The East Asiatic Co.
m/v INDIA (I)
|Off.no / IMO: ? / ?||Build: 1927||Shipyard: A/S Nakskov Skibsvaerft, Nakskov, Denmark. # 30|
|Dwt: 13.400||Grt: 9.549||Nrt: 6.034|
|Speed: 13,5 knots||Dim: 148,74 x 19,38 x 12,27 m. Draft: 11.379 m.|
21/12 1930: Delivered to The East Asiatic Co. Ltd., Copenhagen, Denmark
13/12 1936: Grounded in the San Francisco Bay when on voyage to San Francisco with general cargo.
23/4 1937: Fire in hold 3in the Bay of Bengal on a voyage Rangoon - Aden with general cargo. Sailed to Colombo, fire extinguised 3 May1937.
2/9 1937: Sailed on by s/s BOLIVAS when at anchor in Hong Kong during typhoon, leak in the engine room and cargo hold 2
21/11 1938: Grounded by Hals when on a voyage Nr.Sundby-Århus with Coal and Oil Cakes.
28/11 1939: Collided with underwater obstacle in the North Sea when on a voyage Weymouth-Antwerp with general cargo. Leak in 1 and 2 tanks in starbord side.
1940-1945: Laid up in Denmark.
10/11 1948: Grounded in Houston channel when on a Voyage Houston-Tampa with general cargo.
19/10 1951: Fire in cotton bales in the 1st hatch in the Atlantic when on a voyage St.Thomas-Antwerp with general cargo, fire extinguished after some bales were thrown overboard.
7/12 1953: Able seaman S. Å. Sorensen died in Shanghai, after he fallen in 5 hold.
7/2 1954: Fire in hold 5 in Atlantic when on a voyage Genoa - Antwerp, with general cargo, 100 tonnes cargo damaged.
13/11 1958: Donkey man B. Kristensen died in the engine-room in Tsingtao, China, after the flywheel on the auxiliary engine exploded.
1962: Sold to Peninsular Shipbreaking, Hong Kong to be broken up.