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					The fleet of
Leif Höegh & Co

1928-2008
01. VARG (1928-1936)                                                             Type: Tanker

                                 Tonnages:    5 702 gross, 3 216 net, 8 210 deadweight.
                               Dimensions:    390,7 ft length x 55,2 ft beam, 31,2 ft draught.
                                Machinery:    6 cylinder four stroke cycle single acting oil
                                              engine by Burmeister & Wain, Copenhagen.
                                   History:   08.1928: Completed by Odense Staalskibs-
                                              værft, Odense.
                                              04.1936: Sold to A/S D/S Svendborg and D/S
                                              af 1912 A/S (A.P. Møller, manager), Denmark
                                              and renamed Kathrine Maersk.
                                              1940: Interned by the Spanish Government
                                              and in 1943 sold to Compania Arrendataria
                                              del Monopolio de Patroleos S.A., Spain and
                                              renamed Campana.




02. SOUTH AFRICA (1930-1942)                                                     Type: Tanker

                                 Tonnages:    9 234 gross, 5 593 net, 14 838 deadweight.
                               Dimensions:    484,1 ft length x 65,5 ft beam, 36,8 ft draught.
                                Machinery:    Two 4-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting
                                              oil engines by Wallsend Slipway Co., Ltd.
                                              Newcastle, driving twin screws.
                                   History:   05.1930: Completed by Swan, Hunter & Wing-
                                              ham Richardson, Ltd.
                                              08.06.1942: Torpedoed and sunk by the Ger-
                                              man submarine U302, east of Barbados in a
                                              position 12.40N, 49.57W, while onpassage
                                              from Curacao to Freetown. Five of her crew
                                              and one British gunner were killed.




03. PAN ARUBA (1931-1948)                                                        Type: Tanker

                                 Tonnages:    9 231 gross, 5 625 net, 14 930 deadweight.
                               Dimensions:    484,5 ft length x 65,6 ft beam, 36,8 ft draught.
                                Machinery:    6-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                              engine by Wallsend Slipway & Engineering Co.
                                              Ltd, Newcastle.
                                   History:   02.1931: Completed by Swan, Hunter & Wing-
                                              ham Richardson, Ltd.
                                              05.1948: Sold to Rederibolaget Hans von Ret-
                                              tig (Wilh.Bensow OY, managers), Finland and
                                              placed in the ownership of Rederibolaget Re-be
                                              (G.Damström, manager), Finland and renamed
                                              Aruba.
                                              1956: Reverted to Rederi Hans von Rettig,
                                              Finland.
                                              1959: Sold to Yugoslavian shipbreakers Bro-
                                              dospas and during 5-1959 delivered at Split for
                                              demolition.




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04. PAN SCANDIA (1931-1952)                                                                      Type: Tanker

                                                 Tonnages:     9 816 gross, 5 937 net, 15 820 deadweight.
                                               Dimensions:     491,4 ft length x 67 ft beam, 37,4 ft draught.
                                                Machinery:     6-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                               engine by Wallsend Slipway & Engineering
                                                               Co. Ltd, Newcastle.
                                                    History:   06.1931: Completed by Swan, Hunter & Wing-
                                                               ham Richardson, Ltd.
                                                               02.1952: Sold to Vandoma Cia. Nav., Panama
                                                               and renamed Jubilant.
                                                               02.1954: Arrived at Osaka to be broken up by
                                                               Kawatetsu Shoji K.K.




05. PAN EUROPE (1931-1950)                                                                       Type: Tanker




  Tonnages: 9 468 gross, 5 719 net, 15 320 deadweight.
Dimensions: 484,5 ft length x 65,6 ft beam, 37,4 ft draught.
 Machinery: 6-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil engine by Wallsend Slipway & Engineering
             Co. Ltd, Newcastle.
    History: 08.1931: Completed by Swan, Hunter & Wingham Richardson, Ltd.
             05.1950: Sold to Norddeutsche Reederi G.m.b.H (of which J.A. Reinecke later became manager),
             Germany and renamed Europa.
             07.1954: Arrived at Hamburg to be scrapped by Eckhardt & Co.




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06. FANNY HÖEGH (1931-1936)                                                                         Type: Tanker




  Tonnages: 6 405 gross, 3 840 net, 9 200 deadweight.
Dimensions: 408,7 ft length x 55,4 ft beam, 32,4 ft draught.
 Machinery: Two 6-cylinder four-stroke cycle single acting oil engines by the shipbuilders, driving twin screws.
             Re-engined in 1948 with two 6-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil engines by S.A. Fiat
             S.G.M., Turin.
    History: 10.1931: Completed by Eriksbergs Mekaniska Verkstads A/B, Gothenburg.
             05.1936: Sold to A/S Kristiansands Tankrederi (Einar Rasmussen, manager), Norway and renamed
             Polykarp.
             15.03.1941: Captured by the German battleship Gneisenau about 750 miles N.W. of the Azores, in
             a position 39N, 43W, renamed Taifun and served as a naval oiler with the Kriegsmarine, being later
             renamed Passat.
             03.05.1945: Sunk by air attack in the Great Belt.
             1946: Salvaged and returned to her Norwegian owners, who in 1947 sold her to A/S Awilco
             (Anders Wilhelmsen, manager), Norway, who renamed her Wilstar.
             1963: Sold to Christiania Spigerverk, Oslo, for scrapping. 11.1963 Demolition commenced at
             Grimstad by Norsk Skipsopphugnings Co A/S.



07. HÖEGH TRADER I (1933-1936)                                                              Type: General Cargo

                                                  Tonnages:     4 732 gross, 2 865 net, 8 450 deadweight.
                                                Dimensions:     385,6 ft length x 54,3 ft beam, 25,7 ft draught.
                                                 Machinery:     Two 6-cylinder four-stroke cycle single acting
                                                                oil engines by Burmeister & Wain, Copenha-
                                                                gen, driving two screws.
                                                     History:   02.1930: Completed by Odense Staalskibs-
                                                                værft, Odense, as Guldborg for A/S D/S Dan-
                                                                nebrog (C.K. Hansen, manager), Denmark.
                                                                09.1933: Acquired by LHC and renamed
                                                                Höegh Trader.
                                                                1953: Sold to Ångbåts A/B Bohuslänska
                                                                Kusten (Knut Nordendorph, manager), Sweden
                                                                and renamed Alfhem.
                                                                1960: Sold to N.A.Valmas, Greece and then
                                                                to Cia. Del Egeo, Greece, being renamed
                                                                Antonios V. Later in the same year transferred
                                                                to Lebanese registry.
                                                                02.1961: Demolition began at Izumidzu by
                                                                Sangyo Shinko K.K.



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08. HÖEGH MERCHANT I (1934-1941)                                              Type: General Cargo

                                     Tonnages:    4 858 gross, 2 921 net, 8 575 deadweight.
                                   Dimensions:    387,10 ft length x 54,2 ft beam, 26 ft draught.
                                    Machinery:    6-cylinder two-stroke cycle double acting oil
                                                  engine by the shipbuilders.
                                       History:   09.1934: Completed by Burmeister & Wain,
                                                  Copenhagen.
                                                  14.12.1941: Torpedoed and sunk by the Japa-
                                                  nese submarine 1.16 off Honolulu. Her crew
                                                  and passengers were all saved.




09. ALEXANDRA HÖEGH (1935-1942)                                                       Type: Tanker

                                     Tonnages:    8 248 gross, 4 985 net, 12 600 deadweight.
                                   Dimensions:    469,2 ft length x 61,1 ft beam, 34,5 ft draught.
                                    Machinery:    6-cylinder two-stroke cycle double acting oil
                                                  engine by the shipbuilders.
                                       History:   05.1935: Completed by Eriksbergs Mek.Verks.
                                                  Gothenburg.
                                                  21.01.1942: Torpedoed and sunk by the Ger-
                                                  man submarine U 130 south of Cape Sable
                                                  while on passage from Caripito to Halifax, N.S.
                                                  Her crew were rescued after 36 hours in the
                                                  lifeboats.




10. HÖEGH CARRIER (1935-1940)                                                 Type: General cargo

                                     Tonnages:    4 906 gross.
                                   Dimensions:
                                    Machinery:    Burmeister & Wain
                                       History:   1935: Completed by A/S Burmeister & Wain,
                                                  Copenhagen.
                                                  1940: Under German control. Mostly in service
                                                  between Rotterdam and Norway.
                                                  18.04.43: Bombed by British aircraft and sunk
                                                  off Den Helder, Holland. Two members of her
                                                  crew were lost.




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11. HÖEGH TRANSPORTER I (1935-1939)                                            Type: General Cargo

                                        Tonnages:    4 914 gross, 2 865 net, 8 800 deadweight.
                                      Dimensions:    397,4 ft length x 54,9 ft beam, 25,1 ft draught.
                                       Machinery:    5-cylinder two-stroke cycle double acting oil
                                                     engine by the shipbuilders.
                                          History:   11.1935: Completed by Kockums Mekaniska
                                                     Verkstads A/B, Malmö.
                                                     03.10.1939: Sank off Singapore after striking
                                                     a British minefield when inward bound from
                                                     Saigon. One member of her crew was lost.




12. HÖEGH HOOD I (1936-1953)                                                           Type: Tanker

                                        Tonnages:    9 351 gross, 5 652 net, 14 640 deadweight.
                                      Dimensions:    485,9 ft length x 65,8 ft beam, 35,8 ft draught.
                                       Machinery:    7-cylinder four-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                     engine by Burmeister & Wain, Copenhagen.
                                                     12.1936: Completed by Odense Staalskibs-
                                          History:   værft, Odense.
                                                     06.1941: Heavily damaged by airtorpedo in the
                                                     Mediterranean.
                                                     04.1953: Sold to Denizcili Turk, Ltd., Turkey
                                                     and renamed Barbados. Owners became
                                                     Denizcilik Limited, Sirketi.
                                                     23.09.1965: Heavily damaged by explosion,
                                                     followed by fire, while lying at Izmir. 15 people
                                                     losing their lives. Subsequently towed to
                                                     Buyukdere and laid up.
                                                     02.1966: Demolition began at Pasabahce by
                                                     Mehmet Canakci ve Ortaklari.



13. HÖEGH SILVERLIGHT (1936-1953)                                              Type: General Cargo

                                        Tonnages:    5 197 gross, 3 186 net, 8 425 deadweight.
                                      Dimensions:    409,7 ft length x 55,7 ft beam, 25,1 ft draught.
                                       Machinery:    5-cylinder two-stroke cycle double acting oil
                                                     engine by Machinenfabrik Augsburg-Nürnberg,
                                                     A.G. Augsburg.
                                          History:   12.1936: Completed by Deutsche Werft
                                                     Reiherstiegwerft, Hamburg.
                                                     01.1953: Sold to Kyodo Sempaku K.K., Japan
                                                     and renamed Ginyo Maru. 1960 Owners be-
                                                     came Kyodo Sempaku K.K. and Nippon Yusen
                                                     Kaisha, Japan.
                                                     1964: Sold to Japanese Shipbreakers.
                                                     12.1964: Arrived at Osaka to be scrapped.




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14. HÖEGH GIANT (1937-1942)                                                            Type: Tanker

                                      Tonnages:    10 990 gross, 6 590 net, 16 008 deadweight.
                                    Dimensions:    508,1 ft length x 69,2 ft beam, 36,5 ft draught.
                                     Machinery:    7-cylinder two-stroke cycle double acting oil
                                                   engine by Maschinenfabrik Augsburg-Nürn-
                                                   berg A.G., Augsburg.
                                        History:   02.1937: Completed by Deutsche Werft A. G.
                                                   Hamburg.
                                                   03.06.1942: Sunk 650 miles N.E. of the mouth
                                                   of the Amazon in a position 7N, 43.06W by
                                                   torpedo and gunfire from the German sub-
                                                   marine U 126. All saved - four men after 15
                                                   days a 17’ gig, the other 35 after 10 days in a
                                                   lifeboat.




15. HÖEGH RAY I (1937-1938)                                                            Type: Tanker

                                      Tonnages:    9 357 gross, 9 659 net, 14 620 deadweight.
                                    Dimensions:    485,9 ft length x 65,7 ft beam, 35,8 ft draught.
                                     Machinery:    7-cylinder four-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                   engine by Burmeister & Wain, Copenhagen.
                                        History:   10.1937: Completed by Odense Staalskib-
                                                   sværft, Odense.
                                                   09.1938: Sold to Societe Francaise de Trans-
                                                   ports petroliers S.A., France and renamed
                                                   Bourgogne.
                                                   06.1959: Arrived at Antwerp to be scrapped by
                                                   Jos de Smedt.




 16. HÖEGH SILVERSTAR (1938-1954)
03. PAN ARUBA (1931-1948)                                                             Type: Tanker
                                                                               Type: General Cargo

                                      Tonnages:    5 415 gross, 3 261 net, 9 275 deadweight.
                                    Dimensions:    442 ft length x 58,4 ft beam, 25,1 ft draught.
                                     Machinery:    8-cylinder two-stroke cycle double acting oil
                                                   engine by the shipbuilders.
                                        History:   10.1938: Completed by Burmeister & Wain,
                                                   Copenhagen.
                                                   08.1954: Sold to Rederi A/B Asta (Arthur An-
                                                   dersson, maanger), Finland and renamed Alca.
                                                   1956: Transferred to the management of
                                                   Lennart Karlsson.
                                                   12.02.1963: Collided in the river Scheldt with
                                                   Swedish motor vessel Alvafors, while outward
                                                   bound from Antwerp for Jacksonville. She was
                                                   beached on fire and broke in two the following
                                                   day.




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17. HÖEGH SILVERCREST I (1938-1939                                                         Type: General Cargo

                                                   Tonnages:     5 480 gross, 3 311 net, 9 275 deadweight.
                                                 Dimensions:     442 ft length x 58,4 ft beam, 25,1 ft draught.
                                                  Machinery:     8-cylinder two-stroke cycle double acting oil
                                                                 engine by the shipbuilders.
                                                      History:   07.1938: Completed by Burmeister & Wain,
                                                                 Copenhagen.
                                                                 07.01.1939: Wrecked at Prieto Diaz, 20 miles
                                                                 north of San Bernardino Island while on the
                                                                 maiden voyage from Seatlle to Basrah via
                                                                 Manila.




18. HÖEGH SCOUT I (1939-1953)                                                                      Type: Tanker




                                                                                                   Type: Tanker
  Tonnages: 9 924 gross, 5 983 net, 14 600 deadweight.
Dimensions: 492,10 ft length x 66,1 ft beam, 36,4 ft draught.
 Machinery: 6-cylinder two-stroke cycle double acting oil engine by Machinenfabrik Augsburg-Nürnberg, A.G.
             Augsburg.
    History: 02.1939: Completed by Deutsche Werft A. G. Hamburg.
             07.1953: Sold with Skibs A/S Arnstein to Harald Stange & Co, A/S, Norway and renamed Laila
             Stange.
             1958: Sold to Kydoniae Shipping Co., Ltd., Greece and renamed Georgios Manolakis.
             1962: Sold to Southold Cia. De Vapores S.A., Greece.
             1964: Sold to Motortank Co., Greece and renamed Leleta.
             1965: Sold to Elm Shipping Co., Inc., Greece and temporarily converted for carrying grain cargo.
             1966: While laid up at Flushing with incomplete repairs, sold by auction to the Spanish shipbreak-
             ers Revaloracion de Materiales S.A. She was then registered in the ownership of N.V. Redwijs
             (Dutch flag) and renamed Leta for the voyage in tow to Bilbao, where she arrived 01.1967 to be
             scrapped.




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19. HÖEGH SILVERCLOUD (1939-1953)                                             Type: General Cargo

                                      Tonnages:    5 287 gross, 3 145 net, 8 280 deadweight.
                                    Dimensions:    414,4 ft length x 55,8 ft beam, 24,9 ft draught.
                                     Machinery:    5-cylinder two-stroke cycle double acting oil
                                                   engine by Machinenfabrik Augsburg-Nürnberg,
                                        History:   A.G. Augsburg.
                                                   04.1939: Completed by Flensburger Schiffsbau
                                                   Gesellschaft, Flensburg.
                                                   04.1953: Sold to Deutsche Dampfschiffahrts-
                                                   Gesellschaft “Hansa”, Germany and renamed
                                                   Falkenfels.
                                                   01.1964: Arrived at Bilbao to be scrapped by E.
                                                   Erhardt y Cia, Ltda.




20. HÖEGH SILVERDAWN (1940-1943)                                              Type: General Cargo

                                      Tonnages:    7 715 gross, 4 730 net, 10 550 deadweight.
                                    Dimensions:    465,6 ft length x 58,4 ft beam, 35 ft draught.
                                     Machinery:    5-cylinder two-stroke cycle double acting oil
                                                   engine by the shipbuilders.
                                        History:   03.1940: Completed by Burmeister & Wain,
                                                   Copenhagen.
                                                   15.06.1943: Sunk by the German raider
                                                   Michel south east of the Cocos Islands while
                                                   on passage from Fremantle to Abadan. 30 of
                                                   the crew and six passengers were lost. Three
                                                   men were saved after 11 days on a raft. The
                                                   remaining 14 reached India in a heavily dam-
                                                   aged lifeboat after having sailed 3100 miles in
                                                   32 days.




21. HÖEGH SILVERBEAM (1946-1958)                                              Type: General Cargo

                                      Tonnages:    7 707 gross, 4 729 net, 10 550 deadweight.
                                    Dimensions:    444,4 ft length x 58,4 ft beam, 35 ft draught.
                                     Machinery:    5-cylinder two-stroke cycle double acting oil
                                                   engine by the shipbuilders.
                                        History:   1941: Launched by Burmeister & Wain,
                                                   Copenhagen as Höegh Silvermann. Seized
                                                   by Germany, placed in the management of
                                                   Norddeutscher Lloyd and renamed Lappland
                                                   and later Goslar.
                                                   05.1945: Re-taken at Copenhagen and
                                                   handed back to Norway.
                                                   08.1946: Re-commissioned under her new
                                                   name Höegh Silverbeam.
                                                   06.1958: Sold to Spedizione Italiane Maritime
                                                   Terrestri S.p.A, Italy and renamed Zenobia
                                                   Martini Secondo.
                                                   1961: Renamed Zenobia Martini.




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22. HÖEGH TRADER III (1947-1958)                                                           Type: General Cargo

                                                  Tonnages:     5 222 gross, 3 017 net, 7 990 deadweight.
                                                Dimensions:     393,2 ft length x 60,1 ft beam, 24,9 ft draught.
                                                 Machinery:     Two 6-cylinder tw-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                                engines by Nordberg Manufacturing Company,
                                                                Milwaukee, Wisconsin, geared to a single
                                                                screw shaft.
                                                     History:   1944: Completed by Pennsylvania Shipyards
                                                                Inc., Beaumont, Texas as Cape Trafalgar for
                                                                the United States War Shipping Administra-
                                                                tion, USA.
                                                                01.1947: Bought by LHC and renamed Höegh
                                                                Trader.
                                                                07.1958: Sold to J. Lauritzen, Denmark and
                                                                renamed Tenna Dan.
                                                                1963: Sold to Everett-Orient Line Inc., Liberia
                                                                and renamed Noreverett.
                                                                1965: Sold to Everett S.S. Corporation, Philip-
                                                                pines and renamed Leonor.


23. HÖEGH SILVERCREST II (1947-1961)                                                        Type: General Cargo




   Tonnages:    7 708 gross, 4 728 net, 10 550 deadweight.
 Dimensions:    444,4 ft length x 58,4 ft beam, 35 ft draught.
  Machinery:    5-cylinder two-stroke cycle double acting oil engine by the shipbuilders.
     History:   1940: Launched by Burmeister & Wain, Copenhagen, as Höegh Trader II. Taken over in the build-
                ers’ yard by Germany, renamed Kurland and transferred to the Kriegsmarine, although in the man-
                agement of Nord-Deutscher Lloyd. She served until 1942 as a “Fleet Scout Ship” and thereafter as
                a Target Ship and Naval Auxiliary.
                05.1945: Retaken at Kiel and returned to Norway.
                02.1947: Re-commissioned under her new name Höegh Silvercrest.
                09.1961: Sold to Johs. Presthus Rederi, Norway and renamed Jon Presthus.
                1968: Sold to Pacific International Lines Ltd., Singepore and renamed Kota Berakat.




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24. POWELL RIVER/HÖEGH MOUETTE (1947-1954)                                         Type: General Cargo

                                         Tonnages:      1 658 gross, 901 net, 3 000 deadweight.
                                       Dimensions:      289,9 ft length x 43,2 ft beam,
                                        Machinery:      15,1 ft draught.
                                                        6-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                             History:   engine by Karlstads Mekaniska Verkstad,
                                                        Kristinehamn.
                                                        07.1947: Completed by Lindholmens Varv,
                                                        Gothenburg as Powell River.
                                                        1950: Renamed Höegh Mouette.
                                                        06.1954: Sold to Den Norske Middelhavslinje
                                                        A/S (Fred Olsen & Co. and later Fred Olsen &
                                                        Co and Ole R. Thoresen, managers), Norway
                                                        and renamed Burgos.
                                                        1968: Sold to Cia. Maritima Merteorvi S.A.,
                                                        Greece and renamed Honesty.




25. HÖEGH SILVERMOON (1947-1960)                                                   Type: General Cargo

                                         Tonnages:      5 107 gross, 3 014 net, 8 100 deadweight.
                                       Dimensions:      424,10 ft length x 56 ft beam, 26,3 ft draught.
                                        Machinery:      9-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                        engine by the shipbuilders.
                                             History:   12.1947: Completed by Burmeister & Wain,
                                                        Copenhagen.
                                                        09.1960: Sold to Indo-China Steam Navigation
                                                        Co., Ltd. Hong Kong and renamed Eastern
                                                        Moon/Lam Tong Chau.




26. HÖEGH SILVERSPRAY (1947-1966)                                                  Type: General Cargo

                                         Tonnages:      6 247 gross, 3 721 net, 9 800 deadweight.
                                       Dimensions:      457,5 ft length x 61,1 ft beam, 27,9 ft draught.
                                        Machinery:      9-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                        engine by the shipbuilders.
                                             History:   12.1947: Completed by Eriksbergs M.V. A/B,
                                                        Gothenburg.
                                                        04.1966: Sold to Skips A/S Solnes & Co
                                                        (Johannes Solstad, manager), Norway and
                                                        renamed Solek.
                                                        05.1976: Sold to Cia. United Devotion
                                                        (Panama) SA (Sea Queen Corp. Ltd.), Panama
                                                        and renamed Sea Talent.
                                                        05.1977: Sprang leak in pos. 17.50S, 71.25E
                                                        on a voyage from Maputo - Singapore carrying
                                                        ore. Abandoned, sank.




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27. HÖEGH RAY II (1947-1953)                                                                       Type: Tanker

                                                  Tonnages:     11 032 gross, 6 614 net, 16 050 deadweight.
                                                Dimensions:     508,1 ft length x 69,3 ft beam, 36,5 ft draught.
                                                 Machinery:     7-cylinder two-stroke cycle double acting oil
                                                                engine by Maschinenfabrik Augsburg-Nürn-
                                                                berg A.G., Augsburg.
                                                     History:   01.1939: Completed by Deutsche Werft A.G.,
                                                                Hamburg as Le Havre for Maritime trading
                                                                Ltd., Panama.
                                                                1939: Renamed Ohio.
                                                                04.1947: Acquired by LHC and renamed
                                                                Höegh Ray.
                                                                04.1953: Sold to Skibs A/S Agnes (Einar
                                                                Saanum, manager), Norway and renamed
                                                                Ronaville.
                                                                1960: Sold to the Spanish shipbreakers Hier-
                                                                ros Arbulu.
                                                                08.1963: Arrived at Bilbao to be scrapped.



28. HÖEGH MERCHANT II (1948-1956)                                                         Type: General Cargo




  Tonnages: 6 821 gross, 3 959 net, 9 140 deadweight.
Dimensions: 401,11 ft length x 60,1 ft beam, 35 ft draught.
 Machinery: Two 7-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil engines by Busch-Sulzer Diesel Engine Co., St.
             Louis, with electro-magnetic slip couplings and single-reduction gearing to a single screw shaft.
    History: 1941: Completed by Western Pipe & Steel Company, San Francisco as American Manufacturer for
             United States Lines Co., USA.
             02.1948: Bought by LHC and renamed Höegh Merchant.
             02.1956: Sold to A/S D/S “Mathilda”(Jacob Christensen, manager), Norway and renamed Ma-
             thilda.
             1963: Sold to Philippines President Lines Inc., Philippines and renamed President Osmena.
             1965: Sold to Seven Brothers Shipping Corporation, Philippines and renamed Seven Generals.




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29. HÖEGH BROOK (1948-1949)                                                         Type: General Cargo

                                             Tonnages:    1 525 gross, 817 net, 2 830 deadweight.
                                           Dimensions:    274,1 ft length x 42,1 ft beam, 14,2 ft draught.
                                            Machinery:    6-cylinder Burmeister&Wain engine, built 1928,
                                                          1050 bhp, 12 knots.
                                               History:   15.03.1948: Completed by Kristiansands Mek.
                                                          Verksted to Skibs-AS Abaco, Aruba, Astrea and
                                                          Noruega (LHC) Oslo.
                                                          23.08.1949: Went aground three nautical miles
                                                          W of Port Bouet in fog at 0215 hours, while
                                                          on voyage from Duala to Hamburg declared
                                                          total loss. Main engine sold to become electric
                                                          power generator.




30. THREE RIVERS/HÖEGH FLORE (1948-1954)                                            Type: General Cargo

                                             Tonnages:    1 657 gross, 893 net, 3 000 deadweight.
                                           Dimensions:    302,2 ft length x 43,2 ft beam,15,1 ft draught.
                                            Machinery:    6-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                          engine by Karlstads Mekaniska Verkstad,
                                                          Kristinehamn.
                                               History:   04.1948: Completed by Lindholmens Varv,
                                                          Gothenburg as Three Rivers.
                                                          1950: Renamed Höegh Flore.
                                                          09.1954: Sold to Den Norske Middelhavslinje
                                                          (Fred.Olsen & Co and later Fred.Olsen & Co.
                                                          and Ole R. Thoresen, managers), Norway and
                                                          renamed Bergamo.
                                                          1968: Sold to Franicons Cia. Nav., Greece and
                                                          renamed Pergamos.




31. HÖEGH CYGNET (1948-1951)                                                        Type: General Cargo

                                             Tonnages:    1 657 gross, 893 net, 3 000 deadweight.
                                           Dimensions:    289,9 ft length x 43,2 ft beam, 15,1 ft draught.
                                            Machinery:    6-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                          engine by Karlstads Mekaniska Verkstad,
                                                          Kristinehamn.
                                               History:   06.1948: Completed by Lindholmens Varv,
                                                          Gothenburg.
                                                          06.06.1951: Sank 23 miles south-west of
                                                          Ushant after being in collision in fog with the
                                                          French tanker Palmyre while on a voyage from
                                                          Oslo to Dakar.




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32. HÖEGH SILVERWAVE (1948-1964)                                                       Type: General Cargo

                                             Tonnages:     6 255 gross, 3 720 net, 9 800 deadweight.
                                           Dimensions:     478,8 ft length x 61,1 ft beam, 27,9 ft draught.
                                            Machinery:     9-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                           engine by the shipbuilders.
                                               History:    08.1948: Completed by Eriksbergs M.V. A/B,
                                                           Gothenburg.
                                                           06.1964: Sold to Siboney Steamship Com-
                                                           pany, Liberia and renamed Sibony.
                                                           1964: Renamed Madrid.
                                                           1965: Sold to Malaysia Marine Corporation,
                                                           Liberia and renamed Malaysia Success.




33. HÖEGH SILVERSTREAM (1948-1965)                                                     Type: General Cargo

                                              Tonnages:     6 302 gross, 3 744 net, 9 760 deadweight.
                                            Dimensions:     478,8 ft length x 61,1 ft beam, 27,9 ft draught.
                                             Machinery:     6-cylinder two-stroke cycle double acting oil
                                                            engine by Gebr. Stork, Hengelo.
                                                History:    10.1948: Completed by Nederlandsche Dok &
                                                            Scheepsbouw Maatschappij, Amsterdam.
                                                            02.1960: Built and re-engined. Machinery:
                                                            8-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                            engine by Sulzer Brothers, ltd., Winterthur.
                                                            08.1965: Sold to Segesta Soc. Di Mav. S.p.A.
                                                            (d’Amico Soc. Di Nav S.p.A, manager), Italy
                                                            and renamed Anna Maria D’amico.




34. HÖEGH BELL/HÖEGH BELLE I (1948-1960)                                               Type: General Cargo

                                              Tonnages:     1 656 gross, 890 net, 2 990 deadweight.
                                            Dimensions:     289,9 ft length x 43,2 ft beam, 15,1 ft draught.
                                             Machinery:     6-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                            engine by Karlstads Mekaniska Verkstad,
                                                            Kristinehamn.
                                                History:    11.1948: Completed by Lindholmens Varv,
                                                            Gothenburg.
                                                            1950: Renamed Höegh Belle.
                                                            1953: Lengthened by 22 feet. Tonnages: 1812
                                                            gross, 965 net, 3392 deadweight Dimensions:
                                                            311,7 ft length x 43,2 ft beam.
                                                            06.1960: Sold Rederi A/B Asta (Lennart Karls-
                                                            son, manager), Finland and renamed Arla.




