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  • Sea Goddess - Seabourn Goddess - SeaDream - Passenger Ship Photographs - Passenger Ship Postcards
    twelve years Cunard continued to market them as Sea Goddesses Following the acquisition of Cunard by Carnival in 1998 the ships were transferred to Carnival s Seabourn Cruise Line and were renamed Seabourn Goddess I and Seabourn Goddess II In 2001 they were sold to new company SeaDream Yacht Club and renamed SeaDream I and SeaDream II SeaDream is owned by Atle Brynstead founder of Seabourn Official Cunard postcard used for both Sea Goddess I and Sea Goddess II Sea Goddess II at Dubrovnik Photo Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Sea Goddess II at Dubrovnik Photo Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Sea Goddess I and Sea Goddess II at Dubrovnik Photo Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Seabourn Goddess I Seabourn 1998 2001 Seabourn Goddess II Seabourn 1998 2001 4333 grt 104 8 m long 110 passengers 17 5 knots Seabourn Goddess I II were built as Sea Goddess I II in 1984 1985 by Wartsila Helsinki for Sea Goddess Cruises of Norway After a poor season in 1986 they were chartered to Cunard for twelve years Cunard continued to market them as Sea Goddesses Following the acquisition of Cunard by Carnival in 1998 the ships were transferred to Carnival s Seabourn Cruise Line and were renamed Seabourn Goddess I and II In 2001 they were sold to new company Seadream Yacht Club and renamed SeaDream I II Official Seabourn postcard used for both Seabourne Goddess I and Seabourne Goddess II Click to open larger image in new window Official Seabourn postcard used for both Seabourn Goddess I and Seabourn Goddess II Click to open larger image in new window Ship Guided for Seabourne Goddess I and Seabourne Goddess II Click to open larger image in new window SeaDream I SeaDream Yacht Club 2001 SeaDream II SeaDream Yacht Club 2001 4333 grt 104 8 m long 110 passengers 17 5 knots SeaDream I II were built as Sea Goddess I II in 1984 1985 by Wartsila Helsinki for Sea Goddess Cruises of Norway After a poor season in 1986 they were chartered to Cunard for twelve years Cunard continued to market them as Sea Goddesses Following the acquisition of Cunard by Carnival in 1998 the ships were transferred to Carnival s Seabourn Cruise Line and were renamed Seabourn Goddess I and Seabourn Goddess II In 2001 they were sold to new company SeaDream Yacht Club and renamed SeaDream I and SeaDream II SeaDream is owned by Atle Brynstead founder of Seabourn SeaDream I at Dubrovnik Photo Neven Jerkovic 2004 Click to open larger image in new window SeaDream I at Dubrovnik Photo Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window SeaDream I at Dubrovnik Photo Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window SeaDream I at Dubrovnik Photo Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window SeaDream I at Dubrovnik Photo Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new

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  • Portuguese Liner Infante Dom Henrique, later Vasco da Gama and SeaWind Crown
    but she did not re enter service following the collapse of Premier Cruises In December 2003 SeaWind Crown remained laid up in Barcelona following at charter to Spanish cruise operator Pullmantur but sailed for scrapping soon afterwards Ship Names on this Page Infante Dom Henrique Cia Colonial de Navegacao 1961 75 Vasco da Gama Trans World Cruises 1988 91 SeaWind Crown SeaWind Premier 1991 2000 Associated Pages Cia Colonial de Navegacao Classic International Cruises Dolphin Cruise Line Premier Cruises Pullmantur Portuguese Liners Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Search This Website powered by FreeFind Infante Dom Henrique 1961 1975 Official postcard of Infante Dom Henrique Official postcard of Infante Dom Henrique Postcard of Infante Dom Henrique and Amélia de Mello of Sociedade Geral SG at Lisbon Scan Carlos Monteiro Scan Dimas Almada Vasco da Gama 1988 1991 An attractive art card of Vasco da Gama produced whilst under conversion from a moored hotel ship back into an active cruise ship This is an official Neckermann card produced by her initial charterers The funnel colours are those of Arcalia Shipping of Lisbon I have not seen a photographic card showing these colours the single band being replaced by two narrow bands as shown below Chantry Classics card CC S54 of Vasco da Gama A commercial card of Vasco da Gama in SeaWind Cruise Line colours Issued by the photographer Luis Miguel Correia as serial number LMC009 She shown in Lisbon in 1991 Ownership is listed as Trans World Cruises Panama Arcalia Shipping Lisbon SeaWind Crown 1991 2000 SeaWind Cruise Line issued a number of attractive cards of Vasco da Gama SeaWind Crown This card at St George s Grenada clearly shows both names on the bow The card was later reissued with Vasco da Gama removed A

