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  • Pacific Steam Navigation Company Postcards - Page 2: 1900-1913
    the South American routes too In 1904 the South Atlantic route was Liverpool La Pallice La Rochelle Corunna Vigo Lisbon Recife Salvador Rio de Janeiro Montevideo Buenos Aires Port Stanley Falklands Punta Arenas Coronel Talcahuano and Valparaiso By 1906 brighter prospects in their original trading area allowed PSNCo to sell their Australian interests to Royal Mail Lines along with the four PSNCo vessels used and the Australian service became known as Orient Royal Mail Line The new partners did not get along and Royal Mail Lines pulled out of the partnership with Orient Line in 1909 By 1910 it was apparent that traffic patterns to South America were changing with the opening of new railways and construction of the Panama Canal opened 1915 Collaboration was necessary with PSNCo s main competitor Royal Mail and the larger company acquired PSNCo in 1910 buff funnels replacing the previous black The swapping of ships between the two fleets became frequent New laws in Chile forced the end of the coastal service in the 1920s Ships on This Page Andes 1913 Orcoma 1908 1933 Oriana 1906 1926 Orita 1903 1931 Oronsa 1906 18 Ortega 1906 1927 PSNCo Pages PSNCo Header Page PSNCo Page 1 Pre 1900 PSNCo Page 2 1900 1913 PSNCo Page 3 1914 1939 PSNCo Page 4 1939 1964 Associated Pages Orient Line Royal Mail Lines Ferry Postcards Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Search This Website powered by FreeFind PSNCo Fleet List Page 2 1900 1913 Orita 1903 1931 Orita at 9250 gross tons was the largest liner sailing to South America when built In 1919 made the second PSNCo voyage via Panama Canal but remained on the east coast route for most voyages Increasingly most traffic was carried to Argentina so the longer eastern route to

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  • Pacific Steam Navigation Company Postcards - Page 3: 1914-1939
    By the depression of the 1930s five round trips by Reina Del Pacifico and a combined seven by Orbita and Orduña 1 were sufficient to carry all passengers After World War 2 the steamers were dropped without replacement In 1956 Reina Del Pacifico was joined by the new steamer Reina Del Mar although they only ran concurrently for 2 years In 1964 Reina Del Mar was converted to a cruise ship under Union Castle management and the era of Pacific Steam passenger services came to an end Ships on This Page Ebro 1920 1935 Essequibo 1920 1935 Orbita 1920 1935 Orca 1918 1927 Orcana 1922 1924 Orduña 1 1914 1941 Oropesa 2 1920 1941 Oroya 3 1923 1939 Oruba 2 1921 1924 Reina Del Pacifico 1931 1958 PSNCo Pages PSNCo Header Page PSNCo Page 1 Pre 1900 PSNCo Page 2 1900 1913 PSNCo Page 3 1914 1939 PSNCo Page 4 1939 1964 Associated Pages Orient Line Royal Mail Lines Ferry Postcards Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Search This Website powered by FreeFind PSNCo Fleet List Page 3 1914 1939 Orduña 1 1914 1941 Orbita 1914 1935 Orca 1918 1927 Orduña Orbita and Orca were built for the PSNCo South American services PSNCo ownership had been with Royal Mail Lines since 1910 and transfers between fleets followed Orduña was transferred from PSNCo to Royal Mail for their Hamburg New York service in 1921 reverting back to PSNCo in 1927 Orbita was chartered from PSNCo for Royal Mail s Hamburg NY service in 1921 and fully transferred in 1923 In 1927 she reverted to PSNCo Orca transferred to Royal