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Name: ANTIOCHE
Type: Fishing Vessel
Launched: 04/05/1905
Completed: 1905
Builder: Smith's Dock Co Ltd
Yard: North Shields
Yard Number: 766
Dimensions: 249grt, 80nrt, 125.0 x 22.0 x 12.0ft; (by 1966: 200grt, 131.2 x 21.3ft)
Engines: T3cyl (12.5, 20 & 34 x 25ins), 58nhp;
(1951: Oil engine, 2SA, 5cyl (280 x 490mm), 550bhp)
Engines by: Shields Engineering Co Ltd, North Shields;
(1951: Harland & Wolff, Belfast)
Propulsion: 1 x Screw
Construction: Steel
Reg Number: n/a
History:
1905 G Connor, La Rochelle
19XX O Dahl, La Rochelle
191X Government of France - French Navy
15/05/1915 Government of Italy - Regia Marina; renamed NEMBO
09/09/1924 Renamed CAMOGLI
1948 Municipality of Patmos, Greece
1950 M Tzonis, Piraeus; renamed NINA
11/1953 NE Anatonlikis Mesogeiou & Co, Piraeus
07/1955 Renamed CHRYSANTI
1963 P & I Fillipakos, Piraeus
06/1968 Renamed MARIA K
03/1970 E & G Karpovic, Piraeus
03/1970 Unknown non-Greek owner
No later history known
Comments: 191X: Requisitioned by the French Navy
01/07/1915: In service as a tugboat
Armed with 1 x 76mm & 1 x 40mm guns. 19 x crew.
08/1919: Employed as minesweeper
1927: Served as a transport
08/09/1943: In service at Lero
10/10/1943: Sunk in a German air raid at Patmos
1948: Salvaged & converted to a cargo vessel
1951: Re-engined with a Harland & Wolf engine, made in 1941
Still listed in LR 1976 but not LR 1979


Above 2 photos as ANTIOCHE copyright of Lancashire County Council

Above 3 photos as CAMOGLI courtesy of Nereo Castelli & Mario Cicogna