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  • Cruise Ship AIDA - AIDAcara - Seetouristik/Arkona - AIDA Kreuzfahrten
    1996 99 AIDA Commercial Postcards AIDAcara Aida Cruises Postcards P O Carnival 1999 Aida AIDAcara Aida AIDAcara Photographs Associated Pages AIDA Cruises P O Princess Cruises Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Simplon Postcards facebook page References Click on images for details Aida Company Postcards Deutsche Seetouristik Arkona Reisen 1996 1999 The first official art card of Aida an oversized card released before entering service The painting is by Jochen Sachse and shows Aida off Bonifacio Corsica The same painting was later issued at standard size in both matt and glossy formats A small boat in the left distance of the larger card has disappeared on the smaller releases The first official photographic card of Aida A detailed official photographic card of Aida s bow art released the same time as the card above An official aerial photographic card of Aida using a photo supplied by the builders Kvaerner Masa Yards An official aerial photographic card of Aida An official photographic card of Aida in the River Warnow at Warnemünde the ferry harbour of Rostock An official multi view photographic card of Aida showing the interiors populated by young cruiser passengers Earlier cards carried just the ship s name This and subsequently illustrated cards carry the text AIDA Das Clubschiff Arkona Touristik An official Arkona Touristik photographic card of Aida Click to open larger image in new window An official Arkona Touristik photographic card of Aida An official Arkona Touristik photographic card of Aida An official Arkona Touristik psychedelic art card of Aida Aida Commercial Postcards Postcard announcing AIDA issued by the town of Emden Click to open larger image in new window Simplon Postcards sc2093 released October 1996 showing Aida s maiden voyage from Hamburg on 10 06 99 Photograph by Mike Louagie World Ships

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  • Seven Seas Cruises - Simplon Postcards
    May 2005 Click to open larger image in new window Radisson Diamond in Dubrovnik Photo Neven Jerkovic 25th May 2005 Click to open larger image in new window Radisson Diamond in Dubrovnik Photo Neven Jerkovic 25th May 2005 Click to open larger image in new window Radisson Diamond in Dubrovnik Photo Neven Jerkovic 25th May 2005 Click to open larger image in new window Song of Flower 8382 grt 1995 2003 Song of Flower was built as the ro ro freighter Begonia in 1974 for Fearnley Eger In 1985 she was sent to Lloyd Werft in Bremerhaven for rebuilding as the exploration cruise ship Explorer Starship She was chartered to Exploration Cruise Line until their bankruptcy in 1988 Fearnley Eger re acquired the ship and sold her to Seven Seas Cruise Line a new company set up by Kawasaki Kisen kaisha Line and Skaugen Following conversion into a luxury cruise ship she was renamed Song of Flower in February 1990 Radisson Diamond Cruises took over Seven Seas Cruises in 1995 with its ship Song of Flower and the combined company became Radisson Seven Seas Cruises Song of Flower was sold to the Cie des Iles du Ponant in 2003 Song of Flower in Dubrovnik Photo Neven Jerkovic 22nd October 2002 Click to open larger image in new window Song of Flower in Dubrovnik Photo Ivo Batricevic 23rd October 2002 Click to open larger image in new window Song of Flower in Dubrovnik Photo Ivo Batricevic 22nd October 2002 Click to open larger image in new window Song of Flower in Dubrovnik Photo Ivo Batricevic 24th March 2004 Click to open larger image in new window Song of Flower in Dubrovnik Photo Ivo Batricevic 24th March 2004 Click to open larger image in new window Song of Flower in Dubrovnik Photo Ivo Batricevic 12th March 2004 Click to open larger image in new window Paul Gauguin 19170 grt 1997 Paul Gauguin was built in St Nazaire in 1997 She is 19170 gross tons 156 metres long and carries 320 passengers Ordered by Services et Transports Tahiti she was to have been named Tahiti Nui with hotels management by Radisson Seven Seas However upon completion Seven Seas operated her under lease in French Polynesia Ownership changed in in 2005 but she has continued in service with Seven Seas Paul Gauguin arriving at San Francisco in poor weather Photo Marvin Jensen 9th January 1998 Click to open larger image in new window Photo Marvin Jensen 9th January 1998 Click to open larger image in new window Paul Gauguin arriving at San Francisco Photo Marvin Jensen 9th January 1998 Click to open larger image in new window Photo Marvin Jensen 9th January 1998 Click to open larger image in new window Paul Gauguin Lounge Photo Marvin Jensen 9th January 1998 Click to open larger image in new window Paul Gauguin Restaurant Photo Marvin Jensen 9th January 1998 Click to open larger image in new window Paul Gauguin Show Lounge Photo Marvin Jensen 9th January

