Valdivia


The VALDIVIA was a French passenger ship, built 1911 by Chantiers & Ateliers de Provence, Port de Bouc for Societe Generale de Transports Maritimes a Vapeur, Marseilles.

She was 7,137 gross tons, length 463ft x beam 54.4ft, two funnels, two masts, twin screw, speed 15½ knots and used on their South America service to Buenos Aires.

In 1915 she was lent to the British Admiralty for use as a hospital ship, managed by Union-Castle Mail S.S. Co. 1919 returned to owners and 1933 scrapped at Savona.

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Vessel

Built

Service

Tonnage

Valdivia

1911

1918 - 1920 Managed by Union-Castle

7137

Official Number

Ship Builder

Engine Builder

Engine Type

HP

Screws

136743

Chantiers et Ateliers

Port de Bouc

Chantiers et Ateliers

Port de Bouc

2 x Steam 3 Cyl

7500 IHP

2

Master

From

To

W McWhinnie

1/1915

1/1916

D Graham

7/1918

8/1919

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