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  • Shaw Savill Line - Ocean Liner Postcards - Page 1
    is a table of individual ship histories on the Shaw Savill Header Page Ships on This Page Ship One 1955 66 Ship Two 1955 66 Ship Three 1955 66 Shaw Savill Pages Shaw Savill Header Page Shaw Savill Page 1 up to 1899 this page Shaw Savill Page 2 1900 1914 Shaw Savill Page 3 1915 1939 Shaw Savill Page 4 1940 1975 Associated Pages Ferry Postcards Cruise Ship Postcards

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  • Shaw Savill Line - Ocean Liner Postcards - Page 2
    shown below Below the table is a Fleet List in chronological order There is a table of individual ship histories on the Shaw Savill Header Page Ships on This Page Athenic 1 1901 1928 Ionic 2 1902 1937 Tainui 2 1908 1939 Zealandic 1 1911 1926 Shaw Savill Pages Shaw Savill Header Page Shaw Savill Page 1 up to 1899 Shaw Savill Page 2 1900 1914 this page Shaw Savill Page 3 1915 1939 Shaw Savill Page 4 1940 1975 Associated Pages Ferry Postcards Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Search This Website powered by FreeFind Shaw Savill Fleet List Page 2 Athenic 1 1901 1928 Athenic 1 was built in 1901 for the joint service with White Star Line She was sold in 1928 for conversion into the whale factory ship Pelagos Postcard of Athenic 1 Ionic 2 1902 1937 Ionic 2 was built in 1902 for the joint service with White Star line She was scrapped in Japan in 1937 Official Shaw Savill Albion art postcard of Ionic 2 in the Panama Canal Official Shaw Savill Albion postcard of Ionic 2 in the Panama Canal Tainui 2 1908 1939 Official Shaw Savill Albion art

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  • Shaw Savill Line - Ocean Liner Postcards - Page 3: 1915-1939
    Simplon Postcards Home Page Search This Website powered by FreeFind Shaw Savill Fleet List Page 3 Mataroa 1926 1957 Mataroa was built in 1926 as the Diogenes for the Aberdeen Line Her sister ship was the Sophocles which became the Tamaroa for Shaw Savill Shaw Savill chartered her in 1926 followed by purchase in 1932 when she was renamed Mataroa She was scrapped in 1957 at Faslane Photographic postcard of Mataroa Photographic postcard of Mataroa Tamaroa 1926 1957 Tamaroa was built in 1922 for Aberdeen Line She was acquired in 1926 and was scrapped in 1957 Bridge House postcard of Tamaroa Photographic postcard of Tamaroa Thermistocles 1932 1947 Thermistocles was built in 1911 for Aberdeen Line She was acquired in 1932 and was scrapped in 1947 Photographic postcard of Thermistocles Ceramic 1 1934 1942 Ceramic 1 was built in 1901 for the White Star Line She was acquired in 1934 and was lsot in 1942 Postcard of Ceramic 1 at Sydney Arawa 3 1936 1955 Arawa 3 was built as the Esperance Bay in 1922 for the Commonwealth Line She was transferred from the Aberdeen Commenwealth Line in 1936 and renamed Arawa 3 She was scrapped in Newport in 1955 Shaw Savill Line official card of Arawa 3 Shaw Savill Line official card of Arawa 3 Shaw Savill Line official card of the verandah on Arawa 3 Shaw Savill Line official card of the smoke room on Arawa 3 Photographic postcard of Arawa 3 at Port Chalmers Photographic postcard of Arawa 3 Photographic postcard of Arawa 3 Photographic postcard of Arawa 3 Photographic postcard of Arawa 3 Photographic postcard of Arawa 3 Real Photographs postcard of Arawa 3 Dominion Monarch 1938 1962 Dominion Monarch was built in 1938 by Swan Hunter In 1940 she was requisitioned as a troopship and

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  • Shaw Savill Line - Ocean Liner Postcards - Page 4
    than 30 years longer There is a table of individual ship histories on the Shaw Savill Header Page Shaw Savill Pages Shaw Savill Header Page Shaw Savill Page 1 up to 1899 Shaw Savill Page 2 1900 1914 Shaw Savill Page 3 1915 1939 Shaw Savill Page 4 1940 1975 Shaw Savill Page 5 Cruise Brochure From 1971 this page Associated Pages Ferry Postcards Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards

