italian SS Angiulin (+1940)
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general
nationality italian
purpose transport
type cargo ship
propulsion steam
date built 1904
status
unknown
details
weight (tons) 942  grt
dimensions 62.7 x 9.8 x 4.2 m
material steel
engine 1 x 3 cyl. triple expansion engine, single shaft, 1 screw
power 134  n.h.p.
speed 11  knots
yard no. 135
about the loss
cause lost mine
date lost 10/06/1940  [dd/mm/yyyy]
about people
builder
William Dobson & Co., Newcastle-Upon-Tyne
engine by
North Eastern Marine Engineers Ltd., Sunderland
last owner
[1]Mangiarotti L. & Ravano E., Genoa
SS Angiulin (+1940)
period 1939 ~ 1940
prev. owners
[2]Dani & Co., Genoa
SS Giambattista
period 1934 ~ 1939
[3]Spina Giuseppe, Genoa
SS Villa Carla
period 1933 ~ 1934
[4]Unknown
SS Orte
period 1925 ~ 1933
[5]Unknown
SS Kelet
period 1924 ~ 1925
[6]Levante Soc. di Nav. Marittima, Rijeka (Fiume)
SS Kelet
period 1920 ~ 1925
[7]Hungarian Levant Co. Ltd., Rijeka (Fiume)
SS Kelet
period 1904 ~ 1020
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entered by Allen Tony
entered 26/10/2011
last update Allen Tony
last update 24/06/2013
 
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Allen Tony26/10/2011SS Angiulin was an Italian cargo steamer of 942grt that was mined near Cape Granitola 0n the 9th or 10th of June 1940 when on route from Licata for Naples.

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About Builders
 North Eastern Marine Engineers Ltd., Sunderland
North Eastern Marine Engineering Co of South Docks, Sunderland was formed in 1860. Engine builders in Sunderland and Wallsend, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. By 1889 the company's works at Sunderland and Wallsend have supplied 100 vessels afloat with their triples fitted. In 1925 sees the Application of Superheated Steam to Marine Engines at both Wallsend and Sunderland. Also now manufacturing marine engines, turbines, marine oil engines, boilers, condensers, feed and ballast pumps, evaporators, feed-water cleaners and heaters, circulating pumps etc. In 1938 became North Eastern Marine Engineers Co. (1938) Ltd., Sunderland.

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