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35. HÖEGH ROVER I (1949-1954)                                                                       Type: Tanker




   Tonnages:    10 092 gross, 5 890 net, 15 500 deadweight.
 Dimensions:    503,6 ft length x 67,8 ft beam, 37,6 ft draught.
  Machinery:    4-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil engine by William Doxford & Sons, Ltd., Sunderland.
     History:   04.1949: Completed by Sir James Laing & Sons, Ltd., Sunderland.
                06.1954: Sold to Skibs A/S Thor Thoresens Linje, Norway and renamed Norefoss.
                1961: Sold to Hansen-Tangens Rederi A/S, Norway and renamed Regina.
                1964: Sold to Regina Sea Transports Corporation S.A., Greece and renamed Doris.
                1965: Sold to Levantine Sea Transports Company Ltd., Malta.
                24.04.1966: Put in at Lisbon after sustaining grounding damage while on a voyage from Ravena to
                Buenos Aires and subsequently laid up. Repairs proved not to be an economical proposition and in
                1968 she was sold to Spanish shipbreakers, arriving in tow at Bilbao 05.1968 to be scrapped.




36. HÖEGH CLAIR (1949-1955)                                                                 Type: General Cargo

                                                   Tonnages:      2 304 gross, 1 152 net, 3 550 deadweight.
                                                 Dimensions:      351 ft length x 50,8 ft beam, 27,3 ft draught.
                                                  Machinery:      4-cylinder compound steam engine by the
                                                                  shipbuilders.
                                                      History:    1948: Completed by Fredrikstad Mek.
                                                                  Verksted, Fredrikstad as K.G. Meldahl for K.K.
                                                                  Rasmussen, Norway.
                                                                  11.1949: Bought by LHC and renamed Höegh
                                                                  Clair.
                                                                  01.1955: Sold to Wilhelm Torkildsens Rederi,
                                                                  Norway and renamed Utsira.
                                                                  1960: Sold to A/S Egelands verk (Th. Brøvig,
                                                                  manager) and renamed Cecilie Brøvig.
                                                                  1968: Sold to Hyundai International Inc., South
                                                                  Korea and renamed Atlas Pioneer.




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37. HÖEGH ARROW (1950-1963)                                                       Type: Tanker

                                   Tonnages:    15 083 gross, 8 829 net, 22 808 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:    604 ft length x 75 ft beam, 41,8 ft draught.
                                  Machinery:    4-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting
                                                oil engine by William Doxford & Sons, Ltd.,
                                                Sunderland.
                                     History:   11.1950: Completed by Sir James Laing &
                                                Sons, Ltd., Sunderland.
                                                11.1963: Sold to St. Paul Nav. Ltda., S.A.,
                                                Panama and renamed St. Matthew.
                                                1956: Transferred to the management of
                                                Lennart Karlsson.
                                                1967: Sold to oriental trader Navigation Co.,
                                                S.A., Panama and renamed Oriental Trader.




38. HÖEGH EAGLE (1951-1963)                                                       Type: Tanker

                                   Tonnages:    15 100 gross, 8 838 net, 22 808 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:    604 ft length x 75 ft beam, 41,8 ft draught.
                                  Machinery:    6-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting
                                                oil engine by William Doxford & Sons, Ltd.,
                                                Sunderland.
                                     History:   08.1951: Completed by Sir James Laing &
                                                Sons, Ltd., Sunderland.
                                                10.1963: Sold to St. Paul Nav. Ltda., S.A.,
                                                Panama and renamed St.John.
                                                1967: Sold to Imperial Shipping Trading Cor-
                                                poration, Panama and renamed Crown III.




39. HÖEGH RANGER I (1952-1960)                                                    Type: Tanker

                                   Tonnages:    10 101 gross, 5 824 net, 15 135 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:    503,6 ft length x 67,8 ft beam, 37,6 ft draught.
                                  Machinery:    4-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting
                                                oil engine by William Doxford & Sons, Ltd.,
                                                Sunderland.
                                     History:   10.1952: Completed by Joseph L. Thompson
                                                & Sons, Ltd., Sunderland.
                                                10.1960: Sold to Philtankers Ltd., (London
                                                & Overseas Freighters, Ltd., managers), Ber-
                                                muda and renamed Avon Ranger.
                                                1965: Sold to Astro Navegante Cia. Nav., S.A.,
                                                Greece and renamed Kavo Yossonas.




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40. HÖEGH RIDER I (1953-1965)                                                        Type: Tanker

                                    Tonnages:    10 109 gross, 5 825 net, 15 355 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:    503,6 ft length x 67,8 ft beam, 37,6 ft draught.
                                   Machinery:    4-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting
                                                 oil engine by William Doxford & Sons, Ltd.,
                                                 Sunderland.
                                      History:   01.1953: Completed by Joseph L. Thompson
                                                 & Sons, Ltd., Sunderland.
                                                 10.1965: Sold to Oro Co., Ltd., Liberia and
                                                 renamed Orosol.




41. HÖEGH CLIPPER I (1953-1954)                                              Type: General Cargo

                                    Tonnages:    9 477 gross, 5 666 net, 10 490 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:    498,8 ft length x 63,5 ft beam, 39,7 ft draught.
                                   Machinery:    8-cylinder two-stroke cycle double acting oil
                                                 engine by the shipbuilders.
                                      History:   01.1953: Completed by Kieler Howaldtswerke
                                                 A.G., Kiel.
                                                 10.1954: Sold to Compagnie des Messageries
                                                 maritimes, France and renamed Donai.
                                                 1967: Sold to Plate Shipping Co., S.A., Liberia
                                                 and renamed Plate Master.




42. HÖEGH RAMBLER (1953-1954)                                                        Type: Tanker

                                    Tonnages:    9 428 gross, 5 572 net, 14 590 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:    516,6 ft length x 65,7 ft beam, 35,9 ft draught.
                                   Machinery:    7-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                 engine by the shipbuilders.
                                      History:   1940: Launched by Burmeister & Wain,
                                                 Copenhagen, as Alfred Clegg for Maritime
                                                 Trading, Ltd., Panama, but not commissioned
                                                 until 11-1945.
                                                 05.1953: Bought by LHC and renamed Höegh
                                                 Rambler.
                                                 10.1954: Sold to Hansen-Tangens Rederi A/S,
                                                 Norway and renamed Adna.
                                                 1962: Sold to Hong Kong Rolling Mills, Ltd.,
                                                 for scrapping.
                                                 07.1962: Demolition began.




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43. HÖEGH ALOUETTE (1953-1967)                                             Type: General Cargo

                                    Tonnages:    4 509 gross, 2 362 net, 5 870 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:    361,5 ft length x 50,4 ft beam, 27,2 ft draught.
                                   Machinery:    4-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                 engine by N.V. Werkspoor, Amsterdam.
                                      History:   07.1953: Completed by Jos Boel et Fils,
                                                 Tamise.
                                                 1961: Re-engined. Machinery: 5 cylinder
                                                 two-stroke cycle single acting oil engine by
                                                 Burmeister & Wain, Copenhagen.
                                                 08.1967: Sold to Cia. Corinthia de Nav. S.A.,
                                                 Greece and renamed Alouette.




44. HÖEGH VEDETTE I (1953-1963)                                            Type: General Cargo

                                    Tonnages:    495 gross, 231 net, 850 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:    211,6 ft length x 32,1 ft beam, 9,4 ft draught.
                                   Machinery:    4-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                 engine by Maschinenwerke Kiel, A.G., Kiel.
                                      History:   10.1953: Completed by Martin Jansen, Leer.
                                                 11.1963: Sold to I/S Lars Rej Johansen and
                                                 Knut & A. Knutsen (Lars Rej Johansen, man-
                                                 ager), Norway and renamed Jodelta.
                                                 15.02.1965: Foundered ten miles W.N.W.
                                                 of Borkum Riff Light Vessel, in a position
                                                 53.44.10N, 6.15.30E, during heavy weather
                                                 while on a voyage from Hamburg to Bilbao.




45. HÖEGH AIGLONNE (1953-1968)                                             Type: General Cargo

                                    Tonnages:    4 534 gross, 2 404 net, 6 043 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:    360,10 ft length x 50,4 ft beam,
                                   Machinery:    27,2 ft draught.
                                                 4-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                 engine by N.V. Werkspoor, Amsterdam.
                                      History:   07.1953: Completed by Jos Boel et Fils,
                                                 Tamise.
                                                 1959: Re-engined. Machinery: 5-cylinder
                                                 two-stroke cycle single acting oil engine by F.
                                                 Krupp A.G., Essen.
                                                 04.1968: Sold to Ankan Shipping Co., Ltd.,
                                                 Hong Kong and renamed Happy Dragon.




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46. HÖEGH SHIELD I (1954-1964)                                                                   Type: Tanker

                                                 Tonnages:     11 736 gross, 6 860 net, 18 050 deadweight.
                                               Dimensions:     559,5 ft length x 70 ft beam, 39,1 ft draught.
                                                Machinery:     9-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                               engine by the shipbuilders.
                                                   History:    03.1954: Completed by Eriksbergs M.V.
                                                               Gothenburg.
                                                               02.1964: Sold to Hamburg Südamerikanische
                                                               Dampf. Ges. Eggert & Amsinck, West germany
                                                               and renamed Johan Carel Oetker.
                                                               1967: Sold to Agenor Shipping Co., Ltd.,
                                                               Cyprus and renamed Captain Papaliot.




47. HÖEGH ARONDE (1954-1961)                                                             Type: General Cargo




   Tonnages: 3 884 gross, 2 332 net, 5 975 deadweight.
 Dimensions: 338,10 ft length x 50,1 ft beam,
              26,5 ft draught.
  Machinery: 6-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil engine by Nordberg Manufacturing Company, Milwau-
              kee, Wisconsin.
     History: 1945: Completed by Pennsylvania Shipyards, Inc., Beaumont, Texas as Rolling Hitch for the United
              States War Shipping Administration, USA.
              12.1946: Sold to Den Norske Middelhavslinje A/S (Fred Olsen & Co), Oslo, and renamed Bursa.
              06.1954: Bought by LHC and renamed Höegh Aronde.
              09.1961: Sold to Kommandittselskapet A/S Ocean Transport Co., Norway and chartered by LHC
              for two years on a Bare-Boat charterparty.
              21.03.1963: Foundered about 70 miles NW of Agadir, in a position 31.30N, 10.45W during heavy
              weather on a voyage from Sassandra to Valencia. 13 of 32 crew members saved.




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48. HÖEGH ABEILLE (1954-1962)                                            Type: General Cargo

                                  Tonnages:    3 913 gross, 2 688 net, 5 975 deadweight.
                                Dimensions:    338,10 ft length x 50,1 ft beam, 26,5 ft draught.
                                 Machinery:    6-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                               engine by Nordberg Manufacturing Company,
                                               Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
                                    History:   1945: Completed by Pennsylvania Shipyards,
                                               Inc., Beaumont, Texas as Cable Splice for the
                                               United States War Shipping Administration,
                                               USA. 1947: Sold to A/S Gange Rolf (Fred.
                                               Olsen & Co., managers) and renamed Bandei-
                                               rante. 06.1954: Bought by LHC and renamed
                                               Höegh Abeille. 01.1962: to Erik Smedsvig,
                                               Norway and chartered by LHC for three years
                                               on timecharter. 1964: Renamed Velox, being
                                               later transferred to D/S A/S Tordenskjold, of
                                               which Erik Smedsvig was manager.
                                               1966: Sold to Partenreederei m.s. “Narwa”
                                               (Hanseatische Reederei Emil Offen & Co.,
                                               managers), Germany, and renamed Narwa.
49. HÖEGH SWORD I (1954-1965)                                                    Type: Tanker

                                  Tonnages:    11 749 gross, 6 879 net, 18 100 deadweight.
                                Dimensions:    559,5 ft length x 70 ft beam, 39,1 ft draught.
                                 Machinery:    6-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                               engine by the shipbuilders.
                                    History:   07.1954: Completed by Eriksbergs M.V.
                                               Gothenburg.
                                               09.1965: Sold to Ångfartygs A/B Alfa (Lund-
                                               qvist Rederierna, managers), Finland and
                                               renamed Sword.




50. HÖEGH SPEAR (1954-1965)                                                      Type: Tanker

                                  Tonnages:    11 749 gross, 6 879 net, 18 100 deadweight.
                                Dimensions:    559,5 ft length x 70 ft beam, 39,1 ft draught.
                                 Machinery:    6-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                               engine by the shipbuilders.
                                    History:   07.1954: Completed by Eriksbergs M.V. Goth-
                                               enburg.
                                               07.1965: Sold to “Bulet” State Economic Enter-
                                               prise, Bulgaria and renamed Hyalite.




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51. HÖEGH SKEAN I (1954-1965)                                                      Type: Tanker

                                   Tonnages:    11 738 gross, 6 862 net, 17 900 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:    559,5 ft length x 70 ft beam, 39,1 ft draught.
                                  Machinery:    9-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                engine by the shipbuilders.
                                     History:   12.1954: Completed by Eriksbergs M.V. Goth-
                                                enburg.
                                                11.1965: Sold to I/S Saga Surf (A/S
                                                A.O.Andersen & Co.’s Eftf., managers), Norway
                                                and renamed Saga Surf.
                                                1967: Sold to Miguel Cia. Nav. S.A., Liberia and
                                                renamed Aktis.




52. HÖEGH GRACE (1956-1965)                                                        Type: Tanker

                                   Tonnages:    20 848 gross, 12 286 net, 32 937 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:    664,6 ft length x 87 ft beam, 46,3 ft draught.
                                  Machinery:    Two steam turbines by the shipbuilders, dou-
                                                ble reduction geared to a single screw shaft.
                                     History:   01.1956: Completed by Kieler Howaldtswerke
                                                A.G., Kiel.
                                                09.1965: Sold to Desert Shipping Company.,
                                                Liberia and renamed Desert Princess.




53. HÖEGH AIGRETTE (1956-1967)                                             Type: General Cargo

                                   Tonnages:    4 746 gross, 2 524 net, 6 107 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:    366,6 ft length x 52 ft beam, 27,2 ft draught.
                                  Machinery:    4-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                engine by N.V. Werkspoor, Amsterdam.
                                     History:   04.1956: Completed by Jos Boel et Fils,
                                                Tamise.
                                                1961: Re-engined. Machinery: 5 cylinder
                                                two-stroke cycle single acting oil engine by
                                                Helsingör Skibsværft & Maskinbyggeri A/S,
                                                Elsinore.
                                                25.11.1967: Sank in a position 51.18N, 1.50E
                                                after being in collision about eight miles N.E.
                                                of the East Goodwin Light vessel with the
                                                Norwegian motor vessel Sunriver, while on
                                                a voyage from Douala to Amsterdam. All on
                                                board were saved.




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54. HÖEGH CAPE (1956-1967)                                                Type: General Cargo

                                   Tonnages:    9 191 gross, 5 286 net, 10 400 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:    495,10 ft length x 64,1 ft beam, 35,9 ft draught.
                                  Machinery:    7-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                engine by Burmeister & Wain, Copenhagen.
                                     History:   06.1956: Completed by Deutsche Werft A. G.
                                                Hamburg.
                                                06.1967: Sold to Indo-China Steam Navigation
                                                Co., Ltd., Hong Kong and renamed Eastern
                                                Cliff.
                                                1967: Resold to Dominion Navigation Co.,
                                                Ltd., Bahamas, although retaining Hong Kong
                                                registry.




55. HÖEGH CLIFF (1956-1967)                                               Type: General Cargo

                                   Tonnages:    9 194 gross, 5 274 net, 10 400 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:    495,10 ft length x 64,1 ft beam, 35,9 ft draught.
                                  Machinery:    7-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                engine by Burmeister & Wain, Copenhagen.
                                     History:   08.1956: Completed by Deutsche Werft A. G.
                                                Hamburg.
                                                07.1967: Sold to Indo-China Steam Navigation
                                                Co., Ltd., Hong Kong and renamed Eastern
                                                Cape.




56. HÖEGH FALCON I (1956-1968)                                                    Type: Tanker

                                   Tonnages:    20 825 gross, 12 501 net, 34 705 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:    659,3 ft length x 86,2 ft beam, 46,2 ft draught.
                                  Machinery:    10-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                engine by the shipbuilders.
                                     History:   12.1956: Completed by Eriksbergs M.V. Goth-
                                                enburg.
                                                06.1968: Sold to Marvenusto Cia. Nav., Greece
                                                and renamed Conqueror Colocotronis.




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57. HÖEGH ARIELLE (1957-1968)                                              Type: General Cargo

                                   Tonnages:    1 753 gross, 916 net, 2 542 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:    256,2 ft length x 40,1 ft beam,
                                                20,2 ft draught.
                                  Machinery:    9-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                engine by the Sulzer Bros. Ltd., Winterthur.
                                     History:   05.1957: Completed by Drammen Slip og
                                                verksted, Drammen.
                                                06.1969: Sold to Ankan Shipping Co., Ltd.,
                                                Somali Republic and renamed Fair Dragon.




58. HÖEGH FAIR (1957-1969)                                                         Type: Tanker

                                   Tonnages:    20 888 gross, 12 339 net, 34 480 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:    664,7 ft length x 87 ft beam, 34,10 ft draught.
                                  Machinery:    10-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                engine of Burmeister & Wain type by Eriks-
                                                bergs M.V., Gothenburg.
                                     History:   08.1957: Completed by Kieler Howaldtswerke
                                                A.G., Kiel.
                                                03.1969: Sold to Saint Nicholas Maritime Co.,
                                                Monrovia and renamed St. Grigorousa.




59. HÖEGH FAVOUR I (1957-1966)                                                     Type: Tanker

                                   Tonnages:    20 888 gross, 12 339 net, 32 533 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:    664,6 ft length x 87 ft beam, 46,3 ft draught.
                                  Machinery:    10-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                engine by Eriksbergs M.V., Gothenburg.
                                     History:   11.1957: Completed by Kieler Howaldtswerke
                                                A.G., Kiel.
                                                06.1966: Sold to Jugoslavenska Tankerska
                                                Plovidba, Yugoslavia and renamed Silba.




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60. HÖEGH FORUM I (1957-1968)                                                                       Type: Tanker

                                                   Tonnages:      21 202 gross, 12 522 net, 35 220 deadweight.
                                                 Dimensions:      676,2 ft length x 86,4 ft beam, 46,9 ft draught.
                                                  Machinery:      10-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                                  engine by Burmeister & Wain, Copenhagen.
                                                      History:    12.1957: Completed by Ateliers et Chantiers
                                                                  de France, Dunkirk.
                                                                  04.1968: Sold to Saint Anastasios Maritime
                                                                  Co., Ltd., Liberia and renamed Tassos V.




61. HÖEGH CAIRN I (1958-1968)                                                               Type: General Cargo




  Tonnages:    8 438 gross, 5317 net, 12 387 deadweight.
Dimensions:    514,6 ft length x 64,8 ft beam, 34 ft draught.
 Machinery:    8-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil engine by the shipbuilders.
    History:   01.1958: Completed by Blohm & Voss, A.G., Hamburg.
               09.1968: Sold to Saint Constantine Maritime Co., Ltd., Liberia and renamed St.Constantine.




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62. HÖEGH BRUSE/HÖEGH COLLIER (1958-1961)                                                            Type: Tanker




   Tonnages:    2 623 gross, 1 408 net, 3 660 deadweight.
 Dimensions:    293,6 ft length x 46,1 ft beam, 21,9 ft draught.
  Machinery:    3-cylinder triple expansion steam engine by the shipbuilders.
     History:   07.1930: Completed by Flensburger Schiffsbau Gesellschaft, Flensburg as Adele Traber for W. Traber
                & Co., Germany.
                05.1945: Taken as a prize at Kiel by the Royal navy, handed over to the Ministry of War Transport -
                for whom she was managed by Sir R. Ropner & Co., Ltd., - and renamed Empire Oykell.
                1946: Allocated to Norway as a prize and renamed Bruse, being managed on behalf of the Norwe-
                gian State Railways by Fred.Olsen & Co.
                01.1958: Bought by LHC and renamed Höegh Bruse. Later that year renamed Höegh Collier.
                02.1961: Sold to OY Propsshipping Ltd., Finland and renamed Pomo.
                1967: Sold to Rauman Rahtaus OY (Rauma Chartering Ltd.), Finland and renamed Tomi.
                02.1968: Arrived at Spezia to be scrapped by Cantieri Navali del Golfo.



63. HÖEGH LANCE I (1958-1960)                                                                        Type: Tanker

                                                    Tonnages:     12 839 gross, 7 501 net, 19 284 deadweight.
                                                  Dimensions:     571,4 ft length x 72,4 ft beam, 41,1 ft draught.
                                                   Machinery:     5-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                                  engine by the shipbuilders.
                                                       History:   07.1951: Completed by John Brown & CO.,
                                                                  Ltd., Clydebank as Kipawa for Unitas, Inc.,
                                                                  Panama.
                                                                  1955: Owner’s name changed to Southern
                                                                  Seas Inc.
                                                                  02.1958: Bought by LHC and renamed Höegh
                                                                  Lance.
                                                                  01.1960: Sold to “Mauritius” Cia. Di Nav.,
                                                                  S.p.A., Italy and renamed Marlaura.
                                                                  1967: Sold to Santa Maria Trading Co., Inc.
                                                                  Liberia and renamed Endeavour.
                                                                  1967: Sold to Thoukides Navegacion S.A.,
                                                                  Liberia and renamed Dona Alexandra.




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64. HÖEGH FOAM I (1958-1965)                                                     Type: Tanker

                                  Tonnages:    16 258 gross, 9 424 net, 24 838 deadweight.
                                Dimensions:    614,8 ft length x 76,8 ft beam, 42,9 ft draught.
                                 Machinery:    8-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                               engine by the shipbuilders.
                                    History:   03.1958: Completed by S.A. Cockerill-Ougree,
                                               Hoboken.
                                               09.1965: Sold to Astrocielo Cia. Nav., S.A.,
                                               Liberia and renamed Arthur P.




65. HÖEGH AILETTE (1958-1972)                                            Type: General Cargo

                                  Tonnages:    5 108 gross, 2 695 net, 7 105 deadweight.
                                Dimensions:    381,2 ft length x 52,6 ft beam, 26,3 ft draught.
                                 Machinery:    6-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                               engine by the Sulzer Bros. Ltd., Winterthur.
                                    History:   06.1958: Completed by Drammen Slip og
                                               Verksted, Drammen.
                                               10.1972: Sold to Aries Shipping (Singapore)
                                               Ltd. and renamed Ariane.




66. HÖEGH DRAKE I (1958-1969)                                            Type: General Cargo

                                  Tonnages:    9 915 gross, 5 539 net, 13 145 deadweight.
                                Dimensions:    515,6 ft length x 64,2 ft beam, 29,10 ft draught.
                                 Machinery:    6-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                               engine by Burmeister & Wain.
                                    History:   08.1958: Completed by Kieler Howaldtswerke
                                               A.G., Kiel.
                                               05.1969: Sold to Øivind Lorentzen, Oslo and
                                               renamed Nopal Vega.




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67. HÖEGH ARIANE (1958-1965)                                                                Type: General Cargo

                                                   Tonnages:     1 782 gross, 916 net, 2 610 deadweight.
                                                 Dimensions:     256,2 ft length x 40,1 ft beam, 20,3 ft draught.
                                                  Machinery:     6-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                                 engine by the Sulzer Bros. Ltd., Winterthur.
                                                     History:    09.1958: Completed by Drammen Slip og
                                                                 verksted, Drammen.
                                                                 08.1965: Sold to British Columbia S.S. (1962)
                                                                 Co., Ltd., Canada and renamed Island Prince.
                                                                 1968: Sold to Northland Navigation Co., Ltd.,
                                                                 Canada.




68. HÖEGH BINNY (1959-1973)                                                                  Type: General cargo




   Tonnages:    3 423 gross, 4 625 deadweight.
 Dimensions:    328,6 length, 47,7 beam, 24,9 ft draught.
  Machinery:    6-cyl MAN diesel engine, 3180 bhk, 12 knots.
     History:   16.4.1959: Delivered by Fr Lürssen Werft, Bremen as Binny to AS Schanches Rederi (50%) and AS
                Bisca (50%, subsidiary of LHC), managed by Sophus Schanche, Bergen. Operated on T/VC to liner
                operators, including Höegh Line West Africa Service.
                06.1966: As Schanches Rederi in liquidation, stake purchased by AS Binta. From 01.1967 renamed
                Höegh Binny during the winter period, when employed on West Africa, and reverted to Binny in May
                each year for the Norway-Spitsbergen coal and supply trade.
                06.1973: Sold to Bergen Shipping Service (Sophus Schanche), Bergen, renamed Binny.
                09.1973: Sold to Palmera Cia Naviera SA, Panama and renamed Uniparagon.
                11.1974: To Concorde Shipping Co. Ltd, Piraeus and renamed Naweza.
                1982: To Ceyoceanic Ltd. Colombia as Ceylion.
                1992: Deleted Lloyd’s Register.




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69. HÖEGH AURORE (1959-1972)                                               Type: General Cargo

                                    Tonnages:    5 122 gross, 2 710 net, 7 105 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:    381,2 ft length x 52,7 ft beam, 26,3 ft draught.
                                   Machinery:    10-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                 engine by the Sulzer Bros. Ltd., Winterthur.
                                      History:   02.1959: Completed by Drammen Slip og
                                                 verksted, Drammen.
                                                 07.1972: Sold to Aries Shipping (Singapore)
                                                 Ltd. and renamed Aurore.




70. HÖEGH TRADER IV (1959-1965)                                               Type: Bulk carrier

                                    Tonnages:    15 016 gross, 9 485 net, 22 290 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:    563,8 ft length x 73,8 ft beam,
                                                 43,4 ft draught.
                                   Machinery:    6-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                 engine by Burmeister & Wain.
                                      History:   08.1959: Completed by Kieler Howaldtswerke
                                                 A.G., Kiel.
                                                 12.1965: Sold to Kommandittselskapet
                                                 Billabong (Forenede Rederier - Bjørn Østervold
                                                 and Per F. Waaler & Co., managers), Norway
                                                 and renamed Star Ballarat.
                                                 1966: Extensively rebuilt by Swan Hunter
                                                 Group Ltd. On the Tyne, tonnages thereafter
                                                 15436 gross, 8212 net, 21020 deadweight.




71. HÖEGH DENE I (1959-1979)                                               Type: General Cargo

                                    Tonnages:    9 870 gross, 5 511 net, 12 886 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:    515,6 ft length x 64,1 ft beam,
                                                 29,10 ft draught.
                                   Machinery:    8-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                 engine of M.A.N. by the shipbuilders.
                                      History:   09.1959: Completed by Kieler Howaldtswerke
                                                 A.G., Kiel.
                                                 08.1979: Sold to Gesuri Lloyd, Jakarta and
                                                 renamed Pulan Nias.




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72. HÖEGH FULMAR I (1960-1968)                                                     Type: Tanker

                                   Tonnages:    22 699 gross, 13 501 net, 38 425 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:    682,6 ft length x 87,3 ft beam, 49 ft draught.
                                  Machinery:    10-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                engine by the shipbuilders.
                                     History:   03.1960: Completed by Eriksbergs M.V.
                                                Gothenburg.
                                                11.1968: Sold to Messrs. Mamidakis, London
                                                and renamed Georgios.




73. HÖEGH GALLEON (1960-1969)                                                      Type: Tanker

                                   Tonnages:    30 347 gross, 17 549 net, 51 480 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:    730 ft length x 102,4 ft beam, 38,1 ft draught.
                                  Machinery:    Two steam turbines by the shipbuilders, dou-
                                                ble reduction geared to a single screw shaft.
                                     History:   05.1960: Completed by Kieler Howaldtswerke
                                                A.G., Kiel.
                                                03.1969: Sold to Astro Mandante navegacion
                                                I.A., Panama and renamed Valiant Coloco-
                                                tronis.




74. HÖEGH GANNET (1960-1968)                                                       Type: Tanker

                                   Tonnages:    24 906 gross, 16 069 net, 40 237 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:    707,2 ft length x 90,3 ft beam, 49,7 ft draught.
                                  Machinery:    Two steam turbines by the shipbuilders, dou-
                                                ble reduction geared to a single screw shaft
                                     History:   06.1960: Completed by Kieler Howaldtswerke
                                                A.G., Kiel.
                                                1967: Höegh Gannet went through a conver-
                                                sion which increased all three main dimen-
                                                sions by a so-called 3-Dimensional Jum-
                                                boizing. This conversion was carried out at
                                                Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Kobe. Tonnages:
                                                40908 gross, 29370 net, 75912 deadweight.
                                                Dimensions: 837 ft 9 length x 115 ft 1 in beam.
                                                06.1968: Sold to Conquista Armadora S.A.,
                                                Greece and renamed Yangos Colocotronis.




