|Name:||MS Nagata Maru|
|Operator:||Nippon Yusen Kaisha, Tokyo|
|Fate:||lost in war|
The Nagata Maru (長田丸 Nagata maru ) was a Japanese ocean liner owned by Nippon Yusen Kaisha, Tokyo. The ship was went into service in 1937.
Nagata maru was the name of a of several Japanese vessls. In 1900, Fujinagata Shipyards completed its first all-metal construction merchant vessel; the No.2 Nagata Maru.
List of ships named Nagata Maru
- Nagata Maru No. 1
- Nagata Maru No. 2
- Nagata Maru No. 3
- Nagata Maru No. 4
- Nagata Maru No. 5
- Nagata Maru No. 6
- Nagata Maru No. 7
- Nagata Maru No. 8
- Nagata Maru No. 9
- Nagata Maru No. 10
- Nagata Maru No. 11
- Nagata Maru No. 12
- Nagata Maru No. 13
- Nagata Maru (1937)
In 1944, Nagata Maru was part of a Singapore-to-Saigon convoy anchored off Cape St. Jacques in French Indochina. The ship bombed and sunk.
- Richard, Ponsonby-Fane. (1964) Visiting Famous Shrines in Japan, pp. 324-328; from 1871 through 1946, the Nagata Shrine stood in the second tier of government supported shrines which were especially venerated by the imperial family.
- Lloyd's. (1907). Lloyd's Register of Shipping, Vol. 2, p. 369., p. 369, at Google Books
- Ponsonby-Fane, Richard. (1964). Visiting Famous Shrines in Japan. Kyoto: Ponsonby-Fane Memorial Society. OCLC 1030156
- Ship's List: Ships of Nippon Yusen Kaisha K.K