Name ship: DOMBURGH

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Identification Data

Year built: 1949
Classification Register: Lloyd's Register of Shipping (LR)
IMO number: 5091808
Nat. Official Number: 7421 Z ROTT 1949
Category: Cargo vessel
Propulsion: Motor Vessel
Type: General Cargo
Standard Ship Type:
Type Deck: Shelterdeck open
Masts: Three masts
Rig: 7 derricks, 6 winches
Lift Capacity: 1 derrick of 15 ton 6 derricks each 3 ton
Material Hull: Steel
Decks: 2
Construction Data

Shipbuilder: Werf De Noord N.V., Alblasserdam, Netherlands
Yardnumber: 616
Date Laid Down:
Launch Date: 1949-05-21
Delivery Date: 1949-08-17
Technical Data

Engine Manufacturer: Werkspoor N.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Engine Type: Motor, Oil, 4-stroke single-acting
Number of Cylinders: 8
Power: 1500
Power Unit: BHP (APK, RPK)
Eng. additional info: Werkspoor Type (390x680)
Speed in knots: 15.00
Number of screws: 1
 
Gross Tonnage: 991.00 Gross tonnage
Net Tonnage: 419.00 Gross tonnage
Deadweight: 1082.00 tonnes deadweight (1000 kg)
Grain: 86376 Cubic Feet
Bale: 79666 Cubic Feet
 
Length 1:
Length 2: 72.75 Meters Registered
Beam: 12.24 Meters Registered
Depth: 3.40 Meters Breadth, moulded
Draught:
 
Configuration Changes

1962-00-00: In 1962 bij Verolme, Rozenburg verlengd : Brt 1117, Nrt 500, Dwat 1303. Loa 85,58 Ll 78,97.

1968-00-00: In 1968 bij Nienhuis & van der Berg de brug verplaatst van midscheeps naar het achterschip en omgebouwd tot containerschip voor het vervoer van 77 stuks 20ft containers.

Certificate of Registry
Ship History Data

Date/Name Ship 1949-08-17 DOMBURGH
Manager: Wm. H. Müller & Co. (London) Ltd, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Owner: Wm. H. Müller & Co. (London) Ltd, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Shareholder:
Homeport / Flag: Rotterdam / Netherlands
Callsign: PDRO
Additional info:

Date/Name Ship 1972-00-00 DOMBURGH
Manager: Carib Shipping Ltd., London, Great Britain
Owner: Carib Shipping Ltd., London, Great Britain
Shareholder:
Homeport / Flag: London / Great Britain
Callsign:
Additional info:

Date/Name Ship 1972-00-00 DOMBURGH
Manager: Trincargo Shipping Ltd., London, Great Britain
Owner: Trincargo Shipping Ltd., London, Great Britain
Shareholder:
Homeport / Flag: London / Great Britain
Callsign:
Additional info:

Date/Name Ship 1973-00-00 DOMBURGH
Manager: Trincargo Shipping Service Ltd., Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago
Owner: Trincargo Shipping Service Ltd., Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago
Shareholder:
Homeport / Flag: Port of Spain / Trinidad & Tobago
Callsign:
Additional info:

Date/Name Ship 1975-00-00 FORWARDER
Manager: Magic City Corp., Panama, Panama R.P.
Owner: Magic City Corp., Panama, Panama R.P.
Shareholder:
Homeport / Flag: Panama / Panama R.P.
Callsign: H3JS
Additional info:

Date/Name Ship 1983-00-00 NUEVO RIO
Manager: Pioneer Shipping, San Lorenzo, Honduras
Owner: Pioneer Shipping, San Lorenzo, Honduras
Shareholder:
Homeport / Flag: San Lorenzo / Honduras
Callsign: HQFK
Additional info:

Ship Events Data

1949-08-11: Op 11.08.1949 als DOMBURGH, zijn de een stalen motorschip, metende 2806.71 m3 bruto inhoud volgens zeemeetbrief afgegeven te 's Gravenhage no. 7803 d.d. 03.08.1949, liggende te Alblasserdam, door A. Tromp, scheepsmeter te Rotterdam, van haar brandmerk voorzien door het inbeitelen van 7421 Z ROTT 1949 op het achterschip in achterwand dekhuis kombuis, 4.00 m. uit de hekplaat, 0.50 m. uit de lengteas en aan B.B. zijde, 1.20 m. boven dek.

