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Name Official number Flag IMO
TROCADERO  79625  GBR   
Year built Date launched Date completed
1878  1878/07   
Vessel type Vessel description
Cargo General  Iron Screw Steamer  
Builder Yard Yard no
McIntyre & Co, Paisley Phoenix Works  21 
 

Tonnage Length Breadth Depth Draft
328 grt / 192 nrt / 150.1 ft  22.4 ft  11.4 ft   
Engine builder Hutson & Corbett, Glasgow
Engine detail
C2cyl(20&35x24in), 60hp, 1-screw 

First owner First port of register Registration date
Dansey & Robinson, London  London  14/08/1876 
Other names
1885 KYMI - 1892 PANDERMA - BANDIRMA 
Subsequent owner and registration history
1880 W. H. Sollas, London
1883 H. Psicha, Piraeus
1888 E. Arvaniti, Piraeus
12/1891 Capt Andreadis, Piraeus
1892 G. & P. Dandelo, Piraeus
1893 Rama P. Derasmo, Istanbul
1894 Idare-i Mahsusa, Istanbul
1910 Osmanli Seyr-i Sefain Idaresi, Istanbul
1923 Turkiye Seyr-i Sefain Idaresi, Istanbul 
Vessel history
12/12/1891 grounded near Erdek, Marmara and total loss. Later salvaged by Capt Andreadis and repaired at Istanbul
8/1915 attacked in convoy in Sea of Marmara by British submarine E 14, which missed targets
19/5/1919 arrived Samsun from Istanbul bringing Mustafa Kemal Pasa [Ataturk] who began the revolt against the Ottoman regime and created the modern Turkish state.
1923 out of service 
Remarks
The cabin of the BANDIRMA, in which Ataturk travelled to Samsun, was preserved and is in the Navy Museum at Istanbul.

In 2000-2001 a replica of BANDIRMA was built by Taşkınlar Shipbuilding Co, and opened as a museum ship in Doğu Park (East Park), Samsun in 2003  
End year Fate / Status
1925  Broken Up  
Disposal Detail
Broken up by Ilhami Söker at Istanbul-Balat  
 

 



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