TRUZHENIK MORYA - Kaliningrad, Russia       Call sign - UIUO      IMO number - 8136348
Owner - Butoni Denizcilik A.S., Turkey (Scrapyard) - previously owned by Kerchrybrprom Fishing Industry & Production Union, Ukraine

Location - Photographed lying on the beach at Aliaga, Turkey prior to the start of demolition     Photograph Date - 20 April 1996
Photographer - Selim San     Added to archive - 22 Sep 2003     Last updated - 22 Sep 2003

SHIP'S HISTORY

  Ordered - unknown
  Construction begun - unknown
  Keel laid - unknown
  Launched - unknown
  Delivered - 1975
  Newbuild price - unknown

  (a) Truzhenik Morya - U.S.S.R. (??)
  (b) Truzhenik Morya - Russia

  She sailed for her entire career as Truzhenik Morya
  Beached at Aliaga, Turkey on 18 April 1996 for scrapping
  Scrap price - unknown

PARTICULARS

  Ship type - Stern trawling fish factory ship / reefer
  Strengthened for service in light ice conditions
  Gross tonnage - 3,931
  Net tonnage - 1,810
  Displacement tonnage - 2,118
  L.O.A. - 101.89 meters (334'4")
  L.B.P. - 91.90 meters (301'6")
  Width overall - 15.22 meters (49'11")
  Width moulded - 15.21 meters (49'11")
  Draught - 5.601 meters (18'4")
  Depth - 9.71 meters (31'10")
  Number of cargo holds - 2
  Number of hatch covers - 2
  Cargo holds volume - 1,620 cubic meters
  Cargo derricks - 2(5T) & 4(3T)

CONSTRUCTION

  Builder - VEB Volkswerft Stralsund
  Country - Stralsund, Germany
  Hull number - 441
  Engine builder - VEB Dieselmotorenwerk Rostock (DMR)
  Country - Rostock, Germany
  Number of engines - 1
  Engine type - MAN 8-cyl (8ZD72/48AL-1) diesel engine
  Fuel - Diesel oil & heavy fuel oil
  Fuel capacity - unknown
  Main engine horsepower - 3,880 bhp or 2,854 kW
  Speed - 15.5 knots
  Propeller - 1 variable pitch propeller
  Steering gear - Standard rudder
  Bow thuster - none

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION - This section is open for all viewers to contribute any information about this ship that is known such as former owners, managers, charterers, accidents, conversions, drydockings, cargoes, voyages, sightings or ports of call etc..


** Originally Truzhenik Morya was owned and operated by the Government of the U.S.S.R. "Azcerryba" and her registry was Kerch, U.S.S.R.
** By the mid 1990s her owner was listed as Kerchrybprom Fishing & Production Union (Prolzvodstvennoye Obedinenlye Rybnoy Promyshlennosti "Kerchrybprom"), Ukraine
** Truzhenik Morya arrived at Aliaga, Turkey on 18 April 1996 under tow. It is not known where she was towed from
** Work on cutting the hull commenced on 25 April 1996

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Information sources - Lloyds Registers, Fairplay Internet Ship Register, Marine News - Journals of the World Ship Society

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