Pelikan

Vessel Name on Arrival: 
Pacuare
Vessel Type: 
Cargo
Official Number: 
181664
GRT: 
3,264
Draught For'd: 
13' 3"
Draught Aft: 
16' 0"
Year Built: 
1935
Arrival Date: 
22/09/1959
Breakup Started: 
25/09/1959
Date First Beaching: 
10/02/1960
Breakup Completed: 
05/04/1960
Original Builder: 
Bremer Vulkan Schiff und Maschinenbau of Vegesack
Original Yard No.: 
712
Name Changes: 

1934  :  Launched as M.V. PELIKAN
1335  :  Completed for Afrikanische Frucht-Cie AG under Managers Reederei F. Laeisz GmbH of Hamburg
1940  :  Taken over by the German Navy (Kriegsmarine)
1945  :  Seized by the British at Brunsbuttel
1946  :  Renamed EMPIRE ALDE for the British Government (MOWT) under Managers Kaye, Sons & Coy.
1946  :  Renamed PELIKAN on transfer to Messrs Elders & Fyffes Limited
1947  :  Renamed PACUARE without change of ownership
1959  :  Sold for scrapping
 

Other Information: 

Refrigerated cargo ship designed for fruit carrying
Launched in 1934 and completed in January of 1935
Length :  352' 8"  x  Beam :  44' 8"  x  Depth :  24' 0"
2 x 5-Cylinder SCDA 975 HP oil engines manufactured by the Builder
Service Speed - 15 knots

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