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75. EUROPAFERGEN (1960-1965)                                        Type: Passenger/car ferry

                                  Tonnages:    2 209 gross, 860 net, 1 184 deadweight.
                                Dimensions:    287 length, 51 beam, 15,6 ft draught.
                                 Machinery:    2x7-cyl B&W engines, 3920 bhp, 15 knots.
                                    History:   05.1960: Completed by Marinens Hovedverft
                                               to I/S Europafergen (50/50 venture between
                                               Höegh and Christiania-Portland).
                                               01.11.1965: Sold to Lion Ferry AB.
                                               12.1978: Sold to Hitta Establishment, Jeddah
                                               and renamed Saudi Golden Arrow.
                                               1989: Sold to Sadaka Shipping Lines, Jeddah.




76. HÖEGH GALLANT (1961-1969)                                                    Type: Tanker

                                  Tonnages:    29 790 gross, 17 950 net, 50 080 deadweight.
                                Dimensions:    742,3 ft length x 100,3 ft beam,
                                 Machinery:    37,11 ft draught.
                                               Two steam turbines by Allgemeine Electricitäts
                                    History:   Gesellschaft, berlin, double reduction geared
                                               to a single screw shaft.
                                               02.1961: Built in two sections by Deutsche
                                               Werft A. G. Hamburg as Bergebig for Sig.
                                               Bergesen d.y. & Co., Norway but before
                                               completion bought by LHC and renamed
                                               Höegh Gallant.
                                               02.1969: Sold to Colocotronis Ltd., London and
                                               renamed Gallant Colocotronis.




77. HÖEGH BENIN (1961-1975)                                              Type: General Cargo

                                  Tonnages:    5 610 gross, 3 178 net, 8 150 deadweight.
                                Dimensions:    405,6 ft length x 55,7 ft beam, 26,5 ft draught.
                                 Machinery:    6-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                               engine by the Sulzer Bros. Ltd., Winterthur.
                                    History:   05.1961: Completed by Drammen Slip og
                                               Verksted, Drammen.
                                               1971: Lengthened by Boele’s Scheepswerven
                                               en machinefabriek. Tonnages: 6 519 gross,
                                               3 905 net, 9 584 deadweight. Dimensions: 477
                                               ft length x 55,6 ft beam, 24,11 ft draught.
                                               11.1975: Sold to Fotis. G. Georgopoulos,
                                               Piraeus and renamed Nissos Skyros.




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78. HÖEGH BISCAY I (1961-1975)                                                      Type: General Cargo

                                            Tonnages:    5 612 gross, 3 179 net, 8 150 deadweight.
                                          Dimensions:    405,6 ft length x 55,7 ft beam, 26,5 ft draught.
                                           Machinery:    6-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                         engine by the Sulzer Bros. Ltd., Winterthur.
                                              History:   11.1961: Completed by Drammen Slip og
                                                         Verksted, Drammen.
                                                         1972: Lengthened by Boele’s Scheepswerven
                                                         en machinefabriek. Tonnages: 6 526 gross,
                                                         3 916 net, 9 520 deadweight. Dimensions:
                                                         477,7 ft length x 55,6 ft beam, 24,11 ft
                                                         draught.
                                                         12.1975: Sold to Jordan H. Transmars Navira
                                                         Chilena Ltda., Chile and renamed Condor.




79. HÖEGH TRANSPORTER II (1962-1965)                                                   Type: Bulk carrier

                                            Tonnages:    15 617 gross, 9 200 net, 22 075 deadweight.
                                          Dimensions:    584,2 ft length x 74,10 ft beam,
                                                         41,3 ft draught.
                                           Machinery:    6-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                         engine by Societe des Forges et Ateliers du
                                                         Creusot, le Creusot.
                                              History:   02.1962: Completed by Ateliers et Chantiers
                                                         de Dunkerque et Bordeaux (France-Gironde),
                                                         Dunkirk.
                                                         08.1965: Sold to Olsen Daughter A/S, Norway
                                                         and renamed Fruen.




80. HÖEGH BANNIERE I / SAINT DOMINIQUE (1962-1979)                                  Type: General Cargo

                                            Tonnages:    6 162 gross, 3 443 net, 8 250 deadweight.
                                          Dimensions:    424,9 ft length x 57,8 ft beam, 27 ft draught.
                                           Machinery:    5-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                         engine by the Sulzer Bros. Ltd., Winterthur.
                                              History:   06.1962: Completed by Drammen Slip og
                                                         Verksted, Drammen.
                                                         1971: Lengthened by Boele’s Scheepswerven
                                                         en machinefabriek. Tonnages: 6 980 gross,
                                                         4 368 net, 9 829 deadweight. Dimensions:
                                                         497,2 ft length x 57,6 ft beam x 25,3 ft draught.
                                                         05.1973: Sold to Société Navale de l’Ouest,
                                                         Paris (French company owned by LHC) and
                                                         renamed Saint Dominique.
                                                         1979: Sold to Villamoura Maritime, Piraeus and
                                                         renamed Dominique.
                                                         1983: Scrapped.




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81. HÖEGH DYKE I (1962-1979)                                                 Type: General Cargo

                                      Tonnages:    9 974 gross, 5 596 net, 13 005 deadweight.
                                    Dimensions:    515,6 ft length x 64,2 ft beam, 29,10 ft draught.
                                     Machinery:    8-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                   engine of M.A.N. by the shipbuilders.
                                        History:   07.1962: Completed by Kieler Howaldtswerke
                                                   A.G., Kiel.
                                                   07.1979: Sold to Gesuri Lloyd, Jakarta and
                                                   renamed Pulau Bali.




82. HÖEGH GANDRIA I (1962-1970)                                                      Type: Tanker

                                      Tonnages:    32 601 gross, 17 373 net, 51 149 deadweight.
                                    Dimensions:    740,1 ft length x 102,2 ft beam, 39,4 ft draught.
                                                   10-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                     Machinery:    engine of Burmeister & Wain type by Fried.
                                                   Krupp Dieselmotoren G.m.b.H., Essen.
                                        History:   10.1962: Completed by Kieler Howaldtswerke
                                                   A.G., Kiel.
                                                   1968: Höegh Gandria went through a conver-
                                                   sion which increased all three main dimensions,
                                                   in the same way as it was done for Höegh
                                                   Gannet in 1967. Also for Höegh Gandria the
                                                   conversion took place at Mitsubishi, Kobe and
                                                   these two vessels were at the time the only ones
                                                   in the world, which had gone through this kind
                                                   off conversion. Tonnages: 48 500 gross,
                                                   86 265 deadweight. Dimensions: 841,6 ft length
                                                   x 120 ft beam x 47,5 ft draught.
                                                   05.1970: Sold to Jensens Rederi, Arendal and
                                                   renamed Cerno.

83. HÖEGH TRAVELLER I (1962-1967)                                               Type: Bulk carrier

                                      Tonnages:    15 619 gross, 9 209 net, 22 145 deadweight.
                                    Dimensions:    584,2 ft length x 74,10 ft beam,
                                                   41,3 draught.
                                     Machinery:    6-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                   engine by Societe des Forges et Ateliers du
                                                   Creusot, le Creusot.
                                        History:   10.1962: Completed by Ateliers et Chantiers
                                                   de Dunkerque et Bordeaux (France-Gironde),
                                                   Dunkirk.
                                                   07.1967: Sold to Greyfin Corporation, Liberia
                                                   and renamed Sophia Colocotronis.
                                                   1968: Sold to Amaclio Shipping Co., Ltd.,
                                                   Greece.




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84. HÖEGH BELLE II / SAINT DIDIER (1962-1979)                                             Type: General Cargo

                                                  Tonnages:    6 157 gross, 3 443 net, 8 250 deadweight.
                                                Dimensions:    424,9 ft length x 57,8 ft beam, 27 ft draught.
                                                 Machinery:    5-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                               engine by the Sulzer Bros. Ltd., Winterthur.
                                                    History:   12.1962: Completed by Drammen Slip og
                                                               Verksted, Drammen.
                                                               1971: Lengthened by Boele’s Scheepswerven
                                                               en Machinenfabriek. Tonnages: 6 982 gross,
                                                               4 370 net, 9 918 deadweight. Dimensions:
                                                               497,2 ft length x 57,6 ft beam x 25,8 ft draught.
                                                               1973: Sold to Sociéte Navale de l`Ouest,
                                                               Paris (French company owned by LHC) and
                                                               renamed Saint Didier.
                                                               12.1979: Sold to Jay Marine Inc. Piraeus and
                                                               renamed Didier.
                                                               1983: Scrapped.




85. HÖEGH ELAN (1963-1979)                                                                Type: General Cargo

                                                  Tonnages:    10 988 gross, 6 283 net, 14 488 deadweight.
                                                Dimensions:    515,6 ft length x 65,1 ft beam, 30,8 ft draught.
                                                 Machinery:    10-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                               engine of Burmeister & Wain type by Société
                                                               des Froges et Ateliers du Creusot, Le Creusot.
                                                    History:   07.1963: Completed by Ateliers et Chantiers
                                                               de Dunkerque et Bordeaux (France-Gironde),
                                                               Dunkirk.
                                                               07.1979: Sold to Gesuri Lloyd, Jakarta and
                                                               renamed Gurami.




86. HÖEGH ELITE (1964-1979)                                                               Type: General Cargo

                                                  Tonnages:    10 988 gross, 6 280 net, 14 548 deadweight.
                                                Dimensions:    515,6 ft length x 65,1 ft beam, 30,6 ft draught.
                                                 Machinery:    7-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                               engine of Burmeister & Wain type by Société
                                                               des Froges et Ateliers du Creusot, Le Creusot.
                                                    History:   02.1964: Completed by Ateliers et Chantiers
                                                               de Dunkerque et Bordeaux (France-Gironde),
                                                               Dunkirk.
                                                               07.1979: Sold to Gesuri Lloyd, Jakarta and
                                                               renamed Gabus.




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87. HÖEGH HELM (1964-1969)                                                 Type: Ore/Oil Carrier

                                    Tonnages:    35 719 gross, 21 251 net, 58 280 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:    773,1 ft length x 105,11 ft beam,
                                                 39,11 ft draught.
                                   Machinery:    8-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                 engine of Götaverken type by the shipbuilders.
                                      History:   05.1964: Completed by Kieler Howaldtswerke
                                                 A.G., Kiel.
                                                 04.1969: Sold to to Howard Smith Industries
                                                 Pty. Ltd., Sydney and renamed Howard Smith.




88. VARBERG (1964-1965)                                              Type: Passenger/car ferry

                                    Tonnages:    2 209 gross, 860 net, 1 184 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:    229,7 length, 37,8 beam, 14,4 ft draught.
                                   Machinery:    2x8-cyl B&W engines, 4200 bhp, 16 knots.
                                      History:   1940: Completed by Aalborg Værft AS as
                                                 Marsk Stig to AS Grenaa-Hundested Færger-
                                                 fart, Grenå.
                                                 1942-1945: Requisitioned by Kriegsmarine,
                                                 navel service.
                                                 27.06.1964: Acquired by I/S Europafergen
                                                 (50/50 venture between Höegh and Christian-
                                                 ia-Portland) and renamed Varberg.
                                                 01.11.1965: Sold to Lion Ferry AB.
                                                 05.1966: Capsized in floating dock at Falken-
                                                 berg, declared total loss.
                                                 10.1966: Sold to Rederi AB Sally, Mariehamn.
                                                 04.1968: Repairs completed as Viking 2.
                                                 02.1978: Fire damaged during winter lay-up
                                                 and sold for breaking.
                                                        04.1968: Repairs completed as Viking 2.

89. HÖEGH LANCE II (1965-1969 )                                                    Type: Tanker

                                    Tonnages:    43 277 gross, 26 632 net, 78 085 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:    800 ft length x 120,2 ft beam, 41,6 ft draught.
                                   Machinery:    10-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                 engine of M.A.N. by the shipbuilders.
                                      History:   02.1965: Completed by Kockums Mekani-
                                                 ska Verkstads A/B, Malmö, the construction
                                                 contract having been taken over by LHC from
                                                 Standard Vaccum Oil Co.
                                                 12.1969: Sold to E.M.J. Colocotronis and
                                                 renamed Historic Colocotronis.




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90. HÖEGH HOOD II (1965-1968)                                               Type: Ore/Oil Carrier

                                    Tonnages:    37 339 gross, 23 091 net, 63 615 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:    788,1 ft length x 108,2 ft beam, 55,7 draught.
                                   Machinery:    9-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                 engine by Société des Forges et Ateliers du
                                                 Creusot, le Creusot.
                                      History:   03.1965: Completed by Ateliers et Chantiers
                                                 de Dunkerque et Bordeaux (France-Gironde),
                                                 Dunkirk.
                                                 08.1968: Sold to Estrelle Venturosa Cia. Nav.
                                                 S.A., Greece and renamed Epic Colocotronis.




91. HÖEGH LAUREL I (1965-1973)                                                      Type: Tanker

                                    Tonnages:    47 434 gross, 31 720 net, 85 480 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:    817,3 ft length x 124,2 ft beam,
                                                 45,1 ft draught.
                                   Machinery:    Two steam turbines by the shipbuilders, dou-
                                                 ble reduction geared to a single screw shaft.
                                      History:   11.1965: Completed by Kieler Howaldtswerke
                                                 A.G., Kiel.
                                                 02.1973: Sold to Miramar Armadora S.A.,
                                                 Greece and renamed Katingo Colocotronis.




92. HÖEGH MALLARD I (1966-1974)                                       Type: Bulk/Vehicle Carrier

                                    Tonnages:    16 468 gross, 8 624 net, 24 978 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:    585,8 ft length x 75 ft beam, 32,2 ft draught.
                                   Machinery:    7-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                 engine of M.A.N. by the shipbuilders.
                                      History:   04.1966: Completed by Kawasaki Dockyard
                                                 Co. Ltd., Kobe.
                                                 10.1974: Sold to Jumbo Maritime Corp,
                                                 Monrovia and renamed Southern Ruby.




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93. HÖEGH MARLIN I (1966-1974)                                           Type: Bulk/Vehicle Carrier

                                       Tonnages:    16 504 gross, 8 470 net, 24 645 deadweight.
                                     Dimensions:    585,8 ft length x 75 ft in beam, 32,2 ft draught.
                                      Machinery:    7-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                    engine of Sulzer type by Maizuru Shipbuilding
                                                    & Engineering Co., Ltd., Maizuru.
                                         History:   08.1966: Completed by Osaka Zosensho K.K.,
                                                    Osaka.
                                                    06.1974: Sold to Mar de Oro Naviera S.A.,
                                                    Panama and renamed Pan Pacific.




94. HÖEGH MERCHANT III (1966-1974)                                       Type: Bulk/Vehicle Carrier

                                       Tonnages:    16 464 gross, 8 547 net, 24 915 deadweight.
                                     Dimensions:    585,8 ft length x 75 ft beam, 32,2 ft draught.
                                      Machinery:    7-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                    engine of M.A.N. type by Kawasaki Dockyard
                                                    Co. Ltd., Kobe.
                                         History:   08.1966: Completed by Hakodate Dock Co.
                                                    Ltd., Hakodate.
                                                    09.1974: Sold to Valiant Steamship Co. Ltd.,
                                                    London and renamed Avon.




95. HÖEGH MERIT I (1966-1974)                                            Type: Bulk/Vehicle Carrier

                                       Tonnages:    16 464 gross, 8 547 net, 24 820 deadweight.
                                     Dimensions:    585,8 ft length x 75 ft beam, 32,10 ft draught.
                                      Machinery:    7-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                    engine of M.A.N. type by Kawasaki Dockyard
                                                    Co. Ltd., Kobe.
                                         History:   10.1966: Completed by Hakodate Dock Co.
                                                    Ltd., Hakodate.
                                                    10.1974: Sold to Immingham Shipping Co. Ltd.,
                                                    Liberia and renamed Barry.




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96. HÖEGH RANGER II (1966-1981)                                         Type: Oil/Bulk/Ore Carrier

                                      Tonnages:    42 096 gross, 26 791 net, 68 512 deadweight.
                                    Dimensions:    795,7 ft length x 105,10 ft beam,
                                                   44,11 ft draught.
                                     Machinery:    8-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                   engine of M.A.N. by the shipbuilders.
                                        History:   12.1966: Completed by Kawasaki Dockyard
                                                   Co. Ltd., Kobe.
                                                   11.1981: Sold to Pacific Tradition Navigation
                                                   Corp. of Panama R.R. and renamed Panamax
                                                   Star.




97. HÖEGH RAY III (1967-1978)                                           Type: Oil/Bulk/Ore Carrier

                                      Tonnages:    42 095 gross, 26 793 net, 68 543 deadweight.
                                    Dimensions:    795,7 ft length x 105,10 ft beam,
                                                   44,11 ft draught.
                                     Machinery:    8-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                   engine of M.A.N. by the shipbuilders.
                                        History:   02.1967: Completed by Kawasaki Dockyard
                                                   Co. Ltd., Kobe.
                                                   11.1978: Sold to Vega Shipping Corp., Grand
                                                   Cayman Island and renamed Vega Stingray.




98. HÖEGH MUSKETEER I (1967-1974)                                       Type: Bulk/Vehicle Carrier

                                      Tonnages:    16 464 gross, 8 547 net, 24 810 deadweight.
                                    Dimensions:    585,8 ft length x 74,11 ft beam,
                                                   32,10 ft draught.
                                     Machinery:    7-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                   engine of M.A.N. type by Kawasaki Dockyard
                                                   Co. Ltd., Kobe.
                                        History:   03.1967: Completed by Hakodate Dock Co.
                                                   Ltd., Hakodate.
                                                   10.1974: Sold to Valiant Shipping Co. Inc.,
                                                   Liberia and renamed Valiant Racer.




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99. HÖEGH OPAL (1967-1982)                                               Type: General Cargo

                                  Tonnages:    9 874 gross, 6 158 net, 14 950 deadweight.
                                Dimensions:    515,6 ft length x 68,1 ft beam, 32 ft draught.
                                 Machinery:    6-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                               engine of Sulzer design by the shipbuilders.
                                    History:   09.1967: Completed by OY Wärtsilä AB, Åbo.
                                               1976: Lengthened by Kawasaki, Kobe. Ton-
                                               nages: 12 081 gross, 8 276 net, 18 208 dead-
                                               weight. Dimensions: 599,75 ft length x 67,58 ft
                                               beam x 30,83 ft draught.
                                               06.1982: Sold to Gama Inc. I, Panama and
                                               renamed Gama Getah. On bareboat charter
                                               to Gesuri Lloyd, Jakarta and on timecharter to
                                               LHC. Continued in Höegh Lines until 1984.




100. GADUS (1967-1976)                                                  Type: Factory Trawler

                                  Tonnages:    1 530 gross.
                                Dimensions:    263,4 length, 43,8 beam, 22,5 ft draught.
                                 Machinery:    2x8-cyl Wärtsilä engines, 3600 bhp.
                                    History:   10.1967: Delivered by Trondhjems Mek Verk-
                                               sted, Trondheim to Gadus AS Ålesund (a LHC
                                               company).
                                               02.1976: Sold to Star Offshore Services Ltd,
                                               London and renamed Star Pisces. Converted
                                               Boele’s Scheepswerven, Bolnes to diving sup-
                                               port ship, 1581 gross.
                                               1979: Sold to Thalassa Offshore (Scotland)
                                               Ltd, Aberdeen.
                                               03.1980: Sold to Sub Sea Oil Service SpA,
                                               Rome, renamed Subsea Buccaneer.
                                               1989: Sold to Micoperi SpA, Pescara and in
                                               1991 to Armare Srl, Napoli and renamed Rav-
                                               ello and in 1993 to Diamar Srl, Napoli.



101. HÖEGH ORCHID (1968-1982)                                            Type: General Cargo

                                  Tonnages:    9 874 gross, 6 101 net, 14 950 deadweight.
                                Dimensions:    515,6 ft length x 68,1 ft beam, 31,2 ft draught.
                                 Machinery:    6-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                               engine of Sulzer design by the shipbuilders.
                                    History:   01.1968: Completed by OY Wärtsilä AB, Åbo.
                                               1976: Lengthened by Kawasaki, Kobe. Ton-
                                               nages: 12 081 gross, 8 276 net, 18 208 dead-
                                               weight. Dimensions: 599,75 ft length x 67,58 ft
                                               beam x 30,83 ft draught.
                                               06.1982: Sold to Gama Inc. II, Panama and
                                               renamed Gama Pala. On bareboat charter to
                                               Gesuri Lloyd, Jakarta and on timecharter to
                                               LHC. Continued in Höegh Lines until 1985.




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102. HÖEGH ORRIS (1968-1982)                                                Type: General Cargo

                                    Tonnages:    9 874 gross, 6 101 net, 14 360 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:    515,6 ft length x 68,1 ft beam, 31,2 ft draught.
                                   Machinery:    6-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                 engine of Sulzer design by the shipbuilders.
                                      History:   02.1968: Completed by OY Wärtsilä AB, Åbo.
                                                 1976: Lengthened by Kawasaki, Kobe. Ton-
                                                 nages: 12 081 gross, 8 276 net, 18 208 dead-
                                                 weight. Dimensions: 599,75 ft length x 67,58 ft
                                                 beam x 30,83 ft draught.
                                                 06.1982: Sold to Gama Inc. I, Panama and
                                                 renamed Gama Kasia. On bareboat charter to
                                                 Gesuri Lloyd, Jakarta and on timecharter to
                                                 LHC. Continued in Höegh Lines until 1987.




103. HÖEGH RIDER II (1968-1982)                                        Type: Oil/Bulk/Ore Carrier

                                    Tonnages:    57 848 gross, 42 681 net, 93 789 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:    820,5 ft length x 127,11 ft beam, 48 ft draught.
                                   Machinery:    9-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                 engine of M.A.N. design by the shipbuilders.
                                      History:   03.1968: Completed by Kawasaki Dockyard
                                                 Co. Ltd., Kobe.
                                                 03.1982: Sold to Daeyang Shipping Corp. Ltd.,
                                                 Seoul, Rep. of Korea and renamed Daeyang
                                                 Charity.




104. HÖEGH ROVER II (1968-1982)                                        Type: Oil/Bulk/Ore Carrier

                                    Tonnages:    57 848 gross, 42 681 net, 93 855 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:    820,6 ft length x 127,11 ft beam, 48 ft draught.
                                   Machinery:    9-cylinder two-stroke cycle single acting oil
                                                 engine of M.A.N. design by the shipbuilders.
                                      History:   05.1968: Completed by Kawasaki Dockyard
                                                 Co. Ltd., Kobe.
                                                 03.1982: Sold to Daeyang Shipping Corp. Ltd.,
                                                 Seoul, Rep. of Korea and renamed Daeyang
                                                 Bounty.




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105. HÖEGH SCOUT II (1968-1974)                                               Type: LPG Carrier

                                     Tonnages:    2 994 gross, 1 672 net, 3 227 deadweight.
                                   Dimensions:    334,8 ft length x 47,3 ft beam,
                                                  18,9 1/8 ft draught.
                                    Machinery:    Sulzer 9 TAG 36, 2340 BHP.
                                      History:    02.1968: Completed by Kristiansands Mek.
                                                  Verksted, Kristiansand, as Rita for Finn
                                                  Stephansen-Smith as disponent owner. Before
                                                  completion bought by LHC and renamed
                                                  Höegh Scout.
                                                  06.1974: Sold to Compagnia Internazionale
                                                  Stoccaggi Prodotti Petroliferi S.p.A., Trieste
                                                  and renamed Christina Montanari.




106. GADUS II (1969-1977)                                                 Type: Factory Trawler

                                     Tonnages:    1 517 gross.
                                   Dimensions:    263,4 length, 43,8 beam, 22,5 ft draught.
                                    Machinery:    4x8-cyl Wärtsilä engines, 4260 bhp.
                                       History:   10.1969: Delivered by Trondhjems Mek Verk-
                                                  sted, Trondheim to Gadus AS Ålesund (a LHC
                                                  company).
                                                  06.1976: Withdrawn from fishing, laid up.
                                                  09.1977: Sold to Karlsen Shipping Co. Ltd,
                                                  Halifax renamed Gadus Atlantica.
                                                  1996: To Sea Freeze Ltd, Iceland as Hafn-
                                                  firdingur.




107. HÖEGH MINERVA I (1969-1978)                                      Type: Bulk/Vehicle Carrier

                                     Tonnages:    15 744 gross, 9 357 net, 24 115 deadweight.
                                   Dimensions:    591,6 ft length x 75 ft beam, 33,6 ft draught.
                                    Machinery:    Sulzer 6 RD 76 10500 BHP.
                                       History:   1969: Completed by Kaldnes Mek. Verksted,
                                                  Tønsberg.
                                                  11.1978: Sold to Liberian Vledland Transports
                                                  Inc., Monrovia, Liberia and renamed Golden
                                                  Minerva.




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108. HÖEGH SHIELD II (1969-1983)                                                              Type: LPG Carrier

                                                   Tonnages:     6 817 gross, 3 456 net, 8 645 deadweight.
                                                 Dimensions:     403,17 ft length x 60,67 ft beam,
                                                                 28,83 ft draught.
                                                  Machinery:     Sulzer 6 RD 68 8000 BHP.
                                                    History:     1969: Completed by Moss verft & Dokk, Moss.
                                                                 1971-1977: Joint venture between LHC and
                                                                 Multinational Gas and Petrochemical Co. Ltd.,
                                                                 London. From 1977 fully owned by LHC.
                                                                 05.1983: Sold to Shanto Chartering Inc., Mon-
                                                                 rovia, Liberia an renamed Gas Mariner.




109. HÖEGH BEAVER (1969-1978)                                                               Type: General Cargo




   Tonnages:    7 273 gross, 4 604 net, 10 178 deadweight.
 Dimensions:    496,7 ft length x 55,2 ft beam, 25,95 ft draught (all measures from after lengthening).
  Machinery:    Sulzer 5 RD 68 5500 BHP.
     History:   11.1963: Completed by Art & Ch. De la Seine Maritime, Le Trait, France as NO Røgenæs,
                to Skips - AS Cape Fear, Haugesund.
                04.1964: Renamed Moose Jaw under t/c to Canadian Pacific Steamship.
                12.1968: Renamed Höegh Beaver under t/c to LHC.
                1969: Bought by AS Bisca, Bergen (a subsidiary of LHC) and lengthened by Wilton-Fijenoord N.V.,
                Holland.
                01.1978: Sold to Transmares Naviera Chilena and renamed Copihue.
                05.1981: Sold to Murraya Ocean Shipping Corp. Monrovia as Sheng Li.
                1982: Sold to Sheng Hivi Shipping Co. Ltd, Hong Kong.
                11.1984: Sold to Pakistan for scrapping.




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110. HÖEGH MIRANDA I (1969-1978)                                       Type: Bulk/Vehicle Carrier

                                     Tonnages:    15 744 gross, 9 357 net, 24 115 deadweight.
                                   Dimensions:    591,6 ft length x 75 ft beam, 33,6 ft draught.
                                    Machinery:    Sulzer 6 RD 76 10500 BHP.
                                       History:   1969: Completed by Kaldnes Mek. Verksted,
                                                  Tønsberg.
                                                  07.1978: Sold to Liberian Monor Transports
                                                  Inc., Monrovia and renamed Golden Miranda.




111. HÖEGH TRADER V (1969-1978)                                                 Type: Car Carrier

                                     Tonnages:    21 364 gross, 11 955 net, 34 576 deadweight.
                                   Dimensions:    693,1 ft length x 90,3 ft beam, 36,6 ft draught.
                                    Machinery:    De Laval turbine 16000 BHP.
                                       History:   1958: Completed by Cantieri Rinniti dell’ Adri-
                                                  atica Cantiere Di Montalcone as Esso Windsor
                                                  for Esso Italiana, Rome. 1963 renamed Esso
                                                  Genoa.
                                                  11.1969: Bought by LHC. Converted 1970
                                                  from a tanker to a car carrier in Rijeka, Yugo-
                                                  slavia.
                                                  12.1978: Sold for scrapping to Lien Ho Hsing
                                                  Steel Enterprise Co. Taiwan.




112. HÖEGH MISTRAL (1970-1978)                                         Type: Bulk/Vehicle Carrier

                                     Tonnages:    15 744 gross, 9 357 net, 24 115 deadweight.
                                   Dimensions:    591,6 ft length x 75 ft in beam,
                                                  33,6 ft draught.
                                    Machinery:    Sulzer 6 RD 76 10500 BHP.
                                      History:    1970: Completed by Kaldnes Mek. Verksted,
                                                  Tønsberg.
                                                  09.1978: Sold to Liberian Merino Transports
                                                  Inc., Monrovia and renamed Golden Mistral.




