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  • Discovery Cruise Ship Postcards
    Cruises 1986 96 Discovery I was built in 1970 by Upper Clyde Shipsbuilder Ltd Clydebank as the Blenheim 3 a larger version of Black Prince 2 and Black Watch 2 Registered owners were Fred Olsen Ltd London and she had a British crew Between September and May she cruised to the Canary Islands on a route London Funchal Santa Cruz de Tenerife Las Palmas whilst during the summer months May September she ran ferry crossings from Kristiansand to Amsterdam or Harwich In 1981 Blenheim 3 was sold to Scandinavian World Cruises Nassau Bahamas controlled by DFDS and renamed Scandinavian Sea She operated short cruises to Freeport from Port Canaveral and Jacksonville In 1984 she was burnt out and declared a constructive total loss The remains for sold as is for further use Registered ownership changed a number of times and in 1985 she was renamed Venus Venture whilst rebuilding occurred in Valencia In 1986 she was sold to Discovery Cruises and renamed Discovery I returning to short cruises from Florida She was withdrawn in 1996 after a fire and was scrapped in 1997 Official Discovery Cruises postcard of Discovery I Official Discovery Cruises postcard of Discovery I Official Discovery Cruises postcard of Discovery I Official Discovery Cruises postcard of Discovery I Official Discovery Cruises postcard of Discovery I Ramsey postcard 91 of Discovery I Discovery Sun Discovery Cruises 1913 46 Discovery Sun was built in 1968 by Orenstein Koppel und Lübecker Machinenbau Lübeck as the Freeport I for the Miami Terminal Transport Co Freeport Cruise Line running between Miami Freeport In 1973 she was sold to Oy Birka Line Ab Mariehamn and renamed Freeport for cruises between Stockholm Helsinki Later the same year Freeport was sold again to Stockholms Rederi AB Svea for the Trave Line service Helsingborg Tuborg Copenhagen

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  • DISNEY CRUISES - SIMPLON POSTCARDS - www.simplonpc.co.uk
    the 1980s also sailing from Port Canaveral The ships were similarly marketed as family vacations and featured costumed Disney Characters The Disney Magic began operation July 1998 followed by the Disney Wonder in August 1999 The ships each contained 900 staterooms and are not identical internally with a lot of variations in interior design restaurants and entertainment venues Both contain areas designed exclusively for various age groups including children teenagers and adults In 2007 Disney announced the creation of two new cruise ships The two vessels Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy were delivered in 2011 and 2012 respectively Sections on this Page Disney Magic Disney Wonder Disney Dream to be added Disney Fantasy Other Cruise Line Pages NCL Header Page NCL Page 4 NCL Mega Ships Associated Pages Cruise Ships Ocean Liners UK Excursion Vessels World Ferry Fleets Simplon Postcards Home Page Simplon Postcards Recent Updates Simplon Postcards facebook page References Click on images for more details www overviewpress co uk info overviewpress co uk Contacts Disney Cruise Line disneycruise disney go com Search the Simplon Website Disney Cruise Line IMO number 9126819 Name of ship DISNEY WONDER Call Sign C6QM8 MMSI 308457000 Gross tonnage 83308 DWT 8604 Year of

