french Compagnie Havraise Péninsulaire De Navigation À Vapeur SS Bouvet (+1917)
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general
nationality french
purpose transport
type cargo ship
propulsion steam
date built 1903
status
unknown
details
weight (tons) 1155  grt
dimensions 70.75 x 10.36 x 5.2 m
engine 1 x 3 cyl. triple expansion engine, single shaft, 1 screw
power 880  h.p.
speed knots
yard no. 285
about the loss
cause lost collision
date lost 13/09/1917  [dd/mm/yyyy]
about people
builder
Mackie & Thomson & Co., Glasgow
last owner
[1]Compagnie Havraise Péninsulaire De Navigation À Vapeur, Le Havre
SS Bouvet (+1917)
period 1917 ~ 1917
prev. owners
[2]French Government, Paris
Bouvet
period 1916 ~ 1917
[3]Martinolich C. & Figlio, Trieste
Salona
period 1911 ~ 1916
[4]Martinolich C. & Figlio, Trieste
SS Dalona
period 1911 ~ 1916
[5]SS Clarence Co Ltd, Swansea
SS Clarence
period 1903 ~ 1911
IMO/Off. no.: 113770
captain
no. of crew 16
about the wreck
depth (m.)
orientation
protected
war grave
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entered 06/09/2011
last update Avec43
last update 12/09/2013
 
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Avec4306/09/2011Entra en collision avec le paquebot Orénoque des Messageries Maritimes au large de Bône (Annaba) et coula sans perte humaine. Les deux navires voyageaient tous feux éteints

Collided with the steamer Orénoque of Messageries Maritimes off Bone (Annaba) and sank without loss of life. Both vessels were traveling without lights

Chocó con el vapor Orénoque de la Cia Messageries Marítimes de Bone (Annaba) y hundió sin pérdidas de vidas. Ambos buques estaban viajando con luces apagadas

Colidiu com o navio Orénoque da Cia Messageries Maritimes perto de Bone (Annaba) e afundou sem perda de vidas. Ambos estavam viajando com luzes apagadas


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About Builders
 Mackie & Thomson & Co., Glasgow
The "Old Yard" lay unoccupied until it was acquired by Messrs. Mackie & Thomson in October 1888 and was called the Govan Shipbuilding Yard. Mackie & Thomson built over 300 hundred vessels at the "Old Yard" including two of the largest sailing barques ever built in Govan.
 
 
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