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113. HÖEGH PILOT (1970-1982)                                               Type: General Cargo

                                   Tonnages:    9 849 gross, 6 114 net, 14 750 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:    515,6 ft length x 67,7 ft beam, 26,5 ft draught.
                                  Machinery:    Sulzer 6 RD 76 10500 BHP.
                                     History:   1970: Completed by OY Wärtsilä AB, Åbo.
                                                1976: Lengthened by Kawasaki, Kobe. Ton-
                                                nages: 12 079 gross, 8 300 net, 17 951 dead-
                                                weight. Dimensions: 599,79 ft length x 67,58 ft
                                                beam x 30,92 ft draught.
                                                08.1982: Sold to Gama Inc. II Panama and
                                                renamed Gama Robusta. On bareboat charter
                                                to Gesuri Lloyd, Jakarta and on timecharter to
                                                LHC. Continued in Höegh Lines until 1985.




114. HÖEGH RAINBOW (1970-1983)                                        Type: Oil/Bulk/Ore Carrier

                                   Tonnages:    57 465 gross, 41 848 net, 101 193 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:    820,21 ft length x 127,76 ft beam,
                                                50,91 ft draught.
                                  Machinery:    MAN K9Z 86/160 E 20700 BHP.
                                    History:    1970: Completed by Kawasaki Dockyard Co.
                                                Ltd., Kobe.
                                                01.1983: Sold to Zeuz Denizcilik Ve Ticaret,
                                                Istanbul, Turkey and renamed Obo Zihni.




115. HÖEGH BREEZE (1970-1979)                                              Type: General Cargo

                                   Tonnages:    8 515 gross, 4 711 net, 12 068 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:    494,35 ft length x 65,67 ft beam,
                                                29,08 ft draught.
                                  Machinery:    MAN K9Z 70/120 C 8150 BHP
                                    History:    1964: Completed by Warnowwerft, Warne-
                                                münde as Janecke Reed for Johs.Larsen,
                                                Bergen.
                                                1970: Bought by LHC.
                                                07.1979: Sold to Gesuri Lloyd, Jakarta and
                                                renamed Pulau Batam.




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116. HÖEGH TRANSPORTER III (1970-1979)                                                Type: Car Carrier

                                           Tonnages:    21 670 gross, 12 022 net, 34 614 deadweight.
                                         Dimensions:    694,3 ft length x 90,3 ft beam,
                                                        36,5 ft draught.
                                          Machinery:    AG Weser Turbine 16000 BHP.
                                            History:    1958: Completed by AG Weser, Bremen as
                                                        Esso Winchester for Esso U.K. London. 1969
                                                        renamed Winchester.
                                                        1970: Bought by LHC. Same year converted
                                                        from tanker to a car carrier in Rijeka, Yugo-
                                                        slavia.
                                                        02.1979: Sold to Nissho-Iwai Co. Ltd., Tokyo
                                                        for scrapping.




117. HÖEGH VEDETTE II (1970-1972)                                                 Type: Solvent Carrier

                                           Tonnages:    1 450 gross, 879 net, 3 100 deadweight.
                                         Dimensions:    287,6 ft length x 44 ft beam, 18,2 ft draught.
                                          Machinery:    Sulzer 8 TAG 36, 2080 BHP.
                                             History:   1970: Completed by Trosvik Mek. Verksted,
                                                        Brevik.
                                                        07.1972: Sold to Inter Ocean Carriers Inc.,
                                                        Liberia and renamed Chemie Carrier.




118. HÖEGH PRIDE (1970-1981)                                                      Type: General Cargo

                                           Tonnages:    9 849 gross, 6 114 net, 14 750 deadweight.
                                         Dimensions:    515,6 ft length x 67,7 ft beam,
                                                        32 1/4 ft draught.
                                          Machinery:    Sulzer 6 RD 76 10200 BHP.
                                            History:    1970: Completed by OY Wärtsilä AB, Åbo.
                                                        1976: Lengthened by Kawasaki, Kobe. Ton-
                                                        nages: 12 079 gross, 8 300 net, 17 951 dead-
                                                        weight. Dimensions: 599,75 ft length x 67,58 ft
                                                        beam x 30,92 ft draught.
                                                        12.1981: Sold to Vroons.
                                                        Handels&Scheepvaartonderneming B.V., Hol-
                                                        land and renamed Corriedale Express.




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119. HÖEGH ROBIN (1970-1978)                                       Type: Oil/Bulk/Ore Carrier

                                 Tonnages:    57 462 gross, 41 846 net, 101 176 deadweight.
                               Dimensions:    820,21 ft length x 127,76 ft beam,
                                              50,92 ft draught.
                                Machinery:    MAN K9Z 86/160 E 20700 BHP.
                                  History:    1971: Completed by Kawasaki Heavy Indus-
                                              tries, Sakaide.
                                              11.1978: Sold to Vega Shipping Corp., Grand
                                              Cayman Island and renamed Vaga Seal.




120. HÖEGH HILL (1971-1987)                                              Type: Oil/Ore Carrier

                                 Tonnages:    112 306 gross, 93 735 net, 245 323 deadweight.
                               Dimensions:    1 069,55 ft length x 170,60 ft beam,
                                              67,26 ft draught.
                                Machinery:    Kawasaki “UA” turbine 24000 BHP.
                                  History:    1971: Completed by Kawasaki Heavy Industries,
                                              Sakaide.
                                              06.1986: Flagged out (Panama flag).
                                              05.1987: Sold to Manhattan Shipping Corp.,
                                              Liberia and renamed Olympus. On management
                                              to LHC.




121. SAINT LUC (1971-1973)                                                  Type: Cargo liner

                                 Tonnages:    7 422 gross, 10 038 deadweight.
                               Dimensions:    440,5 length x 60,9 beam, 27,9 ft draught.
                                Machinery:    6-cyl Fiat engine, 4750 bhp, 14,5 knots.
                                   History:   1959: Delivered by Cantieri del Mediterraneo
                                              SpA, Pietra Ligure to Societe Navale de l’Ouest,
                                              Paris.
                                              1971: Company taken over by LHC.
                                              1973: Sold to Soc Ivoirienne de Transports
                                              Maritimes, Abidjan, renamed Agou.
                                              1977: Sold to Greek buyers.
                                              1978: Broken up in San Esteban de Pravia,
                                              Spain.




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122. SAINT MARC (1971-1973)                                                   Type: Cargo liner

                                    Tonnages:    7 422 gross, 10 038 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:    440,5 length x 60,9 beam, 27,9 ft draught.
                                   Machinery:    6-cyl Fiat engine, 4750 bhp, 14,5 knots.
                                      History:   1959: Delivered to Cantieri del Mediterra-
                                                 neo SpA, Pietra Ligure to Societe Navale de
                                                 l’Ouest, Paris.
                                                 1971: Company taken over by LHC.
                                                 1973: Sold to Soc Ivoirienne de Transports
                                                 Maritimes, Abidjan, renamed Tabou.
                                                 1977: To Rostock Bay Shipping Co. Ltd.,
                                                 Piraeus.
                                                 1978: Resold to Linaria Maritime Inc, Piraeus
                                                 as Kriton.




123. SAINT MATTHIEU (1971-1973)                                               Type: Cargo liner

                                    Tonnages:    7 594 gross, 9 793 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:    440,5 length x 60,9 beam, 27,9 ft draught.
                                   Machinery:    4-cyl Doxford engine, built by the shipbuilders,
                                                 5200 bhp, 15 knots.
                                      History:   1962: Delivered to SA Chantiers & Ateliers de
                                                 Provence, Port de Bouc to Societe Navale de
                                                 l’Ouest, Dunkerque.
                                                 1971: Company taken over by LHC.
                                                 1973: Sold to Soc Ivoirienne de Transports
                                                 Maritimes, Abidjan, renamed Moossou.
                                                 1978: To Central Shipping Lines, Tema as
                                                 Fanti.
                                                 1983: Reported leaking off Lisbon 28.3. while
                                                 on a voyage from Rostock to Nigeria with
                                                 bagged cement, towed into Vigo. Declared a
                                                 total loss and broken up.




124. SAINT MICHEL (1971-1980)                                                 Type: Cargo liner

                                    Tonnages:    8 971 gross, 12 710 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:    494,5 oa length x 65,8 beam, 29,8 ft draught.
                                   Machinery:    8-cyl MAN engine, built by VEB Dieselmo-
                                                 torenwerk Rostock, 11,200 bhp 17 knots.
                                      History:   1969: Delivered by VEB Warnowwerft, Warnow
                                                 to Societe Navale de l’Ouest, Paris/Dunker-
                                                 que.
                                                 1971: Company purchased by LHC.
                                                 1980: Sold to Bright Birmingham Shipping Co.
                                                 SA, Panama, renamed African Beryl.
                                                 02.1982: To Westar Shipping Ltd., Valletta,
                                                 renamed Marina Two.
                                                 1983: Sold to Cremona Shipping Co. SA,
                                                 Panama.
                                                 1985: Sold to Albatross Shipping Ltd, Valletta,
                                                 renamed Albatross.
                                                 12.1985: Sold to Indian breakers, arrived Alang
                                                 1.1.1986.



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125. SAINT VINCENT (1971-1981)                                                            Type: Cargo liner

                                           Tonnages:       6 151 gross, 13 405 deadweight.
                                         Dimensions:       497,7 length x 66,5 beam, 30,6 ft draught.
                                          Machinery:       8-cyl MAN, built by VEB Dieselmotorenwerk
                                                           Rostock, 11200 bhp 17 knots.
                                                History:   1970: Delivered to VEB Warnowwerft, Warnow
                                                           to Societe Navale de l’Ouest, Paris/Dunker-
                                                           que.
                                                           1971: Company purchased by LHC.
                                                           1981: Sold to Besford Shipping Corp, Piraeus,
                                                           renamed Alikamon Runner.
                                                           08.02.1983: Sank in the Indian Ocean in pos
                                                           10.01N-63.18E after fire and explosions, while
                                                           on a voyage from Kaohsioung to Rotterdam
                                                           with general cargo.




126. HÖEGH BONNY / SAINT MATTHIEU (1971-1981)                                         Type: General Cargo

                                           Tonnages:       7 774 gross, 4 631 net, 11 949 deadweight.
                                         Dimensions:       481,7 ft length x 63,5 ft beam, 29,3 ft draught.
                                          Machinery:       Sulzer 6 RD 68 7200 BHP.
                                             History:      1970: Completed by Nagasaki Shipyard as
                                                           Central Mariener for Central Marine Corp.,
                                                           Taipei, Taiwan.
                                                           05.1971: Bought by LHC.
                                                           08.1975: Sold to Société Navale de l’Ouest,
                                                           Paris (French company owned by LHC) and
                                                           renamed Saint Matthieu.
                                                           1981: Sold to Malvina Cie Naviera SA, Pireus
                                                           and renamed Panagiotis AL.
                                                           1984: Sold to Chinese company and renamed
                                                           Yan Qing.
                                                           1997: Sold to India for scrapping.




127. HÖEGH TRAVELLER II (1971-1977)                                                       Type: Car Carrier

                                            Tonnages:      10 912 gross, 5 710 net, 10 177 deadweight.
                                          Dimensions:      584,2 ft length x 78 ft beam,
                                                           28,6 3/4 ft draught.
                                           Machinery:      2H&W/B&W SA 6 cyl. 750 x 1500 exh. 500,
                                                           20000 BHP.
                                                History:   1960: Completed by Harland & Wolff, Belfast
                                                           as Amagon for Royal Mail Lines, England.
                                                           1970: Bought by Shaw Savill, England and
                                                           renamed Aranda.
                                                           05.1971: Bought by LHC.
                                                           1972: Converted from a combined refrigerat-
                                                           ing/passenger vessel to a car carrier by Viktor
                                                           Lenac, Rijeka, Yugoslavia.
                                                           10.1977: Sold to Osaka Kaiju Unyu Co., Ltd.,
                                                           Osaka, Japan and renamed HUAL Traveller.




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128. HÖEGH TROTTER (1971-1977)                                                          Type: Car Carrier

                                            Tonnages:      10 895 gross, 5 670 net, 10 177 deadweight.
                                          Dimensions:      584,2 ft length x 78 ft beam,
                                                           28,6 3/4 ft draught.
                                           Machinery:      2H&W/B&W SA 6 cyl. 750 x 1500 exh. 500,
                                                           20000 BHP.
                                                History:   1960: Completed by Harland & Wolff, Belfast
                                                           as Aragon for Royal Mail Lines, England.
                                                           1970: Bought by Shaw Savill, England and
                                                           renamed Arawa.
                                                           06.1971: Bought by LHC.
                                                           1972: Converted from a combined refrigerat-
                                                           ing/passenger vessel to a car carrier by Viktor
                                                           Lenac, Rijeka, Yugoslavia.
                                                           11.1977: Sold to Osaka Kaiju Unyu Co., Ltd.,
                                                           Osaka, Japan and renamed HUAL Trotter.




129. HÖEGH MULTINA/HÖEGH SKEAN II (1971-1986)                                     Type: LPG/NH3 Carrier

                                            Tonnages:      31 918 gross, 21 476 net, 38 928 deadweight.
                                          Dimensions:      679,42 ft length x 103,02 ft beam,
                                           Machinery:      37,15 ft draught.
                                                           7-cylinder Sulzer, built by Horten Verft, 20300
                                                History:   BHP, 16,5 knots.
                                                           10.1971: Completed by Moss Rosenberg Verft,
                                                           Stavanger.
                                                           1971-1977: Joint venture between LHC and
                                                           Multinational Gas and Petrochemical Co. Ltd.,
                                                           London.
                                                           12.1977: Name changed from Höegh Multina
                                                           to Höegh Skean and fully owned by LHC.
                                                           1986: Sold to A/S Havtor, Oslo and renamed
                                                           Havfrost.




130. SAINT JACQUES (1972/1973)                                                          Type: Cargo liner

                                            Tonnages:      9 149 gross, 12 800 deadweight.
                                          Dimensions:      149,08 length x 21,80 beam, 11,92 m draught.
                                           Machinery:      8-cyl MAN, built by VEB Dieselmotorenwerk
                                                           Rostock, 11200 bhp 17 knots.
                                                History:   1972: Launched as Saint Jacques for Societe
                                                           Navale de l’Ouest (company owned by LHC) in
                                                           December, sold while fitting out.
                                                           1973: Delivered by VEB Warnowwerft, Warnow
                                                           as Vishva Prayas to the Shipping Corporation
                                                           of India, Bombay.
                                                           1987: Broken up in Bombay.




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131. SEAFRIDGE OSPREY/GADUS III (1972-1977)                                           Type: Factory trawler

                                            Tonnages:        878 gross.
                                          Dimensions:        196,9 length x 36,1 beam, 24,1 ft draught.
                                           Machinery:        12-cyl B&W Alpha engine, 2160 bhp.
                                              History:       04.1972: Delivered by A M Liaaen AS, Ålesund
                                                             to Seafridge Ltd., Hull (50% LHC).
                                                             21.03.1974: Damaged by fire in Harstad, laid
                                                             up.
                                                             06.1975: Sold to Gadus AS, Ålesund in dam-
                                                             aged condition, renamed Gadus III. Repaired
                                                             at Liaaen Shipyard, Ålesund.
                                                             05.1977: Sold to Labrador AS Kvamsøy/Åle-
                                                             sund and renamed Svalbard.
                                                             02.1982: To KS AS Geco Sigma (AS Labrador),
                                                             Ålesund and renamed Geco Sigma. Converted
                                                             to seismic survey by A M Liaaen AS – 1245
                                                             gross.
                                                             09.1989: Sold to Gecoship AS, Oslo.



132. SEAFRIDGE SKUA/GADUS (1972-1977)                                                 Type: Factory trawler

                                            Tonnages:        890 gross.
                                          Dimensions:        196,8 length x 36,2 beam, 24,2 ft draught.
                                           Machinery:        12-cyl B&W Alpha engine, 2160 bhp.
                                              History:       09.1972: Delivered by A M Liaaen AS, Ålesund
                                                             to Seafridge Ltd., Hull (50% LHC).
                                                             06.1976: Sold to Gadus AS, Ålesund and
                                                             renamed Gadus.
                                                             05.1977: Sold to AS Ramoen (Johs K Vartdal),
                                                             Vartdal/Ålesund and renamed Vartdal Viking.
                                                             08.1977: Renamed Ramoen and 01.1989
                                                             renamed Ramoen I.
                                                             03.1989: Sold to Quelleq Asaiaat, Nuuk,
                                                             renamed Qulleq.
                                                             10.1991: Sold to AS Kirkholmen (AS Vartdal
                                                             Fiskeriselskap), Vartdal/Ålesund, renamed
                                                             Kirkholmen.




133. SEAFRIDGE PETREL/GADUS PETREL (1973-1979)                                        Type: Factory trawler

                                                Tonnages:    877 gross.
                                              Dimensions:    196,9 length x 36,1 beam, 16,7 ft draught
                                               Machinery:    12-cyl B&W Alpha engine, 2160 bhp.
                                                  History:   03.1973: Delivered by A M Liaaen AS, Ålesund
                                                             to Seafridge Ltd., Hull (50% LHC).
                                                             06.1977: Sold to Gadus AS, Ålesund and
                                                             renamed Gadus Petrel.
                                                             02.1979: Sold to AS Havstrand & AS Longva-
                                                             trål, Ålesund.
                                                             11.1979: Sold to BCM Investments Ltd (Osvald
                                                             Longva jr), Halifax and renamed BCM Atlantic.
                                                             1988: Sold to Mersey Seafoods Ltd, Halifax.




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134. HÖEGH HOOD III (1973-1987)                                          Type: Oil/Ore Carrier

                                   Tonnages:    128 954 gross, 91 455 net,
                                                244 677 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:   1 069,55 ft length x 170,60 ft beam,
                                                67,26 ft draught.
                                   Machinery:   Kawasaki “UA” turbine 24000 BHP.
                                     History:   08.1973: Completed by Kawasaki Heavy
                                                Industries, Sakaide.
                                                05.1986: Flagged out (Panama flag).
                                                04.1987: Sold to Merit Shipping Corp., and
                                                renamed Merit.




135. NORMAN LADY (1973-)                                              Type: LNG/LPG Carrier

                                    Tonnages:   64 052 gross, 48 423 net, 50 922 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:   818,75 ft length x 131,23 ft beam,
                                                34,91 ft draught.
                                   Machinery:   General Electric turbine MST 14, 30000 BHP.
                                     History:   11.1973: Completed by Moss Rosenberg Verft,
                                                Stavanger to Methane Carriers ltd. Nassau,
                                                Bahamas, a joint venture between Louis Drefus
                                                & Cie, Paris and LHC. Technical Management
                                                (including crewing and insurance from 1984) by
                                                LHC from 1973.
                                                1979: Sold to registered owner Coroman
                                                Co.Inc., Hamilton, Bermuda (100% sister com-
                                                pany of Methane Carriers Ltd.).
                                                1980: Sold to Coroman Co., Grand Cayman,
                                                Cayman Islands (100% sister company of
                                                Methane Carriers Ltd.).
                                                1984: Sold to Coroman Co. Inc., Liberia (100%
                                                sister company of Methane Carriers Ltd.).


136. HÖEGH TARGET (1975-1982)                                         Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                    Tonnages:   6 823 gross, 3 609 net, 9 335 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:   615,25 ft length x 75,16 ft beam,
                                                26,29 ft draught.
                                   Machinery:   Sulzer 8 RND 68 13200 BHP.
                                     History:   1974: Completed by De Schelde, Flushing as
                                                Dyvi Adriatic for Jan-Erik Dyvi A/S, Oslo.
                                                08.1975: Bought by LHC.
                                                06.1982: Sold to K/S A/S Target, Oslo and
                                                renamed Target. On management to LHC until
                                                1986.




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137. HÖEGH TRIGGER (1976-1984)                                          Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                      Tonnages:   7 274 gross, 3 630 net, 9 835 deadweight.
                                    Dimensions:   615,25 ft length x 75,16 ft beam,
                                                  26,29 ft draught.
                                     Machinery:   Sulzer 8 RND 68 13200 BHP.
                                       History:   1976: Completed by De Schelde, Flushing.
                                                  1984: Sold to PCC Co. Inc., Liberia and
                                                  renamed Trigger. On management to LHC until
                                                  1987.




138. HÖEGH MALLARD II (1977-1988)                                  Type: Container/Bulk Carrier

                                      Tonnages:   26 066 gross, 17 352 net, 45 063 deadweight.
                                    Dimensions:   657,81 ft length x 101,05 ft beam,
                                                  37,94 ft draught.
                                     Machinery:   Kawasaki MAN K8 SZ 70/125, 15200 BHP.
                                       History:   1977: Completed by Kawasaki Heavy Indus-
                                                  tries, Sakaide.
                                                  10.1986: Flagged out (Panama flag).
                                                  05.1987: Renamed Star Mallard under T/C to
                                                  Star Shipping.
                                                  10.1988: Sold to Santa Monica Shipping Co.
                                                  Ltd. (D’Amico Societa di Navigazione SpA,
                                                  Palermo and renamed Cielo di Europa.
                                                  07.1991: Renamed Star Europe.




139. HÖEGH SWALLOW (1977-1979)                                          Type: LPG/NH3 Carrier

                                      Tonnages:   45 755 gross, 30 214 net, 49 092 deadweight.
                                    Dimensions:   752,35 ft length x 105,64 ft beam,
                                                  42,37 ft draught.
                                     Machinery:   Sulzer 8RND 90, 23260 BHP.
                                       History:   1977: Completed by Gdynia Shipyard Gdynia.
                                                  09.1979: Sold to Blue Ocean Gas Transport
                                                  Inc., Liberia and renamed Blue Ocean.




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140. HÖEGH MERCHANT IV (1977-1983)                                          Type: Container/Bulk Carrier

                                               Tonnages:   27 104 gross, 17 100 net, 44 895 deadweight.
                                             Dimensions:   659,42 ft length x 101,05 ft beam,
                                                           37,91 ft draught.
                                              Machinery:   Mitsubishi Sulzer 7 RND 76 M, 16800 BHP.
                                                History:   1977: Completed by Mitsubishi Heavy Indus-
                                                           tries, Nagasaki.
                                                           12.1983: Sold to Vincida Maritime Inc.,
                                                           Panama and renamed Westwood Merchant.
                                                           On bareboat charter to LHC and repurchased
                                                           in 1991 and sold to Merchant Shipping Ltd.
                                                           Marshal Island on 26.11.2004. Renamed Saga
                                                           Merchant.




141. HÖEGH MERIT II (1977-1984)(1991-2005)                                  Type: Container/Bulk Carrier

                                               Tonnages:   27 104 gross, 17 100 net, 44 926 deadweight.
                                             Dimensions:   659,42 ft length x 101,05 ft beam,
                                                           37,91 ft draught.
                                              Machinery:   Mitsubishi Sulzer 7 RND 76 M, 16800 BHP.
                                                History:   05.1977: Completed by Mitsubishi Heavy
                                                           Industries, Nagasaki.
                                                           01.1984: Sold to Zinnia Steamship, Panama
                                                           and renamed Westwood Merit. On bareboat
                                                           charter to LHC.
                                                           01.1990: Renamed Star Merit under T/C to
                                                           Star Shipping.
                                                           1991: Repurchased by LHC.
                                                           01.1995: Renamed Höegh Merit.
                                                           04.01.2005: Sold to Merit Shipping Ltd, Mar-
                                                           shall Islands, and renamed Saga Merit.
                                                           2007: Renamed Merit.




142. HÖEGH MARLIN II (1977-2004)                                            Type: Container/Bulk Carrier

                                               Tonnages:   26 066 gross, 17 352 net, 45 063 deadweight.
                                             Dimensions:   657,81 ft length x 101,05 ft beam,
                                                           37,94 ft draught.
                                              Machinery:   Kawasaki MAN K8 SZ 70/125 15200 BHP.
                                                History:   05.1977: Completed by Kawasaki Heavy
                                                           Industries, Sakaide.
                                                           10.1986: Flagged out (Panama Flag).
                                                           09.1987: Renamed Star Marlin under T/C to
                                                           Star Shipping.
                                                           03.1992: Reverted to Höegh Marlin.
                                                           03.11.2004: Sold to Marlin Shipping Ltd, Mar-
                                                           shall Islands and renamed Saga Marlin.




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143 HÖEGH MUSKETEER II (1977-2004)                                   Type: Container/Bulk Carrier

                                       Tonnages:   27 104 gross, 17 100 net, 44 892 deadweight.
                                     Dimensions:   659,42 ft length x 101,05 ft beam,
                                                   37,91 ft draught.
                                      Machinery:   Mitsubishi Sulzer 7 RND 76 M, 16800 BHP.
                                        History:   07.1977: Completed by Mitsubishi Heavy
                                                   Industries, Nagasaki.
                                                   01.1984: Sold to Hopkins Sreamships Inc.,
                                                   Panama and renamed Westwood Musketeer.
                                                   1992: On bareboat charter to LHC and repur-
                                                   chased.
                                                   28.10.2004: Sold to Musketeer Shipping Ltd.,
                                                   M.I. and renamed Saga Musketeer.




144. HÖEGH MASCOT (1977-2005)                                        Type: Container/Bulk Carrier

                                       Tonnages:   29 212 gross, 17 018 net, 45 063 deadweight.
                                     Dimensions:   657,81 ft length x 101,05 ft beam,
                                                   37,94 ft draught.
                                      Machinery:   Kawasaki MAN K8 SZ 70/125 15200 BHP.
                                        History:   07.1977: Completed by Kawasaki Heavy
                                                   Industries, Sakaide.
                                                   09.1986: Flagged out (Panama Flag).
                                                   09.1987: Renamed Star Mascot.
                                                   11.1989: Reverted to Höegh Mascot.
                                                   02.1995: Renamed Mascot.
                                                   07.03.2005: Sold to Mascot Shipping Ltd,
                                                   Marshall Islands. Renamed Saga Mascot.




145. HÖEGH SWIFT (1977-1982)                                              Type: LPG/NH3 Carrier

                                       Tonnages:   45 755 gross, 30 214 net, 48 299 deadweight.
                                     Dimensions:   751,31 ft length x 105,64 ft beam,
                                                   21,54 m draught.
                                      Machinery:   Sulzer 8 RND 90, 23200 BHP.
                                        History:   08.1977: Completed by Gdynia Shipyard,
                                                   Gdynia.
                                                   03.1982: Sold to Margarita Shipping and
                                                   Trading Corp. S.A., Panama City R.P. (John S.
                                                   Latsis, Athens) and renamed Petrolagas II.




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146. HÖEGH GANDRIA II (1977-2008)                                             Type: LNG/LPG Carrier

                                            Tonnages:   95 683 gross, 65 682 net, 71 630 deadweight.
                                          Dimensions:   943,41 ft length x 142,39 ft beam,
                                                        37,81 ft draught.
                                           Machinery:   General Electric turbine MST 14, 40000 BHP.
                                             History:   10.1977: Completed by Howaldtswerke-
                                                        Deutsche Werft AG, Kiel.
                                                        08.2008: Sold and delivered to Bluewater.




147. SYDHAV/HÖEGH LANCE III (1979-1979)                                       Type: Crude Oil Tanker

                                            Tonnages:   74 133 gross, 56 370 net, 140 800 deadweight.
                                          Dimensions:   885,83 ft length x 142,06 ft beam,
                                                        56,007 ft draught.
                                           Machinery:   Götaverken B&W 8K90GF, 24800 BHP.
                                             History:   06.1974: Completed by AB Götaverken, Goth-
                                                        enburg, for Per Lodding A/S, Oslo as Sydhav.
                                                        01.1979: Vessel renamed Höegh Lance.
                                                        09.01.1979: Leif Höegh & Co AS bought Per
                                                        Lodding A/S.
                                                        07.1979: Renamed Sydhav.
                                                        09.1979: Sold to Overseas Shipping Co.
                                                        (Mobil Oil Francaise), Hamilton Bermuda and
                                                        renamed Aramis.
                                                        1982: Sold to Boundary Inc. (Mobil Oil Corp),
                                                        Monrovia and renamed Mobil Aladdin.
                                                        06.1993: Renamed Aladdin by Mobil Shipping
                                                        Co., Monrovia.
                                                        02.1997: Sold to greek buyers for storage.


148. ØSTHAV/HÖEGH LAUREL II (1979-1982)                                       Type: Crude Oil Tanker

                                           Tonnages:    114 698 gross, 90 112 net,
                                                        229 110 deadweight.
                                          Dimensions:   1 066,18 ft length x 1 57,83 ft beam,
                                                        67,88 ft draught.
                                           Machinery:   General Electric turbine MST 14, 32000 BHP.
                                             History:   10.1971: Completed by Uddevallavarvet, Ud-
                                                        devalla, for Per Lodding A/S, Oslo as Østhav.
                                                        09.01.1979: Per Lodding A/S was bought by
                                                        LHC.
                                                        05.1979: Renamed Höegh Laurel.
                                                        06.1982: Sold to Mamidakis bros. Group
                                                        Styga Compania naviera S.A., Piraeus, Greece
                                                        and renamed Nikos M.




