MS FLICIA (OGGF, LR/IMO) Valmistunut/completed: 1934.1 England, Hebburn-on-Tyne, Hawthorn Leslie & Co..
500 dwt, 280 bhp, 47.55 x 7.35 x 2.56 m. Shipyard no: 591.
1934.1: ROCK, Free Trade Wharf Co, London. 1938: COTENTIN, Soc Cherbourgeoise de Cabotage, Cherbourg. 1940: AHLHÖRN, German Navy captured. Used as a torpedo assembly & test vessel. 1945: COTENTIN, Soc Cherbourgeoise de Cabotage, Cherbourg. 1952: PALERMO, A.W. Abrahamson, Sverige. 1957.9.24: grounded Stångskär, off Sandhamn. Rescued, during repairs lengthened to 47.5 m, new main engine Dwt 350 -> 500.
1962: FLICIA, homeport Vaasa, Ab Krucia Shipping Oy (Vasa Shipping). 1964.3: FLICIA, homeport Porvoo, Paul Arvid Grönqvist. 1964: SYNNÖVE, homeport Helsinki, Shipping Gösta Lindberg & Co, Finland. 1967: GISELA, Partrederi Gisela, Helsinki (Gustaf Wickholm, Sipoo). 1972.4: GEWE, Partrederi Gisela, Helsinki (Gustaf Wickholm, Sipoo).
1973: ROULIO, Samial Compania Naviera SA., Panama. 1974: MASTER PIT, renamed. 1975: IOANNIS K, Piraeus. Spacia Maritime Co, Greece.
1980: IOANNIS K, demolished Piraeus, Spiliopoulis Bros.

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