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No: 18703   Contributor: Paul Strathdee   Year: 1979   Manufacturer: Rheinstahl Nordsee, Germany   Country: Morocco

Bulker at Casablanca in June 1979. She was built by Rheinstahl Nordseewerk at Emden in 1963 as NAESS LIBERTY. She was sold on again in 1984 becoming ANGEL I and was scrapped in China in 1985.
Picture added on 21 December 2011 at 08:14
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When did the tradition start of renaming a ship going for it's last voyage to the breakers?

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