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149. HÖEGH SWORD II (1979-1986)                                                 Type: LPG/NH3 Carrier

                                             Tonnages:   45 769 gross, 30 224 net, 48 996 deadweight.
                                           Dimensions:   751,31 ft length x 105,64 ft beam,
                                                         42,34 ft draught.
                                            Machinery:   Sulzer 8 RND 90, 23200 BHP.
                                              History:   06.1979: Completed by Gdynia Shipyard,
                                                         Gdynia.
                                                         01.1986: Sold to Kingscourt Shipping Ltd.,
                                                         Monrovia, Liberia (Exmar, Antwerp) and
                                                         renamed Excalibur.
                                                         01.1988: Sold to Larina Shipping Inc. and
                                                         general ore International Corp (AS Sig.
                                                         Bergesen dy., Oslo), Monrovia and renamed
                                                         Berge Sword.
                                                         10.1988: Transferred to PR Berge Sword ANS
                                                         (Sig.Bergesen dy, Oslo).




150. HÖEGH CLIPPER II = RICKMERS HOUSTON (1979-2000)                              Type: General Cargo

                                             Tonnages:   14 812 gross, 9 919 net, 31 555 deadweight.
                                           Dimensions:   600 ft length x 89,80 ft beam,
                                                         33,48 ft draught.
                                            Machinery:   Kawasaki MAN K8SZ 70/125, 15200 BHP.
                                              History:   05.1979: Completed by Kawasaki heavy
                                                         Industries, Kobe.
                                                         06.1986: Flagged out to Panama.
                                                         1997: On t/c to Rickmers-Linie.
                                                         1998: 10% was sold to Abaco.
                                                         03.08.2000: Sold to Double C. Shipping Co.
                                                         Ltd., Limassol.




151. HÖEGH CAIRN II = RICKMERS TIANJIN (1979-2000)                                Type: General Cargo

                                             Tonnages:   14 690 gross, 10 015 net, 31 507 deadweight.
                                           Dimensions:   600 ft length x 89,80 ft beam,
                                                         33,48 ft draught.
                                            Machinery:   Kawasaki MAN K8SZ 70/125, 15200 BHP.
                                              History:   07.1979: Completed by Kawasaki heavy
                                                         Industries, Kobe.
                                                         06.1986: Flagged out to Panama.
                                                         09.1996: Renamed Rickmers Tianjin under TC.
                                                         1998: Sold 10% to Abaco.
                                                         30.06.2000: Sold to Double C. Shipping Co
                                                         Ltd., Limassol.




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152. HÖEGH MINERVA II (1979-2005)                                              Type: Container/Bulk Carrier

                                                 Tonnages:    24 030 gross, 15 317 net, 44 016 deadweight.
                                               Dimensions:    658,85 ft length x 101,30 ft beam,
                                                              37,93 ft draught.
                                                Machinery:    Kawasaki MAN K8SZ 70/125, 15200 BHP.
                                                  History:    08.1979: Completed by Kawasaki Heavy
                                                              Industries, Sakaide.
                                                              12.1986: Flagged out to Panama.
                                                              10.1987: Renamed Star Minerva.
                                                              08.1989: Reverted to Höegh Minerva, renamed
                                                              Max Oldendorff when under TC.
                                                              16.02.2005: Sold to Minerva Shipping Ltd,
                                                              Marshall Islands and renamed Saga Minerva.




153. HÖEGH MIRANDA II (1979-2005)                                              Type: Container/Bulk Carrier




  Tonnages: 24 030 gross, 15 317 net, 44 016 deadweight.
Dimensions: 657,85 ft length x 101,30 ft beam,
             37,93 ft draught.
 Machinery: Kawasaki MAN K8SZ 70/125, 15200 BHP.
    History: 09.1979: Completed by Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Sakaide.
             12.1987: Flagged out to Panama.
             10.1987: Renamed Star Miranda.
             10.1989: Reverted to Höegh Miranda, renamed August Oldendorff when under TC.
             19.02.2005: Sold to Miranda Shipping Ltd, Marshall Islands and renamed Saga Miranda.




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154. SAINT LUC (1980-1984)                                                                    Type: Cargo liner




   Tonnages:    9 356/13 091 gross, 13 788/17 009 deadweight.
 Dimensions:    585,9 length x 70,3 beam, 31,2 ft draught.
  Machinery:    8-cyl B&W engine, built by the shipyard, 12000 bhk, 17,5 knots
     History:   08.1967: Delivered by Eriksbergs Mek Verkstads AB, Gothenburg as Talarah to Rederi-AB Transat-
                lantic, Gothenburg. Originally 10 724 grt, 13200 tdw, 512,4 length, 70,3 beam 38,4 draught.
                1971: Lengthened by Swan Hunger & Wigham Richardson Ltd., Newcastle to above dimensions.
                02.1980: Purchased by Assessores Internationales de Finanzas SA (Societe Navale de l’Ouest SA
                (LHC company), and renamed Saint Luc.
                1984: Sold to Compania Naviera Americana de Vapores SA (Ybarra & Cia, Sevilla), Panama and
                renamed Cabo Santa Ines.
                09.1989: Sold to St. Paul’s Shipping SA, Nassau, renamed Shamrock Rotterdam.
                1990: Sold to St. Thomas Shipping Co. Ltd., Nassau as Bahia Express.
                11.1994: Sold to Indian breakers, arrived Alang 15.11.1994.




155. SAINT BERNARD (1980-1984)                                                                Type: Cargo liner

                                                  Tonnages:     12 162 gross, 14 733 deadweight.
                                                Dimensions:     571,4 length x 68,4 beam, 39,6 ft draught.
                                                 Machinery:     Two 8-cyl Pielstick, built by Lindholmen 13000
                                                                bhp 19 knots .
                                                     History:   05.1967: Delivered by Uddevallavarvet AB,
                                                                Uddevalla as Tamerlane to Wilh Wilhelmsen PR,
                                                                Oslo/Tønsberg. Original dimensions 10184 grt,
                                                                12830 tdw 498 ft length.
                                                                01.1971: Lengthened by Akers Verft, Oslo to
                                                                above dimensions.
                                                                12.1978: Sold to Telendos Shipping Corp,
                                                                Piraeus renamed Telendos.
                                                                10.1980: Acquired by Societe Navale de l’Ouest
                                                                (LHC company), Paris/Le Havre and renamed
                                                                Saint Bernard.
                                                                08.1984: Sold to Pelton Shipping Ltd, Gibraltar,
                                                                renamed Bern.
                                                                12.1984: Sold to Chinese breakers, arrived
                                                                Dalian 12.12.1984.

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156. SAINT BERTRAND (1980-1984)                                                             Type: Cargo liner

                                                  Tonnages:    12 142 gross, 14 500 deadweight.
                                                Dimensions:    571,4 length, 68,4 beam, 39,6 ft draught.
                                                 Machinery:    2x8-cyl Pielstick, built by Lindholmen,
                                                               13000 bhp 19 knots.
                                                    History:   06.1967: Delivered by Uddevallavarvet AB,
                                                               Uddevalla as Tirranna to Wilh Wilhelmsen PR,
                                                               Oslo/Tønsberg. Original dimensions 10060 grt,
                                                               12900 tdw, 498 ft length.
                                                               02.1971: Lengthened by Akers Verft, Oslo to
                                                               above dimensions.
                                                               09.1978: Sold to Tilos Shipping Corp, Piraeus,
                                                               renamed Tilos.
                                                               11.1980: Acquired by Societe Navale de
                                                               l’Ouest, Paris/Le Havre, renamed Saint
                                                               Bertrand.
                                                               06.1984: Sold to Vigour Investments Inc. (Arne
                                                               Teigens Rederi AS, Oslo), Panama, renamed
                                                               Hermion.07.1986: Sold to Taiwan breakers,
                                                               arrived Kaohsiung 4.8.1986.
157. HÖEGH BANNIERE II (1980-1991)                                                      Type: General Cargo

                                                  Tonnages:    16 744 gross, 7 623 net, 24 223 deadweight.
                                                Dimensions:    611,84 ft length x 105,84 ft beam,
                                                 Machinery:    34,98 ft draught.
                                                               Sulzer Cegielski 6RND90, 17400 BHP.
                                                    History:   07.1980: Completed by Gdynia Shipyard,
                                                               Gdynia.
                                                               12.1987: Transferred to NIS.
                                                               02.1989: Renamed Woermann Banniere under
                                                               T/C to Woermann Linie.
                                                               12.1989: Transferred to Banniere Shipping
                                                               Nederlands Antilles NV (LHC), Curacao, still as
                                                               Höegh Banniere.
                                                               1991: Entire company sold and management
                                                               transferred to Delmas-Vieljeux and renamed
                                                               Saint Roparzh.
                                                               09.1992: Sold to Societe Ivoirienne de Trans-
                                                               ports Maritime, Abidjan and renamed Grand
                                                               Bereby.
                                                               07.1994: Registered Nassau as Roland Delmas.

158. HÖEGH BELLE III / SAINT ROCH (1980-1991)                                           Type: General Cargo

                                                  Tonnages:    16 744 gross, 7 623 net, 24 260 deadweight.
                                                Dimensions:    611,84 ft length x 32,29m beam,
                                                 Machinery:    34,98 ft draught.
                                                               Sulzer Cegielski 6RND90, 17400 BHP.
                                                    History:   12.1980: Completed by Gdynia Shipyard,
                                                               Gdynia.
                                                               11.1981: Transferred to Societe Navale de
                                                               l’Ouest, Le Havre (French company owned by
                                                               LHC) and renamed Saint Roch.
                                                               1991: Sold company and management to
                                                               Delmas-Vieljeux.




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159. SAGAFJORD (1981-1983)                                                           Type: Cruise vessel

                                             Tonnages:    24 109 gross, 13 820 net, 6 300 deadweight.
                                           Dimensions:    620 ft length x 82 ft beam,
                                                          27 ft draught.
                                            Machinery:    2 x Sulzer 9RD68, 24000 BHP.
                                              History:    09.1965: Completed by SA des Forges &
                                                          Chantiers de la Mediterrannee, La Seyne for
                                                          Norwegian America Line, Oslo. LHC 40%
                                                          holding from delivery.
                                                          05.1980: Sold to KS Norwegian America Line
                                                          Cruises AS, Oslo with 50% Höegh holding.
                                                          12.1980: Delivered from Blohm und Voss,
                                                          Hamburg after a two month refit.
                                                          01.01.1981: Company became a fully owned
                                                          Höegh subsidiary.
                                                          10.1983: Sold to Cunard Lind Ltd., New York,
                                                          reg. Nassau en bloc with Vistafjord.
                                                          06.1996: Timechartered to cruise operator
                                                          Transocean and renamed Gripsholm. Later
                                                          that year sold to Saga Cruises as Saga Rose.
160. VISTAFJORD (1981-1983)                                                          Type: Cruise vessel

                                             Tonnages:    24 292 gross, 12 771 net, 5 600 deadweight.
                                           Dimensions:    627 ft length x 82 ft beam,
                                                          26,30 ft draught.
                                            Machinery:    2 x Sulzer 9RD68, 24000 BHP.
                                              History:    05.1973: Completed by Swan Hunter Ship-
                                                          builders Ltd., Wallsend for Norwegian America
                                                          Line, Oslo. LHC 40% holding from delivery.
                                                          05.1980: Sold to KS Norwegian America Line
                                                          Cruises AS, Oslo with 50% Höegh holding.
                                                          01.01.1981: Company became a fully owned
                                                          Höegh subsidiary.
                                                          10.1983: Sold to Cunard Lind Ltd., New York,
                                                          reg. Nassau en bloc with Sagafjord.
                                                          1999: Renamed Caronia.
                                                          2005: Sold to Saga Shipping Co. Bahamas
                                                          registration. Renamed Saga Ruby.




161. HÖEGH BISCAY II / SAINT ROMAIN (1981-1991)                                    Type: General Cargo

                                              Tonnages:   16 744 gross, 7 623 net, 24 230 deadweight.
                                            Dimensions:   611,84 ft length x 105,84 ft beam,
                                                          34,98 ft draught.
                                             Machinery:   Sulzer Cegielski 6RND90, 17400 BHP.
                                               History:   03.1981: Completed by Gdynia Shipyard,
                                                          Gdynia.
                                                          01.1984: Transferred to Societe Navale de
                                                          l’Ouest, Le Havre (French company owned by
                                                          LHC) and renamed Saint Romain.
                                                          1991: Sold company and management to
                                                          Delmas-Vieljeux and renamed Romain Delmas.
                                                          2008: Sold to Dannebrog Rederi A/S, Gibraltar,
                                                          renamed Charlottenborg.




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162. HÖEGH FALCON II / BONA FALCON (1981-1997)                                Type: Oil/Bulk/Ore Carrier

                                               Tonnages:   45 760 gross, 30 868 net, 81 158 deadweight.
                                             Dimensions:   809,90 ft length x 105,77 ft beam,
                                                           49,05 ft draught.
                                              Machinery:   Mitsui B&W 5L80 GFCA, 15400 BHP.
                                                History:   08.1981: Completed by Howaldtswerke-
                                                           Deutsche Werft, Kiel.
                                                           02.1987: Flagged out Bahamas flag.
                                                           12.1992: Sold to BONA Shipholding Ltd., Nas-
                                                           sau and renamed Bona Falcon.
                                                           02.1997: Sold to D’Amato group for operation
                                                           in Bona’s OBO-pool.




163. HÖEGH FAVOUR II / BONA FAVOUR (1981-1999)                                Type: Oil/Bulk/Ore Carrier

                                               Tonnages:   45 760 gross, 30 868 net, 79 999 deadweight.
                                             Dimensions:   809,90 ft length x 105,77 ft beam,
                                                           49,05 ft draught.
                                              Machinery:   Mitsui B&W 5L80 GFCA, 15400 BHP.
                                                History:   11.1981: Completed by Howaldtswerke-
                                                           Deutsche Werft, Kiel.
                                                           02.1987: Flagged out Bahamas flag.
                                                           12.1992: Sold to Bona Shipholding Ltd., Nas-
                                                           sau and renamed Bona Favour.
                                                           1999: Sold to Teekay Shipping and renamed
                                                           Teekey Favour.
                                                           2003: Sold to Swift Favour Ltd. Renamed
                                                           Favour Spirit and later Swift Favour.




164. HÖEGH FOAM II / BONA FOAM (1981-1999)                                    Type: Oil/Bulk/Ore Carrier

                                               Tonnages:   44 834 gross, 27 012 net, 78 571 deadweight.
                                             Dimensions:   797,28 ft length x 105,80 ft beam,
                                                           47,50 ft draught.
                                              Machinery:   Mitsui B&W 5L80 GFCA, 15400 BHP.
                                                History:   11.1981: Completed by Hyundai Heavy Indus-
                                                           tries, Ulsan.
                                                           02.1987: Flagged out Bahamas flag.
                                                           12.1992: Sold to Bona Shipholding Ltd., Nas-
                                                           sau and renamed Bona Foam.
                                                           1999: Sold to Teekey Shipping and renamed
                                                           Teekay Foam.
                                                           2003: Sold to Centaur Trading Inc. and
                                                           renamed Foam Spirit. Same year sold to Tro-
                                                           cadero Trading and renamed Nobel Foam.
                                                           2006: Sold to Vulica Shipping and renamed
                                                           Brittany Mae.
                                                           2008: Renamed H. A. Sklenar.




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165. HÖEGH FOUNTAIN / BONA FOUNTAIN (1981-1999)                              Type: Oil/Bulk/Ore Carrier

                                           Tonnages:    44 834 gross, 27 012 net, 78 488 deadweight.
                                         Dimensions:    797,28 ft length x 105,80 ft beam,
                                                        47,50 ft draught.
                                          Machinery:    Mitsui B&W 5L80 GFCA, 15400 BHP.
                                            History:    04.1982: Completed by Hyundai Heavy Indus-
                                                        tries, Ulsan.
                                                        02.1987: Flagged out Bahamas flag.
                                                        12.1992: Sold to Bona Shipholding Ltd., Nas-
                                                        sau and renamed Bona Fountain.
                                                        1999: Sold to Teekey Shipping and renamed
                                                        Teekey Fountain.
                                                        2003: Sold to Petronella Trading Ltd. and
                                                        renamed Fountain Spirit and in 2004 Nobel
                                                        Fountain.
                                                        2007: Sold to Stafford Shipping Corp.
                                                        2008: Owner EOL Panamax, name E. Olden-
                                                        dorff.



166. HÖEGH TRADER VI/ HUAL TRADER (1982-1986)                                  Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                           Tonnages:    22 820 gross, 13 630 net, 32 772 deadweight.
                                         Dimensions:    697,85 ft length x 105,95 ft beam,
                                                        38,06 ft draught.
                                          Machinery:    Sulzer Cegielski 6RND90, 17400 BHP.
                                            History:    03.1982: Completed by Gdynia Shipyard,
                                                        Gdynia. Ordered as LPG carrier B 550/4 in
                                                        1974, converted into two car carriers. Volkart
                                                        Bros holding 50%.
                                                        08.1982: Renamed HUAL Trader.
                                                        12.1985: Volkart stake purchased by LHC and
                                                        vessel sold to Marubeni Corp.
                                                        01.1986: Registered to Grace Marine Co. SA,
                                                        Panama with lease back to LHC, continued
                                                        in HUAL.
                                                        12.1992: Sold to US Maritime Administration,
                                                        Washington DC and renamed Cape Wrath.




167. HÖEGH FORTUNA / BONA FORTUNA (1982-1986) (1989-1999)                    Type: Oil/Bulk/Ore Carrier

                                           Tonnages:    44 833 gross, 26 969 net, 78 532 deadweight.
                                         Dimensions:    797,28 ft length x 105,80 ft beam,
                                                        47,50 ft draught.
                                           Machinery:   Mitsui B&W 5L80 GFCA, 15400 BHP.
                                             History:   07.1982: Completed by Hyundai Heavy Indus-
                                                        tries, Ulsan.
                                                        01.1986: Sold to Barra Obo II Inc. (e.g.
                                                        Bessemer), managed by LHC, Monrovia and
                                                        renamed Ambia Fortuna.
                                                        12.1989: Purchased by ks Höegh Fortuna
                                                        (LHC), Oslo, NIS and renamed Höegh Fortuna.
                                                        12.1992: Holding and management to Bona
                                                        Shipholding Ltd., Hamilton and renamed Bona
                                                        Fortuna.
                                                        1999: Sold to Teekay.




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168. HÖEGH TRANSPORTER IV/ HUAL TRANSPORTER (1982-1985)                       Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                            Tonnages:   22 820 gross, 13 630 net, 32 695 deadweight.
                                          Dimensions:   696,93 ft length x 105,84 ft beam,
                                                        38,06 ft draught.
                                           Machinery:   Sulzer Cegielski 6RND90, 17400 BHP.
                                             History:   09.1982: Completed by Gdynia Shipyard,
                                                        Gdynia. Ordered as LPG carrier B 550/4 in
                                                        05.1978, converted into two car carriers.
                                                        Launched as Höegh Transporter and renamed
                                                        immediately prior to delivery. Volkart Bros
                                                        holding 50%, building costs. Renamed HUAL
                                                        Transporter.
                                                        12.1985: Volkart stake purchased by LHC and
                                                        vessel sold to Marubeni Corp.
                                                        01.1986: Registered Grace Marine Co. SA,
                                                        Panama with lease back to LHC, continued
                                                        in HUAL.
                                                        12.1992: Sold to US Maritime Administra-
                                                        tion, Washington DC and renamed Cape
                                                        Washington.
169. HÖEGH FORUM II / BONA FULMAR (1983-1999)                               Type: Oil/Bulk/Ore Carrier

                                            Tonnages:   44 833 gross, 26 969 net, 78 294 deadweight.
                                          Dimensions:   797,15 ft length x 105,80 ft beam,
                                                        47,50 ft draught.
                                           Machinery:   Mitsui B&W 5L80 GFCA, 15400 BHP.
                                             History:   02.1983: Completed by Hyundai Heavy Indus-
                                                        tries, Ulsan.
                                                        04.1987: Transferred to Nassau, Bahamas.
                                                        12.1992: Sold to Bona Shipholding Ltd., Hamil-
                                                        ton, Bermuda and renamed Bona Fulmar.
                                                        1999: Sold to Teekay and renamed Teekay
                                                        Fulmar.
                                                        2003: Sold to Mommy Management Corp. and
                                                        renamed Mommy Ducklin.
                                                        2008: Sold to Star Iota LLC, renamed Star
                                                        Iota and sold to Ever Express Shipping and
                                                        renamed Ever Express.




170. HÖEGH FULMAR II / BONA FORUM (1983-1999)                               Type: Oil/Bulk/Ore Carrier

                                            Tonnages:   44 833 gross, 26 969 net, 78 585 deadweight.
                                          Dimensions:   797,15 ft length x 105,80 ft beam,
                                                        47,50 ft draught.
                                           Machinery:   Mitsui B&W 5L80 GFCA, 15400 BHP.
                                             History:   05.1983: Completed by Hyundai Heavy Indus-
                                                        tries, Ulsan.
                                                        12.1992: Sold to Bona Shipholding Ltd., Ham-
                                                        ilton, Bermuda and renamed Bona Forum.
                                                        1999: Sold to Teekey and renamed Teekey
                                                        Forum.
                                                        2003: Sold to Cleopatra Trading Inc. renamed
                                                        Forum Spirit and in 2004 Nobel Forum.
                                                        2008: Owner Aveline Maritime, name
                                                        Antoine D.




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171. HÖEGH TRAVELLER (1983-)                                         Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                   Tonnages:   35 022 gross, 12 738 net, 15 370 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:   179,88 m length x 29,2 m beam,
                                               31,22 ft draught.
                                  Machinery:   Mitsui B&W 6L67 GA, 11200 BHP.
                                    History:   03.1983: Completed by Kanasashi Zosensho
                                               KK, Toyahashi.
                                               12.1986: Built and transferred to Panama
                                               register.
                                               26.08.2005: Renamed Höegh Traveller.




172. HÖEGH TROTTER (1983-)                                           Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                   Tonnages:   35 022 gross,12 738 net, 15 370 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:   179,89 m length x 29,2 m beam,
                                               31,22 ft draught.
                                  Machinery:   Mitsui B&W 6L67 GA, 11200 BHP.
                                    History:   06.1983: Completed Kanasashi Zosensho KK,
                                               Toyahashi.
                                               12.1986: Transferred to Panama register.
                                               12.1987: Transferred to Philippine flag.
                                               12.09.2005: Renamed Höegh Trotter.




173. HÖEGH DENE II (1984-1999)                                          Type: General Cargo

                                   Tonnages:   30 150 gross, 15 103 net, 41 600 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:   647,54 ft length x 105,64 ft beam,
                                               39,37 ft draught.
                                  Machinery:   Wärtsilä/Sulzer 4RLB90, 13580 BHP.
                                    History:   02.1984: Completed by OY Wärtsilä AB, Åbo.
                                               09.1986: Repossessed by Wärtsilä, registered
                                               to D-Shipping Ltd., Georgetown Cayman
                                               Islands and continued in Höegh Lines as pool
                                               member.
                                               11.1988: Repurchased by LHC and registered
                                               to H.Shipping Ltd., Georgetown CI.
                                               30.09.1998: Sold MOA to Egon Oldendorff
                                               GmbH&Co.KG with delivery 26.01.1999.




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174. HÖEGH DRAKE II (1984-1999)                                         Type: General Cargo

                                    Tonnages:   30 150 gross, 15 103 net, 41 600 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:   647,54 ft length x 105,64 ft beam,
                                                39,37 ft draught.
                                   Machinery:   Wärtsilä/Sulzer 4RLB90, 13580 BHP.
                                     History:   05.1984: Completed by OY Wärtsilä AB, Åbo.
                                                09.1986: Repossessed by Wärtsilä, registered
                                                to D-Shipping Ltd., Georgetown Cayman
                                                Islands and continued in Höegh Lines as pool
                                                member.
                                                11.1988: Repurchased by LHC and registered
                                                to H.Shipping Ltd., Georgetown CI.
                                                30.09.1998: Sold MOA to Egon Oldendorff
                                                GmbH&Co.KG with delivery 13.02.1999.




175. HÖEGH DUKE (1984-1999)                                             Type: General Cargo

                                    Tonnages:   30 061 gross, 15 237 net, 41 571 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:   648,62 ft length x 105,84 ft beam,
                                                39,37 ft draught.
                                   Machinery:   Kineaid/B&W 5L80 GA, 14500 BHP
                                     History:   06.1984: Completed by Wallsend Shipyard,
                                                Swan Hunter Shipbuilders Ltd., Newcastle
                                                to Lombard Maritime Ltd., London, under a
                                                12-years bareboat lease to LHC (UK), London.
                                                12.1993: Purchased by LHC.
                                                12.1993: Registered to H.Shipping Ltd., Nas-
                                                sau, Bahamas.
                                                30.09.1998: Sold MOA to Egon Oldendorff
                                                GmbH&Co.KG with delivery 20.04.1999.




176. HÖEGH DYKE II (1984-1999)                                          Type: General Cargo

                                    Tonnages:   30 150 gross, 15 103 net, 41 600 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:   647,54 ft length x 105,64 ft beam,
                                                39,37 ft draught.
                                   Machinery:   Wärtsilä/Sulzer 4RLB90, 13580 BHP.
                                     History:   09.1984: Completed by OY Wärtsilä AB, Åbo.
                                                09.1986: Repossessed by Wärtsilä, registered
                                                to D-Shipping Ltd., Georgetown Cayman
                                                Islands and continued in Höegh Lines as pool
                                                member.
                                                11.1988: Repurchased by LHC and registered
                                                to H.Shipping Ltd., Georgetown CI.
                                                30.09.1998: Sold MOA to Egon Oldendorff
                                                GmbH&Co.KG with delivery 16.03.1999.




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177. HUAL TRIBUTE (1988-2004)                                                  Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                          Tonnages:     52 500 gross, 19 500 net, 20 880 deadweight.
                                        Dimensions:     200 m length x 32,26 m beam,
                                                        10 m draught.
                                          Machinery:    B&W 6S60 MC, 12910 BHP.
                                            History:    01.1988: Completed by Daewoo Shipbuilding
                                                        & heavy Machinery Ltd., Kyungnam, Korea,
                                                        ordered by LHC through financial leasing.
                                                        Registered in Philippines.
                                                        01.1991: Purchased by LHC.
                                                        02.08.04: Sold to World Car Carriers Inc.,
                                                        Liberia. Renamed Asian Spirit.




178. HÖEGH FREIGHTER / BONA FREIGHTER (1989-1999)                            Type: Oil/Bulk/Ore Carrier

                                          Tonnages:     44 071 gross, 24 332 net, 75 935 deadweight.
                                        Dimensions:     243,47 m length x 32,27 m beam,
                                                        19,08 m draught.
                                          Machinery:    8-cyl MAN, built by shipyard, 17935 BHK,
                                            History:    14 knots
                                                        06.1982: Completed by Bremer Vulkan, Bre-
                                                        men as Siboseven to PR Siboseven, Oslo.
                                                        06.1986: Transferred to Calanda Shipping Co.,
                                                        Nassau. 09.1989: Purchased by LHC, NIS
                                                        and renamed Höegh Freighter. Höegh holding
                                                        12,5%. 12.1992: Stake and management to
                                                        Bona Shipholding Ltd. Hamilton, Bermuda but
                                                        NIS registered as Bona Freighter.
                                                        1999: Sold to Teekey Shipping and renamed
                                                        Teekay Freighter.
                                                        2003: Owner Scotts Cove Shipping, renamed
                                                        Freighter Spirit and in 2004 renamed Seahawk
                                                        Freighter. 2007: Owner Hong Harvest Shipping
                                                        Co. Ltd., renamed Hong Harvest.

179. THESEE (1989-1991)                                                              Type: Cargo Liner

                                           Tonnages:    12 665 deadweight.
                                         Dimensions:
                                          Machinery:
                                             History:   11.1980: Completed by VEB Schiffswerft
                                                        Neptun, Rostock.
                                                        1989: The owning company, Societe Navale
                                                        Caennaise SA, Caen was acquired in 1989
                                                        through SNO.
                                                        1991: Sold.




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180. HEBE (1989-1991)                                                       Type: Cargo Liner

                                   Tonnages:    12 665 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:
                                  Machinery:
                                     History:   12.1980: Completed by VEB Schiffswerft
                                                Neptun, Rostock.
                                                1989: The owning company, Societe Navale
                                                Caennaise SA, Caen was acquired in 1989
                                                through SNO.
                                                1991: Sold.




181. HÖEGH MISTRAL (1990-2004)                                  Type: Open hatch bulk carrier

                                   Tonnages:    20 125 gross, 9 823 net, 30 402 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:    165 m length x 26,60 m beam,
                                                16 m draught.
                                  Machinery:    6-cyl Sulzer engine, built by Mitsubishi Heavy
                                                Industries, 9800 BHK, 14 knots.
                                     History:   1986: Completed by Kurushima Dock Co.Ltd.,
                                                Onishi as Texas Rainbow to Neptune Virgo
                                                Shipping Corp, Panama.
                                                1990: Renamed Star Texas.
                                                06.1990: Purchased by LHC, registered in
                                                Panama as Höegh Mistral.
                                                30.01.2004: Sold to Grieg Maritime AS, Oslo.
                                                Renamed Star Atlantic.




