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Hollandsche SM

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Hollandsche Stoomboot Maatschappij, Amsterdam

 

 

Name Tonnage Built Start End Note
Amstelstroom 843 1885 1885 1906  
Ijstroom 820 1879 1885 1897  
Ijstroom 960

1920:1027

1898 1898 1922  
Eemstroom 1053 1899 1899 1923  
Maasstroom 1034 1900 1900 1935  
Amstelstroom 1413 1910 1910 1917  
Berkelstroom 736 1915 1915 1916  
Lingestroom 1480 1917 1917 1936  
Drechtstroom 1717 1918 1918 1933  
Amstelstroom 1731 1919 1919 1934  
Berkelstroom 1324 1917 1919 1925  
Gouwestroom 1432 1918 1919 1934  
Hontestroom 1857 1920 1920 1943  
Merwestroom 1295 1919 1920 1923  
Kilstroom 1703

1924:2143

1928:1703

1922 1922 1933  
Amstelstroom 395 1936 1936 1948  
Eemstroom 400 1941

1941

1945

1941

1963

 
Berkelstroom 399 1946 1946 1958  
Congostroom 5165 1943 1946 1955  
Grebbestroom 748 1946 1946 1965  
Lingestroom 748 1947 1947 1965  
Amstelstroom 499 1950 1950 1965  
Ijstroom 499 1950 1950 1970  
Hontestroom 499 1957 1957 1969  
Liberiakust 4623 1960 1960 1964  
Berkelstroom 488 1962 1962 1974  
Amstelstroom 496 1967 1967 1974  

 

 

 

Holland West Afrika Lijn

 

Name Tonnage Built Start End Note
Jaarstroom 1718

1925:2300

1928:1718

1930:1976

1936:2487

1922 1922 1951  
Eemstroom 3598 1901 1925 1930  
Angolakust 3356 1955 1955 1964  
Guineekust 3349 1955 1955 1964  

 

 

 

 

 

Nigerstroom 1939 built by C. van der Giessen & Zonen, Krimpen aan den IJssel | 1957 renamed Ghanakust, in HWAL service, 01 October 1958 beached after collision with Spanish ms MONTE URBASA in Gironde and later declared total loss and scrapped. 4,638

Noordstroom 1917 built by Scheepswerf & Machinefabriek De Merwede, Hardinxveld Giessendam | 1925 sold to J.E. Murrell & Son, West Hartlepool, Great Britain not renamed, 1926 sold to A. Kirsten, Hamburg, Germany renamed Rhein, 1942 renamed Miranda, 08 July 1944 bombed and sunk by British aircraft in Elbe estuary. 738

Pro Patria 1972 built by J. Laing & Sons Ltd, Sunderland | ex- Columba built for Porteous & Senier, London 1899 purchased from Blacowens Steamship Company (Black, Cowen & Co.), London renamed Pro Patria, 1907 sold to A. Ferrentino, Livorno, Italy not renamed, 1910 sold to H. Klompus & Co., Libau renamed Baltic, 1911 scrapped at Stavanger. 1,034

Reggestroom 1923 built by Maatschappij Fijenoord, Rotterdam | In HWAL service, 09 July 1942 in the Channel near Portland while in convoy WP183 torpedoed and sunk by German Schnellboot S 50. 3,845

Rijnstroom (1) 1896 built by R. Thompson & Sons, Sunderland | 1899 remeasured 877gt, 1936 scrapped at Gent. 856

Rijnstroom (2) see Rynstroom (2)

Rynstroom (1) 1937 built by C. van der Giessen & Zonen, Krimpen aan den IJssel | 02 March 1940 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine U.17 in North Sea and lost with whole crew. 695

Rynstroom (2) 1942 built by C. van der Giessen & Zonen, Krimpen aan den IJssel | 1942 seized by Germans when completing at wharf and renamed Alster, 1945 reverted to owner renamed Rynstroom, 1958 renamed Rijnstroom, 1964 sold to Greece renamed Nafsika, 1979 scrapped at Piraeus. 708

Rynstroom (3) 1966 built by Arnhemsche Scheepsbouw Mij., Arnhem | 1974 transferred to Gebr. de Haas, 1975 sold to Vroon, Breskens renamed Car Express, 1976 lengthened 552gt, 1982 sold renamed Brahman Express, 1988 sold idem, 1996 sold to Philippines renamed Eaga Rapid Trader 1. 500

