MS Mediterranean Sky

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"Mediterranean Sky" - Perama, 1986.jpg
Mediterranean Sky during renovation in Perama, 1986
History
Name:
  • City of York (1953-1982)
  • Mediterranean Sky (1982-2003)
Port of registry:
  • London (1953-1982)
  • Greece (1982-2003)
Builder: Vickers Shipbuilding and Engineering, Barrow-in-Furness
Yard number: 122
Fate: Capsized in 2003
Notes: Location 38.024673,23.489579
General characteristics
Tonnage:
Propulsion: Twin-screw with 2 x six-cylinder, two-stroke, opposed-piston Hawthorn-Leslie-Doxford 67LB6 of 12,850 bhp (total) at 115 rpm.
Speed: 16.5 knots

MS Mediterranean Sky was an ocean liner built in 1953 by Vickers Shipbuilding and Engineering, Barrow-in-Furness, United Kingdom as City of York. She capsized and sank after being laid up in Elevsis Bay, Greece in 2003.[1]

Mediterranean Sky laid up in Eleusis, 9 August 2002.
Wreck of Mediterranean Sky, 2011

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Coordinates: 38°01′28″N 23°29′21″E / 38.0244°N 23.4892°E / 38.0244; 23.4892