182. HÖEGH TRACER (1991-)                                             Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                   Tonnages:    33 236 gross, 10 338 net, 12 961 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:    179,88 m length x 29,20 m beam,
                                                12,37 m draught.
                                  Machinery:    6-cyl B&W engine, built by Mitsui Zosen KK,
                                                11200 BHK, 17 knots.
                                     History:   02.1981: Completed by Kanasashi Zosensho
                                                KK, Toyahashi to Barra Car Carrier Inc. (LHC),
                                                Oslo.
                                                09.1979: Ordered by LHC but sold to financial
                                                partner Bessemer whilst building. Operated on
                                                bb tc by Höegh in HUAL.
                                                1991: Purchased by LHC, Monrovia.
                                                1981-1994: HUAL Tracer.
                                                08.1994: Renamed Tracer.
                                                1995-2006: Renamed HUAL Tracer.
                                                2006: Renamed Höegh Tracer.




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183. HÖEGH TRAPPER (1991-)                                          Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                Tonnages:    33 236 gross, 10 338 net, 12 961 deadweight.
                              Dimensions:    180 m length x 23,93 m beam,
                                             12,37 m draught.
                               Machinery:    6-cyl B&W engine, built by Mitsui Zosen KK,
                                             11200 BHK, 17 knots.
                                  History:   09.1979: Ordered by LHC but sold to financial
                                             partner Bessemer whilst building.
                                             05.1981: Completed by Kanasashi Zosensho
                                             KK, Toyahashi to Barra Car Carrier Inc. (LHC),
                                             Oslo. Operated on bb tc by Höegh in HUAL.
                                             1991: Purchased by LHC.
                                             2006: Renamed Höegh Trapper.




184. BONA LIV (1993-1997)                                                      Type: Tanker

                                Tonnages:    79 544 gross, 152 419 deadweight.
                              Dimensions:    267 length x 46,23 beam, 23,80 m draught.
                               Machinery:    6-cyl B&W engine, built by the shipyard,
                                             20940 bhp, 15 knots.
                                  History:   07.1988: Delivered from Daewoo Shipbuilding
                                             & Machinery Ltd, Okpo as Golar Liv to Gotaas-
                                             Larsen Power Inc, Monrovia.
                                             06.1993: Purchased by Bona Shipholding Ltd,
                                             Nassau and renamed Bona Liv.
                                             02.1997: Sold to Metrofin, Piraeus.




185. BONA SPRAY (1993-1999)                                                    Type: Tanker

                                Tonnages:    55 864, 82 903 deadweight.
                              Dimensions:    243,80 length x 42 beam, 20,61 m draught.
                               Machinery:    7-cyl B&W engine, built by the shipyard,
                                             16440 bhp, 15 knots.
                                  History:   07.1988: Delivered from Mitsui Zosen KK,
                                             Tamano to Bona Shipholding Ltd, Nassau.
                                             1999: Sold to Teekay Shipping.




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186. BONA BRAVE (1993-1996)                                                   Type: Tanker

                                 Tonnages:    43 398 gross, 84 040 deadweight.
                               Dimensions:    228,60 length x 32,24 beam, 21,60 m draught.
                                Machinery:    6-cyl B&W engine, built by Hyundai Heavy
                                              Industries, 11005 bhp, 15 knots.
                                   History:   12.1990: Delivered from Burmeister & Wains
                                              Skibsværft AS, Copenhagen as Golar Ab-
                                              erdeen to Golar Aberdeen Inc. (Gotaas-Larsen
                                              Ltd), Monrovia.
                                              11.1993: Purchased by Bona Shipholding Ltd,
                                              Nassau and renamed Bona Brave.
                                              07.1996: Sold to KS Ul Sita (Tschudi & Eitzen
                                              AS), Oslo and renamed Sitamona.
                                              2003: Renamed Torm Hilde.
                                              2006: Owner Frigate Shipping, name Bel
                                              Taylor.




187. BONA BAY (1993-1996)                                                     Type: Tanker

                                 Tonnages:    43 398 gross, 84 040 deadweight.
                               Dimensions:    228,60 length x 32,24 beam, 21,58 m draught.
                                Machinery:    6-cyl B&W engine, built by Hyundai Heavy
                                              Industries, 11005 bhp, 15 knots.
                                   History:   09.1990: Delivered from Burmeister & Wains
                                              Skibsværft AS, Copenhagen as Golar Perth to
                                              Golar Perth Inc. (Gotaas-Larsen Ltd), Monrovia.
                                              10.1993: Purchased by Bona Shipholding Ltd,
                                              Nassau and renamed Bona Bay.
                                              08.1996: Sold to KS Ul Sita (Tschudi & Eitzen
                                              AS), Oslo and renamed Torm Sita.
                                              2002: Sold to Gyda Tankers AS and renamed
                                              Sara Viking.
                                              2008: Sold to Blackfin Shipping and renamed
                                              Blackfin.




188. BONA SPRING (1994-1999)                                                  Type: Tanker

                                 Tonnages:    52 862 gross, 94 752 deadweight.
                               Dimensions:    243,87 length x 42,00 beam, 19,21 m draught.
                                Machinery:    6-cyl B&W engine, built by the shipyard, 14700
                                              bhp, 15 knots.
                                   History:   01.1986: Delivered from Hyundai Heavy Indus-
                                              tries Ltd, Ulsan as Fortune to Temple Shipping
                                              Inc, Monrovia.
                                              02.1994: Purchased by Bona Shipholding Ltd,
                                              Nassau and renamed Bona Spring.
                                              1999: Sold to Teekay Shipping.
                                              2003: Sold to Ind-Aust Maritime Pvt. Ltd.
                                              and then to Mercator Lines Ltd., renamed
                                              Sadanand.




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189. BONA SAILOR (1993-1999)                                                     Type: Tanker

                                  Tonnages:    55 864 gross, 82 903 deadweight.
                                Dimensions:    243,80 length x 42 beam, 20,61 m draught.
                                 Machinery:    7-cyl B&W engine, built by the shipyard,
                                               16440 bhp, 15 knots.
                                    History:   03.1994: Delivered from Mitsui Zosen K.K.,
                                               Tamano to Bona Shipholding Ltd, Nassau.
                                               1999: Sold to Teekay Shipping.




190. BONA SPARROW (1994-1999)                                                    Type: Tanker

                                  Tonnages:    52 629 gross, 94 706 deadweight.
                                Dimensions:    243,87 length x 42,04 beam, 19,21 m draught.
                                 Machinery:    6-cyl B&W engine, built by the shipyard, 14700
                                               bhp, 15 knots.
                                    History:   12.1985: Delivered by Hyundai Heavy Indus-
                                               tries Co. Ltd, Ulsan as Golden Fleece to Eng-
                                               lish Electric Leasing Ltd. & Koreb Investments
                                               Corp, Monrovia.
                                               1993: Sold to Panther Shipping Ltd, Valletta,
                                               renamed Pretty Lady.
                                               1994: Purchased by Bona Shipholding Ltd,
                                               Nassau and renamed Bona Sparrow.
                                               1999: Sold to Teekay Shipping.




191. BONA SKIPPER (1994-1999)                                                    Type: Tanker

                                  Tonnages:    49 279 gross, 81 274 deadweight.
                                Dimensions:    233,60 length x 44 beam, 11,81 m draught.
                                 Machinery:    6-cyl Sulzer engine, built by the shipbuilders,
                                               14999 bhp, 15 knots.
                                    History:   6.1988: Delivered by Mitsubishi Heavy
                                               Industries Ltd. Nagasaki as Ocean Explorer to
                                               Amaco Ocean Tanker Co., Monrovia.
                                               1994: Acquired by Bona Shipholding Ltd. under
                                               long-term agreement with Amoco, renamed
                                               Bona Skipper.
                                               1999: Sold to Teekay Shipping.




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192. BONA SPINNER (1994-1999)                                                     Type: Tanker

                                  Tonnages:     49 279 gross, 81 274 deadweight.
                                Dimensions:     233,60 length x 44 beam, 12,19 m draught.
                                 Machinery:     6-cyl Sulzer engine, built by the shipbuilders,
                                                14999 bhp, 15 knots.
                                    History:    11.1988: Delivered by Mitsubishi Heavy In-
                                                dustries Ltd. Nagasaki as Ocean Navigator to
                                                Amaco Ocean Tanker Co., Monrovia.
                                                1994: Acquired by Bona Shipholding Ltd.
                                                under long-term agreement with Amoco,
                                                renamed Bona Spinner.
                                                1999: Sold to Teekay Shipping.




193. BONA SHIMMER (1994-1999)                                                     Type: Tanker

                                  Tonnages:    49 279 gross, 84 841 deadweight.
                                Dimensions:    233,60 length x 44 beam, 12,21 m draught.
                                 Machinery:    6-cyl Sulzer engine, built by the shipbuilders,
                                               13492 bhp, 15 knots.
                                    History:   08.1989: Delivered by Mitsubishi Heavy Indus-
                                               tries Ltd. Nagasaki as Ocean Leader Navigator
                                               to Amaco Ocean Tanker Co., Monrovia.
                                               1994: Acquired by Bona Shipholding Ltd.
                                               under long-term agreement with Amoco,
                                               renamed Bona Shimmer.
                                               1999: Sold to Teekay Shipping.




194. BASSRO STAR (1994-1995)                                               Type: RoRo Carrier

                                  Tonnages:      3 642 gross, 5 586 deadweight.
                                Dimensions:      132,70 m length x 19,03 m beam, 12,09 m
                                                 draught.
                                 Machinery:      6-cyl Sulzer engine, built by Hitachi Zosen KK,
                                                 10400 BHK, 17 knots.
                                     History:    10.1976: Completed by Trosvik verksted,
                                                 Brevik as Seaspeed Dora to Seaspeed Ferries
                                International Ltd. (Marship Corp), Andros. 1978: Capsized and
                                declared total loss. Sold to Knut H.Hermansson, Skärhamn
                                “as is”, repaired as Inge Express. 1981: Sold to UBEM NV
                                (Cobelfret), Antwerp renamed Marcel C. 03.1989: Sold to Bassro
                                Star AS, Oslo/NIS and renamed Bassro Star. 12.1989: Sold to
                                KS Bassro Star (Arcade Shipping AS), Oslo/NIS. 11.1991: Sold
                                to Bassro Maritime AS, Copenhagen in as financial lease-back
                                to Arcade Shipping. 07.1994: Taken over by LHC together with
                                Arcade Shipping AS and repurchased from lessors. 02.1995:
                                Sold to Exxtor Ferries ltd., Killingholme, registered Nassau and
                                renamed Endeavour.



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195. ARCADE EAGLE (1994-1996)                                              Type: RoRo Carrier

                                   Tonnages:    4 983/9 858 gross, 6 680 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:    133,5 m length x 22,81 m beam,
                                                12,86 m draught.
                                  Machinery:    2x6-cyl Sulzer engines, built by Zgoda, 7800
                                                BHK, 16 knots.
                                     History:   1981: Completed by Stocznia Gdanska im
                                                Lenina, Gdansk as Autostrada to Compania
                                                de Navagacao Lloyd Brasileiro, Rio de Janeiro.
                                                06.1990: Acquired by Arcade Shipping AS
                                                Oslo/NIS and renamed Arcade Eagle. 01.1991:
                                                Registered to Arcade Eagle KS (Arcade Ship-
                                                ping AS, Oslo). 09.1991: Sold to KS Ul Arcade
                                                (Unileasing AS), Copenhagen, registered
                                                Oslo/NIS, with 5/8 years BB TC back and
                                                repurchase option. 07.1994: Arcade Shipping
                                                AS taken over by LHC. 06.1996: Sold to Sea
                                                Malta Co. Ltd, Marsa, Malta and renamed
                                                Senglea.


196. ARCADE FALCON (1994-1996)                                             Type: RoRo Carrier

                                   Tonnages:    4 983/9 859 gross, 6 681 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:    133,5 m length x 22,81 m beam,
                                  Machinery:    12,86 m draught.
                                                2x6-cyl Sulzer engines, built by Zgoda, 7800
                                                BHK, 16 knots.
                                     History:   1982: Completed by Stocznia Gdanska im
                                                Lenina, Gdansk as Autovia to Compania de
                                                Navagacao Lloyd Brasileiro, Rio de Janeiro.
                                                06.1990: Acquired by Arcade Shipping
                                                AS Oslo/NIS and renamed Arcade Falcon.
                                                01.1991: Registered to Arcade Falcon KS
                                                (Arcade Shipping AS, Oslo). 09.1991: Sold to
                                                KS UI Arcade (Unileasing AS), Copenhagen,
                                                registered Oslo/NIS, with 5/8 years BB TC
                                                back and repurchase option. 07.1994: Arcade
                                                Shipping AS taken over by LHC. 05.1996: Sold
                                                to TEM Shipping & Trading Ltd., Istanbul and
                                                renamed Ulusöy III.


197. IRON MASTER (1994-1997)                                                 Type: Bulk carrier

                                   Tonnages:    68 715 gross, 127 774 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:    264,45 m length x 40,81 m beam,
                                  Machinery:    22,81 m draught.
                                                6-cyl B&W engine, built by Hyundai Heavy
                                                Industries, 16700 BHK, 15 knots.
                                     History:   1982: Completed by Hyundai Heavy Industries
                                                Co. Ltd., Ulsan as Pacific Challenge to Lloyds
                                                Bank International Ltd. (Golden Peak Maritime
                                                Agency Ltd.), Hong Kong.
                                                1986: Sold to I.M. Naviera SA, Panama and
                                                renamed Iron Master.
                                                1990: Company acquired by Arcade Shipping
                                                AS, Oslo, reg. Panama.
                                                07.1994: Arcade Shipping AS taken over by
                                                LHC.
                                                22.09.1997: Sold to Business & Transportation
                                                Ltd., Isle of Man. New name: St. John.




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198. SPRING BRIDE (1994-2002)                                                   Type: Reefer

                                  Tonnages:    12 340 gross, 10 126 deadweight.
                                Dimensions:    147,61 m length x 24,01 m beam,
                                               13,42 m draught.
                                 Machinery:    6-cyl B&W engine, built by Mitsui Zosen KK,
                                               11600 BHP, 19 knots.
                                    History:   1984: Completed by Kurushima Dockyard Co
                                               Ltd., Onishi as Spring Bride to great Pacific
                                               Line AS, Panama.
                                               1989: Sold to Altair Way SA, Panama.
                                               09.1994: Purchased by International Reefer
                                               Ltd., Bermuda (LHC), Panama and continued
                                               in Leonina pool.
                                               15.02.2002: Sold to Valencia Shipping Corpo-
                                               ration, Grand Cayman Islands.




199. SPRING DREAM (1994-1998)                                                   Type: Reefer

                                  Tonnages:    12 783 gross, 9 891 deadweight.
                                Dimensions:    152,30 m length x 24,08 m beam,
                                               13,42 m draught.
                                 Machinery:    6-cyl B&W engine, built by Hyundai, 11600
                                               BHP, 19 knots.
                                    History:   03.1984: Completed by Korea Shipbuilding &
                                               Engineering Corp, Busan as Spring Desire to
                                               Maritime de Infinidad SA, Nassau.
                                               1989: Sold to Bigginhill co Ltd. Hong Kong and
                                               renamed Spring Dream.
                                               09.1994: Purchased by International Reefer
                                               Ltd., Bermuda (LHC), Panama and continued in
                                               Leonina pool.
                                               06.10.1997: Bought.
                                               28.05.1998: Declared constructive total loss
                                               (fire).




200. BONA RAINBOW (1995-1999)                                                  Type: Tanker

                                  Tonnages:    59 041 gross, 97 115 deadweight.
                                Dimensions:    253,02 length x 44,46 beam, 19,31 m draught.
                                 Machinery:    6-cyl Sulzer engine, built by IHI, 20400 bhp,
                                               15,5 knots.
                                    History:   1980: Built by Sasebo Heavy Industries Co.
                                               Ltd as Happy Sprite to Aquastar Navigation
                                               SA, Monrovia.
                                               05.1989: Purchased by KS Smedvig Tankers
                                               V (Peder Smedvig AS), Stavanger/NIS and
                                               renamed Vestri.
                                               05.1993: Sold to Vestri Shipping Inc. (Smedvig
                                               Tankships Ltd), Stavanger/NIS.
                                               10.1995: Company aquired by Bona Shiphold-
                                               ing Ltd.
                                               1996: Renamed Bona Rainbow.
                                               1999: Sold to Teekay Shipping.




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201. BONA RAMBLER (1995-1996)                                                                   Type: Tanker




   Tonnages:    43 517 gross, 87 549 deadweight.
 Dimensions:    243 length x 42 beam, 12,72 m draught.
  Machinery:    12-cyl MAN-B&W engine, 15896 bhp, 15 knots.
     History:   1980: Built by Sasebo Heavy Industries Co. Ltd. as Diana to Sanyo Kaiji KK, Uwajima
                12.1987: Purchased by KS Smedvig Tankers III & Co. (Peter Smedvig AS), Stavanger and renamed
                Venita.
                11.1989: Sold to KS Smedvig Tankers VI, Stavanger.
                05.1990: Renamed Mega Venita and Venita 10.1991.
                13.06.1993: Engine damage off Chesapeake Bay, while on a voyage from Venezuela to Philadel-
                phia. Repaired and reengined by Blohm und Voss, Hamburg, delivered 12.1993.
                01.1995: Sold to Smedvig Tankships AS, Stavanger.
                10.1995: Company acquired by Bona Shipholding Ltd and in 1996 renamed Bona Rambler.
                11.1996: Sold to Lyras Shipping Ltd. Valletta and renamed Amphion.




202. BONA RANGER (1995-1999)                                                                    Type: Tanker

                                                  Tonnages:    52 518 gross, 99 257 deadweight.
                                                Dimensions:    247,07 length x 41,64 beam, 18,75 m draught.
                                                 Machinery:    6-cyl Sulzer engine, built by Cegielski, 19080
                                                               bhp, 15,5 knots.
                                                    History:   01.1986: Built by Stocznia im Komuny
                                                               Paryskiej, Gdynia, launched as Colorado for
                                                               unknown owners. Delivered as Beryl to First
                                                               Aframax Tanker Corp. Monrovia.
                                                               1993: Sold to Boreggo Shipping Ltd, Monrovia,
                                                               renamed Feliz.
                                                               12.1993: Acquired by Venliza Shipping Inc.
                                                               (Smedvig Tankships Ltd), Monrovia and re-
                                                               named Venliza.
                                                               10.1995: Company acquired by Bona Shiphold-
                                                               ing Ltd.
                                                               1996: Renamed Bona Ranger.
                                                               1999: Sold to Teekay Shipping, renamed Clare
                                                               Spirit.
                                                               2003: Sold to Leader Transport Inc, renamed
                                                               Hawaiian Leader.
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203. BONA RAY (1995-1999)                                                     Type: Tanker

                                Tonnages:    52 524 gross, 99 335 deadweight.
                              Dimensions:    247,20 length x 41,64 beam, 18,78 m draught.
                               Machinery:    6-cyl Sulzer engine, built by Cegielski,
                                             19080 bhp, 15,5 knots.
                                  History:   06.1987: Delivered by Stocznia im Komuny
                                             Paryskiej, Gdynia, as Eliane to Second Afra-
                                             max Tanker Corp. Monrovia.
                                             04.1993: Sold to Antares Shipping Corp,
                                             Monrovia, renamed Antares.
                                             09.1993: Acquired by Ventares Shipping
                                             Inc. (Smedvig Tankships Ltd), Monrovia and
                                             renamed Ventares.
                                             10.1995: Company acquired by Bona
                                             Shipholding Ltd.
                                             1996: Renamed Bona Ray.
                                             1999: Sold to Teekay Shipping.




204. BONA RIDER (1995-1999)                                                   Type: Tanker

                                Tonnages:    52 875 gross, 95 370 deadweight.
                              Dimensions:    244,06 length x 42 beam, 19,50 m draught.
                               Machinery:    5-cyl B&W engine, built by the shipbuilders,
                                             17514 bhp, 15 knots.
                                  History:   06.1995: Delivered by Hyundai Heavy Indus-
                                             tries Co. Ltd, Ulsan to Smedvig Tankships Ltd,
                                             Monrovia as Vanessa.
                                             10.1995: Company acquired by Bona
                                             Shipholding Ltd.
                                             1996: Renamed Bona Rider.
                                             1999: Sold to Teekay Shipping, renamed
                                             Gotland Spirit.




205. BONA ROBIN (1995-1999)                                                   Type: Tanker

                                Tonnages:    52 875 gross, 95 370 deadweight.
                              Dimensions:    244,06 length x 42 beam, 19,50 m draught.
                               Machinery:    5-cyl B&W engine, built by the shipbuilders,
                                             17514 bhp, 15 knots.
                                  History:   08.1995: Delivered by Hyundai Heavy Indus-
                                             tries Co. Ltd, Ulsan to Smedvig Tankships Ltd,
                                             Monrovia as Venita.
                                             10.1995: Company acquired by Bona
                                             Shipholding Ltd.
                                             1996: Renamed Bona Robin.
                                             1999: Sold to Teekay Shipping and later Sotra
                                             Spirit L.L.C and renamed Sotra Spirit.




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206. BONA ROVER (1995-1999)                                                                     Type: Tanker

                                                 Tonnages:    52 875 gross, 95 416 deadweight.
                                               Dimensions:    244,06 length x 42 beam, 19,50 m draught.
                                                Machinery:    5-cyl B&W engine, built by the shipbuilders,
                                                              17514 bhp, 15 knots.
                                                   History:   11.1995: Delivered by Hyundai Heavy Indus-
                                                              tries Co. Ltd, Ulsan to Smedvig Tankships Ltd,
                                                              Monrovia as Vendonna.
                                                              10.1995: Company acquired by Bona
                                                              Shipholding Ltd.
                                                              1996: Renamed Bona Rover.
                                                              1999: Sold to Teekay Shipping and renamed
                                                              Falster Spirit.




207. GUARDIAN (1995-1999)                                                                       Type: Tanker




   Tonnages:    164 032 gross, 357 650 deadweight.
 Dimensions:    362,59 length x 60 beam, 22,36 m draught.
  Machinery:    2 Stal-Laval steam turbines, 40000 shp, 15 knots .
     History:   06.1977: Delivered by Kockums Varv AB, Malmö as Wind Eagle to PR Wind Tankers (Lars Krogh &
                Co.), Oslo.
                06.1985: Sold to Telfair Shipping Co. Ltd. Limassol and renamed W Eagle.
                08.1986: To Mimosa Shipping Pte Ltd (Peder Smedvig AS, Stavanger), Singapore and renamed
                Mimosa.
                06.1988: Sold to KS Smedvig Tankers I AS (Peder Smedvig AS), Stavanger.
                06.1993: Sold to Mimosa Navigation Inc (Smedvig Tankships Ltd), Stavanger.
                10.1995: Company acquired by Bona Shipholding Ltd, reg Nassau.
                03.1996: Renamed Guardian, storage vessel Al-Shaheen.
                1999: Sold to Teekay Shipping.




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208. BORNES (1995-1999)                                                 Type: Tanker

                            Tonnages:    52 530 gross, 88 950 deadweight.
                          Dimensions:    243,82 length x 42,02 beam, 19,20 m draught.
                           Machinery:    6-cyl B&W engine built by AESA, 14857 bhp,
                                         14 knots .
                              History:   03.1990: Delivered by Setenave, Setubal to
                                         Soponota Ltda, Lisbon/Monrovia.
                                         1995: To Soponota-Smedvig Tankships (I) Inc,
                                         Monrovia, with Smedvig Tankships Ltd as 50
                                         per cent owners.
                                         10.1995: Interest acquired by Bona Shiphold-
                                         ing Ltd.
                                         1999: Sold to Teekay Shipping.




209. ERATI (1995-1999)                                                  Type: Tanker

                            Tonnages:    84 488 gross, 159 719 deadweight.
                          Dimensions:    271 length x 48,25 beam, 24,10 m draught.
                           Machinery:    6-cyl B&W engine built by AESA, 20300 bhp,
                                         15 knots.
                              History:   10.1992: Delivered by Solisnor Estaleiros
                                         Navais SA, Setubal to Soponota Ltda, Lisbon/
                                         Monrovia.
                                         1995: To Soponota-Smedvig Tankships (I) Inc,
                                         Monrovia, with Smedvig Tankships Ltd as 50
                                         per cent owners.
                                         10.1995: Interest acquired by Bona Shiphold-
                                         ing Ltd.
                                         1999: Sold to Teekay Shipping.




210. INAGO (1995-1999)                                                  Type: Tanker

                            Tonnages:    84 488 gross, 159 878 deadweight.
                          Dimensions:    271 length x 48,25 beam, 24,10 m draught.
                           Machinery:    6-cyl B&W engine built by AESA, 20300 bhp,
                                         15 knots.
                              History:   03.1993: Delivered by Solisnor Estaleiros
                                         Navais SA, Setubal to Soponota Ltda, Lisbon/
                                         Monrovia.
                                         1995: To Soponota-Smedvig Tankships (I) Inc,
                                         Monrovia, with Smedvig Tankships Ltd as 50
                                         per cent owners.
                                         10.1995: Interest acquired by Bona Shiphold-
                                         ing Ltd.
                                         1999: Sold to Teekay Shipping.




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211. BONA FAIR (1995-1999)                                              Type: OBO carrier

                               Tonnages:     37 913 gross, 75 710 deadweight.
                             Dimensions:     243,47 length x 32,29 beam, 20,50 m draught.
                              Machinery:     8-cyl MAN, built by the shipyard, 16533 bhk.
                                 History:    06.1981: Delivered by Bremer Vulkan, Bremen
                                             as August Thyssen to City Corp (Suisse-Outre-
                                             mer Reederei AG), Monrovia.
                                             1988: Sold to Balsie Shipping Ltd, Monrovia,
                                             renamed El Lobo.
                                             04.1990: Purchased by Ballenita KS (C H
                                             Sørensen & Sønner AS), Arendal, renamed
                                             Ballenita.
                                             06.1993: Sold to Ariel KS, same managers.
                                             09.1995: Acquired by Bona Shipholding Ltd,
                                             Hamilton, Bermuda, NIS registered as Bona
                                             Fair.
                                             1999: Sold to Teekay Shipping.




212. ACINA (1995-1999)                                                  Type: OBO carrier

                               Tonnages:     37 913 gross, 75 470 deadweight.
                             Dimensions:     243,47 length x 32,26 beam, 20,53 m draught.
                              Machinery:     8-cyl MAN, built by the shipyard, 16520 bhk,
                                             14 knots.
                                 History:    04.1982: Delivered by Bremer Vulkan, Bremen
                                             as Kaszony to Eldorado Shipping Co. Ltd.
                                             (Suisse-Outremer Reederei AG), Monrovia.
                                             1988: Sold to Monk Shipping Ltd, Monrovia,
                                             renamed El Zorro.
                                             03.1990: Purchased by Acina I KS (C H
                                             Sørensen & Sønner AS), Arendal and renamed
                                             Acina.
                                             06.1993: Sold to Ariel KS, same managers.
                                             09.1995: To Acina KS, with the same man-
                                             agers, but 10,2 per cent holding by Bona
                                             Shipholding Ltd, Bermuda and joined Bona’s
                                             OBO-pool.
                                             1999: Sold to Teekay Shipping.


213. ARIEL (1995-1999)                                                  Type: OBO carrier

                               Tonnages:     44 478 gross, 75 590 deadweight.
                             Dimensions:     243,47 length x 32,22 beam, 20,53 m draught.
                              Machinery:     8-cyl MAN, built by the shipyard, 16488 bhk,
                                             14 knots.
                                  History:   01.1983: Delivered by Bremer Vulkan, Bremen
                                             as Ariel to PR Ariel (C H Sørensen & Sønner
                                             AS), Arendal.
                                             10.1985: Transferred to Vapores Pacifico SA,
                                             Panama, same managers, renamed Ariel I.
                                             05.1988: To C H Sørensen & Sønner AS, Aren-
                                             dal and renamed Ariel.
                                             06.1993: Sold to Ariel KS, same managers.
                                             09.1995: To Acina KS, with the same managers,
                                             but 10,2 per cent holding by Bona Shipholding
                                             Ltd, Bermuda and joined Bona’s OBO-pool.
                                             1999: Sold to Teekay Shipping.




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214. HÖEGH TRIDENT (1995-)                                                      Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                           Tonnages:      56 164 gross, 20 938 net, 21 423 deadweight.
                                         Dimensions:      199,98 m length x 32,26 m beam,
                                                          13,70 m draught.
                                          Machinery:      7-cyl B&W engine, built by the shipbuilders,
                                                          19460 BHP, 20 knots.
                                               History:   02.1995: Completed by Hyundai Heavy Indus-
                                                          tries Co.Ltd., Ulsan.
                                                          04.2006: Renamed Höegh Trident.




