ABERDEEN BUILT SHIPS


Name
NORTH CITY
Construction
STEEL
Type
TRAWLER
Date
1889
Official Number
LEZB
Description
Steel Screw Steam Trawler
Yard number 169
Built December 1889 for Wm Pyper & Co., Aberdeen
2 cylinder compound engines, 47 NHP, by Blaikie Bros. Aberdeen

Renamed: SVEL; STORHAUG; TAMBUR (1954); JAMAL (1956); INGODD (1957)

In 1920 owned by B Krovel, Haugesund and renamed STORHAUG
Diesel fitted 1947, owned by H Meyer Moen, Trondheim.
In 1954 renamed TAMBUR
In 1956 renamed JAMAL
In 1957 renamed INGODD and owned by Ole Cnarheim, Bergen.

Special surveys: Class Withdrawn 1.04

Update to this vessel: The original engine was removed and replaced with a diesel unit in 1947. This engine is a oil engine 2SA 2CY 340x360mm by D. Daedkap Jr Amsterdam. This engine was made in 1939 and fitted 1947. This ship was called Tamdur in 1955-56 and owned by R/A Tambur (Bjarne Halvorsan, Trondheim) Norway in Lloyds 1957-58 reg. It is now known as Jamal for Jacob A. Lundargaard (Kristiansand Norway) until 1958. It is now known as Ingodd for Ole Onarheim & Others Bargan, Norway. (In Lloyds 1958-59 Reg this ship has gained an extra 39’ in length now being 135’11’’. Lengthening date unkown) In the 1967 Lloyds as being owned by A/S Sandfrakt (Bargen, Norway) still known as Ingodd. In 1977 Reg this ship is still as Ingodd, but now owned by Anfinn Onarheim, Bargan Norway.

The skipper when this ship was first known as North City was E. Warman.

Owner have between 1977-1982 again replaced this diesel unit with a new oil 4SA 6CY 137x165 460 BHP (338kw) engine made 1962 fitted 1966 Caterpillar Tractor Co. Peoria, Illinois as in Lloyd’s 82.

This ship is now owned by Bjarne Olav Fitzients bargen is still Ingodd 1993. Traced Ingodd up to 2010 as being reg in Lloyd’s that is as far as this record goes.
Shipbuilder
DUTHIE
Owner
North Line Steam Fishing Company Limited, Aberdeen
Dimensions
116 GRT
96'9" x 19' 6" x 10' 5"

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