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Name of ship as recorded on the record

Ship name

Lord Byron - 1917 ( Plan of Stern and Rudder Frame for no. 478, Lord Byron, 10 September 1914 1914, Profile and Deck Plans for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Plan of Midship Section for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Letter from Thomas Field, Lloyd's Register Newcastle, to the Secretary, London, forwarding first entry report on turbines removed from Vespasian to be fitted to no. 478 [Lord Byron], 30 August 1916 1916, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee, submitting Lord Byron is eligible to be classed +100A1, 1 March 1917 1917, Letter from L C Davis, Lloyd's Register Sunderland, to the Secretary, London, stating that there is a continuous liner fitted on the screw shaft of Lord Byron that he omitted in his report, 3 March 1917 1917, First Entry Report for the Steel Steamer Lord Byron, 26 February 1917 1917, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons and Upwards for Lord Byron, 20 January 1917 1917, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Report on Machinery for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Memo noting that the engines for Lord Byron came from Vespasian, and have been overhauled and examined, 2 March 1917 1917, Memo noting there is a continuous liner fitted to the screw shaft of Lord Byron but no mention of it in the report, the Sunderland surveyors should be asked to clarify, 2 March 1917 1917, Report on Boilers for Lord Byron, 17 February 1917 1917, Letter from R Doxford, William Doxford & Sons, to Lloyd's Register Sunderland, stating they have no information regarding the electric lighting installation to Lord Byron as this was a direct order from the owners in London, 20 April 1917 1917 )

Nicolaos G Culucundis - 1931 ( Report on Surveys for Freeboard for Nicolaos G Culucundis, 10 January 1933 1933, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to Lloyd's Register London, thank you for informing us that you are having the class of Nicolaos G Culucundis deleted from the Register Book, 16 April 1946 1946, Memorandum noting that on Friday 12 April the Classing Committee gave instructions for the deletion of class for Nicolaos G Culucundis, this decision is now submitted for confirmation, 16 April 1946 1946, Copy of letter from the Clerk to the Classification Committee to Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited, in light of the owners fore-going the Nicolaos G Culucundis's class given its trade route between Black Sea and Mediterranean, the vessel's class will be de 1946, Remarks for the Chief Ship Surveyor and Chief Engineer Surveyor regarding dis-classing Nicolaos G Culucundis, 11 April 1946 1946, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to the Secretary, Lloyd's Register London, informing them of the decision of the owners of Nicolaos G Culucundis to forego her ocean-going class, 10 April 1946 1946 )

Lago Azul - 1947 ( Report of Survey for Repairs for Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 12 April 1946 1946, Letter from the Secretary to American Steamship Lines Agency regarding the indicated horse power of the engine of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 4 February 1948 1948, Letter from W Prosser, American Steamship Lines, to Lloyd's Register London, enquiring as to the indicated horse power of the engines of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 2 February 1948 1948, Memorandum stating that as Registro Italiano is a recognised Classification Society and the ship has been examined by an American Bureau surveyor, it is reasonable to issue Panamanian Load Line Certificates for Lago Azul; further certificates cannot be is 1950, Memorandum covering Lago Azul's history, including her de-classification, her surveys by other Classification Societies, and method of getting her re-Classed with Lloyd's Register; Mr Bennett to be advised of the particulars, 15 December 1950 1950, Airmail letter from W Bennett, Principal Surveyor Lloyd's Register New York, to the Secretary, London, regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul, and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 19 1950, Copy of letter from the Surveyors in New York regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 1950, received 11 December 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Copy of air letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register London, to Wm Bennett, New York, regarding requirements for reinstating the Lago Azul in class with Lloyd's Register, 4 January 1951 1951 )

The process of transferring a vessel to water, but not necessarily her completion.

Launch Date

11/01/1918 ( Plan of Stern and Rudder Frame for no. 478, Lord Byron, 10 September 1914 1914, Profile and Deck Plans for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Plan of Midship Section for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Letter from Thomas Field, Lloyd's Register Newcastle, to the Secretary, London, forwarding first entry report on turbines removed from Vespasian to be fitted to no. 478 [Lord Byron], 30 August 1916 1916, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee, submitting Lord Byron is eligible to be classed +100A1, 1 March 1917 1917, Letter from L C Davis, Lloyd's Register Sunderland, to the Secretary, London, stating that there is a continuous liner fitted on the screw shaft of Lord Byron that he omitted in his report, 3 March 1917 1917, First Entry Report for the Steel Steamer Lord Byron, 26 February 1917 1917, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons and Upwards for Lord Byron, 20 January 1917 1917, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Report on Machinery for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Memo noting that the engines for Lord Byron came from Vespasian, and have been overhauled and examined, 2 March 1917 1917, Memo noting there is a continuous liner fitted to the screw shaft of Lord Byron but no mention of it in the report, the Sunderland surveyors should be asked to clarify, 2 March 1917 1917, Report on Boilers for Lord Byron, 17 February 1917 1917, Letter from R Doxford, William Doxford & Sons, to Lloyd's Register Sunderland, stating they have no information regarding the electric lighting installation to Lord Byron as this was a direct order from the owners in London, 20 April 1917 1917, Report on Surveys for Freeboard for Nicolaos G Culucundis, 10 January 1933 1933, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to Lloyd's Register London, thank you for informing us that you are having the class of Nicolaos G Culucundis deleted from the Register Book, 16 April 1946 1946, Memorandum noting that on Friday 12 April the Classing Committee gave instructions for the deletion of class for Nicolaos G Culucundis, this decision is now submitted for confirmation, 16 April 1946 1946, Copy of letter from the Clerk to the Classification Committee to Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited, in light of the owners fore-going the Nicolaos G Culucundis's class given its trade route between Black Sea and Mediterranean, the vessel's class will be de 1946, Remarks for the Chief Ship Surveyor and Chief Engineer Surveyor regarding dis-classing Nicolaos G Culucundis, 11 April 1946 1946, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to the Secretary, Lloyd's Register London, informing them of the decision of the owners of Nicolaos G Culucundis to forego her ocean-going class, 10 April 1946 1946, Report of Survey for Repairs for Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 12 April 1946 1946, Letter from the Secretary to American Steamship Lines Agency regarding the indicated horse power of the engine of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 4 February 1948 1948, Letter from W Prosser, American Steamship Lines, to Lloyd's Register London, enquiring as to the indicated horse power of the engines of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 2 February 1948 1948, Memorandum stating that as Registro Italiano is a recognised Classification Society and the ship has been examined by an American Bureau surveyor, it is reasonable to issue Panamanian Load Line Certificates for Lago Azul; further certificates cannot be is 1950, Memorandum covering Lago Azul's history, including her de-classification, her surveys by other Classification Societies, and method of getting her re-Classed with Lloyd's Register; Mr Bennett to be advised of the particulars, 15 December 1950 1950, Airmail letter from W Bennett, Principal Surveyor Lloyd's Register New York, to the Secretary, London, regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul, and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 19 1950, Copy of letter from the Surveyors in New York regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 1950, received 11 December 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Copy of air letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register London, to Wm Bennett, New York, regarding requirements for reinstating the Lago Azul in class with Lloyd's Register, 4 January 1951 1951 )

Unique identifier for a given ship, it is assigned by a builder.

Yard no

478 ( Plan of Stern and Rudder Frame for no. 478, Lord Byron, 10 September 1914 1914, Profile and Deck Plans for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Plan of Midship Section for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Letter from Thomas Field, Lloyd's Register Newcastle, to the Secretary, London, forwarding first entry report on turbines removed from Vespasian to be fitted to no. 478 [Lord Byron], 30 August 1916 1916, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee, submitting Lord Byron is eligible to be classed +100A1, 1 March 1917 1917, Letter from L C Davis, Lloyd's Register Sunderland, to the Secretary, London, stating that there is a continuous liner fitted on the screw shaft of Lord Byron that he omitted in his report, 3 March 1917 1917, First Entry Report for the Steel Steamer Lord Byron, 26 February 1917 1917, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons and Upwards for Lord Byron, 20 January 1917 1917, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Report on Machinery for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Memo noting that the engines for Lord Byron came from Vespasian, and have been overhauled and examined, 2 March 1917 1917, Memo noting there is a continuous liner fitted to the screw shaft of Lord Byron but no mention of it in the report, the Sunderland surveyors should be asked to clarify, 2 March 1917 1917, Report on Boilers for Lord Byron, 17 February 1917 1917, Letter from R Doxford, William Doxford & Sons, to Lloyd's Register Sunderland, stating they have no information regarding the electric lighting installation to Lord Byron as this was a direct order from the owners in London, 20 April 1917 1917, Report on Surveys for Freeboard for Nicolaos G Culucundis, 10 January 1933 1933, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to Lloyd's Register London, thank you for informing us that you are having the class of Nicolaos G Culucundis deleted from the Register Book, 16 April 1946 1946, Memorandum noting that on Friday 12 April the Classing Committee gave instructions for the deletion of class for Nicolaos G Culucundis, this decision is now submitted for confirmation, 16 April 1946 1946, Copy of letter from the Clerk to the Classification Committee to Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited, in light of the owners fore-going the Nicolaos G Culucundis's class given its trade route between Black Sea and Mediterranean, the vessel's class will be de 1946, Remarks for the Chief Ship Surveyor and Chief Engineer Surveyor regarding dis-classing Nicolaos G Culucundis, 11 April 1946 1946, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to the Secretary, Lloyd's Register London, informing them of the decision of the owners of Nicolaos G Culucundis to forego her ocean-going class, 10 April 1946 1946, Report of Survey for Repairs for Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 12 April 1946 1946, Letter from the Secretary to American Steamship Lines Agency regarding the indicated horse power of the engine of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 4 February 1948 1948, Letter from W Prosser, American Steamship Lines, to Lloyd's Register London, enquiring as to the indicated horse power of the engines of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 2 February 1948 1948, Memorandum stating that as Registro Italiano is a recognised Classification Society and the ship has been examined by an American Bureau surveyor, it is reasonable to issue Panamanian Load Line Certificates for Lago Azul; further certificates cannot be is 1950, Memorandum covering Lago Azul's history, including her de-classification, her surveys by other Classification Societies, and method of getting her re-Classed with Lloyd's Register; Mr Bennett to be advised of the particulars, 15 December 1950 1950, Airmail letter from W Bennett, Principal Surveyor Lloyd's Register New York, to the Secretary, London, regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul, and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 19 1950, Copy of letter from the Surveyors in New York regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 1950, received 11 December 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Copy of air letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register London, to Wm Bennett, New York, regarding requirements for reinstating the Lago Azul in class with Lloyd's Register, 4 January 1951 1951 )

The country in which the vessel’s construction took place, at the time of writing.

