Rahtihöyrylaiva teräksestä. Moottori 123 ind. hv.
Omistaja: Laivaosakeyhtiö Tempo.
Rekisteröity ennen Viipurissa.
1940 - 1940
General Cargo Steamer, Singledecker
275 GRT, 172 NRT, 410 dwt
41.13 x 6.84 x 3.50 m
Compound steam engine 2 cy.
by the Shipbuilders
123 IHP 6.5 knots
Completed by Thorskogs Mek. Verkstad, Thorskog (#180) as STÅL for the Shipyard owner Petter Larsson, Thorskog (4597).
Lengthened by 11 metres at Thorskogs Mek. Verkstad.
Her original particulars were:
208 GRT, 134 NRT, 30.26 x 7.02 m
Sold to Sidney Boldt, Landskrona.
Sold to Holger Fischer, Kristiania, and the modified as STAAL.
Sold to R. Christensen, Lyngdal.
Sold A/S Staal, (Chr. Troye), Bergen.
Sold to Aalborgs Rederi A/S, (G. Rendbeck), Aalborg, and renamed LINDHOLM.
Sold to Dampskibsrederiet Lindholm, (Aage Lind), Kolding.
Sold to C.G. Sundby, Kolding, and renamed KONGSHOLM.
Sold to H. Hansen, Kolding.
Purchased by Johan Hartman, Liepaja /Libau on behalf of a part owners company under formation, and the vessel was renamed LAIMONS. The company was registered as M. Karklins & Co., (mgrs. G. Tidemand), Liepaja.
Wrecked in Nov. and deleted from the Latvian ship register.
Refloated in Feb. 1931 and re-entered in the Latvian register with M. Karklins & Co. as owners , but home port changed to Riga.
Sold to A/S Dampskibsselskabet Trio, (H.A. Svenningsen), København, and renamed TEMPO.
Acquired by Laiva Oy Tempo, (A.K. Seppinen), mgrs. Seppinen & Kemppi Oy, Koivisto /Björkö (Viipuri /Wiborg 3401), and renamed APOLLO.
Home port changed to Rauma /Raumo (545), as Koivisto and Viipuri were surrended after the Winter War to the Soviet Union. Laiva Oy Tempo and Seppinen & Kemppi Oy had also moved their office to Rauma.
Sold to Oy Suomi Shipping Ab, (C.S. Bergström), Helsinki /Helsingfors (863), and renamed ZEUS.
Seized by Germans in Norway after the brotherhood of arms had ended between Finland and Germany.
Mined on 26 Dec. in the Southern Baltic, but managed to get into Swinemünde, where beached.
Refloated after the war and broken up.
A rare Finnish ship that sailed under all the four Nordic flags.
©MAP 16.5.2004 file:RaumLaiv/Tempo.doc
Tyyppi Höyrylaiva (teräs)
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