Gage-class transport. Empire Airman was a 6,561 GRT cargo ship built in 1915 by Stabilimento Tecnico Triestino, Trieste. Sold in 1934 to Achille Lauro, Naples and renamed Amelia Lauro. Fandom Apps Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. As water is a natural and impenetrable barrier for all units but ships, they are of crucial importance on maps with a lot of water, e.g. Sold in 1959 to Egyptian Government and then sold in 1961 to United Arab Maritime Co., United Arab Republic. Scrapped upon the closure of the museum, but engine saved. Sold in 1920 to Lancashire Shipping Co. Sold in 1932 to Achille Lauro & Co., Naples and renamed Angelina Lauro. 1854-1889 (1889-1927) 1889-1927: 1927-1939: 1927- Their names were all prefixed with "Empire". To United States Maritime Commission in 1937 and MoWT in 1942, managed by New Zealand Shipping Co. Torpedoed and sunk on 29 September 1942 by U 125 at 04°05′N 13°23′W / 4.083°N 13.383°W / 4.083; -13.383. Sold in 1947 to Ben Line Steamers and renamed Benalbanach. Sold in 1951 to F T Everard & Sons and renamed Adherity. Imperial assault shuttle. On 24 January 1945, HMS Twickenham was involved in a collision with the tug Empire … Launched on 12 September 1942 and completed in December 1942. The 'Empire ships were a series of ships in the service of the British Government. Sunk by U-138 on 20 September 1940 off Islay. Capacity 50,604 cubic feet (1,432.9 m3) refrigerated cargo space. Salvaged in 1948 and repaired, becoming Merula, owned by Ape Azionara Petroliere, Italy. 1889-1927 Buff on passenger ships and cargo ships operating to the Caribbean and China. Sold in 1946 to Compagnie Royale Belgique-Argentine SA and renamed Belgique. Laid up in Piraeus in 1978, scrapped at Kynosoúra in 1981. Empire Antigua was a 7,331 GRT cargo ship built in 1946 by Shipbuilding Corporation Ltd, Newcastle upon Tyne. On shipping registers until 1961 when relegated to port work only, scrapped at an unknown date. Sold to Crest Shipping Co., Nassau in 1951 and renamed Freecrest. Sold in 1952 to Overseas Towage & Salvage Co and renamed Marinia. Cemiess - Home system of Aisling Duval. Sold in 1954 to Kuwait Oil Co. Ltd and renamed Huda. The former Empire Forth, a cargo ship built in 1939 as Mars is preserved at Kaliningrad, Russia as Vityaz. Sold in 1958 to Compagnie d'Armement Maritime, Djibouti and renamed Montmajour. Sold in 1950 to T N Ephianiades, Greece and renamed Thomas N Ephiphaniades. Sold to New Zealand Shipping Co. in 1946 and renamed Rakaia. To United States Maritime Commission in 1947 and sold to Fanmaur Shipping & Trading Co., New York. Hundreds of Empire ships were employed by the Government of the United Kingdom. Strike Craft are the smallest ships and must be carried into battle by larger ships. Torpedoed and sunk by U-154 on 13 April 1942 at 17°40′N 74°50′W / 17.667°N 74.833°W / 17.667; -74.833. Sold in 1968 to C Hultstrom, Stockholm and then to Seabird Navigation Incorporated, Liberia and renamed Falcon. Proposed sale to China in 1948 postponed. Seized in 1945 at Copenhagen and renamed Empire Annan. Sold in 1955 to Partenrederei Max S, Germany and renamed Max S. Sold in 1958 to Marina Mercante Nicaragüense, Nicaragua.Sold in 1959 to Compagnia Maritima Mundial, Nicaragua. Scrapped in Taiwan in 1967. Category page. Salvaged on 10 May and repaired. When the Separatist leadership was executed at Mustafar by Darth Vader; then Supreme Chancellor Palpatine announced his plans for the galaxy since the beginning. Achenar - The capital and founding system of the Empire. Sold in 1936 to Società Anonima di Navigazione Garibaldi, Genoa and renamed Barbana G. Captured off Newcastle upon Tyne 10 June 1940. Laid down as Cape Argos and completed as Empire Anvil. The ship was among those in the first Trans-Tasman convoy in reaction to activities of German raiders in the Indian and South Pacific oceans. 1. Sold in 1961 to Surrendra Private Ltd., Calcutta and renamed APJ Usha. Scrapped at Bremerhaven in 1964. Sold to Federal Steam Navigation Co. in 1966. Sold in 1924 to L Dreyfus et Compagnie, France and renamed Germaine L-D. sold in 1931 to Società Anonima di Navigazione Corrado, Genoa and renamed Andrea. Originally owned by Hansa Line, Bremen and named Uhenfels. Renamed Pacuare in 1947 and scrapped at Troon in 1959. 