HC Deb 09 February 1922 vol 150 cc320-1W

asked the President of the Board of Trade the number and names of vessels or ships stopped through having been overladen with coal or coke owing to the Plimsoll regulations through their surveyors at the following places:—Middlesbrough, Hartlepool (East and West), the Tyne, and Blyth; and where bound for, nationality, and amount of excess of coal or coke aboard?


The following is a Return for the last 6 months containing the desired information.

Vessels detained by Board of Trade Surveyors overladen with Coal or Coke at Middlesbrough, Hartlepool (East and West), The Tyne and Blyth, from 1st August, 1921, to 31st January, 1922.
Name of Vessel. Nationality. Port of Detention. Where bound for. Excess of Coal or Coke.
About Tons.
Glen Mary, O.N. 145,864 British Blyth Shoreham 32
Venus II, of Bergen Norwegian Blyth Vardo 60
Orion, of Helsingborg Swedish Blyth Malmo 23
Belem Brazilian Blyth Genoa 183
Glenrose, O.N., 125,448 British Sunderland Aberdeen 13
Ivo, of Bremen German Blyth Ekenäs 31
Sandvik, of Norrköping Swedish Blyth Norrköping 43
Hermia, of Hamburg German Blyth Harstad 66
Chedabucto, O.N. 127,785 British Sunderland Halifax, N.S. 75
Chios, of Piræus Greek Blyth Leghorn
Ebbrix, O.N. 130,311 British N. Shields London 40
Jarrix, O.N. 139,308 British Blyth Dieppe 36
Ashton, O.N. 90,365 British Dunston Rotterdam 40
Roma, of Bergen Norwegian Blyth Aalesund 24
Marjorie Mellonie, O.N. 145,831 British N. Shields Ostend 45