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M/T Thorhild
Updated Sept. 5-2012

To Thorhild on the "Ships starting with T" page.

Source: Roger W. Jordan collection.
More pictures are available on this external page (click in them to enlarge).

Manager: O. T. Tønnevold & Co. A/S, Grimstad
10 316 gt

Built in Gothenburg in 1935.

Captains: Jørgen Tellefsen was captain from the time the ship was new, and up until the summer of 1941 (1942?). Later captains during the war were Olaf Dock and Olaf T. Larssen (the latter from the torpedoed Thelma).

Chief Engineer was Erling Jørgensen, and Mate Odd Tønnevold was on board all through the war. Petter Birkeland (also from Thelma) also served on this ship for a while, and then became her captain in 1947. He had also served on Thordis as mate.

Her voyages are listed on these original images from the Norwegian National Archives:
Page 1 | Page 2 | Page 3 | Page 4 | Page 5

Please compare the above voyages with Arnold Hague's Voyage Record below.

  Voyage Record
From July-1941 to Jan.-1946:  

(Received from Don Kindell - His source: The late Arnold Hague's database).

Follow the convoy links provided for more information on each.

Errors may exist and, as can be seen, several voyages are missing.

Departure From To Arrival Convoy Remarks
1941 July 23 Valparaiso Punta Arenas Independent A. Hague says:
Previously traded in Pacific.
Earlier voyages, Page 1
Gives arrival July 29
July 29 Punta Arenas Campana Aug. 9 Independent On to Caripito, Aug. 9
(Page 1)
Aug. 31 Campana* Aruba Sept. 2 Independent *From Caripito
(Page 1)
Sept. 4 Aruba Las Piedras Sept. 4 Independent
Sept. 5 Las Piedras Baltimore Sept. 13 Independent
Dec. 27 Baltimore Curacao Jan. 3-1942 Independent
1942 Jan. 8 Curacao Halifax Jan. 17 Independent
Jan. 20 Halifax Liverpool Febr. 2 HX 171
Febr. 14 Liverpool ON 67 For Curacao.
Detached Febr. 26.
Convoy will be added.
See ships in ON convoys
Febr. 26 Detached from ON 67 Curacao March 8 Independent
March 15 Curacao Halifax March 27 Independent
Apr. 2 Halifax Liverpool Apr. 15 HX 183
Apr. 22 Liverpool OS 26 For Curacao.
Detached May 1.
Convoy available at OS 26
(external link)
May 1 Detached from OS 26 Curacao May 11 Independent
May 26 Curacao OT 3 Detached May 30.
Convoy available at OT 3
(external link)
May 30 Detached from OT 3 Freetown June 11 Independent
June 15 Freetown Liverpool July 5 SL 113 Convoy available at SL 113
(external link)
July 17 Liverpool ON 113 For NYC.
Detached July 31.
Convoy will be added.
See ships in ON convoys
July 31 Detached from ON 113 New York City Aug. 2 Independent
Aug. 5 New York City Hampton Roads Independent
Aug. 10 Hampton Roads Key West* Aug. 16 KS 529 Convoy available at KS convoys
(external link)
*Convoy KS 529 did arrive Key West on Aug. 16, but as A. Hague himself says in the next entry, Thorhild detached from the convoy that day - see also Page 2.
Aug. 16 Detached from KS 529 New Orleans Aug. 19 Independent
Sept. 26 Pilottown Key West Sept. 29 HK 106 Pilottown to Key West.
Convoy available at HK convoys
(external link)
Sept. 29 Key West New York City Oct. 5 KN 203 Convoy available at KN convoys
(external link)
Oct. 8 New York City HX 211 Straggled Oct. 17
Oct. 17 Straggled from HX 211 Holyhead Oct. 22 Independent
Oct. 24 Holyhead Liverpool Oct. 25 Independent
Nov. 9 Liverpool New York City Nov. 25 ON 145
Dec. 8 New York City Houston Dec. 18 NK 513 A. Hague says:
Independent from off Key West.
Convoy available at NK convoys
(external link)
Again, see also Page 2
Dec. 20 Galveston Bar Key West Dec. 25 HK 128 Convoy available at HK convoys
(external link)
Dec. 25 Key West New York City Dec. 30 KN 214 Convoy available at KN convoys
(external link)
1943 Jan. 6 New York City Liverpool Jan. 22 HX 222
Febr. 1 Liverpool New York City Febr. 19 ON 164
Apr. 1 New York City Liverpool Apr. 17 HX 232 Convoy will be added.
See ships in HX convoys
Apr. 24 Liverpool New York City May 14 ON 180 60 depth charges.
Convoy will be added.
See ships in ON convoys
May 19 New York City Belfast Lough June 4 HX 240
June 4 Belfast Lough Avonmouth June 6 BB 297 Convoy available at BB convoys
