Columbus Canada III

 

Columbus Canada III

24.2./2.7.1979 AG “Weser” Seebeck Werft, Bremerhaven (1024) 19195/13513 20100 164,90-28,03-16,10-10,000 m 1 Mot. 2Te 6x760/1550  10500 (122)  Gebr. Sulzer AG, Winterthur 826 TEU  *24080/10081 23365 174,98-28,00-16,10-10,00 m 884 TEU (V Mai 1985 Bauwerft)“Columbus Canterbury” HSDG Eggert & Amsinck (Rud. Aug. Oetker),Hamburg (DEU). 7.9.1983 (GL 6.9.) “Monte Sarmiento”. 3.4.1985 an Bremerhaven. 8.8.1986 (GL 30.7.) “CMB Memling” (CMB NV Charter). 11.12.1987 NV CMB SA & Sud B. V. B. A. & Co. CV (NV CMB SA), Antwerpen (BEL). 1992 (Aemas Luxembourg SA), Luxembourg (LUX). 1993 CMB Transport NV & Sud B. V. B. A. & Co. CV (wie vorher). Januar 1994 verkauft und 9.3.1994Columbus Canada” Atlas International Ltd. (HSDG), Monrovia (LBR). 1998 (Columbus Shipmanagement GmbH). 27.3.2000 in Philadelphia an Ofer Bros., Limassol (CYP). Mitte 2000 Cobasia Shipping Co. Ltd. (Kotani Shipmanagement Ltd.).

 

 

           Columbus Canada          

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           Columbus Canada          

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Columbus Canada 

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Columbus Canada 1995  ©I.Fitzsimons

Columbus Canada 1995  ©I.Fitzsimons Columbus Canada 1995  ©I.Fitzsimons

 

Columbus Canada 1997 in Sidney

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Columbus Canada 1997 in Sidney

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Columbus Canada 1997 in Sidney

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Columbus Canada 1997 in Sidney

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Columbus Canada 1997 in Sidney

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Columbus Canada 1997 in Sidney

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Columbus Canada 1997 in Sidney

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Columbus Canada 1997 in Sidney

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