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The Fleets

Wilh. Wilhelmsen LinePoster

The company Wilh. Wilhelmsen was founded in Tønsberg in 1861 by Morten Wilhelm Wilhelmsen as a brokering and ship chandlering company and eventually became the largest Norwegian shipping company. In 1865 he entered shipowning when he purchased a share in the barque MATHILDE. The company's first steamship, the TALABOT was purchased in 1887.
In 1901 the company progressed into liner services and in 1911 in partnership with Fearnley & Eger, established the Norwegian Africa and Australia Line. At the same time, the two companies took over the Norway Mexico Gulf Line. By 1914 The Straits, China and Japan were added to the schedule and by this time the company was trading world wide. Although mainly a cargo company, many of their ships had accommodation for up to 12 passengers.
PosterIn 1913 the company acquired it's first oil tanker and by 1918 owned ten of these ships and had moved their operations to Oslo. In the inter war years, the liner trade was greatly expanded and the tankers and tramp ships gradually sold. In 1920 Wilhelmsen took over the sole management of the Norwegian Africa and Australia Line and the Norway Mexico Gulf Line.
In World War two, 26 of the company's ships were lost, but were rapidly replaced after the war. In 1969, Wilhelmsen, Fearnley & Eger and A. F. Klaveness jointly established Barber Lines. Later Wilhelmsens took over ownership and in 1975 established Barber Blue Sea Line jointly with Brostroms and Blue Funnel Line of Liverpool.
In the 1970s, the company diversified into the offshore oil industry but sold their interests in this activity in 1995. The same year, Wilhelmsen's acquired the Norway America Line. In 1999, The company formed a joint company with Wallenius of Sweden to operate both companies under the name of Wallenius Wilhelmsen Lines and still trades today.

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.

Routes: - worldwide

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Fleet:

    Sailing Ships  
Vessel Built Years in Service Tons
Aksel 1854 ship, 1866 purchased, 1872 wrecked Sjaelland, Denmark. IDA 1864 298 ton brig, 1869 purchased from W. B. Wallo, Tonsberg, 1879 sold to H. O. Hansen, Skien. 502
Alabama 1821 ship, 1886 purchased from O. E. Haraldsen, Tonsberg, 1888 sold to C. C. Sorensen, Tonsberg. 285
Amerika 1860 barque, ex- Admiral Brammy, 1882 purchased renamed Amerika, 1890 sold to H. Mathisen, Fredrikstad. 459
Bernadotte 1873 ship, ex- Breadalbane, 1885 purchased from Gillison & Chadwick, Liverpool renamed Bernadotte, 1898 sold to A. T. Rosasco, Italy. 1,452
Caledonia 1850 brig, 1886 purchased from N. H. Munthe Kaas, Tonsberg, 1886 sold to H. C. Eriksen, Frederikstad. 318
Chapman 1856 ship, 1887 purchased from A. C. Jacobsen, Tonsberg, 1891 sold to Henrik Svendsen, Drobak. 441
Chipman 1877 barque, 1890 purchased from J. R. de Wolfe, St. Andrews, N.B., 1899 struck by lightning and set on fire at Pensacola, Fla, scuttled and later condemned. 1,124
Christina 1848 barque, 1877 purchased from S. Harris, Tonsberg, 1877 sold to I. H. Christiansen, Tonsberg. 358
Cosmo 1877 ship, 1889 purchased from J. G. Ross, Quebec, 1898 sold to C. Andresen, Christiania. 1,249
Enterprise 1875 barque, 1887 purchased from Arvon Shipping Co., Caernarvon, Wales, 1902 sold to B. Mortensen, Arendal. 1,515
Fin 1848 barque, ex- British Empire, 1873 purchased from J. Hore, Exeter renamed Fin, 1887 condemned at St. John NB due to ice damage. 491
Foldin (1) 1878 brig, 1886 wrecked Coatzalcoalcos, Mexico. 279
Foldin (2) 1873 ship, ex- Lillian M. Vigus, 1889 purchased from G. W. Troop, Halifax, N.S. renamed Foldin, 1892 wrecked Braganca, Brazil. 872
Haabet 1851 ship, 1874 purchased from A. Tollefsen, Tonsberg, 1891 sold to C. N. Nielsen, Brevik. 431
Haabets Anker 1847 barque, 1886 purchased from D. Hesby, Tonsberg, 1887 converted to barge. 304
Helios 1879 schooner, 1890 sold to P. A. Gron, Sandefjord. 282
Hermes 1877 brig, 1886 sold to A. Olsen, Drobak. 259
Jarlsberg 1870 ship, ex- Algonquin, 1883 purchased from I. S. Lawson, St. John, NB renamed Jarlsberg, 1898 sold to Joh. Wallenstein, Germany renamed Elbe. 1,265
Lindsay 1863 ship, 1889 purchased from A. B. Bull, Tonsberg, 1895 abandoned in North Atlantic and sank. 580
Mathilde 1840 barque, 1865 purchased, 1880 sold to Brodrene Thorkildsen, Tvedestrand. 337
Nora 1869 barque, 1876 purchased, 1878 wrecked Lemon Sand. 567
Nystad 1865 barque, 1885 purchased from L. O. Roed, Hvitsten, 1891 went ashore at Metis and condemned. 473
Snefrid 1853 barque, 1874 purchased from O. Eliassen, Drammen, 1875 wrecked Dominican Republic. 550
T. H. Aschehoug 1868 barque, 1880 purchased, 1881 wrecked. 745
Templar (1) 1871 barque, 1882 purchased from Abel C. Robbins, Yarmouth, N.S., 1887 beached Gibraltar after stranding and condemned. 778
Thetis 1847 brig, 1876 purchased from M. Sundene, Tonsberg, 1882 sold to Chr. Christoffersen, Notteroy. 197
Treport 1862 brig, 1886 purchased from M. E. & O. E. Haraldsen, Tonsberg, 1888 sold to N. Christensen Solberg, Horten. 312
Zippora 1863 brig, 1881 purchased from W. Helgesen, Tonsberg, 1890 sold to C. N. Christensen, Tonsberg. 267
    Steamships and Motor Ships  
Vessel Built Years in Service Tons
Alderney 1899 ex- Drumbain, 1899 purchased from W. Christie & Co., London renamed Alderney, 1920 sold to D/S Atlanterhavet, Denmark renamed Hvidehavet. 3,090
Als Confidence   see Thermopylae (3)  
America (1) 1914 1915 taken over with Norway Mexico Gulf Line, 1915 torpedoed and sunk in North Sea by German submarine. 3,707
America (2) 1921 1936 sold to S. S. Aaby, Oslo renamed Tento. 4,917
Artemis 1910 1915 purchased from C. Michelsen & Co., Bergen, 1915 renamed Yarra, 1927 beached and abandoned in Solomon Islands after fire damage. 1928 refloated and scrapped. 5,076
Atna 1911 first Wilhelmsen ship with passenger accommodation, 1925 sold to Schulte & Bruns, Germany renamed Godfried Bueren. 4,682
Barber Taif 1979 1986 sold to U.S. Department of Transportation renamed Cape Hudson. 21,976
Barber Talisman   see Talisman (5)  
Barber Tampa 1984 1989 renamed Tampa, 1994 still in service. 28,287
Barber Tennessee   see Tennessee (4)  
Barber Terrier   see Terrier (4)  
Barber Texas 1984 1989 renamed Texas, 1994 still in service. 28,287
Barber Thermopylae   see Thermopylae (3)  
Barber Toba 1979 later renamed Toba, 1994 still in service. 22,008
Barber Tonsberg 1979 1986 sold to U.S. Department of Transportation renamed Cape Horn. 22,070
Barber Tsu   see Tsu.  