1957-03-00: Op 04.03.1957, na vertrek uit Rotterdam met bestemming Casablanca, op de Nieuwe Waterweg in aanvaring met m.s.” Wulp” 1952-854 BRT waarna uit het roer gelopen en aan de grond geraakt. Later door de sleepboot “Argus” vlot getrokken en naar Rotterdam terug gevaren voor inspecties.

1968-00-00: Van 1968-1972: In samenwerking met Britisch Rail een container dienst van Rotterdam (Prinses Margriethaven) naar Harwich (Parkeston Quay) v.v. onderhouden, in charter voor de S.M.Z. Eind 1972 is de dienst opgeheven. From 1968 untill 1972 the S.M. Zeeland in cooperation with British Rail carried out a container-service from Rotterdam to Harwich with the “DOMBURGH” (1949, 1117 brt) of Wm. H. Muller & Co. (Batavier Line)The vessel had a capacity of 77 20” containers, the service was stopped in 1972 and the ship was sold to the Caribbean Sea.

1973-00-00: 1973 onderweg van Miami naar Jacksonville tijdens zwaar weer bij St. Augustine Lichtschip aan de grond gelopen. Op 26.11.1973 vlotgetrokken.

1985-12-00: In 12.1985 opgelegd in Miami, Florida, USA.

1986-03-06: Final Fate: Op 06.03.1986 buiten Key Largo , Florida, USA als kunstmatig rif genaamd "Doc de Milly"tot zinken gebracht.
DOC DE MILLY Dade County.
The “Doc De Milly” was a 287 foot long freighter originally named Nuevo Rio. The Nuevo Rio was built in 1949 in Rotterdam, Holland. She was sunk on March 6, 1986, and renamed Doc De Milly in memory of a veterinarian who died in 1985. The wreck now sits intact and upright in 147 feet of water, her bow faces south. The Doc De Milly is located on the Fish and Game Unlimited Reef Site and rises 70 feet off the ocean floor.
In the southern reaches of the park lies the Doc De Milly Memorial Reef , an artificial reef honoring Dr. De Milly, who was a veterinarian in Homestead. This intriguing wreck is guaranteed not to put you to sleep, but at 140 feet deep, it's outside the realm of recreational divers. If you're not deep-certified and are still doggedly determined to see the site, her deck can be reached at 80 feet. Give it a shot-just watch that depth gauge and keep your paws off the coral. Nearby, on a higher plane (80 feet), are two Phantom jet fuselages, about 16 yards apart.

Doc De Milly Freighter (160 ft)
The Doc DeMilly is a 287 foot steel freighter with more than 70 feet of relief. Sunk by DERM (Department of Environmental Resource Management) south of Miami near Pacific Light by Air Force bombers from Homestead Air Force Base. Concrete bombs are often used for target practice, offering the pilots an opportunity to sink the ship while providing divers and fishermen with another great artificial reef structure. Because it was not "blown up" with explosives as most of Miami's Artificial Reefs, it is totally intact. Despite the fact that it was in the direct path, this wreck was not affected by Hurricane Andrew in 1992. It remains a classic deep water wreck dive, and truly impressive.
Because of its depth (140+) and immense size, it takes several dives to truly explore this artificial reef. On most dives you will encounter many jewfish (Goliath Groupers) that live within the wreck. You need to be one of the first down in order to see them, as they are shy and reclusive and will hide in the dark engine room where most divers won't venture.

Ship Masters Data

Date from: 1972
Captain: Jager, Gerrit
College:
Flagnumber: 0
Other information: 0

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General information regarding this ship

 

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Twee kustvaarders in aanvaring.
Gisteravond omstreeks 23 uur zijn de kustvaarders WULP en DOMBURG ter hoogte van  Poortershaven op de Nieuwe Waterweg met elkaar in aanvaring gekomen. De WULP van P. A. van Es te Rotterdam, komende van Manchester, werd licht beschadigd. De uitvarende  DOMBURG van Müller & Co. te Rotterdam liep eveneens lichte averij boven de waterlijn op en kwam als gevolg van de aanvaring aan de grond te zitten. Met sleepboothulp heeft men het vaartuig weer vlot gekregen, waarna het naar Rotterdam is opgestoomd.