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  • Saga - Ville de Bordeaux - Nessebar - Ferry Photographs - Ferry Postcards
    USSR ports as the Nessebar until 1975 when she was scrapped Ship Names on this Page Saga Swedish Lloyd 1946 56 Ville de Bordeaux French Line CGT 1956 64 Nessebar Balkenturist 1964 75 Brochure Archive 1951 Brochure 6Mb PDF file 1951 Deckplan Britannia Suecia 1929 6Mb PDF file 1951 Deckplan Saga 1946 6Mb PDF file Associated Pages Swedish Lloyd French Line CGT Page 1B Ferry Postcards Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Recent Updates Simplon Postcards Home Page Search This Website powered by FreeFind Saga 2 Swedish Lloyd 1946 56 Saga the second of this name was ordered from Gotaverken Gothenburg who subcontracted the hull construction to Lindholmes She was launched without machinery in 1940 but laid up until after the war Saga was not completed until May 1946 when she enyered service with Swedish Lloyd between Gothenburg and London Saga was 420ft long 6458grt and carried 340 passengers 160 first 80 second 100 third Four Gotaverken diesels were geared to a single screw and a combined 6700bhp gave a speed of 18 5 knots Saga was designed for winter cruising undertaking voyages in her first year to Norway and the Canaries Saga was sold to CGT French Line in 1956 becoming the Ville de Bordeaux Official Swedish Lloyd postcard of Saga posted on September 14th in her delivery year of 1946 Official Swedish Lloyd postcard of Saga posted from Gotheburg on 15th July 1948 Official Swedish Lloyd postcard of Saga Official Swedish Lloyd postcard of Saga Variation on the card above Scan Rudy Friederich Jolin Wilkenson Gothenburg postcard 325 of Saga Pressbyran Gothenburg postcard 7749 of Saga This uses the same photo as the card above but with the landing gangway touched out Bridge postcard S 20364 of Saga Postcard of Saga at Gothenburg C A Traff

