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Warmia

Post by kevin » Fri Oct 22, 2010 1:23 pm

1989 build Warmia (8509557) became Murmansk Night in 02, anyone help with owner and flag, please.

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Re: Warmia

Post by Magoonigal » Fri Oct 22, 2010 3:00 pm

Mr Lloyds Black book says 1990 built as WARMIA.

Became SUN REGINA 2000 and Murmansk Night in 2002.
M Refrigerated Cargo Fish Carrier. Built Poland.
No Owner Listed.
Managers.
Lagoa Shipping Corp. Nassau, Bahamas.

By the next year she has "Name to be overwitten" in the book but same Manager.

Now just to confuse you!!

Marine News for April 2003 has SUN REGINA by Sun France Corp Bahamas to Yorkshire Holding Corp, Bahamas.
October 2004 has Renamed AMISTAD prior to 3rd August 2004, by Yorkishire Holding Corp.

September 2007 has Renamed GREENLANDIA prior to 2nd July 2007 in Member's Reports.
Confirmed March 2008. Sold by Yorkshire Holding Co to Larabay Ltd. Slovakia.

Checked 2005 and Owners are listed as YORKSHIRE HOLDING CO. Managers as above.

Its enough to confuse a Hippo!!
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Re: Warmia

Post by yorkieman » Fri Oct 22, 2010 3:49 pm

As GREENLANDIA at Peterhead on 24 April 2010
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Re: Warmia

Post by kevin » Fri Oct 22, 2010 4:31 pm

Thanks Paul, i was confused before i read your answer but after reading it i'm having a large sherry to take the edge off.

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Re: Warmia

Post by yorkieman » Fri Oct 22, 2010 5:00 pm

Is that because she is Yorkshire Shipping (of Slovakia) and now registered in the capital city of Yorkshire, Belize City?
Confused, you should be :)
Can't think of anything worse than a Murmansk Night except maybe a very bad Whitley Bay night.
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Re: Warmia

Post by Magoonigal » Fri Oct 22, 2010 5:04 pm

Especially on the cheap Sherry Kevin gets from the local Newagents!!

Nice to see Jarrow is making a real effort this year with the Christmas decorations, Kevin.
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Re: Warmia

Post by kevin » Fri Oct 22, 2010 5:23 pm

Just wait till the bulbs pop when they get switched on. Oh and by the way, there is one thing worse than a Whitley Bay Night and that's a Wikham Night with old Florence in the chair, talk about dry (and i don't just mean the wine).

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Re: Warmia

Post by Hippo » Sun Oct 24, 2010 9:44 am

A Whickham Night, now you're talking. Never cold in Whickham, can tell that because the lads and lasses are always out in their skimpy gear, even when you think it must be cold because of the snow. Ever seen a girl in 4 inch heels walking through a snow drift? Of course I am far too old to notice such goings on.
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Re: Warmia

Post by kevin » Sun Oct 24, 2010 4:30 pm

At least you got the last bit right.

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