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  • Dolphin Cruise Line Postcards
    of Dolphin IV in original colours as carried when Ithaca Photo by P Asenjo Dolphin Cruise Line card of Dolphin IV in original colours as carried when Ithaca This is an oversized card of 7 x 5 180 x 130mm 3 4 Night Cruises from Miami to Nassau Dolphin Cove Grand Bahama Island Dolphin Cruise Line card of Dolphin IV in later colours Dolphin Cruise Line card of Dolphin IV in later colours This is an oversized card of 7 x 5 180 x 130mm The beautiful and intimate SS Dolphin IV 3 4 night cruises to the sunniest ports and warmest memories in the Caribbean Dolphin Cruise Line card of Dolphin IV in later colours This is an oversized card of 7 x 5 180 x 130mm Every Dolphin 3 4 7 or 14 night cruises to the Bahamas the Caribbean or the Panama Canal is a magnificent orchestration where everything blends together in harmony A masterpiece A symphony In the key of sea Dolphin Cruise Line card of Dolphin IV and SeaBreeze This is an oversized card of 7 x 5 180 x 130mm John Hinde Curteich card from the Bahamas showing Dolphin IV and StarShip Royale serial number 2BH 92 B Chantry Classics card CC S135 of Dolphin IV at Miami Photo by A O Wilhelmi 3rd CT Publishing card No 052 of Dolphin IV at Nassau in 1994 Photo by Richard Weiss SeaBreeze SeaBreeze was built as the Costa line Federico C in 1958 She was sold to Premier as Royale later StarShip Royale in 1983 Acquired by Dolphin in 1988 A complete history of this ship is available on this link This is an official Dolphin Cruises Line card Dolphin Cruise Line card of SeaBreeze This is an oversized card of 7 x 5 180 x 130mm Dolphin Cruise Line card of SeaBreeze This is an oversized card of 7 x 5 180 x 130mm Every Dolphin 3 4 7 or 14 night cruises to the Bahamas the Caribbean or the Panama Canal is a magnificent orchestration where everything blends together in harmony A masterpiece A symphony In the key of sea A fine line of cruise ships and ex ocean liners including SeaBreeze at Miami The card was published by Astral Graphics serial No MIA102 from a photo by Dan Cowan Simplon Postcards sc2102 of SeaBreeze at Grand Cayman Photo by Michael Ralph OceanBreeze The Southern Cross was built by Harland Wolff Belfast in 1955 for a new round the world passenger service of Shaw Savill Line Escalating costs and competition from the air caused her withdrawal in 1971 She was laid up in the River Fal for two years before sale to the Greeks in 1973 She eventually reappeared in service for Ulysses Line in 1975 as Calypso Calypso was sold again to Western Cruise Lines and renamed Azure Seas in 1980 The company later became Admiral Cruise Line eventually being taken over by Royal Caribbean However Azure Seas was sold to Dolphin

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  • Aegean Dolphin Cruise Ship Postcards
    was due to join the growing fleet of Louis Cruise Lines but legal problems intervened and the ship was taken over by the Greek courts until resolved Ship names on this Page Aegean Dolphin Aegean I Associated Pages Epirotiki Golden Sun Cruises Louis Cruise Lines Renaissance Cruises Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Aegean Dolphin Built in 1973 as the Zim ro ro ferry Narcis Bought by Dolphin Hellas cruises in 1986 and renamed Aegean Dolphin after conversion to a cruise ship in 1988 Dolphin Hellas Cruises postcard of Aegean Dolphin Dolphin Hellas Cruises postcard of Aegean Dolphin TFC Cruises South Africa postcard This card was issued by a French charterer but the name is blacked out on the logo The charter was for Autumn 1989 Chantry Classics card CC S168 using a photo by Antonio Giacomelli at Venice Postcard of Aegean Dolphin in Dubrovnik Photo Ivo Batricevic Aegean I Aegean Dolphin was renamed Aegean I in whilst on charter to Renaissance Cruises in 1996 The name has been retained whilst subsequently operating for Golden Sun on Mediterranean cruises since 1998 although still owned by Dolphin Hellas In 2005 she was listed as being run by

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  • Simplon Postcards
    Greek cruises from Piraeus which can be combined to make 10 or 14 day cruises The complete operation is run by Louis on a franchise agreement passenger capacity 170 crew 54 gross registered tons 4 077 not registered tonnage 1 223 displacement 2 840 tons overall length 88 3 metres cruising service speed 14 5 knots maximum speed 15 5 knots cruising range 4 100 nautical miles number of decks 6 number of cabins suites with balcony 4 quadruples 7 standard doubles 74 disabled double cabin 1 easyCruise publicity picture of easyCruiseOne ex Renaissance Two Photo of easyCruiseOne ex Renaissance Two at Monte Carlo Photo Miho Radulic September 2005 Click to open larger image in new window easyCruiseOne was given a less vivid paint scheme for 2007 easyCruiseTwo 2006 easyCruiseTwo was the second vessel used by easyCruise She is a European river cruiser owned by Rederij Fortuna Kampen Netherlands and operated by Boonstra River Line for easyCruise She was built in Husum Germany in 1981 passenger capacity 100 crew 16 18 displacement 993 7 m3 overall length 80 metres cruising service speed 15 km hr maximum speed 20 km hr Photo of easyCruiseTwo Photo Cees de Bijl Dordrecht 30th August 2006 Click to open larger image in new window Photo of easyCruiseTwo Photo Cees de Bijl Dordrecht 30th August 2006 Click to open larger image in new window Photo of easyCruiseTwo Photo Cees de Bijl Dordrecht 30th August 2006 Click to open larger image in new window Photo of easyCruiseTwo Photo Cees de Bijl Dordrecht 30th August 2006 Click to open larger image in new window Photo of easyCruiseTwo Photo Cees de Bijl Dordrecht 30th August 2006 Click to open larger image in new window Photo of easyCruiseTwo Photo Cees de Bijl Dordrecht 30th August 2006 Click to open larger