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  • Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship Postcards - Page 2
    of the Seas are shown on this link and photographs are shown on this link Royal Caribbean official postcard serial SD 1 Royal Caribbean official postcard serial SD 1 replaced the card above Aune Postcards serial number 168960 of Splendour of the Seas Photographed by Ole P Rorvik at Oslo Editions d Art Jos postcard of Splendour of the Seas at St Nazaire serial 4418407225 Editions Miegeville Deleville postcard of Splendour of the Seas at St Nazaire posted 1996 Grandeur of the Seas 1996 Vision Class 73817 grt Length 916ft Beam 106ft Gross Tonnage 74000 Passenger Capacity 1950 Cruising Speed 22 knots Grandeur of the Seas 1996 was the first of the four ships in the Vision Class later ships being the Enchantment of the Seas 1997 Rhapsody of the Seas 1997 and Vision of the Seas 1998 although Royal Caribbean also consider the smaller Legend of the Seas 1995 and Splendour of the Seas 1996 to be part of the same class Built by Kvaerner Masa Yards now Aker Shipyard Turku Royal Caribbean official postcard serial G 1 Royal Caribbean official postcard serial G 1 the same as the card above Ramsey postcard 139 of Grandeur of the Seas Enchantment of the Seas 1997 Vision Class 74136 grt Length 916ft Beam 106ft Gross Tonnage 74000 Passenger Capacity 1950 Cruising Speed 22 knots Enchantment of the Seas 1997 was the second of the four ships in the Vision Class other ships being the Grandeur of the Seas 1996 Rhapsody of the Seas 1997 and Vision of the Seas 1998 although Royal Caribbean also consider the smaller Legend of the Seas 1995 and Splendour of the Seas 1996 to be part of the same class Built by Kvaerner Masa Yards now Aker Shipyard Turku Royal Caribbean official postcard serial E 2 Can anyone supply me with a copy of E 1 mailto simplon simplon co uk Chantry Classics serial number CC S261 of Enchantment of the Seas Photographed by Walter Sartori at Southampton Simplon Postcards serial number sc2125 of Enchantment of the Seas issued March 1998 Photographed by Mike Louagie at Southampton 12th July 1997 Rhapsody of the Seas 1997 Vision Class 78491 grt Length 916ft Beam 106ft Gross Tonnage 78500 Passenger Capacity 1950 Cruising Speed 22 knots Rhapsody of the Seas 1997 was the third of the four ships in the Vision Class other ships being the Grandeur of the Seas 1996 Enchantment of the Seas 1997 and Vision of the Seas 1998 although Royal Caribbean also consider the smaller Legend of the Seas 1995 and Splendour of the Seas 1996 to be part of the same class Built by Chantiers de l Atlantique St Nazaire Royal Caribbean postcard serial number RHA of Rhapsody of the Seas Original Postcard Co St Thomas serial number STT 97889 of Rhapsody of the Seas Editions d Art Jos le Doare postcard serial number 4418409507 of Rhapsody of the Seas at Saint Nazaire Editions Mieseville Deleville postcard Nantes serial number 3477980000011 of Rhapsody of the Seas at Saint Nazaire Simplon Postcards serial number sc2126 of Rhapsody of the Seas issued March 1998 Photographed from the Golden Gate Bridge San Francisco by Mike Louagie 7th July 1997 Vision of the Seas 1997 Vision Class 78340 grt Length 916ft Beam 106ft Gross Tonnage 78000 Passenger Capacity 1950 Cruising Speed 22 knots Vision of the Seas 1998 was the last of the four ships in the Vision Class other ships being the Grandeur of the Seas 1996 Enchantment of the Seas 1997 and Rhapsody of the Seas 1997 although Royal Caribbean also consider the smaller Legend of the Seas 1995 and Splendour of the Seas 1996 to be part of the same class Built by Chantiers de l Atlantique St Nazaire Royal Caribbean Official postcard of Vision of the Seas supplied on board in 1998 Printed by Poulton s Print Shop photo by G Watson Astral Graphics Miami serial number Pan 31 of Vision of the Seas in the Panama Canal Astral Graphics Miami serial number Pan 32 of Vision of the Seas in the Panama Canal Astral Graphics Miami serial number CUR 30 of Vision of the Seas at Curacao Ramsey Postcards serial number 104 of Vision of the Seas Photo Philip Cone Harwich Chantry Classics serial number CC S273 of Vision of the Seas Photo Walter Sartori Southampton Vision of the Seas in dry dock at San Francisco Photo Marvin Jensen January 2006 Vision of the Seas at Curacao Scan Peter Raywell Click to open larger image in new window Voyager of the Seas 1999 Voyager Class 137276 grt Voyager of the Seas is 137000 gross tons 1020 ft long 311 1 metres and has a double occupancy capacity of 3114 passengers looked after by 1180 crew Her cruising speed is 22 knots This is the first of five Voyager Class sisterships to be delivered between 1999 and 2003 Later ships are Explorer of the Seas 2000 Adventure of the Seas 2002 Navigator of the Seas 2002 and Mariner of the Seas 2003 Built by Kvaerner Masa Yards now Aker Shipyard Turku An RCCL official postcard serial Voya 1 of Voyager of the Seas is shown below This is RCCL official postcard serial Voya 2 of Voyager of the Seas Maxcards postcard of Voyager of the Seas Photo Roy Cripps Voyager of the Seas at Dubrovnik with Zenith and Ocean Majesty Photo Neven Jerkovic 13th July 2011 Explorer of the Seas 2000 Voyager Class 137276 grt Explorer of the Seas is 142000 gross tons 1020 ft long 311 1 metres and has a double occupancy capacity of 3114 passengers looked after by 1180 crew Her cruising speed is 22 knots She is the second of five Voyager Class sisterships the first being Voyager of the Seas 1999 Later ships are Adventure of the Seas 2002 Navigator of the Seas 2002 and Mariner of the Seas 2003 Built by Kvaerner Masa Yards now Aker Shipyard Turku This is RCCL official postcard serial Et 2 of Explorer

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  • Chandris Amerikanis - Union-Castle Kenya Castle Postcards
    1999 This is the definitive history of the Union Castle Line Available from Mainmast Books Kenya Castle Union Castle 1952 67 Kenya Castle was completed in 1952 for the Union Castle Line round Africa service by Harland Wolff Belfast The second of three sisters built 1951 52 the others being Rhodesia Castle and Braemar Castle In 1967 Kenya Castle was sold to Chandris and renamed Amerikanis Union Castle Line official card with original funnel Union Castle Line official card with modified funnel Revd Father M N W Edwards modern card serial BrS27 Photographed at Zanzibar June 1955 by J B Boulton Amerikanis Chandris Line 1980 84 In 1967 Kenya Castle was sold to Chandris and renamed Amerikanis She was intended for summer Atlantic service but the market had been effectively ended by air competition by the time she was ready for service in 1968 Amerikanis was used initially on cruises from New York later sailing in Europe and the Caribbean Between 1980 84 Amerikanis was chartered to Costa Line reverting to Chandris service from 1984 She was laid up in 1996 A Chandris America Lines card of The American Lady This card was reissued later just with the Chandris name Both cards were printed in England A Chandris card printed in England A Fantasy Cruises card when under Panamanian registry Note the revised foremast and blue hull riband by this time A Chandris Fantasy Cruises card when under Panamanian registry She has received the hull riband but not the new foremast The same photo used on an oversized Chandris card with two itinerary maps Another over sized card An over sized card with Caribbean itinerary An enlargement of the image from the previous card Simplon Postcards sc2061 released March 1995 Photo W H Moojen 16th May 1993 leaving Ijmuiden Netherlands

