 8:49 pm

FLYING PHANTOM
2001 - 2015
Svitzer Marine UK Ltd. - Glasgow; in 2007 Svitzer Marine Ltd. - Glasgow
Keel laid 03-12-1980; launched 02-07-1981; deliveredd 11-11-1981 by Ferguson Brothers (Port Glasgow) Ltd. Port Glasgow (486)
37,95 x 34,02 x 9,68 x 4,55 x 3,83 m
287 grt
G.C.F.R.
8011770
2x 4SA 6 cylinder Ruston type 6RKCM, 254x305 pairwise connected to a controllable propeller; 2 generators 110 kW/440 V/50 Hz; 1 generator 43 kW/440 V/50 Hz; retractable Z-Propeller as bowthruster
2.820 bhp
13 knots
40 tons BP
In the fleet 01-10-2001 brought in by Wijsmuller
Sold 25-02-2015 to D.R.B. Marine Services Ltd. - Roseneath to be broken-up

Build for Clyde Shipping Co.Ltd. - Glasgow.
In 1995 ownership to Cory Towage Ltd. - Glasgow.
29-02-2000 by Cory Ship Towage Ltd. brought in with Wijsmuller.
29-12-2000 in collition with ABU EGILA in position 55°55'N - 04°26'W grounded with leakage in her engine room.Same day lightered and repaired; 28-02-2001 again in service.
19-12-2007 capseised during an assistance to the bulker RED JASMINE where three people lost theiur lives.One person survived. Lightered by GPS ATLAS 21-01-2008 and layd-up in K.G.V.docks in Glasgow.

in sympathy to all families involved and surely to the only surviver who will never forget this disaster, in this case I would like to place this page from Piet Sinkes pages.
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Re: FLYING PHANTOM

Post by leontug » Fri Feb 27, 2015 7:52 pm

25-02-2015 Towed during the nighlty hours from King George V dock, Glasgow to Roseneath fro scrapping, probably scrapped by D.R.B. Marine Services Ltd. (source The Greenock Telegraph)

Cheers

Leon

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