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« on: August 16, 2014, 12:00:43 pm »

Hello all,

for all friends of vessel from the german Sietas-Werft:
I have creat a pdf-database with round 750 vessels, name, IMO, etc etc.

Have fun
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« Reply #1 on: August 16, 2014, 06:03:55 pm »

Dear Andreas,

am a Lover of Sietas vessel and have been for a while Captain on one of them(small coasters)
The vessel that i was captain was the one in your .pdf file mentioned as Maryam imo 6611784, Sietas 563.
Am trying for years to find the history of this vessel. It seems that a that time captain owner order a series of 10 sister vessels for a TC between Europe and Canada but so far the second only vessel managed to find was the other Sietas 527, Maged H, imo 6511489.

Do you have any related information of the other coasters of same type built, think it was the type 9 and 9b, ?

Thank you for the very nice work that you have gathered!!!

Elias P. Tsoukalas
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« Reply #2 on: August 16, 2014, 06:50:29 pm »

Dear Elias,

thanks for your comment.
From type 9 / 9b i hear the first time, but i will ask other Seitas-friends
for more informations about your question.
Until then i ask for some patience, thanks.

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« Reply #3 on: August 16, 2014, 07:59:09 pm »

Hi Elias,

Maryam, IMO 6611784, Sietas type no. 9
Launched 20.04.1966
Delivered 12.05.1966 under the name CANOPUS to Willi Eckert, Hamburg

17.02.1976 to Walter Pape, Afathenburg/Hamburg, renamed RUDOLF KARSTENS
April 1985 to Margarete B. Hinterleitner, Hamburg, renamed GOLFSTROM
1986 to Seaplough Inc., Panama, renamed KATHE
1988 to Zante Maritime Co., Piräus, Greece, renamed ZAKINTHOS
1996 to Periplus Shipping Ltd, Belize, renamed WALAA
2010 to Gharib Shamroukh Shipping Co, Giurgiulesti, renamed MARYAM

14.11.2010 foundered at Port Tawfiq while loading barrels of bitumen and subsequently declared a total loss...

(Sources: Gert Uwe Detlefsen - Die Typschiffe der Sietas Werft/Register der Trockenfrachter; Miramar Ship Index)

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« Reply #4 on: August 16, 2014, 08:33:13 pm »

Elias, hi again:-)

Sietas type no. 9 and 9 b, 12 units built between 1960 and 1966 (10 of type 9, 2 of type 9 b)

Type 9
Anita Adele, IMO 5017955, # 435, 14.04.1960, last known name Fabjani, 2007 broken up at Aliaga
Nautica, IMO 6405305, # 531, 07.12.1963, last known name Lady Aziza, 2011 broken up at Aliaga
Anna Becker, IMO 6500909, # 549, 21.10.1964, last known name Dimitrios, in service
Marie Rüsch, IMO 6510942, # 557, 06.03.1965, last known name Nashwa-A., in service
Planet, IMO 6510849, # 552, 31.03.1965, last known name Yousef A, 2013 broken up at Aliaga
Hans Bülow, IMO 6511489, # 527, 21.04.1965, last known name Maged H, sunk 20.11.1994 en route from Port Said to Koper
Annchen Felter, IMO 6512407, # 553, 08.05.1965, last known name Medawar I, 2000 broken up at Constanta, Romania
Thor, IMO 6513487, # 550, 26.05.1965, last known name Emilie II, 23.09.2010 deleted from LRF - further existence in doubt
Wieland, IMO 6611904, # 578, 16.02.1966, last known name Med II, 2011 broken up at Aliaga
Canopus, IMO 6611784 (see my first comment)

Type 9 b
Helga Wehr, IMO 6609664, # 573, 08.03.1966, last known name Stefan E, sunk 23.03.1987 en route from Antwerp to Monrovia north of Dakar
Wilken, IMO 6611916, # 589, 23.03.1966, last known name Assos, 2010 broken up at Aliaga

(Sources: Gert Uwe Detlefsen - Die Typschiffe der Sietas Werft/Register der Trockenfrachter; Miramar Ship Index)

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« Reply #5 on: August 16, 2014, 08:43:58 pm »

Andreas, thank you very much for this great piece of work. Will have to dig deeper into the list. Detlefsen's "Register der Trockenfrachter" is an invaluable source, but as the title indicates, no further descriptions of Sietas built tankers, ferries, passenger vessels, trawlers etc.

