Merchant Ships of Panama: Mv Mi Amigo, Mv Faina, SS Francisco Morazan, SS Empire Chamois, Mv Avrasya, SS Theresia L M Russ, SS Empire Celia

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9781156907535: Merchant Ships of Panama: Mv Mi Amigo, Mv Faina, SS Francisco Morazan, SS Empire Chamois, Mv Avrasya, SS Theresia L M Russ, SS Empire Celia

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 34. Chapters: MV Mi Amigo, MV Faina, SS Francisco Morazan, SS Empire Chamois, MV Avrasya, SS Theresia L M Russ, SS Empire Celia, SS Gripfast, SS Empire Galahad, SS Ljusneälf, MV Wickenburgh, MV Danny F II, MV Nyora, SS Pompeji, SS Savoia, MV Empire Baron, SS Laura, SS Empire Conrad, SS Empire Ballad, SS Belgian Crew, SS Empire Carpenter, SS Claus Rickmers, SS Empire Archer, MY Titanic, SS Empire Collins, TSS Empire Byng, SS Empire Caicos, SS Empire Cameron, SS Dumbo, SS Aenos, SS Orlanda, SS Erna, MV Clary, SS Benalbanach, SS Empire Balfour, SS Belocean, MV Esso Cadillac, MV Ricardo Manuel, MV Athelqueen, MS Transpet, SS Dia, SS Empire Aden, CMA CGM Medea, SS Hewsang, SS Indus, SS Lokoja Palm, Xin Los Angeles, MSC Daniela, Gudrun Mærsk, MSC Danit, NYK Vega, U-Sea Saskatchewan. Excerpt: The Mi Amigo was originally a three masted cargo schooner, that later gained international recognition as an offshore radio station. She was built as the schooner Margarethe for German owners. A sale in 1927 saw her renamed Olga and she was lengthened in 1936. During the Second World War, she was requisitioned by the Kriegsmarine and served as an auxiliary ship between 1941 and 1943. In 1953, the ship was again lengthened to 133 feet 9 inches (40.77 m). In 1959, she was sold for conversion to a floating radio station and was renamed Bon Jour. Subsequently, she was renamed Magda Maria in 1961 and Mi Amigo in 1962. She served, intermittently, as a radio ship, until 1980, when she sank in a gale. The ship, was built, as a three masted schooner SS Margarethe , by Deutsche Werke, Kiel in 1921, for Ernst Simon A.G. As constructed, she was 96 feet 8 inches (29.46 m) long, with a beam of 23 feet 1 inch (7.04 m) and a depth of 9 feet 5 inches (2.87 m). The overall weight being 129 tons at this time. Simon sailed the boat around various Baltic ports carrying...

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