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of the Blue Star Line.
SS Almeda Star, originally SS Almeda, was a British turbine steamer of the Blue Star Line. She was both an ocean liner and a refrigerated cargo ship, providing a passenger service between London and South America and carrying refrigerated beef from South America to London. She was built in 1926, significantly enlarged in 1935 and sunk by enemy action in 1941.
Principle Hull Measurements and Particulars:
Read a full description of the ship in The Engineer 1926/12/31, p 710-713.