Scheldestroom (1) 1903 built by Rijkee & Co, Rotterdam | 1922 sold to W.H. van der Zee, Smyrna renamed Helka, 1925 sold to Türkiye Seyr-i-Sefain Idaresi, Istanbul, Turkey renamed Zonguldak, 1935 sold idem, 1938 sold idem, 1941 sold idem, 1942 sold idem, 1950 sold idem, 07 March 1954 foundered after collision in Black Sea. 1,188

Scheldestroom (2) 1906 built by Wm Hamilton & Co Ltd, Port Glasgow | ex- Banda, 1924 purchased from Stoomvaart Mij. Nederland (SMN) renamed Scheldestroom, in HWAL service, 1932 scrapped in Italy. 3,893

Spaarnestroom (1) 1920 built by Boele's Scheepswerven & Machinefabriek, Slikkerveer | 1925 sold to Burnside Steamship Co. ( J. Robert Balfour & Smail), Glasgow, Great Britain renamed Burnside remeasured 916gt, 05 February 1928 struck submerged object and foundered. 921

Spaarnestroom (2) 1941 built by Harland & Wolff Ltd, Belfast | ex- Empire Deep built for British Ministry of War Transport (MOWT), ex- Starkenborgh 1942, 1947 purchased from Dutch Government renamed Spaarnestroom, 1961 sold to Greece renamed Erato Sartes, 1963 sold renamed Antonios, 1969 stranded at Ravenna and scrapped at Piraeus. 857

Spaarnestroom (3) 1964 built by Sarpsborg Mekaniske Verksted A/S Greaken | 1974 transferred to Gebr. de Haas, 1975 sold to Cyprus renamed Doctor George, 1976 sold to renamed Potos Beach, 1977 sold to Greece renamed San George, 1981 sold to Sri Lanka renamed Maha Nuwara, 1990 sold to Honduras renamed Hye Prosperity. 793

Texelstroom (1) 1914 built by Maatschappij Fijenoord, Rotterdam | 06 October 1915 near Galloper Light Vessel mined and sunk by mine laid by German submarine UC.7. 1,601

Texelstroom (2) 1917 built by Maatschappij Fijenoord, Rotterdam | 22 February 1941 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine U.108 in North Atlantic and lost with all hands. 1,617

Texelstroom (3) 1947 built by Aalborg's Skipvaerft, Aalborg | ex- Dorrit Clausen, 1949 purchased from C. Clausen, Kolding, Denmark renamed Texelstroom, 1961 sold to General Steam Navigation Co., London renamed Swallow, 1967 sold to Greece renamed Evelpis, 13 January 1968 foundered in storm after engine failure in Bay of Navarino. 1,377

Texelstroom (4) 1962 built by Arnhemsche Scheepsbouw Mij., Arnhem | 1974 transferred to Gebr. de Haas, 1976 sold to Greece renamed Athanasios-S, 1985 sold to Cyprus renamed Julia, 1989 sold to Malta renamed Lucky C, 1992 sold to Honduras renamed Florida, 1995 scrapped. 799

Togokust 1959 built by Arnhemsche Scheepsbouw Mij., Arnhem | 1964 transferred to Stoomvaart Mij. Nederland (SMN), 1970 transferred to Nedlloyd, 1971 sold to Akrion Shippping Co., Greece renamed Akra Rion, 1979 sold to Riostar Shipping Co. renamed Rion, 1981 sold renamed Datsun, 1981 sold to Sri Lanka renamed Ceyocean,1984 scrapped at Jamnagar. 3,379

Vechtstroom (1) 1918 built by Haarlemsche Scheepsbouw Mij, Haarlem | ex- Energie II, 1918 purchased from Stoomboot Reederij J. & A. van der Schuyt, Rotterdam renamed Vechtstroom, 22 September 1941 heavily damaged by German aircraft and later sunk in Humber estuary. 845

Vechtstroom (2) 1953 built by E.J. Smit & Zoon's, Westerbroek | 1966 sold to J. Buitelaar, Maassluis renamed Johanna Buitelaar, 1973 rebuilt into a livestock carrier 1975 sold to Vroon, Breskens renamed Lincoln Express, 1982 scrapped at Hendrik Ido Ambacht. 496

Veghtstroom 1902 built by Rijkee & Co, Rotterdam | 1914 remeasured 1,329gt, 1915 sold to Nederlandsche Stoomvaart Mij. Oceaan (NSMO) not renamed, 1917 seized by British forces, 1917 torpedoed and sunk in North Sea by German submarine UC.47 with the loss of 5 lives. 1,380