(external link)
June 9 Avonmouth New York City June 26 ON 188 See also Page 2
Convoy will be added.
See ships in ON convoys
June 30 New York City Clyde July 13 HX 246 (See also Page 2).
July 16 Clyde New York City July 30 ON 193 60 depth charges.
Convoy will be added.
See link above
Aug. 7 New York City Belfast Lough Aug. 22 HX 251
Aug. 22 Belfast Lough Swansea Aug. 25 BB 317 Convoy available at BB convoys
(external link)
See also Page 3
Aug. 27 Swansea Cardiff Aug. 29 Independent
Sept. 12 Cardiff Londonderry Independent
Sept. 16 Londonderry Philadelphia Oct. 1 ON 202 Escort Oiler
Oct. 3 Philadelphia New York City Oct. 4 Independent
Oct. 5 New York City Belfast Lough Oct. 19 HX 260 Escort Oiler. 60 depth charges.
Convoy will be added.
See ships in HX convoys
Oct. 19 Belfast Lough Heysham Oct. 20 Independent
Oct. 22 Heysham Liverpool Oct. 22 Independent
Oct. 24 Liverpool New York City Nov. 6 ON 208 Escort Oiler.
Convoy will be added.
See ships in ON convoys
Nov. 13 New York City Liverpool Nov. 28 HX 266 Escort Oiler, 60 depth charges.
Convoy will be added.
See ships in HX convoys
Dec. 2 Liverpool New York City Dec. 20 ON 214 Convoy will be added.
See ships in ON convoys
1944 March 21 New York City Avonmouth Apr. 7 HX 284 Escort Oiler
Apr. 15 Avonmouth Belfast Lough Apr. 18* Independent *Page 3 gives arrival Apr. 16
Apr. 20 Belfast Lough New York City May 8 ON 233 Convoy will be added.
See link above
May 19 New York City Clyde June 2 HX 292 Again, see also Page 3
June 10 Clyde Philadelphia June 28 ON 240 Escort Oiler.
Convoy will be added.
See link above
June 29 Philadelphia New York City June 30 Independent
July 3 New York City Belfast Lough July 17 HX 298 Escort Oiler, 60 depth charges
July 17 Belfast Lough Heysham July 18 Independent
July 21 Heysham Barrow July 21 Independent
July 24 Barrow Liverpool July 24 Independent
July 25 Liverpool New York City Aug. 9 ON 246 Escort Oiler.
Convoy will be added.
See ships in ON convoys
Aug. 11 New York City Liverpool Aug. 26 HX 303 Escort Oiler
Sept. 1 Liverpool New York City Sept. 19 ON 251 Via Belfast Lough
(Page 3).
Escort Oiler.
Convoy will be added.
See link above
Sept. 28 New York City Avonmouth Oct. 13 HX 311 Escort Oiler
Oct. 16 Avonmouth Milford Haven Oct. 16 Independent
Oct. 17 Milford Haven ON 260 Escort Oiler.
Convoy will be added.
See link above
Oct. 31 From ON 260 Cape Cod Canal Nov. 1 XB 132 Convoy available at XB convoys
(external link)
Nov. 1 Cape Cod Canal New York City Nov. 2 Independent
Nov. 5 New York City Avonmouth Nov. 20 HX 318 See also Page 4
Escort Oiler, 60 depth charges
Nov. 23 Avonmouth Milford Haven Nov. 24 Independent
Nov. 30 Milford Haven New York City Dec. 15 ON 269 Escort Oiler.
Convoy will be added.
See ships in ON convoys
1945 Jan. 8 New York City Avonmouth Jan. 22 HX 331 See also narrative below
Jan. 27 Avonmouth Milford Haven Jan. 27 Independent
Jan. 28 Milford Haven New York City Febr. 12 ON 281 Convoy will be added.
See link above
Febr. 18 New York City Liverpool March 3 HX 339 Escort Oiler
Missing movements, Page 4
March 13 Liverpool New York City March 29 ON 290 Convoy will be added.
See link above
Apr. 2 New York City Passed Gibraltar Apr. 17 UGS 84 Convoy available at UGS convoys
(external link)
Apr. 17 Passed Gibraltar Augusta Apr. 23 Independent
Apr. 23 Augusta Bari Apr. 24 Independent
Apr. 29 Bari Oran May 3 Independent
May 7 Oran New York City May 23 GUS 88 Convoy available at GUS convoys
(external link)
June 6 New York City Clyde June 19 Independent See also Page 4
June 22 Clyde Providence, RI July 4 Independent
July 6 New York City Thames July 20 Independent See also Page 4
July 24 Thames New York City Aug. 5 Independent
Aug. 7 New York City Thames Aug. 21 Independent See also Page 5
Aug. 24 Thames Curacao Independent
Sept. 10 Curacao Clyde Sept. 27 Independent See also Page 5
Oct. 2 Clyde Curacao Independent Page 5 gives arrival Oct. 17.
Oct. 18 Curacao Cristobal Oct. 21 Independent
Oct. 22 Balboa Auckland Nov. 18 Independent
Nov. 23 Auckland Balboa Dec. 17 Independent
Dec. 18 Cristobal Curacao Independent
Dec. 24 Curacao Havre Jan. 11-1946 Independent Further voyages, Page 5

