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    Shell Fitter

    Helderline Shell Tanker 'Shell Fitter'
    • Name: Shell Fitter
    • Ex name(s): Empire Coppice
    • Imo number: 1168764
    • Year of construction: 1943
    • Discarded in: 1964
    • Status: Sailing / Sailed for Shell-Mex & BP
    • Class: Coastal tanker
    • Tonnage: 1.220
    • Yard: A & J Inglis Shipbuilding Glasgow
    • Construction number: 1190
    • Flag: GB Great Britain
    • Callsign: MCQB
    • Owner: Shell Mex & BP Ltd. UK
    • Relations: 
    • Extra information: Completed 1943 as Empire Coppice for M.O.W.T. (Coastal Tankers). 1946 transfer to Anglo-Saxon. 1948 sold to Kuwait Oil and renamed Amin. 1952 sold to Shell-Mex & BP and renamed Shell Fitter. 1964 sold to Phillipoulos and renamed Aliki. 1968 sold to Marine Water Supply. 1969 scrapped Piraeus.

    Last modification: Monday 11th May 2015 at 20:46:47 

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    Shipmates on the Shell Tanker 'Shell Fitter'

    Name Role Period Details
    Glan Phillips 2nd mate 1955 - 1955

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