Mail Lines from PSNCo in 1923 In 1927 she was sold to White Star Line and renamed Calgaric Official PSNCo art postcard of Orduña PSNCo postcard of Orduña Card back of the PSNCo postcard of Orduña shown above PSNCo postcard of Orduña PSNCo postcard of Orduña Postcard of Orduña Official postcard of Orduña in Royal Mail Lines service to New York Official postcard of Orduña in Royal Mail Lines service to New York Postcard of Orduña Postcard of Orbita C R Hoffman postcard of Orbita in Royal Mail Lines service Official postcard of Orca in Royal Mail Lines service to New York C R Hoffman postcard of Orca in Royal Mail Lines service Oropesa 2 1920 1941 Oropesa 2 was chartered to parent company Royal Mail between 1921 22 for their New York service She was torpedoed and sunk off Ireland in 1941 Essequibo 1922 1935 Ebro 1922 1935 Essequibo was built for the PSNCo parent company Royal Mail in 1914 She was transferred to the PSNCo in 1922 In 1935 she was sold to the USSR as the Neva Ebro was built for Royal Mail in 1915 and was transferred to the PSNCo in 1922 She became the Princess Olga of Jugoslavenska Lloyd in 1935 and then served as Serpa Pinto of Companhia Colonial de Navegacao from 1940 1955 PSNCo postcard of Ebro Photograph of Princeza Olga

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  • Pacific Steam Navigation Company Postcards - Page 4: 1945-1964
    the new steamer Reina Del Mar although they only ran concurrently for 2 years In 1964 Reina Del Mar was converted to a cruise ship under Union Castle management and the era of Pacific Steam passenger services came to an end Ships on This Page Cuzco 2 1951 1965 Reina Del Mar 1956 1964 PSNCo Pages PSNCo Header Page PSNCo Page 1 Pre 1900 PSNCo Page 2 1900 1913 PSNCo Page 3 1914 1939 PSNCo Page 4 1939 1964 Associated Pages Orient Line Royal Mail Lines Ferry Postcards Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Search This Website powered by FreeFind Table of Ship Histories Name Other names Built Reina Del Mar 1956 PSNCo Fleet List Page 4 1945 1964 Cuzco 2 1951 1965 Reina Del Mar 1956 1964 Reina Del Mar was the last PSNCo pasenger ship on their South American route entering service in April 1956 She had been built by Harland Wolff in Belfast and was 20234 gross tons and 560ft long She carried 207 first 216 cabin and 343 tourist class passengers She ran for PSNCo for only eight years before being withdrawn from the South American run in March 1964 Reina Del Mar was sent back after her builders in Belfast for conversion into a two class cruise ship with 1047 passengers She was chartered to the Travel savings Association which was jointly owned by Union Castle Line Canadian Pacific Royal Mails Lines and the founder Max Wilson She reappeared in June 1964 with the black TSA logo on a yellow funnel and was managed by Union Castle who then took full ownership of TSA in October 1964 In November she was converted into a one class ship with 1026 berths although capacity was restricted to 998 and was repainted in full

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  • Reina Del Mar (1956) - Pacific Steam Navigation Company - Union-Castle Line
