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(sisterships: SUN IV, SUN V)
Registered: LR25-26:34179 /LR35-36:15266 /LR43-44:14334 /LR47-48:14021 /LR50-51:77773 /LR56-57:79201 /LR60-61:81991
IMO 5344293 /(GBR)ON 139075 /(ITA)ON 977
200 GRT, 65 NRT, L35,51m(32,01), B7,80m, D3,36m (105.0'x25.5'x12.4' or 116'6"(105'0")x25'6"x12'3"(13'0"))
steel, 1 scr,T3cyl by shipbuilder, 80nhp-700ihp

1915: Built by "Earle's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co Ltd" at Hull (GBR) (YN 613)
1915 -xx/08: delivered to (Sun Tugs) "W.H.J. Alexander Ltd" at London (GBR)
(GBR flag, regd London, ON 139075, c/s JLQT)
1930: together with SUN XII towed the burning oil laden tanker 'Elkhound' away from the oil depot on the Thames
193x: (GBR flag, regd London, ON 139075, c/s MFXR)
1958 -xx/01: converted to oil firing (199 GRT, 0 NRT)
1966: To "Societa Rimorchiatori Napoletani SpA" at Napoli (ITA), renamed S. BENIGNO or SAN BENIGNO
(ITA flag, regd Napoli, ON 977, c/s IUSL, 197 GRT, 41 NRT)
1978: broken up at Napoli (ITA)

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