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Pan Bolivar - (1931-1933)
See also : Esso Aruba (1) (1936-1954)
Built by Swan, Hunter, Richardson, Wallsend, England, 1931.
8773 gross tons; 484 (bp) feet long; 65 feet wide.
Steam triple expansion engine, single screw. Service speed 11 knots.
Built for Pan American Petroleum & Transport Co., American flag, in 1931 and named Pan Bolivar.
Sold to Standard Oil of New Jersey, American flag, in 1935.
Renamed Esso Aruba in 1936.
Sold to Additional Arrivals, in 1950 and renamed Captain John. Star Line, Monrovia.
Scrapped in 1960.
The Miramar Ship Index for "PAN BOLIVAR"
1936 ESSO ARUBA - 1954 CAPTAIN JOHN
Scrapped at Savona 16.03.1960. ( By Ardem )
Additional information from Starke & Schell registers.
PAN BOLIVAR - 1931 USA 1Triple Expansion + lp (aft) (12)
8,773 GRT for Pan American Petroleum & Transport Co., Los Angeles, Calif. 484.2 x 65.5
Tanker built by Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson, Ltd., Newcastle (7) #1465 231080
1933 - Pan American Foreign Corp., Wilmington, Del.
1935 - Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey, Wilmington, Del.
1936 - ESSO ARUBA, s/o
1950 - Esso Shipping Co., Wilmington, Del.
1954 - CAPTAIN JOHN, Star Line Shipping Co., Inc., Monrovia, LI
Broken up at Vado Ligure 1960 by A.R.D.E.M., arrived Savona 16.03.1960,
work began 02.04.1960.