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Name: ETOLIA
Type: Cargo Ship
Launched: 11/04/1911
Completed: 05/1911
Builder: Tyne Iron Shipbuilding Company
Yard: Willington Quay
Yard Number: 178
Dimensions: 3733grt, 2371nrt, 348.5 x 50.1 x 23.4ft
Engines: T3cyl (24, 40 & 66 x 45ins), 307nhp
Engines by: J Dickinson & Sons, Sunderland
Propulsion: 1 x Screw
Construction: Steel
Reg Number: 131834
History:
05/1911 International SS Co Ltd (Christopher Marwood), Whitby
1914 Manager George Marwood
1917 Sutherland SS Co Ltd (AM Sutherland), Newcastle
1919 Renamed DUNROBIN
1920 Western Counties Shipping Co Ltd (E Edwards & Sons), Cardiff
1920 Renamed NETHERMEAD
1921 Eirene SS Co Ltd (GP Sechiari), London; renamed EIRENE-ARIADNE
1924 Sutton Shipping Co Ltd (EM Trattles), London; renamed LATCHMERE
1931 Craggs & Co, London
1931 Anglo-Hungarian Shipping Co Ltd (Giuseppe Barta), Budapest
1931 Renamed PUSTZA
17/04/1934 Wrecked
Comments: 17/04/1934: Wrecked on Block Island, RI on a voyage from Providence to
Norfolk and Key West in ballast.


Above photos as PUSTZA courtesy of Hungarian Museum of Technology and Transport