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Name Official number Flag IMO
TIBOR  85941  AUH   
Year built Date launched Date completed
1882  21/04/1882   
Vessel type Vessel description
Cargo General  Iron Screw Steamer  
Builder Yard Yard no
Burrell & Son, Dumbarton Lower Woodyard  19 
 

Tonnage Length Breadth Depth Draft
1324 grt / 899 nrt / 245.4 ft  35.1 ft  16.9 ft   
Engine builder Matthew Paul & Co., Dumbarton
Engine detail
C2cyl (30 & 55 x 36in), 150nhp, 1-screw

from LR1898 144nhp
by LR1918 (27¾ & 55 x 36in) 

First owner First port of register Registration date
Adria Hungarian Sea Navigation Co. Ltd., Fiume  Fiume   
Other names
1898 NEPTUNUS - 1933 GRETA - 1936 GUNNY - 1940 WERNER II 
Subsequent owner and registration history
1898 Rederi A/B Neptunus - mng W Windgardh, Helsingborg
1918 Transports Maritime Marine Marchande, Rochefort
12/1918 Rederi A/B Hallandia - mng C Hviid Nielsen, Halmstad
7/1922 Lars Erik Nilsson, Råå
1923 Rederi A/B Neptunus - mng C Andersson, Helsingborg
1933 Rederi A/B Nordia - mng Nils M Thore, Jonstorp
1936 Rederi A/B Strömsholmen - mng Axel Hansson, Vastervik
1939 A D Klein, Danzig - reg Panama
4/1940 German Government
8/1940 Werner Peters, Flensburg 
Vessel history
Burrell & Son, Glasgow were the agents for Adria Hungarian Sea Navigation Co; built for their service Clyde/Mediterranean/Adriatic
16/3/1900 fore-hold fire in Lisbon (from Catania, with sulphur); taken to shallow water and forepart holed by canon shot
18/3/1900 fire extinguished - raised 3/4
27/6/1900 returned to service after repairs

1939 sale to Klein not completed
9/4/1940 seized by Germany at Bergen
1945 laid up
1948 restored to Werner Peters 
Remarks
 
End year Fate / Status
1953  Broken Up 23/11/1953 
Disposal Detail
23/11/1953 arrived at Hamburg for breaking up by Paul Berendsohn 
 

 



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