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The Fleets

Compagnie Havraise Peninsulaire de Navigation a Vapeur / Nouvelle PosterCompagnie Havraise Peninsulaire

The company originated in 1865 as Armement Eugene Grosos, Havre and in 1882 Compagnie Havraise Peninsulaire de Navigation a Vapeur was founded. Cargo and passenger services were operated to Spain, Portugal, Algeria and Mediterranean ports. By 1882 services had extended to Red Sea, Madagascan Persian Gulf and Far East ports.

In 1920 the company was reformed as Nouvelle Compagnie Havraise Peninsulaire. The company was purchased by Delmas-Vieljeux in 1986.

Many thanks to Ted Finch for his assistance in collecting this data. The following list was extracted from various sources. This is not an all inclusive list but should only be used as a guide. If you would like to know more about a vessel, visit the Ship Descriptions (onsite) or Immigrant Ship web site.

Funnel:
Black with broad red band.

Fleet:

Funnel
Vessel Built Years in Service Tons
Antilope 1865 1876 sold to Armement Quesnel, Havre renamed Rio-Apa. 265
Bourbonnais 1914 built as Saint Kentigern for MacKay & Co., Glasgow, 1916 sold to Bay SS Co., London renamed Baytigern, 1921 sold to Cie Maritime des Transports Coloniaux, Marseille renamed Bourbonnais, 1934 purchased by Havraise Peninsulaire, 1941 MOWT, London renamed Bourbonnais II, 1946 returned to owners renamed Bourbonnais, 1952 scrapped. 4,411
Bouvet 1903 built as Clarence for F. le Boulanger, Swansea, 1911 sold Italy renamed Salona, 1916 seized by Allies, renamed Bouvet, 12th Sep.1917 sunk in collision with s/s Orenoque off Bizerta. 1,155
Calonne 1916 ex- Argonne, 1922 purchased from States Marine & Commercial Co., New York renamed Calonne, 1934 sold Italy renamed Wally, 1935 scrapped. 5,870
Catinat 1913 built as Menes for Kosmos Line, Hamburg, 1919 ceded to French Government, 1921 purchased renamed Catinat, 1922 transferred too Soc.Generale d'Armement, Nantes, 1927 wrecked at Tamatave. 7,057
Cerons 1967 ex- Aeolus II, 1968 purchased from Aeolus Shipping Co., Liberia renamed Cerons, 1971 sold Greece renamed Zenon, 1974 sold Liberia renamed Galileo, 1984 scrapped. 9,855
Chateau-Lafite 1958 built as Linda Scarlett for J. Jensen, Copenhagen, 1961 sold to Worms & Cie renamed Chateau-Lafite, 1964 purchased 1968 sold to Soc.Mauricienne de Nav. renamed Ville de Port-Louis, 1979 sold Tripoli renamed Imad S, 1988 scrapped. 3,444
Colbert (1) 1908 30th Apr.1917 torpedoed and sunk by UC.37 off Cape Rose with troops. 5,394
Colbert (2) 1904 ex- Australind, 1928 purchased from Trinder, Anderson & Co., London renamed Colbert, 1933 sold to Soc.Anon Baltique-Ocean-Mediteranee, Havre renamed Scandinavie, 1934 scrapped. 4,251
Colmar 1942 built as William T. Sherman for U.S. War Shipping Admin, 1947 sold to French Government renamed Colmar, 1950 managed by Havraise Peninsulaire, 1960 management transferred to Delmas-Vieljeux, Marseille, 1971 scrapped. 7,176
Colonel Vieljeux   see Ville de Diego-Suarez (2).  
