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Name: STEGG
Type: Tanker
Launched: 12/08/1930
Completed: 07/1931
Builder: Armstrong, Whitworth & Co (Shipbuilders) Ltd
Yard: Low Walker
Yard Number: 1061
Dimensions: 5989grt, 3570nrt, 396.2 x 55.1 x 32.3ft
Engines: Oil engine, 2SCSA, 6cyl (23.5 x 41.75ins), 583hp
Engines by: Armstrong, Whitworth & Co (Engineers) Ltd, Newcastle
Propulsion: 1 x Screw, 10.0knots
Construction: Steel
Reg Number: n/a; (1934: 163388)
History:
07/1931 Skibs A/S Cleantank (Stephansen & Torgersen), Oslo
1934 Oil & Molasses Tankers Ltd (JI Jacobs & Co Ltd), London
1934 Renamed ROSEWOOD
09/03/1943 Sank
Comments: 09/03/1943: Sank after being torpedoed by U-Boat U409 at 58.37N 22.32W
11/03/1943: Sighted still afloat but presumed to have sunk subsequently
On a voyage from New York to the Clyde with a cargo of fuel oil


Above photo as STEGG courtesy of Photoship