Belridge 1914 tanker, 1935 sold to M. Konow & Co., Oslo renamed Apache (1), 1936 sold to Greece renamed Petrakis Nomikos. 7,020
Bessa 1917 1936 sold to T. Holta, Porsgrunn, 1937 renamed Binna. 7,815
Big Orange XVIII 1984 1994 still in service. 3,719
Bonna 1911 ex- Hans B, 1915 purchased from G. E. Stoesen, Bergen renamed Bonna, 1922 sold to Greece renamed Agios Georgios. 4,255
Castalia Azzurra   see Tender Bounty.  
Castalia Verde   see Tender Bay.  
Coringa 1866 ex- Bangalore (P & O Line), 1891 purchased from Macbeth & Gray, Glasgow renamed Coringa, 1905 sank near Azores. 2,120
Coromandel 1870 ex- Empress of India, 1893 purchased from Macbeth & Gray, Glasgow renamed Coromandel, 1895 wrecked Las Palmas. 2,184
Cubano (1) 1912 ex- Strathmore, 1915 purchased from Burrell & Son, Glasgow renamed Cubano, 1915 shelled and sunk by German submarine off Hebrides. 4,337
Cubano (2) 1921 1940 torpedoed and sunk off Iceland by German submarine. 5,810
Cuzco 1899 1910 purchased from New York & Pacific SS Co., London, 1917 stranded on coast of Chile and became total loss, later salvaged and sold to Italy. 4,302
Delaware 1920 1928 went aground near Orskar, afterpart refloated and towed to Kiel wher new forepart fitted to give 5453 gross tons, 1929 sold to North German Lloyd renamed Tubingen. 4,501
Docefjord 1986 tanker, 1994 still in service. 159,534
Dunmore 1884 ex- Baltimore, 1899 purchased from W. Johnston & Co., Liverpool renamed Dunmore, 1900 sold to Macbeth & Gray, Glasgow renamed Baltimore, then reverted to Dunmore. 3,730
Dunnet 1873 ex- Hankow, 1898 purchased from Aberdeen Atlantic Shipping Co., Aberdeen renamed Dunnet, 1899 went missing, presumed sank in Bay of Biscay. 3,594
Dunrae 1882 ex- Alesia, 1899 purchased from Fabre Line renamed Dunrae, 1899 sank off Elba. 2,740
Elsa 1904 1906 purchased from A. C. Mohr & Co., Bergen, 1918 torpedoed and sunk off Dartmouth by German submarine. 3,581
Enrique 1878 1894 purchased from Cia de Navegacion La Flecha, Spain, 1898 sold to Merli & Lugaro, Italy renamed Righi. 2,298
Essi Anne 1971 1990 purchased from Ruud-Pedersen, Oslo, 1992 sold to Panama renamed Ionian Master. 15,920
Essi Flora 1959 tanker, 1990 purchased from Ruud-Pedersen, Oslo, 1994 still in service. 11,977
Essi Gina 1979 tanker, 1990 purchased from Ruud-Pedersen, Oslo, 1994 still in service. 11,721
Essi Silje 1968 tanker, 1990 purchased from Ruud-Pedersen, Oslo, 1992 sold to Panama renamed Aegean Mariner. 11,023
Guernsey (1) 1891 1897 sold to D/S Ostersoen, Denmark renamed Cimbria. 2,848
Guernsey (2) 1898 1922 sold to Emil Retzlaff, Germany renamed Walsung. 4,375
Heimdal 1889 ex- Egremont Castle, 1907 purchased from Macbeth & Co., Glasgow renamed Heimdal, 1910 wrecked Sable Island, N.S. 2,998
Hercules 1902 1917 purchased from L. Kloster, Stavanger, 1921 sold to Bruusgaard & Kjosterud, Drammen. 3,789
Herm 1905 1920 sold to A/S D/S Atlanterhavet, Denmark renamed Sydhavet. 3,902
Hoegh Cape   see Tsu.  
Hoegh Carrier   see Terrier (4)  
Jethou 1905 1934 scrapped. 4,284
La Habra 1914 1936 sold to M. Konow & Co., Oslo renamed Apache (2). 7,021
Losna 1904 ex- Admiral Borresen, 1912 purchased from V. Torkildsen, Bergen renamed Losna, 1921 wrecked South Africa. 4,187
Louisiana 1921 1928 sold to Ozean Dampfer, Germany renamed Nord-Friesland. 4,498
Madrono 1917 tanker, requisitioned by the Shipping Controller, London, managed by H. E. Moss & Co., Liverpool, 1919 returned to Wilhelmsen, 1929 sold to Hans Borge, Tonsberg. 5,894
Mantilla 1916 tanker, requisitioned by the Shipping Controller, London, managed by H. E. Moss & Co., Liverpool, 1920 returned to Wilhelmsen, 1939 sold to J. T. Essberger, Germany renamed Nordmeer. 5,671
Maricopa 1914 tanker, 1929 sold to Falkland Shipowners Ltd, London renamed Anglo Norse and converted to whale factory ship. 6,960
Mendocino 1917 requisitioned by the Shipping Controller, London, managed by H. E. Moss & Co., Liverpool, 1919 returned to Wilhelmsen, 1935 sold to Lundegaard & Sonner, Farsund. 7,032
Mesna 1917 requisitioned by the Shipping Controller, London, managed by Furness Withy, renamed Abercorn, 1920 returned to Wilhelmsen reverted to Mesna, 1924 wrecked Tonga. 5,424
Mexicano 1911 1914 taken over with Norway Mexico Gulf Line, 1934 sold to Sweden renamed Ruth. 3,694
Michigan 1881 1893 purchased from Beyts, Craig & Co., London, 1900 sold to L. Luckenbach, USA renamed Harry Luckenbach. 2,833
Mirita 1916 requisitioned by the Shipping Controller, London, managed by H. E. Moss & Co., Liverpool, 1919 returned to Wilhelmsen, 1934 sold to Glenfield Syndicate, London renamed Glenfield. 5,845
Mirlo (1) 1917 tanker, requisitioned by the Shipping Controller, London, managed by H. E. Moss & Co., Liverpool, 1918 torpedoed and sunk off Cape Hatteras. 6,978
Mirlo (2) 1922 tanker, 1942 torpedoed and sunk off Freetown while serving as Royal Fleet Auxiliary. 7,455
Montana 1918 .tanker, requisitioned by the Shipping Controller, London, managed by H. E. Moss & Co., Liverpool, 1920 returned to Wilhelmsen, 1937 sold to Th. Brovig, Farsund renamed Ketty Brovig. 7.031
Norman Isles 1896 1909 sold to W. Ruys, Holland, 1910 renamed Walcheren. 3,455
Noruega 1908 1914 taken over with Norway Mexico Gulf Line, 1924 sold to Schiaffino, France renamed Schiaffino. 3,459
Nosac Forest   see Troll Forest (2).  
