ACILA (2)

About

Completed 1982 as SHELLTRANS for Shell Finland. 1986 as SHELLTRANS to Shell Tankers Rotterdam. 1995 renamed ACILA. 1997 as ACILA to STASCo. 1999 sold to Petromarine and renamed Bacalan. 2001 sold to Groupe Desgagnes and renamed Vega Desgagnes. 2015 sold Nigeria and renamed Fort Abel. 6-2016 verkocht Chukotka Trading Russia and renamed Chukotka +.

Also known as
Shelltrans
Bacalan
Vega Desgagnes
Fort Abel
Chukotka +
IMO number
7927960
Call sign
PCCN / MWRY7
MMSI
273389070
Construction number
307
Tonnage
11.548 ton
Beam
21m
Length overall
141m
Year of construction
1982
Year of renaming/broken up
1999
Service for Shell
1982 to 1999
Cargo
Class
Flag state
Home port
Manager
Shipyard
Status
Photo(s)

Sailors

Name Job Period Details
Cor Van Der Ent 5th engineer 1959 to 1960
Alex Eijgenraam 2nd officer 1990 to 1994 3/o-2/o
Barbara Toemen ... 2nd mate 1993 to 1994 mo 2, 2nd mate
Hans Burger 2 chief engineer 1994 to 1996
Barend Crum captain (commanding officer) 1994
Jan Smid hoofdwerktuigkundige 1995
Barbara Toemen ... mo 2 1995 to 1997
Juan Blankenburgh mo 3 1995
Rien Viergever apprentice engineer 1996 special apprent. engineer, for certificate renewal
Dean Strickland 3rd officer 1997 to 1998
Dean Reljac c/o 1997
Jon Nicholas dual cadet 1997
Andrew Keane 4th engineer 1998
Ganesh Ramaswamy c/o 1998 to 1999
David Beeston chief engineer 1998 to 1999
Carol Dooley Second Officer 1999 Operating around West Coast of Africa

Location

Last known position of ACILA (2) by VesselFinder.com.

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