    1939 1964 Union Castle Pages Union Castle Header Page Union Castle Page 1 Union SS Company up to 1900 Union Castle Page 2 Castle Line up to 1900 Union Castle Page 3 Union Castle 1900 1914 Union Castle Page 4 Union Castle 1915 1939 Union Castle Page 5 Union Castle 1940 1970 Associated Pages Canadian Pacific Royal Mail Lines Ferry Postcards Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Search This Website powered by FreeFind References UNION CASTLE LINE A Fleet History by Peter Newall Published by Carmania Press in 1999 This is the definitive history of the Union Castle Line Available from Mainmast Books Reina Del Mar PSNCo 1956 1964 Reina Del Mar was the last PSNCo pasenger ship on their South American route entering service in April 1956 She had been built by Harland Wolff in Belfast and was 20234 gross tons and 560ft long She carried 207 first 216 cabin and 343 tourist class passengers She ran for PSNCo for only eight years before being withdrawn from the South American run in March 1964 Reina Del Mar was sent back after her builders in Belfast for conversion into a two class cruise ship with 1047 passengers She was chartered to the Travel savings Association which was jointly owned by Union Castle Line Canadian Pacific Royal Mail Lines and the founder Max Wilson Reina Del Mar reappeared in June 1964 with the black TSA logo on a yellow funnel and was managed by Union Castle PSNCo postcard of Reina Del Mar Card back of the PSNCo postcard of Reina Del Mar shown above PSNCo postcard of Reina Del Mar Salmon postcard 5339 of Reina Del Mar Painting J Nicholson Photograph of Reina Del Mar Reina Del Mar Union Castle 1964 1975 Reina Del Mar ran for

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  • Paquet Mermoz - Serenade - Ocean Liner - Cruise Ship - Photographs - Postcards
    de Paquebots in 1965 initially retaining her name She was later converted to be more suitable for cruising and renamed Mermoz Mermoz was sold in 1998 but soon passed to Louis Cruise Lines as the Serenade Crosieres Paquet postcard of Mermoz with original white funnel Click to open larger image in new window Photograph of Mermoz at Zeebrugge Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Photograph of Mermoz at Malta Click to open larger image in new window Crosieres Paquet postcard of Mermoz with funnel logo Crosieres Paquet postcard of Mermoz Scan Ken Murayama Crosieres Paquet postcard of Mermoz Click to open larger image in new window Crosieres Paquet postcard of Mermoz Click to open larger image in new window Crosieres Paquet postcard of Mermoz Click to open larger image in new window Postcard of Mermoz at Aalesund Click to open larger image in new window Simplon Postcards sc2144 of Mermoz at Grand Cayman released in June 1999 Follow this link to see a list of all Simplon cruise ship postcards Mermoz off Cyprus following acquisition by Louis Cruises in October 1999 Photo Mike Tedstone Serenade Louis Cruise Lines 2000 2008 Louis Cruises Lines Serenade is better known as the cruise ship Mermoz of Croisieres Paquet She was acquired by Louis to operate the itinerary of Ausonia which had been chartered to First Choice in 2000 In turn Louis chartered the Sapphire released by Thomson back to Paquet Serenade was sold for breaking up in 2008 arriving at Alang on June 14th with the temporary name Serena Louis postcards not available yet If you can help please email simplon simplon co uk Serenade arriving at Rhodes 23rd August 2003 Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Serenade arriving at Rhodes 23rd August

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  • Simplon Cruise Ship & Ocean Liner Postcards