Conde 1915 1944 sunk by Germans at Nice, 1945 refloated and scrapped. 7,200
Constantin 1870 1875 purchased from Cie. Franco-Russe, 1882 transferred to Havraise Peninsulaire, 1909 sold Algeria, 1910 sunk in collision with s/s Aurore. 528
Diego Suarez (1) 1900 1912 sold Italy renamed Caterina Accame, 1932 scrapped. 3,883
Diego-Suarez (2) 1958 built as Fanny Scarlett for J. Jensen, Copenhagen, 1960 sold to Worms & Cie renamed Chateau Margaux, 1969 purchased renamed Diego-Suarez, 1971 sold to Cie Malgache de Nav., 1987 scrapped. 2,375
Djibouti 1901 28th Jan.1918 torpedoed and sunk by U.34 off Cape Bengut, North Africa. 4,305
Emma 1872 1875 purchased from C. Wachter, Havre, 1882 transferred to Havraise Peninsulaire, 1888 sold to J. Laing, Sunderland, 1888 wrecked Finisterre. 776
Eugene Grosos 1909 1935 scrapped. 4,836
Gazelle 1865 1876 sold. 283
Havraise 1903 1932 scrapped. 4,646
Hibiscus 1979 built as Soldrott for Norway, 1982 sold Soc. Navale Caennaise renamed Galatee, 1990 purchased renamed Hibiscus, 1995 sold renamed Louis, 2008 scrapped. 9,291
Hypolite Worms 1967 1973 renamed Ile de la Reunion (4), 1983 renamed La Reunion, 1984 scrapped. 18,667
Ile de la Reunion (1) 1897 1902 sold to Laing, Sunderland renamed Swaledale, 1911 sold to Furness, Netherlands renamed Rijsbergen, 1920 sold renamed Rijnsburg, 1923 scrapped. 3,885
Ile de la Reunion (2) 1907 1931 scrapped. 4,842
Ile de la Reunion (3) 1950 1972 sold Panama renamed Astree, 1974 sold Greece, 1976 sold Sharjah renamed Gulf Majesty, 1979 sold Panama renamed Guru Angadh, 1980 scrapped. 6,589
Ile de la Reunion (4) 1967 see Hypolite Worms.  
Ile de la Reunion (5) 1977 ex- Degas, 1983 purchased from Cie Generale Maritime renamed Ile de la Reunion, 1993 renamed Bandama, 1994 renamed Ile de la Reunion, 1997 sold renamed Global Prosperity. 13,928
Ile Maurice (1) 1951 1971 sold Panama renamed Altair, 1973 sold Cyprus renamed Papafotis, 1979 scrapped. 8,825
Ile Maurice (2) 1977 ex- Cezanne, 1983 purchased from Cie Generale Maritime renamed Ile Maurice, 1997 sold renamed Global Progress, 2002 deleted from registers. 13,928
Ile Sainte-Marie (1) 1944 built as Titan for Neptun Line, Bremen, 1945 ceded to Denmark as war reparations before completion, 1947 renamed Lyngaa, 1949 purchased renamed Ile Sainte-Marie, 1961 sold Greece renamed Fridiotis, 1968 renamed Cosmas II, 1970 renamed Tropeoforos, 1971 scrapped after sinking at Naples. 1,495
Ile Sainte-Marie (2) 1955 ex- Chateau Latour, 1961 purchased from Worms & Cie renamed Ile Sainte-Marie, 1975 sold Greece renamed Agia Markella, 1978 sold Cyprus renamed Megalochari I, 1980 renamed Elpiniki K, 1982 scuttled off Lebanon in act of barratry. 1,487
Ivolina 1965 1973 sold Liberia renamed Inanna, 1978 sold Greece renamed Couronne, 1978 sold Singapore renamed Mandowi, 1980 sold Greece renamed Aegean Island, 1981 sold Panama renamed Meridian Paa, 1982 renamed Aquila, 1992 scrapped. 4,544
Ivondro 1968 1974 sold to S.G.T.M., Marseilles renamed Orque, 1990 sold Bahamas renamed Polly Pride, 1991 sold to Horn Line renamed Hornsea, 1993 sold renamed UB Pride, 1998 renamed Pride I, 1999 scrapped. 8,581
Kamal 1922 built as Emma Biesterfeld for W. Biesterfeld, Hamburg, 1924 renamed Sibille Naval, 1927 renamed Atlanta, 1931 sold France, 1958 purchased from Cie. Meridionale de Nav., Marseille renamed Kamal, 1959 sold Iran, 1972 scrapped. 483
Kartala 1954 ex- Kelibia, 1962 purchased from Cie de Nav. Daher, Marseilles renamed Kartala, 1969 sold Madagascar, no further info. 1,452
Le Havre   see Ville du Havre (5).  
