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Croix de Lorraine

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Croix de Lorraine

Postby shipstamps » Tue Aug 05, 2008 5:07 pm


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This Saint Pierre and Miquelon stamp depicts the motor research fishing stern trawler Croix de Lorraine, owned by the Societe Naval Caennaise (Inter Peche) and registered at St. Pierre Miquelon. Cross tonnage of the trawler is 423; net 148, deadweight 315, She was built in 1970 by Ateliere and Chantiers de La Manche at Dieppe. There are two decks, one hold and six hatches. The vessel is powered by a vee oil engine of 4-stroke, single-acting type, having 12 cylinders, built by the Soc. Crepelle, of Lille. Speed 14 knots. SG550
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Re: Croix de Lorraine

Postby aukepalmhof » Tue Jan 22, 2019 7:22 pm

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Built as a stern-trawler under yard No 1219 by La Mancha, Dieppe, France for the French Government.
01 November 1969 keel laid down.
07 March 1970 launched under the name CROX DE LORRAINE.
Tonnage 423 gross, 148 net, 315 dwt, dim. 46.54 x 9.35 x 4.8m, length bpp. 40.54m.
Powered by a 12-cyl diesel engine, 1.600 bhp., speed 14 knots.
1970 Completed.

1987 Reported as owned by Societe Saint Pierraise de Peche, Saint Pierre.
April 1988 she was boarded by Canadian Fisheries officials, after the crew tried to fish in disputed Canadian/St Pierre et Miquelon fishing waters.
The CROIX DE LORRAINE sailed from St Pierre with on board four French officials and 17 men crew, when fishing in the dispute waters they were arrested by Canadian Fisheries officers and put in jail for 48 hours. Later that year the two sides in the dispute met and were trying to resolve the dispute.

1990 Was she owned by International Maine & Commercial Operators in Bordeaux, France.
1994 Renamed in THUNNUS, owned by Thunnus Fishing Maritime Co., Belize.
1997 Renamed in JACQUELINE, owned by Quark Fishing, Las Palmas, Canary Islands. Under this name she visited three times Auckland.
2001 Renamed in JACQUELINE F.I. and registered in the Falkland Islands, managed by Freiremar SA, Las Palmas. Used in the toothfish fishing as a longliner.
2011 Is given that she was laid up by Equasis
2019 Same name and owners, IMO No 7015224. Her last position given as Vigo, Spain on 10-10-2017.

Photos on the net as JACQULINE FI shows her after rebuilt in a toothfish fishing vessel.


Source: CD-ROM ships on stamps. http://www.miramarshipindex.org.nz and some other web-sites.
St Pierre et Miquelon 1976 1F20 sg550, scott?
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Re: Croix de Lorraine

Postby D. v. Nieuwenhuijzen » Tue Jan 22, 2019 8:01 pm

Depth:6.35m. Draft:4.80m. 12 cyl. Crepelle diesel:1600 hp. (1177 kW.) 1 hold, 6 hatches, 2 derricks SWL:0.5 tons.
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