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Thursday, 1 July 2010

S.S. BRAVO

Ship No 357

S.S. BRAVO (Ship No 357)

S.S. Bravo was a single screw Cargo Steamer, to help replace war loses. At 1795 tons, with a length of 280 feet and a beam of 42 feet, they were very fine looking ships with graceful lines. She drew a draught of 25 feet and 3 inches.

She was launched from the yard on 12th December 1946. Part of the large Ellerman Wilson Line order for six ships. S.S.Bravo was the third in line to be built.
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2 comments:

bystander1943 said...

This ship featured in the the British Transport Film "Berth 24" made in 1950. The film was the first in-house by BTF which under Edgar Anstey went on to produce many transport related films including "Snow"

bystander1943 said...

This ship featured in the 1950 film "Berth 24". This was made by British Transport Films. It was its 1st wholly in-house production. The producer, Edgar Anstey went on to produce many more.