ABERDEEN BUILT SHIPS


Name
MALLING
Type
VESSEL, CARGO
Date
1970
Official Number
338953
Description
Yard Number: 946

Port: London
Flag: British

Cargo Vessel - General Cargo
Construction: Welded, 1 deck
Engines: Oil 4SA 6cy 15" x 18" SR geared Mirrlees, Blackstone

100A1
LMC

Subsequent Names: TORLAND (1991-1993); ORLAN (1993-1996); CIHAN (1996-2004); CONDOR (2004-)

MALLING was one of two ships built for Stephenson & Clarke in 1970. The other ship was called FERRING. Hall Russell's built a bigger ship for the same company called WILLMINGTON. The company named their ships after little towns in the south west of England.

MALLING and FERRING were general cargo ships with two holds with a crane installed between the two holds to load and offload cargo. Hold sizes 86½ x 88½.

MALLING was sold in 1991 to Telmar Chartering / Torbulk Shipping Grimsby and renamed TORLAND. In 1993 she was renamed ORLAN, company not known but registered in Kingstown, St Vincent until 1996 when she was sold to Cihan Shipping Co. Ltd, Valetta, Malta and renamed CIHAN. It 2004 she was sold to Conway Shipping Ltd / Cihan Denizcilik Patrol Urunleri Nakliyati Ticaret Ltd, Valletta, Malta and renamed CONDOR as registered in 2006.

Scrapped at Ghent in Belgium, January 2014.
Shipbuilder
Hall, Russell & Company, Limited
Owner
Stephenson Clarke Ltd, London
Dimensions
length 21 1/12' x breadth 43 1/12' x depth 266'
gross tonnage: 1596 ton

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