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Created: 2021-07-16 10:49:03 AM
Last Edited: 2021-07-19 10:03:08 AM




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Celia B. (1959)
  IMO: 5066944  
Details/Construction
Builder:GrayLocation:West Hartlepool, Great BrittonHull #:1143
Keel Layed:Launched:1942/10/24Commissioned:1942/12
Propulsion
As builtType:1 Steam turbineOutput:9.5 Knots
Manufacturer:
Dimensions
As builtLength:100.0 m (328.1 ft)Gross Tonnage:2902
Breadth:14.2 m (46.6 ft)Net Tonnage:
Depth:Dead Weight:4645
Owner HistoryFleet History
OwnerManagerFromUntil
FleetFromUntil
Name HistoryRegistration History
NameCall SignUntil
Empire Record1948
Stanway1951
Yorkbrook1954
Elisabeth Jansen1959
Celia B.1963
Saint Mary1964
Sea Maid
NumberPortCall SignMMSIFromUntil
Br 168950 West Hartlepool, United Kingdom 1942/12 1948
Br 168950 London, United Kingdom 1948 1951
Bergen, Norway 1951 1959
1368 Monrovia, Liberia 1959 1969/09
Disposition
Description/LocationScrapped at Bilbao, Spain by Hierros Arbuli after losing the propeller and suffering serious damage on January 7, 1965.
Arrival at Yard1969/06/11Beached:Work Began:
LostDate:

Comments

Jul 16, 2021
4:15 PM
Blt in 1942 at Hartlepool, U.K. Ex Elisabeth Jansen-59, Yorkbrook-54, Stanway-51, Empire Record-48. Renamed Saint Mary-63, Sea Maid-64. On June 6, 1969, arrived under tow at Bilbao to be broken up. In the Seaway also as SAINT MARY, first transit in 1963.
Posted by: René Beauchamp