Country of build

United Kingdom ( Plan of Stern and Rudder Frame for no. 478, Lord Byron, 10 September 1914 1914, Profile and Deck Plans for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Plan of Midship Section for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Letter from Thomas Field, Lloyd's Register Newcastle, to the Secretary, London, forwarding first entry report on turbines removed from Vespasian to be fitted to no. 478 [Lord Byron], 30 August 1916 1916, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee, submitting Lord Byron is eligible to be classed +100A1, 1 March 1917 1917, Letter from L C Davis, Lloyd's Register Sunderland, to the Secretary, London, stating that there is a continuous liner fitted on the screw shaft of Lord Byron that he omitted in his report, 3 March 1917 1917, First Entry Report for the Steel Steamer Lord Byron, 26 February 1917 1917, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons and Upwards for Lord Byron, 20 January 1917 1917, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Report on Machinery for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Memo noting that the engines for Lord Byron came from Vespasian, and have been overhauled and examined, 2 March 1917 1917, Memo noting there is a continuous liner fitted to the screw shaft of Lord Byron but no mention of it in the report, the Sunderland surveyors should be asked to clarify, 2 March 1917 1917, Report on Boilers for Lord Byron, 17 February 1917 1917, Letter from R Doxford, William Doxford & Sons, to Lloyd's Register Sunderland, stating they have no information regarding the electric lighting installation to Lord Byron as this was a direct order from the owners in London, 20 April 1917 1917, Report on Surveys for Freeboard for Nicolaos G Culucundis, 10 January 1933 1933, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to Lloyd's Register London, thank you for informing us that you are having the class of Nicolaos G Culucundis deleted from the Register Book, 16 April 1946 1946, Memorandum noting that on Friday 12 April the Classing Committee gave instructions for the deletion of class for Nicolaos G Culucundis, this decision is now submitted for confirmation, 16 April 1946 1946, Copy of letter from the Clerk to the Classification Committee to Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited, in light of the owners fore-going the Nicolaos G Culucundis's class given its trade route between Black Sea and Mediterranean, the vessel's class will be de 1946, Remarks for the Chief Ship Surveyor and Chief Engineer Surveyor regarding dis-classing Nicolaos G Culucundis, 11 April 1946 1946, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to the Secretary, Lloyd's Register London, informing them of the decision of the owners of Nicolaos G Culucundis to forego her ocean-going class, 10 April 1946 1946, Report of Survey for Repairs for Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 12 April 1946 1946, Letter from the Secretary to American Steamship Lines Agency regarding the indicated horse power of the engine of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 4 February 1948 1948, Letter from W Prosser, American Steamship Lines, to Lloyd's Register London, enquiring as to the indicated horse power of the engines of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 2 February 1948 1948, Memorandum stating that as Registro Italiano is a recognised Classification Society and the ship has been examined by an American Bureau surveyor, it is reasonable to issue Panamanian Load Line Certificates for Lago Azul; further certificates cannot be is 1950, Memorandum covering Lago Azul's history, including her de-classification, her surveys by other Classification Societies, and method of getting her re-Classed with Lloyd's Register; Mr Bennett to be advised of the particulars, 15 December 1950 1950, Airmail letter from W Bennett, Principal Surveyor Lloyd's Register New York, to the Secretary, London, regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul, and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 19 1950, Copy of letter from the Surveyors in New York regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 1950, received 11 December 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Copy of air letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register London, to Wm Bennett, New York, regarding requirements for reinstating the Lago Azul in class with Lloyd's Register, 4 January 1951 1951 )

The listed port to which a given vessel belongs.

Port belonging to

London ( Plan of Stern and Rudder Frame for no. 478, Lord Byron, 10 September 1914 1914, Profile and Deck Plans for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Plan of Midship Section for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Letter from Thomas Field, Lloyd's Register Newcastle, to the Secretary, London, forwarding first entry report on turbines removed from Vespasian to be fitted to no. 478 [Lord Byron], 30 August 1916 1916, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee, submitting Lord Byron is eligible to be classed +100A1, 1 March 1917 1917, Letter from L C Davis, Lloyd's Register Sunderland, to the Secretary, London, stating that there is a continuous liner fitted on the screw shaft of Lord Byron that he omitted in his report, 3 March 1917 1917, First Entry Report for the Steel Steamer Lord Byron, 26 February 1917 1917, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons and Upwards for Lord Byron, 20 January 1917 1917, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Report on Machinery for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Memo noting that the engines for Lord Byron came from Vespasian, and have been overhauled and examined, 2 March 1917 1917, Memo noting there is a continuous liner fitted to the screw shaft of Lord Byron but no mention of it in the report, the Sunderland surveyors should be asked to clarify, 2 March 1917 1917, Report on Boilers for Lord Byron, 17 February 1917 1917, Letter from R Doxford, William Doxford & Sons, to Lloyd's Register Sunderland, stating they have no information regarding the electric lighting installation to Lord Byron as this was a direct order from the owners in London, 20 April 1917 1917 )

Syra ( Report on Surveys for Freeboard for Nicolaos G Culucundis, 10 January 1933 1933, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to Lloyd's Register London, thank you for informing us that you are having the class of Nicolaos G Culucundis deleted from the Register Book, 16 April 1946 1946, Memorandum noting that on Friday 12 April the Classing Committee gave instructions for the deletion of class for Nicolaos G Culucundis, this decision is now submitted for confirmation, 16 April 1946 1946, Copy of letter from the Clerk to the Classification Committee to Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited, in light of the owners fore-going the Nicolaos G Culucundis's class given its trade route between Black Sea and Mediterranean, the vessel's class will be de 1946, Remarks for the Chief Ship Surveyor and Chief Engineer Surveyor regarding dis-classing Nicolaos G Culucundis, 11 April 1946 1946, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to the Secretary, Lloyd's Register London, informing them of the decision of the owners of Nicolaos G Culucundis to forego her ocean-going class, 10 April 1946 1946 )

Piraeus ( Report of Survey for Repairs for Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 12 April 1946 1946 )

Panama ( Letter from the Secretary to American Steamship Lines Agency regarding the indicated horse power of the engine of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 4 February 1948 1948, Letter from W Prosser, American Steamship Lines, to Lloyd's Register London, enquiring as to the indicated horse power of the engines of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 2 February 1948 1948, Memorandum stating that as Registro Italiano is a recognised Classification Society and the ship has been examined by an American Bureau surveyor, it is reasonable to issue Panamanian Load Line Certificates for Lago Azul; further certificates cannot be is 1950, Memorandum covering Lago Azul's history, including her de-classification, her surveys by other Classification Societies, and method of getting her re-Classed with Lloyd's Register; Mr Bennett to be advised of the particulars, 15 December 1950 1950, Airmail letter from W Bennett, Principal Surveyor Lloyd's Register New York, to the Secretary, London, regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul, and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 19 1950, Copy of letter from the Surveyors in New York regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 1950, received 11 December 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Copy of air letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register London, to Wm Bennett, New York, regarding requirements for reinstating the Lago Azul in class with Lloyd's Register, 4 January 1951 1951 )

Broad categories and subdivisions of vessels related to their purpose or function.