Les Comores 1952 1952 sold to Denmark renamed Lotte Skou, 1962 sold Germany renamed Stralsund, 1973 sold Greece renamed Synarmonia, 1980 scrapped. 5,938
Lionne 1865 1876 sold. 320
Madagascar (1) 1890 1909 wrecked off Algeciras, 1910 scrapped. 2,910
Madagascar (2)   see Ville d'Oran.  
Malgache (1) 1911 built as Cayo Romano for E. Bigland & Co., London, 1916 sold to Bay SS Co., London renamed Baymano, 1921 French Government renamed Port de Cherbourg, purchased renamed Malgache, 1937 sold to Soc.Anon. de Gerance et d'Armement, Dunkirk renamed Rouennais, 1943 mined and sunk off Morocco. 3,675
Malgache (2) 1939 1940 seized by Germans, 1945 recovered by owners, 1963 sold Liberia renamed Egee, 1966 sold Greece renamed John Lybe II, 1966 renamed Bright Star, 1967 caught fire and sank. 6,300
Nathalie 1858 1875 purchased from C. Wachter, Havre, 1882 transferred to Havraise Peninsulaire, 1883 scrapped. 632
Nossi-Be 1952 1972 sold Liberia renamed Pegase, 1973 sold Panama, 1975 scrapped. 8,826
Obock 1884 1889 purchased from Poingdestre & Mesnier, Le Havre, 1894 sunk in collision with s/s Willelma. 2,440
Perou 1890 1895 purchased from Cie Maritime du Pacifique, Havre, 1899 sold Spain renamed Ida, 1920 renamed Navarra, 1932 scrapped. 3,165
Plouharnel 1943 built as Robert Jordan for U.S. War Shipping Admin, 1947 sold to French Government, managed by French Line, 1949 management transferred to Chargeurs Reunis, 1952 management transferred to Havraise Peninsulaire, 1960 management to French Line, 1963 scrapped. 7,176
Saint-Rene 1931 ex- Muinam, 1940 requisitioned from East Asiatic Co., Copenhagen by French Government, renamed Saint-Rene, managed by Havraise Peninsulaire, 1941 seized by Germans renamed San Marco, 1941 bombed and sunk off Syracuse by British aircraft. 3,113
Tafna 1880 1893 purchased from Cie Maritime du Pacifique, Havre, 1899 sold Greece renamed Acropolis, 1907 scrapped after grounding damage. 1,617
Tofevo 1952 1959 purchased from Cie de Transports Oceaniques, Havre , 1962 sold Liberia renamed Alberta, 1972 sold Greece renamed Elissavet K, 1974 scrapped. 4,332
Ville d'Alger (1) 1880 1882 transferred to Havraise Peninsulaire, 1911 sold to Prosper Durand, Algiers, 1911 went missing on voyage Cardiff - Oran. 1,699
Ville d'Alger (2) 1912 1920 abandoned on fire off Reunion. 4,857
Ville d'Amiens 1924 1928 sold to Messageries Maritimes, Havre, 1953 scrapped. 7,068
Ville d'Anvers (1) 1874 ex- Cathcart, 1875 purchased from Bickell & Co., Liverpool renamed Ville d'Anvers, 1882 transferred to Havraise Peninsulaire, 1900 sold to Channel Dry Docks Co., Cork renamed Cathcart, 1902 sold to Soc. d'Armement Gantoise, Ghent renamed Ganda, 1904 wrecked. 489
Ville d'Anvers (2) 1964 1976 sold Liberia renamed Ariadni, 1982 sold Greece renamed Semeli, 1984 scrapped. 10,086
Ville d'Anvers (3) 1977 1987 sold renamed Antsiranana, 1988 sold renamed Red Sea Envoy, 1989 sold Delmas renamed Apapa, 1991 renamed Ville d'Anvers, 1991 renamed Limari, 1999 renamed Rubens, 2006 scrapped. 16,893
