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  • Explorer - Lindblad Explorer - Society Explorer - Sunk 2007 - Passenger Ship Photographs - Passenger Ship Postcards
    of 15 knots She ran aground in Antarctica on 11th February 1969 receiving temporary repairs in Buenos Aires following by a return to Norway for repairs to be completed In 1972 she was sold to United Cruising Co Ltd Nassau part of Swedish America Line Göteborg In 1980 she was sold to Lindblad Swire Cruises Ltd Panama followed by a further sale to Salénia Ab Stockholm in 1982 In 1985 she passed to Vienna Internationell Shipping Corp Nassau Bahamas Discoverer Reederei GmbH Germany and renamed Society Explorer In 1992 she was sold to Explorer Shipping Monrovia renamed Explorer In 2004 Explorer passed to final owners GAP Adventures Toronto On 23rd November 2007 she collided with an iceberg near Graham Island and later sank all passengers and crew having been rescued Ships on this Page Explorer Lindblad Explorer Society Explorer 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 Lindblad Explorer 1969 1985 Company postcard of Lindblad Explorer Click to open larger image in new window Society Explorer Society Expeditions postcard of Society Explorer Click to open larger image in new window

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  • Festival Cruise Line Postcards
    ferry work and cruising in the Mediterranean In 1981 Azur was rebuilt as a fulltime cruise ship with cabins added in the car decks In 1987 she was sold to Chandris Lines and re named The Azur followed by a further sale to Festival Cruises in 1994 with name remaining as The Azur Following the collapse of Festival Cruises The Azur was sold for 10 5 million to an unknown operator being renamed the Eloise However in 2005 she is sailing for Mano Cruises of Israel as the Royal Iris A complete history of this ship is available on this link Festival Cruises official card of The Azur Festival Cruises official card of The Azur Festival Cruises official card of The Azur and Bolero A more recent Festival official card of Azur CT Postcards Serial 055 of The Azur in Festival Cruises colours 2001 issued Festival official card of The Azur Bolero Festival 1994 2003 Bolero was completed in 1968 by AG Weser of Bremerhaven as the Starward for the Kloster subsidiary NCL Norwegian Caribbean Line later Norwegian Cruise Line She operated out of Miami on seven day cruises to the Caribbean islands She originally had a stern car door and garage space to take trailers particularly to Jamaica This space was later converted to cabins She is a sister to Skyward later Leisure World Starward was sold to Festival Cruises in 1994 their second ship becoming the Bolero In 2000 Bolero is chartered to First Choice Cruises although it has been announced that the charter will not be renewed for 2001 Following the collapse of Festival Cruises Bolero became the Orient Queen of Orient Queen Shipping Bolero details 12949 Gross Tons Length 450ft Passengers 850 Crew 240 Speed 16 knots Engines 2 x MAN 12792 Kw A complete history of this ship is available on this link Festival official card of Bolero A later Festival official card of Bolero In year 2000 Festival chartered the Bolero to UK Operator First Choice during the summer This is an official First Choice card of Bolero The charter is not to be repeated in 2001 Ramsey Postcards serial no 90 of Bolero RMGS postcard of Bolero on charter to SCL Spanish Cruise Line Photo RMGS Flamenco Festival 1998 2003 Flamenco was to have been a sistership to Norwegian Caribbean Line s Southward to be named Seaward Norwegian Caribbean Line pulled out of the deal after price rises following the Italian builders nationalization and the hull was sold to P O The new ship was named Spirit of London and she was eventually completed in the autumn of 1972 When P O later acquired Princess Cruises in 1974 Spirit of London was transferred to that fleet becoming the Sun Princess Sun Princess was sold to Premier Cruises in 1988 becoming StarShip Majestic one of their big red boats and she retained the red hull when bought by CTC Lines in 1994 as Southern Cross In 1998 she became the third ship in the