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  • Swedush America Liner Gripsholm of 1957
    Gripsholm 2 was a near sister to Kungsholm 3 She was sold to Karageorgis Lines in 1975 becoming their Navarino She suffered a major fire in 1981 but returned to service as Regent Sea of Lelakis Regency Cruises in 1984 She has been out of service since the bankruptcy of Regency Swedish American postcard of Gripsholm of 1957 Swedish American postcard of Gripsholm of 1957 Swedish American postcard of Gripsholm of 1957 Scan Ken Murayama Swedish American postcard of Gripsholm of 1957 Swedish American postcard of Gripsholm of 1957 Swedish American postcard of Gripsholm of 1957 Swedish American postcard of Gripsholm of 1957 Commercial postcard L H B issue 245 of the Gripsholm of 1957 Anders issue 20 A 7020 8538 of the Gripsholm in Hamburg harbour Paul Oswald issue 9734 of the Gripsholm in Hamburg harbour Simplon Postcards issue sc2008 released March 1992 of the Gripsholm in the Kiel Canal Photo Gordon Turner Gripsholm in the Panama Canal Gripsholm in the Panama Canal Gripsholm in Sydney Scan John E Hoskin Photographic card of Gripsholm Navarino Karageorgis 1975 81 Gripsholm was sold to the Greek Karageorgis shipping company in 1975 and renamed Navarino Accommodation was damaged by fire in 1981 shortly after she was sold to Sally Shipping Later that year she was damaged further when she overturned in a floating dock Eventually she returned to service as Regent Sea for the Lelakis group in 1984 Superb official Karageorgis postcard of Navarino retaining forward derricks and pool Scan Ken Murayama Click to open larger image in new window A superb official Karageorgis postcard of Navarino derricks removed Another superb official Karageorgis postcard of Navarino Scan Ken Murayama Click to open larger image in new window Regent Sea Regency 1984 95 Gripsholm returned to service after three years undergoing repairs as

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  • Swedish America Line Stockholm of 1948 -
    was laid up in Southampton as the Volker In 1986 she was renamed Fridtjof Nansen and used as a refugee hostel in Oslo Star Lauro acquired the ship in 1989 and intended to have her refurbished as the Surriento She was laid up in Genoa and renamed Italia I Fridtjof Nansen in use as a refugee hostel in Oslo Photo Mike Tedstone Photo Mike Tedstone Click to open larger image in new window Italia I Star Lauro 1993 1994 Star Lauro acquired the ship in 1989 and intended to have her refurbished as the Surriento She was laid up in Genoa and renamed Italia I until sold on to Nina Cia di Navigazione who completed the refit transforming the appearance She was renamed Italia Prima and cruised in the Mediterranean No images available Italia Prima Nina Cia di Navigazione 1994 1998 Star Lauro acquired the ship in 1989 and intended to have her refurbished as the Surriento She was laid up in Genoa and renamed Italia I until sold on to Nina Cia di Navigazione who completed the refit transforming the appearance She was renamed Italia Prima and cruised in the Mediterranean In 1995 Italia Prima was chartered to Neckermann Seereisen from 1995 until 1998 and then Air Maritim Seereisen Valtur Tourist until 2001 when a planned series of cruises from Havana Cuba ran into problems with the ship laid up in Havana She was next chartered by Festival Cruises again from Havana She was renamed Caribe but Festival Cruises collapsed and the ship remained unused until moved to Lisbon in 2004 for a 10 year charter with Classic International Cruises After a refit she entered service as the Athena Official NINA S p A postcard of Italia Prima Click to open larger image in new window Italia Prima Neckermann Seereisen charter 1995 1998 In 1995 Italia Prima was chartered to Neckermann Seereisen from 1995 until 1998 Official Neckermann postcard of Italia Prima Click to open larger image in new window Official Neckermann postcard of Italia Prima Click to open larger image in new window Italia Prima at leaving San Francisco in the evening Photo Marvin Jensen 1996 Click to open larger image in new window Photo Marvin Jensen 1996 Click to open larger image in new window Photo Marvin Jensen 1996 Click to open larger image in new window Italia Prima arriving at San Francisco Photo Marvin Jensen 1997 Click to open larger image in new window Photo Marvin Jensen 1997 Click to open larger image in new window Photo Marvin Jensen 1997 Click to open larger image in new window Photo Marvin Jensen 1997 Click to open larger image in new window Photo Marvin Jensen 1997 Click to open larger image in new window Photo Marvin Jensen 1997 Click to open larger image in new window Photo Marvin Jensen 1997 Click to open larger image in new window Photo Wil Moojen 29th May 1997 Photo Marv Jensen 1997 Italia Prima interior Restaurant single sitting Photo Marvin Jensen 1997