Ville d'Arras 1918 1919 purchased from The Shipping Controller, London, 1936 scrapped. 4,576
Ville de Belfort 1888 1900 sold Italy renamed Balilla, 1905 renamed Citta di Reggio, 1906 sold to Sun SS Co., London renamed Maritta, 1909 scrapped. 2,733
Ville de Bordeaux (1) 1911 18th Jan.1918 torpedoed and sunk by U.63 off Cape Caccia. 4,857
Ville de Bordeaux (2) 1964 1977 sold to China Ocean Shipping Co renamed Tu Men Jiang, 1989 renamed Hang Shing, 1992 scrapped. 9,125
Ville de Bordeaux (3) 1977 1978 sold to Seatrain Congulf, New York renamed Seatrain West Point, 1979 repurchased renamed Ville de Bordeaux, 1981 renamed Hapag Lloyd Kiel, 1982 renamed Ville de Bordeaux, 1989 renamed Red Sea Entente, 1990 renamed Ville de Bordeaux, 1991 sold Chile renamed Lontue, 1999 renamed Vermeer, 2002 renamed Portinari. 16,893
Ville de Brest (1) 1862 1872 purchased, 1882 transferred to Havraise Peninsulaire, 1890 sold to A. Gravier, Rouen renamed Yldiz. 1,017
Ville de Brest (2) 1962 1977 sold Greece renamed Aliakmon Light, 1981 renamed Marika, 1984 scrapped. 9,847
Ville de Brest (3) 1977 1983 renamed Anjou, 1989 sold Greece renamed Comet, 1989 renamed Lanka Ruwan, 1990 renamed Comet, 1997 scrapped after fire off Crete. 16,505
Ville de Cadix (1) 1872 1875 sunk in collision with s/s Disdem. 892
Ville de Cadix (2) 1883 1893 went missing on voyage Algiers - Le Havre. 1,643
Ville de Diego-Suarez (1) 1944 built as Empire Moulmein for MOWT, 1945 sold to French Government renamed Colonel Vieljeux (managed by Havraise Peninsulaire), 1948 purchased renamed Ville de Diego-Suarez, 1962 sold Monaco renamed Vimy, 1962 sold Turkey renamed Demirhan, 1966 renamed Manizade, 1976 scrapped. 7,047
Ville de Diego-Suarez (2) 1956 ex- Pietro Canale, 1962 purchased from Italy renamed Ville de Diego-Suarez, 1965 sold Panama renamed Sonia, 1968 sold Vietnam renamed Viet Nam Thuong Tin I, 1975 renamed Vung Tau, 1986 scrapped. 6,505
Ville de Djibouti (1) 1914 built as Verdun for Gow, Harrison & Co., Glasgow, 1916 sold to Bay SS Co., London renamed Bayverdun, 1921 sold to French Government renamed Port du Havre, 1922 purchased renamed Ville de Djibouti, 1928 wrecked Madagascar. 4,295
Ville de Djibouti (2) 1955 1965 sold to French Line (C.G.T) renamed Guyane, 1976 sold Greece renamed Profitis Elias, 1978 renamed Ireon, 1980 scrapped. 7,062
Ville de Djibouti (3) 1962 ex- Saint-Francois, 1970 purchased from S.G.T.M., Marseilles renamed Ville de Djibouti, 1972 sold Cyprus renamed Kimon, 1973 sold Mauritius renamed Ville de Mahebourg, 1984 sold renamed Betsiboka, 1987 scrapped. 6,420
Ville de Dunkerque (1) 1957 1976 sold China renamed Dan Jiang, 1986 scrapped. 8,259
Ville de Dunkerque (2) 1977 1979 chartered out renamed Foss Dunkerque, 1981 renamed Ville de Dunkerque, 1986 chartered renamed G & C Express, 1988 sold Bahamas renamed Railro, 1989 sold Norway renamed Dana Hafnia, 1990 sold Maersk Line renamed Maersk Essex. 8,670
Ville de Fort-Dauphin 1954 ex- Commerz, 1954 purchased from Germany renamed Ville de Fort Dauphin, 1970 sold Mauritius renamed Ville de Curepipe, 1973 sold Panama renamed Lutria, 1976 sold Cyprus renamed Dominion Unity, 1981 scrapped. 1,970
