Yes that looks very similar to the Cherry Vinter. We called her “The Iron” because of her hull shape.
She could get further up river then the other three tankers due to her shallow draft, which was especially useful in the dry season.
The problem was her low power, making it difficult to get any speed over ground when the river was flooding. One time during a flood she got push onto the bank and grounded.
The German Captain jettisoned part of the cargo of Diesel Oil to get off and eventually reached his destination, but with shortage of 50-60 tons of cargo.
When he returned to Chittagong and told us what had happened, we expected all kinds of problem due to pollution of the flooded paddy fields. We prepared a formal “Note of Protest”, stating the need to “jettison cargo to save the vessel and remaining cargo” per Navigation Act of 1892.
I was dispatched to Dhaka to present it to PetroBangla, the cargo owners, who accepted the NoP and never even mentioned pollution.(Those were the days)