1927-1939 Yellow with black top on Baltic route ships. Sold to Hai An Shipping Co., Hong Kong and renamed Tung An in 1963. Arrived for scrapping at Fleetwood on 21 April 1977. Sold to Seabird Navigation Incorporated in 1970, scrapped at Avilés in 1971. You are on the wiki for First Edition, which will remain available for 1.0 players. Returned to MoWT in 1946 and renamed Empire Anvil, again managed by Furness, Withy & Co. To United States Maritime Commission in 1947. Launched on 27 November 1943 and completed in April 1944. Imperial shuttle. Empire Airman was a 9,813 GRT tanker built in 1942 by Sir J Laing & Sons Ltd, Sunderland. Empire Ayr was a 5,064 GRT cargo ship built in 1943 by Öresundsvarvet, Landskrona. 1927- Yellow with black, white and red rings. They can also pass shallow water, but can never move on land. Wrecked off Newfoundland 3 October 1943. Launched on 9 January 1943 and completed in April 1943. Empire Annan was a 2,385 GRT cargo ship built in 1935 by Schichau F GmbH, Elbląg. Sold in 1955 to International Navigation Corporation, Liberia and renamed Fairwater. Many ships were inspired by the classic wireframe and polygonal models of previous Elite games. The Empire ships were a series of ships in the service of the British Government. Originally owned by Kohlen-Import & Poseidon Co., Königsberg and named Masuren. Renamed Empire Anvil in 1950 and laid up in James River, Virginia. Laid down as CHANT 15 and renamed Fabric 15 before launch. Sold in 1951 to Silvertown Services Ltd and renamed Sugar Refiner. Some ships requisitioned during the Suez Crisis were also given the Empire prefix. Sold in 1947 to United Steel Companies, Sheffield and operated by Workington Harbour & Dock Board, renamed Solway. Scrapped in Hamburg in 1958. To MoWT, renamed Empire Airman. Sold in 1952 to J Blumenthal, Hamburg and renamed Helga Boge. Scrapped at Bo'ness in 1945. Their names were all prefixed with "Empire". Ran aground at Campbeltown on 11 November 1968 and abandoned. With the rise of the New Order, the massive military buildup that became synonymous with the late Galactic Republic in an effort to combat the Separatist Alliance in the Clone Wars was continued and expanded in the now Galactic Empire. Empire Andrew was a 138 GRT estuary tug built by R Dunston Ltd., Thorne. Sold in 1963 to Greek Tanker Shipping Co., Piraeus and renamed Mantinia. A ship or boat is a unit that moves on water, rather than land. Launched on 27 November 1943 and completed in February 1944. Scrapped in Hong Kong in 1959. Scrapped at Campbeltown in 1971. Empire Arquebus was a 7,177 GRT landing ship laid down as Cape St Vincent for United States War Shipping Administration and completed in 1944 by Consolidated Steel Corporation, Wilmington as Empire Arquebus. Sold in 1960 to Navigazione y de Comercio Apolo Ltda, Lebanon and renamed Akastos. Eotienses - Home system and headquarters of Senator Denton Patreus and the Imperial Museum of Culture. Launched on 5 September 1944 and completed in October 1944. Sold in 1950 to Hendrik Fisser AG, Emden and renamed Martha Hendrik Fisser. Empire Arnold was a 7,045 GRT cargo ship built in 1942 by William Gray & Co Ltd, West Hartlepool. Some ships requisitioned during the Suez Crisis were also given the Empire prefix. Sold in 1948 to the Polish Government and renamed Dzik. List of Empire ships (Th-Ty) List of Empire ships (U-Z) This article includes a transport-related list of lists: Last edited on 30 June 2020, at 17:42. The ship was among those in the first Trans-Tasman convoy in reaction to activities of German raiders in the Indian and South Pacific oceans. Scrapped in Hong Kong in 1971. de Navigatione Maritime, Egypt and converted to a passenger ship, renamed Al Sudan. 