Ville de Genes 1972 1987 sold Madagascar renamed Tafita, 1988 sold Bahamas renamed Tamarin, 1995 renamed Tamarin I, 1996 renamed Mastrorafalias, 1996 scrapped. 10,661
Ville de Hambourg 1970 1979 sold Philippines renamed Mayon, 1988 renamed Puerto Princesa, 1988 scrapped. 10,661
Ville de Lisbonne 1881 1882 transferred to Havraise Peninsulaire, 1883 sank off Cap La Hague on voyage Saigon - Rouen. 1,292
Ville de Lyon 1965 1977 sold China renamed Hei Long Jiang, 1988 sold Panama renamed Hang Tone, 1992 scrapped. 9,103
Ville de Majunga (1) 1901 1928 wrecked near Mahanoro. 3,657
Ville de Majunga (2) 1931 1941 captured by HMS Cornwall, operated for MOWT by Union-Castle Mail SS Co., 1945 returned to owners, 1957 sold to Wallem & Co., Hong Kong renamed Cathay, 1959 scrapped. 4,972
Ville de Majunga (3) 1958 1976 sold China renamed Song Jiang, 1983 scrapped. 8,169
Ville de Malaga (1) 1872 1882 transferred to Havraise Peninsulaire, 1885 capsized and sank off Cape Noli. 1,085
Ville de Malaga (2) 1882 1896 sold to E. Hulin, Rouen, 1897 wrecked Alderney. 1,464
Ville de Manakara (1) 1930 ex- Chateau Pavie, 1951 purchased from Worms & Cie, Havre renamed Ville de Manakara, 1958 sold to Panama renamed Vesna, 1962 sold Lebanon renamed Acropole, 1962 scrapped. 2,047
Ville de Manakara (2) 1950 ex- Pierre Eugene de Caplane, 1959 purchased from Cie Commerciale de l'Afrique Equatoriale Francaise renamed Ville de Manakara, 1963 sold to Soc. Malgache de Transports Maritimes, Tamatave renamed Gasikara, 1971 sold Greece, 1976 renamed Rena, 1979 scrapped. 6,057
Ville de Manakara (3) 1961 ex- Ulla Danielsen, 1964 purchased from Ole Danielsen, Copenhagen renamed Ville de Manakara, 1969 sold to Cie Malgache de Nav., 1999 still in service. 1,400
Ville de Marseille (1) 1872 1875 no further info. 1,072
Ville de Marseille (2) 1911 1935 scrapped. 4,789
Ville de Marseille (3) 1974 1987 sold Bahamas renamed Mars, 1987 sold Cyprus renamed Amer-Shanti, 1996 renamed CSAV Tubul, 1997 renamed Amer-Shanti, 1998 scrapped. 12,609
Ville de Marseille (4) 1982 ex- Suzanne Delmas, 1987 transferred from Delmas Vieljeux renamed Ville de Marseille, 1990 renamed Suzanne Delmas, 1997 renamed Marfret Caraibes, 1998 renamed Suzanne, 1999 renamed Suzane Delmas, 2003 renamed Mol Horizon, 2007 renamed Delmas Kissama, 2010 renamed KISS, 2010 scrapped. 20,424
Ville de Messine 1870 ex- Ariadne, 1881 purchased from W. Ruys & Sons, Rotterdam renamed Ville de Messine, 1882 transferred to Havraise Peninsulaire, 1904 sold Italy renamed Spes, 1913 renamed Angelina, 1918 torpedoed and sunk off Tripoli by UB.68. 1,003
Ville de Metz (1) 1882 1886 wrecked near Sarco Punta, near Coquimbo. 2,310
Ville de Metz (2) 1887 1905 sold Russia renamed Otto Berg, 1913 to Japan renamed Daihoku Maru, 1917 renamed Yeifuku Maru, 1922 scrapped. 3,297
Ville de Metz (3) 1920 1940 seized by Germans renamed Othmarschen, 1943 torpedoed and sunk by Soviet submarine L-20 in Varangerfjord, Norway. 7,007
