SS INKERI NURMINEN (OHXD, LR/IMO) Valmistunut/completed 1892.7, West Hartlepool, Furness, Withy & Co. (lim). Shipyard no. 192.
2 680 dwt, 1 000 bhp, 85.15 x 11.00 x 5.76 m.
1892.7: MARIE, Alfred Burdick & John Cook, London. 1910.2.14: Rederiaktiebolaget Eol (G. Sjöberg) Malmö. 1916.1.27: Ångfartygsab. Pallas (Alex. Pedersen) Göteborg.
1935.2.22: KONTIO, homeport Turku. Kontio & Kontio O/Y (Väinö Haapanen) Turku. 1935.4.29: KONTIO, SUOMI-17 in the Finnish Fishing Register. Chartered to Turun Silli O/Y for herring fishing at Iceland. 1936.10.15: Turun Silli O/Y. 1937.11.30: Laiva Oy Rauma (John Nurminen Oy) Helsinki. 1939.11.19: Enroute Kotka - Ostende loaded with timber German warship captured to Swinemünde (master of the KONTIO informs ms KAISER [Germans had only mine ship steamer KAISER]), Finnish Navy source aux cruiser GRILLE, third source cruiser DEUTSCHLAND). Discharged in Hamburg. Released next March 13. 1947.9.26: Company name change John Nurmisen Varustamot Oy, Helsinki. 1947.10.21: INKERI NURMINEN, same owners. 1950.5.18: Enroute London - Amsterdam fire in a crew cabin. Two sailors died. 1951.2.18: Outbound Helsinki ice damages. Repaired at Helsinki.
1953.3.21: sold for demolition to British Iron & Steel Corporation Ltd, London. Arrived 21st Martch at Grays, Essex, T.W. Ward Ltd. The ships saloon is rebuilt in John Nurminen's office Pasila, Helsinki