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Cultura Navale
Collegio Nazionale Capitani Lungo Corso e Macchina
Daniele Alletto
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OPAWA
OPAWA
Company: New Zealand S.Co.
10,354 tons[13,000tons d.w.]
490'x 67'
Spd.:16 knots motorship twin screw
Built Clyde[Stephen] 1931
Trade Britain to New Zealand
412,000 cu.ft. refrigerated space
She and sisters were forerunners of a big class of ships built for associated Federal Line[see Durham of 1934]
All crew amidships-as exceptional arrangement at the time[63 crew]
Sunk 1942 by U-boat in North Atlantic
Sister[s]:
OTAIO 1930-41
ORARI 1931[1958 became CAPO BIANCO-Italian]

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Cantiere e anno di costruzione 1931
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Aggiunta il 08/04/2007
Dimensioni 800 x 506
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