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Name: MANORA
Type: Refrigerated Cargo Ship
Launched: 09/03/1970
Completed: 15/09/1970
Builder: Swan Hunter & Tyne Shipbuilders Ltd
Yard: Neptune
Yard Number: 21
Dimensions: 11208grt, 6004nrt, 13300dwt, 144.79 x 23.17 x 12.96metres
Engines: Oil engine, 2SA, 6cyl (900 x 1550mm), Sulzer 6RND90 type, 17400bhp
Engines by: Barclay, Curle & Co Ltd, Whiteinch, Glasgow
Propulsion: 1 x Screw, 19.0knots
Construction: Steel
Reg Number: 341011; (IMO 7012662)
History:
15/09/1970 British India Steam Navigation Co Ltd, London
1973 Peninsular & Oriental Steam Navigation Co Ltd, London
1975 Renamed STRATHMAY
1978 Strick Line Ltd, London
1982 United Thai Shipping Corporation Ltd, Bangkok; renamed JUMPA
16/03/1988 Broken up
Comments: 16/03/1988: Breaking up commenced by Thai International Steel at Rayong


Above photo as MANORA, dated 06/04/1970, is copyright of Dennis Maccoy

Above photo as MANORA copyright of Peter Crichton

Above photo as MANORA copyright of John H Clark

Above photo as STRATHMAY copyright of Chris Howell

Above photo as STRATHMAY copyright of Chris Howell

Above photo as JUMPA copyright of Chris Howell