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Scandinavian American Line

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Length: 500.4 ft.
Breadth: 58.3 ft.
Draft (or Depth): 29.4 ft.
Tonnage: 10,100 tons (gross)
Engines: Triple expansion, six 6 cylinder engines - 941 horsepower.
Speed: 15 knots
Builder: Alexander Stephen and Sons, Glasgow, Scotland
Launched: 30 March 1903
Maiden Voyage: 3 June 1903
Disposition: Disp.

Port of Registry: POR
Flag of Registry: FOR
Funnel color: Funnel color
Company flag: Company Flag
Signal Letters: Signal Letters
Wireless call letters: Wireless Call Sign
Details: Details


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30 March 1903 - Launched by Alexander Stephen and Sons, Glasgow, Scotland, for the Scandinavian American Line. Sister ship to the Hellig Olav.

3 June 1903 - Maiden voyage - Copenhagen - Christiana ( now Oslo) - New York.

3 September 1935 - Damaged by fire while at Copenhagen. Subsequently sold to S.A. Cantieri, Livorno, Italy, and scrapped later that year.


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