Ville de Metz (4) 1966 1972 sold Denmark renamed Heering Mille, 1977 sold Panama renamed Irene S.. Lemos, 1987 scrapped. 25,186
Ville de Morondava 1952 built as Jutta Schroder for Reederei Schroder, Hamburg, 1959 sold to Worms & Cie renamed Chateau-Yquem, 1967 purchased renamed Ville de Morondava, 1973 sold Singapore renamed Golden Wonder, 1984 sold Panama renamed Izabella, 1984 renamed Bulimba, 1984 scrapped. 1,488
Ville de Mostaganem 1890 built as Highland Chief for Nelson Line, Liverpool, 1912 sold to M. Jebsen, Hamburg renamed Alexander, 1913 purchased renamed Ville de Mostaganem, 1915 sold to French Line, 1915 sunk by U.39. 2,648
Ville de Nantes (1) 1959 1972 sold Cyprus renamed Kition, 1974 sold renamed Athens Sky, 1979 on fire and sank. 7,130
Ville de Nantes (2) 1974 1987 sold Cyprus renamed Amer Shakti, 1995 renamed CSAV Tolten, 1996 scrapped. 12,609
Ville de Palerme 1883 1886 wrecked Ushant. 1,625
Ville de Paris (1) 1890 1903 sold to Ellerman & Papayanni Line renamed Alexandria, 1914 scrapped. 3,534
Ville de Paris (2) 1903 1935 wrecked Madagascar. 5,020
Ville de Reims (1) 1918 1919 purchased from The Shipping Controller, London, 1940 seized by Germans renamed Harvestehude, 1945 returned to owners renamed Ville de Reims, 1951 sold Italy renamed Maja, 1954 scrapped. 4,683
Ville de Reims (2) 1968 1976 sold Liberia renamed Palawan, 1984 scrapped. 8,838
Ville de Reims (3) 1977 1983 renamed Artois, 1987 sold Greece renamed P. S. Palios, 1992 renamed Pallas, 1993 renamed Vast Jolity, 1996 renamed Noble Glory, 1998 renamed Global Power, 2003 scrapped. 16,505
Ville de Riposto 1884 1899 wrecked Madagascar. 1,447
Ville de Rotterdam 1970 1978 sold Philippines renamed Puerto Princesa, 1984 scrapped. 10,661
Ville de Rouen (1) 1919 1941 captured by HMS Dunedin off Brazil, operated for MOWT by Glen Line, 28th Dec. 1942 torpedoed and sunk by U.225 and U.662 in Atlantic. 5,083
Ville de Rouen (2) 1957 1976 sold China renamed Liu Jiang, 1985 scrapped. 8,259
Ville de Rouen (3) 1977 1984 sold renamed Armagnac,1986 sold Nigeria renamed Savanne, 1988 sold Bahamas renamed Acritas, 1996 renamed Phaethon, 1999 renamed Spirit of 66 II, 2000 scrapped. 16,893
Ville de Rouen (4) 1982 ex- Renee Delmas, 1987 transferred from Delmas Vieljeux renamed Ville de Rouen, 1991 renamed Nedlloyd Bordeaux, 1992 renamed Renee Delmas, 1995 renamed CGM Mascareignes, 1996 renamed Renee Delmas, 1999 renamed Kamina, 2009 renamed Kami, 2010 scrapped. 20,424
Ville de Sete 1971 1978 sold Liberia renamed Corregidor, 1980 sold Philippines renamed Nasipit Bay, 1986 renamed Saint-Gerasimos, 1991 scrapped. 9,160
Ville de Strasbourg (1) 1882 1898 sold to Cie des Bateaux a Vapeur du Nord, Dunkirk, 1917 torpedoed and sunk by UC.74. 2,221
Ville de Strasbourg (2) 1920 1927 sold to Messageries Maritimes, Dunkerque, 1941 MOWT managed by Union-Castle Mail SS Co., 1945 returned to owners, 1953 scrapped. 7,007
Ville de Strasbourg (3) 1957 ex- Marilu, 1960 purchased from Italy renamed Ville de Strasbourg, 1973 sold Cyprus renamed Kypris, 1975 sold Panama renamed Rose II, 1975 explosion, caught fire and sank on voyage Genoa - Durban. 8,935