Ship type

Cargo ( Plan of Stern and Rudder Frame for no. 478, Lord Byron, 10 September 1914 1914, Profile and Deck Plans for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Plan of Midship Section for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Letter from Thomas Field, Lloyd's Register Newcastle, to the Secretary, London, forwarding first entry report on turbines removed from Vespasian to be fitted to no. 478 [Lord Byron], 30 August 1916 1916, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee, submitting Lord Byron is eligible to be classed +100A1, 1 March 1917 1917, Letter from L C Davis, Lloyd's Register Sunderland, to the Secretary, London, stating that there is a continuous liner fitted on the screw shaft of Lord Byron that he omitted in his report, 3 March 1917 1917, First Entry Report for the Steel Steamer Lord Byron, 26 February 1917 1917, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons and Upwards for Lord Byron, 20 January 1917 1917, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Report on Machinery for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Memo noting that the engines for Lord Byron came from Vespasian, and have been overhauled and examined, 2 March 1917 1917, Memo noting there is a continuous liner fitted to the screw shaft of Lord Byron but no mention of it in the report, the Sunderland surveyors should be asked to clarify, 2 March 1917 1917, Report on Boilers for Lord Byron, 17 February 1917 1917, Letter from R Doxford, William Doxford & Sons, to Lloyd's Register Sunderland, stating they have no information regarding the electric lighting installation to Lord Byron as this was a direct order from the owners in London, 20 April 1917 1917, Report on Surveys for Freeboard for Nicolaos G Culucundis, 10 January 1933 1933, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to Lloyd's Register London, thank you for informing us that you are having the class of Nicolaos G Culucundis deleted from the Register Book, 16 April 1946 1946, Memorandum noting that on Friday 12 April the Classing Committee gave instructions for the deletion of class for Nicolaos G Culucundis, this decision is now submitted for confirmation, 16 April 1946 1946, Copy of letter from the Clerk to the Classification Committee to Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited, in light of the owners fore-going the Nicolaos G Culucundis's class given its trade route between Black Sea and Mediterranean, the vessel's class will be de 1946, Remarks for the Chief Ship Surveyor and Chief Engineer Surveyor regarding dis-classing Nicolaos G Culucundis, 11 April 1946 1946, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to the Secretary, Lloyd's Register London, informing them of the decision of the owners of Nicolaos G Culucundis to forego her ocean-going class, 10 April 1946 1946, Report of Survey for Repairs for Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 12 April 1946 1946, Letter from the Secretary to American Steamship Lines Agency regarding the indicated horse power of the engine of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 4 February 1948 1948, Letter from W Prosser, American Steamship Lines, to Lloyd's Register London, enquiring as to the indicated horse power of the engines of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 2 February 1948 1948, Memorandum stating that as Registro Italiano is a recognised Classification Society and the ship has been examined by an American Bureau surveyor, it is reasonable to issue Panamanian Load Line Certificates for Lago Azul; further certificates cannot be is 1950, Memorandum covering Lago Azul's history, including her de-classification, her surveys by other Classification Societies, and method of getting her re-Classed with Lloyd's Register; Mr Bennett to be advised of the particulars, 15 December 1950 1950, Airmail letter from W Bennett, Principal Surveyor Lloyd's Register New York, to the Secretary, London, regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul, and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 19 1950, Copy of letter from the Surveyors in New York regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 1950, received 11 December 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Copy of air letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register London, to Wm Bennett, New York, regarding requirements for reinstating the Lago Azul in class with Lloyd's Register, 4 January 1951 1951 )

Predominant material(s) utilised in a vessel’s construction.

Material of construction

Steel ( Plan of Stern and Rudder Frame for no. 478, Lord Byron, 10 September 1914 1914, Profile and Deck Plans for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Plan of Midship Section for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Letter from Thomas Field, Lloyd's Register Newcastle, to the Secretary, London, forwarding first entry report on turbines removed from Vespasian to be fitted to no. 478 [Lord Byron], 30 August 1916 1916, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee, submitting Lord Byron is eligible to be classed +100A1, 1 March 1917 1917, Letter from L C Davis, Lloyd's Register Sunderland, to the Secretary, London, stating that there is a continuous liner fitted on the screw shaft of Lord Byron that he omitted in his report, 3 March 1917 1917, First Entry Report for the Steel Steamer Lord Byron, 26 February 1917 1917, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons and Upwards for Lord Byron, 20 January 1917 1917, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Report on Machinery for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Memo noting that the engines for Lord Byron came from Vespasian, and have been overhauled and examined, 2 March 1917 1917, Memo noting there is a continuous liner fitted to the screw shaft of Lord Byron but no mention of it in the report, the Sunderland surveyors should be asked to clarify, 2 March 1917 1917, Report on Boilers for Lord Byron, 17 February 1917 1917, Letter from R Doxford, William Doxford & Sons, to Lloyd's Register Sunderland, stating they have no information regarding the electric lighting installation to Lord Byron as this was a direct order from the owners in London, 20 April 1917 1917, Report on Surveys for Freeboard for Nicolaos G Culucundis, 10 January 1933 1933, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to Lloyd's Register London, thank you for informing us that you are having the class of Nicolaos G Culucundis deleted from the Register Book, 16 April 1946 1946, Memorandum noting that on Friday 12 April the Classing Committee gave instructions for the deletion of class for Nicolaos G Culucundis, this decision is now submitted for confirmation, 16 April 1946 1946, Copy of letter from the Clerk to the Classification Committee to Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited, in light of the owners fore-going the Nicolaos G Culucundis's class given its trade route between Black Sea and Mediterranean, the vessel's class will be de 1946, Remarks for the Chief Ship Surveyor and Chief Engineer Surveyor regarding dis-classing Nicolaos G Culucundis, 11 April 1946 1946, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to the Secretary, Lloyd's Register London, informing them of the decision of the owners of Nicolaos G Culucundis to forego her ocean-going class, 10 April 1946 1946, Report of Survey for Repairs for Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 12 April 1946 1946, Letter from the Secretary to American Steamship Lines Agency regarding the indicated horse power of the engine of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 4 February 1948 1948, Letter from W Prosser, American Steamship Lines, to Lloyd's Register London, enquiring as to the indicated horse power of the engines of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 2 February 1948 1948, Memorandum stating that as Registro Italiano is a recognised Classification Society and the ship has been examined by an American Bureau surveyor, it is reasonable to issue Panamanian Load Line Certificates for Lago Azul; further certificates cannot be is 1950, Memorandum covering Lago Azul's history, including her de-classification, her surveys by other Classification Societies, and method of getting her re-Classed with Lloyd's Register; Mr Bennett to be advised of the particulars, 15 December 1950 1950, Airmail letter from W Bennett, Principal Surveyor Lloyd's Register New York, to the Secretary, London, regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul, and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 19 1950, Copy of letter from the Surveyors in New York regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 1950, received 11 December 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Copy of air letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register London, to Wm Bennett, New York, regarding requirements for reinstating the Lago Azul in class with Lloyd's Register, 4 January 1951 1951 )

A ship’s total internal volume in ‘register tons’ (replaced by gross tonnage post 1982).

Gross Register Tonnage

3200 ( Plan of Stern and Rudder Frame for no. 478, Lord Byron, 10 September 1914 1914, Profile and Deck Plans for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Plan of Midship Section for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Letter from Thomas Field, Lloyd's Register Newcastle, to the Secretary, London, forwarding first entry report on turbines removed from Vespasian to be fitted to no. 478 [Lord Byron], 30 August 1916 1916, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee, submitting Lord Byron is eligible to be classed +100A1, 1 March 1917 1917, Letter from L C Davis, Lloyd's Register Sunderland, to the Secretary, London, stating that there is a continuous liner fitted on the screw shaft of Lord Byron that he omitted in his report, 3 March 1917 1917, First Entry Report for the Steel Steamer Lord Byron, 26 February 1917 1917, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons and Upwards for Lord Byron, 20 January 1917 1917, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Report on Machinery for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Memo noting that the engines for Lord Byron came from Vespasian, and have been overhauled and examined, 2 March 1917 1917, Memo noting there is a continuous liner fitted to the screw shaft of Lord Byron but no mention of it in the report, the Sunderland surveyors should be asked to clarify, 2 March 1917 1917, Report on Boilers for Lord Byron, 17 February 1917 1917, Letter from R Doxford, William Doxford & Sons, to Lloyd's Register Sunderland, stating they have no information regarding the electric lighting installation to Lord Byron as this was a direct order from the owners in London, 20 April 1917 1917 )

3201 ( Report on Surveys for Freeboard for Nicolaos G Culucundis, 10 January 1933 1933, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to Lloyd's Register London, thank you for informing us that you are having the class of Nicolaos G Culucundis deleted from the Register Book, 16 April 1946 1946, Memorandum noting that on Friday 12 April the Classing Committee gave instructions for the deletion of class for Nicolaos G Culucundis, this decision is now submitted for confirmation, 16 April 1946 1946, Copy of letter from the Clerk to the Classification Committee to Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited, in light of the owners fore-going the Nicolaos G Culucundis's class given its trade route between Black Sea and Mediterranean, the vessel's class will be de 1946, Remarks for the Chief Ship Surveyor and Chief Engineer Surveyor regarding dis-classing Nicolaos G Culucundis, 11 April 1946 1946, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to the Secretary, Lloyd's Register London, informing them of the decision of the owners of Nicolaos G Culucundis to forego her ocean-going class, 10 April 1946 1946, Report of Survey for Repairs for Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 12 April 1946 1946, Letter from the Secretary to American Steamship Lines Agency regarding the indicated horse power of the engine of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 4 February 1948 1948, Letter from W Prosser, American Steamship Lines, to Lloyd's Register London, enquiring as to the indicated horse power of the engines of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 2 February 1948 1948, Memorandum stating that as Registro Italiano is a recognised Classification Society and the ship has been examined by an American Bureau surveyor, it is reasonable to issue Panamanian Load Line Certificates for Lago Azul; further certificates cannot be is 1950, Memorandum covering Lago Azul's history, including her de-classification, her surveys by other Classification Societies, and method of getting her re-Classed with Lloyd's Register; Mr Bennett to be advised of the particulars, 15 December 1950 1950, Airmail letter from W Bennett, Principal Surveyor Lloyd's Register New York, to the Secretary, London, regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul, and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 19 1950, Copy of letter from the Surveyors in New York regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 1950, received 11 December 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Copy of air letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register London, to Wm Bennett, New York, regarding requirements for reinstating the Lago Azul in class with Lloyd's Register, 4 January 1951 1951 )

Is machinery fitted at the aft of the vessel?

Machinery aft?

