british British India Steam Navigation Co. Ltd. - BISN Hymettus SS (1913~1926) Seiun Maru (+1937)
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nationality british
purpose transport
type passenger/cargo ship
propulsion steam
date built 1906
status
unknown
details
weight (tons) 4606  grt
dimensions 122 x 15.9 x -- m
engine 1 triple expansion engine
power  
speed 12  knots
yard no. 785
IMO/Off. no. 120730
about the loss
cause lost collision
other reasons foundered
date lost 28/07/1937  [dd/mm/yyyy]
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builder
Palmer's Shipbuilding & Iron Co. Ltd., Newcastle-Upon-Tyne
next owners
[1]Harada Kisen
Seiun Maru (+1937)
period 1926 ~ 1937
IMO/Off. no.: 31353
last owner
[2]British India Steam Navigation Co. Ltd. - BISN, London
SS Hymettus
period 1913 ~ 1926
IMO/Off. no.: 120730
prev. owners
[3]Currie A. & Co., Melbourne
SS Hymettus
period 1906 ~ 1913
IMO/Off. no.: 120730
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entered 12/07/2011
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last update 07/12/2013
 
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Allen Tony12/07/2011SS Seiun Maru was a Japanese passenger/cargo steamer of 4,606 grt. On the 28th July 1937 she was in collision with the SS Benmohr off Choshi and sank the following day. She was on route from Sakhalin for Kawasaki with a cargo of coal.
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About Builders
 Palmer's Shipbuilding & Iron Co. Ltd., Newcastle-Upon-Tyne
Original founders: Brothers Charles Mark and George Palmer from Jarrow, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne. - - - Charles Palmer established a yard at Jarrow in 1851 and built its first iron collier 'The John Bowes' in the following year. It was the first ever sea-going screw collier and was built for shipping coal to London.
Palmers were also famed for building the first rolled armour plates for warships in 1854.


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