Nosac Tai Shan 1986 1994 still in service. 48,676
Nosac Takara 1986 1994 still in service. 48,547
Nosac Takayama   see Takayama.  
Nosac Tanabata 1994 1994 still in service. 49,500
Nosac Tancred 1987 1988 sold to Liberia renamed Nosac Sea. 48,676
Nosac Tasco 1985 1988 sold to K/S Fernboat, Oslo. 48,393
Ohio 1917 requisitioned by the Shipping Controller, London, managed by Furness Withy & Co., renamed Ortona, 1917 torpedoed and sunk off Fastnet. 5,524
Rena 1911 1934 scrapped.
4,686
Rinda (1) 1916 requisitioned by the Shipping Controller, London, managed by Furness Withy & Co., 1917 wrecked in Thames Estuary. 5,509
Rinda (2)   see Sjoa.  
Rosa Tucano 1985 1989 sold to Rosa Tucano A/S, Oslo. 32,951
Salerno 1884 ex- Wilson Line, 1901 purchased from Macbeth & Gray, Glasgow, 1905 wrecked off Halifax, N.S. 2,672
San Joaquin 1913 tanker, 1929 sold to N. Bugge, Tonsberg renamed Melville. 6,987
Sark 1903 1923 sold to Emder Dampfer Kompagnie Nubel & Fritzen, Germany renamed Radbod. 3,560
Simla 1917 requisitioned by the Shipping Controller, London, managed by Furness Withy, renamed Glastonbury, 1920 returned to Wilhelmsen, reverted to Simla, 1940 torpedoed and sunk off Bloody Foreland, Ireland. 6,031
Sjoa 1917 requisitioned by the Shipping Controller, London, managed by Furness Withy & Co., renamed Appleby, 1920 returned to Wilhelmsen renamed Rinda (2), 1941 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine off Liberia. 6,029
St. Andrews (1) 1891 1905 sold to W. Kunstmann, Germany renamed Nipponia. 3,065
St. Andrews (2) 1905 1920 sold to A/S D/S Atlanterhavet, Denmark renamed Sortehavet. 2,984
Stein 1904 1921 purchased from Fearnley & Wilhelmsen, Oslo, 1923 sold to K. Jacobsen, Denmark renamed Ebba. 123
Tabor (1) 1905 1924 sold to D/S A/S Tabor, Drammen. 3,708
Tabor (2) 1936 1943 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine off Cape Agulhas. 4,768
Tabor (3) 1952 1968 sold to Liberia, 1969 renamed Pelasgos. 5,483
Tabriz (1) 1954 tanker, 1967 sold to Liberia renamed Damianos. 11,747
Tabriz (2) 1970 tanker, 1979 sold to Greece renamed Sirius. 106,970
Tachibana 1974 1975 transferred to Morten Werring's Rederi. 36,243
Tacna II   see Thermopylae (3)  
Tagaytay 1958 1970 rebuilt to 11,744 tons, 1977 transferred to Barber Ship Management, Singapore, 1979 sold to Panama renamed Apli Chau. 9,450
Tagus (1) 1953 1975 transferred to Barber Ship Management, Singapore renamed Towada, 1977 sold to Greece renamed Lagos Express. 6,397
Tagus (2) 1977 1984 transferred to Barber Ship Management, Hong Kong renamed Tatra, 1986 sold to Panama renamed New Hope 1. 38,634
Tai Ping (1) 1929 1940-1945 seized by Germany as Sperrbrecher 14, later renamed Bockenheim, 1944 scuttled near Bordeaux, later raised and scrapped. 7,019
Tai Ping (2) 1958 1970 rebuilt to 11,744 tons, 1977 transferred to Barber Ship Management, Singapore, 1979 sold to Panama renamed Gina. 9,369
Tai Ping Yang 1929 registered under Panamanian flag, 1937 re-registered at Tonsberg, 1962 sold to Greece renamed Sophia. 7,025
Tai Shan 1929 registered under Panamanian flag, 1937 re-registered at Tonsberg, 1960 scrapped. 6,962
Tai Yang 1929 1962 sold to Lebanon renamed Mousse. 7,084
Tai Yin 1929 1961 scrapped. 7,077
Taiko (1) 1968 1985 sold to Thoresen & Co., Bangkok renamed Hai Lee. 12,546
Taiko (2) 1983 ex- Barber Hector, 1988 chartered from Swedish Liners, Gothenburg renamed Taiko, 1993 purchased, 1994 still in service. 27,902
Taimyr 1968 1980 sold to Liberia renamed Southern Diamond. 12,565
Taiwan (1) 1924 1946 beached in Gulf of Suez after collision with s/s BRITISH HUSSAR but repaired, 1950 stranded St. John Island, Red Sea, refloated but sank. 5,502
Taiwan (2) 1952 1959 renamed Tirranna (2), 1966 wrecked near Tromso, broke in two. 5,463
Takachiho (1) 1973 1978 sold to Greece renamed Mount Parnassos. 36,264
Takachiho (2)   see Tonga.  
