German tanker Spichern
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(Redirected from MS Krossfonn (1935))
For other ships of the same name, see MS Krossfonn.
|Namesake:||Battle of Spicheren|
|Owner:||Skibs-A/S Dalfonn (Sigval Bergesen), Stavanger (1935-1940)
Nazi Germany (1940-1945)
Ringdals Rederi A/S, Oslo (1949-1961)
Sameiet Ringsaker (1961-1964)
|Builder:||Odense Staalskibsværft, Odense|
|Fate:||Sold for scrapping in February 1964|
|Class & type:||Motor tanker (1935-1955)
Bulk carrier (1955-1964)
|Tonnage:||9,323 GRT (1935-1949)
9,640 GRT (1949-1955)
9,789 GRT (1955-1964)
5,550 NRT (as built)
|Length:||480.5 ft (146.46 m)|
|Beam:||65 ft (19.81 m)|
|Propulsion:||2 x 7 cylinder engines, 4700 bhp|
Spichern was a German supply ship of World War II.
She was scuttled in Brest on 31 August 1944, raised and put back into Norwegian service post-war.
- Lawson, Siri Holm. "M/T Krossfonn". Warsailors.com. Retrieved 10 February 2014.
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