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  • Empresa Insulana de Navegacao - Ocean Liner & Cruise Ship Postcards of Portugal
    Companhia Colonial de Navegacao Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page References Paquetes Portugueses by Luis Miguel Correia published by Edicoes Inapa Table of Ship Histories Name Company Built Funchal Empresa Insulana de Navegacao 1961 Empresa Insulana de Navegacao Carvalho Araújo Empresa Insulana company card of Carvalho Araújo Scan Dimas Almada Empresa Insulana company card of Carvalho Araújo Scan Dimas Almada Empresa Insulana company card of Carvalho Araújo Scan Dimas Almada Postcard of Carvalho Araújo Scan Dimas Almada Lima 11 Lima in service 1922 69 3901 314 passengers ex Westerwald of 1908 Empresa Insulana company card of Lima Scan Dimas Almada Empresa Insulana company card of Lima Scan Dimas Almada Postcard of Lima Scan Dimas Almada Postcard of Lima Funchal 15 Funchal II in service 1961 74 9847grt 400 passengers Complete history of Funchal Empresa Insulana company card of Funchal Scan Dimas Almada Empresa Insulana company card of Funchal Scan Dimas Almada Empresa Insulana company card of Funchal Empresa Insulana company card of Funchal Empresa Insulana company card of Funchal Empresa Insulana company card of Funchal Scan Dimas Almada A later colour official Empresa Insulana card of Funchal with white hull A later colour official Empresa Insulana

    Original URL path: http://www.simplonpc.co.uk/Portugal_Insulana.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Lauro Lines Ocean Liner and Cruise Ship Postcards
    and Roma were rebuilt from WW2 escort carriers in 1948 51 They carried 800 passengers on the Italy Australia route Roma was scrapped in 1967 and Sydney then took this name and was used on Mediterranean cruising She was sold in 1968 and broken up in 1975 Company postcard of Sydney and Roma Company postcard of Roma Company postcard of Sydney and Roma Company postcard of Sydney and Roma Company postcard of Sydney and Roma Company postcard of Sydney and Roma Farrania postcard of Roma Angelina Lauro I 1964 79 Angelina Lauro was completed in 1939 as the Oranje of Nederland Line She left on her maiden voyage to Batavia on September 4th after a cruise from Amsterdam Madeira She remained in Sourabaya following the outbreak of WW2 later transferring to Australia where she was converted to a hospital ship for the Royal Australian Navy though remaining under the Dutch flag Oranje re entered Amsterdam Batavia service in 1946 In 1950 she began a Round the World service via Panama New Zealand Australia Singapore and Suez In 1964 she was sold to Achille Lauro who renamed her Angelina Lauro As with fellow Dutch liner Willem Ruys Achille Lauro conversion was seriously delayed by a fire Angelina Lauro finally re entered service from Europe to Australia and New Zealand in 1966 In 1972 she became a fulltime cruise ship In 1978 Angelina Lauro was chartered to Costa She was destroyed by a galley fire during a Caribbean cruise in March 1979 Whilst being towed to Kaohsiung for scrapping she began taking on water and then sank in mid Pacific on September 21st 1979 A complete history of this ship is available on this link A Lauro company postcard A Lauro company postcard In 1978 Angelina Lauro was chartered to Costa but was destroyed by fire the following year Costa company postcard Scan Dimas Almada Costa company postcard Scan Dimas Almada Achille Lauro 1964 87 The Willem Ruys was laid down in January 1939 shortly before the outbreak of WW2 Little work was carried out during the war often held up by resistance groups Willem Ruys was finally launched in July 1946 and delivered in November 1947 with the maiden voyage Rotterdam Indonesia starting on December 2nd This service was operated until December 1957 when political changes caused its cessation Willem Ruys ran a number of transatlantic crossings before being rebuilt for a round the world service which started in 1959 This was not a great success and she was sold to Achille Lauro in 1964 She was named after her new owner but did not enter service until April 1966 following an explosion and fire during conversion work The route was from North Europe Bremerhaven Rotterdam Southampton Genoa Sydney Wellington which operated until 1972 when Achille Lauro became a fulltime cruise ship Lauro Lines were in financial trouble by the late 1970s and the Achille Lauro was arrested in Tenerife in 1982 She lay there for a year until the Italian