 Misc. Convoy Voyages: 
For information on voyages made in between those mentioned here, please see the documents received from the National Archives of Norway and A. Hague's Voyage Record above. Follow the convoy links provided for more information; the Commodore's notes and/or reports are also available for most of them and several Norwegian ships took part.

Thorhild was on Japanese charter, in service between Japan and the west coast of the U.S. As will be seen when going to Page 1 of the archive documents, she was in Yokohama when war broke out in Norway on Apr. 9-1940. From the fall of 1941(?) until the end of the war she was in service in the Atlantic. Her 1941 voyages are also shown on this document, and it'll be noticed that she spent quite a long time in Los Angeles that year. She had arrived there from Yokohama on Apr. 17 and departure is given as June 9. There's also a long gap in her voyages later on, from Sept. 13-1941, when she arrived Baltimore, to Dec. 27, when she left Baltimore for Curacao, with arrival Jan. 3-1942.

From Curacao, she later headed to Halifax in order to join Convoy HX 171 to the U.K. on Jan. 20-1942, for which Acanthus and Rose served as escorts for a while. Together with Belinda, Eidanger (sunk - follow link for details), Finnanger, Glittre, Hamlet (from Iceland), Idefjord, Nueva Andalucia, Sama (sunk), Skandinavia and Strinda, she subsequently joined the westbound North Atlantic Convoy ON 67*, which left Liverpool on Febr. 14 and arrived Halifax March 1; Thorhild, however, was bound for Curacao, where she arrived March 8 (Page 1), having been detached from the convoy on Febr. 26, according to A. Hague. With a cargo of whale oil, she headed back to the U.K. again on Apr. 2 in Convoy HX 183 from Halifax, which arrived Liverpool on Apr. 15, and on the 22nd of that month, she joined convoy OS 26 (Lise was sunk, follow the link for more info). Thorhild was bound for Curacao in ballast (station 95), arriving her destination on May 11, proceeding to Freetown on May 26, according to Page 2 (convoy info in Voyage Record above). In June she can be found in station 82 of Convoy SL 113, departing Freetown on June 15. The webmaster of the site about the OS convoys and the SL convoys that I've linked to within the Voyage Record above has told me that when she left Curacao she had a cargo 14 256 tons whale oil in bulk, 1390 drums sperm oil and whale oil, bound for Bromborough. The archive document gives arrival Liverpool July 5. The Norwegian Fagerfjell, Thorshavet and Vanja are also named, but the latter did not sail. Follow the links provided for more convoy information.