215. HÖEGH TROOPER (1995-)                                                      Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                           Tonnages:      56 164 gross, 20 938 net, 21 414 deadweight.
                                         Dimensions:      199,98 m length x 32,26 m beam,
                                                          13,70 m draught.
                                          Machinery:      7-cyl B&W engine, built by the shipbuilders,
                                                          19460 BHP, 20 knots.
                                               History:   03.1995: Completed by Hyundai Heavy Indus-
                                                          tries Co.Ltd., Ulsan.
                                                          2005: Renamed Höegh Trooper.




216. SUMMER BAY/CHIQUITA BARACOA (1995-2003)                                               Type: Reefer

                                           Tonnages:      12 660 gross, 6 755 net, 13 613 deadweight.
                                         Dimensions:      169,09 m length x 24,01 m beam,
                                                          13,21 m draught.
                                          Machinery:      7-cyl B&W engine, built by Mitsui Zosen KK,
                                                          19810 BHP, 24 knots.
                                               History:   1985: Completed by Kurushima Dockyard Co
                                                          Ltd., Onishi as Ellen D to Blue Pearl Line SA,
                                                          Panama.
                                                          1989: Renamed Chiquita Baracoa.
                                                          21.09.1995: UAC Holding sells to International
                                                          Reefer Ltd., Bermuda (LHC), Nassau en bloc
                                                          with three sisters.
                                                          01.1996: Renamed Summer Bay in Cool Car-
                                                          riers service.
                                                          06.05.1997: International Reefer Ltd. sells to
                                                          Unicoolship Ltd.
                                                          06.11.2000: Unicoolship Ltd. sells to LHC.
                                                          03.07.2003: Sold to Bay Shipping Corp. of
                                                          Marshall Island.

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217. SUMMER FLOWER/CHIQUITA BARU (1995-2003)                                               Type: Reefer

                                          Tonnages:       12 659 gross, 6 755 net, 13 556 deadweight.
                                        Dimensions:       169,10 m length x 24,01 m beam,
                                                          13,21 m draught.
                                         Machinery:       7-cyl B&W engine, built by Mitsui Zosen KK,
                                                          19 810 BHP, 20 knots.
                                               History:   1984: Completed by Sasebo Heavy Industries
                                                          Co Ltd, Sasebo as Vivian M to Kyoto Shipping
                                                          ltd. Hong Kong/Panama. 1989: Renamed
                                                          Chiquita Baru. 09.1995: UAC Holding sells to
                                                          International Reefer Ltd., Bermuda (LHC), Nas-
                                                          sau en bloc with three sisters.
                                                          01.1996: Renamed Summer Flower in Cool
                                                          Carriers service.
                                                          06.05.1997: International Reefer Ltd. sells to
                                                          Unicoolship Ltd.
                                                          06.11.2000: Unicoolship Ltd. sells to LHC.
                                                          08.01.2002: Transferred IUM.
                                                          09.07.2003: Sold to Flower Shipping Corp.


218. SUMMER MEADOW/CHIQUITA BOCAS (1995-2003)                                              Type: Reefer

                                          Tonnages:       12 659 gross, 6 755 net, 13 584 deadweight.
                                        Dimensions:       169,09 m length x 24,01 m beam,
                                                          13,21 m draught.
                                         Machinery:       7-cyl B&W engine, built by Mitsui Zosen KK,
                                                          19810 BHP, 20 knots.
                                               History:   1985: Completed by Kurushima Dockyard Co
                                                          Ltd., Onishi as Irma M to Lake Biwa Shipping
                                                          Ltd., Hong Kong/Panama.
                                                          1989: Renamed Chiquita Bocas.
                                                          09.1995: Purchased by International Reefer
                                                          Ltd., Bermuda (LHC), Nassau en bloc with
                                                          three sisters.
                                                          01.1996: Renamed Summer Meadow in Cool
                                                          Carriers service.
                                                          06.11.2000: Unicoolship Ltd. sells to LHC.
                                                          15.01.2002: Transferred IUM.
                                                          14.07.2003: Sold to Meadow Shipping Corp.
                                                          of Marshall Islands.


219. SUMMER WIND/CHIQUITA BURICA (1995-2003)                                               Type: Reefer

                                           Tonnages:      12 659 gross, 6 755 net, 13 636 deadweight.
                                         Dimensions:      169,09 m length x 24,01 m beam,
                                                          13,21 m draught.
                                          Machinery:      7-cyl B&W engine, built by Mitsui Zosen KK,
                                                          19810 BHP, 20 knots.
                                               History:   1985: Completed by Kurushima Dockyard Co
                                                          Ltd., Onishi as Edith L to Blue Pearl Line SA,
                                                          Panama.
                                                          1989: Renamed Chiquita Burica.
                                                          09.1995: Purchased by International Reefer
                                                          Ltd., Bermuda (LHC), Nassau en bloc with three
                                                          sisters.
                                                          01.1996: Renamed Summer Wind in Cool Car-
                                                          riers service.
                                                          02.02.2002: Transferred IUM.
                                                          02.07.2003: Sold to Wind Shipping Corp., M.I.




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220. HÖEGH TRINITY (1995-)                                              Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                     Tonnages:    45 365 gross, 15 107 net, 17 938 deadweight.
                                   Dimensions:    190 m length x 32,24 m beam,
                                                  30,55 m draught.
                                    Machinery:    7-cyl Sulzer engine,Sumitomo Sulzer 7RND 76
                                                  M, 16800 BHP, 19 knots.
                                       History:   1981: Completed by Sumitomo Heavy
                                                  Industries Ltd. Oppama as Yokohama Maru to
                                                  Nissan Motor Car Carrier Co Ltd, Tokyo.
                                                  1988: Sold to World Car Carriers Inc.,Monrovia
                                                  and renamed Yokohama.1995: Acquired by
                                                  HUAL Trinita Shipping Ltd., Monrovia (LHC
                                                  and Andreas Ugland Autoliners AS on a 50/50
                                                  joint basis), managed by Ugland Marine Ser-
                                                  vices SA, Grimstad and renamed HUAL Trinita.
                                                  2000: Acquired by LHC and renamed Hual
                                                  Trinity. 22.01.2002: Management HFS.
                                                  22.06.2005: Renamed Höegh Trinity.



221. ERIKSON CRYSTAL (1995-2002)                                                  Type: Reefer

                                     Tonnages:    5 084 gross, 3 163 net, 6 120 deadweight.
                                   Dimensions:    109 m length x 18 m beam,
                                                  9,80 m draught.
                                    Machinery:    12-cyl Wärtsilä Vasa Engine, 5496 BHP, 16.5
                                                  knots.
                                       History:   09.1989: Completed by Kleven Mek Verksted
                                                  AS, Ulsteinvik as Erikson Crystal to Island
                                                  Shipping ltd.(Rederi-AB Gustaf Erikson),
                                                  Mariehamn, reg. Nassau.
                                                  1995: A share of 60% purchased by LHC.
                                                  21.11.2002: Sold to Green Selje KS. Renamed
                                                  Green Selje.




222. HÖEGH TRANSIT (1996-)                                              Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                     Tonnages:    45 573 gross, 15 017 net, 17 650 deadweight.
                                   Dimensions:    191 m length x 32,21 m beam,
                                                  30,55 m draught.
                                    Machinery:    7-cyl Sulzer engine, Hitachi B&W 9L67 GFC,
                                                  16800 BHP, 19 knots.
                                       History:   1981: Completed by Hitachi Zosen, Innoshima
                                                  as Kyushu Maru to Nissan Motor Car Carrier
                                                  Co.Ltd., Tokyo.
                                                  1988: Sold to World Car Carriers Inc., Monro-
                                                  via and renamed Kyushu.
                                                  1996: Acquired by Hual Transita Shipping
                                                  Ltd., Monrovia (LHC and Andreas Ugland
                                                  Autoliners AS on a 50/50 joint basis), managed
                                                  by Ugland Marine Services SA, Grimstad and
                                                  renamed HUAL Transita.
                                                  2000: Acquired by LHC and renamed HUAL
                                                  Transit 06.10.2000.




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223. IVORY DAWN (1997-2003)                                                   Type: Reefer

                                 Tonnages:   10 412 gross, 5 253 net.
                               Dimensions:   150,01 m length x 22,55 m beam,
                                             9,067 draught.
                                Machinery:   MAN B&W 6S60MC
                                  History:   1991: Completed at Shikoku Dockyard Co.,
                                             Ltd.
                                             01.01.97: Bought.
                                             05.02.03: Sold to Masumoto Shipping Co.,
                                             Ltd.




224. HÖEGH MONAL (1997-2004)                                  Type: Open hatch bulk carrier

                                 Tonnages:   36 463 gross, 16 961 net, 49 755 deadweight.
                               Dimensions:   199,9 m length x 32,2 m beam,
                                             19,5 m draught.
                                Machinery:   6-cyl B&W engine, built by Mitsui, 16500 BHP.
                                  History:   12.1996: Completed by Mitsui Zosen KK,
                                             Tamano as Saga Challanger.
                                             07.12.2001: Renamed Höegh Monal.
                                             23.04.2002: TC to Saga Forest Carriers Inter-
                                             national AS, Tønsberg.
                                             06.05.2004: Sold to Scorpio Carriers Ltd,
                                             Monrovia, Liberia.




225. HÖEGH MORUS (1997-2004)                                  Type: Open hatch bulk carrier

                                 Tonnages:   36 463 gross, 16 961 net, 56 801 deadweight.
                               Dimensions:   192,215 m length x 32,2 m beam,
                                             19,5 m draught.
                                Machinery:   6-cyl B&N engine, built by Mitsui, 16 500 BHP.
                                  History:   1997: Completed by Mitsui Zosen KK.
                                             23.04.2002: Registered Bahamas, TC til Saga
                                             Forest Carriers International AS, Tønsberg.
                                             15.04.2004: Sold to Scorpio Carriers Ltd,
                                             Monrovia, Liberia.




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226. SG ENTERPRISE (1997-2005)                                                     Type: Bulk

                                   Tonnages:     108 083 gross, 65 916 net
                                                 211 201 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:    312 m length x 50 m beam,
                                                 25,3 m draught.
                                   Machinery:    Hanjung B&W 7S70MC, 17610 kW
                                     History:    07.1997: Completed Daewoo Heavy
                                                 Industries Ltd.
                                                 02.12.1997: Reg. Bahamas, acquired from
                                                 Grand Quenn Limited, Liberia.
                                                 1998: Renamed Jedforest.
                                                 09.05.2000: Renamed SG Enterprise.
                                                 11.03.2005: SG Enterprise was delivered to her
                                                 new Owners, Bergesen d.y. Shipping AS, Oslo
                                                 at anchorage off Quingdao, China today 11
                                                 March, 2005 at 09.15 hours Norwegian time.
                                                 She will continue her charter with Shougang
                                                 under the same name and Bahamian flag.



227. SG PROSPERITY (1997-2005)                                                     Type: Bulk

                                   Tonnages:     108 083 gross, 65 916 net
                                                 211 201 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:    312 m length x 50 m beam,
                                                 25,3 m draught.
                                   Machinery:    Hanjung B&W 7S70MC, 17610 kW.
                                     History:    08.1997: Completed by Daewoo Heavy
                                                 Industries Ltd.
                                                 28.11.1997: Reg. Bahamas, acquired from
                                                 Trader Leader Limited, Liberia.
                                                 1998: Renamed Lauderdale.
                                                 09.05.2000: Renamed SG Prosperity.
                                                 04.03.2005: SG Prosperity was delivered to
                                                 her new Owners, Bergesen d.y. Shipping AS,
                                                 Oslo at Rotterdam, 04 March, 2005 at 14.10
                                                 hours Norwegian time. She will continue her
                                                 charter to Shougang under the same name
                                                 and flag.



228. CRYSTAL PRINCE (1998-2003)                                                  Type: Reefer

                                    Tonnages:    7 743 gross, 3 726 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:    131,25 m length x 19,60 m beam,
                                                 12,85 m draught.
                                   Machinery:    7-cyl B&W engine, built by Mitsui, 11012 BHP,
                                                 17 knots.
                                      History:   1991: Completed by Boelwerf SA, Tamise
                                                 to Europese Transportmaatschappij Crystal
                                                 Prince SA (F.Laeisz GmbH, Hamburg), Lux-
                                                 emburg.
                                                 09.1996: Purchased by International Reefer
                                                 Ltd., Bermuda (LHC), Nassau en bloc with
                                                 three sisters.
                                                 11.03.1998: Bought.
                                                 28.02.2002: Transferred IUM.
                                                 21.08.2003: Sold to MS Prince NTH Schif-
                                                 fahrts GmbH, Bremen.




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229. CRYSTAL PRIDE (1998-2003)                                                         Type: Reefer

                                        Tonnages:    7 743 gross, 3 726 deadweight.
                                      Dimensions:    131,25 m length x 19,60 m beam,
                                                     12,85 m draught.
                                       Machinery:    7-cyl B&W engine, built by Mitsui, 11012 BHP,
                                                     17 knots.
                                          History:   1992: Completed by Boelwerf SA, Tamise to
                                                     Europese Transportmaatschappij Crystal Pride
                                                     SA (F.Laeisz GmbH, Hamburg), Luxemburg.
                                                     09.1996: Purchased by International Reefer
                                                     Ltd., Bermuda (LHC), Nassau en bloc with
                                                     three sisters.
                                                     04.03.1998: Bought.
                                                     15.01.2002: Transferred IUM.
                                                     31.07.2003: Sold to Nikolai Schiffahrtsgesell-
                                                     schaft mbH, Rostock.




230. CRYSTAL PRIMADONNA (1998-2003)                                                    Type: Reefer

                                        Tonnages:    7 743 gross, 3 726 deadweight.
                                      Dimensions:    131,25 m length x 19,60 m beam,
                                                     12,85 m draught.
                                       Machinery:    7-cyl B&W engine, built by Mitsui, 11012 BHP,
                                                     17 knots.
                                          History:   1992: Completed by Boelwerf SA, Tamise
                                                     to Europese Transportmaatschappij Crystal
                                                     Primadonna SA (F.Laeisz GmbH, Hamburg),
                                                     Luxemburg.
                                                     09.1996: Purchased by International Reefer
                                                     Ltd., Bermuda (LHC), Nassau en bloc with
                                                     three sisters.
                                                     25.03.1998: Bought.
                                                     30.01.2002: Transferred to IUM.
                                                     05.09.2003: Sold to MS Primadonna Schif-
                                                     fahrst GmbH Bremen.




231. CRYSTAL PRIVILEGE (1998-2003)                                                     Type: Reefer

                                        Tonnages:    7 743 gross, 3 726 deadweight.
                                      Dimensions:    131,25 m length x 19,60 m beam,
                                                     12,85 m draught.
                                       Machinery:    7-cyl B&W engine, built by Mitsui, 11012 BHP,
                                                     17 knots.
                                          History:   1991: Completed by Boelwerf SA, Tamise
                                                     to Europese Transportmaatschappij Crys-
                                                     tal Privilege SA (F.Laeisz GmbH, Hamburg),
                                                     Luxemburg.
                                                     09.1996: Purchased by International Reefer
                                                     Ltd., Bermuda (LHC), Nassau en bloc with three
                                                     sisters.
                                                     18.03.1998: Bought.
                                                     19.01.2002: Transferred IUM.
                                                     22.08.2003: Sold to Nikolai Schiffahrtsgesell-
                                                     schaft mbH, Rostock.




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232. HÖEGH GALLEON (1998-2007)                                         Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                   Tonnages:    71 804 gross, 21 542 net, 48 850 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:    249,54 m length x 40 m beam, 10,64 m
                                                draught.
                                  Machinery:    General Electrics Kværner Bruk MST 14
                                                geared steam engine.
                                     History:   1974: Completed Built Rosenberg Verft.
                                                04.12.1998: Acquired to Höegh LNG and re-
                                                build to high standard. Operated under a long
                                                term charter to Suez LNG North America until
                                                2006 when they ordered the vessel in lay-up.
                                                15.10.07: Sold to Maverick LNG Holdings
                                                Ltd. and delivered to new owner Margaret Hill
                                                LNGC, LCC at Gibraltar 15 October 2007 at
                                                2156 local time. She will carry Marshall Island
                                                flag and be renamed “Margaret Hill”. New
                                                managers are V-ships UK Ltd.




233. HÖEGH TRADER (1998-)                                              Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                   Tonnages:    56 816 gross, 19 766 net, 16 393 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:    199,9 m length x 32,26 m beam,
                                                32,59 m draught.
                                  Machinery:    Hanjung B&W 7S60 MC, 14310 kW.
                                    History:    12.1998: Completed by Daewoo Heavy Indus-
                                                tries Ltd. For Wood Street Leasing Ltd.
                                                2006: Reg. Bahamas as HUAL Trader, re-
                                                named Höegh Trader.
                                                01.2009: Elongated at Hyundai Vinashin Ship-
                                                yard, Vietnam. New length 228 m.




234. HÖEGH TRANSPORTER (1999-)                                         Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                   Tonnages:    57 757 gross, 21 007 net, 16 474 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:    199,9 m length x 32,26 m beam,
                                                32,59 m draught.
                                  Machinery:    Sulzer 7RTA 620, 15537 kW.
                                    History:    05.1999: Completed by Gdynia.
                                                2007: Reg. Bahamas, renamed Höegh Trans-
                                                porter.




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235. HÖEGH TREASURE (1999-)                                           Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                   Tonnages:   58 684 gross, 17 606 net, 22 138 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:   199,9 m length x 62,26 m beam,
                                               32,26m draught.
                                  Machinery:   Man B&W 7S60MC.
                                    History:   1999: Completed Tsuneishi Shipbuilding Co.
                                               Ltd. Built as HUAL Carolita. Reg. Bahamas.
                                               2000: Renamed HUAL Treasure.
                                               2006: Leif Höegh (UK) Limited, renamed
                                               Höegh Treasure.




236. CITY OF PARIS (1999-2008)                                        Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                   Tonnages:   9 950 gross, 2 985 net, 2 985 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:   94 m length x 20,6 m beam,
                                               18,3 m draught.
                                  Machinery:   7L35MC Diesel, 5600 PS x 210 PRM.
                                    History:   29.09.1999: Completed by Shin Kurushima
                                               Dockyard, Hiroshima, Japan. LHC acquired
                                               newbuilding from Euro Marine Ships Inc., Libe-
                                               rian flag, on bareboat TC to Manx Car Carriers
                                               Ltd., Isle of Man flag, Charterer Euro Marine
                                               Carrier, Amsterdam, LR.
                                               01.09.2008: Sold and delivered to new owners
                                               Manx Car Carriers Ltd.




237. CITY OF ROME (1999-2008)                                         Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                   Tonnages:   9 950 gross, 2 985 net, 2 985 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:   95 m length x 20,6 m beam,
                                               18,3 m draught.
                                  Machinery:   7L35MC Diesel, 5600 PS x 210 PRM.
                                    History:   14.06.1999: Completed by Shin Kurushima
                                               Dockyard, Hiroshima, Japan. LHC acquired
                                               newbuilding from Euro Marine Ships Inc., Libe-
                                               rian flag, on bareboat TC to Manx Car Carriers
                                               Ltd., Isle of Man flag, Charterer Euro Marine
                                               Carrier, Amsterdam, LR.
                                               02.06.2008: Sold and delivered to new owners
                                               Manx Car Carriers Ltd.




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238. BONA VALIANT (1999-1999)                                                  Type: Tanker

                                   Tonnages:    62 619 gross, 113 334 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:    249 length x 44 beam, 14,60 m draught.
                                  Machinery:    Burmeister & Wain.
                                     History:   05.1999: Delivered by Samsung Shipbuilding
                                                H.I.
                                                1999: Sold to Teekay Shipping and renamed
                                                Kiowa Spirit.
                                                .




239. BONA VERITY (1999-1999)                                                   Type: Tanker

                                   Tonnages:    62 619 gross, 113 334 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:    249 length x 44 beam, 14,60 m draught.
                                  Machinery:    Burmeister & Wain.
                                     History:   05.1999: Delivered by Samsung Shipbuilding
                                                H.I.
                                                1999: Sold to Teekay Shipping and renamed
                                                Koa Spirit.
                                                .




240. BALTIC SPIRIT (1999-2000)                                                 Type: Reefer

                                   Tonnages:    11 044 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:
                                  Machinery:
                                     History:   1986: Completed by Hayashikane.
                                                2000: Sold.




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241. LINCOLN SPIRIT (1999-2000)                                                    Type: Reefer

                                    Tonnages:     11 967 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:
                                   Machinery:
                                      History:    1987: Completed by Hayashikane.
                                                  2000: Sold.




242. TASMAN SPIRIT (1999-2000)                                                     Type: Reefer

                                    Tonnages:     11 967 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:
                                   Machinery:
                                      History:    1988: Completed by Hayashikane.
                                                  2000: Sold.




243. HÖEGH TRAMPER (2000-)                                               Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                    Tonnages:     33 369 gross, 10 011 net, 12 169 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:     180 m length x 29,2 m beam,
                                   Machinery:     12,535 m draught.
                                                  Mitsui B&W 6L 67 GFC, netto 11200 kW.
                                       History:   23.02.1980: Completed by Tsuneishi as Rolita.
                                                  1983-1990: Renamed HUAL Rolita. In the
                                                  HUAL pool.
                                                  1990-1993: Rolita.
                                                  1993-2000: HUAL Rolita.
                                                  2000-2006: Aquired by LHC and renamed-
                                                  HUAL Tramper.
                                                  03.02.2002: Management HFS.
                                                  Reg. Bahamas.
                                                  2006: Höegh Tramper.




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244. HÖEGH TROPICANA (2000-)                                      Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                 Tonnages:   33 359 gross, 10 008 net, 12 003 deadweight.
                               Dimensions:   180 m length x 29,2 m beam,
                                             8,518 m draught.
                                Machinery:   Mitsui B&W 6L 67 GFC,.
                                  History:   1980: Completed by Tsuneishi Shipbuilding
                                             Co. Ltd.
                                             1982: Built as Lisita, NIS, renamed HUAL
                                             Lisita. In the HUAL pool.
                                             2000: Aquired by LHC and renamed HUAL
                                             Tropicana.
                                             24.01.2002: Management HFS.
                                             2005: Renamed Höegh Tropicana.




245. HÖEGH TRUBADOUR (2000-)                                      Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                 Tonnages:   33 369 gross, 10 011 net, 12 165 deadweight.
                               Dimensions:   180 m length x 29,22 m beam,
                                             8,518 m draught.
                                Machinery:   Mitsui B&W 6L 67 GFC.
                                  History:   1980: Completed by Tsuneishi Shipbuilding
                                             Co. Ltd. as Ingrita, NIS.
                                             1983: Renamed HUAL Ingrita 1983. In the
                                             HUAL pool.
                                             2000: Aquired by LHC and renamed HUAL
                                             Trubadour.
                                             24.03.2002: Management HFS.
                                             2005: Renamed Höegh Trubadour.




246. MORNING ROSE (2000-)                                         Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                 Tonnages:   45 007 gross, 15 593 net, 13 502 deadweight.
                               Dimensions:   194,2 m length x 32,29 m beam,
                                             9,017 m draught.
                                Machinery:   Mitsui M&W 7L67 6FC.
                                  History:   1980: Completed by Mitsui as HUAL Karinita.
                                             In the HUAL pool.
                                             2000: Aquired by LHC and renamed HUAL
                                             Trailer.
                                             02.03.2002: Management by HFS.
                                             2004: Renamed Morning Rose.




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247. HÖEGH TREKKER (2000-)                                          Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                 Tonnages:   33 374 gross, 10 012 net, 11 977 deadweight.
                               Dimensions:   180 m length x 29,2 m beam,
                                             8,518 m draught.
                                Machinery:   Mitsui B&W GL 67 GFC, 11200 kW.
                                  History:   1981: Completed by Tsunaishi as HUAL An-
                                             gelita. In the HUAL pool.
                                             2000: Aquired by LHC and renamed HUAL
                                             Trekker.
                                             03.02.2002: Management HFS.
                                             25.10.2006: Renamed Höegh Trekker.




248. HÖEGH TRAPEZE (2000-)                                          Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                 Tonnages:   41 871 gross, 13 467 net, 16 694 deadweight.
                               Dimensions:   184 m length x 30,6 m beam,
                                             13,66 m draught.
                                Machinery:   Mitsui B&W 6L67 GBE, 9660 kW.
                                  History:   11.05.1983: Completed by Tsuneishi Shipbuild-
                                             ing Co. Ltd. as HUAL Carmencita. In the HUAL
                                             pool.
                                             2000: Aquired by LHC and renamed HUAL
                                             Trapeze.
                                             21.01.2002: Management HFS.
                                             2006: Renamed Höegh Trapeze.




249. HUAL TROPHY (2000-2005)                                        Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                 Tonnages:   53 578 gross, 19 701 net, 19 701 deadweight.
                               Dimensions:   200 m length x 32,26 m beam,
                                             32,06 m draught.
                                Machinery:   HEMCO B&W 6S60 MC, 9863 kW.
                                  History:   1987: Completed by Daewoo as HUAL Fa-
                                             vorita. In the HUAL pool.
                                             2000: Aquired by LHC and renamed HUAL
                                             Trophy.
                                             19.02.2002: Management HFS.
                                             16.09.2005: Sold and delivered to new owner
                                             World Car Carriers, Inc., Liberia and renamed
                                             Pacific Spirit.




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250. HUAL TRIUMPH (2000-2007)                                       Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                  Tonnages:   53 578 gross, 19 701 net, 19 702 deadweight.
                                Dimensions:   200,01 m length x 32,26 m beam,
                                              32,06 m draught.
                                 Machinery:   HEMCO B&W 6S60 MC, 9502 kW.
                                   History:   1988: Completed Daewoo as HUAL Margarita.
                                              In the HUAL pool.
                                              2000: Aquired by LHC and renamed HUAL
                                              Triumph.
                                              11.02.2002: Management HFS.
                                              2007: Sold and delivered to new owner World
                                              Car Carriers, Inc. Liberia and renamed Nordic
                                              Spirit.




251. MORNING MERCATOR (2000-)                                       Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                  Tonnages:   52 422 gross, 23 096 net, 17 216 deadweight.
                                Dimensions:   199,55 m length x 32,45 m beam,
                                              32,65 m draught.
                                 Machinery:   KHIC B&W 6S60MC, 8442 kW.
                                   History:   07.1988: Completed by Daewoo as Auto
                                              Champ.
                                              1999: Renamed HUAL Champ.
                                              05.05.2000: Acquired by LHC and renamed
                                              HUAL Tricorn.
                                              16.05.2004: Renamed Morning Mercator.




252. MORNING MERIDIAN (2000-)                                       Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                  Tonnages:   52 422 gross, 23 069 net, 17 216 deadweight.
                                Dimensions:   199,55 m length x 32,45 m beam,
                                              32,65 m draught.
                                 Machinery:   KHIC B&W 6S60MC, 8442 kW.
                                   History:   19.07.1988: Completed by Daewoo for Joint
                                              Vessels Ltd., Bahamas as Auto Diana.
                                              2000: Renamed HUAL Triton.
                                              14.02.2002: Management by HFS.
                                              2004: Renamed Morning Meridian.




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253. CARIB SEA (2000-2001)                                          Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                Tonnages:   4 343 gross, 2 976 deadweight.
                              Dimensions:   80,84 m length x 15,95 m beam,
                                            7,15 m draught.
                               Machinery:   Diesel, total power 2207.
                                 History:   1976: Completed.
                                            1977: Purchased by Joint Vessels
                                            20.01.2000: Acquired by LHC.
                                            11.05.2001: Sold to Mideast Shipping and
                                            Trading Sharjah. Scrapped.




254. CARIB STAR (2000-2001)                                         Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                Tonnages:   6 832 gross, 5 064 deadweight.
                              Dimensions:   105,7 m length x 18,8 m beam,
                                            11,95 m draught.
                               Machinery:   Diesel, total power 3531.
                                 History:   1979: Completed by Cockerill.
                                            1998: Purchased by Joint Vessels.
                                            2000: Acquired by LHC.
                                            17.01.2002: Sold for scrapping to Five Star
                                            Shipping Est., Sharjah.




255. CARIB SUN (2000-2000)                                          Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                Tonnages:   1 323 gross, 969 net, 2 976 deadweight.
                              Dimensions:   88,54 m length x 15,95 m beam,
                                            14,15 m draught.
                               Machinery:   3000 HP/375rpm.
                                 History:   1977: Completed.
                                            27.01.1999: Purchased by Joint Vessels.
                                            20.03.2000: Acquired by LHC.
                                            15.12.2000: Sold to Liberville Shipping
                                            Company NV, Willemstad Curacao for and on
                                            behalf of Desguares metelicos y Relaminables
                                            SA de CV. Scrapped.




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256. HUAL EUROPE (2000-2002)                                      Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                 Tonnages:   56 835 gross, 19 776 net, 21 485 deadweight.
                               Dimensions:   199,9 m length x 32,26 m beam,
                                             32,59 m draught.
                                Machinery:   B&W 7S60MC x 1 set.
                                  History:   08.12.2000: Completed by Daewoo Shipyard,
                                             Korea.
                                             07.02.2002: Reg. Bahamas. Transferred IUM.
                                             On 1 October 2002, at 1854 local time HUAL
                                             Europe grounded on the Island O-Shima in
                                             Tokyo Bay, Japan by the typhoone HIGOS
                                             21.10.2002: Declared constructive total loss
                                             (grounding).