Takamine 1973 1975 transferred to Morten Werring's Rederi, 1984 transferred to Hong Kong subsidiary, 1984 sold to Liberia renamed Bulk Space. 36,265
Takara 1968 1983 sold to Greece renamed Aristidis. 35,955
Takasago 1972 1975 transferred to Hong Kong subsidiary company renamed Tambo River, 1979 reverted to Takasago, 1982 transferred to Barber Ship Management, Singapore, 1985 sold to Cyprus renamed Gesalina. 36,265
Takayama 1983 1986 renamed Nosac Takayama, 1994 still in service. 9,958
Talabot (1) 1881 1887 purchased from Moss SS Co., Liverpool, 1905 sold to Acties Talabot's Rederi, Tonsberg. 1,298
Talabot (2) 1936 1942 bombed and set on fire by German aircraft at Valetta, Malta, scuttled to prevent ammunition cargo exploding, 1949 raised, towed to sea and scuttled. 6,798
Talabot (3) 1946 1967 sold to Hong Kong renamed Belinda. 6,104
Talabot (4) 1967 1979 sold to Liberia renamed New Dawn. 12,545
Talabot (5)   see Tamesis (3)  
Talabot (6) 1979 ex- Barber Perseus, 1988 chartered from Swedish Liners, Gothenburg renamed Talabot, 1993 purchased, 1994 still in service. 21,816
Talisman (1) 1896 1921 sold to D. Finne, Oslo renamed Fiol. 1,878
Talisman (2) 1923 1936 sold to Bruun & von der Lippe, Tonsberg renamed Vigilant. 4,765
Talisman (3) 1937 1950 abandoned on fire off Shimizu, Japan, towed to Yokohama, repaired and sold to Japan renamed Asakasan Maru. 6,701
Talisman (4) 1952 1973 scrapped after engine failure. 6,785
Talisman (5) 1977 1981 renamed Barber Talisman, 1983 sold to Saudi Arabia renamed Mawashi Tabuk. 12,755
Talisman (6) 1977 ex- Pacific Dreamer, 1988 purchased from Philippines renamed Talisman, 1991 sold to Panama renamed Chun Wahi. 14,267
Talleyrand (1) 1927 1940 captured and sunk in Atlantic by German raider ATLANTIS. 6,732
Talleyrand (2) 1949 1971 sold to Greece renamed Minerva. 6,126
Tamano (1) 1968 tanker, 1976 sold to Liberia renamed Burghausen. 46,988
Tamano (2)   see Trinidad (2).  
Tambo River   see Takasago.  
Tamerlane (1) 1936 1962 sold to H. Bastian, West Germany renamed Alisios. 6,778
Tamerlane (2) 1967 1971 rebuilt to 12,124 tons, 1978 sold to Greece renamed Telendos. 10,184
Tamesis (1) 1939 1943 sank after collision with s/s ALCOA GUARD, 200 miles NE of Bermuda. 7,256
Tamesis (2) 1950 1969 sold to shipbreakers after engine breakdown in Pacific, resold to Panama renamed Successful Trader. 6,749
Tamesis (3) 1976 1984 transferred to Barber Ship Management, Hong Kong renamed Talabot, 1985 sold to Hong Kong renamed Wywurry. 38,634
Tampa (1) 1923 1940-1945 under German control, 1958 sold to Costa Rica renamed Georgios M. 4,701
Tampa (2) 1943 ex- Hindanger, 1961 purchased from Westfal-Larsen & Co., Bergen renamed Tampa, 1967 sold to Philippines renamed Manuel Quezon. 5,221
Tampa (3) 1959 ex- Alamak, 1969 purchased from van Nievelt, Goudriaan & Co, Holland renamed Tampa, 1973 sold to China renamed Wen Shui. 6,115
Tampa (4) 1960 ex- Fernlake, 1976 purchased from Fearnley & Eger, Oslo renamed Tampa, 1982 sold to Panama renamed Blue Advance. 11,519
Tampa (5)   see Barber Tampa.  
Tampere 1979 ex- Barber Nana, 1989 purchased from Swedish Liners, Gothenburg renamed Tampere, 1994 still in service. 22,087
Tana (1) 1921 1941 captured by Vichy France renamed Ste. Simone, 1942 transferred to Germans reverted to Tana, 1943 sunk by Allied air attack off Sardinia. 5,535
Tana (2) 1955 ex- Ringfred, 1956 purchased from O. Ringdal, Oslo renamed Tana, 1969 sold to J. Presthus, Bergen renamed Johs. Presthus. 6,553
Tanabata 1968 1983 sold to Panama renamed Nicola Jill. 35,955
Tancred (1) 1880 ex- Benalla, 1889 purchased from John Wood & Co., West Hartlepool renamed Tancred, 1897 wrecked Taiwan. 1,238
Tancred (2) 1902 1922 sold to Emil Retzlaff, Germany renamed Hagen. 3,474
Tancred (3) 1925 1940 torpedoed, shelled and sunk by German submarine in Atlantic. 6,094
Tancred (4) 1948 1971 sold to J. Solstad, Skudeneshavn, Norway renamed Sol Jean. 6,133
Tapiola 1978 ex- Boogabilla, 1989 purchased from Panama renamed Tapiola, 1994 still in service. 22,325
Tarago 1973 1985 sold to U.S. Department of Transportation renamed Cape Domingo. 13,874
Tarantel 1960 1970 rebuilt to 11,754 tons, 1977 transferred to Barber Ship Management, Singapore, 1978 sold to Panama renamed Regina S. 9,316
Tarcoola 1977 1986 transferred to Barber Ship Management, Hong Kong renamed Troja, 1986 sold to Greece renamed Despina. 64,692
Tarifa (1) 1936 1944 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine off Socotra. 7,229
Tarifa (2) 1948 1969 sold to Somalia renamed Lorinda. 6,836
Tarim (1) 1954 tanker, 1964 sold Chile renamed Manantiales. 16,567
Tarim (2) 1962 tanker, 1968 sold V.E.B. Deutsche Seereederei, East Germany renamed Wolfen. 26,176
Tarim (3) 1970 1972 sold to Italy renamed Marcus Lolli-Ghetti. 84,629
Tarim (4) 1993 tanker, 1994 still in service. 156,837
Tarim River 1979 tanker, ex- Narnian Sea, 1988 purchased from Nargic Shipping Co., Bahamas renamed Tarim River, 1989 sold to Barber International, Stavanger renamed Stavanger Prince. 54,055
Tarkwa 1979 ex- Eastern Unicorn, 1990 purchased from Panama renamed Tarkwa, 1994 still in service. 15,075
Tarn (1) 1933 1960 sold to Greece renamed Roula. 6,850
Tarn (2) 1961 1978 sold to South Korea renamed Halla Partner. 10,120
Tarn (3) 1979 ex- Canmar Spirit, 1991 purchased from Panama renamed Tarn, 1994 still in service. 15,075
Taronga (1) 1927 1933 beached at Perim after cargo fire, refloated and scrapped. 6,732
Taronga (2) 1934 1940-1945 seized by Germany as Sperrbrecher 15, 1945 recovered burnt out, repaired and 1948 back in service, 1961 scrapped. 7,064
Taronga (3) 1968 1971 rebuilt to 12,407 tons, 1979 transferred to Barber Ship Management, Singapore, 1982 sold to Panama renamed Sea Moon. 10,510
Tartar (1) 1951 tanker, 1962 sold to Finland renamed Susanna. 11,103
Tartar (2) 1965 tanker, 1969 sold to Liberia renamed La Fleche. 28,778
Tartar (3) 1972 1978 sold to Liberia renamed World Lady. 116,270
Tartar (4) 1993 tanker, 1994 still in service. 155,359
Tasco 1949 1967 sold to Liberia, 1968 renamed Pelops. 4,719
Tatra (1) 1937 1962 sold to Greece renamed Kalamata. 4,766
Tatra (2) 1958 ex- Sistina, 1966 purchased from Tschudi & Eitzen, Oslo renamed Tatra, 1973 transferred to Barber Ship Management, Singapore, 1977 sold to Panama renamed Eastern Prosperity. 8,781
Tatra (3)   see Tagus (2)  
Taurus (1) 1891 1904 sold to Japan renamed Toba Maru. 2,123
Taurus (2) 1905 1935 sold to Achille Lauro, Italy renamed Santagata. 4,262
Taurus (3) 1935 1941 bombed and sunk by German aircraft off Montrose 4,767
Taurus (4) 1948 1966 sold to Greece renamed Roula. 5,487
Taurus (5) 1966 tanker, 1976 sold to U.S.S.R. renamed Adygeya. 51,295
Teheran (1) 1957 tanker, 1968 sold to Panama renamed Prospector. 16,407
Teheran (2) 1968 1973 sold to Liberia renamed Lafumina. 56,709
Tellus (1) 1890 1907 wrecked Grays Harbour on voyage Nanaimo. B.C. to Portland, Ore. 2,522
Tellus (2) 1911 1915 stranded near Yokohama, 1916 refloated and sold to O. Wikberg, Drammen renamed Elizabeth IV. 7,395
Tema (1) 1960 ex- Brookville, 1963 purchased from A. F. Klaveness & Co., Oslo renamed Tema, 1971 sold to Somalia renamed Hankiang. 5,430
Tema (2)   see Traviata.  
