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Olivier (2311811)


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The Olivier was built as the Shell 23 at shipyard Bodewes in Millingen a/d Rijn for Shell Nederland NV. The Shell 23 was 42.80m long and had a width of 5.86m. She was powered by a Bolnes 180hp engine.

In 1988 she was sold to Wotrans Pontons BV and renamed Woltrans 7. She changed ownership later and became the Port 2 for J.A.C. Portegies in Beren-op-Zoom.

Later (date?) she became the Olivier, the name she is currently sailing on. Her current engine is a Scandia Vabis 360hp.

13 files, last one added on Jan 11, 2009

Schelde (3350168)


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The Schelde was built in 1933 at the shipyard Gebr. Geleijns in Moerdijk. She is 26.25m long and has a width of 5.04 meters. Her current engine is a Volvo 155hp.

51 files, last one added on May 31, 2011

Viking (2306326)


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The Viking is built in 1939 by De Hoop BV in Hardinxveld for the Olie Handelsweg NV from Rotterdam. She was powered by a Rennes diesel engine 80hp. She is 31,47 meters long, 5,45 meters width and has a displacement of 172 tons.

In 1972 she was sold to Delfstor BV, Delfzijl. That same year she switched owners and became part of C.H. Wildeman of Delfzijl. In 1974 she was again sold, now to J.M. de Doelder from Terneuzen, who sold her in 1992 to the Terneuzen Watersupply Service, also based in Terneuzen.

She is now powered with a Volvo 220hp engine. Her Europe N° is 2306326.

30 files, last one added on Mar 01, 2009

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