    SOLD OUT sc2060 CANBERRA sc2061 AMERIKANIS sc2062 DAPHNE sc2063 SENSATION sc2064 RYNDAM sc2065 CANBERRA sc2066 CANBERRA ORIANA sc2067 ORIANA sc2068 Oriana Canberra SOLD OUT sc2069 Oriana SOLD OUT sc2070 SEA PRINCESS sc2071 Oriana 1960 ship SOLD OUT sc2072 ORIANA maiden voyage sc2073 ORIANA sc2074 QUEEN ELIZABETH 2 sc2075 NIEUW AMSTERDAM current sc2076 SOUTHERN CROSS CTC Line sc2077 CRYSTAL SYMPHONY sc2078 CRYSTAL HARMONY sc2079 STAR PRINCESS sc2080 CROWN PRINCESS sc2081 SUN PRINCESS maiden voyage sc2082 SUN PRINCESS maiden voyage sc2083 ISLAND PRINCESS sc2084 IMAGINATION sc2085 INSPIRATION sc2086 FESTIVALE sc2087 ROTTERDAM sc2088 LEGEND OF THE SEAS sc2089 SPLENDOUR OF THE SEAS sc2090 STELLA MARIS II sc2091 QUEEN ELIZABETH 2 sc2092 ROYAL VIKING SUN sc2093 AIDA maiden voyage sc2094 UNITED STATES sc2095 MAXIM GORKIY sc2096 REGAL EMPRESS sc2097 ENRICO COSTA sc2098 SYMPHONY Star Lauro sc2099 SYMPHONY MSC sc2100 OCEANBREEZE sc2101 ISLANDBREEZE sc2102 SEABREEZE sc2103 NIEUW AMSTERDAM 1938 sc2104 ROTTERDAM sc2105 NORWAY sc2106 VISTAFJORD sc2107 ORIANA 1960 sc2108 CANBERRA sc2109 CANBERRA sc2110 CANBERRA sc2111 CANBERRA sc2112 CANBERRA sc2113 CANBERRA sc2114 CANBERRA sc2115 CANBERRA sc2116 CANBERRA sc2117 CANBERRA sc2118 CENTURY sc2119 GALAXY sc2120 MERCURY sc2121 c COLUMBUS sc2122 VEENDAM sc2123 DAWN PRINCESS sc2124 SUN PRINCESS sc2125 ENCHANTMENT of the SEAS sc2126 RHAPSODY of the SEAS sc2127 EDINBURGH CASTLE ex EUGENIO C SOLD OUT sc2128 APOLLON SOLD OUT sc2129 TOPAZ sc2130 REMBRANDT SOLD OUT sc2131 ROTTERDAM VI SOLD OUT sc2132 ARCADIA sc2133 ELATION sc2134 R ONE SOLD OUT sc2135 Disney Magic SOLD OUT sc2136 DEUTSCHLAND sc2137 ALBATROS sc2138 SEA PRINCESS 1998 sc2139 SEA PRINCESS Victoria sc2140 FAIR PRINCESS sc2141 ORIANA sc2142 NORWAY sc2143 IMPERIAL MAJESTY sc2144 MERMOZ sc2145 TROPICALE sc2146 HOLIDAY sc2147 PARADISE sc2148 DISNEY WONDER sc2149 EMERALD sc2150 ENCHANTED ISLE sc2151 FUNCHAL sc2152 VICTORIA sc2153 ARCADIA sc2154 MISTRAL sc2155 NORWEGIAN SKY sc2156 SUPERSTAR VIRGO sc2157 ARCADIA 1954 sc2158 AURORA sc2159 GRAND PRINCESS Alphabetical List of Ships Names sc2038 Achille Lauro SOLD OUT sc2093 AIDA maiden voyage sc2137 ALBATROS sc2013 America SOLD OUT sc2061 AMERIKANIS sc2043 Anastasis SOLD OUT sc2128 APOLLON SOLD OUT sc2157 ARCADIA 1954 sc2132 ARCADIA sc2153 ARCADIA sc2158 AURORA sc2005 BALTIKA sc2004 BIRKA PRINCESS sc2039 Britanis SOLD OUT sc2121 c COLUMBUS sc2060 CANBERRA sc2065 CANBERRA sc2108 CANBERRA sc2109 CANBERRA sc2110 CANBERRA sc2111 CANBERRA sc2112 CANBERRA sc2113 CANBERRA sc2114 CANBERRA sc2115 CANBERRA sc2116 CANBERRA sc2117 CANBERRA sc2045 Canberra SOLD OUT sc2066 CANBERRA ORIANA sc2118 CENTURY sc2018 Constitution SOLD OUT sc2046 Costa Classica SOLD OUT sc2009 Crown Odyssey SOLD OUT sc2080 CROWN PRINCESS sc2078 CRYSTAL HARMONY sc2017 Crystal Harmony SOLD OUT sc2077 CRYSTAL SYMPHONY sc2062 DAPHNE sc2123 DAWN PRINCESS sc2136 DEUTSCHLAND sc2135 Disney Magic SOLD OUT sc2148 DISNEY WONDER sc2030 Dreamward SOLD OUT sc2010 Ecstasy SOLD OUT sc2127 EDINBURGH CASTLE ex EUGENIO C sc2133 ELATION sc2149 EMERALD sc2150 ENCHANTED ISLE sc2051 Enchanted Isle SOLD OUT sc2125 ENCHANTMENT of the SEAS sc2052 ENRICO COSTA sc2097 ENRICO COSTA sc2140 FAIR PRINCESS sc2020 Fair Princess SOLD OUT sc2021 FAIRSKY sc2002 FEDOR SHALYAPIN sc2048 FESTIVALE sc2086 FESTIVALE sc2007 FUJI MARU sc2151 FUNCHAL sc2036 FUNCHAL sc2119 GALAXY sc2057 GOLDEN PRINCESS sc2159 GRAND PRINCESS sc2008 Gripsholm SOLD OUT sc2146 HOLIDAY sc2084

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  • Fred Olsen - North Sea Ferry Postcards