Temeraire (1) 1926 1926 wrecked Bramo Island, Gulf of Bothnia. 6,120
Temeraire (2) 1927 1955 sold to H. Vogemann, Germany renamed Vogesen. 6,465
Temeraire (3) 1957 1970 rebuilt to 10,062 tons, 1978 sold to Greece renamed Warri Express. 8,779
Templar (2) 1929 1940-1945 seized by Germany as Sperrbrecher 17, 1947 returned to Wilhelmsen service, 1961 sold to Lebanon renamed Katerina. 6,749
Templar (3) 1962 1965 broke in two and sank off Peru while under tow after striking a submerged rock. 12,153
Templar (4) 1967 tanker, 1978 scrapped. 45,810
Tender Bali 1982 tug / supply ship, registered Panama, 1987 sold to Crystal Star Inc, USA converted to fish factory ship renamed Crystal Viking. 399
Tender Banff 1982 tug / supply ship, 1987 sold to Crystal Star Inc, USA converted to fish factory ship renamed Crystal Clipper. 399
Tender Bay 1982 tug / supply ship, 1984 renamed Tender Genova, 1985 chartered to Italy, 1989 renamed Castalia Verde, 1992 sold to Italy. 399
Tender Behanzin 1981 tug / supply ship, 1988 sold to Panama. 497
Tender Benin 1982 tug / supply ship, 1988 sold to Panama. 497
Tender Bordeaux 1983 tug / supply ship, 1987 sold to Panama renamed Bordeaux. 851
Tender Bounty   tug / supply ship, 1984 renamed Tender Gela, 1985 chartered to Italy, 1989 renamed Castalia Azzurra, 1992 sold to Italy. 399
Tender Bourgogne 1983 tug / supply ship, 1987 sold to Panama renamed Bourgogne. 750
Tender Captain (1) 1975 supply ship, 1979 sold to Italy renamed Saipem Ragno Due. 1,376
Tender Captain (2) 1979 pipe carrier, 1986 sold to Sverre Farstad, Aalesund renamed Far Captain. 1,375
Tender Carrier 1974 supply ship, 1977 rebuilt to 1764 ton diving support ship, 1984 transferred to Liberian registry, 1986 sold to Liberia renamed Scan Carrier. 1,421
Tender Champion 1979 pipe carrier, 1985 sold to BP Shipping Ltd, Aberdeen renamed Balblair. 1,370
Tender Clipper 1974 supply ship, 1986 sold to Sverre Farstad & Co., Aalesund renamed Far Clipper. 1,376
Tender Comet 1979 diving support ship, 1986 sold to Sverre Farstad, Aalesund renamed Far Comet. 1,728
Tender Commander 1976 supply ship, 1982 sold to K/S Soevik Supply, Aalesund renamed Northern Commander. 1,512
Tender Contest 1976 supply ship, 1985 sold to P/R Oceanfun, Farsund renamed Highland Reel. 1,363
Tender Fighter 1986 supply ship, 1991 sold to Eidesvik & Co., Bomlo. renamed Viking Fighter. 2,075
Tender Gela   see Tender Bounty.  
Tender Genova   see Tender Bay.  
Tender Power 1976 tug, 1985 sold to Italy renamed A. H. Ciclone. 461
Tender Pull 1976 tug, 1981 sold to Frank Viking, Kristiansund renamed Frank Viking. 460
Tender Searcher 1975 tug / supply ship, 1984 transferred to Liberian registry, 1986 sold to Sverre Farstad, Aalesund renamed Far Searcher. 498
Tender Senior 1975 tug / supply ship, 1985 transferred to Liberian registry renamed Maersk Senior, 1985 reverted to Tender Senior, 1986 sold to Sverre Farstad, Aalesund renamed Far South. 498
Tender Tarpon (1) 1973 tug / supply ship, 1979 sold to Panama renamed Challenger Service. 498
Tender Tarpon (2) 1982 tug / supply ship, 1986 sold to Sverre Farstad, Aalesund renamed Far Tarpon. 1,443
Tender Tracer 1983 supply ship, 1986 sold to Sverre Farstad, Aalesund renamed Far Tracer. 1,472
Tender Trigger 1973 tug / supply ship, 1979 sold to Italy renamed Orsa Maggiore. 495
Tender Trout (1) 1972 tug / supply ship, 1977 sold to France. 497
Tender Trout (2) 1980 tug / supply ship, 1990 sold to Sverre Farstad, Aalesund renamed Far Trout. 1,116
Tender Trumpet 1974 tug / supply ship, 1979 sold to Panama renamed Charger Service. 495
Tender Tuna 1972 tug / supply ship, 1974 sold to City Leasing Co, Aberdeen renamed Star Orion. 498
Tender Turbot (1) 1973 tug / supply ship, 1977 sold to France renamed Apsara. 499
Tender Turbot (2) 1980 tug / supply ship, 1990 sold to Sverre Farstad, Aalesund renamed Far Turbot. 1,116
Teneriffa (1) 1922 1941 bombed and sunk by German aircraft in Bristol Channel. 5,655
Teneriffa (2) 1952 1960 sold to J. Solstad, Skudeneshavn renamed Sol Laila. 5,150
Tennessee (1) 1922 1940 wrecked Orkney Islands after collision with s/s BARON FAIRLIE. 5,667
Tennessee (2) 1949 1968 sold to Panama renamed Kassiopi. 4,723
Tennessee (3) 1960 ex- Alnitak, 1969 purchased from van Nievelt, Goudriaan & Co, Holland renamed Tennessee, 1973 sold to China renamed Jian Shui. 6,723
Tennessee (4) 1977 1981 renamed Barber Tennessee, 1985 reverted to Tennessee, 1985 sold to Poland renamed Praca. 12,755
Tennessee River 1978 tanker, ex- Sea Eagle, 1989 purchased from Bahamas renamed Tennessee River, 1991 sold to Greece renamed Nissos Delos. 40,570
Terje Viken 1902 1902 mined and sunk off River Tagus, Portugal. 3,579
Terrier (1) 1894 1909 sold to Japan renamed Shin-Yu Maru. 1,605
Terrier (2) 1911 1934 sold to Far Eastern SS Co., Bergen renamed Mabuhay I. 5,122
Terrier (3) 1954 1973 sold to Greece renamed Terry. 8,125
Terrier (4) 1977 1981 renamed Barber Terrier, 1985 chartered and renamed Hoegh Carrier, 1986 reverted to Terrier, 1986 sold to Poland renamed Pokoj. 12,751
Texas (1) 1949 1968 sold to Liberia renamed Ion. 4,719
Texas (2) 1960 ex- Aludra, 1969 purchased from van Nievelt, Goudriaan & Co, Holland renamed Texas, 1973 sold to China renamed Li Shui. 6,723
Texas (3) 1960 ex- Fernview, 1977 purchased from Fearnley & Eger, Oslo renamed Texas, 1982 sold to Saudi Arabia renamed Khaled. 11,430
Texas (4)   see Barber Texas.  
