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British cargo ship 'Ozarda' of 1940
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No: 23631   Contributor: David T. Jackson   Year: 1970   Manufacturer: Barclay Curle & Company, Whiteinch, United Kingdom   Country: India
British cargo ship 'Ozarda' of 1940

London-registered general cargo ship "Ozarda" (6,895 tons gross, completed in January 1940 by Barclay, Curle & Co., Glasgow), owned by British India S.N. Co., London, at anchor off Cochin (now Kochi), India, in July 1970. The month after this photo was taken she was sold to Epidavros Cia. Nav. S.A., Panama, & renamed "Epidavros", & scrapped at Kaohsiung in 1972. In anticipation of her sale she is flying a long white "paying-off pennant" from the mainmast & below it is displaying an oversized red "battle ensign".
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