SS A. Frank Lever

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Name: SS A. Frank Lever
EC2-S-C1 Hull MCE-1072
Operator: States Marine Corporation
Port of registry: USA
Builder: Southeastern SB Corp., Savannah, Georgia
Cost: USD 1,293,168
Yard number: 34
Way number: 2
Laid down: 29 October 1943 12:00 AM
Launched: 7 December 1943 6:35 PM
Completed: 21 December 1943 3:00PM
Fate: Scrapped
General characteristics

SS A. Frank Lever was a Liberty ship built in the United States during World War II. Its namesake was A. Francis "Frank" Lever. Its sponsor was Mrs. A. Frank Lever.[1]

Chronology[edit]

  • 1943 WSA (States Marine Corp., New York)
  • 1947 BROTT, Skibs A/S Vard (Jacobsen & Salvesen, Oslo)- Norwegian flag.
  • 1948 Henriksens Rederi A/S (Dagfin Hendriksen, Oslo)
  • 1951 FINNBORG, A/S Norfinn (Jorgen Krag, Oslo)
  • 1954 ARCHANAX, Liberian Sea Transport Corp, Liberia (G.M.Livanos, New York).
  • 1967 MISTRAL, Delta Marine Corp, Liberia (Scio Shipping Inc, New York)
  • 1968 Scrapped Taiwan.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gerhardt, Frank A. "SS A. Frank Lever". Retrieved 31 January 2009.