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HMNZT Orari
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History
Name HMNZT Orari
Owner New Zealand Shipping Co. Ltd., Plymouth
Builder William Denny & Bros, Glasgow
Yard number 769
Launched 19 Jun 1906
In service 1906
Fate scrapped at Troon 1929
General characteristics
Type passenger / cargo
Tonnage 7,207 tons
Length 460.0 ft (140.21m)
Beam 60.2 ft (18.35m)
Depth 31.3 ft (9.53m)
Propulsion twin screw
Speed 14 knots (25.93 km/h)



Remarks

Built for Haycraft & Westray, and from 1908 owned by the New Zealand Shipping Company. In 1914 she carried the man body of New Zealand troops (as HMNZT 6) in the first convoy travelling from Wellington to Alexandria. From 1917 - 1919 she was requisitioned as a troop ship before in 1920 becoming a cadet training ship until 1927


Scrapped in Troon during 1927.

Soldiers carried

England to Fremantle 16 May - 20 June 1919