★ SS Juan Casiano
SS Juan Casiano was a Mexican tanker that was lost in a storm in the Atlantic ocean 90 nautical miles off Savannah, Georgia, United States on October 19, 1944, while EN route from Tampico, Mexico, to new York, new York, United States.
1. Construction. (Строительство)
Juan Kasiano was built at the William Doxford & Sons Ltd. shipyard in Sunderland, United Kingdom, in October 1919. Where it was launched and completed in the same year. The ship had a length of 131.1 meters 430 feet 1 inch, a beam of 16.9 meters 55 feet 5 inches and a depth of 10.4 meters 34 feet 1 inch. It was rated at 7.064 GRT and had a 1 x 3 cyl. triple expansion engine. The ship could generate 619 HP at a speed of 10 knots.
2. Pre-war career and incident of 1919. (Довоенная карьера и инцидент 1919 года)
Just a month after it was built, on November 9, 1919, a Juan Kasiano named Linertons engine broke down while driving from the Tyne river to Baltimore, Maryland, United States. This caused it to run aground near South shields with no reported casualties, and it eventually broke into two pieces. The bow was refloated on 6 April 1920, and the stern was refloated on 18 may 1920, after which both parts were towed to Rotterdam, the Netherlands, to be converted into a tanker under a new owner and under the new name Radix.
It changed hands once more before being sold to a new German owner, Johann Haltermann, in July 1939, which was followed by another name change to tin Asmussen. When World war II broke out a few months later, the newly acquired ship had the opportunity to become a target for allied forces. This never happened, as it was taken over by Mexico in 1940 and renamed Juan Kasiano to serve under its new owner Petroleos Mexicanos S. A. the Mexican government for the next four years.
3. Drowning. (Затопление)
Juan Kasiano was traveling from Tampico, Mexico, to new York, new York, United States, when on October 19, 1944, she became trapped in a storm in the Atlantic ocean. Stormy weather eventually became too much for Juan Kasiano, and he sank 90 nautical miles 170 km off Savannah, Georgia, United States, with the loss of all 21 crew.
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