No ( Plan of Stern and Rudder Frame for no. 478, Lord Byron, 10 September 1914 1914, Profile and Deck Plans for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Plan of Midship Section for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Letter from Thomas Field, Lloyd's Register Newcastle, to the Secretary, London, forwarding first entry report on turbines removed from Vespasian to be fitted to no. 478 [Lord Byron], 30 August 1916 1916, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee, submitting Lord Byron is eligible to be classed +100A1, 1 March 1917 1917, Letter from L C Davis, Lloyd's Register Sunderland, to the Secretary, London, stating that there is a continuous liner fitted on the screw shaft of Lord Byron that he omitted in his report, 3 March 1917 1917, First Entry Report for the Steel Steamer Lord Byron, 26 February 1917 1917, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons and Upwards for Lord Byron, 20 January 1917 1917, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Report on Machinery for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Memo noting that the engines for Lord Byron came from Vespasian, and have been overhauled and examined, 2 March 1917 1917, Memo noting there is a continuous liner fitted to the screw shaft of Lord Byron but no mention of it in the report, the Sunderland surveyors should be asked to clarify, 2 March 1917 1917, Report on Boilers for Lord Byron, 17 February 1917 1917, Letter from R Doxford, William Doxford & Sons, to Lloyd's Register Sunderland, stating they have no information regarding the electric lighting installation to Lord Byron as this was a direct order from the owners in London, 20 April 1917 1917, Report on Surveys for Freeboard for Nicolaos G Culucundis, 10 January 1933 1933, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to Lloyd's Register London, thank you for informing us that you are having the class of Nicolaos G Culucundis deleted from the Register Book, 16 April 1946 1946, Memorandum noting that on Friday 12 April the Classing Committee gave instructions for the deletion of class for Nicolaos G Culucundis, this decision is now submitted for confirmation, 16 April 1946 1946, Copy of letter from the Clerk to the Classification Committee to Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited, in light of the owners fore-going the Nicolaos G Culucundis's class given its trade route between Black Sea and Mediterranean, the vessel's class will be de 1946, Remarks for the Chief Ship Surveyor and Chief Engineer Surveyor regarding dis-classing Nicolaos G Culucundis, 11 April 1946 1946, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to the Secretary, Lloyd's Register London, informing them of the decision of the owners of Nicolaos G Culucundis to forego her ocean-going class, 10 April 1946 1946, Report of Survey for Repairs for Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 12 April 1946 1946, Letter from the Secretary to American Steamship Lines Agency regarding the indicated horse power of the engine of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 4 February 1948 1948, Letter from W Prosser, American Steamship Lines, to Lloyd's Register London, enquiring as to the indicated horse power of the engines of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 2 February 1948 1948, Memorandum stating that as Registro Italiano is a recognised Classification Society and the ship has been examined by an American Bureau surveyor, it is reasonable to issue Panamanian Load Line Certificates for Lago Azul; further certificates cannot be is 1950, Memorandum covering Lago Azul's history, including her de-classification, her surveys by other Classification Societies, and method of getting her re-Classed with Lloyd's Register; Mr Bennett to be advised of the particulars, 15 December 1950 1950, Airmail letter from W Bennett, Principal Surveyor Lloyd's Register New York, to the Secretary, London, regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul, and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 19 1950, Copy of letter from the Surveyors in New York regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 1950, received 11 December 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Copy of air letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register London, to Wm Bennett, New York, regarding requirements for reinstating the Lago Azul in class with Lloyd's Register, 4 January 1951 1951 )

Generally a smaller additional auxiliary boiler (often used while the vessel is at port).

Is a donkey boiler fitted?

No ( Plan of Stern and Rudder Frame for no. 478, Lord Byron, 10 September 1914 1914, Profile and Deck Plans for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Plan of Midship Section for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Letter from Thomas Field, Lloyd's Register Newcastle, to the Secretary, London, forwarding first entry report on turbines removed from Vespasian to be fitted to no. 478 [Lord Byron], 30 August 1916 1916, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee, submitting Lord Byron is eligible to be classed +100A1, 1 March 1917 1917, Letter from L C Davis, Lloyd's Register Sunderland, to the Secretary, London, stating that there is a continuous liner fitted on the screw shaft of Lord Byron that he omitted in his report, 3 March 1917 1917, First Entry Report for the Steel Steamer Lord Byron, 26 February 1917 1917, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons and Upwards for Lord Byron, 20 January 1917 1917, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Report on Machinery for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Memo noting that the engines for Lord Byron came from Vespasian, and have been overhauled and examined, 2 March 1917 1917, Memo noting there is a continuous liner fitted to the screw shaft of Lord Byron but no mention of it in the report, the Sunderland surveyors should be asked to clarify, 2 March 1917 1917, Report on Boilers for Lord Byron, 17 February 1917 1917, Letter from R Doxford, William Doxford & Sons, to Lloyd's Register Sunderland, stating they have no information regarding the electric lighting installation to Lord Byron as this was a direct order from the owners in London, 20 April 1917 1917, Report on Surveys for Freeboard for Nicolaos G Culucundis, 10 January 1933 1933, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to Lloyd's Register London, thank you for informing us that you are having the class of Nicolaos G Culucundis deleted from the Register Book, 16 April 1946 1946, Memorandum noting that on Friday 12 April the Classing Committee gave instructions for the deletion of class for Nicolaos G Culucundis, this decision is now submitted for confirmation, 16 April 1946 1946, Copy of letter from the Clerk to the Classification Committee to Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited, in light of the owners fore-going the Nicolaos G Culucundis's class given its trade route between Black Sea and Mediterranean, the vessel's class will be de 1946, Remarks for the Chief Ship Surveyor and Chief Engineer Surveyor regarding dis-classing Nicolaos G Culucundis, 11 April 1946 1946, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to the Secretary, Lloyd's Register London, informing them of the decision of the owners of Nicolaos G Culucundis to forego her ocean-going class, 10 April 1946 1946, Report of Survey for Repairs for Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 12 April 1946 1946, Letter from the Secretary to American Steamship Lines Agency regarding the indicated horse power of the engine of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 4 February 1948 1948, Letter from W Prosser, American Steamship Lines, to Lloyd's Register London, enquiring as to the indicated horse power of the engines of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 2 February 1948 1948, Memorandum stating that as Registro Italiano is a recognised Classification Society and the ship has been examined by an American Bureau surveyor, it is reasonable to issue Panamanian Load Line Certificates for Lago Azul; further certificates cannot be is 1950, Memorandum covering Lago Azul's history, including her de-classification, her surveys by other Classification Societies, and method of getting her re-Classed with Lloyd's Register; Mr Bennett to be advised of the particulars, 15 December 1950 1950, Airmail letter from W Bennett, Principal Surveyor Lloyd's Register New York, to the Secretary, London, regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul, and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 19 1950, Copy of letter from the Surveyors in New York regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 1950, received 11 December 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Copy of air letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register London, to Wm Bennett, New York, regarding requirements for reinstating the Lago Azul in class with Lloyd's Register, 4 January 1951 1951 )

Name of the Proving House responsible for the public testing and certification of a vessel’s anchors and/or chain cables.

Lloyd's Proving House?

No ( Plan of Stern and Rudder Frame for no. 478, Lord Byron, 10 September 1914 1914, Profile and Deck Plans for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Plan of Midship Section for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Letter from Thomas Field, Lloyd's Register Newcastle, to the Secretary, London, forwarding first entry report on turbines removed from Vespasian to be fitted to no. 478 [Lord Byron], 30 August 1916 1916, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee, submitting Lord Byron is eligible to be classed +100A1, 1 March 1917 1917, Letter from L C Davis, Lloyd's Register Sunderland, to the Secretary, London, stating that there is a continuous liner fitted on the screw shaft of Lord Byron that he omitted in his report, 3 March 1917 1917, First Entry Report for the Steel Steamer Lord Byron, 26 February 1917 1917, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons and Upwards for Lord Byron, 20 January 1917 1917, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Report on Machinery for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Memo noting that the engines for Lord Byron came from Vespasian, and have been overhauled and examined, 2 March 1917 1917, Memo noting there is a continuous liner fitted to the screw shaft of Lord Byron but no mention of it in the report, the Sunderland surveyors should be asked to clarify, 2 March 1917 1917, Report on Boilers for Lord Byron, 17 February 1917 1917, Letter from R Doxford, William Doxford & Sons, to Lloyd's Register Sunderland, stating they have no information regarding the electric lighting installation to Lord Byron as this was a direct order from the owners in London, 20 April 1917 1917, Report on Surveys for Freeboard for Nicolaos G Culucundis, 10 January 1933 1933, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to Lloyd's Register London, thank you for informing us that you are having the class of Nicolaos G Culucundis deleted from the Register Book, 16 April 1946 1946, Memorandum noting that on Friday 12 April the Classing Committee gave instructions for the deletion of class for Nicolaos G Culucundis, this decision is now submitted for confirmation, 16 April 1946 1946, Copy of letter from the Clerk to the Classification Committee to Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited, in light of the owners fore-going the Nicolaos G Culucundis's class given its trade route between Black Sea and Mediterranean, the vessel's class will be de 1946, Remarks for the Chief Ship Surveyor and Chief Engineer Surveyor regarding dis-classing Nicolaos G Culucundis, 11 April 1946 1946, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to the Secretary, Lloyd's Register London, informing them of the decision of the owners of Nicolaos G Culucundis to forego her ocean-going class, 10 April 1946 1946, Report of Survey for Repairs for Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 12 April 1946 1946, Letter from the Secretary to American Steamship Lines Agency regarding the indicated horse power of the engine of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 4 February 1948 1948, Letter from W Prosser, American Steamship Lines, to Lloyd's Register London, enquiring as to the indicated horse power of the engines of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 2 February 1948 1948, Memorandum stating that as Registro Italiano is a recognised Classification Society and the ship has been examined by an American Bureau surveyor, it is reasonable to issue Panamanian Load Line Certificates for Lago Azul; further certificates cannot be is 1950, Memorandum covering Lago Azul's history, including her de-classification, her surveys by other Classification Societies, and method of getting her re-Classed with Lloyd's Register; Mr Bennett to be advised of the particulars, 15 December 1950 1950, Airmail letter from W Bennett, Principal Surveyor Lloyd's Register New York, to the Secretary, London, regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul, and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 19 1950, Copy of letter from the Surveyors in New York regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 1950, received 11 December 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Copy of air letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register London, to Wm Bennett, New York, regarding requirements for reinstating the Lago Azul in class with Lloyd's Register, 4 January 1951 1951 )

Location where a vessel’s survey was undertaken.

