|ID /IMO No. 1158023.|
|Gross Registered Tonnage||1,560 grt. 1,101 nett.|
|Builder||New Engineering & Shipbuilding Co. Shanghai.|
|Hull||Steel, clincher construction.|
|Engine Builder||Motorenfabriek "Deutz" A.G., Koln-Deutz.|
|Engine Type||2, diesel, 4 stroke, single acting.|
|Engine cylinders||6 per engine.|
|Propulsion mode||Twin screw.|
|Generator voltage||110V DC.|
|Propeller||2, Right and left hand.|
|Propeller blades||4 per propeller.|
|Original owner||Yangtse Rapids S.S.Co., Shanghai.|
1928. Built as the "I-Fung" for the Yangtse Rapids S.S.Co. of Shanghai.( U.S. Flag.)
1935. Acquired by CNCo. to replace the "Tatung I"
Dec 5th. 1937. Holed and the engine room flooded by a near miss, during a Japanese air attack, beached 2 miles below Wuhu. At the end of March 1938 she arrived at the New Eng. & S. Co. Shanghai for repairs, which were completed by Sept 7th.
Dec 1941. Retreated to Hong Kong then Singapore, eventually scuttled off Singapore at Tanjong Batu on Feb 17th. 1942. Raised by the Japanese and recommissioned in Nov. 1944 as the "Taito Maru"
Aug 1945. Recovered in Singapore after the Japanese surrender in an unusable condition. Arrived in Hong Kong under tow on May 16th 1947, laid up and sold for scrapping in mid 1948.