[subm. by Tore Setsaa, courtesy of Per Erik Johnsen, Oslo]
The Førdefjord (2) (ex. Emma Maersk) was built in 1924 by A.P. Møller in Odense.
Her details were:
Tonnage: 5,242 tons gross, 4,858 under deck and 3,269 net. Forecastle 33 feet long.
Propulsion: 4 stroke, single acting oil engine with 12 cylinders of 19
11/16 inches diameter each; stroke 35 7/16 inches; 450 nominal horsepower; engine built by
Burmeister & Wain in Copenhagen.
She was a steel construction with twin screws, 3 masts and 1 deck. Shelter deck and oil
engine. She was fitted with electric light and wireless. Water ballast and flat keel.
Call sign: LFRD [Lloyd's register of shipping]