    Blenheim The Rotterdam cruises did not carry fruit so could take a more leisurely route with stops at Lisbon Casablanca Madeira Las Palmas and Tenerife which took 14 days for the return voyage This pattern continued until 1975 from which time the summer services were opearted under the joint title of Fred Olsen Bergen Line The funnel retained the Fred Olsen houseflag throughout the year but the three white bands of Bergen Line were added A complete history of this ship is available on this link Official Fred Olsen postcard of Black Prince Early editions from 1966 70 carried the text Fred Olsen Lines 10000 ton stabilised passenger liner Black Prince Winter Service London Canary Islands Summer Service Harwich Kristiansand Amsterdam Later editions 1970 75 carried the text Fred Olsen Lines 10000 ton stabilised passenger liner Black Prince Rotterdam Canary Islands Sailing in the winter cruise service Official Fred Olsen postcard of Black Prince with text M S Black Prince 9500 tons 350 passengers London Canaries Servic of Fred Olsen Lines Official Fred Olsen postcard of Black Prince although issued to cover all four names Black Watch Black Prince Jupiter and Venus From 1975 the summer services were opearted under the joint title of Fred Olsen Bergen Line The funnel retained the Fred Olsen houseflag throughout the year but the three white bands of Bergen Line were added Official Fred Olsen Bergen Line postcard of the Venus In the early 1980s DFDS was expanding in the North Sea and for the summers of 1982 84 they operated the Venus and sistership Jupiter under charter on Bergen Newcastle and Bergen Amsterdam routes However in 1985 the Bergen Newcastle service was operated by Bergen based Norway Line who chartered the Venus In 1986 the joint ownership agreement between Fred Olsen and Bergen Line came to an end Jupiter passed to Bergen Line and was soon sold to Norway Line Black Prince became wholly owned by Fred Olsen and was completely refitted as a full time cruise ship re entering service in 1987 She operated as one ship cruise line until 1996 when Fred Olsen added the Black Watch 3 Full details of the later Fred Olsen cruise operations are shown on this link A complete history of this ship is available on this link Official DFDS postcard of the Venus on charter from Fred Olsen Bergen Line Official Norway Line postcard of the Venus on charter from Fred Olsen Bergen Line Postcard of the Venus issued by the Newspaper Kiosk at Tyne Commission Quay whilst on charter from Fred Olsen Bergen Line Full details of the later Fred Olsen cruise operations are shown on this link A complete history of this ship is available on this link Christian IV 1968 1984 Christian IV was built by Aalborgs Vaerft A S Ålborg Denmark in 1967 for A S Kristiansands Dampskipsselskap Kristiansand Norway She entered service between Kristiansand Hirtshals in 1968 Soon afterwards Fred Olsen acquired a majority ownership in Kristiansands DS Christian IV was sold in 1984 to Malaysian owners and renamed Pernas Safari In 1994 she was sold to Endeavour Shipping SA Valletta Malta as the Safari and used on a service as Safari Lines betwen Bari Korfu Igoumenitsa In 1996 she was bought by Porto Santo Line Madeira renamed the Lobo Marinho and put into service between Vila Baleira Porto Santo and Funchal Madeira She was replaced by a new built ship in 2003 and was sold to Cabo Verde Line Praia Cape Verde Islands and renamed Lobo des Mares for a service between Mindelo and the island of Praia one return trip per week A complete history of this ship is available on