Thorhild now joined the westbound North Atlantic Convoy ON 113*, departing Liverpool on July 17-1942, arriving Halifax July 31, but Thorhild was bound for New York, where she arrived Aug. 2. Abraham Lincoln, Evita, Harpefjell, Norsol, Pan Aruba, Salamis, Solsten and Vav are also listed in this convoy, which lost 3 ships - ref. external link at the end of this page. Rick Pitz, a visitor to my website, has informed me via this Gustbook message that Thorhild was part of Convoy HK 106 Subsidiary, leaving Pilottown, LA on Sept. 27-1942, to join the main body of Convoy HK 106 (left Bolivar Roads on Sept. 25). This convoy, which is available via the link provided in the table above, sailed to Key West, Florida, arriving Sept. 29 (B.P. Newton and Sommerstad are also included). Thorhild continued to New York that same day (convoy info in Voyage Record above) in order to join Convoy HX 211 to the U.K. on Oct. 8, but she lost touch in a gale during the night of Oct. 17/18 and did not rejoin (see the Commodore's notes on my page about this convoy); she arrived Holyhead on Oct. 22, proceeding to Liverpool 2 days later (Page 2). The following month, we find her in Convoy ON 145, together with the Norwegian Mosli, Skaraas, Ørnefjell, Askepot (both joined from Halifax) and Brant County (the latter ship had also been in HX 211). Thorhild acted as the Vice Commodore's ship for this convoy, which according to "The Allied Convoy System" by Arnold Hague left Liverpool on Nov. 9 with 35 ships and arrived New York on Nov. 25. Several ships were torpedoed; follow the link for details.

The rest of her 1942 voyages are shown on Page 2, convoy information can be found in A. Hague's Voyage Record.

She returned to the U.K. again in Jan.-1943 in Convoy HX 222 from New York (Vestfold was sunk, follow the link for more info), heading back across the Atlantic with Convoy ON 164 on Febr. 1, arriving New York Febr. 19. As can be seen when going back to Page 2 above, she now remained in New York for quite some time; departure is given as Apr. 1. I have a little snippet of information saying she was fitted out with an extra deck to enable her to carry aircraft in early 1943, and equipment for supplying escorts with oil and depth charges at sea was also installed - perhaps this was done in New York in this time period(?). She often acted as escort oiler in the convoys. A. Hague has her returning to the U.K. in Convoy HX 232*, departing New York on Apr. 1, arriving Liverpool Apr. 16. He has also included Belinda, California Express, Heranger, Skandinavia, Thorshøvdi, Tigre, Tungsha and Ørnefjell in this convoy, which lost 4 ships - ref. external link at the end of this page.

A week later we find her, along with Belinda, California Express, Norsktank, Norsol, Reinholt (Commodore Vessel), Skandinavia, Skjelbred and Velma, in Convoy ON 180*, which left Liverpool on Apr. 24 and arrived New York May 14 (according to A. Hague, she carried 60 depth charges), and on May 19, she can be found among the ships leaving New York in Convoy HX 240. Her destination is given as Avonmouth, and she had station 61 of the convoy, arriving her destination, via Belfast Lough, on June 6 - again, see Page 2. She subsequently joined Convoy ON 188*, which left Liverpool on June 10 and arrived New York on the 26th (Thorhild sailed from Milford Haven June 9). She had again been in the company of several other Norwegian ships, namely Abraham Lincoln (Commodore Vessel), Bajamar, Bañaderos, Belinda, Duala, Evita, G. C. Brøvig, Gylfe, Kaia Knudsen, Kaldfonn, Montevideo, Mosdale, Skandinavia, Strinda, Vav and Velma. Already on June 30, she's listed in Convoy HX 246 from New York, bound for Clyde, station 105, arriving July 13. As will be seen when following the link to this convoy, Acanthus, Rose and Potentilla are named among the escorts.

Together with Bralanta, Chr. Th. Boe, Fagerfjell, Fernwood, Geisha, Harpefjell, Herbrand, Hiram, Idefjord, Maud, Meline, Norlom, O. B. Sørensen, Para, Samuel Bakke, Sandviken, Santos, Skaraas, Skjelbred, Stiklestad, Thorshov and Tungsha, as well as the Panamanian Norlys (Norwegian managers), she returned across the Atlantic with Convoy ON 193* (from Liverpool July 16, to New York July 31 - Thorhild, which again carried 60 depth charges, joined from Clyde). With a cargo of gas oil for Swansea, she left New York again with Convoy HX 251 on Aug. 7, station 53, arriving her destination, again via Belfast Lough, on Aug. 24, according to Page 3. The Norwegian Laurits Swenson acted as Commodore Vessel for this convoy, and Acanthus, Potentilla and Rose are named among the escorts (see HX convoy escorts). Thorhild returned to the U.S. the following month with Convoy ON 202 (ONS 18), serving as Escort Oiler. Her destination is given as Wilmington; the archive document gives arrival Philadelphia on Oct. 1, and she had started out from Londonderry Sept. 16. This convoy lost several ships, including Oregon Express and Skjelbred - follow the links for further details. See also the Commodore's report and misc. other reports.