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  • Galileo Galilei & Guglielmo Marconi - Lloyd Triestino - Ocean Liner Postcards
    Italian Liner Postcards Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Search This Website powered by FreeFind All pictures are from Lloyd Triestino official postcards unless otherwise stated The abbreviated names Galilei and Galileo are as shown on the card titles both were used Colour art postcard of Galileo Galilei Scan Ken Murayama Monochrome card of Galileo Galilei Monochrome card of Galileo Galilei posted from Singapore to Genova in the 1960s postmark illegible Colour card of Galileo Galilei Similar colour card of Galileo Galilei with ship enlarged Colour card of Guglielmo Marconi at Sydney Colour card of Galileo Galilei at Pago Pago Colour card of one of the sisters at Wellington Colour card of one of the sisters at Sydney Colour card of one of the sisters at Acapulco Colour card of one of the sisters at Las Palmas with a Sitmar ship The first class lounge of Marconi The tourist class Olimpia Lounge of Galilei The cinema children s room and children s lido on Galileo The tourist class dining room of Galileo Folk dance aboard Galilei Crossing the line ceremony on one of the sisters Commercial card of Guglielmo Marconi at Sydney Scan John E Hoskin

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  • Messageries Maritimes Page 4 - Ocean Liner Postcards
    of individual ship histories Messageries Maritimes MM Pages MM Header Page this page MM Page 1 up to 1899 MM Page 2 1900 1923 MM Page 3 1923 1939 MM Page 4 1940 Associated Pages Ferry Postcards Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Search This Website powered by FreeFind Table of Ship Histories To be added MM Header Page MM Page 1 MM Page 2 MM

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  • Companhia Nacional de Navegacao - Ocean Liner & Cruise Ship Postcards of Portugal
    in service 1949 70 2625grt 65 passengers Mocambique 43 Mocambique II in service 1949 72 12976grt 749 passengers Lurio 44 Lurio in service 1950 68 2639grt 65 passengers India 45 India in service 1951 71 7631 grt 387 passengers Unidentified commercial card of India number 2 of series 18 Niassa 48 Niassa in service 1955 79 10742 grt 322 passengers A commercial card of Niassa published by L M Correia

