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Th. Dorgeist
Posted: October 17, 2009 10:14 pm
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Marină şi pe căile Registrul Comertului al statului România după 1945

În cei 50 de ani el a fost dat nişte nave din URSS pentru România pe şantierele navale Dunării, care anterior au fost în construcţie sau a trebuit să fi ridicate numai o singură dată.

Deşi navele au fost 700 la 800 de tone în Lloyds Register din nimic raffin Shipping.

I sînt privire pentru informaţii, atunci când primul român navelor Registrul este publicat în calitate de imprimare şi a urmat cohortele.

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Marine and inland trade register of the state Romania after 1945

In the 50 years he was given some ships from the USSR to Romania on the Danube shipyards which previously were under construction or had to be lifted only once.

Although the ships were 700 to 800 tons in Lloyds Register of Shipping raffin nothing.

I am looking for information when the first Romanian Ship Register is published as a print and followed the cohorts.

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Petre
Posted: October 18, 2009 06:17 am
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I think it is something like this :
Registrul Comertului Interior si Naval al Romaniei, dupa 1945.
In anii 50, URSS a transferat catre Romania, in santierele navale de la Dunare, cateva nave, unele inca in constructie, altele urmand a fi reparate.
Desi erau nave de 7-800 tone, ele nu apar in Lloyds Register of Shipping.
Ma intereseaza cand a fost publicat primul Registru al navelor romanesti si apoi urmatoarele.
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Theo


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Posted: October 18, 2009 05:30 pm
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From the article „Romanian Trading Fleet under soviet control” by Carmen Atanasiu, Dosarele Istoriei no.55 :
On 06.1945 was formed a joint company, Sovromtransport : Societatea de Navigatie Sovieto-Romana ( The Soviet-Roumanian Shipping Co.). Closed 1954.
Soviets brought only four old ships :
In 1949 „Plehanov”, 5200 to, built 1900 GB
In 1949 „Dimitrov”, 6096 to, buitt 1920 NL, renamed „Oltenia” 1962
In 1949 „Frederich Engels”, 5500 to, built 1930 Leningrad. Major repairs 3 years, renamed „Mamaia” 1962
In 1951 „Berezina”, 4849 to, built 1918. Major repairs, renamed „Eforie” 1962.
Romania brought its two remained maritime ships „Transilvania” and „Ardeal”, then built 1950 two ships in its shipyards : „Midia” and „Sulina” 600 to and bought 1950 two 600 to ships, „Constanta” (renamed „Tulcea” 1963) and „Mangalia” built Shipyard of Budapesta.
These data appear in Registrul Matricol al navelor (The Ships Register), at The Constanta Harbour Master (The National Archive Constanta)

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Posted: October 18, 2009 10:24 pm
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Thanks Petre,

I feel it only ships to the Black Unity (SME 1 to 12) which partially unfinished 1944/45
shipyards on the Danube were under construction when the war ended.
Then the ships were probably completed in 1947/50, and under the name Pecora, Irtys, Sukhona, Kolyma, Constanta, Mangalia under Romanian / and / or / Soviet flag is set in motion.

These figures come from the old masters, the Danube are already well dead for over 20 years, has unfortunately been
never found on these ships, and here I hope to find information.
The size of the vessels will probably have located 600 to 800 BRT.

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Posted: October 19, 2009 05:22 am
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The Ships "Midia" and "Eforie" (600 T) were under construction since 1942, it doesn't wrote where, and were completed in Turnu Severin and Braila Shipyards.
Sorry, no more info's.
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Posted: October 28, 2009 10:44 am
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SOVROMTRANSPORT also has included the romanian shipyards of Constantza, Braila and Turnu Severin. I found on NET for sale in Ucraina an oil barge 1,000 tonns, built 1949 in Braila.

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