(Similar age and size ship)
Tabular Record of Movement
© 2018 Bob Hackett
Middlesbrough, England. Laid down by Sir Raylton Dixon & Co. Ltd., as Yard No. 416, a
2,790 grt cargo ship for the Indo-China Steam Navigation Co. (Jardine, Matheson & Co., London).
16 November 1895:
Launched and named SUI SANG.
Sold to Lai Hing SS Co., Hong Kong. Renamed APOEY.
Singapore. APOEY is drydocked at Keppel Harbor.
December 1941: The Fall of Hong Kong.
APOEY is probably sunk or scuttled prior to capture by the Japanese.
APOEY is salvaged and repaired by the Japanese.
Renamed GYOEI MARU. Placed under the Senpaku Uneikai (Civilian Administration) and allotted to the Imperial Army with No. IJA No. 2041.
14 January 1944:
South China Sea. 14th Air Force Consolidated B-24 "Liberator" heavy bombers sink GYOEI MARU at 20-35N, 113-44E.
Thanks go to Erich Muehlthaler of Germany.
to IJA Transports