Location of Survey

Newcastle upon Tyne; Newcastle ( Letter from Thomas Field, Lloyd's Register Newcastle, to the Secretary, London, forwarding first entry report on turbines removed from Vespasian to be fitted to no. 478 [Lord Byron], 30 August 1916 1916, Report on Machinery for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917 )

Sunderland ( Letter from L C Davis, Lloyd's Register Sunderland, to the Secretary, London, stating that there is a continuous liner fitted on the screw shaft of Lord Byron that he omitted in his report, 3 March 1917 1917, First Entry Report for the Steel Steamer Lord Byron, 26 February 1917 1917, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Report on Boilers for Lord Byron, 17 February 1917 1917 )

Barcelona ( Report on Surveys for Freeboard for Nicolaos G Culucundis, 10 January 1933 1933 )

London ( Copy of letter from the Clerk to the Classification Committee to Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited, in light of the owners fore-going the Nicolaos G Culucundis's class given its trade route between Black Sea and Mediterranean, the vessel's class will be de 1946, Copy of air letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register London, to Wm Bennett, New York, regarding requirements for reinstating the Lago Azul in class with Lloyd's Register, 4 January 1951 1951 )

New York ( Airmail letter from W Bennett, Principal Surveyor Lloyd's Register New York, to the Secretary, London, regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul, and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 19 1950, Copy of letter from the Surveyors in New York regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 1950, received 11 December 1950 1950 )

New Orleans ( Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950 )

A ship’s total internal capacity of a ship measured in register tons from the top of the floors to the tonnage deck.

Prescribed by flag/registration authorities, and usually excludes a small part of the stern. It is measured from the foreside of the stern at the extreme top to the afterside of the stern post.

Measurement from the underside of the upper deck on the centre line to the upper side of the bottom plating.

The country, at the time of writing, where a vessel’s engines were constructed.

Country of engine build

United Kingdom ( Report on Machinery for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917 )

Used to indicate the capability of early reciprocating steam engines, based on dimensions rather than performance. It is not a true indication of actual engine power.

The year in which a vessel’s construction is completed.

Year of ship completion

1917 ( Plan of Stern and Rudder Frame for no. 478, Lord Byron, 10 September 1914 1914, Profile and Deck Plans for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Plan of Midship Section for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Letter from Thomas Field, Lloyd's Register Newcastle, to the Secretary, London, forwarding first entry report on turbines removed from Vespasian to be fitted to no. 478 [Lord Byron], 30 August 1916 1916, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee, submitting Lord Byron is eligible to be classed +100A1, 1 March 1917 1917, Letter from L C Davis, Lloyd's Register Sunderland, to the Secretary, London, stating that there is a continuous liner fitted on the screw shaft of Lord Byron that he omitted in his report, 3 March 1917 1917, First Entry Report for the Steel Steamer Lord Byron, 26 February 1917 1917, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons and Upwards for Lord Byron, 20 January 1917 1917, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Report on Machinery for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Memo noting that the engines for Lord Byron came from Vespasian, and have been overhauled and examined, 2 March 1917 1917, Memo noting there is a continuous liner fitted to the screw shaft of Lord Byron but no mention of it in the report, the Sunderland surveyors should be asked to clarify, 2 March 1917 1917, Report on Boilers for Lord Byron, 17 February 1917 1917, Letter from R Doxford, William Doxford & Sons, to Lloyd's Register Sunderland, stating they have no information regarding the electric lighting installation to Lord Byron as this was a direct order from the owners in London, 20 April 1917 1917, Report on Surveys for Freeboard for Nicolaos G Culucundis, 10 January 1933 1933, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to Lloyd's Register London, thank you for informing us that you are having the class of Nicolaos G Culucundis deleted from the Register Book, 16 April 1946 1946, Memorandum noting that on Friday 12 April the Classing Committee gave instructions for the deletion of class for Nicolaos G Culucundis, this decision is now submitted for confirmation, 16 April 1946 1946, Copy of letter from the Clerk to the Classification Committee to Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited, in light of the owners fore-going the Nicolaos G Culucundis's class given its trade route between Black Sea and Mediterranean, the vessel's class will be de 1946, Remarks for the Chief Ship Surveyor and Chief Engineer Surveyor regarding dis-classing Nicolaos G Culucundis, 11 April 1946 1946, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to the Secretary, Lloyd's Register London, informing them of the decision of the owners of Nicolaos G Culucundis to forego her ocean-going class, 10 April 1946 1946, Report of Survey for Repairs for Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 12 April 1946 1946, Letter from the Secretary to American Steamship Lines Agency regarding the indicated horse power of the engine of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 4 February 1948 1948, Letter from W Prosser, American Steamship Lines, to Lloyd's Register London, enquiring as to the indicated horse power of the engines of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 2 February 1948 1948, Memorandum stating that as Registro Italiano is a recognised Classification Society and the ship has been examined by an American Bureau surveyor, it is reasonable to issue Panamanian Load Line Certificates for Lago Azul; further certificates cannot be is 1950, Memorandum covering Lago Azul's history, including her de-classification, her surveys by other Classification Societies, and method of getting her re-Classed with Lloyd's Register; Mr Bennett to be advised of the particulars, 15 December 1950 1950, Airmail letter from W Bennett, Principal Surveyor Lloyd's Register New York, to the Secretary, London, regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul, and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 19 1950, Copy of letter from the Surveyors in New York regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 1950, received 11 December 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Copy of air letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register London, to Wm Bennett, New York, regarding requirements for reinstating the Lago Azul in class with Lloyd's Register, 4 January 1951 1951 )

The individual and/or organisation listed as having been responsible for constructing the vessel. This can/may be the same as the owner and/or manager.

Shipbuilder

William Doxford & Sons Ltd ( Plan of Stern and Rudder Frame for no. 478, Lord Byron, 10 September 1914 1914, Profile and Deck Plans for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Plan of Midship Section for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Letter from Thomas Field, Lloyd's Register Newcastle, to the Secretary, London, forwarding first entry report on turbines removed from Vespasian to be fitted to no. 478 [Lord Byron], 30 August 1916 1916, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee, submitting Lord Byron is eligible to be classed +100A1, 1 March 1917 1917, Letter from L C Davis, Lloyd's Register Sunderland, to the Secretary, London, stating that there is a continuous liner fitted on the screw shaft of Lord Byron that he omitted in his report, 3 March 1917 1917, First Entry Report for the Steel Steamer Lord Byron, 26 February 1917 1917, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons and Upwards for Lord Byron, 20 January 1917 1917, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Report on Machinery for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Memo noting that the engines for Lord Byron came from Vespasian, and have been overhauled and examined, 2 March 1917 1917, Memo noting there is a continuous liner fitted to the screw shaft of Lord Byron but no mention of it in the report, the Sunderland surveyors should be asked to clarify, 2 March 1917 1917, Report on Boilers for Lord Byron, 17 February 1917 1917, Letter from R Doxford, William Doxford & Sons, to Lloyd's Register Sunderland, stating they have no information regarding the electric lighting installation to Lord Byron as this was a direct order from the owners in London, 20 April 1917 1917, Report on Surveys for Freeboard for Nicolaos G Culucundis, 10 January 1933 1933, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to Lloyd's Register London, thank you for informing us that you are having the class of Nicolaos G Culucundis deleted from the Register Book, 16 April 1946 1946, Memorandum noting that on Friday 12 April the Classing Committee gave instructions for the deletion of class for Nicolaos G Culucundis, this decision is now submitted for confirmation, 16 April 1946 1946, Copy of letter from the Clerk to the Classification Committee to Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited, in light of the owners fore-going the Nicolaos G Culucundis's class given its trade route between Black Sea and Mediterranean, the vessel's class will be de 1946, Remarks for the Chief Ship Surveyor and Chief Engineer Surveyor regarding dis-classing Nicolaos G Culucundis, 11 April 1946 1946, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to the Secretary, Lloyd's Register London, informing them of the decision of the owners of Nicolaos G Culucundis to forego her ocean-going class, 10 April 1946 1946, Report of Survey for Repairs for Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 12 April 1946 1946, Letter from the Secretary to American Steamship Lines Agency regarding the indicated horse power of the engine of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 4 February 1948 1948, Letter from W Prosser, American Steamship Lines, to Lloyd's Register London, enquiring as to the indicated horse power of the engines of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 2 February 1948 1948, Memorandum stating that as Registro Italiano is a recognised Classification Society and the ship has been examined by an American Bureau surveyor, it is reasonable to issue Panamanian Load Line Certificates for Lago Azul; further certificates cannot be is 1950, Memorandum covering Lago Azul's history, including her de-classification, her surveys by other Classification Societies, and method of getting her re-Classed with Lloyd's Register; Mr Bennett to be advised of the particulars, 15 December 1950 1950, Airmail letter from W Bennett, Principal Surveyor Lloyd's Register New York, to the Secretary, London, regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul, and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 19 1950, Copy of letter from the Surveyors in New York regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 1950, received 11 December 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Copy of air letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register London, to Wm Bennett, New York, regarding requirements for reinstating the Lago Azul in class with Lloyd's Register, 4 January 1951 1951 )

The port or place in which the vessel’s construction took place, at the time of writing.