Ville de Strasbourg (4) 1975 1987 sold to Soc.Malgache de Transports Maritimes renamed Gasikara, 1991 went missing in Indian Ocean. 12,609
Ville de Tamatave (1) 1899 1922 sold to E. J. Antoine, Le Havre, 1924 scrapped. 3,730
Ville de Tamatave (2) 1931 1941 captured by HMS Dunedin, operated for MOWT by Elder Dempster Lines, 1943 went missing with all hands (88) on voyage Cardiff to New York. 4,993
Ville de Tamatave (3) 1949 1970 sold Cuba renamed Ville, 1970 renamed Jose Antonio Echevarria,1976 scrapped. 7,154
Ville de Tananarive 1950 1968 sold Liberia renamed Plate Star, 1970 sold Hong Kong renamed Coral Islands, 1972 sold Somalia, 1976 sold Cuba renamed Coral, 1976 on fire at Havana and beached. 7,157
Ville de Tarragone 1882 1907 sunk in collision with s/s Suzanne et Marie at Havre. 1,546
Ville de Tulear (1) 1915 ex- Chateau Latour, 1951 purchased from Worms & Cie., Havre renamed Ville de Tulear, 1955 scrapped. 1,912
Ville de Tulear (2) 1958 1980 sold Singapore renamed Godfather, 1983 sold Malaysia renamed Million No.3, 2001 renamed Nikka, no later info. 1,955
Ville de Valence (1) 1882 1905 sold Italy renamed Amor, 1912 renamed Togo, 1918 mined and sunk. 1,339
Ville de Valence (2) 1972 1983 sold Liberia renamed Valence, 1984 sold HAPAG renamed Kiel, 1984 sold Mauritius renamed Flamboyant, 1995 sold renamed Fratzescos M, 1997 scrapped. 12,644
Ville de Verdun (1) 1917 6th Feb. 1918 torpedoed and sunk by U.34 off Cape Bougaroni. 4,576
Ville de Verdun (2) 1921 1927 sold to Messageries Maritimes, 1942 requisitioned by Japanese renamed Teison Maru, 14th Oct. 1942 torpedoed and sunk by USS Finback. 7,007
Ville d'Oran 1912 1944 renamed Madagascar for MOWT, London, 1945 returned to owners, 1950 scrapped. 4,857
Ville du Havre (1) 1862 1872 purchased, 1882 transferred to Havraise Peninsulaire, 1889 sunk in collision with s/s Barnesmore off Gibraltar. 513
Ville du Havre (2) 1889 1903 sold to Sir J. Laing & Sons, Sunderland renamed Lonsdale, 1909 sold to Harris & Dixon, London, 1913 sold Japan renamed Unkai Maru No.4, 1915 renamed Heishin Maru, 1924 wrecked. 3,165
Ville du Havre (3) 1904 6th Jan.1917 torpedoed and sunk by U.48 off Cape Vilano. 5,026
Ville du Havre (4) 1919 1942 torpedoed and sunk by USS Herring off Casablanca. 5,083
Ville du Havre (5) 1944 built as William M. Eastland for U.S. War Shipping Admin., 1945 chartered to French Government, 1947 renamed Le Havre, managed by Havraise Peninsulaire, 1948 renamed Ville du Havre, 1960 renamed Le Havre, managed by Cie Havraise de Nav. Corblet, 1964 sold Uruguay renamed Almar, 1967 sold Cyprus renamed Tegean, 1969 scrapped. 7,244
Ville du Havre (6) 1961 1977 sold Liberia renamed Aliakmon Leader, 1982 sold Panama renamed Apostolos K, 1983 exploded and sank near Mombasa. 9,847
Ville du Havre (7) 1978 1979 chartered out renamed Foss Havre, 1981 renamed Ville du Havre, 1987 sold Cayman Islands renamed Kamina, 1990 sold Maersk Line renamed Maersk Kent. 8,670

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