Hector

Hector

Voyage

Titanic Ships: the other ships of the Titanic story
Port of Registry: Southampton
Flag of Registry: British
Funnel: Red, black top
Company flag: Divided by crossed lines into four equal triangles
Blue at hoist, white at top, green at fly, red at bottom
Signal letters: V D J M
Steel hull, one funnel, two screws, one deck, cutter rig,
Engines: compound, 4 cyl. 2 each 19”, 38” x 30” stroke, 1,200 h.p 
Tonnage: Gross 316 Underdeck 278
Dimensions: Length 129.5 ft. Width 25.1 ft. Depth 11.9 ft.

1903: Built and engined by Day, Summers & Co. Ltd. Northam, Devon yard no. 131

1903 Launched

1958 Towed to Holland for breaking up.

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Shelley Dzeidzic
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