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  • New Cruise Ship Postcards of 2000
    has diesel electric propulsion total 85000 bhp driving Azipod thrusters She is 85 700 gross tons 292 5 metres long and carries 2680 passengers An official Costa postcard of Costa Atlantica is shown below Explorer of the Seas Royal Caribbean International The only RCI official postcard of Explorer on the Seas available on board early 2001 A daytime card was expected soon My thanks to Hayden Louden for sending me the card The daytime RCI official postcard of Explorer on the Seas Official Kvaerner Masa Yards builders postcard oversized of Explorer on the Seas with technical data on the reverse which can be seen on this link Katherina Von Bora Deilmann I have been sent this scan of the Katherina von Bora but I am still looking for an actual copy of this postcard for sale or exchange if anyone can help me Millennium Celebrity Cruises Millennium was delivered in June 2000 built by Chantiers de l Atlantique St Nazaire Three sisterships are under construction the first is named Infinity She has gas turbine propulsion total 50000 kW driving podded thrusters She is 90 228 gross tons 294 metres long and carries 2450 passengers An official Celebrity postcard of Millennium is shown below issued prior to completion of the ship A later official Celebrity postcard of Millennium This postcard of Millennium was produced in St Nazaire where she was built A Chantry Classics postcard of Millennium This card is not available for sale from Simplon Postcards Ocean Princes s Princess Cruises Ocean Princess was delivered to Princess Cruises early in 2000 built by Fincantieri in Italy She is the last of four 77 000gross ton sisterships the others being Sun Dawn and Sea Princess She is 261 metres long and carries 2100 passengers 2400 maximum Two official Princess Cruises postcards

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  • Ocean Liner and Cruise Ship Postcards
    Carnival Spirir Astral Graphics postcard SP 2 of Carnival Spirir Casanova Peter Deilmann European Vision Festival Cruises Golden Princess Princess Cruises Golden Princess was built by Fincantieri of Venice Italy and weighs 108806 gross tons She is 289 metres long carries 2592 passengers 3300 max and has a crew of 1100 Golden Princess takes over the Grand Princess itinerary of Barcelona Istanbul cruises in summer and Caribbean cruises in the winter The first Princess official postcard of Golden Princess It uses the same image as a card of Grand Princess and examination with a magnifying glass shows that the ship s name has not even been changed These photographs of Golden Princess are by Ian Boyle on her maiden voyage from Southampton on 16th May 2001 For further pictures in this series follow this link The two images below have been issued as isc2001 and isc2003 in the first batch of Simplon Photographs not postcards For more details follow this link Infinity Celebrity Cruises The first Celebrity official postcard of Infinity These photographs of Infinity are by Marvin Jensen on her maiden arrival at San Francisco on 1st May 2001 They are not postcards but may be used as such in the future Norwegian Sun NCL An oversized official postcard of Norwegian Sun Norwegian Star NCL ex Superstar Libra Star Cruises SuperStar Libra was due to be delivered to Star Cruises in September 2001 and the card below of her projected appearance was issued over a year before delivery She was being built by Meyer Werft in Germany A few months before delivery it was decided that she would join the NCL fleet as Norwegian Star An oversized official postcard of Norwegian Star II Radiance of the Seas Royal Caribbean This is RCCL official postcard serial RA 10 of Radiance

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  • Cruise Ship Postcards
    Aegean Dolphin easyCruise Eastern Cruise Lines later Admiral Cruise Line Epirotiki a postcard history of the company Explorer GAP Adventure MV Explorer lost on 23 22 2007 Festival Cruise Lines the complete fleet in postcards Fred Olsen Cruises Postcards of the current three ships Black Prince Black Watch Braemar GAP Aventure Explorer MV Explorer lost on 23 22 2007 Golden Sun Cruises the complete fleet in postcards Greek Line a postcard history of the company involved in cruising in later years Grimaldi Siosa Line Italian emigrant line which later turned to cruising Hanseatic Tours The passenger fleet in postcards part of Hapag Lloyd Hapag Lloyd a postcard history of the company Hebridean Island Cruises a postcard history of the company Holland America Line a postcard history of the company to be completed Home Lines a postcard history of the company Jadrolinija Japan Cruise Line current fleet in postcards Lauro Lines Achille Lauro s fleet of cruise ships Lindblad Expeditions MV Explorer lost on 23 22 2007 Louis Cruise Lines current fleet in postcards Mediterranean Shipping Cruises MSC current fleet in postcards Monarch Classic Cruises current fleet in postcards Norwegian Cruise Line the fleet in postcards Orient Lines the fleet in postcards part of NCL Star Cruises P O and Princess Cruise Lines the fleet in postcards P O Australia Australia based P O ships from the Arcadia 1954 to Pacific Dawn Peter Deilmann Cruises Fleet History in Postcards Phoenix Reisen German travel company which charters cruise ships Premier Cruise Lines a postcard history of the company Regal Cruise Line Link to the Regal Empress the line s only ship Regency Cruises a postcard history of the Lelakis Group company 1984 95 Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines current fleet in postcards Royal Cruise Line fleet history in postcards Royal Olympic Cruise Lines

