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Namur

NAMUR

General properties

Vessel type: 
CSD-BUD
Flag: 
BE
Built in: 
1931
Yard number: 
666

Physical properties

Length (BP): 
63 m
Width: 
13 m
Depth: 
4.2 m
Total power: 
1620 kW
Suction pipe diameter: 
0.75 m

Page review

Status: 
Historical
Review: 
New owner

Last Updated

2 years 3 weeks ago

History

TimeframeEquipmentManagerReview
Timeframe: 
1931 - 2013
Equipment: 

About this equipment

Thursday, 17 January 2013

An item reported that the barge-unloading and cutter dredger Namur which was built in 1931 at the Dutch shipyard Gusto atSchiedam was sold via mediation of the maritime office W.H. Mellema at Amsterdam towards the Soviet Union. The dredger was property of the firm Ackermans en van Haaren at Antwerp, in origin a Dutch firm located at The Hague and which firm had just Dutch built vessels. The dredger was to be sued in the Northern Ice Sea. The newspaper Schiedamsche Courant dated 25 February confirmed this sale adding that her dimensions were 63 x 13 x 4,20 (hold) metres and that she was fitted out with two sand pumps an one water pump with totally around 3.000 hp.(1

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