Burgondier
Ship Number
353GK
Vessel Type
''AO' type tanker
Built
Greenock Yard
Yard
Greenock
Launch Date
17/10/1918
Delivered
10/05/1919
Owner
Shipping Controller (Lloyd Royal Belge)
Weight
5292 grt
BP Length
400.1 feet
Breadth
52.3 feet
No. of Screws
Single
Speed (approx)
Propulsion
T3cyl(27,44&73x48ins),518nhp
Official No.
142712
Registered
London
Fate
Sunk
 Burgondier

[]

The vessel was under construction at Caird & Co. of Greenock when the yard was taken over by Harland & Wolff in 1916, Caird's ship number was retained.
 
Launched as tanker War Burman for The Shipping Controller, completed as a dry cargo vessel
1922 Lloyd Royal Belge Soc Anon, Antwerp
1926 Buenos Ayres Great Southern Railway Co. Ltd - A,Holland & Co. Ltd, London, renamed Azul
1935 Kaye, Son & Co. Ltd., London
1936 Georgian Steam Navigation Co. Ltd., Cardiff, renamed David Dawson
1937 J.A.Coulouthros & N.N.Embiricos, Greece, renamed Penteli
1939 Brockley Hill S.S. Co. Ltd. (Counties Ship Management Ltd.), London, renamed Brockley Hill
 
Torpedoed 24th June 1941  by U.651 in 58.30N-38.20W on passage Montreal for London with grain.