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Postby john sefton » Sat Mar 17, 2012 11:21 pm

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Fish factory vessel built 1966 VEB Volksweft, Stralsund for USSR.
2657Gt. 1139Nt. L269'7". B44'9" Dr 16'5".
Two 8-cyl diesels. 2320bhp. 13.5knts.
Designed of tropical waters, equipped for pelagic and bottom fishing, capable of remaining at sea for 60 days.
Crew of 60.
(T Broadley)
German Dem Rep SG E1070
(T Broadley)
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Re: Atlantik

Postby aukepalmhof » Tue Mar 20, 2012 1:47 am

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1994 Atlantik type.Scientific-management-of-fisheries.jpg
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French Southern and Antarctic Territories used in 1994 one stamp for the “Scientific Management of Fisheries” which shows us a stern trawler of the Atlantik type built in East Germany from 1966 till 1974.
Two types were built, from 1966 till 1968, 50 units of “Atlantik I” from 1968 till 1975 121 units of ‘Atlantik II”.
The Atlantik type was built on the Volkswerft VEB, Stralsund. Then from 1974 till 1976 built the Mathias-Thesen yard in Wismar this type.
Seven of these trawlers were research trawlers, and seven as training vessels.
The first which was built was the ATLANTIK.
Which trawler was built on the stamp I don’t know.

Built as a stern trawler factory vessel under yard no 201 by the Volkswrft VEB for the Government of the Soviet Union.
Launched as the ATLANTIK.
Tonnage 2,567 grt, 1,139 nrt, 1,526 dwt, dim. 82.20 x 13.62 x 9.55m., draught 5.16m., length bpp. 73.00.
Powered by two 8 cyl. 8NVD 48.2AU Karl Liebknecht diesel engines, 2,320 bhp, twin shafts, speed 13.5 knots.
The capacity of the fish processing plant, 45 ton a day, and fish meal 35 ton a day.
The cargo hold spaces for frozen fish, three holds each 1,095 cubic meters.
Accommodation for 80 persons.
07 July 1966 completed.

04 August 1997 she arrived at Bombay. She was broken up in Bombay by R.K. Engineering.

At least one is still in service today (2020), she is the Romanian research vessel MARE NIGRUM IMO No 7119408.
She was built in 1971 as the stern trawler SOMES for Romanian account, refitted in a research vessel in 2003, and renamed MARE NIGRUM.

Source Soviet Merchant ships by Ambrose Greenway and Internet.
French Southern and Antarctic Territories 1994 23f sg 331, scott C129
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