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  • Silversea Cruise Ship Postcards
    long Speed 20 5knots Company official postcard of Silver Cloud Company official postcard of Silver Cloud Company official postcard of Silver Cloud Company official postcard of Silver Cloud Company official postcard of Silver Cloud Company official postcard of Silver Cloud Company official postcard of Silver Cloud Company official postcard of Silver Cloud Company official postcard of Silver Cloud Company official postcard of Silver Cloud Scan sent by Staff Captain Walter Bonazza Chantry Classics CC S263 of Silver Cloud Photo by Walter Sartori Photograph of Silver Cloud arriving at Civitavecchia Photo Ian Boyle 10th April 2004 Photograph of Silver Cloud arriving at Civitavecchia Photo Ian Boyle 10th April 2004 Photograph of Silver Cloud at Civitavecchia Photo Ian Boyle 10th April 2004 Photograph of Silver Cloud at Civitavecchia Photo Ian Boyle 10th April 2004 Photograph of Silver Cloud leaving Oostende in 2005 Photo Photo Tropic Yvan Broux Photograph of Silver Cloud leaving Oostende in 2005 Photo Photo Tropic Yvan Broux Photograph of Silver Cloud leaving Oostende in 2005 Photo Harry J Rosveld Silver Wind 1994 148 Suites 296 Passengers 15000grt 514ft long Speed 20 5knots Company official postcard of Silver Wind Company official postcard of Silver Wind Silver Shadow 2000 28000grt 388 Passengers Company official postcard of Silver Shadow Silver Shadow at Greenwich Photo Ian Boyle 12th September 2007 Click to open larger image in new window Photo Ian Boyle Greenwich 12th September 2007 Click to open larger image in new window Photo Ian Boyle Greenwich 12th September 2007 Click to open larger image in new window Photo Ian Boyle Greenwich 12th September 2007 Click to open larger image in new window Photo Ian Boyle Greenwich 12th September 2007 Click to open larger image in new window Photo Ian Boyle Greenwich 12th September 2007 Click to open larger image in new window

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  • Matson Liner Malolo, Matsonia, Atlantic - Chandris Queen Frederica
    charter with UK based Sovereign Cruises from 1970 operating Mediterranean fly cruises out of Palma to Barcelona Algiers Naples Genoa and Cannes She was laid up in the River Dart England and Perama Bay Greece from 1973 until burnt out and then scrapped in 1978 Names on this Page Atlantic Malolo Matsonia Queen Frederica Associated Pages Chandris Lines Home Lines Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Malolo Malolo Matsonia Atlantic Queen Frederica Malolo Matsonia Matson Lines Matson Lines official card of Matsonia renamed from Malolo in 1937 Atlantic Home Lines Home Lines official card of Atlantic Home Lines official card of Atlantic Queen Frederica National Hellenic American Lines National Hellenic American Line official card of Queen Frederica National Hellenic American Line official card of Queen Frederica National Hellenic American Lines card of Queen Frederica Click to open larger image in new window Queen Frederica Chandris Lines Chandris Lines National Hellenic American Line official card of Queen Frederica Chandris Lines National Hellenic American Line official card of Queen Frederica Sun Cruises official card of Queen Frederica Queen Frederica Soveriegn Cruises Charter Queen Frederica had a summer charter with UK based Sovereign Cruises from 1970 operating Mediterranean fly