I was quite happy when I already saw some trawlers listed in your pdf Grin

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« Reply #6 on: August 16, 2014, 09:34:23 pm »

Jens,

many thanks for your help.

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« Reply #7 on: August 16, 2014, 10:48:12 pm »

Hi,
About the MARYAM mentioned by Capt Tsoukalas and Jens, her hull is visible lying on portside in Port-Tawfik, on Google Earth picture dated 02 Mar 2011, in position 29°56'22"N & 032°33'48"E.
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« Reply #8 on: August 16, 2014, 11:25:35 pm »

Thanks for this photo, Yvon. She must have been removed within the last three years... My Google Earth shows a photo captured on May 31, 2014, and the wreck is gone...

@Elias: This site may also be of interest to you (in case you don't know it)

http://7seasvessels.com/?p=132852

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« Reply #9 on: August 18, 2014, 10:45:37 am »

Hi, Andreas,

Can you post a link to your pdf or tell me how to access it.

I have a spreadsheet with approx. 1200 Sietas built vessels going back into the 1800's. It is very much a work in progress, with many gaps for vessels fates etc, as I have not had time yet to research everything. However I'm willing to share what I have so far, if you or anyone else is interested. We may be able to help each other.
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« Reply #10 on: August 18, 2014, 10:57:19 am »

Dear Andreas, Dear Jens,

Thank you for the information sent out! It seems like a little light light out there.
Jens on the Maryam, as per my previous comment was a captain for a while, actually taken delivery as 'KATHE' renamed
To 'ZAKINTHOS' and deivered to Egyptian ownwers who renamed her to 'WALAA' so i still remeber her...insight-out, lovely
Vessel!
I tihink that Willy Eckert  was the one -am not sure if it is a someone's name or a company, that order the 10 type 9 vessels to
Sietas.
Just a little remark, the 'ANNA BECKER' is not of type 9, the two identical vessel that i have found so far was the above mentikned KATHE
and the MAGED H, which believe they are both of the same type. The 'ANNA BECKER' is a different older design.

And yes Jens, i know the 7 seasvessels site, its true that whatever information quoted here found from this site.

I thought that i could found somewhere a book or a more dedicated site(....German on at least) more accurate for the best(..for me)
Shipyard!!

Thank you both,

Elias P. Tsoukalas
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« Reply #11 on: August 18, 2014, 12:55:41 pm »

Hi Elias,

you're welcome. I don't know about ANNA BECKER. I took the information from Gert Uwe Detlefsen' book - Die Typschiffe der Sietas Werft/Register der Trockenfrachter - where she is listed as type no. 9. There was another ANNA BECKER but she was a type 81.

By the way, the above mentioned book may be of interest to you.

All the best from Hamburg
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« Reply #12 on: August 18, 2014, 06:04:19 pm »

Jens, thank you. Is this book publsished only in German language, think yes, ?cause try to find it on the well known markets but not available (...amazon, ebay,etc).

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« Reply #13 on: August 18, 2014, 06:21:04 pm »

Dear Simonwp, the first message of Andreas on this topic have an attachment at the end, click and download,
Its very easy.

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Hi, Andreas,

Can you post a link to your pdf or tell me how to access it.

I have a spreadsheet with approx. 1200 Sietas built vessels going back into the 1800's. It is very much a work in progress, with many gaps for vessels fates etc, as I have not had time yet to research everything. However I'm willing to share what I have so far, if you or anyone else is interested. We may be able to help each other.
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« Reply #14 on: August 18, 2014, 07:29:58 pm »

Thanks...I had to use Google Chrome to get it......
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