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Hendrik Jan

A ninety foot canal ship (the former Ijmuiden 17), owned by Fietje Donselaar, fitted out in the canal Sparne (in Haarlem) by Steph Willemsen and Bob Peeters. During 1970, the Hendrik Jan was partially rebuilt in the Sparne canal by a couple of illegal immigrants from Angola, the former Portuguese colony. Bob Peeters had promised…
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H.M.S. Enterprise

An ex-naval ship that is currently being restored on the River Itchen at Southampton for use as a radio ship. The Enterprise was built in 1957 by MW Blackmore. She was one of 3 inshore survey vessels (Echo and Egeria being the others). Based on the 'HAM' class inshore minesweeper hull and could have been…
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Lady Dixon

The Lady Dixon was an ex Commissioners of Irish Lights lightvessel. She was built in 1876/78 by the Victoria Shipbuilding Co., West Passage Cork, Ireland. She was 91 ft long, 21 ft wide and her draft was 11ft. She cost £7.500 to build and served on many Irish stations. Her construction was a composite of…
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Thalassa

The vessel was completely refurbished in 1994 now being a representative sailing-vessel with a large saloon and much place on deck. Length: 50 metres, width: 8 metres, depth: 3.6 metres. Sleeping cabins for 36 persons. Home port is Harlingen (Netherlands) Radio station: For eight days in December 2004, Radio Waddenzee/Radio Seagull, a licenced Dutch low-power…
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R 48 (Dave “The Fish”)

In the 1980´s Dave "The Fish" Turner´s former fishing boat Fairwind served as tender for the M.V. Ross Revenge. In 1998, Dave sold the Fairwind and bought a larger boat to fish with, the R 48. In July 2000, Bert Bridges of Radio Argus, a London MW pirate, and Dave "The Fish" Turner installed a…
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H.M.S. Leviathan

  Carrier name HMS Leviathan Class Majestic Class Type Light Fleet Aircraft Carrier Ships in Class Majestic, Terrible, Magnificent, Powerful, Leviathan, Hercules Launched Laid down October 1943. Launched June 1945. Never completed.  Tonnage Displacement: 14,224 tons standard ; 18,085 tons full load Engines Propulsion: Steam Turbines (4 Admiralty 3-drum boilers, 2 shafts, Parsons geared turbines),…
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Kowloon = Shanghai Moon

The "Bacardi Project" also went under the name of "Project Moon" based on the former name of the ship. In 1987, Worldwide Broadcast Consultants (a company which included Paul Rusling) was contracted to install a complete AM radio station into a ship for a US born Bahamian resident. They advised on the sourcing of a…
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Grampian Dawn and Grampian Princess

The "Grampian Dawn" formerly "Ben Strome" has a tonnage of 272GRT, 89NRT, is 37.9 metres long, 7.75 metres in beam, and has a 3.18 metre draft. She was built in 1962 by John Lewis & Sons of Aberdeen, yard number 318, and registered to North Star Shipping, owned by George Craig & Sons. She was…
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M.V. Fury

In 1965, the 320 ton stern fishing trawler MV Ross Fortune was built by Cochrane & Sons Limited of Selby Yorkshire, England for the Ross Fishing fleet. The ship was 129 feet 5 inches long by 30 feet 4 inches wide with a draught of 19 feet 6 inches (39.45 metres long, 9.25 metres wide…
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