Vliestroom (1) 1912 built by Van Vliet & Co, Hardinxveld | 1918 seized by Great Britain, 1919 released, 1949 sold to Tassos Sideratos, Greece renamed Chrysanty, 14 October 1953 foundered off Corfu. 651

Vliestroom (2) 1957 built by Arnhemsche Scheepsbouw Mij., Arnhem | 1969 sold to Vroon, Breskens rebuilt into a livestock carrier renamed Frisian Express, 1987 flagged out to Vanuatu, 1989 scrapped at Vigo. 499

Vreede (1) 1871 built by W. Watson, Sunderland | ex- Sunniside built for Lumsden, Byers & Co., Sunderland, 1900 purchased from Standard Steam Shipping Co. (Speeding, Marshall & Co.), Sunderland renamed Vreede, 26 June 1901 foundered after collision with British s/s STAMFORDHAM in North Sea. 956

Vreede (2) 1872 built by J. Laing & Sons Ltd, Sunderland | ex- Ben Nevis built for John Morrison & Son, North Shields, 1901 purchased from North Eastern Shipping Co. (G. Elsmie & Sons), Aberdeen renamed Vreede, 20 August 1903 foundered after collision with Spanish s/s LUCHANA in North Sea. 1,003

Vrijheit 1856 built by C.W. Earle & Co, Hull | ex- Sea Horse built for W. & C.L Ringrose, Hull, 1901 purchased from Hull & Netherlands Steamship Co. (J.H.N. Ringrose) renamed Vrijheit, 26 January 1903 stranded off Ijmuiden and lost in heavy weather. 560

Waalstroom (1) 1913 built by A. Vuijk & Zn, Capelle aan den IJssel | 27 June 1916 northeast of Shipwash Light Vessel mined and sunk by mine laid by German submarine UC.6. 1,441

Waalstroom (2) 1917 built by C. van der Giessen & Zonen, Krimpen aan den IJssel | ex- Oostzee built for W. van Driel’s Stoomboot Mij. & Transport Onderneming, ex- Oedenrode 1917, 1918 purchased from Stoomschip Oostzee renamed Waalstroom, 1924 sold to Skibs A/S Borgholm, Norway renamed Borgfred, 28 February 1933 stranded at Pointe de Raz near Brest and later scrapped at Dauna. 1,351

Yselstroom 1920 built by Rotterdamsche Scheepswerf Mij., Rotterdam | ex- Maristego, 1921 purchased while building from Van der Eb & Dresselhuys Scheepvaart Maatschappij, Rotterdam renamed Yselstroom in HWAL service, 29 September 1925 stranded at Swallow Rocks and later lost. 2,576

Ystroom (1) 1907 built by Wm Hamilton & Co Ltd, Port Glasgow | ex- Lombok, 1926 purchased from Stoomvaart Mij. Nederland (SMN) renamed Ystroom, in HWAL service, 1934 scrapped at Gent. 5,934

Ystroom (2) 1936 built by C. van der Giessen & Zonen, Krimpen aan den IJssel | 23 December 1940 mined and sunk in mouth of Mersey. 400

Zaanstroom (1) 1895 built by Huygens & van Gelder, Amsterdam | 21 December 1911 foundered in Channel near Owers Light Vessel during heavy storm. 990

Zaanstroom (2) 1913 built by Rotterdamsche Droogdok Mij, Rotterdam | 1915 captured by German submarine U.28 and declared prize, 1918 allocated to Belgium, 1920 to Dutch flag as Westland for Scheepvaart & Steenkolen Mij., Rotterdam, 1925 sold to United Baltic Corp., London, Great Britain renamed Baltannic, 1949 sold to ICI for use as explosives storage hulk at Loch Riddon, 1958 scrapped at Troon. 1,657

Zaanstroom (3) 1920 built by Haarlemsche Scheepsbouw Mij, Haarlem | 1950 sold to Deutsche Dampfschiffahrts Gesellschaft Hansa, Germany renamed Hundseck, 1951 sold to A. Wiards, Bremen, renamed Catharina Wiards, 1955 sold to Panama renamed Katerina S, 1958 sold to Greece renamed Ais Giorgis, 1960 scrapped at Perama. 1,519

Zaanstroom (4) 1952 built by E.J. Smit & Zoon's, Westerbroek | 1968 sold to Greece renamed Nissi, 1970 sold same name, 1977 sold idem, 1985 sold to Honduras renamed Zorino, 1987 scrapped at Naples. 496

 

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