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  • Fred Olsen Cruise Lines - Cruise Ship Postcards
    separate identity Royal Viking Star became the Westward in the main NCL fleet in 1990 and was then transferred to Royal Cruise Line in 1993 as the Star Odyssey The Royal Viking Line name was sold to Cunard in 1994 Star Odyssey was sold to Fred Olsen in 1996 becoming the Black Watch In 2006 she will be joined in the Fred Olsen fleet by the Boudicca originally her sister ship Royal Viking Sky Complete history of Black Watch 3 Official Fred Olsen postcard of Black Watch Official Fred Olsen postcard of Black Watch Variations with and without logo Official Fred Olsen postcard of Black Watch Official Fred Olsen postcard of Black Watch Official Fred Olsen postcard of Black Watch Official Fred Olsen postcard of Black Watch Official Fred Olsen postcard of Black Watch Official Fred Olsen postcard of Black Watch Official Fred Olsen postcard of Black Watch Official Fred Olsen postcard of Black Watch Official Fred Olsen postcard of Black Watch Simplon Postcards issue sc2162 of Black Watch released August 2006 Photo Copyright Ian Boyle Calshot 22nd April 2006 Click to open larger image in new window Photo Ian Boyle Calshot 22nd April 2006 Click to open larger image in new window Braemar Fred Olsen 2001 Braemar was built as Crown Dynasty in 1993 for Effjohn International s Crown Cruise Line and spent time on charter to Cunard under the marketing name Cunard Crown Dynasty For the 1997 season she was chartered to Majesty Cruise Line and operated as Crown Majesty on cruises which had already been arranged for Crown Dynasty but at the end of that season her charter was passed to Norwegian Cruise Line as the Norwegian Dynasty At the end of the charter in 1999 she reverted back to being the Crown Dynasty until sold to Fred Olsen Cruises in 2001 as the Braemar She was lengthened in Germany in 2008 Complete history of Braemar A postcard of Crown Dynasty showing final state before purchase by Fred Olsen This is the first postcard of Braemar that I have been sent This is a plain backed over sized card A Fred Olsen standard sized official postcard of Braemar A Fred Olsen standard sized official postcard of Braemar A Fred Olsen standard sized official postcard of Braemar Chantry Classics postcard CC S316 of Braemar Photo Clive Harvey A Fred Olsen Cruises official postcard of Braemar Click to open a larger image in a new window A Fred Olsen Cruises official postcard of Braemar Click to open a larger image in a new window Fred Olsen official postcard of Braemar Scan Peter Raywell Click to open larger image in new window Photograph of Braemar leaving Dover Photo Ian Boyle 21st May 2005 Click to open larger image in new window Photograph of Braemar at Dover Photo Ian Boyle 31st May 2005 Click to open larger image in new window Photograph of Braemar leaving Dover Photo Ian Boyle 31st May 2005 Braemar after stretching Braemar returned to Southampton in July

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  • Golden Sun Cruise Line Postcards
    Associated Pages Costa Cruises MSC Crociere Italiane Renaissance Cruises StarLauro Cruise Ship Postcard Galleries Ocean Liner Postcard Galleries Simplon Postcards Home Page Table of Ship Histories Name Other Names Built Arcadia Arkadia Angelina Lauro II 1968 Aegean I Aegean Dolphin 1973 Aegean Spirit Provence EnricoCosta Symphony Ocean Glory I 1950 Golden Sun Fleet List Arcadia Built in 1968 as the Trasmediterranea ferry Vincente Puchol Bought by Attika Shipping in 1987 and renamed Arkadia Rebuilt as a cruise ship 1989 and renamed Arcadia Chartered to StarLauro from 1989 91 and renamed Angelina Lauro II Operating for Golden Sun on Mediterranean cruises since 1998 still owned by Attika An official Golden Sun Cruises card is shown below This official Golden Sun Cruises card of Arcadia is rather better than the one above Aegean I 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 In 1995 she is listed as operating for Epirotiki She was renamed Aegean I in whilst on charter to Renaissance Cruises in 1996 Operating for Golden Sun on Mediterranean cruises since 1998 still owned by Dolphin Hellas An official Golden Sun Cruises card is shown below This official Golden Sun Cruises card of Aegean I is rather better than the one above Ramsey postcard 105 in Golden Sun Cruises card is shown below Aegean Spirit Built in 1950 as the SGTM liner Provence Bought by Costa in 1965 and renamed Enrico C in 1987 becoming Enrico Costa Sold to StarLauro renamed Mediterranean Shipping Cruises MSC in 1995 as Symphony in 1994 On charter to Golden Sun in 2000 for Atlantic Isles and Mediterranean cruises as Aegean II then Aegean Spirit Current colours are shown in the card below This