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  • Elegant Cruise Line - Simplon Postcards
    names Built Andrea to be added Harald Jarl 1960 Elegant Fleet List Monet Elegant 2001 Monet was built as the Yushar of Northern Shipping in 1970 She became the Stella Dalmatiae of Dalmatija Cruise Line in 1997 and was renamed Monet for Danaco the following year She has been marketed by Elegant Cruises since 2001 although her ownership has changed through Ocean Wings and Westwind Enterprises Official postcard of Monet at Dubrovnik Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open a larger image in a new window Monet at Dubrovnik in 2004 Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open a larger image in a new window Monet at Dubrovnik in 2004 Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open a larger image in a new window Monet at Dubrovnik in 2004 Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open a larger image in a new window Monet at Dubrovnik in 2004 Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open a larger image in a new window Monet at Dubrovnik 21st October 2006 Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open a larger image in a new window Monet at Dubrovnik 5th March 2008 Photo Ivo Batricevic the first cruise ship visit of 2008 Click to open a larger image in a new window Andrea Elegant 2002 Andrea was built at Trondheim in 1960 as the Harald Jarl for TFDS service on the Norwegian Coastal Express Hurtigruten She operated on this service until 2002 when she was sold to Elegant Cruises and refitted as a luxury expedition cruise vessel Official postcard of Andrea at Dubrovnik Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open a larger image in a new window Andrea at Dubrovnik in 2004 Photo Ivo Batricevic Click to open a larger image in a new window Andrea at Dubrovnik in 2004 Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open a larger image in a

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  • Paquet Renaissance - Ocean Liner - Cruise Ship - Photographs - Postcards
    her on routes from Marseille to the Eastern Mediterranean Ownership passed to Nouvelle Cie de Paquebots in 1970 She was sold in 1977 to Epirotiki Lines and was renamed Homeric Renaissance Costa Lines took her on charter and renamed her World Renaissance She later operated for Epirotiki themselves and also for a charter with Club Awani as Awani Dream She returned to Epirotiki Lines and passed to Royal Olympic Cruises Following their collapse in 2004 she was sold at auction becoming the Grand Victoria Complete history of World Renaissance Official Epirotiki postcard of World Renaissance Official TFC postcard of World Renaissance TFC is a South African travel company which chartered a number of Epirotiki and Lauro cruise ships Official Epirotiki postcard of World Renaissance Official Epirotiki postcard of World Renaissance Chantry Classics postcard of World Renaissance on a Norwegian cruise Card available for sale from Harold Jordan Postcards Photo Marvin Jensen World Renaissance Costa charter 1977 198 Official Costa postcard of World Renaissance whilst on charter Official Costa postcard of World Renaissance whilst on charter Rare US issued Costa postcard of World Renaissance Scan Dimas Almada Click to open larger image in new window Rare US issued Costa postcard of World Renaissance Scan Dimas Almada Click to open larger image in new window Awani Dream Club Awani 1995 1998 Click to open larger image in new window World Renaissance Royal Olympic 1998 2004 Royal Olympic card of World Renaissance A later official Royal Olympic card of World Renaissance World Renaissance at Dubrovnik Photo Neven Jerkovic 24th March 2004 Click to open larger image in new window World Renaissance at Dubrovnik Photo Ivo Batricevic 4th June 2004 Click to open larger image in new window World Renaissance at Dubrovnik Photo Neven Jerkovic 24th March 2004 Click to open larger image in new window Grand Victoria Elysian Cruises 2004 Chantry Classics postcard CC S403 Grand Victoria in the Thames Estuary after visiting Tilbury Photo Ian Boyle 29th June 2006 Card available for sale from Harold Jordan Postcards Click to open larger image in new window Photo of Grand Victoria arriving at le Havre Photo Phillipe Brebant 26th June 2006 Click to open larger image in new window Photo of Grand Victoria leaving le Havre Photo Phillipe Brebant 27th June 2006 Click to open larger image in new window Photos of Grand Victoria at Tilbury Photo Ian Boyle 29th June 2006 Click to open larger image in new window Photo Ian Boyle 29th June 2006 Click to open larger image in new window Photo Ian Boyle 29th June 2006 Click to open larger image in new window Photo Ian Boyle 29th June 2006 Click to open larger image in new window Photo Ian Boyle 29th June 2006 Click to open larger image in new window Photo Ian Boyle 29th June 2006 Click to open larger image in new window Photo Ian Boyle 29th June 2006 Click to open larger image in new window Photo Ian Boyle 29th June 2006 Click to open larger

