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Imperial Oil Shipping Co., Ltd.
Incalite - (1929-1933)
See also : Petroleine

 
"Incalite" seen as "Pétroléine".
"Pétroléine" of 6.300 Tons was build in 1908.  Driven by steam engines and used coal as fuel.
"Pétroléine" was to be transformed later with a heating system for the fuel, and still had a long career.
Became "Incalite", in 1929 for ImperialOil Co. Sold for scrap in 1922 to Japan.
( Illustration by M. Mélissent )
 
"Incalite" seen as "Pétroléine".
 
"Incalite".

The Miramar Ship Index for "PETROLEINE"
IDNo:
1125445
Year:
1908
Name:
PETROLEINE
Keel:
Type:
Tanker
Launch Date:
14.07.1908
Flag:
GBR
Date of completion:
23.10.1908

Tons:
4205
Link:
-
DWT:
Yard No:
169
Length overall:
Ship Design:
LPP:
106.8
Country of build:
GBR
Beam:
14.8
Builder:
Tyne Iron
Material of build:
is
Location of yard:
Willington Quay
Number of screws/Mchy/Speed(kn):
1T-10

Subsequent History:
1929 INCALITE

Disposal Data:
Scrapped in Osaka, Japan 05.1933.

History :
ON
LR/IMO
ID
Year
Name
Tons
Change
Registered Owner
125445
1125445
1908
PETROLEINE
4205
Saxoleine SS Co Ltd.
1125445
1908
PETROLEINE
4205
1925
Fenaille & Despeaux
125445
1125445
1908
INCALITE
4205
1929
Imperial Oil Ltd.

Additional Info by Starke & Schell Registers :

PETROLÉINE-1908     (steel & iron)        BR     1T (aft)     (11½*)
4,205 GRT for Saxoleine SS. Co., Ltd. (Hunting & Son), Newcastle      350.3 x 48.5
Tanker built by Tyne Iron SB. Co., Ltd., Newcastle,  (10)     #169, 125445
1925 - Fenaille & Despeaux (Soc. Auxiliaire de Transports), Rouen, FR
1929 - INCALITE,  Imperial Oil, Ltd., London   (Toronto, Ont.), BR
Broken up in Japan, 2nd quarter 1933 (delivered at Osaka)
(sold. Nagasaki 13.05.1933 for Shimotsu).