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Created: 2019-01-03 1:48:35 PM
Last Edited: 2019-01-03 3:46:57 PM




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J.R. Sensibar
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J.R. Sensibar (1975)
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Conallison (1981)
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Conallison (1981/11)
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Conallison (1981/11/01)
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Conallison (1984/02/22)
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Conallison (1984/05/27)
  IMO: 5166938  
Details/Construction
Builder:Great Lakes Engineering WorksLocation:Ecorse, MichiganHull #:14
Keel Layed:Launched:Commissioned:1906/04
Propulsion
Dimensions
As builtLength:186.6 mGross Tonnage:8028
Breadth:17.1 mNet Tonnage:
Depth:Dead Weight:
Owner HistoryFleet History
OwnerManagerFromUntil
FleetFromUntil
Name HistoryRegistration History
NameCall SignUntil
Frank C. Ball1930
J.R. Sensibar1981
Conallison
NumberPortFromUntil
800597
Description
Converted to a self-unloading sand dredge and repowered with turbo-electric power by American Ship Building Company (Lorain, Ohio) (increased to 7179gt). Operated as suction dredger until 1936.

Converted to self-unloader by Manitowoc Shipbuilding Company (Manitowoc, Wisconsin) in 1947.

Repowered in 1960 with a diesel engine and hatches raised by Christy Corporation (Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin).

Enlarged to 186.6m (8028gt) in 1961.

Chartered in October 1981 by Westdale Shipping Ltd (Mississauga, Ontario), until the unloading equipment malfunctioned. Laid-up for the final time in Toronto.

Sold for scrap 1983 to Marine Salvage Ltd. (Port Colborne, Ontario) and towed to Port Colborne. Resold to Spanish shipbreakers.
Disposition
Description/LocationDesguaces Vige, San Esteban de Pravia, Spain
Arrival at Yard1984/09/17Beached:Work Began:1984/10
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