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ADMA II

Post by Henk » Mon Apr 23, 2012 5:51 pm

Take the aft part of an inland tanker and see: you have a pusher. Seen in Braakman harbour

1ste known name BP Antwerp
Build 1944
Yard Haarlemse Scheepsbouw Mij., Haarlem
1ste Owner BP Belgium NV in Antwerpen
In 1980 at Rupel in Rupelmonde rebuild into pusher.
Tonnage 1340 ton 35 ton
Length 2600 cm
Beam 825 cm
Draft 230 cm
Engines GM 2 x 455 hp

1944 BP Antwerp 1
BP Belgium NV in Antwerpen
1980 De Rupel 8 2
De Rupel in Rupelmonde
1987 Adma 2 3
Westerstad BV in Rotterdam
1987 Adma II 4
A. van Berchem in Rotterdam
1990 Isabel 5
J.H Schutte in Amsterdam
1993 Kornelia 6
A. Lamein in Maasbracht
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Re: ADMA II

Post by Jaap Bijl » Mon Apr 23, 2012 7:52 pm

Henk, in 1944 built for the BP as BP ANTWERP 1 in fact a British company. ???
I don't believe that. It was full wartime, also at Haarlem.
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Re: ADMA II

Post by Henk » Mon Apr 23, 2012 8:19 pm

That is what "Binnenvaart" told me. You know I know very little from inland ships!
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Re: ADMA II

Post by Magoonigal » Mon Apr 23, 2012 9:59 pm

Well it could be your right Henk.

Built as the ALLER by Haarlemsche Schps Maats, Haarlem in 1944.

Twin Screw Tanker of 442 Gross Tons. 823 Dwt.
Original Dimensions. Length 220 feet. Beam 27 feet.

Became the ANGLIRAN 17 in 1948 for the Anglo Iranian Oil Company and the B.P. ANTWERP in 1953.

Cannot find an Owner in Lloyd's for her as Aller.
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Re: ADMA II

Post by Henk » Tue Apr 24, 2012 7:17 am

The name ALLER sounds very German to me Paul?
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Re: ADMA II

Post by Magoonigal » Tue Apr 24, 2012 1:26 pm

Well it would certainly fit if she was a Wartime Completion.
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Re: ADMA II

Post by Jaap Bijl » Tue Apr 24, 2012 2:03 pm

That sounds better.
A sistership was the WERRA which became the ANGLIRAN 18.
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Re: ADMA II

Post by Bill Harvey » Tue Apr 24, 2012 3:16 pm

Confusion or clarification. Extracted from our BP Tankers book and in old BP records are referred to as inland tankers. Curious.

ANGLIRAN 17
O.N. 182882. 442g. 285n. 217.0 x 27.2 x 8.2 feet.
Two, 6-cyl. 4 SCSA (11" x 15¾") engines by D. & V. Boot, Alphen a/d Rijn.
1944: Launched as ALLER by N. V. Haarlemsche Scheepsbouw Maatschappij, Haarlem (Yard No.394) for German Navy.
1944: Completed in Germany.
1948: Sold to the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company Ltd. and renamed ANGLIRAN 17.
1953: Transferred to B.P. Trading Ltd. and renamed B.P. ANTWERP.
1960: Entry removed from Lloyds Register – for harbour service only.
1976: Reported as sold to unspecified owners converted to inland waterways pusher tug and renamed JAGUDA.
1981: Reported as demolished.


ANGLIRAN 18
O.N. 182874. 442g. 285n. 217.0 x 27.2 x 8.2 feet.
Two, 6-cyl. 4 SCSA (11" x 15¾") engines by D. & V. Boot, Alphen a/d Rijn.
1944: Launched as WERRA by N. V. Haarlemsche Scheepsbouw Maatschappij, Haarlem (Yard No. 395) for German Navy.
1944: Completed in Germany.
1949: Sold to the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company Ltd. and renamed ANGLIRAN 18.
1955: Transferred to B.P. Trading Ltd. and renamed B.P. ELBE.
1960: Entry removed from Lloyds Register – for harbour service only. No further details located.
1965: Reported as renamed B.P.OLEX.
1975: Reported as renamed B.P. BREMERHAVEN subsequently trace lost.


ANGLIRAN 19 (1948 - 1953)
O.N. 182838. 442g. 285n. 217.0 x 27.2 x 8.2 feet.
Two, 6-cyl. 4 SCSA (9-7/16" x 15¾") engines by Kloeckner-Humboldt Deutz A. G., Koln/Deutz.
1941: Completed as LUHE by Ewald Berninghaus, Duisburg, for unspecified owners.
1948: Sold to the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company Ltd. and renamed ANGLIRAN 19.
1953: Transferred to B.P. Trading Ltd. and renamed B.P. ROTTERDAM.
1962: Sold to Louis De Koninck, Ghent and renamed TINNY. Entry removed from Lloyd’s Register – for river service only.

ANGLIRAN 20 (1948 - 1956)
O.N. 182913. 214g. 143n. 179.5 x 16.6 x 7.8 feet.
5-cyl. 2 SCSA (9-13/16" x 13") engine by Sulzer Bros.Ltd., Winterthur.
1935: Completed as IBIS by Jos Boel and Fils, Tamise/Temse unspecified owners.
1948: Sold to the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company Ltd. and renamed ANGLIRAN 20.
1956: Sold to B.P. Trading Ltd. and renamed B.P. SHIPBUILDER.
1961: Sold to L. Cook, London.
18.10.1961: Whilst in tow from S.Shields to Terneuzen, encountered a severe gale and parted the tow.
23.10.1961: Located in two pieces at Bempton Cliff.
24.10.1961: Completely wrecked.

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Re: ADMA II

Post by Henk » Tue Apr 24, 2012 3:43 pm

That's good Bill! So that means: build in 1944 even in Wartime in Haarlem.
Only the name JAGUDA don't ring a bell to me.
The picture of ADMA II however was taken in May 1988
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Re: ADMA II

Post by Bill Harvey » Tue Apr 24, 2012 5:30 pm

This is what she would have looked like as a tanker
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Re: ADMA II

Post by Jaap Bijl » Tue Apr 24, 2012 6:02 pm

Henk wrote:That's good Bill! So that means: build in 1944 even in Wartime in Haarlem.
Only the name JAGUDA don't ring a bell to me.
The picture of ADMA II however was taken in May 1988

Yes Henk, many ships have been built during W.W.II in the Netherlands, also in Haarlem.
But of course not for British companies as was suggested.
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Re: ADMA II

Post by Henk » Tue Apr 24, 2012 6:40 pm

As I said before Jaap: don't know much about inland ships exept for my "own" company and they didn't build during the War!
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