ABERDEEN BUILT SHIPS


Name
INGANE
Construction
IRON AND STEEL
Type
TUG
Date
1902
Description
Yard Number: 360
Registered: 22 November 1902

Subsequent Names: JOAO COUTINHO; POLANA

Renamed JOAO COUTINHO, owned by the Governor General of the province of Mozambique, registered at Lourenco, Marques, Portuguese.

INGANE was built in Hall Russell's in 1902 for J. T. Rennie as an iron steel steam tug (In Lloyd's 1941-42 reg. it is classed as twin screw CTR tug(. In Lloyd's 1914 reg. it is now owned by the Governor General of the province of Mozam and renamed JOAO COUTINHO of Lourenco Marques, Portugal. The ship appears to be owned in the early 1920's by Captain Doporto and named POLANA, in the same port as before. The ship is traced up to 1986 Lloyd's register. No further info after that date.


Shipbuilder
Hall, Russell & Company, Limited
Owner
J T Rennie
Dimensions
length 110 3/12' x breadth 23 1/12' x depth 11 3/6'
Gross Tonnage: 216 ton

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