Here is a ship from a by gone age, the Tjibantjet, built in Great Britain in 1952, at Sunderland (and was also the main piece in a documentary film called "A Ship is Built"), and delivered to the Koninklijke Java-China-Japan Lijn (KJCPL), under the banner of Royal Interocean Lines, for a service between East Asia, Africa and South America, carrying cargo and 10 passengers. In 22/9/1957 the ship grounded at Hong Kong during Typhoon Gloria. In June 1958 the ship was salvaged, repaired and brought back into service, until sold in 1972 to Panamanian owners and renamed Mercury River. The ship ended her days at Kaohsiung, Taiwan where she was scrapped in 1974.
Thank you Kim for the crest
"Never fear to try on something new. Remember that the Titanic was built by professionals, and the Ark by an amateur"