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  • Eastern Cruise Lines Postcards
    Emerald Seas New Bahama Star Stardancer Yarmouth Castle Associated Pages Carnival Cruise Line Chandris Lines Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines Zim Lines Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Table of Ship Histories Name Other Names Built Ariadne Patricia Bon Vivant Ariane 1952 Emerald Seas President Roosevelt Atlantis 1944 Azure Seas Southern Cross Calypso OceanBreeze Imperial Majesty 1955 Stardancer Scandinavia Viking Serenade Island Escape 1982 Fleet History Yarmouth Castle Evangeline These two ships were both built by William Cramp of Philadelphia in 1927 They were acquired from Eastern Steamship Lines by F L Fraser in 1954 This first card shows a pre Fraser Yarmouth leaving Boston in 1953 during her last years on the Boston Yarmouth service A modern card by CT Publishing serial 083 The photo is by David Pearson and shows the original Eastern company funnel colours with a blue house flag and letter E The Yarmouth was renamed Yarmouth Castle then Queen of Nassau back to Yarmouth Castle and plain Yarmouth between 1954 and 1961 Two official Eastern Shipping Corporation cards as Queen of Nassau are shown below The funnel and house flag showing the letter F for Fraser The cards were printed by Colourpicture of Boston why the English spelling of Colour Color and have serial numbers K8056 and K8224 The top card was posted from Ft Lauderdale in March 1956 The Evangeline was given a more substantial refit than was Yarmouth Castle initially This Eastern Shipping Corp card shows the additions aft This card was printed by T N Gilbert of Miami and has serial S19567 The card details state SS Evangeline Cruises from Miami West Indies Caribbean South America 7 Day from 130 10 Day from 190 14 Day from 260 The Evangeline and Yarmouth were sold in 1961 to the Yarmouth Steamship Company and operated in competition out of Miami The Evangeline was renamed Yarmouth Castle This official card shows both vessels The Yarmouth Castle was lost to fire in 1965 which hastened the demise of the company Bahama Star 1 The Bahama Star was previously the Arosa Star of Arosa Line She had been built in 1949 and was owned by Eastern from 1959 69 Eastern Steamship Corp official card of Bahama Star This Eastern Steamship Corp card shows Bahama Star at Nassau The card details read Largest cruise ship sailing from Miami to Nassau 100 air conditioned Dock to dock service 3 Day Cruise sails every Friday 4 day Cruise sails every Monday Ariadne The Ariadne was originally the Swedish Lloyd Patricia She was then sold to Hamburg America who gave her the name Ariadne She served with Eastern from 1961 1972 This Eastern Steamship Corp card shows Ariadne still with original funnel now sporting L for Lovett who bought the company from Fraser in 1962 A complete postcard history of this ship is available on this link S S Ariadne 7 Day Cruising Holiday sailing from Miami every Saturday to Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands Another Eastern Cruise

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  • Adriatic Cruises - Passenger Ship Photographs - Passenger Ship Postcards
    for use in the Baltic Reports indicate that Hansa have also bought an interest in the ship Sections on this Page Adriatic Cruises Brochure 2007 Dalmaciya Adriatic Cruises 2006 Adriatic Cruises Pages Dalmacija Complete ship history Dalmacija Cruise Page 1 Adriatic Cruise in 2007 Dalmacija Cruise Page 2 Images of Dalmacija Dalmacija Cruise Page 3 Other ships seen on cruise to be added Adriatic Cruises Brochure 2007 2Mb Adobe PDF File Jadrolinija Web Pages Jadrolinija Header Page Jadrolinija Page 1 Jadrolinija Page 2 Jadrolinija Page 3 Associated Pages UK Excursion Ships Ferry Postcards Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Recent Updates Simplon Postcards Home Page References Search Simplon Postcards powered by FreeFind Table of Ship Histories Name Other names Built Dalmaciya 1965 Dalmacija Adriatic Cruises 2006 Complete history of Dalmaciya Official Adriatic Cruises postcard of Dalmacija Click to open larger image in new window Adriatic Cruises image of Dalmaciya Click to open larger image in new window Adriatic Cruises image of Dalmaciya Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Venice Photo Ian Boyle March 2007 More images from 2007 cruise Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Zadar Photo Ian Boyle April 2007e More images from 2007 cruise Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Korcula Photo Ian Boyle April 2007 More images from 2007 cruise Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Kotor Photo Ian Boyle April 2007 More images from 2007 cruise Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Kotor Photo Ian Boyle April 2007 More images from 2007 cruise Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Pula Photo Ian Boyle April 2007 More images from 2007 cruise Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at