5. The list of Empire ships is split into a number of smaller lists. They were acquired from a number of sources: many were built for the government; others obtained from the United States; still others were captured or seized from enemy powers. Management passed to A Weir & Co., London in 1946. Starships, Galactic Empire, Frigates. Kamadhenu - Headquarters of Emperor Arissa Lavigny-Duval. Empire Arun was a 5,490 GRT cargo ship built in 1922 by Stabilimento Tecnico Triestino, Trieste. To United States Maritime Commission in 1937 and MoWT in 1941, renamed Empire Antelope. Some ships requisitioned during the Suez Crisis were also given the Empire prefix. Sold in 1959 to Cathay Shipping Corporation, Panama and renamed Cathay. She was sold to CSM in 1949 and renamed Frinton. Scrapped in USSR 1974. Terminus-class destroyer. Empire Addison was a 7,010 GRT cargo ship built in 1940 by Lithgows Ltd., Port Glasgow. Originally owned by J T Essberger, Hamburg and named Eberhart Essberger. Relfloated on 21 January and towed to Harlingen where temporary repairs were carried out. Edit source History Talk (0) Ships used by the Galactic Empire. Fandom Apps Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Scrapped at Le Havre in June 1969. To MoWTin 1946 and renamed Empire Alde, managed by Kaye, Sons & Co. Sold to Elders & Fyffes Ltd in 1946 and renamed Pelikan. Some ships requisitioned during the Suez Crisis were also given the Empire prefix. Launched on 9 July 1944 as Empire Fabian and completed in July 1944. Sold in 1969 to Lilly Navigation Corporation, Panama and renamed Sea Falcon. Mostly they were used during World War II by the Ministry of War Transport (MoWT), who owned the ships but contracted out their management to various shipping lines. Some ships requisitioned during the Suez Crisis were also given the Empire prefix. They were acquired from a number of sources: many were built for the government; others obtained from the United States; still others were captured or seized from enemy powers. 6. Managed by Eagle Oil Co. Sold in 1946 to Eagle Oil & Transport Co. and renamed San Wenceslao. Empire Anglesey was a 288 GRT coastal tanker built in 1945 by J Harker Ltd., Knottingley. sold in 1956 to C J King & Sons Ltd, Bristol and renamed Sea Alarm. Sold to The Charles Nelson Co., San Francisco in 1925 and then to the Union Lumber Co., San Francisco in 1935 and renamed Noyo. Managed by Sir R Ropner & Co. Torpedoed and sunk by U-155 on 4 August 1942 at 10°45′N 52°30′W / 10.750°N 52.500°W / 10.750; -52.500. Empire Audacity was a 5,537 GRT cargo ship built in 1939 by Bremer Vulkan, Bremen. Sold in 1951 to Ben Line Steamers, Edinburgh, passing to E G Thomson Ltd in 1953. 22. Bavos-I heavy-duty military space platform. Empire Alfred was a 242 GRT oceangoing tug builtby J S Watson Ltd., Gainsborough. Grounded on 11 January 1967 near the Terschelling Bank Light Vessel, Netherlands (52°21′N 05°06′E / 52.350°N 5.100°E / 52.350; 5.100). List of Empire ships (O) Empire Oak. Scrapped at Keelung in 1974. Sold in 1951 to J Lasry & Sons, Oran and renamed Jolasry 5. Empire Ann was a 232 GRT coastwise tug built in 1942 by A Hall & Co. Ltd., Aberdeen. Empire Advocate was a 5,787 GRT cargo ship built in 1913 by Joh. Sold in 1960 to China Merchants Steam Navigation Co., Taiwan and renamed Hai Ya. Sold in 1947 to Dalhousie Steam and Motorship Co and renamed Peter Dal. Reflagged to Greece in 1961 and Cyprus in 1966. Sold for scrap at a later date. Torpedoed and sunk on 15 July 1942 by U-582 at 23°48′N 21°51′W / 23.800°N 21.850°W / 23.800; -21.850. Sold in 1951 to Les Abeilles Compagnie des Remorquage Sauvignon, Le Havre and renamed Abeille No. Empire Activity was a 5,287 GRT cargo ship built in 1919 by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd., Wallsend. Empire Aid was a 479 GRT oceangoing tug built by Clelands (Successors) Ltd, Wallsend. Empire Avocet was a 5,963 GRT refrigerated cargo ship built in 1919 by Moore Shipbuilding Co., Oakland. Empire Oak was a 487 GRT tug that was built by Goole Shipbuilding & Repairing Co Ltd, Goole. Ships serve as resource gathering, trade, transport, or warfare units. Renamed Empire Ability, managed by Elder Dempster Lines. On 26 July 1942, U-704 torpedoed the British freighter Empire Rainbow, part of convoy Convoy ON-113. Sold in 1975 to Cuatebol Shipping S.A., Panama. Empire Fabian was an Empire F type coaster which was built by Henry Scarr Ltd, Hessle, Yorkshire. Empire Audrey was a 657 GRT coastal tanker built in 1943 by G Brown & Co Ltd, Greenock. Edit source History Talk (0) Ships used by the Galactic Empire. Seized off