this link Kristiansands DS postcard of Christian IV Fred Olsen postcard of Christian IV Fred Olsen postcard of Christian IV Skagen 1968 1975 Borgholm 1975 84 Skagen was built in Norway in 1958 for for A S Kristiansands Dampskipsselskap Kristiansand Norway She entered service between Kristiansand Hirtshals in 1958 In 1968 Fred Olsen acquired a majority ownership in Kristiansands DS and became Skagen s registered owners In 1975 Skagen was renamed Borgholm She was sold in 1984 and later served as Norghol and Pan Trader Kristiansands DS postcard of Skagen Kristiansands DS postcard of Skagen Kristiansands DS postcard of Skagen Official Fred Olsen postcard of Skagen Photograph as Borgholm Photo Bruce Peter Scan Fakta om Fartyg Blenheim 3 1970 1980 Blenheim 3 was built in 1970 by Upper Clyde Shipsbuilder Ltd Clydebank as 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 A complete history of this ship is available on this link Official Fred Olsen postcard of Blenheim Official Fred Olsen postcard 081 62 of Blenheim Photograph Giovanni Trimboli København 1968 1970 København was built in 1966 for Norge Köpenhamnlinjen Oslo for a service Brevik Fredrikstad Copenhagen The internediate port was changed to Göteborg the following year In 1968 she was sold becoming 60 owned by Fred Olsen and 40 by S D Simonsen of Oslo København was chartered to Cie de Navigation Paquet Marseille for a Marseille to Casablanca service that summer returning to Norway for a Oslo Horten Brevik Copenhagen for Fred

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  • Finlandia Ferry Postcards - Costa Cruise Ship Postcards
    Eurasia International Hong Kong and renamed Golden Princess for casino cruises out of Hong Kong Ship Names on this Page Finlandia Finland Steamship Co 1967 75 Finlandia Finnlines 1975 78 Finnstar Finnlines 1978 1982 Pearl of Scandinavia Pearl Cruises 1982 87 Ocean Pearl Ocean Cruise Lines 1988 94 Pearl Croisieres Paquet 1994 95 Costa Playa Costa Crociere 1995 98 Oriental Pearl Mega Wave 1998 99 Joy Wave Costa Crociere 1999 2000 Golden Princess Eurasia 2000 Associated Pages Costa Crociere Finland Steamship Co Finnlines Viking Lines Ferry Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Search This Website powered by FreeFind Finlandia Finland SS Co 1967 75 Finlandia was delivered by Oy Wärtsilä Ab Helsinki in 1967 to Finska Ångfartygs Ab FÅA for the route Helsinki Copenhagen Travemünde which was marketed as Finlandia Line In 1975 she was sold to Finnlines without change in name or route In 1978 Finlandia was converted to a cruise ferry and renamed Finnstar She commenced cruising in the Mediterranean but was laid up in Toulon in 1980 In 1981 she was sold to I M Skaugen and converted into a luxury cruise ship by Aarlborg Werft returning to service in 1982 as the Pearl of Scandinavia of Pearl Cruises In 1987 Pearl Cruises was sold to Ocean Cruise Lines Pearl of Scandinavia was rebuilt again in 1988 receiving a new bow and funnel and renamed Ocean Pearl In 1990 Ocean Cruise Lines was acquired by Croisieres Paquet The owners of Paquet also owned Costa and management passed to Costa in 1994 The name was changed to Pearl In 1995 Pearl was refurbished and reappeared as the Costa Playa of Costa Official Finlandia Line art postcard of Finlandia Official Finlandia Line postcard of Finlandia Schöning Schmidt postcard Tra719 of Finlandia Postcard of Finlandia at Travemünde Postcard of Finlandia at

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