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  • Aida Cruises Ship Postcards
    image in new window AIDAvita Built 2002 42289 GT 203 m long 19 4 knots 1266 pass 1582 max AIDA Kreuzfahrten postcard of AIDAvita Click to open larger image in new window AIDA Kreuzfahrten postcard of AIDAvita Click to open larger image in new window AIDA Kreuzfahrten postcard of AIDAvita AIDA Kreuzfahrten postcard of AIDAcara front and AIDAvita back AIDAvita Deck Plan Download original Adobe PDF File 250 KB Click to open larger image in new window Chantry Classics postcard CC S297 of AIDAvita Photo Peter Therkildsen Copenhagen 8th May 2002 Photograph of AIDAvita Photo Peter Therkildsen Copenhagen 8th May 2002 Photograph of AIDAvita Photo Peter Therkildsen Copenhagen 8th May 2002 AIDAaura Built 2003 42289 GT 203 m long 19 4 knots 1266 pass 1582 max AIDAaura sister to AIDAvita was delivered in May 2003 More images of AIDAaura AIDA Kreuzfahrten fleet postcard of AIDAaura AIDAvita and AIDAcara Click to open larger image in new window AIDA Kreuzfahrten postcard of AIDAaura Click to open larger image in new window AIDA Kreuzfahrten postcard of AIDAaura AIDA Kreuzfahrten postcard of AIDAaura Click to open larger image in new window AIDA Kreuzfahrten postcard of AIDAaura Click to open larger image in new window anSICHTEN Verlag postcard of AIDAaura at Hamburg issued 2004 Click to open larger image in new window anSICHTEN Verlag postcard of AIDAaura at Hamburg issued 2004 Click to open larger image in new window AIDAaura at Dublin Photo Ian Boyle 25th August 2008 Click to open larger image in new window AIDAaura at Dublin Photo Ian Boyle 25th August 2008 Click to open larger image in new window AIDAaura Deck Plan Download original Adobe PDF File 250 KB Click to open larger image in new window AIDAblu Built 1990 AIDA 2004 2007 70210 GT 245 m long 19 5 knots 1664 pass 1792 max Sitmar Cruises had two ships on order from Fincantieri in Italy when the company was taken over by P O Princess These were completed as Crown Princess and Regal Princess but were essentially Sitmar designs Both ships were due to transfer to a new P O Cruises company aimed at the German market called A ROSA Crown Princess moved in Summer 2002 to be the Arosa Blu Regal Princess was due to follow in 2004 but low loadings caused this plan to be abandoned and in September 2003 Carnival announced that Arosa Blu would join the Aida fleet as AIDAblu from 2004 In 2007 she became Ocean Village Two with another P O Carnival subsidiary Ocean Village She moves again to P O Australia in 2009 AIDA Kreuzfahrten postcard of AIDAblu Click to open larger image in new window AIDA Kreuzfahrten postcard of AIDAblu Click to open larger image in new window AIDA Kreuzfahrten postcard of AIDAblu Click to open larger image in new window AIDA Kreuzfahrten postcard of AIDAblu Click to open larger image in new window AIDA Kreuzfahrten fleet postcard showing AIDAblu Click to open larger image in new window AIDA Kreuzfahrten fleet postcard