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  • Star Cruises
    Slite part of the Viking Line consortium ferries Athena and Kalypso purchased in 1993 They had been built in 1989 and 1990 respectively for the Viking Line Sweden Finland services and had become available following the bankruptcy of AB Slite Kalypso was renamed Star Pisces A complete postcard history of Star Pisces is available on this link Three photographic cards of Star Pisces with blue hull The latest card of Star Pisces with white hull Star Aquarius Star Pisces Various cards were issued showing both sisters Star Aquarius and Star Pisces here shown in Penang Star Aquarius and Star Pisces in Singapore Star Aquarius and Star Pisces Star Aquarius and Star Pisces SuperStar Gemini The next large vessel acquired was Crown Jewel in 1994 built in 1992 for the Effjohn group She was renamed S uperStar Gemini The first card issued has a retouched copy of the Aquarius Pisces funnel quite unlike her real funnel MegaStar Aries Also acquired in 1994 were the small cruise ships 2900 grt Aurora I and Aurora I I which became MegaStar Aries and MegaStar Taurus MegaStar Taurus The MegaStar Taurus MegaStar Sagittarius SuperStar Capricorn Superstar Capricorn was built by Oy Wärtsilä Ab Helsinki in June 1973 for Kloster Cruise Line Bergen She entered service as the Royal Viking Sky for Royal Viking Lines which was originally owned by a consortium of owners including Kloster Royal Viking Sky was the third of three sisterships the others being Royal Viking Star 1972 and Royal Viking Sea November 1973 In 1987 Royal Viking Sky was transferred fully to Kloster Group ownership and in 1991 was assigned to Norwegian Cruise Lines NCL as the Sunward In 1992 Sunward was sold to Birka Line Ab and renamed Birka Queen 2 replacing Birka Queen 1 which was sold to Majesty Cruise Line before delivery as the Royal Majesty Birka Queen 2 was introduced on cruise services from Stockholm to Riga and St Petersburg during the summer of 1992 However in October 1992 she was chartered back to Kloster resuming the identity of Sunward for NCL In 1993 she was chartered to Princess Cruises as the Golden Princess 1 This charter continued until new Princess tonnage was delivered in 1996 when Birka Line sold her to Star Cruises as the Superstar Capricorn In 1998 she was chartered to Hyundai Merchant Marine Co Ltd as the Hyundai Keumgang for use on pilgrim traffic between South and North Korea She returned to Star Cruises as Superstar Capricorn in 2001 Superstar Capricorn became the Grand Latino of new Spanish operator Iberojet in January 2004 ship owners were Grand Latino Nav SA She is due to maintain Mediterranean itineraries throughout 2005 In January 2005 it was announced that she had been sold to Fred Olsen Cruises for 2006 delivery and was to be named Boadicea later amended to Boudicca Complete history of Superstar Capricorn This is a retouched Golden Princess card with particularly crude funnel logo SuperStar Europe SuperStar Aries SuperStar Aries was built as

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  • San Giorgio - City of Andros - Ocean Islander - Royal Star - Cruise Ship Postcards
    Star and was used on cruises out of Mombasa to the islands of the Indian Ocean Her sistership City of Myconos ex San Marcos sank at her moorings in 1996 after a lengthy period laid up Links to Ship Names on this Page San Giorgio Adriatica 1956 1976 City of Andros Kyrtatas 1976 1984 Ocean Islander Ocean Cruise Line 1984 1990 Royal Star Starline Cruises 1990 Links to Associated Pages Ocean Cruise Lines Paquet Cruises Ferry Postcards Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Search This Website powered by FreeFind San Giorgio Adriatica 1956 76 San Giorgio was built for Adriatica Line services from Italy to Piraeus Istanbul and Izmir They sailed both from the east coast ports of Trieste and Venice and the west Mediterranean ports of Genoa Naples and Marseilles Passengers totalled 274 in three classes and were 4755 gross tons San Giorgio entered service in 1956 and the round trip from either Trieste or Genoa took 12 days San Giorgio was sold to Andreas and George Kyrtatas of Piraeus in 1976 and was converted into the cruise ship City of Andros Official Adriatica Line postcard of San Giorgio City of Andros Princess Cruises charter 1976 84 San Giorgio was built for Adriatica Line services from Italy to Piraeus Istanbul and Izmir San Giorgio was sold to Andreas and George Kyrtatas of Piraeus in 1976 and was converted into the cruise ship City of Andros She operated on 3 and 4 day cruises out of Piraeus City of Andros was sold in 1984 to new cruise venture Ocean Cruise Lines She was rebuilt into the luxury cruise ship Ocean Islander Ocean Islander Ocean Cruise Line 1984 90 City of Andros was sold in 1984 to new cruise venture Ocean Cruise Lines She was rebuilt into

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