Latia (2)

About

Completed 1974 as Latia for STUK. 1979 as Latia for Shell Tankers Rotterdam. 1983-1985 laid-up at Vestnes Norway. 16.2.1985 arrived Shan Hal Guan China for scrap.

Information
IMO number
7360033
Call sign
GUIN / PFMS
Construction number
N 25
Tonnage
282.684 ton
Year of construction
1974
Year of renaming/broken up
1985
Service for Shell
1974 to 1985
Cargo
Class
Flag state
Home port
Manager
Shipyard
Status
Photo(s)

Comments

Sailors

Name Job Period Details
Nigel Draffin 2 3rd engineer 1974
Andy Robbins catering boy 1974
Girard Jacques superintendant new building 1974 to 1976
Philip Webster radio officer 1974 to 1975
Syd Lees 2nd mate 1974 to 1975
Howard James Morris radio/electronics officer 1975 to 1978 radio radar, electronics officer
Mo Amos junior radio officer 1975
Brian Boyle 3rd engineer 1975 ex 3rd eng on condenser squad
Joe Collins deck cadet 1975
Glyn Winskill 5th engineer 1975 to 1976
Kev Gregory deck cadet 1975
Sean Marsh able seaman (grade 3) 1975 to 1976
Andy Brown deck cadet 1976 to 1977
Frederick Paul ... 4th engineer 1976
Roger Roue 2nd engineer 1976 to 1977
Adrian Ridley radio officer 1976
Ian F. Boon captain (commanding officer) 1976
Colin Mckay deck cadet 1976
Garry Bersey able seaman 1976
Glyn Winskill 5th engineer 1976
Jerry Moore 2nd engineer 1977 stuk
Mark Williams deck cadet 1977 to 1978
Nigel C. Luther deck cadet 1977 to 1978 navigation / deck cadet
Martin Murdoch 4th engineer 1977 to 1978 first trip
John Arnott 3rd officer 1978
Michael F. Keenan 4th engineer 1978 to 1979
Eric Halcrow 4th engineer 1978
David Rayfield extra chief officer 1978
Roy Robertson 2nd mate 1978
Tony Jones deck cadet 1978 to 1979
John Holmes deck cadet 1978
Tony Ripper 2nd officer 1978 to 1979
Robin Ellis 5th engineer 1978
Peter Liversedge 3rd mate, 2nd mate 1978 to 1980
Ad Leget 4th engineer 1979 to 1980
M.f. Koens 2nd engineer 1979 to 1980
C. Brasser 3rd engineer 1980
Floor Kuijt 1e stuurman 1980
M.f. Koens 2nd engineer 1980 to 1981
Daan Dankaart 2nd officer 1980
Rob Brunia 3rd mate 1980
Hans Valk sgo (semi geA?ntegreerd officier) 1980 to 1981
Hans Casimiri chief officer 1980 to 1981
Willem De Gee 4th engineer 1980
H.k. Paauw captain (commanding officer) 1981
Adri Van Der Ster 4th engineer 1981
Willem Hennink 3rd engineer 1981 to 1982
Jaap Van Der Harst 5th engineer 1981
Willem Kole 4th engineer 1981 to 1982
Koos De Groot 2nd engineer 1981
Leo Visser 4th engineer 1982 to 1983
Ronald Mooring deck cadet 1982
Krik Parrel 3rd engineer 1982
Ad Van Unen 5th engineer 1982
Fortanier Rob 4th engineer 1982
Martin Jut assistant engineer 1982
Willem Nibbelink writer 1982
G. Buma 1e stuurman 1982
Simon Neeleman chief engineer 1982
Willem Nibbelink 3rd mate 1982
Chris Wiegant 2 assistant engineer 1982
Kees Van Der Linden apprentice 1982 to 1983
C. Brasser 3rd engineer 1982
Floor Kuijt 1e stuurman 1982 to 1983
Roels Stoker hovo 1982
John Bos 5th engineer 1982
Bart Koppe 1e stuurman 1983
Roel Bos 5th engineer 1983
Adrie Verheij apprentice engineer 1983
Albert Jan Baerveldt chief engineer 1983
Peter Van Gent 4th engineer 1983
Peter Jacobs 2e stuurman (2nd officer/mate) 1983
Gert Van Driel hoofd voeding 1983
C. Brasser 3rd engineer 1984 period in Vestness, Norway
Frans Koens chief engineer 1984 to 1985
Ron Takke cook 1984
Ruud Van Der Klis apprentice engineer 1984 to 1985 On board last trip to China
David R. Byrne 2 4th engineer 1992 to 1993
Robert Rotheram... cook steward 1993 to 1994

Anecdotes

Date Visitor Anecdote
03/31/2009 - 11:55 Sean Marsh

This was the first ship i joined as a general purpose rating. I actually joined this ship by mistake! I was supposed to join the Acavus but Cardiff pool sent me to London a day early, so i was asked if i would sign on the Latia instead. " It's a brand new ship you'll really enjoy it ". It wasn't so bad!

03/31/2009 - 11:55 Sean Marsh

This was the first ship i joined as a general purpose rating. I actually joined this ship by mistake! I was supposed to join the Acavus but Cardiff pool sent me to London a day early, so i was asked if i would sign on the Latia instead. " It's a brand new ship you'll really enjoy it ". It wasn't so bad!