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RFA SIR LAMORAK 1983-1986

Completed in December 1972 at the Ankerlokken shipyard, in Floro, Norway, as Anu. Former names due to changes of owner or charter, and these were Anu (1974), Norcliff (1974-80), Lune Bridge (1980), Lady Catherine (1980-1), Lakespan Ontario (1981-3). She entered the RFA fleet on 11 March 1983, and was taken out of service on 20 January 1986 and returned to her owners. Renamed Merchant Trader (1986), Mols Trader (1987), Mads Mols (1987), Pride of Portsmouth (1989), Norman Commodore (1991), and Fjardvagen (1995).
Length overall: Sir Caradoc 124.01m; Sir Lamorak 109.51m
Beam: Sir Caradoc 15.03m; Sir Lamorak 20.43m.
Draught: Sir Caradoc 4.979m; Sir Lamorak 4.934m.
Depth: Sir Caradoc 11.61m; Sir Lamorak 12.5m
Machinery: Sir Caradoc 4 x 9-cylinder Normo diesels, 5040bhp, two shafts, two bow thrusters; Sir Lamorak
2 x 8-cylinder Pielstick diesels, SOOObhp, two shafts, bow thruster
Speed: Sir Caradoc 16 knots; Sir Lamorak 17 knots
Complement: 24

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