A. Hague has now included her, along with Buenos Aires, Heranger, Ivaran and Laurits Swenson, in Convoy HX 260*, which sailed from New York on Oct. 5-1943 and arrived Liverpool Oct. 20 - Thorhild arrived Heysham, via Belfast Lough, that day, having served as Escort Oiler, also carrying 60 depth charges. Just a few days later she appears, with Emma Bakke and Reinholt (Commodore Vessel), in Convoy ON 208* (departure Liverpool Oct. 24, arrival New York Nov. 7 - Thorhild again served as Escort Oiler), returning with Convoy HX 266*, leaving New York on Nov. 13, arriving Liverpool Nov. 27. Brimanger (Commodore Vessel), Fernwood, Idefjord, Morgenen and Mosli are also listed. Thorhild had served as Escort Oiler again, and also carried 60 depth charges. Her last Trans-Atlantic voyage that year was made in Convoy ON 214*, together with Geisha, Kristianiafjord, Montevideo, Morgenen and Sørvard. The convoy departed Liverpool on Dec. 2 and arrived New York Dec. 20, so Thorhild's crew got to experience a New York Christmas. It looks like they got to experience a New York spring as well, because according to Page 3, she did not leave New York again until March-1944.

On March 21-1944 we find her in Convoy HX 284 from New York to the U.K., for which Abraham Lincoln acted as Commodore Vessel. Thorhild's destination is given as Avonmouth, where she arrived Apr. 7, having served as Escort Oiler. With Atlantic, Elg, Ferncliff, Kaia Knudsen, Norsktank, Olaf Bergh and Slemmestad, she later joined Convoy ON 233*, originating in Liverpool Apr. 20, arriving New York May 8 - Thorhild had joined this convoy from Belfast Lough. She headed back to the U.K. again on May 19 in Convoy HX 292, arriving Clyde June 2, returning with Convoy ON 240*, which also had Dageid, Fagerfjell, Heranger, Høyanger (Vice Commodore), Para, Petter, Strinda, Vanja, Villanger and Østhav in its ranks (from Liverpool June 10, to New York June 28 - Thorhild joined from Clyde, serving as Escort Oiler; her arrival New York is given as June 30 - see Page 3). On July 3 she can be found in Convoy HX 298 from New York (Escort Oiler, 60 depth charges), with destination Heysham and Barrow, arriving the former on July 18, the latter on the 21st. A few days later we find her in Convoy ON 246* (Escort Oiler), which left Liverpool on July 25 and arrived New York Aug. 9, and included Abraham Lincoln, Alaska, Atlantic, Brimanger (Commodore Vessel), Dageid, Dalfonn, Danio, Fernwood, Ivaran, James Hawson, Kaldfonn, Leiv Eiriksson, Petter, Skotaas, Strinda, Tiradentes, Toronto, Vardefjell, Velox and Ørnefjell.

Already on Aug. 11, she shows up in Convoy HX 303 with 16 other Norwegian ships, namely Romulus, Dalfonn, Noravind, Atlantic, Sommerstad, Skotaas, Geisha (Vice Commodore), Tanafjord, Petter, Stirlingville, Rena, Para, Titanian, Mui Hock, Fjordaas and Norse Lady. Thorhild served as Escort Oiler again and arrived Liverpool Aug. 26. With Bernhard, Elg, Evanger, Ferncliff (returned), Fjordheim (sunk - follow link for details), Germa, Grey County, Heimgar, Henrik Ibsen, Rutenfjell, Snar, Tungsha (Commodore Vessel), Veni and Vera, as well as the Panamanian Norbris (Norwegian managers), she subsequently joined Convoy ON 251* (Escort Oiler), originating in Liverpool on Sept. 1, arriving New York Sept. 19. On Sept. 28, she can be found among the ships in Convoy HX 311 from New York (Escort Oiler). She was bound for Avonmouth, where she arrived Oct. 13, and just a few days later, she joined Convoy ON 260* (Escort Oiler). Høyanger (Commodore Vessel), Molda, Skiensfjord (returned) and Strinda are also named in this convoy, which left Southend on Oct. 15 and arrived Halifax Oct. 30; Thorhild, however, was bound for New York, where she arrived Nov. 2, having started out from Milford Haven Oct. 17 - her voyages in this period are shown on Page 4. The escorting Rose was sunk - see also Buttercup and Tunsberg Castle.