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  • Epirotiki Line Ship Postcards - Page 1: Before 1975
    built as the Calabar of Elder Dempster in 1935 for use on their West African local services She was bought by Epirotiki in 1953 and is considered by many to have been the first Greek cruise ship She remained in service until 1979 and was scrapped the following year Postcard of Semiramis Postcard of Piraeus with Semiramis Photographic postcard of Semiramis Photographic postcard of Semiramis Hermes 1 Epirotiki 1955 1960 Hermes 1 was built as the Bergen Line s Jupiter of 1915 She was purchased by Epirotiki in 1955 Official Bergen Line postcard of Jupiter Official Epirotiki postcard of Hermes 1 Note the extended accommodation forward Hermes 2 Epirotiki 1961 1974 Pegasus 1 Epirotiki 1961 1976 Pegasus and Hermes were built as the Canadian Pacific West Coast steamers Princess Elizabeth 1930 and Princess Joan 1930 Original builders were Fairfields of Glasgow and their service was between Seattle Victoria and Vancouver B C and were withdrawn by CP in 1959 They originally had three funnels which were trunked into a single large funnel when both sisters were bought by Epirotiki in 1960 entering service the following year Although identical in appearance they have different internal layouts Both have a large garage for cars entered by side doors and a swimming pool forward of the funnel In Epirotiki service they started as three class ships on a passenger and car ferry service between Italy Greece Cyprus Israel They were later used for cruising Pegasus and Hermes both spent their later years as accommodation ships in Scotland and were scrapped in 1976 and 1974 respectively Official Epirotiki postcard of Pegasus Photographic postcard of Pegasus at Malta Photographic postcard of Pegasus or Hermes in Dubrovnik Photographic postcard of Pegasus or Hermes in Dubrovnik Argonaut Epirotiki 1964 2003 Argonaut was previously the yacht Orion built in 1929 She later sailed as Regina Maris before being scrapped in 2003 Epirotiki official postcard of Argonaut Epirotiki official postcard of Argonaut Epirotiki official postcard of Argonaut Epirotiki official postcard of Argonaut Chantry Classics postcard of Argonaut Photographic postcard of Argonaut Photographic postcard of Argonaut Jason Epirotiki 1967 Jason was built as the Aphrodite by the Italians in 1965 as war reparations Two sisters became Atlantis of K Lines and Stella Oceanis of Sun Lines Aphrodite was bought by Epirotiki in 1967 and renamed Jason She remained part of Epirotiki after the collapse of Royal Olympia Epirotiki official postcard of Jason Epirotiki official postcard of Jason Epirotiki official postcard of Jason Epirotiki official postcard of Jason Epirotiki official postcard of Jason Postcard of Jason at Malta Photographic postcard of Jason at Malta Photographic postcard of Jason Photograph of Jason at Piraeus Photo Ian Boyle 25th August 2003 Photograph of Jason at Piraeus Photo Ian Boyle 25th August 2003 Photograph of Iason Jason at Dubrovnik 2004 Iason was reactivated for Epirotiki in 2004 following the collapse of Royal Olympia after being laid up since 1997 Photo Ivo Batricevic Odysseus Epirotiki 1967 80 Odysseus was built as the Coast Lines overnight

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