Glasgow And Ships Of The Clyde

Ship: JUMNA (1962-1975 General cargo ship 155m overall of James Nourse Ltd, / Hain-Nourse / P& O : 1985 scrapped at Alang, India)

Port of Registry: London (UK)
Net Tonnage: -
Reg Tonnage: -
Gross Tonnage: 9,890
Deadweight Tonnage: 14,480


General cargo ship “Jumna” at Singapore, June 1972
Owner: Peninsular & Oriental Steam Navigation Co., London
Manager: P&O General Cargo Division
Port of registry: London
Builder: Charles Connell & Co .Ltd., Glasgow
Gross tons: 9,890
Deadweight: 14,480
Length overall: 154.89 m
Max. draft: 8.260 m
Engine: 5-cylinder Sulzer diesel, 7,500 b.h.p., by Barclay, Curle & Co. Ltd., Glasgow
Speed: 16 knots
Completed November 1962 as “Jumna” for James Nourse Ltd.
1965: owner amalgamated with Hain Steamship Co., forming Hain-Nourse Ltd.
May 1972: ownership transferred to P&O S.N. Co.
March 1975: renamed “Strathnaver”
November 1977: Sold to Proteas Maritime Inc,, Singapore, renamed “Singapore
1979: renamed “Delta”
1980: Sold to Alfa Maritime Co. S.A., Greece (managers Antonios Catsogeorgis), renamed “Family Delta”
June 1985: sold for demolition at Alang, India