With destination Avonmouth, she now joined Convoy HX 318 from New York a few days later (Escort Oiler, 60 depth charges), arriving her destination on Nov. 20, and at the end of that month, she's listed in Convoy ON 269* (Escort Oiler), along with Fernwood, Heranger, Orwell, Polartank, Skaraas, Slemmestad and Sørvard (departure Liverpool Nov. 29, arrival New York Dec. 15 - Thorhild started out from Milford Haven Nov. 30). She was scheduled for Convoy HX 327 on Dec. 19, but did not sail, nor did she get away in HX 328 or HX 329, but is listed as bound for Avonmouth in Convoy HX 331 on Jan. 8-1945 and arrived Avonmouth on Jan. 22. The Commodore was in Montevideo (it'll be noticed when following the links to the other 3 convoys, that they all had Norwegian Commodore Vessels).

About a week later, she joined Convoy ON 281*, together with Brasil, Cypria, Havprins, Tai Shan and the Panamanian Norlys. The convoy sailed from Liverpool on Jan. 26-1945 and arrived New York Febr. 12 (Thorhild had started out from Milford Haven Jan. 28). She headed back to the U.K. on Febr. 18 with Convoy HX 339 (Escort Oiler) and in March, she's listed in Convoy ON 290*, which left Southend on March 11 and arrived New York March 29. Glarona and Kaldfonn are also listed.

From New York, she now headed to Augusta and Bari. Convoy information for this voyage and for her return voyage can be found in the Voyage Record above. See also Page 4 and Page 5 (to Apr.-1946).

* The ON convoys will be added to individual pages in my Convoys section in due course, with more information on each; in the meantime, the ships sailing in them (and escorts) are named in the section listing ships in all ON convoys. The entire HX series will also be updated and completed (including the already existing convoys - some have already been updated), but for now, see ships in all HX convoys

More info on all the other Norwegian ships mentioned here can be found via the alphabet index at the end of this page, or go to the Master Ship Index.


On Charter to British Tankers Co. Ltd. for 2 years from 1946. Sold in 1954 to Einar Rasmussen and renamed Polyrover. Broken up by Norsk Skibsopphugnings Co., Grimstad in 1959 (1960?). See also this external page.

Related external links:
Ships hit from convoy ON 113

Ships hit from convoy HX 232

Back to Thorhild on the "Ships starting with T" page.

Other ships by this name: O. Tønnevold had previously had another Thorhild, delivered in Apr.-1921. Sold to Denmark? After the war they had several more ships by this name. One was built at Rosenberg mekaniske Verksted and delivered Jan. 19-1956, 10 394 gt. Collided with a French ship near Hamburg in 1959 and damaged, but repaired. In May-1973 the company took over M/T Harry Borthen and named her Thorhild. Sold in 1974 to Fekete & Co., Tønsberg. The company's 5th Thorhild was the ex. Wilh. Wilhelmsen ship Tiberius, launched in Gothenburg on Sept. 13-1965, completed Jan. 14-1966, 43 572 gt, sold in March-1976 to Tønnevolds Tankrederi A/S (Olaf Tønnevold & Sønner A/S, managers) and renamed Thorhild. Broken up at Kaohsiung in Oct.-1978. See also list below.

O. T. Tønnevold A/S sent me and E-mail with the following details (much appreciated, thank you!):
DS Thorhild - 4100 tdw - Blt 1921 (1923?) - Hull, UK
MT Thorhild - 15675 tdw - Blt 1935 - Gothenburg
MT Thorhild - 16202 tdw - Blt 1956 - Stavanger
MT Thorhild - 52500 tdw - Blt 1964 - Horten (ex Harry Borthen)
MT Thorhild - 77100 tdw - Blt 1966 - Gothenburg (ex Tiberius)
MS Thorhild - 55000 tdw - Blt 1979 - Uddevalla an OBO-carrier
MS Thorhild - 27183 tdw - Blt 1970 - Japan (ex Gull)
MS Thorhild - 6666 tdw - Blt 1983 - Japan (ex EW Aspen)

The text on this page was compiled with the help of: "Olaf Tønnevold & Sønner 1878-1978", Birger Dannevig and misc. as mentioned within above text (ref. My sources).


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