Newcastle upon Tyne in June 1940 and renamed Empire Adventure. Scrapped at Split, Yugoslavia in 1975. Sold in 1976 to Marittima Farsoura, Italy, renamed Manuella F and converted to a barge. As the all-too-mortal Executor proves, size is not the end all, be all. Sold in 1962 to Nichiro Gyogyo K.K., Tokyo and renamed Dainichi Maru. Renamed Bangu in 1928. Empire Amethyst was an 8,032 GRT tanker built in 1941 by Furness Shipbuilding Ltd, Haverton Hill-on-Tees. Sold in 1960 to Ipar Transport Co., Istanbul and renamed Nezihi Ipar. Originally owned by Lloyd Triestino and named Savoia. Mostly they were used during World War II by the Ministry of War Transport (MoWT), who owned the ships but contracted out their management to various shipping lines. Their names were all prefixed with "Empire". Launched on 23 February 1942 and completed in June 1943. The tug Laut Sawu (ex-Empire Humphrey) was still in active … Ships are the central feature of Elite Dangerous, and are used to traverse space and perform a variety of different tasks. List of Empire ships (M) 7,954 GRT Merchant Aircraft Carrier cargo ship which was built by Burntisland Shipbuilding Company Ltd, Fife. To MoWT in 1942 and renamed Empire Adur, managed by Singapore Straits Steamship Co. Sold to Thai Maritime Navigation Co., Bangkok in 1948 and renamed Nang Suan Nawa. Bellator-class dreadnought/Legends. The Empire ships were a series of ships in the service of the British Government. For Second Edition information, news, and discussion please visit the Second Edition Wiki. Their names were all prefixed with Empire.Mostly they were used during the Second World War by the Ministry of War Transport (MoWT), which owned the ships but contracted out their management to various shipping lines. Managed by R Chapman & Son. Sold in 1967 to Blue Cross Transocean Co., Athens. Empire Alde was a 3,675 GRT refrigerated cargo ship built in 1934 by Bremer Vulkan Schiff- und Maschinenbau, Bremen. D&D Beyond Sold in 1949 to Compagnia Maritima del Este, Panama and renamed Dryad. Rebuilt as a cargo ship for MoWT and renamed Empire Attendant, managed by Andrew Weir & Co Ltd (Bank Line). 1889-1927 Black on cargo ships operating to Africa, Australia, Mediterranean and Baltic. Empire Athelstan was a 7,803 GRT heavy lift ship built in 1946 by Vickers-Armstrongs Ltd., Barrow in Furness and initially managed by P Henderson & Co. passing to Alfred Holt & Company later in 1946. Terminus-class destroyer. Empire Ocelot. Scrapped in Basrah, Iraq in 1967. Empire Alderney was a 288 GRT coastal tanker built in 1944 by J Harker Ltd., Knottingley. Renamed Marshland in 1951, sold in 1960 to Polish Steamship Company, Szczecin and renamed Huta Zgoda. Abandoned at Tarragona in 1965 and scrapped at Cartagena in 1967. Imperial Ships. Managed by Donaldson, Brothers and Black Ltd., To Royal Navy in 1944 and renamed HMS Cicero. The Empire ships were a series of ships in the service of the British Government. At least three Empire ships survive today. Sold in 1950 to C H Abramsen, Stockholm and renamed Indus. Baas-class space station. Scrapped in Hong Kong in 1959. Managed by Honeyman & Co until 1946 when management passed to Counties Ship Management (CSM). A recent survivor was ST Sea Alarm, formerly Empire Ash, which was controversially scrapped in 1998. Some ships requisitioned during the Suez Crisis were also given the Empire prefix. 4. Hundreds of Empire ships were employed by the Government of the United Kingdom. D&D Beyond Empire Abercorn was an 8,563 GRT refrigerated cargo ship built in 1945 by Harland & Wolff, Belfast and managed by the New Zealand Shipping Company of London. Empire Star (not an "Empire ship"), official number 163219, was a 11,093 GRT, 524.2' x 70.4' x 32.3', refrigerated cargo ship built by Harland & Wolff Ltd, Belfast owned by Frederick Leyland & Co. Ltd. https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Lists_of_Empire_ships&oldid=965326174, Short description with empty Wikidata description, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This article includes a transport-related, This page was last edited on 30 June 2020, at 17:42. Managed by Overseas Towage & Salvage Co for MoWT. Sold in 1947 to Booker