BELLAMYA

About

Completed 1976 as Bellamya for Shell France. From 26-1-1984 to 6-11-1985 laid-up at Vestnes Norway. 6-1-1986 arrived Ulsan for scrap.

IMO number
7360100
Call sign
FNWL
Construction number
X 25
Tonnage
553.662 ton
Beam
63m
Length overall
414m
Optimum speed
16knots
Year of construction
1976
Year of renaming/broken up
1986
Service for Shell
1976 to 1986
Cargo
Class
Flag state
Home port
Manager
Shipyard
Status
Photo(s)

Comments

Sailors

Name Job Period Details
Cirot engine officer 1975 to 1978
Alain Beduneau assistant ce 1976 to 1980
Patrick Guellec polyvalent 1976
Girard Jacques superintendent 1976 new building superintendant during all the construction
Capt. John Blackman lightering pilot 1977 to 1979
Carlo Cappelletti radio officer 1977
Francois Morin cadet radio officer 1978 to 1979
Henri Van Heffen radio officer 1979 to 1983
Santais Didier engine officer 1979 to 1982
Andre Nicolas engineer 1980 to 1983
Patrick Poirier 1st deck officer 1980
Regnault Denis radio officer 1981 to 1983
Penot Olivier novice 1982 to 1983
Samzun 1st officer 1982 to 1986 1er chauffeur
Piacentini Albert master 1983 to 1984
Piacentini Albert chief officer 1983

Anecdotes

Date Visitor Anecdote
11/12/2010 - 23:41 Mike Big Taff H...

the bellamaya and battilus were huge ships,500,000 tonnes plus.i sailed on shell uk lightening ships [natacina ,darina , drupa, and took cargoes from both of these ships on their maiden voyages and several more times throughout the early 80s and being the largest tankers in the world at that time.beautiful accomodation block we had a guided tour around ,tecnology at its finest.