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  • HAPAG-Lloyd Cruise Ship Postcards
    fouled the rocks near a breakwater in Cadiz She managed to reach the quay but sank alongside soon afterwards Although subsequently raised she was sold for scrap in 1985 Complete history of Europa 2 Official Hapag Lloyd AG postcard of Europa 2 Official Hapag Lloyd AG postcard of Europa 2 Official Hapag Lloyd AG postcard of Europa 2 Official Hapag Lloyd AG postcard of Europa 2 Official Hapag Lloyd AG postcard of Europa 2 Official Hapag Lloyd AG postcard of Europa 2 Official Hapag Lloyd AG postcard of Europa 2 Official Hapag Lloyd AG information card of Europa 2 Click on the image to open a larger version in a new window Europa 3 HAPAG 1981 1999 Europa 3 was built for Hapag Lloyd in 1981 by Bremer Vulkan She weighs 37012grt is 656ft long and has engines of 28900hp Europa 3 carried 770 passengers and cruised worldwide for Hapag Lloyd until 1999 when she passed to Star Cruises on delivery of Europa 4 In 2000 she is the SuperStar Aries after being originally renamed SuperStar Europe Complete histoty of Europa 3 Hapag Lloyd AG official postcard of Europa 3 Hapag Lloyd AG official postcard of Europa 3 Hapag Lloyd AG official postcard of Europa 3 Hapag Lloyd Kreuzfahrten official postcard of Europa 3 Hapag Lloyd Kreuzfahrten official postcard of Europa 3 Hapag Lloyd Kreuzfahrten official postcard of Europa 3 Hapag Lloyd Kreuzfahrten official postcard of Europa 3 Bremen 6 HAPAG 1993 Bremen 6 was originally built as the Frontier Spirit of Frontier Cruises by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries at Kobe She was sold to Hapag Lloyd in 1993 Complete history of Bremen 6 Hapag Lloyd Kreuzfahrten card of Bremen 6 Hapag Lloyd Kreuzfahrten card of Bremen 6 Hapag Lloyd Kreuzfahrten card of Bremen 6 Hapag Lloyd Tours postcard of Bremen 6 This Hapag Lloyd Tours postcard is serial number S14B This interesting Hapag Lloyd Tours card shows all six ships named Bremen owned by Norddeutsche Lloyd and Hapag Lloyd This card of Bremen 6 was issued for Raymond Whitcomb who arrange tours on her In 2001 Bremen 6 lost her distinctive blue hull as shown in this official Hapag Lloyd postcard Columbus 3 HAPAG 1997 Columbus 3 was built by MTW Schiffswerft Wismar Germany She was completed for Hapag Lloyd in 1997 is 14903grt in size has dimensions 144 0 x 21 5 x 5 1 m and she has 420 berths Engines consist of 4 x Wartsila 10560kW giving a service speed of 18 5 knots Note that the ship actually carries the name c Columbus but since Hapag refer to her simply as Columbus I have followed suit on these pages Complete history of Columbus 3 An official Hapag Lloyd art card of Columbus 3 released before entering service An official Hapag Lloyd photographic card of Columbus 3 in Hamburg A further Hapag Lloyd photographic card of Columbus 3 An interesting Hapag Lloyd postcard showing a painting of an imaginary meeting of Columbus 2 and Columbus 3 off

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  • Hebridean Island Cruises - Cruise Ship Postcards
    Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Table of Ship Histories Name Other names Built Hebridean Princess Columba 1964 Hebridean Princess Postcards Complete history of Hebridean Princess Chantry Classics postcard CC S137 of Hebridean Princess using an official Hebridean Island Cruises photograph Official postcard of Hebridean Princess using the same photograph as the card above Official postcard of Hebridean Princess Note the car hoist forward of the bridge still survives on these early postcards The car deck was later refitted as additional cabins as shown on subsequent cards Official postcard of Hebridean Princess produced by Islands Picture Library HP2 An official postcard of the Western Isles Hotel Tobermory with Hebridean Princess at the pier Published Islands Picture Library WI2 Oversized official postcards of Hebridean Princess Oversized official postcards of Hebridean Princess Oversized official postcards of Hebridean Princess These interior and deck views of Hebridean Princess are taken from the backs of the large postcards shown above Hebridean Princess Photographs Photograph of Hebridean Princess at Peel Isle of Man Photo Jenny Williamson 10th July 2005 Photograph of Hebridean Princess at Peel Isle of Man Photo Jenny Williamson 10th July 2005 Photograph of Hebridean Princess at Tibury Hebridean Princess called at Tibury whilst travelling from Oban to Lowstoft to be inspected by HM Queen Elizabeth II who proposes to use her for a private charter to celebrate her 80th birthday in 2006 More pictures of Hebridean Princess at Tibury Photo Ian Boyle 13th November 2005 Photograph of Hebridean Princess at Tibury Photo Ian Boyle 13th November 2005 Hebridean Spirit Hebridean Spirit was built as Renaissance Si x for Renaissance Cruises in 1991 in 1997 she was sold to Sun Cruises and renamed Sun Viva 2 Sun Cruises faced bankruptcy following the loss of their Sun Viva ex Galileo Galilei Meridian and their surviving