Place of build

Sunderland ( Plan of Stern and Rudder Frame for no. 478, Lord Byron, 10 September 1914 1914, Profile and Deck Plans for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Plan of Midship Section for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Letter from Thomas Field, Lloyd's Register Newcastle, to the Secretary, London, forwarding first entry report on turbines removed from Vespasian to be fitted to no. 478 [Lord Byron], 30 August 1916 1916, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee, submitting Lord Byron is eligible to be classed +100A1, 1 March 1917 1917, Letter from L C Davis, Lloyd's Register Sunderland, to the Secretary, London, stating that there is a continuous liner fitted on the screw shaft of Lord Byron that he omitted in his report, 3 March 1917 1917, First Entry Report for the Steel Steamer Lord Byron, 26 February 1917 1917, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons and Upwards for Lord Byron, 20 January 1917 1917, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Report on Machinery for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Memo noting that the engines for Lord Byron came from Vespasian, and have been overhauled and examined, 2 March 1917 1917, Memo noting there is a continuous liner fitted to the screw shaft of Lord Byron but no mention of it in the report, the Sunderland surveyors should be asked to clarify, 2 March 1917 1917, Report on Boilers for Lord Byron, 17 February 1917 1917, Letter from R Doxford, William Doxford & Sons, to Lloyd's Register Sunderland, stating they have no information regarding the electric lighting installation to Lord Byron as this was a direct order from the owners in London, 20 April 1917 1917, Report on Surveys for Freeboard for Nicolaos G Culucundis, 10 January 1933 1933, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to Lloyd's Register London, thank you for informing us that you are having the class of Nicolaos G Culucundis deleted from the Register Book, 16 April 1946 1946, Memorandum noting that on Friday 12 April the Classing Committee gave instructions for the deletion of class for Nicolaos G Culucundis, this decision is now submitted for confirmation, 16 April 1946 1946, Copy of letter from the Clerk to the Classification Committee to Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited, in light of the owners fore-going the Nicolaos G Culucundis's class given its trade route between Black Sea and Mediterranean, the vessel's class will be de 1946, Remarks for the Chief Ship Surveyor and Chief Engineer Surveyor regarding dis-classing Nicolaos G Culucundis, 11 April 1946 1946, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to the Secretary, Lloyd's Register London, informing them of the decision of the owners of Nicolaos G Culucundis to forego her ocean-going class, 10 April 1946 1946, Report of Survey for Repairs for Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 12 April 1946 1946, Letter from the Secretary to American Steamship Lines Agency regarding the indicated horse power of the engine of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 4 February 1948 1948, Letter from W Prosser, American Steamship Lines, to Lloyd's Register London, enquiring as to the indicated horse power of the engines of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 2 February 1948 1948, Memorandum stating that as Registro Italiano is a recognised Classification Society and the ship has been examined by an American Bureau surveyor, it is reasonable to issue Panamanian Load Line Certificates for Lago Azul; further certificates cannot be is 1950, Memorandum covering Lago Azul's history, including her de-classification, her surveys by other Classification Societies, and method of getting her re-Classed with Lloyd's Register; Mr Bennett to be advised of the particulars, 15 December 1950 1950, Airmail letter from W Bennett, Principal Surveyor Lloyd's Register New York, to the Secretary, London, regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul, and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 19 1950, Copy of letter from the Surveyors in New York regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 1950, received 11 December 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Copy of air letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register London, to Wm Bennett, New York, regarding requirements for reinstating the Lago Azul in class with Lloyd's Register, 4 January 1951 1951 )

The country (flag) that a vessel is registered to, at the time of writing.

Country of registration

United Kingdom ( Plan of Stern and Rudder Frame for no. 478, Lord Byron, 10 September 1914 1914, Profile and Deck Plans for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Plan of Midship Section for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Letter from Thomas Field, Lloyd's Register Newcastle, to the Secretary, London, forwarding first entry report on turbines removed from Vespasian to be fitted to no. 478 [Lord Byron], 30 August 1916 1916, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee, submitting Lord Byron is eligible to be classed +100A1, 1 March 1917 1917, Letter from L C Davis, Lloyd's Register Sunderland, to the Secretary, London, stating that there is a continuous liner fitted on the screw shaft of Lord Byron that he omitted in his report, 3 March 1917 1917, First Entry Report for the Steel Steamer Lord Byron, 26 February 1917 1917, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons and Upwards for Lord Byron, 20 January 1917 1917, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Report on Machinery for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Memo noting that the engines for Lord Byron came from Vespasian, and have been overhauled and examined, 2 March 1917 1917, Memo noting there is a continuous liner fitted to the screw shaft of Lord Byron but no mention of it in the report, the Sunderland surveyors should be asked to clarify, 2 March 1917 1917, Report on Boilers for Lord Byron, 17 February 1917 1917, Letter from R Doxford, William Doxford & Sons, to Lloyd's Register Sunderland, stating they have no information regarding the electric lighting installation to Lord Byron as this was a direct order from the owners in London, 20 April 1917 1917 )

Greece ( Report on Surveys for Freeboard for Nicolaos G Culucundis, 10 January 1933 1933, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to Lloyd's Register London, thank you for informing us that you are having the class of Nicolaos G Culucundis deleted from the Register Book, 16 April 1946 1946, Memorandum noting that on Friday 12 April the Classing Committee gave instructions for the deletion of class for Nicolaos G Culucundis, this decision is now submitted for confirmation, 16 April 1946 1946, Copy of letter from the Clerk to the Classification Committee to Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited, in light of the owners fore-going the Nicolaos G Culucundis's class given its trade route between Black Sea and Mediterranean, the vessel's class will be de 1946, Remarks for the Chief Ship Surveyor and Chief Engineer Surveyor regarding dis-classing Nicolaos G Culucundis, 11 April 1946 1946, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to the Secretary, Lloyd's Register London, informing them of the decision of the owners of Nicolaos G Culucundis to forego her ocean-going class, 10 April 1946 1946, Report of Survey for Repairs for Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 12 April 1946 1946 )

Panama ( Letter from the Secretary to American Steamship Lines Agency regarding the indicated horse power of the engine of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 4 February 1948 1948, Letter from W Prosser, American Steamship Lines, to Lloyd's Register London, enquiring as to the indicated horse power of the engines of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 2 February 1948 1948, Memorandum stating that as Registro Italiano is a recognised Classification Society and the ship has been examined by an American Bureau surveyor, it is reasonable to issue Panamanian Load Line Certificates for Lago Azul; further certificates cannot be is 1950, Memorandum covering Lago Azul's history, including her de-classification, her surveys by other Classification Societies, and method of getting her re-Classed with Lloyd's Register; Mr Bennett to be advised of the particulars, 15 December 1950 1950, Airmail letter from W Bennett, Principal Surveyor Lloyd's Register New York, to the Secretary, London, regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul, and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 19 1950, Copy of letter from the Surveyors in New York regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 1950, received 11 December 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Copy of air letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register London, to Wm Bennett, New York, regarding requirements for reinstating the Lago Azul in class with Lloyd's Register, 4 January 1951 1951 )

The individual and/or organisation listed

Ship owner

Byron Steamship Co Ltd ( Plan of Stern and Rudder Frame for no. 478, Lord Byron, 10 September 1914 1914, Profile and Deck Plans for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Plan of Midship Section for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Letter from Thomas Field, Lloyd's Register Newcastle, to the Secretary, London, forwarding first entry report on turbines removed from Vespasian to be fitted to no. 478 [Lord Byron], 30 August 1916 1916, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee, submitting Lord Byron is eligible to be classed +100A1, 1 March 1917 1917, Letter from L C Davis, Lloyd's Register Sunderland, to the Secretary, London, stating that there is a continuous liner fitted on the screw shaft of Lord Byron that he omitted in his report, 3 March 1917 1917, First Entry Report for the Steel Steamer Lord Byron, 26 February 1917 1917, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons and Upwards for Lord Byron, 20 January 1917 1917, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Report on Machinery for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Memo noting that the engines for Lord Byron came from Vespasian, and have been overhauled and examined, 2 March 1917 1917, Memo noting there is a continuous liner fitted to the screw shaft of Lord Byron but no mention of it in the report, the Sunderland surveyors should be asked to clarify, 2 March 1917 1917, Report on Boilers for Lord Byron, 17 February 1917 1917, Letter from R Doxford, William Doxford & Sons, to Lloyd's Register Sunderland, stating they have no information regarding the electric lighting installation to Lord Byron as this was a direct order from the owners in London, 20 April 1917 1917 )

Atlanticos S S Co Ltd ( Report on Surveys for Freeboard for Nicolaos G Culucundis, 10 January 1933 1933, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to Lloyd's Register London, thank you for informing us that you are having the class of Nicolaos G Culucundis deleted from the Register Book, 16 April 1946 1946, Memorandum noting that on Friday 12 April the Classing Committee gave instructions for the deletion of class for Nicolaos G Culucundis, this decision is now submitted for confirmation, 16 April 1946 1946, Copy of letter from the Clerk to the Classification Committee to Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited, in light of the owners fore-going the Nicolaos G Culucundis's class given its trade route between Black Sea and Mediterranean, the vessel's class will be de 1946, Remarks for the Chief Ship Surveyor and Chief Engineer Surveyor regarding dis-classing Nicolaos G Culucundis, 11 April 1946 1946, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to the Secretary, Lloyd's Register London, informing them of the decision of the owners of Nicolaos G Culucundis to forego her ocean-going class, 10 April 1946 1946, Report of Survey for Repairs for Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 12 April 1946 1946 )

Cia De Nav Incres ( Letter from the Secretary to American Steamship Lines Agency regarding the indicated horse power of the engine of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 4 February 1948 1948, Letter from W Prosser, American Steamship Lines, to Lloyd's Register London, enquiring as to the indicated horse power of the engines of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 2 February 1948 1948, Memorandum stating that as Registro Italiano is a recognised Classification Society and the ship has been examined by an American Bureau surveyor, it is reasonable to issue Panamanian Load Line Certificates for Lago Azul; further certificates cannot be is 1950, Memorandum covering Lago Azul's history, including her de-classification, her surveys by other Classification Societies, and method of getting her re-Classed with Lloyd's Register; Mr Bennett to be advised of the particulars, 15 December 1950 1950, Airmail letter from W Bennett, Principal Surveyor Lloyd's Register New York, to the Secretary, London, regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul, and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 19 1950, Copy of letter from the Surveyors in New York regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 1950, received 11 December 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Copy of air letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register London, to Wm Bennett, New York, regarding requirements for reinstating the Lago Azul in class with Lloyd's Register, 4 January 1951 1951 )

A vessel’s means of propulsion.