Thalatta (1) 1922 1948 went aground in Maldives, refloated but total loss and scrapped. 5,671
Thalatta (2) 1951 1970 sold to J. Solstad, Skudeneshavn, Norway renamed Sol Pemko. 5,168
Thalatta (3)   ex- Yu Sing, 1983 purchased from Hong Kong renamed Thalatta, 1986 renamed Tomar, 1989 sold to Cyprus renamed Pythia. 65,885
Theben (1) 1953 1976 transferred to Barber Ship Management, Singapore, 1977 sold to Singapore owners renamed Kota Mas. 7,010
Theben (2) 1976 tanker, ex- Crown Inland, 1983 purchased from Brostroms Rederi, Sweden renamed Theben, 1988 sold to China renamed Lian Chi. 17,880
Thelma 1906 1921 sold to J. Gorthon, Sweden renamed Stig. 1,350
Themis (1) 1897 1906 wrecked near Vancouver. 1,921
Themis (2) 1911 1917 torpedoed and sunk off Tunisia by German submarine. 7,402
Themis (3) 1953 1975 transferred to Barber Ship Management, Singapore renamed Toyo, 1977 sold to Singapore owners renamed New Horse. 7,016
Themis (4) 1976 ex- You're my Sunshine, 1983 purchased from Liberia renamed Themis, 1986 sold to Hong Kong renamed Stabor. 64,076
Thermopylae (1) 1930 1942 bombed off Crete and set on fire, sunk by convoy escort to prevent ammunition cargo exploding. 6,655
Thermopylae (2) 1949 1971 sold to Brodrene Olsen, Stavanger renamed Kongsborg. 7,262
Thermopylae (3) 1977 1981 renamed Barber Thermopylae, 1984 chartered and renamed Als Confidence, 1984 reverted to Thermopylae, 1984 transferred to Barber Ship Management, Liberia renamed Tacna II, 1985 transferred to Vanuatu registry, 1988 sold to Red River Carriers, USA renamed Advantage. 12,755
Thode Fagelund (1) 1904 1917 torpedoed and sunk off Ostend by German submarine. 4,352
Thode Fagelund (2) 1920 1941 torpedoed and sunk by Vichy French submarine off East London. 5,757
Thor 1907 1917 abandoned and sank in hurricane off Hawaii. 4,739
Thordis (1) 1899 1906 wrecked Port Stephens, NSW. 3,735
Thordis (2) 1906 1911 wrecked in Sea of Okhotsk near Gizhiga. 1,749
Thyra 1899 1914 wrecked Duncansby Head. 3,742
Tiber 1954 1976 sold to Singapore renamed Kota Molek. 6,355
Tiberius 1966 tanker, 1976 sold to Tonnevolds Tankredi, Grimstad renamed Thorhild. 43,572
Tibetan 1964 tanker, 1968 sold to Jensens Rederi, Arendal renamed Capto. 35,824
Tibetan (1) 1954 tanker, 1961 sold to Shell Canadian Tankers Ltd, Bermuda renamed Northern Shell. 12,548
Tibetan (2) 1970 1972 sold to Denholm Ship Management, Glasgow renamed Muirfield. 82,793
Tiger 1895 1917 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine off Bilbao. 3,273
Tigre (1) 1926 1959 scrapped. 5,498
Tigre (2) 1963 tanker, 1969 sold Arne Blystad, Oslo renamed Antilla. 26,419
Tigre (3) 1974 tanker, 1984 sold to Greece renamed Freeship L. 108,861
Tijuca (1) 1926 1952 sold to O. Pedersen, Oslo renamed Sunny Prince. 5,498
Tijuca (2) 1959 1977 sold to Cyprus renamed Uzma. 8,831
Tijuca (3) 1963 ex- Norma, 1980 purchased from J. Ludwig Mowinckel, Bergen renamed Tijuca, 1980 sold to Uruguay renamed Lucero del Mar. 5,854
Tijuca (4) 1987 tanker, 1994 still in service. 159,534
Times 1906 1922 sold to J. Lund & Co., Tonsberg. 2,096
Tiradentes 1922 1950 sold to Vogemann, Germany renamed Vogtland. 4,960
Tirranna (1) 1938 1940 captured SE of Mauritius by German raider ATLANTIS, 1940 torpedoed and sunk by HMS TUNA off Gironde Estuary; loss of 87 lives. 7,230
Tirranna (2)   see Taiwan (2)  
Tirranna (3) 1967 1971 rebuilt to 12,142 tons, 1978 sold to Greece renamed Tilos. 10,060
Titania (1) 1897 1916 sold to Philippines renamed Susana. 3,613
Titania (2) 1922 1937 sold to Bruun & von der Lippe, Tonsberg renamed Vigrid. 4,765
Titania (3) 1937 1961 sold to Greece renamed Aristotelis. 6,704
Titania (4) 1958 ex- Crestville, 1961 purchased from Klaveness & Co., Oslo renamed Titania, 1971 sold to Somalia renamed Peikiang. 5,443
Titus (1) 1959 tanker, 1971 sold to Liberia renamed Cleon. 16,417
Titus (2) 1976 tanker, 1980 sold to Liberia renamed Energy Explorer. 187,888
Toba   see Barber Toba.  
