PYRULA

About

Completed 1894 as Cevic for White Star Line. 1914 taken up by Admiralty for dummy battleship. 1915 fitted with cylindrical tanks and renamed Bayol. 1917 to Lane & Mac. Andrew and renamed Bayleaf. 1920 purchased by Anglo-Saxon and renamed Pyrula. 1926 as bunkership to Curacao for C.S.M. 7-1933 scrapped Genua Italy.

Also known as
Cevic
Bayol
Bayleaf
IMO number
1102126
Call sign
G...
Construction number
270
Tonnage
8.455 ton
Beam
20m
Length overall
167m
Year of construction
1894
Year of renaming/broken up
1933
Service for Shell
1920 to 1933
Cargo
Class
Flag state
Home port
Manager
Shipyard
Status
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