From the archives of various Photographers
MARIAN BUCZEK (I)
Polish Ocean Lines, Gdansk.
1943-07 Reb.: General Cargo
J. Readhead & Sons Ltd., South Shields. # 534
Engine: By Shipbuilders. Steam Triple Expansion 3 cyl. Screws: 1 FP V~ Knots: 10
grt: 7.053 dwt: 10.150 nrt: 5.041
loa: 136,12 boa 17,13 drg: 8,207
1943 KELMSCOTT Pachesham S.S. Co. Ltd., London.
1949 QUEEN ANNE Queen Line Ltd., Glasgow.
1954 MARIAN BUCZEK
1968 30/03 At Whampoa for demolition.
09/02/1944: Damaged by a torpedo from U-Boat U845 off St John's Newfoundland
Towed in to St John's Nfl, partially flooded & listing
17/08/1944: Sailed for Baltimore for repairs
24/08/1944: Collided with US Liberty ship WILLIAM LEAVITT off Atlantic City New Jersey
Flooding again, she was firstly beached & then towed to Delaware Breakwater for
emergency repairs. She then sailed to Baltimore where she was finally repaired
Photo 1959 by P. Andries, leaving Kruisschanssluis for sea. Background on the right Hotel Nautilus in full glory!
MARIAN BUCZEK (II) IMO: 7362794
Polish Ocean Lines, Gdynia.
1974-08 General Cargo
LISNAVE Est. Nav. De Lisboa S.A.R.L., Lisboa. # 92A
Engine: H. Cegielski (Sulzer), Poznan. Diesel 2-st. 6 cyl. BHP: 7.200 Screws: 1 FP V~ Knots: 16
grt: 8.722 dwt: 12.129 nrt: 4.843
loa: 153,07 boa 19,44 drg: 9,049
1974 MARIAN BUCZEK
1997 MARIAN for voyage to the breakers.
1997 15/11 At Alang for demolition.
Photo 1980 by P. Andries, Antwerpen, Kanaaldok B2.
Mooi 2X de MARIAN BUCZEK