Tobruk 1958 tanker, ex- Nordhav, 1966 purchased from Per Lodding, Oslo renamed Tobruk, 1968 sold to Italy renamed Cielo Azzurro. 12,656
Toledo (1) 1926 1958 sold to E. M. Gaard, Haugesund renamed Gardvik. 4,598
Toledo (2) 1960 1979 sold to Singapore renamed New Dolphin. 10,104
Tolga   see Tonga.  
Toluma (1) 1906 ex- Chipana, 1921 purchased from New York & Pacific SS Co., London renamed Toluma, 1932 sold and scrapped. 7,041
Toluma (2) 1959 tanker, 1972 sold to Liberia renamed Antclizo. 16,417
Toluma (3) 1985 tanker, 1989 sold to Panama renamed A. C. Atom. 43,363
Tomar (1) 1948 1968 scrapped after fire damage off Australia. 6,410
Tomar (2)   see Thalatta (3)  
Tombarra 1973 1985 sold to U.S. Department of Transportation renamed Cape Decision. 13,887
Tonga 1968 1969 chartered to Australian National Line renamed Tolga, 1983 transferred to Hong Kong registry renamed Takachiho (2), 1984 sold to Cyprus renamed Orange Coral. 35,955
Tongala 1977 1986 transferred to Barber Ship Management, Singapore, 1986 transferred to Barber Ship Management, Hong Kong, 1987 sold to Austrian Lloyd renamed Salzburg. 64,719
Tonsberg (1) 1889 1894 stranded at Tarifa after collision in Straits of Gibraltar. 1,395
Tonsberg (2) 1960 1977 sold to Venezuela renamed Terepaima. 10,171
Topeka (1) 1925 1943 bombed and damaged by Allied aircraft, towed to Stavanger. Sold for scrapping but 1945 broke from tow and wrecked on Jaeren. 4,991
Topeka (2) 1949 1967 sold to Greece renamed Doros. 4,721
Tordenskjold (1) 1889 1903 sold to Japan renamed Chiyoda Maru No.2. 1,186
Tordenskjold (2) 1903 1922 sold to Emil Retzlaff, Germany renamed Hunding. 3,572
Toreador 1954 1973 sold to Singapore renamed Kota Murni. 8,607
Torino (1) 1962 tanker, 1969 sold to Liberia renamed Noto. 25,465
Torino (2) 1974 tanker, ex- Happy Pilot, 1990 purchased from Norman International, Oslo renamed Torino, 1994 still in service. 134,140
Toro (1) 1943 ex- Bra-Kar, 1961 purchased from Fred Olsen Line renamed Toro, 1967 sold to Philippines renamed Eastern Saturn. 5,206
Toro (2) 1969 1978 sold to Greece. 8,256
Toro (3)   see Toro Horten.  
Toro Horten 1983 tanker, 1985 renamed Toro, 1986 renamed Toronto, 1990 sold to Singapore renamed Advance. 30,050
Toronto (1) 1928 1951 sold to A. Meidell, Bergen, 1952 renamed Hordnes. 5,018
Toronto (2) 1956 1973 sold to Panama renamed Ascarya. 8,223
Toronto (3)   see Toro Horten.  
Torrens (1) 1939 1942-1946 served as US troopship, 1966 sold to Greece renamed Georgios M. 6,713
Torrens (2) 1967 1971 rebuilt to 12,435 tons, 1979 transferred to Barber Ship Management, Singapore, 1983 sold to Panama renamed Torre-S. 10,510
Torrens (3) 1981 ex- Katowice II, 1989 purchased from Poland renamed Torrens, 1994 still in service. 18,755
Torsdal 1894 ex- Strathnevis, 1908 purchased from Macbeth & Co, Glasgow renamed Torsdal, 1916 torpedoed and sunk off Cape St. Vincent by German submarine. 3,620
Tortugas (1) 1923 1942 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine near Barbados. 4,697
Tortugas (2) 1943 ex- Cape Barnabas (US War Shipping Admin), 1943 chartered to Norwegian Government renamed General Fleischer, 1946 purchased renamed Tortugas, 1967 sold to Philippines renamed Emilio Aguinaldo. 5,164
Tortugas (3) 1959 ex- Alchiba, 1969 purchased from van Nievelt, Goudriaan & Co, Holland renamed Tortugas, 1973 sold to China renamed Guang Shui. 6,116
Toscana (1) 1961 1972 sold to Liberia renamed Mirfak. 22,725
Toscana (2) 1976 tanker, ex- Happy Sitani, 1990 purchased from Norman International, Oslo renamed Toscana, 1993 sold to Malta renamed Seadancer. 60,337
Toulouse (1) 1934 1959 sold to Greece renamed Michalakis. 7,027
Toulouse (2) 1962 1974 transferred to Barber Ship Management, Singapore, 1974 sank in heavy weather off Japan; loss of 31 lives. 7,388
Touraine 1925 1940 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine off Bloody Foreland, Ireland. 5,811
Tourcoing (1) 1924 1942 mined and sunk off Swinemunde. 5,798
Tourcoing (2) 1947 1967 sold to Greece renamed Aristogenis. 6,780
Tourcoing (3) 1978 1989 transferred to Panama registry, 1994 still in service. 22,434
Tournai 1948 1968 sold to Greece renamed Proton. 6,780
Towada   see Tagus.  
Toyama 1972 1991 sold to East Asiatic Co., Denmark registered Bermuda. 52,196
Toyo   see Themis (3)  
Trafalgar (1) 1906 1922 sold to J. Lund & Co., Tonsberg. 2,187
Trafalgar (2) 1938 1942 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine 1,100 miles NE of Guadeloupe. 5,542
Trafalgar (3) 1949 1971 sold to Singapore renamed Ngomei Chau. 5,503
Transit (1) 1889 1905 sold to Japan renamed Takeshima Maru. 1,334
Transit (2) 1906 1911 wrecked on coast of Kamchatka, Russia. 1,691
Transit (3) 1923 ex- Montan, 1925 purchased from E. Komrowski, Germany renamed Transit, 1929 capsized and sank off Stromtangen lighthouse. 210
Traviata 1959 1970 rebuilt to 11,744 tons, 1977 transferred to Barber Ship Management, Singapore renamed Tema (2), 1979 sold to Panama renamed Sunshine Island. 9,297
Trianon (1) 1926 1959 scrapped. 5,805
Trianon (2) 1961 1977 transferred to Barber Ship Management, Singapore, 1978 sold to Panama renamed Unique Winner. 10,120
Tricolor (1) 1904 1905 wrecked Eureka, Calif. 3,843
Tricolor (2) 1906 1925 sold to Emder Dampfer Kompagnie Nubel & Fritzen, Germany renamed Wittekind. 4,019
Tricolor (3) 1925 1931 sank off Colombo after cargo explosion. 6,119
Tricolor (4) 1933 1956 beached near Rangoon after cargo fire, broke in two. 6,850
Tricolor (5) 1960 1971 renamed Troja, 1979 sold to Panama renamed Belalcazar. 9,997
Tricolor (6) 1972 1985 sold to U.S. Department of Transportation renamed Cape Diamond. 13,874
Trinidad (1) 1943 1948 purchased from Trinidad Nav. Co., Panama, 1966 sold to Greece renamed Frossini. 6,838
Trinidad (2) 1968 1978 transferred to Barber Ship Management, Singapore renamed Tamano (2), 1979 sold to Liberia renamed New Sun. 12,564
Tripoli 1961 ex- Carl Larrson, 1966 purchased from E. Larrson, Sweden renamed Tripoli, 1968 sold to Greece renamed Kimon. 16,025
Triton (1) 1930 1942 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine off the Azores. 6,607
Triton (2) 1948 1969 sold to Singapore renamed Aplichau. 5,414
Troja (1) 1930 1962 sold to Greece renamed Ioanna. 6,650
Troja (2) 1963 1970 sold to Liberia renamed Ocean Triton. 12,289
Troja (3)   see Tricolor (5)  
Troja (4)   see Tarcoola.  