Brothers, McConnell & Co Ltd and renamed Karani. Mostly they were used during World War II by the Ministry of War Transport (MoWT), who owned the ships but contracted out their management to various shipping lines. Originally named Pelikan and operated by F. Laeisz, Hamburg. Where water is a large part of the map, naval domination is often critical. Managed by Prince Line. Completed as escort aircraft carrier HMS Empire Activity, quickly renamed HMS Activity. Second Editionhas been announced and will be released early at Gen Con 2018, with a wide release on September 13th, 2018. List Of Empire Ships (H) The Empire ships were a series of ships in the service of the British Government. Sold in 1962 to World Maritime Co., Liberia who sold her in 1965 to Altair Maritime Corporation, Liberia. Mostly they were used during World War II by the Ministry of War Transport (MoWT), who owned the ships but contracted out their management to various shipping lines. Sold in 1946 to Clyde Shipping Co Ltd and renamed Flying Fulmar. To MoWT in 1944, managed by Furness, Withy & Co. To the Royal Navy in 1944 as HMS Rocksand. To German Navy in 1940. Content is available under CC BY-SA 3.0 unless otherwise noted. Empire Albany was a 306 GRT coaster built by Richards Ironworks Ltd., Lowestoft. This page was last edited on 30 June 2020, at 17:42 (UTC). The list of Empire ships is split into a number of smaller lists. Sold in 1946 to Union Castle Mail Steamship Co. Ltd. and renamed Drakensberg Castle. Managed by Dodd, Thompson & Co. Sold in 1946 to the South Georgia Co. and renamed Culross. Empire Arthur was a 780 GRT coastal tanker built in 1942 by Grangemouth Dockyard Co. Ltd. Capsized and sank off Freetown 22 November 1943 and declared a total loss. Empire Ash was a 263 GRT oceangoing tug built in 1941 by John Crown & Sons Ltd, Sunderland. Empire ships were mostly used during World War II by the Ministry of War Transport (MoWT), which owned the ships but contracted out their management to various shipping lines; however, some ships requisitioned during the Suez Crisiswere also named as E… Empire Atoll was a 692 GRT refrigerated coaster built in 1941 by Ardrossan Dockyard Ltd, Ardrossan. Empire ship-Wikipedia Departed Port Talbot on 20 November 1946 for Rosslare but never arrived. Empire Albatross was a 4,714 GRT cargo ship built in 1919 by Bethlehem Steel Corporation, Sparrows Point. These are key Imperial star systems. Sold in 1967 to E Davidou, Greece. Originally named Teodo and owned by the Italian Government Ministry of Transport. Sold in 1951 to Crest Shipping Co., Nassau and renamed Starcrest. Sold in 1946 to Mrs P Dowds, Ireland. Sold that year to Société Misr. Her bottom was damaged and she was flooded. Renamed Marina in 1968 and scrapped in Hamburg. Originally named Eastney, owned by Romney Steamship Co. Ltd., London. Empire ships were mostly used during World War II by the Ministry of War Transport (MoWT), which owned the ships but contracted out their management to various shipping lines; however, some ships requisitioned during the Suez Crisis were also named as Empire ships. Originally owned by United States Shipping Board and named Ophis. Sold to Alcyone Shipping Co., London in 1956 and renamed Alcyone Fortune. The new edition is a wide overhaul of game balance and rules, and adds new game mechanics like the Force. X-70B Phantom-class prototype. This compact (41 … Mostly they were used during World War II by the Ministry of War Transport (MoWT), who owned the ships but contracted out their management to various shipping lines. Seized at Kiel in 1945, to MoWT, renamed Empire Ayr. Some ships require attaining a specific rank with the Federal or Imperial navies before they can be purchased. Empire Aldgate was a 3,485 GRT heavy lift ship built in 1945 by William Gray & Co. Ltd., West Hartlepool. Originally named Hannover and owned by North German Lloyd Line. Sold in 1959 to Concordia Shipping Corporation, Liberia and renamed Aiolos. Sold in 1946 to F T Everard & Sons Ltd., London and renamed Audacity. Empire Sandy, built as a tug, has been converted to a schooner and is active on the Great Lakes. Imperial assault shuttle. 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