(as ss Fanny)
Official Number: 142728
Builder: Bonn & Mees, Rotterdam
Pennant No: Y 3.2444
Into Service: 1918
Out of service: 1918
Fate: Broken up
Items of historic interest involving this ship: -
1907 launched by Bonn & Mees, Rotterdam as Yard Nr: 177 named Maashaven for N V Mij. s/s Maashaven (N V Gebr. van Uden's Scheepvaart & Agent. Mij, Managers) Rotterdam
February 1907 completed
4 March 1908 arrived at Syracuse from Newport, Gwent
17 May 1909 arrived at Hartlepool from Calais, France
30 November 1909 arrived at Messina, Italy from Newport, Gwent
3 September 1910 arrived at Venice, Italy from Methil
25 May 1911 sailed the River Wear for Archangel
18 December 1911 arrived at Buenos Ayres from Campleton
5 December 1912 arrived at Galveston, Texas afrom Maderia
26 September 1914 arrived at Sapelo from Cardiff
2 November 1914 arrived at Fleetwood from Darien
15 January 1916 the Western News reported ...
27 April 1916 the Pall Mall Gazette reported ...
6 June 1916 the Dundee Courier newspaper reported ...
1918 under auspices of Shipping Controller, London under management of F C Strick & Co and requisitioned for Admiralty service as a Collier - name unchanged. Exact dates not known
7 February 1919 sailed the River Tees for Blyth
31 October 1919 passed the Lloyds Signal Station on the Lizard sailing west
15 January 1927 while on passage from Bena for Riga grounded south of Lysorot near Windau
14 February 1927 refloated and assisted into Ventspils, Windau by a salvage steamer - describved as 'leaky'
30 August 1929 arrived Methil from Abderdeen for bunkers
1940 sold to Wm H Muller & Co & Kon, Nederlandsche Hoogovens & Staalfabrieken N.V. Rotterdam and renamed Zuijderburgh
1947 sold to Rederi A/B Fanny, Mariehmn and renamed Fanny
1954 sold to Rederi A/B Sally, Mariehamn - name unchanged
30 October 1959 arrived Kripen a/d Ijssel for demolition by Heuvelman Scheepvaartbedrijf