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  • Swedish Lloyd Patricia - Chandris Bon Vivant
    Ariadne HAPAG 1957 61 Ariadne Eastern Steamship Lines 1961 73 Freeport II Chandris Lines chartered out 1973 74 Bon Vivant Chandris Lines 1974 78 Ariane Chandris Lines 1978 89 Brochure Archive 1951 Brochure 6Mb PDF file 1951 Deckplan Britannia Suecia 1929 6Mb PDF file 1951 Deckplan Saga 1946 6Mb PDF file 1951 Deckplan Patricia 1951 9Mb PDF file Associated Pages Chandris Line Swedish Lloyd Ferry Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Search This Website powered by FreeFind Patricia Swedish Lloyd 1951 57 Patricia was built by Swan Hunter Newcastle in 1951 for Swedish Lloyd for use on the London Tilbury Gothenburg services plus winter Caribbean cruising from New York However she proved to be too large for the route and was sold to Hamburg America Line in 1957 as the Ariadne Swedish Lloyd deck plan of Patricia Scan Roger Dunford Click to open larger image in new window Swedish Lloyd deck plan of Patricia Download larger file 800 KB Click to open larger image in new window A Swedish Lloyd official card of Patricia Printed in Sweden A Swedish Lloyd official card of Patricia Printed in Sweden A Bridge House card serial no S20528 of Patricia Printed in England Jolln A Wilkersen postcard of Patricia at Gothenburg Jolln A Wilkersen postcard of Patricia at Gothenburg with the Stockholm 4 of Swedish America Swedish Lloyd official art postcard of Patricia for when cruising Swedish Lloyd poster of Patricia Photographed and scanned Carl De Boulloche Ariadne HAPAG 1957 61 Patricia was built in England in 1951 for Swedish Lloyd for use on the London Tilbury Gothenburg services plus winter Caribbean cruising from New York However she proved to be too large for the route and was sold to Hamburg America Line in 1957 Refitted as a luxury cruise ship she was renamed Ariadne and used around the world In 1961 Ariadne was sold to Eastern Steamship Line who retained her name Ariadne and used her on Caribbean cruises A J P Exel postcard of Ariadne in HAPAG colours Ariadne Eastern Steamship Lines 1961 72 In 1961 HAPAG s Ariadne was sold to Eastern Steamship Line who retained her name Ariadne and used her on Caribbean cruises In 1972 Ariadne was sold to Chandris Line as part of an exchange sale agreement which saw the Atlantis passed to Eastern She was chartered out as Freeport II from 1973 74 When returned to Chandris in 1974 she was renamed Bon Vivant and placed on Mediterranean cruising An Eastern Steamship Corp official card of Ariadne Another Eastern Cruise Lines postcard of Ariadne with original funnel The only luxury ship for Caribbean Cruises from downtown Miami A later Eastern Steamship Corp official card of Ariadne with new funnel Freeport II chartered from Chandris Lines 1973 74 Photograph of Freeport II in 1973 at Nassau Photo Peter Stafford Click to open larger image in new window I have no official postcards of Freeport II If you can help please email simplon simplon co uk Bon Vivant Chandris Lines