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  • Nederland Line Ocean Liner Postcards
    1914 1935 Built in 1914 Prins Der Nederlanden 9448 grt was sold to Lloyd Triestino in 1935 She was scuttled as a blockship in Marseille in 1944 Official Nederland postcard of Prins Der Nederlanden Jan Pieterszoon Coen 1915 1940 63 Official Nederland postcard of Jan Pieterszoon Coen 11140 grt 63 Official Nederland art card of Jan Pieterszoon Coen 11140 grt 63 Official Nederland tinted photographic card of Jan Pieterszoon Coen 11140 grt 63 Unidentified photographic card of Jan Pieterszoon Coen at Southampton posted 1926 Johan de Witt 1920 1948 69 Official Nederland art card of Johan de Witt 10474 grt 69 Official Nederland art card of Johan de Witt 10474 grt 69 Official Nederland photographic card of Johan de Witt 10474 grt 69 C R Hoffman card of Johan de Witt 10474 grt 69 P Alberti Sabang card of Johan de Witt 10474 grt at Sabang Indonesia Sold to Greek Line and became Neptunia Pieter Corneliszoon Hooft 1926 1932 Delivery of Pieter Corneliszoon Hooft 14642 grt was delayed following a fire that destroyed most of the passenger accommodation A second fire destroyed the ship in 1932 She was powered by Sulzer diesels of 10500hp replaced by more powerful Sulzers of 14500hp in 1931 83 C R Hoffman Southampton photographic card of Pieter Corneliszoon Hooft 14642 grt Christiaan Huygens 1928 1945 Christiaan Huygens 15637 grt was slightly larger version of the Pieter Corneliszoon Hooft given a short fashionable motorship funnel She served the Amsterdam Batavia route until WW2 when she was operated by the Orient Line as a troopship until hitting a mine in 1945 84 Nederland Line official photographic card of Christiaan Huygens 15637 grt 84 C R Hoffman Southampton photographic card of Christiaan Huygens 15637 grt Johan van Oldenbarnevelt 1930 1963 Johann van Oldenbarnevelt operated on the Amsterdam East Indies service until used as a troopship during WW2 Returned to Amsterdam Indonesia service in 1946 refitted 1959 for round the world service with new funnel tops but sold in 1963 to the Greek Line as Lakonia destroyed by fire the same year Link to complete postcard history including additional Nederland Line interior postcards 89 Official Nederland advance art card of Johann van Oldenbarnevelt 89 Official Nederland photographic card of Johann van Oldenbarnevelt 89 Official Nederland photographic card of Johann van Oldenbarnevelt 89 C R Hoffman Southampton photographic card of Johann van Oldenbarnevelt 19040 grt Postcard of Johan van Oldenbarnevelt at the Ijmuiden locks 89 Postcard of Johann van Oldenbarnevelt 89 Delightful colour photographic card of Johann van Oldenbarnevelt by CT Publishing serial number 036 Follow this link to check availability of this postcard from Simplon Postcards She is shown arriving at New York in the mid 1950s 89 Official Nederland art card of Johann van Oldenbarnevelt after rebuilding for round the world service in 1959 Scan supplied by Finn Torquist 89 Official Nederland photographic card of Johann van Oldenbarnevelt 89 Modern art card of Johann van Oldenbarnevelt published by Bos Ridderkerk serial 90268 Marnix van St Aldegonde 1930 1943

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  • New Zealand Shipping Company - Header Page - Ocean Liner Postcards
    Savill Five new ships were ordered from J Elder and Co later the Fairfield Shipbuilding Company The ships were named after New Zealand mountains Tongariro Aorangi Ruapehu Kaikoura and Rimutaka 1 all just under 4500 gross tons All had clipper bows and were barque rigged They travelled out via the Cape of Good Hope and back via Cape Horn as the sailing clippers had done but more than halved the passage times Whereas the sailing ships frequently sighted no land between the UK and New Zealand the steamers stopped at Plymouth Teneriffe Capetown and Hobart on the outward journey and at Montevideo Rio de Janeiro and Teneriffe on the return These routes were maintained until 1914 when the Panama Canal opened The early 1890s were a time of depressed trade and the NZSC found itself embarrassed by many difficulties and troubles In 1890 Mr later Sir Edwyn Dawes took over a a considerable number of shares in the NZSC from Sir William Pearce and it was Edwyn Dawes who steered the company to successful solutions to its problems He also transferred the financial control of the company from New Zealand to London His reorganisation of the company involved the replacement of the existing fleet with larger more economic ships the first of which was the Ruahine 1 of 1891 which was over 6000 gross tons She had a four cylinder engine which was far more fuel efficient than the previous ships Ruahine 1 was a great success and was followed by six even larger ships over the next ten years In 1912 the NZSC took over the Federal SN Co but the two concerns retained their own identities In 1916 both companies became part of P O but again they continued to operate separately although the exchange of ships between

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  • Nomikos Line Postcards - Greek Shipping Line
    powered by FreeFind Table of Ship Histories Name Other names Built Blank ship Blank 19 Nomikos Fleet List Achilleus Official postcard of Achilleus Scan Rogerio Gouveia Official postcard of Achilleus Scan Rogerio Gouveia Official postcard of Achilleus Agamemnon Official postcard of Agamemnon Scan Rogerio Gouveia Apollon Official postcard of Apollon Scan Rogerio Gouveia Delos Official postcard of Delos Scan Rogerio Gouveia Kanaris Official postcard of Kanaris Scan Rogerio Gouveia Karaiskakis

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