Propulsion

Steam ( Plan of Stern and Rudder Frame for no. 478, Lord Byron, 10 September 1914 1914, Profile and Deck Plans for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Plan of Midship Section for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Letter from Thomas Field, Lloyd's Register Newcastle, to the Secretary, London, forwarding first entry report on turbines removed from Vespasian to be fitted to no. 478 [Lord Byron], 30 August 1916 1916, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee, submitting Lord Byron is eligible to be classed +100A1, 1 March 1917 1917, Letter from L C Davis, Lloyd's Register Sunderland, to the Secretary, London, stating that there is a continuous liner fitted on the screw shaft of Lord Byron that he omitted in his report, 3 March 1917 1917, First Entry Report for the Steel Steamer Lord Byron, 26 February 1917 1917, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons and Upwards for Lord Byron, 20 January 1917 1917, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Report on Machinery for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Memo noting that the engines for Lord Byron came from Vespasian, and have been overhauled and examined, 2 March 1917 1917, Memo noting there is a continuous liner fitted to the screw shaft of Lord Byron but no mention of it in the report, the Sunderland surveyors should be asked to clarify, 2 March 1917 1917, Report on Boilers for Lord Byron, 17 February 1917 1917, Letter from R Doxford, William Doxford & Sons, to Lloyd's Register Sunderland, stating they have no information regarding the electric lighting installation to Lord Byron as this was a direct order from the owners in London, 20 April 1917 1917, Report on Surveys for Freeboard for Nicolaos G Culucundis, 10 January 1933 1933, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to Lloyd's Register London, thank you for informing us that you are having the class of Nicolaos G Culucundis deleted from the Register Book, 16 April 1946 1946, Memorandum noting that on Friday 12 April the Classing Committee gave instructions for the deletion of class for Nicolaos G Culucundis, this decision is now submitted for confirmation, 16 April 1946 1946, Copy of letter from the Clerk to the Classification Committee to Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited, in light of the owners fore-going the Nicolaos G Culucundis's class given its trade route between Black Sea and Mediterranean, the vessel's class will be de 1946, Remarks for the Chief Ship Surveyor and Chief Engineer Surveyor regarding dis-classing Nicolaos G Culucundis, 11 April 1946 1946, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to the Secretary, Lloyd's Register London, informing them of the decision of the owners of Nicolaos G Culucundis to forego her ocean-going class, 10 April 1946 1946, Report of Survey for Repairs for Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 12 April 1946 1946, Letter from the Secretary to American Steamship Lines Agency regarding the indicated horse power of the engine of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 4 February 1948 1948, Letter from W Prosser, American Steamship Lines, to Lloyd's Register London, enquiring as to the indicated horse power of the engines of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 2 February 1948 1948, Memorandum stating that as Registro Italiano is a recognised Classification Society and the ship has been examined by an American Bureau surveyor, it is reasonable to issue Panamanian Load Line Certificates for Lago Azul; further certificates cannot be is 1950, Memorandum covering Lago Azul's history, including her de-classification, her surveys by other Classification Societies, and method of getting her re-Classed with Lloyd's Register; Mr Bennett to be advised of the particulars, 15 December 1950 1950, Airmail letter from W Bennett, Principal Surveyor Lloyd's Register New York, to the Secretary, London, regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul, and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 19 1950, Copy of letter from the Surveyors in New York regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 1950, received 11 December 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Copy of air letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register London, to Wm Bennett, New York, regarding requirements for reinstating the Lago Azul in class with Lloyd's Register, 4 January 1951 1951 )

Is the steamer assisted by sail?

Sail assisted steamer

No ( Plan of Stern and Rudder Frame for no. 478, Lord Byron, 10 September 1914 1914, Profile and Deck Plans for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Plan of Midship Section for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Letter from Thomas Field, Lloyd's Register Newcastle, to the Secretary, London, forwarding first entry report on turbines removed from Vespasian to be fitted to no. 478 [Lord Byron], 30 August 1916 1916, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee, submitting Lord Byron is eligible to be classed +100A1, 1 March 1917 1917, Letter from L C Davis, Lloyd's Register Sunderland, to the Secretary, London, stating that there is a continuous liner fitted on the screw shaft of Lord Byron that he omitted in his report, 3 March 1917 1917, First Entry Report for the Steel Steamer Lord Byron, 26 February 1917 1917, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons and Upwards for Lord Byron, 20 January 1917 1917, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Report on Machinery for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Memo noting that the engines for Lord Byron came from Vespasian, and have been overhauled and examined, 2 March 1917 1917, Memo noting there is a continuous liner fitted to the screw shaft of Lord Byron but no mention of it in the report, the Sunderland surveyors should be asked to clarify, 2 March 1917 1917, Report on Boilers for Lord Byron, 17 February 1917 1917, Letter from R Doxford, William Doxford & Sons, to Lloyd's Register Sunderland, stating they have no information regarding the electric lighting installation to Lord Byron as this was a direct order from the owners in London, 20 April 1917 1917, Report on Surveys for Freeboard for Nicolaos G Culucundis, 10 January 1933 1933, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to Lloyd's Register London, thank you for informing us that you are having the class of Nicolaos G Culucundis deleted from the Register Book, 16 April 1946 1946, Memorandum noting that on Friday 12 April the Classing Committee gave instructions for the deletion of class for Nicolaos G Culucundis, this decision is now submitted for confirmation, 16 April 1946 1946, Copy of letter from the Clerk to the Classification Committee to Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited, in light of the owners fore-going the Nicolaos G Culucundis's class given its trade route between Black Sea and Mediterranean, the vessel's class will be de 1946, Remarks for the Chief Ship Surveyor and Chief Engineer Surveyor regarding dis-classing Nicolaos G Culucundis, 11 April 1946 1946, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to the Secretary, Lloyd's Register London, informing them of the decision of the owners of Nicolaos G Culucundis to forego her ocean-going class, 10 April 1946 1946, Report of Survey for Repairs for Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 12 April 1946 1946, Letter from the Secretary to American Steamship Lines Agency regarding the indicated horse power of the engine of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 4 February 1948 1948, Letter from W Prosser, American Steamship Lines, to Lloyd's Register London, enquiring as to the indicated horse power of the engines of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 2 February 1948 1948, Memorandum stating that as Registro Italiano is a recognised Classification Society and the ship has been examined by an American Bureau surveyor, it is reasonable to issue Panamanian Load Line Certificates for Lago Azul; further certificates cannot be is 1950, Memorandum covering Lago Azul's history, including her de-classification, her surveys by other Classification Societies, and method of getting her re-Classed with Lloyd's Register; Mr Bennett to be advised of the particulars, 15 December 1950 1950, Airmail letter from W Bennett, Principal Surveyor Lloyd's Register New York, to the Secretary, London, regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul, and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 19 1950, Copy of letter from the Surveyors in New York regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 1950, received 11 December 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Copy of air letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register London, to Wm Bennett, New York, regarding requirements for reinstating the Lago Azul in class with Lloyd's Register, 4 January 1951 1951 )

Confirmation as to whether the vessel was equipped with refrigeration machinery to aid in the transport of frozen or chilled cargo/goods.

Refrigeration machinery fitted for cargo purposes?

No ( Plan of Stern and Rudder Frame for no. 478, Lord Byron, 10 September 1914 1914, Profile and Deck Plans for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Plan of Midship Section for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Letter from Thomas Field, Lloyd's Register Newcastle, to the Secretary, London, forwarding first entry report on turbines removed from Vespasian to be fitted to no. 478 [Lord Byron], 30 August 1916 1916, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee, submitting Lord Byron is eligible to be classed +100A1, 1 March 1917 1917, Letter from L C Davis, Lloyd's Register Sunderland, to the Secretary, London, stating that there is a continuous liner fitted on the screw shaft of Lord Byron that he omitted in his report, 3 March 1917 1917, First Entry Report for the Steel Steamer Lord Byron, 26 February 1917 1917, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons and Upwards for Lord Byron, 20 January 1917 1917, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Report on Machinery for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Memo noting that the engines for Lord Byron came from Vespasian, and have been overhauled and examined, 2 March 1917 1917, Memo noting there is a continuous liner fitted to the screw shaft of Lord Byron but no mention of it in the report, the Sunderland surveyors should be asked to clarify, 2 March 1917 1917, Report on Boilers for Lord Byron, 17 February 1917 1917, Letter from R Doxford, William Doxford & Sons, to Lloyd's Register Sunderland, stating they have no information regarding the electric lighting installation to Lord Byron as this was a direct order from the owners in London, 20 April 1917 1917, Report on Surveys for Freeboard for Nicolaos G Culucundis, 10 January 1933 1933, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to Lloyd's Register London, thank you for informing us that you are having the class of Nicolaos G Culucundis deleted from the Register Book, 16 April 1946 1946, Memorandum noting that on Friday 12 April the Classing Committee gave instructions for the deletion of class for Nicolaos G Culucundis, this decision is now submitted for confirmation, 16 April 1946 1946, Copy of letter from the Clerk to the Classification Committee to Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited, in light of the owners fore-going the Nicolaos G Culucundis's class given its trade route between Black Sea and Mediterranean, the vessel's class will be de 1946, Remarks for the Chief Ship Surveyor and Chief Engineer Surveyor regarding dis-classing Nicolaos G Culucundis, 11 April 1946 1946, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to the Secretary, Lloyd's Register London, informing them of the decision of the owners of Nicolaos G Culucundis to forego her ocean-going class, 10 April 1946 1946, Report of Survey for Repairs for Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 12 April 1946 1946, Letter from the Secretary to American Steamship Lines Agency regarding the indicated horse power of the engine of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 4 February 1948 1948, Letter from W Prosser, American Steamship Lines, to Lloyd's Register London, enquiring as to the indicated horse power of the engines of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 2 February 1948 1948, Memorandum stating that as Registro Italiano is a recognised Classification Society and the ship has been examined by an American Bureau surveyor, it is reasonable to issue Panamanian Load Line Certificates for Lago Azul; further certificates cannot be is 1950, Memorandum covering Lago Azul's history, including her de-classification, her surveys by other Classification Societies, and method of getting her re-Classed with Lloyd's Register; Mr Bennett to be advised of the particulars, 15 December 1950 1950, Airmail letter from W Bennett, Principal Surveyor Lloyd's Register New York, to the Secretary, London, regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul, and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 19 1950, Copy of letter from the Surveyors in New York regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 1950, received 11 December 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Copy of air letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register London, to Wm Bennett, New York, regarding requirements for reinstating the Lago Azul in class with Lloyd's Register, 4 January 1951 1951 )