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  • SS Australis - Chandris Lines - Ocean Liner Postcards
    and Page 3 shows photos of Australis at Southampton in 1977 and elsewhere Australis was completed as the America in 1940 After war service as West Point she re entered service with US Lines in 1946 She was bought by Chandris in 1964 operating on the service to Australia from 1965 to 1977 After an unsuccessful attempt to run out of New York for Venture Cruises again named America she returned to Chandris as Italis but was laid up again in 1979 Australis Pages America Australis Postcards Australis Photographs Associated Pages Chandris Lines Celebrity Cruise Lines www ssaustralishomepage co uk www ss australis com Australis Italis Chandris 1965 77 A Chandris Cruises card of Australis issued in different forms many times South to the Sun Summer Cruises The same painting of Australis revised to show the later grey hull Regular Service U K Greece Australia New Zealand A later photographic card of Australis Round the World Service and Cruises A very similar card of Australis but photographed another day Compare the equipment stored on the foredecks Round the World Service and Cruises J Arthur Dixon card SS 6492 of Australis An official Chandris postcard as Italis Photographic card of Italis

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  • Matson Liner Monterey, Matsonia, Lurline - Chandris Liner Britanis
    3rd to tow her The tow proceeded slowly and she called at ports in Brazil and Salvador for hull repairs the tow recommencing on 20th September As she approached the Cape of Good Hope on 20th October she began to take on water and developed a list On the 21st October the tug cut her loose and she sank soon afterwards Ship Names on this Page Britanis Chandris Lines 1970 1970 Lurline Matson Lines 1963 1970 Matsonia Matson Lines 1957 1963 Monterey Matson Lines 1931 1957 Associated Pages UK Excursion Ships Ferry Postcards Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Recent Updates Simplon Postcards Home Page Monterey Matson Lines 1931 1957 Matson Line official card of Monterey Where the ancient Polynesians once traveled in their frail canoes guided only by the stars follows the great Monterey ship of luxury across the Pacific greatest of all oceans between San Francisco Los Angeles and Honolulu Pago Pago Suva Auckland and Sydney This service of Matson luxury liners aims to build good will between the Pacific Coast Hawaii Samoa New Zealand and Australia Matsonia Matson Lines 1957 1963 Matson Line official card of Matsonia ex Monterey One of the smartest most beautifully appointed vessels afloat Completely air conditioned Spacious and distinctively designed public rooms and staterooms The finest in sea travel luxury frequent sailings between San Francisco Los Angeles and Honolulu Lurline Matson Lines 1963 1970 Matson Line official card of Lurline ex Matsonia Monterey San Francisco Los Angeles Honolulu Service Lurline ex Matsonia Monterey leaving San Francisco in March 1970 A modern card published by CT Publishing serial no 067 Britanis Chandris Lines 1970 1970 Chandris Line official card of Britanis UK S Africa Australia New Zealand and round the world Posted from Spain year illegible the message reads Bruised battered bloody but unbowed The ship and crew are extremely good Food very good Weather is BA Sore Sorry Love Pat The same painting in larger continental size with brighter colours Both these cards printed in England Chandris official photographic card printed in England Chandris official card with map printed in Italy serial no C53 90 The same card with different coloured border serial no 298 91 The image from the previous card enlarged Chandris Fantasy Cruises official card printed in USA Chandris Fantasy Cruises official card Van Dorp commercial card of Britanis in Oranjstad Aruba serial no 1052 Editions FISA commercial card of Britanis printed in Spain serial no 900 Manhattan Post Card Co card of Britanis in New York printed in Japan serial no AP819 TX D 0290 Colour View postcard of Britanis in Wellington New Zealand Union SS Co steamer in the foreground serial no WL1136 Simplon Postcards sc2039 now sold out issued August 1993 Photo by Gordon Turner in Playa del Carmen Mexico Chantry Classics CC S180 from a photo by A O Wilhelmi 3rd Britanis Photographs Photograph of Britanis in the Panama Canal Photo Nikos Tzerefos Click to open larger image in new window Photograph of

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  • STM and Chandris Liner Bretagne/Brittany
    Postcards Cruise Ship Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Bretagne SGTM 1951 61 SGTM official card of Bretagne Marseille Genoa South America via Senegal service SGTM official card of Bretagne Italy France Spain Brazil Uruguay Argentina service SGTM official card of Bretagne Bretagne Brittany Chandris 1961 63 Official Europe Australia Line card as Bretagne The message on the above card reads posted from Funchal to a Torquay address date illegible Things

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  • Princess Helene - Carina II - Chandris Lines Postcards
    thirty years on bay of Fundy services before being bought by Chandris in 1964 She received limited internal refurbishing and ran as a budget cruise ship until withdrawn in 1972 being scrapped 5 years later Associated Pages Chandris Line Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page A PECO card of Canadian Pacific s Princess Helene A poor official Chandris Cruises card of Carina II Chandris Line Cruise

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