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  • Sun Cruises (Airtours) Cruise Ship Postcards
    joined the Louis Cruise Lines fleet under the name Aquamarine She was initially chartered back to MyTravel and was due to continue with them until May 2005 the last MyTravel ship to remain in service From June 2005 Aquamarine cruised out of Genoa on a 7 day Mediterranean itinerary under the Louis Hellenic Cruises banner Sunbird operated as Thomson Destiny in the Thomson fleet also owned and managed by Louis Cruise Lines Sun My Travel had offered good quality cruises at attractive prices introducing lots of new UK passengers to cruise holidays and many people were disappointed at their demise Ships on this Page Carousel Seawing Sunbird Sundream Associated Pages Norwegian Caribbean Line Royal Caribbean Line Thomson Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Search This Website powered by FreeFind Table of Ship Histories Name Other names Built Photos Seawing Southward Perla 1971 Carousel Nordic Prince Aquamarine 1971 Sundream Song of Norway Dream Princess 1970 Yes Sunbird Song of America Thomson Destiny 1982 Sun Cruises Fleet List Seawing 1994 2004 Seawing was acquired by Sun Cruises in 1994 and was the first ship in their fleet She had been built as the Southward and entered service with Norwegian Caribbean Line in 1971 She had operated with them including service in the Caribbean and from California until sold to Sun Cruises From 2004 she joined the Louis Cruise Lines fleet under the name of Perla In 2005 she operated cruises out of Piraeus to the Greek Islands and Turkey after a winter in the Far East Complete history of Seawing Official Sun Cruises card AIR SC 03 is shown below Official Sun Cruises card AIR SC 04 is shown below Official Sun Cruises card C16375X of Seawing at Palma is shown below Official Sun Cruises card C16789X of Seawing off Gibraltar is shown below Official Sun Cruises card C16790X of Seawing at Villefranche is shown below Official Sun Cruises card C16791X of Seawing off Gibraltar is shown below Official Sun Cruises multi view card AC16825X of Seawing is shown below An enlargement of the top left image is shown beneath the other three images have been issued as separate postcards and are all shown above Ramsey Postcards issue 115 of Seawing is shown below Check the following link for details on Ramsey Postcards releases Carousel 1994 2004 Carousel was built in 1971 as the Nordic Prince the second of three Royal Caribbean sisterships She was lengthened in 1978 and bought by Sun Cruises in 1994 Part of the sale agreement with RCI was that the distinctive Sky Lounge around the funnel was removed improving the ship s appearance in the process In later years she received a revised MyTravel colour scheme In April 2004 it was announced that she would join the Louis Cruise Lines fleet under the name Aquamarine She was initially chartered back to MyTravel and was due to continue with them until May 2005 the last MyTravel ship to remain in service From June 2005

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  • American Hawaii Cruise Ship Postcards
    American built liner achieving over 26 knots In 1959 she received a major refit including the the move of her bridge further forward and upwards The New York Italy voyages were increasingly advertised as 21 day cruises during the 1960s Jet aircraft union problems plus competition from newer Italia Line ships made the services uneconomic and Independence was withdrawn from Atlantic service in 1967 In 1968 she received a garish psychedelic livery and ran cruises for travel agents called Fugazi to the West Indies and Mediterranean but these were not a success I do not have a postcard of Independence in these psychedelic colours If you can assist please email simplon simplon co uk Independence was laid up until 1974 when she was sold to the C Y Tung group and renamed Oceanic Independence She was briefly used for cruising but then laid up in Hong Kong as Sea Luck I from 1976 American Hawaii Cruises were formed by C Y Tung in 1980 who wished to enter the American cruise scene The service started using Oceanic Independence on 7th June 1980 operating a 7 day cruise out of Honolulu During the winter of 1983 Oceanic Independence received internal refurbishment returning to service under original name Independence In 1987 the cruise line was bought from the C Y Tung group by Peter C R Huang for 20million American Hawaii Cruises filed for bankruptcy in 2001 following poor trading in the wake of the September 11th terrorist attacks and Independence was laid up in San Francisco A complete postcard history and photographs of Independence is available on this link Official American Hawaii postcard SC17295 of Oceanic Independence Oversized official American Hawaii postcard of Idependence Photo Douglas Peebles Click to open larger image in new window Oversized official American Hawaii postcard of Idependence American Hawaii Cruises postcard showing both Constitution and Independence left Memories of Hawaii release A 346 showing both Constitution and Independence right Photo Loye Guthrie Memories of Hawaii release A 346 showing both Constitution and Independence right Photo Loye Guthrie Memories of Hawaii release A 294 of Independence Photo by R A Young Simplon Postcards release sp2042 of Independence issued November 1993 Photographed Hawaii by Marvin Jensen Chantry Classics release CC S79 of Independence Photographed Honolulu by Ed Lafferty Memories of Hawaii release A 623 of Independence following rebuilding and repainting Note the reduced numbers of lifeboats Photographed by Mark Fay An enlargement of the ship is shown beneath An enlargement of the ship from the card above Phil Mattes release H 1022D of Independence following rebuilding and repainting Photographed by Phil Mattes An enlargement of the ship is shown beneath An enlargement of the ship from the card above Postcard of Independence following rebuilding and repainting Oversized American Hawaii postcard serial number AH20794 5 99 kk of Independence following rebuilding and repainting Constitution 1982 97 Constitution was the sister to Independence and entered service on June 6th 1951 In 1959 both ships received major refits including the the

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