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MICO - ID 4289


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Identification Data

Bouwjaar: 1944
Categorie: Tug
Voorstuwing: Motor Vessel
Type: Zeesleepboot
Standaard scheepstype: Army Tug ST
Construction Data

Scheepsbouwer: American Machinery Corporation Inc., Beresford (Fla.), U.S.A.
Werfnummer: 21
Launch Date: 1944-00-00
Delivery Date: 1944-00-00
Technical Data

Engine Manufacturer: Clark Brothers Company Inc., New York (N.Y.), U.S.A.
Motor Type: Motor, Oil, 2-stroke single-acting
Number of Cylinders: 6
Power: 650
Power Unit: BHP (APK, RPK)
Eng. additional info: 320x410
Speed in knots: 9
Number of screws: 1
 
Gross Tonnage: 150.00 Gross tonnage
 
Length 1: 26.34 Meters Length overall (Loa)
Length 2: 24.85 Meters Length between perpendiculars (Lbp)
Beam: 6.98 Meters Registered
Depth: 2.99 Meters Registered
Draught: 2.49 Meters Registered
Ship History Data

Date/Name Ship 1944-00-00 ST 479
Manager: United States Army Transportation Service, New York (N.Y.), U.S.A.
Eigenaar: United States Army Transportation Service, New York (N.Y.), U.S.A.
Shareholder:
Homeport / Flag: New York (N.Y.) / U.S.A.

Date/Name Ship 1948-04-12 MICO
Manager: N.V. Aannemingsmaatschappij v/h T. den Breejen van den Bout, Aerdenhout, Noord-Holland, Netherlands
Eigenaar: N.V. Aannemingsmaatschappij v/h T. den Breejen van den Bout, Aerdenhout, Noord-Holland, Netherlands
Shareholder:
Homeport / Flag: Aerdenhout / Netherlands
Callsign: PFZG

Date/Name Ship 1952-01-29 MICO
Manager: S. Lindberg, Stockholm, Sweden
Eigenaar: S. Lindberg, Stockholm, Sweden
Shareholder:
Homeport / Flag: Stockholm / Sweden

Date/Name Ship 1952-07-00 MICO
Manager: Karlhamns Hamndirektor, Karlshamn, Sweden
Eigenaar: Karlhamns Hamndirektor, Karlshamn, Sweden
Shareholder:
Homeport / Flag: Karlshamn / Sweden

Date/Name Ship 1985-00-00 MICO
Manager: I. Fors, Stockholm, Sweden
Eigenaar: I. Fors, Stockholm, Sweden
Shareholder:
Homeport / Flag: Stockholm / Sweden

Date/Name Ship 1988-00-00 TIGER
Manager: B. Danielsson, Stockholm, Sweden
Eigenaar: B. Danielsson, Stockholm, Sweden
Shareholder:
Homeport / Flag: Stockholm / Sweden

Date/Name Ship 1992-00-00 TIGER
Manager: Gevle Bogser- & Sjoentrepenad AB, Gavle (Gefle), Sweden
Eigenaar: Gevle Bogser- & Sjoentrepenad AB, Gavle (Gefle), Sweden
Shareholder:
Homeport / Flag: Gavle (Gefle) / Sweden

Date/Name Ship 1998-00-00 TIGER
Manager: Margareta Omberg & Olof Stierna, Gavle (Gefle), Sweden
Eigenaar: Margareta Omberg & Olof Stierna, Gavle (Gefle), Sweden
Shareholder:
Homeport / Flag: Gavle (Gefle) / Sweden

Ship Events Data

1944-00-00: Standaardsleper van het type ST (Small Tug), Design 327. In april in Antwerpen overgenomen door Den Breejen van den Bout.
2022-06-26: Built-in 1940 at a yard on Lake Beresford, the Tiger tugboat was involved in the Allied landing in Normandy in 1944. The historical society, DeLand Historic Trust (DHT), spent nearly a decade trying to get this well-maintained tugboat across the Atlantic, and back to the United States.

The tugboat owners had the ship docked in Stockholm, Sweden. DHT President, Dan Friend, spent time in Sweden preparing for the trip. He first had to rid the boat of squatters who had taken up residence in the tugboat. Then all fluids, such as fuel, oil, bilge and ballast water had to be removed. After that, the 140-ton tug could be hoisted aboard Snoekgracht. The entire operation cost approximately $200,000. This sum was donated by an anonymous benefactor.

Upon arrival at the Port of Jacksonville, Florida, the Spliethoff crew lifted the 140-ton tugboat onto the St. Johns River using the vessel’s onboard cranes. Cross State Towing then guided the tugboat to a private dock in Jacksonville. Sometime between now and October, the Tiger will head across the St. John River back to where it was built, at the DeLand shipyard on Lake Beresford. There she will be expected and put on dry land as a monument.

The final leg of the Tiger tugboat’s journey will take some time to arrange as it has a depth of 2.70 metres, while in some places the St. Johns River is only 2.10 to 2.40 metres deep. So there the boat will have to be helped across shallows. Depending on how often this has to be done, DHT estimates the cost of this as being between $60,000 to $200,000 USD. A sponsorship campaign has been launched to raise funds for this project.

Source: Schuttevaer

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