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  • Kavounides Line Postcards - Greek Shipping Line
    Page References Search This Website powered by FreeFind Table of Ship Histories Name Other names Built Constellation Anna Nery Danaos Regent Spirit Morning Star Salamis Glory 1962 Danaos Anna Nery Constellation Regent Spirit Morning Star Salamis Glory 1962 Kavounides Fleet List Adonis Official postcard of Adonis Scan Rogerio Gouveia Atlantis Official postcard of Atlantis Scan Rogerio Gouveia Postcard of Atlantis at Santorini Danaos Constellation K Lines 1978 1987 Official postcard

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  • Holiday Kreuzfahrten - Mona Lisa - Lili Marleen - Simplon Postcards
    P O Cruises in the Australian then British markets she was later transferred to the US market and appeared in Princess Cruises colours She eventually returned to P O Cruises and has subsequently been renamed Victoria In Winter 1999 2000 Victoria operated a cruise on charter to the Union Castle Line and received a red black funnel It was announced in February 2001 that Victoria would be withdrawn and replaced in the P O Cruises fleet from November 2002 with the Princess Cruises ship Ocean Princess which would be renamed Oceana from November 2002 Victoria was sold to Leonardo Shipping who chartered her to Holiday Kreuzfahrten as Mona Lisa Complete history of Mona Lisa An official postcard of Mona Lisa with initial funnel colours Mona Lisa with initial funnel colours Mona Lisa at Dubrovnik Photo Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Mona Lisa at Dubrovnik Photo Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Mona Lisa at Dubrovnik Photo Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Mona Lisa showing later red funnel Photo Peter Therkildsen 2003 Mona Lisa at Dubrovnik Photo Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Mona Lisa at Dubrovnik Photo Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Mona Lisa at Dover on one of her last cruises before the failure of Holiday Kreuzfahrten Photo Ian Boyle 1st September 2006 Click to open larger image in new window Mona Lisa at Dover Photo Ian Boyle 1st September 2006 Click to open larger image in new window Mona Lisa at Dover Photo Ian Boyle 1st September 2006 Click to open larger image in new window Mona Lisa at Dover Photo Ian Boyle 1st September 2006 Click to open larger image in new window Mona Lisa at Dover Photo Ian Boyle 1st September 2006 Click to open larger image in new window Mona Lisa at Dover Photo Ian Boyle 1st September 2006 Click to open larger image in new window Mona Lisa at Dover Photo Ian Boyle 1st September 2006 Click to open larger image in new window Mona Lisa at Dover Photo Ian Boyle 1st September 2006 Click to open larger image in new window Mona Lisa at Dover Photo Ian Boyle 1st September 2006 Click to open larger image in new window Lili Marleen Holiday Kreuzfahrten charter 2006 Launched by Burmeister Wain in Copenhagen in 1974 Cunard Countess was moved to La Spezia for fitting out entering service with Cunard Line in August 1976 Sistership was Cunard Princess She originally had a white funnel like the Cunard Adventurer which she replaced in service Cunard Countess was given Cunard funnel colours in 1980 In 1982 83 she was used as a troop ship during the Falklands conflict Cunard Countess was sold to Royal Olympic in 1997 becoming the Olympic Countess later Olympia Countess Following the collapse of Royal Olympia in 2004 Olympia Countess was bought by Majestic International Cruises who renamed her Ocean Countess

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