257. HÖEGH ASIA (2000-)                                           Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                 Tonnages:   56 835 gross, 19 776 net, 21 485 deadweight.
                               Dimensions:   199,9 m length x 32,26 m beam,
                                             32,59 m draught.
                                Machinery:   Hanjung B&W 7S60 MC, 14309 kW.
                                  History:   19.01.2000: Completed by DSME as HUAL
                                             Asia. Reg. Bahamas.
                                             05.2006: Renamed Höegh Asia.
                                             2008: Elongated at Hyundai Vinashin Shipyard,
                                             Vietnam. New length 228 m.




258. HÖEGH TROVE (2000-)                                          Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                 Tonnages:   58 684 gross, 17 606 net, 22 173 deadweight.
                               Dimensions:   199,9 m length x 32,26 m beam,
                                             32,73 m draught.
                                Machinery:   Man B&W 7S60MC.
                                  History:   2000: Completed by Tsuneishi Shipbuilding
                                             Co. Ltd. as HUAL Trove. Reg. Bahamas.
                                             2005: Renamed Höegh Trove.




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259. CARIBBEAN REEF (2002-2003)                                                  Type: Reefer

                                    Tonnages:   10 614 gross, 5 017 net, 10 629 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:   150,30 m length x 22,60 m beam,
                                                13,25 m draught.
                                   Machinery:   Diesel engine Sulzer 15280 BHP.
                                     History:   1993: Completed by Gdanska as Caribbean
                                                Universal.
                                                29.01.2002: Bought.
                                                09.09.2003: Sold to Star Reefers I AS, Oslo.
                                                Renamed Cape Town Star.




260. CORAL REEF (2002-2003)                                                      Type: Reefer

                                    Tonnages:   10 614 gross, 5 017 net, 10 629 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:   141,15 m length x 22,60 m beam,
                                                13,25 m draught.
                                   Machinery:   Diesel engine Sulzer 15280 BHP.
                                     History:   1993: Completed by Gdanska as Coral
                                                Universal.
                                                05.02.2002: Bought.
                                                28.07.2003: Sold to Star Reefers I AS, Oslo.
                                                Renamed Durban Star.




261. KIWI BREEZE (2003-)                                               Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                    Tonnages:   20 961 gross, 6 698 net, 8 494 deadweight.
                                  Dimensions:   156,78 m length x 24,07 m beam,
                                                8,271 m draught.
                                   Machinery:   Sulzer 6RND 68 m.
                                     History:   21.02.1978: Completed by Imabari. Former
                                                names: Northern Higway and Marico. C/P to
                                                Kiwi Car Carriers since 1996. Renamed Kiwi
                                                Breeze.
                                                2003: Bought by Kiwi Car Carriers Ltd.,
                                                Bermuda.




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262. VILLE DE BORDEAUX (2004-)                                      Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                   Tonnages:   21 513 gross, 6 454 net, 5 200 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:   154,27 m length x 23,99 m beam,
                                               21,86 m draught.
                                  Machinery:   8400 kW - MAK 9M43.
                                    History:   30.04.2004: Completed by Jinling, China.
                                               Reg. France, partowned with Louis Dreyfus
                                               Armateurs S.A.S.




263. HÖEGH TOKYO (2004-)                                            Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                   Tonnages:   57 280 gross, 19 535 net, 21 500 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:   199,9 m length x 32,26 m beam,
                                               13,95 m draught.
                                  Machinery:   B&W 7S60 MC, 19460 kW.
                                    History:   17.09.2004: Completed by DSME as HUAL
                                               Tokyo.
                                               01.2007: NIS, renamed Höegh Tokyo.
                                               2008: Elongated at Hyundai Vinashin Shipyard,
                                               Vietnam. New length 228 m.




264. HUAL SEOUL (2004-)                                             Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                   Tonnages:   57 280 gross, 19 535 net, 21 500 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:   199,9 m length x 32,26 m beam,
                                               13,95 m draught.
                                  Machinery:   B&W 7S60 MC, 19460 kW.
                                    History:   26.11.2004: Completed by DSME. NIS, owner
                                               HALtd.




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265. KIWI AUCKLAND (2005-)                                                          Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                             Tonnages:       37 841 gross, 11 352 net, 13 295 deadweight.
                                           Dimensions:       175 m length x 28,8 m beam,
                                                             13,01 m draught.
                                                Machinery:   B&W 6L60MC.
                                                  History:   1985: Completed by Tsuneishi Heavy
                                                             Industries. Built as Young Skipper, renamed
                                                             Excelsior, renamed Cosmo Spirit.
                                                             2005: Bought (by Kiwi Car Carriers Ltd)
                                                             renamed Kiwi Auckland.




266. HÖEGH PARIS / ALLIANCE ST. LOUIS (2005-)                                       Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                             Tonnages:       57 280 gross, 19 535 net, 21 500 deadweight.
                                           Dimensions:       199,99 m length x 32,26 m beam,
                                                             13,949 m draught.
                                                Machinery:   B&W 7S60MC.
                                                  History:   18.02.2005: Completed by DSME as HUAL
                                                             Paris.
                                                             09.2006: Renamed Höegh Paris.
                                                             04.02.2008: Reflagged from NIS to US flag
                                                             and renamed Alliance St. Louis. The vessel is
                                                             technically managed by Maersk Line Ltd.




267. ALLIANCE NEW YORK (2005-)                                                      Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                              Tonnages:      57 280 gross, 19 535 net, 15 990 deadweight.
                                            Dimensions:      199,9 m length x 32,26 m beam,
                                                             13,95 m draught.
                                                Machinery:   B&W 7S60 MC, 19460 kW.
                                                  History:   09.06.2005: Completed by Daewoo as Höegh
                                                             New York.
                                                             28.08.2005: Sold to MV Höegh New York
                                                             was reflagged from NIS to US flag and was
                                                             renamed MV Alliance New York , owner
                                                             becomes Alliance New York LLC and Liberty
                                                             Maritime Corp. has management.




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268. HÖEGH BERLIN (2005-)                                          Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                 Tonnages:    57 280 gross, 19 535 net, 21 500 deadweight.
                               Dimensions:    199,9 m length x 32,26 m beam,
                                              13,95 m draught.
                                Machinery:    B&W 2L28/32H.
                                  History:    15.07.2005: Completed by DSME.
                                              2008: Elongated at Hyundai Vinashin Shipyard,
                                              Vietnam. New length 228 m.




269. ARCTIC PRINCESS (2006-)                                             Type: LNG carrier

                                 Tonnages:    121 597 gross, 36 480 net, 84 878 deadweight.
                               Dimensions:    288 m length x 49 m beam,
                                              26,8 m draught.
                                Machinery:    KHI WA-400 27600 kW.
                                  History:    13.01.2006: Completed by Mitsuibishi Heavy
                                              Industries. Owners: Höegh LNG, Mitsui, OSK
                                              Lines and Statoil ASA. Chartered by Statoil
                                              ASA, Amerada Hess Norge AS and RWE Dea
                                              Norge AS in joint agreement.




270. ARCTIC LADY (2006-)                                                 Type: LNG carrier

                                 Tonnages:    123 000 gross, 26 900 net, 74 400 deadweight.
                               Dimensions:    288 m length x 49 m beam, 26,8 m draught.
                                Machinery:    Kawasaki MST.
                                   History:   12.04.2006: Completed by Mitsuibishi Heavy
                                              Industries. Owners: Höegh LNG and Mitshi
                                              OSK Lines. The vessel is on T/C to Total.




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271. HÖEGH DETROIT (2006-)                                        Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                Tonnages:   57 280 gross, 19 535 net, 21 500 deadweight.
                              Dimensions:   199,9 m length x 32,26 m beam,
                                            13,95 m draught.
                               Machinery:   B&W 7S60 MC, 19460 kW.
                                 History:   17.03.2006: Completed by DSME.
                                            2008: Elongated at Hyundai Vinashin Shipyard,
                                            Vietnam. New length 228 m.




272. HÖEGH DELHI (2006 - )                                        Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                Tonnages:   55 775 gross, 21 359 net, 16 890 deadweight.
                              Dimensions:   199,9 m length, 32,25 m beam,
                                            8,017 m draught.
                               Machinery:   MAN B&W 9S50MC-C.
                                 History:   2006: Completed by Uljanik Shipyard, Pula,
                                            Croatia. LHC 49,5% ownership.




273. HÖEGH BANGKOK (2007- )                                       Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                Tonnages:   55 775 gross, 21 359 net, 16 632 deadweight.
                              Dimensions:   199,9 m length, 32,26 m beam, 8,817 m
                                            draught.
                               Machinery:   MAN B&W 9S50MC-C.
                                 History:   06.06.2007: Completed by Uljanik Shipyard,
                                            Pula, Croatia. LHC 49,5% ownership.




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274. HÖEGH SHANGHAI (2007-)                                           Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                   Tonnages:    57 280 gross, 19 535 net, 21 235 deadweight.
                                 Dimensions:    199,9 m length x 32,26 m beam,
                                  Machinery:    13,95 m draught.
                                     History:   B&W 7S60MC.
                                                17.01.2007: Completed by DSME.




275. HÖEGH MANILA (2007- )                                            Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                   Tonnages:    51 964 gross, 15 590 net, 17 209 dwt.
                                 Dimensions:    179,9 m length x 32,2 m beam, 8,8 m draught.
                                                Man B&W Mitsui 7S60MC-C
                                  Machinery:    13.12.2007: Completed by Tsuneishi Heavy
                                    History:    Ind., Cebu.




276. ALLIANCE NORFOLK (2007- )                                        Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                   Tonnages:    57 280 gross, 19 535 net, 21 500 dwt.
                                 Dimensions:    199,9 m length x 32,26 m beam,
                                  Machinery:    10,017 m draught.
                                     History:   Man B&W Mitsui 7S60MC-C.
                                                21.12.2007: Completed by DSME.




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277. HÖEGH COCHIN (2008- )                                          Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                 Tonnages:    30 588 gross, 12 706 net, 11 164 dwt.
                               Dimensions:    166,93 m length x 27,60 m beam,
                                Machinery:    8,019 m draught.
                                   History:   Akasaka 6UEC 60 HA.
                                              24.11.1983: Completed by Usuki Iron Work as
                                              Rich Victoria. In Höegh Autoliners fleet from
                                              12 March 2008. Ship manager: A.P. Moller
                                              Singapore. Changed name from Maersk Cloud
                                              on 19.05.2008.




278. HÖEGH CHENNAI (2008- )                                         Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                 Tonnages:    27 887 gross, 18 256 net, 7 902 dwt.
                               Dimensions:    157,5 m length x 27 m beam, 8,92 m draught.
                                              Mitsui B&W.
                                Machinery:    03.1987: Completed by Mitsui Enginering &
                                  History:    Shipbuilding. In Höegh Autoliners fleet from
                                              12 March 2008. Ship manager: A.P. Moller
                                              Singapore.Changed name from Maersk Sea
                                              on 25.03.2008.




279. CITY OF MUMBAI (2008- )                                        Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                 Tonnages:    27 887 gross, 8 366 net, 7 902 dwt.
                               Dimensions:    157,5 m length x 27 m beam, 8,92 m draught.
                                Machinery:    Mitsui B&W, 12, 200BHP.
                                   History:   07.1987: Completed by Mitsui Enginering &
                                              Shipbuilding as Maersk Sun. In Höegh Autolin-
                                              ers fleet from 12 March 2008. Ship manager:
                                              A.P. Moller Singapore. Renamed Höegh
                                              Mumbai 09.04.2008. Renamed City of Mumbai
                                              01.09.2008.




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280. HÖEGH KUNSAN (2008- )                                       Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                               Tonnages:    44 219 gross, 13 265 net, 13 744 dwt.
                             Dimensions:    170 m length x 32,20 m beam, 8,77 m draught.
                              Machinery:    Man B&W 7S60.
                                 History:   03.1996: Completed by Hashihama. In Höegh
                                            Autoliners fleet from 12 March 2008. Ship
                                            manager: A.P. Moller Singapore. Changed
                                            name from Maersk Taiyo on 02.04.2008.




281. HÖEGH INCHON (2008- )                                       Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                               Tonnages:    44 219 gross, 13 265 net, 13 744 dwt.
                             Dimensions:    179,475 length x 32,20 m beam,
                                            8,77 m draught.
                              Machinery:    Mitsui Man B&W 7S60MC.
                                History:    13.02.1997: Completed by Hashihama. In
                                            Höegh Autoliners fleet from 12 March 2008.
                                            Ship manager: A.P. Moller Singapore. Changed
                                            name from Maersk Tide on 14.07.2008.




282. HÖEGH PUSAN (2008- )                                        Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                               Tonnages:    44 219 gross, 13 265 net, 13 744 dwt.
                             Dimensions:    179,475 m length x 32,20 m beam,
                                            8,77 m draught.
                              Machinery:    Man B&W 7S60MC.
                                History:    12.1997: Completed by Hashihama. In Höegh
                                            Autoliners fleet from 12 March 2008. Ship
                                            manager: A.P. Moller Singapore. Changed
                                            name from Maersk Taiki on 26.03.2008.




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283. HÖEGH MASAN (2008- )                                           Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                 Tonnages:    44 219 gross, 13 265 net, 13 744 dwt.
                               Dimensions:    179,475 m length x 32,25 m beam,
                                              8,77 m draught.
                                Machinery:    Man B&W 7S60MC.
                                  History:    07.12.1998: Completed by Hashihama. In
                                              Höegh Autoliners fleet from 12 March 2008.
                                              Ship manager: A.P. Moller Singapore. Changed
                                              name from Maersk Teal on 14.05.2008.




284. HÖEGH YOKOHAMA (2008- )                                        Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                 Tonnages:    51 770 gross, 15 532 net, 16 074 dwt.
                               Dimensions:    179,9 m length x 32,2 m beam, 9,622 draught
                                Machinery:    Mitsubishi 8UEC60LS 14121 x 100 rpm
                                   History:   01.1999: Completed by Hashihama. In Höegh
                                              Autoliners fleet from 12 March 2008. Ship
                                              manager: A.P. Moller Singapore. Changed
                                              name from Maersk Wave.




285. HÖEGH OSAKA (2008- )                                           Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                 Tonnages:    51 770 gross, 15 532 net, 16 074 dwt.
                               Dimensions:    179,9 m length x 32,20 beam,
                                              9,622 m draught.
                                Machinery:    Mitsubishi 8UCE 60LS.
                                  History:    07.09.2000: Completed by Tsuneishi. In Höegh
                                              Autoliners fleet from 12 March 2008. Ship
                                              manager: A.P. Moller Singapore. Changed
                                              name from Maersk Wind.




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286. HÖEGH KYOTO (2008- )                                        Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                              Tonnages:    52 691 gross, 15 808 net, 15 822 dwt.
                            Dimensions:    179,9 m length x 32,20 m beam,
                                           9,60 m draught.
                             Machinery:    Doosan Man B&W 6S60ME-C.
                               History:    14.10.2005: Completed by Daewoo. In Höegh
                                           Autoliners fleet from 12 March 2008. Ship
                                           manager: A.P. Moller Singapore. Changed
                                           name from Maersk Willow on 28.09.2008.




287. HÖEGH CHIBA (2008- )                                        Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                              Tonnages:    52 691 gross, 15 808 net, 15 822 dwt.
                            Dimensions:    174,21 m length x 32,2 m beam,
                                           9 618 m draught.
                             Machinery:    B&W 6S60 ME-C, Maker HSD, MCR 1842ops
                                           x 105 rpm.
                                History:   01.2006: Completed by Daewoo. In Höegh
                                           Autoliners fleet from 12 March 2008. Ship man-
                                           ager: A.P. Moller Singapore. Changed name
                                           from Maersk Welkin on 10.07.2008.




288. HÖEGH KOBE (2008- )                                         Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                              Tonnages:    52 691 gross, 15 808 net, 15 836 dwt.
                            Dimensions:    179,9 m length x 32,2 m beam,
                                           9,618 m draught.
                             Machinery:    Doosan Man B&W 6S60ME-C.
                               History:    10.2006: Completed by Daewoo. In Höegh
                                           Autoliners fleet from 12 March 2008. Ship
                                           manager: A.P. Moller Singapore. Changed
                                           name from Maersk Wizard on 31.07.2008.




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289. HÖEGH OSLO (2008- )                                             Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                  Tonnages:    51 964 gross, 15 590 net, 16 650 dwt.
                                Dimensions:    179,9 m length x 32,2 m beam,
                                 Machinery:    9,622 m draught.
                                               Man B&W Mitsui 7S60MC-C.
                                    History:   04.04.2008: Completed by Tsuneishi Heavy
                                               Ind., Cebu.




290. HÖEGH LONDON (2008- )                                           Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                  Tonnages:    57 280 gross, 19 535 net, 21 500 dwt.
                                Dimensions:    199,9 m length x 32,26 m beam,
                                               9,00 m draught.
                                 Machinery:    Man B&W Mitsui 7S60MC-C.
                                   History:    14.04.2008: Completed by DSME.
                                               Same year elongated at Hyundai Vinashin
                                               Shipyard, Vietnam. New length 228 m.




291. CITY OF HAMBURG (2008- )                                        Type: RoRo Car Carrier

                                  Tonnages:    3 500 dwt.
                                Dimensions:    127 m length x 20,60 m beam, 4,50 m draught
                                 Machinery:    2 x medium speed diesel engines each
                                               4000 KW.
                                    History:   04.12.2008: Delivered from Singapore Tech-
                                               nologies Marine. Joint venture between Höegh
                                               Autoliners and Louis Dreyfus Armateurs. On
                                               charter to Airbus.




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INDEX
04. PAN SCANDIA (1931-1952)                                                    Type: Tanker

ACINA                               76   HÖEGH BRUSE/HÖEGH COLLIER                   24
ALEXANDRA HÖEGH                      4   HÖEGH CAIRN I                               23
ALLIANCE NEW YORK                   94   HÖEGH CAIRN II = RICKMERS TIANJIN           54
ALLIANCE NORFOLK                    97   HÖEGH CAPE                                  21
ARCADE EAGLE                        70   HÖEGH CARRIER                                4
ARCADE FALCON                       70   HÖEGH CHENNAI                               98
ARCTIC LADY                         95   HÖEGH CHIBA                               101
ARCTIC PRINCESS                     95   HÖEGH CLAIR                                 14
ARIEL                               76   HÖEGH CLIFF                                 21
BALTIC SPIRIT                       85   HÖEGH CLIPPER I                             16
BASSRO STAR                         69   HÖEGH CLIPPER II = RICKMERS HOUSTON         54
BONA BAY                            67   HÖEGH COCHIN                                98
BONA BRAVE                          67   HÖEGH CYGNET                                12
BONA FAIR                           76   HÖEGH DELHI                                 96
BONA LIV                            66   HÖEGH DENE I                                27
BONA RAINBOW                        71   HÖEGH DENE II                               62
BONA RAMBLER                        72   HÖEGH DETROIT                               96
BONA RANGER                         72   HÖEGH DRAKE I                               25
BONA RAY                            73   HÖEGH DRAKE II                              63
BONA RIDER                          73   HÖEGH DUKE                                  63
BONA ROBIN                          73   HÖEGH DYKE I                                31
BONA ROVER                          74   HÖEGH DYKE II                               63
BONA SAILOR                         68   HÖEGH EAGLE                                 15
BONA SHIMMER                        69   HÖEGH ELAN                                  32
BONA SKIPPER                        68   HÖEGH ELITE                                 32
BONA SPARROW                        68   HÖEGH FAIR                                  22
05. PAN EUROPE (1931-1950)
BONA SPINNER                        69   HÖEGH FALCON I                              Tanker
                                                                               Type: 21
BONA SPRAY                          66   HÖEGH FALCON II/BONA FALCON                 59
BONA SPRING                         67   HÖEGH FAVOUR I                              22
BONA VALIANT                        85   HÖEGH FAVOUR II/BONA FAVOUR                 59
BONA VERITY                         85   HÖEGH FOAM I                                25
BORNES                              75   HÖEGH FOAM II/BONA FOAM                     59
CARIB SEA                           90   HÖEGH FORTUNA/BONA FORTUNA                  60
CARIB STAR                          90   HÖEGH FORUM I                               23
CARIB SUN                           90   HÖEGH FORUM II/BONA FULMAR                  61
CARIBBEAN REEF                      92   HÖEGH FOUNTAIN/BONA FOUNTAIN                60
CITY OF HAMBURG                    102   HÖEGH FREIGHTER/BONA FREIGHTER              64
CITY OF MUMBAI                      98   HÖEGH FULMAR I                              28
CITY OF PARIS                       84   HÖEGH FULMAR II/ BONA FORUM                 61
CITY OF ROME                        84   HÖEGH GALLANT                               29
CORAL REEF                          92   HÖEGH GALLEON                               28
CRYSTAL PRIDE                       82   HÖEGH GALLEON                               83
CRYSTAL PRIMADONNA                  82   HÖEGH GANDRIA I                             31
CRYSTAL PRINCE                      81   HÖEGH GANDRIA II                            53
CRYSTAL PRIVILEGE                   82   HÖEGH GANNET                                28
ERATI                               75   HÖEGH GIANT                                  6
ERIKSON CRYSTAL                     79   HÖEGH GRACE                                 20
EUROPAFERGEN                        29   HÖEGH HELM                                  33
FANNY HÖEGH                          3   HÖEGH HILL                                  44
GADUS                               37   HÖEGH HOOD I                                 5
GADUS HÖEGH ORCHID                  37   HÖEGH HOOD II                               34
GADUS II                            39   HÖEGH HOOD III                              49
GUARDIAN                            74   HÖEGH INCHON                                99
HEBE                                65   HÖEGH KOBE                                101
06. FANNY HØEGH (1931-1936)
HÖEGH ABEILLE                       19   HÖEGH KUNSAN                                Tanker
                                                                               Type: 99
HÖEGH AIGLONNE                      17   HÖEGH KYOTO                               101
HÖEGH AIGRETTE                      20   HÖEGH LANCE I                               24
HÖEGH AILETTE                       25   HÖEGH LANCE II                              33
HÖEGH ALOUETTE                      17   HÖEGH LAUREL I                              34
HÖEGH ARIANE                        26   HÖEGH LONDON                              102
HÖEGH ARIELLE                       22   HÖEGH MALLARD I                             34
HÖEGH ARONDE                        18   HÖEGH MALLARD II                            50
HÖEGH ARROW                         15   HÖEGH MANILA                                97
HÖEGH ASIA                          91   HÖEGH MARLIN I                              35
HÖEGH AURORE                        27   HÖEGH MARLIN II                             51
HÖEGH BANGKOK                       96   HÖEGH MASAN                               100
HÖEGH BANNIERE I/SAINT DOMINIQUE    30   HÖEGH MASCOT                                52
HÖEGH BANNIERE II                   57   HÖEGH MERCHANT I                             4
HÖEGH BEAVER                        40   HÖEGH MERCHANT II                           11
HÖEGH BELL/HÖEGH BELLE I            13   HÖEGH MERCHANT III                          35
HÖEGH BELLE II/SAINT DIDIER         32   HÖEGH MERCHANT IV                           51
HÖEGH BELLE III/SAINT ROCH          57   HÖEGH MERIT I                               35
HÖEGH BENIN                         29   HÖEGH MERIT II                              51
HÖEGH BERLIN                        95   HÖEGH MINERVA I                             39
HÖEGH BINNY                         26   HÖEGH MINERVA II                            55
HÖEGH BISCAY I                      30   HÖEGH MIRANDA I                             41
HÖEGH BISCAY II/SAINT ROMAIN        58   HÖEGH MIRANDA II                            55
HÖEGH BONNY/SAINT MATTHIEU          46   HÖEGH MISTRAL                               41
HÖEGH BREEZE                        42   HÖEGH MISTRAL                               65
HÖEGH BROOK                         12   HÖEGH MONAL                                 80




                                                                                       103
HÖEGH MORUS                       80   HÖEGH VEDETTE II                  43
HÖEGH MULTINA/HÖEGH SKEAN II      47   HÖEGH YOKOHAMA                   100
HÖEGH MUSKETEER I                 36   HUAL EUROPE                       91
HÖEGH MUSKETEER II                52   HUAL SEOUL                        93
HÖEGH OPAL                        37   HUAL TRIBUTE                      64
HÖEGH ORRIS                       38   HUAL TRIUMPH                      89
HÖEGH OSAKA                      100   HUAL TROPHY                       88
HÖEGH OSLO                       102   INAGO                             75
HÖEGH PARIS/ALLIANCE ST. LOUIS    94   IRON MASTER                       70
HÖEGH PILOT                       42   IVORY DAWN                        80
HÖEGH PRIDE                       43   KIWI AUCKLAND                     94
HÖEGH PUSAN                       99   KIWI BREEZE                       92
HÖEGH RAINBOW                     42   LINCOLN SPIRIT                    86
HÖEGH RAMBLER                     16   MORNING MERCATOR                  89
HÖEGH RANGER I                    15   MORNING MERIDIAN                  89
HÖEGH RANGER II                   36   MORNING ROSE                      87
HÖEGH RAY I                        6   NORMAN LADY                       49
HÖEGH RAY II                      11   ØSTHAV/HÖEGH LAUREL II            53
HÖEGH RAY III                     36   PAN ARUBA                          1
HÖEGH RIDER I                     16   PAN EUROPE                         2
HÖEGH RIDER II                    38   PAN SCANDIA                        2
HÖEGH ROBIN                       44   PETREL/GADUS PETREL               48
HÖEGH ROVER I                     14   POWELL RIVER/HÖEGH MOUETTE        10
HÖEGH ROVER II                    38   SAGAFJORD                         58
HÖEGH SCOUT I                      7   SAINT BERNARD                     56
HÖEGH SCOUT II                    39   SAINT BERTRAND                    57
HÖEGH SHANGHAI                    97   SAINT JACQUES                     47
HÖEGH SHIELD I                    18   SAINT LUC                         44
HÖEGH SHIELD II                   40   SAINT LUC                         56
HÖEGH SILVERBEAM                   8   SAINT MARC                        45
HÖEGH SILVERCLOUD                  8   SAINT MATTHIEU                    45
HÖEGH SILVERCREST I                7   SAINT MICHEL                      45
HÖEGH SILVERCREST II               9   SAINT VINCENT                     46
HÖEGH SILVERDAWN                   8   SEAFRIDGE OSPREY/GADUS III        48
HÖEGH SILVERLIGHT                  5   SEAFRIDGE SKUA/GADUS SEAFRIDGE    48
HÖEGH SILVERMOON                  10   SG ENTERPRISE                     81
HÖEGH SILVERSPRAY                 10   SG PROSPERITY                     81
HÖEGH SILVERSTAR                   6   SOUTH AFRICA                       1
HÖEGH SILVERSTREAM                13   SPRING BRIDE                      71
HÖEGH SILVERWAVE                  13   SPRING DREAM                      71
HÖEGH SKEAN I                     20   SUMMER BAY/CHIQUITA BARACOA       77
HÖEGH SPEAR                       19   SUMMER FLOWER/CHIQUITA BARU       78
HÖEGH SWALLOW                     50   SUMMER MEADOW/CHIQUITA BOCAS      78
HÖEGH SWIFT                       52   SUMMER WIND/CHIQUITA BURICA       78
HÖEGH SWORD I                     19   SYDHAV/HÖEGH LANCE III            53
HÖEGH SWORD II                    54   TASMAN SPIRIT                     86
HÖEGH TARGET                      49   THESEE                            64
HÖEGH TOKYO                       93   THREE RIVERS/HÖEGH FLORE          12
HÖEGH TRACER                      65   VARBERG                           33
HÖEGH TRADER                      83   VARG                               1
HÖEGH TRADER I                     3   VILLE DE BORDEAUX                 93
HÖEGH TRADER III                   9   VISTAFJORD                        58
HÖEGH TRADER IV                   27
HÖEGH TRADER V                    41
HÖEGH TRADER VI/HUAL TRADER       60
HÖEGH TRAMPER                     86
HÖEGH TRANSIT                     79
HÖEGH TRANSPORTER                 83
HÖEGH TRANSPORTER I                5
HÖEGH TRANSPORTER II              30
HÖEGH TRANSPORTER III             43
HÖEGH TRANSPORTER IV/
HUAL TRANSPORTER                  61
HÖEGH TRAPEZE                     88
HÖEGH TRAPPER                     66
HÖEGH TRAVELLER                   62
HÖEGH TRAVELLER I                 31
HÖEGH TRAVELLER II                46
HÖEGH TREASURE                    84
HÖEGH TREKKER                     88
HÖEGH TRIDENT                     77
HÖEGH TRIGGER                     50
HÖEGH TRINITY                     79
HÖEGH TROOPER                     77
HÖEGH TROPICANA                   87
HÖEGH TROTTER                     47
HÖEGH TROTTER                     62
HÖEGH TROVE                       91
HÖEGH TRUBADOUR                   87
HÖEGH VEDETTE I                   17




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