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Old 18-01-13, 12:51 AM
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Default Yana-E IMO 7028805

Heres a few of the Yana-E, a one time regular to the Humber with Russian timber.

1. Passing under the Humber Bridge in 2003.
2. High and dry at Barrow Haven wharf on the River Humber, 2004.
3. Also seen at Barrow Haven wharf under her previous name of Alvina-M in 2000/2001.
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Default Yama E. IMO 7028805

Hi Jordan, thank you very much for sharing

Her details and history according to Miramar:

IMO: 7028805
Year: 1969
Name: AUGUST KULBERG
Flag: RUS
Type: Cargo ship
Tons: 1350
DWT: 1886
Length overall: 77.9
LPP: 69.8
Beam: 11.5
Country of build: HUN
Builder: Angyalfold
Location of yard: Budapest
Yard No: 2159
Speed(kn): 12.5

Subsequent History:
91 PAKRI - 97 ALVINA M. - 01 YANA E.

End: 2006
Disposal Data:
BU Alang, beached 12.2.06

and as PAKRI: http://www.coasters-remembered.net/s...hlight=7028805
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Old 01-04-18, 12:49 AM
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You're most welcome Dierk.

She was one of my favourite regular visitors at the time. A ship and a class of ship full of character.
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