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M/S Stockholms Ström 2

Technical details:

Type: Passenger ship
Building material: Steel hull
Length: 22.32 m
Beam: 5.60 m
Draught: 1.70 m
Propulsion: 1 x Scania DSI 12; total 135 hp, 99 kW
Capacity: 220 passengers
Gross tonnage: 75 gt

M/S Stockholms Ström 2


General history and facts:

”M/S Stockholms Ström 2” is a passenger ship built in 1894 by “ William Lindbergs Verkstads- och Varfs AB”, Stockholm for “Jernvägs AB”, Sweden and delivered in November 1894 under the name “Saltsjöbaden 3”. Initially the ship was propelled by a steam-engine and it was serving passengers on the route Karl XII:s square–Stadsgården in Stokcholm. On 3rd of May 1915 it was sold to “Trafik AB”, Stockholm with home port at Lidingö and renamed to “Stockholm-Södra Lidingö”. On 11th of June 1925 the ship was sold to “Stockholms Ångslups AB” and renamed “Djurgården 6” with a new home port in Stockholm. In January 1962 it was modernised at “Stockholms Ångslups AB”, where the original “W. Lindberg”steam engine of 80 hp was exchanged with a diesel motor of the type Scania-Vabis, 80 hp (59 kW). On 30th of September 1970 it was sold to “AB Djurgårdsvarvet”, which changed its name to “Stor-Stockholms Hamntrafik AB” just couple of days after, on 2nd of October. On 31st of December 1971 it was sold to “Waxholms Ångfartygs AB” with a home port in Vaxholm. In 1974 it was extensively renovated and also the main engine was exchanged with Scania D8, 135 hp (100 kW). On 2nd of October 1981 to Åke Söderqvist from Vaxholm, renamed to “Badholmen 1” and served the traffic on the route Vaxholm–Badholmen. In March 1983 it was sold to “Rederi AB Badholmen”. In 1986 the ship was sold to “Rederi Stockholms Ström, Gibel & Leffler HB”, renamed to “Stockholms Ström 2” with a new home port at Stockholm. At that time it served the route Slussen–Fjäderholmarna. In 1989 new engine of a type Scania DSI 12, 135 hp (99 kW) was installed. In 1998 the ship was remeasured and was certified with a new gross tonnage of 75 gt.

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