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"Maru" (Japanese Cargo) Ship Photos

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Caution:
Further research needed. Accuracy of the following photos undetermined. Sources are mostly written in Japanese language & translation to the English laguage was not obtained.

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Aden Maru

Atagosan Maru
MOL Ships
Mitsui & Co., Ltd., 1,936 GT, launched in 1897

The first ship designed by Mitsui & Co., the Atagosan Maru was built in England. It came into service as the company expanded its service from coal transport, and played a key role in the trade of grain and pig iron from China to Japan

http://www.mol.co.jp/ships120years/01_jan/index.html

Brazil Maru
The Brazil Maru passes through the Panama Canal on March 26, 1940

http://www.archives.gov/publications/prologue/2003/winter/hell-ships-2.html

Fuji Maru 

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http://www2.tku.edu.tw/~finearts/boat/sppassen/engfujim.htm

Hikosan Maru
MOL Ships
Mitsui & Co., Ltd., 3,531 GT, purchased in 1898
Acquired from Britain to meet additional transport needs during the Sino-Japanese War, the Hikosan Maru was Japan's first bulk carrier, transporting coal from Australia.

http://www.mol.co.jp/ships120years/01_jan/index.html

Kagoshima Maru

Koan Maru

Koan Maru

http://www.wakanatsu.com/photo/koanmaru.html

Koki Maru

Koki Maru

 http://www.wakanatsu.com/photo/kokimaru.html

Muroran Maru

Muroran Maru

http://www.wakanatsu.com/photo/muroranmaru.html

The San Francisco Maru

 

    This passenger/cargo ship sunk upright, fully loaded with cargo & thus is often called 'The Million Dollar Wreck'. Deck cargo includes both trucks & battle tanks. Hold cargo includes mines, torpedoes, bombs, artillery, anti-tank, & small arms munitions, aircraft engines & parts & oil/gasoline drums. Many artifacts remain in the bridge area.

 

Depth
 Superstructure 150 ft. 45 m.
 Deck 165 ft. 50 m.
 Bottom 200-210/ft. 63 m.
Size
 Length 385 ft. 116 m.
 Gross Tonnage: 5,831 tons

Sanuki Maru

Sanuki Maru http://www.interq.or.jp/white/ishiyama/column45.htm

Seiyo Maru

 

 

 

 

 

 

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