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George T. R. Campbell

(1910-1993)

His Legacy Lives on…

George T. R. Campbell was a naval architectural genius and a brilliant visionary. He is certainly heralded as one of the most esteemed names in the history of vessel design to date. Many refer to him as the mastermind who “singlehandedly revolutionized” the shipbuilding industry by the development of a distinctively innovative line of dry-cargo vessels—The Freedom, The Fortune, The Friendship, and The Freedom MK2 series of dry bulk carriers. These vessels, which were uniquely suited for volume demand and series production, propelled him to success, firmly establishing him as a legendary icon in the shipbuilding industry.

GEORGE CAMPBELL’S BIRTH PLACE

A Scotsman by birth, Mr. Campbell was born in 1910 in Whitley Bay, located on the northern coast of England. He spent the majority of his formative years with his parents on his father’s farm, then known as Dockendale Hall. While historical accounts reveal that he considered himself a “gentleman farmer,” his contributions to the shipping industry far surpass his capabilities as a cultivator.

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