SS Sagaing was a twin-hatched passenger and cargo steamship which regularly plied a route connecting Liverpool, Glasgow and Rangoon in the first half of the 20th century. It was attacked and partially destroyed at Trincomalee Harbour by aircraft of the Imperial Japanese Navy in 1942, as part of the Easter Sunday Raid on Ceylon. The hulk was sunk a year later to act as a pier but was raised in 2018 after a 5-month operation by the Sri Lanka Navy, moved out of the harbour area, and resunk.

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  • SS Sagaing was a twin-hatched passenger and cargo steamship which regularly plied a route connecting Liverpool, Glasgow and Rangoon in the first half of the 20th century. It was attacked and partially destroyed at Trincomalee Harbour by aircraft of the Imperial Japanese Navy in 1942, as part of the Easter Sunday Raid on Ceylon. The hulk was sunk a year later to act as a pier but was raised in 2018 after a 5-month operation by the Sri Lanka Navy, moved out of the harbour area, and resunk. (en)
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  • Attacked and destroyed by aircraft from theKidō Butaion 9 April 1942; hulk deliberately sunk on 24 August 1943
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  • Official number: 148845 (en)
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  • SS Sagaing (en)
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  • *3 x Scotch boilers *1 x 3-cylinder triple expansion steam engine *LP turbine added in 1939 *471 nhp (en)
  • *3 × Scotch boilers *1 × 3-cylinder triple expansion steam engine *LP turbine added in 1939 *471 nhp NEEDS CONVERSION (en)
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  • SS Sagaing was a twin-hatched passenger and cargo steamship which regularly plied a route connecting Liverpool, Glasgow and Rangoon in the first half of the 20th century. It was attacked and partially destroyed at Trincomalee Harbour by aircraft of the Imperial Japanese Navy in 1942, as part of the Easter Sunday Raid on Ceylon. The hulk was sunk a year later to act as a pier but was raised in 2018 after a 5-month operation by the Sri Lanka Navy, moved out of the harbour area, and resunk. (en)
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