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Name: PETER HURLL
Type: Tanker
Launched: 24/07/1930
Completed: 11/1930
Builder: Palmer's Shipbuilding & Iron Co Ltd
Yard: Hebburn
Yard Number: 1000
Dimensions: 12043grt, 6857nrt, 521.2 x 70.2 x 38.7ft
Engines: 2 x Oil engines, 2SCSA, 6cyl (26.75 x 51.375ins), 1496nhp
Engines by: Frd Krupp AG, Kiel
Propulsion: 2 x Screws, 12.0knots
Construction: Steel
Reg Number: n/a
History:
11/1930 Baltisch-Amerikanische Petroleum Import GmbH, Danzig
1935 Panama Transport Company, Panama
1948 Det Danske Petroleums A/S, Copenhagen; renamed ESSO KOBENHAVN
1952 Dansk Esso A/S, Copenhagen
1963 Broken up
Comments: 1963: Broken up at Odense by HJ Hansen
Forepart rebuilt as cable & pipe laying barge HENRY P LADING
belonging to Det Store Nordiske Telegraf-Selskab A/S, Copenhagen


Above photo as PETER HURLL courtesy of Tom Lynch

Above photo as PETER HURLL courtesy of Tom Lynch

Above photo as PETER HURLL courtesy of Photoship

Above photo as PETER HURLL courtesy of Photoship

Above photo as ESSO KOBENHAVN copyright of the Museet for S°fart

Above photo as ESSO KOBENHAVN copyright of Auke Visser

Above photo as ESSO KOBENHAVN copyright of the Museet for S°fart

Above photo as ESSO KOBENHAVN copyright of the Museet for S°fart

Above photo as ESSO KOBENHAVN copyright of the Museet for S°fart

Above photo as HENRY P LADING copyright of Jens Boldt