Completed 1928 as Caroni River for British Empire. In charter for Anglo-Saxon. 20-1-1940 mined and sunk.
Completed 1909 as Limburg for N.I.T. 1913 converted into a motortanker. 1928 transferred to STUK and renamed Enida. 1931 sunk Japan.
Completed 1928 as Gamacruz for Anglo Mexican Oil. 1948 transferred to Estrella Maritima Argentina. 1978 scrapped Buenos Aires.
Completed 1926 as Hai Kwang for Asiatic Petroleum China. 1928 transferred to Shell China. 28-12-1941 sunk by Japanese air raid in Manilla Bay. Later salvaged, repaired and used as Japanese Kaiko Maru. Bombed 19-5-1945 and sunk by US Navy aircraft
Completed 1928 as Josefina for C.S.M. 1932 as Josefina for N.I.T. 1942 scuttled Soerabaja. 10-6-1942 raised by Japanese and renamed Yosei Maru. 13-5-1945 torpedoed and sunk by USS Baya.
Completed 1928 as Leticia for C.S.M. 27-6-1940 torpedoed and sunk by U47. Voyage Curacao Falmouth.
Completed 1928 as Lucrecia for C.S.M. 7-7-1940 torpedoed and sunk by U34, 100 miles west of Land?s End.
Completed 2012 as Bukha for Oman Shipping. 2017 a three year contract of affreightment agreement with Shell Eastern Trading.
Completed 2012 as Brightoil Glory for Brightoil Shipping. 2019 in charter for Shell Int. Eastern Trading Comp. (SIETCO).
Completed 1919 as War Khan for The Shipping Controller. 1919 purchased by Anglo-Saxon and renamed Capsa in 1922. 1928 sold to Skibs Oslo and renamed Nordhav, but in charter for Anglo-Saxon. 1938 laid up at Yokohama. 1940 seized by Japanese and renamed Daisin Maru. 23-9-1943 torpedoed and sunk by USS Harder.