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Name Official number Flag IMO
GLENELG  119169  GBR   
Year built Date launched Date completed
1904  08/09/1904  10/1904 
Vessel type Vessel description
Cargo   Steel Screw Steamer  
Builder Yard Yard no
Charles Connell & Company, Glasgow   289 
 

Tonnage Length Breadth Depth Draft
4160 grt / 2669 nrt / 6830 dwt 376.8 ft  49.5 ft  26.2 ft   
Engine builder Dunsmuir & Jackson Ltd., Govan
Engine detail
1-screw T 3-cyl. (25½”, 42” & 68” x 48”) 423nhp. 10kts.  

First owner First port of register Registration date
Western Steamship Company Ltd., (J. Gardiner & Company, manager), Glasgow.  Glasgow   
Other names
1921 NORMAN PRINCE - 1922 CONSTANTINOS COUSTODONTIS 
Subsequent owner and registration history
29/09/1917 Furness, Withy & Company Ltd.
14/11/1917 Rio-Cape Line Ltd., (Furness, Withy & Company Ltd., managers).
21/12/1921 Renamed NORMAN PRINCE.
12/04/1922 British Registry closed - sold to Coutsodontis & Papanast Asopulo, Syra, and renamed CONSTANTINOS COUTSODONTIS.
 
Vessel history
War service
21/10/1915 until 19/11/1915 Royal Navy Collier (No.879).
20/11/1915 until 19/01/1916 Commercial Branch (nitrates)
20/01/1916 until 24/10/1916 Expeditionary Force Transport (No.G2180).
25/10/1916 until 11/11/1916 Wheat from Australia.
12/01/1916 until 12/01/1917 Royal Navy Collier (No.879).
13/01/1917 until 28/04/1917 Wheat from Australia.
29/04/1917 until 30/08/1917 White Sea Ammunition Carrier (No.183).
31/08/1917 until 30/10/1918 Royal Navy Collier (No.879).
31/10/1918 until 05/01/1919 Wheat from USA.
06/01/1919 To the Liner Section.
 
Remarks
 
End year Fate / Status
1933  Broken Up  
Disposal Detail
4q/1933 bu Venice. 
 

 



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