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Dutch passenger ship 'Tjiwangi' of 1951
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No: 21798   Contributor: David T. Jackson   Year: 1972   Manufacturer: van der Giessen, Krimpen, Netherlands   Country: Japan
Dutch passenger ship 'Tjiwangi' of 1951

Passenger ship "Tjiwangi" (9,000 tons gross, built 1951 by Scheepswerf C. van der Giessen & Zonen, Krimpen, with a passenger capacity of 98 First & 120 Second class) of the Koninklijke Java-China Paketvaart Lijnen (Royal Interocean Lines) leaving Kobe, Japan, in June 1972, bound for Hong Kong & Australia. She was sold in 1974 to Pacific International Lines of Singapore & renamed "Kota Bali"; she passed into the ownership of Malaysian interests in 1982 without change of name & was scrapped in Shanghai in 1984.

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