Trold 1898 1915 sold to Axel Robt. Bildt Aktiebolaget, Sweden renamed Avanti. 3,247
Troll Forest (1) 1970 1980 transferred to Barber Ship Management, Singapore renamed Willine Taro, 1986 scrapped. 20,222
Troll Forest (2) 1979 ex- Skaubord, 1991 purchased from Skaugen Marine, Oslo renamed Troll Forest, 1992 renamed Nosac Forest, 1994 still in service. 28,134
Troll Lake 1971 1985 sold to Italy renamed Cielo di Amalfi. 22,160
Troll Maple 1968 ex- Kelkheim, 1982 purchased from Kosmos, West Germany renamed Troll Maple, registered Liberia, 1986 sold to Tinsley Ltd, Gibraltar renamed City of Salonika. 24,102
Troll Park 1971 1984 sold to Greece renamed Jasmine. 22,160
Troll Viking 1968 ex- Mannheim, 1982 purchased from Kosmos, West Germany renamed Troll Viking registered Liberia, 1986 sold to Grindale Ltd, Gibraltar renamed City of Piraeus. 24,102
Troms 1961 tanker, 1972 sold to Liberia. 21,448
Troubadour (1) 1920 1953 sold to Tangvald-Pedersen, Porsgrunn renamed Tangholm. 5,808
Troubadour (2) 1954 1971 sold to John Swire & Sons, London renamed Sinkiang. 8,649
Tsu 1977 1981 renamed Barber Tsu, 1984 reverted to Tsu, 1985 chartered and renamed Hoegh Cape, 1986 sold to China renamed Da Yu. 12,750
Tuareg (1) 1953 tanker, 1965 sold to Italy renamed Sobrietas. 11,480
Tuareg (2) 1965 tanker, 1973 J. P. Jensen, Arendal renamed Condo. 43,572
Tuareg (3) 1970 tanker, ex- Nerva, 1982 purchased from Akers Mekaniske Verksted, Bergen renamed Tuareg, 1982 scrapped. 109,637
Tuddal 1895 ex- Dunnotar, 1909 purchased from Macbeth & Co., Glasgow renamed Tuddal, 1917 torpedoed and sunk off Ushant by German submarine. 3,510
Tudor (1) 1930 1940 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine off Cape Finisterre. 6,607
Tudor (2) 1949 1969 sold to J. Solstad, Skudeneshavn, Norway renamed Sol Tulla. 5,418
Tugela (1) 1921 1940 scuttled at Oslo but raised by Germans, 1943 scuttled at Oslo by Norwegian resistance, later salved by German Navy. 1945 mined and sunk near Floro. 5,559
Tugela (2) 1954 1976 sold to Singapore renamed Kota Alam. 9,947
Tulane (1) 1940 1940-1945 seized by Germany as Sperrbrecher 16, 1944 bombed and sunk, 1949 returned to service, 1965 sold to Panama renamed Aristandros. 5,488
Tulane (2) 1956 ex- Skautroll, 1966 purchased from A/S Brovanor, Oslo renamed Tulane, 1975 transferred to Barber Ship Management, Singapore, 1977 sold to Singapore owners renamed Kota Manis. 9,189
Tungsha (1) 1924 1948 sold to Olaf Pedersen, Oslo, 1951 renamed Sunny Queen. 5,505
Tungsha (2) 1952 1972 sold to Solstad Rederi, Skudeneshavn renamed Concordia Fonn. 5,465
Tungus (1) 1903 1922 sold to Douglas SS Co., Hong Kong renamed Hai Foong. 1,753
Tungus (2) 1949 1969 sold to Liberia renamed Progress. 5,499
Turandot 1957 1976 sold to Bangladesh renamed Banglar Preeti. 8,784
Turcoman (1) 1954 tanker, 1963 sold to Liberia renamed Mercantile Pioneer. 12,552
Turcoman (2) 1965 tanker, 1968 sold to Hansen Tangens Rederi, Kristiansand renamed Kristina. 35,823
Turcoman (3) 1971 1978 sold to Liberia renamed Resolute. 82,791
Tyr (1) 1895 1921 sold to Emil R. Retzlaff, Germany renamed Wotan. 2,225
Tyr (2) 1944 ex- Montcalm, 1957 purchased from Buries Markes, Liverpool renamed Tyr, 1967 sold to Philippines renamed Eastern Mars. 5,208
Tyr (3) 1968 1978 sold to Greece. 8,255
Tysla (1) 1911 1914 mined and sunk near Flushing. 4,676
Tysla (2) 1914 1935 sold to John Chandris, Greece renamed Agios Vlasios. 4,297
Tysla (3) 1944 ex- Gerda Dan, 1961 purchased from J. Lauritzen, Denmark renamed Tysla, 1964 sold to Norwegian American Line, Oslo renamed Viksfjord. 5,163
Tysla (4) 1957 ex- Bay Master, 1965 purchased from J. H. Andresen, Oslo renamed Tysla, 1972 sold to Somalia renamed Arafura Sea. 8,735
Tysla (5) 1977 1982 transferred to Barber Ship Management, Singapore renamed Willine Tysla, 1986 sold to China renamed Cai Lun. 12,755
Vinstra 1910 ex- Drumcraig, 1913 purchased from Austral Shipping Co., Liverpool renamed Vinstra, 1935 sold to Finland renamed Herakles. 4,668
Waterloo 1879 1895 purchased from Macbeth & Gray, Glasgow, 1914 sank off Lands End. 1,283
Willine Taro   see Troll Forest (1)  
Willine Toyo 1968 ex- Havrais, 1981 purchased from Denholm Ship Management, Glasgow renamed Willine Toyo, registered Singapore, 1986 scrapped. 17,631
Yarra   see Artemis.  

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