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  • Bornholm Ship Postcards - Ångfartygs Ab Bore
    2 Bornholm 1954 73 1047grt later 1389grt 41 10m long later 48 1m 500 passengers later 700 13 knots Østersøen was built in 1954 by Svendborg Værft Svendborg for the Bornholm company entering service between Simrishamn Alinge In 1960 she was lengthened by 7 metres In 1962 Østersøen was chartered to Skagenlinjen Rederi Ab Göteborg Sten A Olsson for service between Göteborg Skagen Østersøen was sold to Cypriot owners in 1973 as the Roana She was broken up in 1995 Bornholm postcard of Østersøen as built Bornholm postcard of Østersøen as built Scan supplied by Fakta om Fartyg Bornholm postcard of Østersøen as built Official postcard of Østersøen after lengthening Ultraförlaget postcard Sk115 of Østersøen after lengthening Photo T Lindeberg Rudolf Olsen postcard 1630 of Østersøen after lengthening Bornholm 3 Bornholm 1961 80 4895grt 98m long 1500 passengers later 1800 333 berths later 493 16 5 knots Bornholm 2 was built in 1961 by Burmeister Wain for the Bornholm company entering service between Copenhagen Rønne In 1963 she was chartered for a round trip from Southampton to Tristan da Cunha In 1965 and 1969 Bornholm was rebuilt to increase accommodation berths rising from 333 to 493 she was replaced in 1978 by the Povl Anker and sold to Chinese owners She served in the Far East as Min Zhu and Pu Tuo Shan until broken up in 2001 Bornholm postcard of Bornholm 3 as built Colbergs postcard 1662 of the 1966 fleet with Bornholm 3 in the foreground Clockwise from Bornholm are Kongedybet Hammershus 1 Østersøen 2 and Rotna 1 Bornholm postcard of Bornholm 3 as rebuilt Bornholmstraffiken postcard of Bornholm 3 as rebuilt Bornholmstraffiken postcard of Bornholm 3 as rebuilt Jens Kofoed 1 Bornholm 1963 1964 8203grt 121 19m long 20 knots 1500 passengers 354 berths later 490 Jens Kofoed 1 was completed in 1963 by Bremer Vulkan Bremen for A S Bornholmsfærgen af 1962 Her hull had been built by Bartram Sons Sunderland but was towd to Bremen for completion She entered service in August 1963 from Copenhagen to Rønne and Ystad In 1964 she was sold to DFDS and was renamed Skipper Clement She ran on various DFDS domestic Danish services Copenhagen Aarlborg Århus Frederikshavn plus Oslo Frederikshavn and Oslo Aarlborg She also covered on the Odden Ebeltoft service of Mols Line between 1966 1968 an associated company at this time Services were cut back in 1974 and Skipper Clement was chartered to Aznar in summer 1975 folowed by a charter to Jadroliniya as Slavija in 1976 with a purchase option The option was taken up and she was renamed Slavija I Slavija I ran on Jadrolinija services until 1998 when she was sold for use by Skenderbeg Lines between Brindisi and Valona as Europa I Postcard of Jens Kofoed 1 Click to open larger image in new window Official DFDS postcard of Skipper Clement Copenhagen Frederikshavn service Bornholmerpilen Bornholm 1963 71 1999grt 80 80m long 17 knots 900 passengers 120 berths 74 cars Bornholmerpilen was built

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  • Union-Castle Line - Page 1 - Ocean Liner Postcards
    1939 Union Castle Page 5 Union Castle 1940 1970 Associated Pages 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 Union Castle Line Page 1 The Union SS Co Gaul 1893 1906 4745gt Gaul was built for the Union SS Co in 1893 and in 1900 was transferred to Union Castle Line In 1906 she was sold to Royal Mail SP Co and renamed Sabor Postcard of Gaul Guelph 1894 1913 4917gt Guelph was built for the Union SS Co in 1894 and in 1900 was transferred to Union Castle Line In 1913 Guelph was sold to Royal Mail SP Co renamed Caraquet Union Castle had been part of the Royal mail Group since 1912 so this was an internal transfer Grimaud Marseille postcard of Guelph in a storm Postcard of Guelph at Lobito Norman 2 1894 1926 7537gt Norman 2 was built for the Union SS Co in 1894 and in 1900 was transferred to Union Castle Line She was scrapped in 1926 Union SS Co card of Norman 2 Briton 3 1897 1926 10 248gt Briton was built for the Union SS Co in 1897 and in 1900 was transferred to Union Castle Line Briton was scrapped in 1926 Photographic postcard of Briton in Union SS Co colours Union Castle Line card of Briton Union Castle Line card of Briton Union Castle Line card of Briton German Glengorm Castle 1898 1930 6 763gt German 2 was built for the Union SS Co in 1898 In 1900 she was transferred to Union Castle Line In 1914 was German 2 renamed

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