Does the vessel possess an auxiliary power source?

Auxillary

No ( Plan of Stern and Rudder Frame for no. 478, Lord Byron, 10 September 1914 1914, Profile and Deck Plans for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Plan of Midship Section for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Letter from Thomas Field, Lloyd's Register Newcastle, to the Secretary, London, forwarding first entry report on turbines removed from Vespasian to be fitted to no. 478 [Lord Byron], 30 August 1916 1916, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee, submitting Lord Byron is eligible to be classed +100A1, 1 March 1917 1917, Letter from L C Davis, Lloyd's Register Sunderland, to the Secretary, London, stating that there is a continuous liner fitted on the screw shaft of Lord Byron that he omitted in his report, 3 March 1917 1917, First Entry Report for the Steel Steamer Lord Byron, 26 February 1917 1917, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons and Upwards for Lord Byron, 20 January 1917 1917, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Report on Machinery for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Memo noting that the engines for Lord Byron came from Vespasian, and have been overhauled and examined, 2 March 1917 1917, Memo noting there is a continuous liner fitted to the screw shaft of Lord Byron but no mention of it in the report, the Sunderland surveyors should be asked to clarify, 2 March 1917 1917, Report on Boilers for Lord Byron, 17 February 1917 1917, Letter from R Doxford, William Doxford & Sons, to Lloyd's Register Sunderland, stating they have no information regarding the electric lighting installation to Lord Byron as this was a direct order from the owners in London, 20 April 1917 1917, Report on Surveys for Freeboard for Nicolaos G Culucundis, 10 January 1933 1933, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to Lloyd's Register London, thank you for informing us that you are having the class of Nicolaos G Culucundis deleted from the Register Book, 16 April 1946 1946, Memorandum noting that on Friday 12 April the Classing Committee gave instructions for the deletion of class for Nicolaos G Culucundis, this decision is now submitted for confirmation, 16 April 1946 1946, Copy of letter from the Clerk to the Classification Committee to Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited, in light of the owners fore-going the Nicolaos G Culucundis's class given its trade route between Black Sea and Mediterranean, the vessel's class will be de 1946, Remarks for the Chief Ship Surveyor and Chief Engineer Surveyor regarding dis-classing Nicolaos G Culucundis, 11 April 1946 1946, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to the Secretary, Lloyd's Register London, informing them of the decision of the owners of Nicolaos G Culucundis to forego her ocean-going class, 10 April 1946 1946, Report of Survey for Repairs for Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 12 April 1946 1946, Letter from the Secretary to American Steamship Lines Agency regarding the indicated horse power of the engine of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 4 February 1948 1948, Letter from W Prosser, American Steamship Lines, to Lloyd's Register London, enquiring as to the indicated horse power of the engines of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 2 February 1948 1948, Memorandum stating that as Registro Italiano is a recognised Classification Society and the ship has been examined by an American Bureau surveyor, it is reasonable to issue Panamanian Load Line Certificates for Lago Azul; further certificates cannot be is 1950, Memorandum covering Lago Azul's history, including her de-classification, her surveys by other Classification Societies, and method of getting her re-Classed with Lloyd's Register; Mr Bennett to be advised of the particulars, 15 December 1950 1950, Airmail letter from W Bennett, Principal Surveyor Lloyd's Register New York, to the Secretary, London, regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul, and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 19 1950, Copy of letter from the Surveyors in New York regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 1950, received 11 December 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Copy of air letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register London, to Wm Bennett, New York, regarding requirements for reinstating the Lago Azul in class with Lloyd's Register, 4 January 1951 1951 )

Is electric lighting fitted to the vessel?

Electric light fitted?

No ( Plan of Stern and Rudder Frame for no. 478, Lord Byron, 10 September 1914 1914, Profile and Deck Plans for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Plan of Midship Section for no. 478, Lord Byron, 11 September 1914 1914, Letter from Thomas Field, Lloyd's Register Newcastle, to the Secretary, London, forwarding first entry report on turbines removed from Vespasian to be fitted to no. 478 [Lord Byron], 30 August 1916 1916, Remarks of the Chief Ship Surveyor to the Classing Committee, submitting Lord Byron is eligible to be classed +100A1, 1 March 1917 1917, Letter from L C Davis, Lloyd's Register Sunderland, to the Secretary, London, stating that there is a continuous liner fitted on the screw shaft of Lord Byron that he omitted in his report, 3 March 1917 1917, First Entry Report for the Steel Steamer Lord Byron, 26 February 1917 1917, Form for Vessels of 100 Tons and Upwards for Lord Byron, 20 January 1917 1917, Report on Electric Lighting Installation for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Report on Machinery for Lord Byron, 16 February 1917 1917, Memo noting that the engines for Lord Byron came from Vespasian, and have been overhauled and examined, 2 March 1917 1917, Memo noting there is a continuous liner fitted to the screw shaft of Lord Byron but no mention of it in the report, the Sunderland surveyors should be asked to clarify, 2 March 1917 1917, Report on Boilers for Lord Byron, 17 February 1917 1917, Letter from R Doxford, William Doxford & Sons, to Lloyd's Register Sunderland, stating they have no information regarding the electric lighting installation to Lord Byron as this was a direct order from the owners in London, 20 April 1917 1917, Report on Surveys for Freeboard for Nicolaos G Culucundis, 10 January 1933 1933, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to Lloyd's Register London, thank you for informing us that you are having the class of Nicolaos G Culucundis deleted from the Register Book, 16 April 1946 1946, Memorandum noting that on Friday 12 April the Classing Committee gave instructions for the deletion of class for Nicolaos G Culucundis, this decision is now submitted for confirmation, 16 April 1946 1946, Copy of letter from the Clerk to the Classification Committee to Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited, in light of the owners fore-going the Nicolaos G Culucundis's class given its trade route between Black Sea and Mediterranean, the vessel's class will be de 1946, Remarks for the Chief Ship Surveyor and Chief Engineer Surveyor regarding dis-classing Nicolaos G Culucundis, 11 April 1946 1946, Letter from J Pandelides of Rethymnis and Kulukundis Limited to the Secretary, Lloyd's Register London, informing them of the decision of the owners of Nicolaos G Culucundis to forego her ocean-going class, 10 April 1946 1946, Report of Survey for Repairs for Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 12 April 1946 1946, Letter from the Secretary to American Steamship Lines Agency regarding the indicated horse power of the engine of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 4 February 1948 1948, Letter from W Prosser, American Steamship Lines, to Lloyd's Register London, enquiring as to the indicated horse power of the engines of Lago Azul, ex Nicolaos G Culucundis, 2 February 1948 1948, Memorandum stating that as Registro Italiano is a recognised Classification Society and the ship has been examined by an American Bureau surveyor, it is reasonable to issue Panamanian Load Line Certificates for Lago Azul; further certificates cannot be is 1950, Memorandum covering Lago Azul's history, including her de-classification, her surveys by other Classification Societies, and method of getting her re-Classed with Lloyd's Register; Mr Bennett to be advised of the particulars, 15 December 1950 1950, Airmail letter from W Bennett, Principal Surveyor Lloyd's Register New York, to the Secretary, London, regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul, and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 19 1950, Copy of letter from the Surveyors in New York regarding issuing a Panamanian Loadlines Certificate for Lago Azul and addressing the question of reclassing the vessel with the Society, 8 December 1950, received 11 December 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Document certifying that the underwater parts of the hull and machinery of Lago Azul were examined by a surveyor to the American Bureau of Shipping, 12 October 1950 1950, Copy of air letter from Clerk to the Classification Committee, Lloyd's Register London, to Wm Bennett, New York, regarding requirements for reinstating the Lago Azul in class with Lloyd's Register, 4 January 1951 1951 )

The name of the port/place of destination given.

Tonnage derived by deducting from the gross register tonnage the capacity that in unavailable for cargo, e.g. machinery space, fuel, crew accommodation etc.

Also referred to as extreme breadth. The distance from the extreme starboard side to the extreme port side.

Location of construction for a vessel’s engines.

Date in which construction of a vessel’s engines were completed.

The individual and/or organisation listed that is responsible for the everyday management of a ship. This may be the same as the owner.