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  • Dmitriy Shostakovich Class:- Lev Tolstoy > Natasha > Palmira > The Jasmine > Farah
    in new window Official BLASCO postcard of Lev Tolstoy Click to open larger image in new window Official BLASCO postcard of Lev Tolstoy Click to open larger image in new window Duncan photographic postcard of Lev Tolstoy Click to open larger image in new window Photograph of Lev Tolstoy in the North Sea Canal Photo Wil Moojen 14th June 1992 Click to open larger image in new window Official postcard of Lev Tolstoy in Transocean Tours colours Click to open larger image in new window Official postcard of Lev Tolstoy in Transocean Tours colours Click to open larger image in new window Natasha BLASCO 1998 No images available yet Palmira BLASCO 1998 2001 Official postcard of Palmira Click to open larger image in new window The Jasmine Mano Cruise 2001 2006 The Jasmine was built in 1981 as the Lev Tolstoy one of a series of seven similar ships used by the Black Sea Shipping Company as ferries and passenger cruise ships Lev Tolstoy received a major rebuild in 1986 in Germany and was chartered to German operator Transocean Tours In 1988 she was renamed Natasha and then Palmira for further German charters She passed to Mano Cruise in 2001 as The Jasmine The Jasmine was sold in August 2006 and was renamed Farah believed for trading in the Far East Mano Cruise postcard of The Jasmine Mano Cruise publicity image of The Jasmine Scan Elad Ben Dor Mano Cruises publicity image of The Jasmine Image www mano co il Click to open larger image in new window Mano Cruise fleet postcard including The Jasmine Mano Cruises publicity image of The Jasmine Image www mano co il Click to open larger image in new window Mano Cruises publicity image of The Jasmine Image www mano co il Click to open

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  • Dmitriy Shostakovich Class:- Mikhail Sholokov > Mikhail > Ugo Foscolo
    to the Far East in 2002 for a service from Vladivostock to Fuskiki In 2004 Mikhail Sholokov was sold to Greek company ANEZ and renamed Ugo Foscolo after a temporary delivery name of Mikhail She was registered in Cambodia but appears not to have seen service since being laid up in Zakynthos Ships on this Page Mikhail Sholokov FESCO 1981 1996 Ugo Foscolo Dmitriy Shostakovich Class Dmitriy Shostakovich 1980 Dmitriy Shostakovich Paloma Paloma I Georg Ots 1980 Lev Tolstoy 1981 Lev Tolstoy Natasha Palmira The Jasmine Farah Konstantin Simonov 1982 Konstantin Simonov Francesca The Iris Mikhail Suslov 1982 Mikhail Suslov Pyotr Pervyy Ocean Empress Ocean Jewel of St Petersburg Konstantin Chernenko 1986 Konstantin Chernenko Russ Mikhail Sholokov 1986 Mikhail Sholokov Mikhail Ugo Foscolo Associated Pages Soviet Header Page Soviet Page 1 Soviet Built Ships Soviet Page 2 Acquired Ships Soviet Page 3 Purchased Ships Ferry Postcards Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Recent Updates Simplon Postcards Home Page References Search Simplon Postcards powered by FreeFind Mikhail Sholokov FESCO 1981 1996 Official FESCO postcard of Mikhail Sholokov Click to open larger image in new window Official FESCO postcard of Mikhail Sholokov Click to open larger image in new window

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  • Dmitriy Shostakovich Class:- Mikhail Suslov > Pyotr Pervyy > Ocean Empress > Ocean Jewel of St Petersburg
    Marine of Kingstown under the name Ocean Empress The following year she operated as a casino ship out of St Petersburg Florida as the Ocean Jewel of St Petersburg Ships on this Page Mikhail Suslov Baltic Shipping 1981 1996 Dmitriy Shostakovich Class Dmitriy Shostakovich 1980 Dmitriy Shostakovich Paloma Paloma I Georg Ots 1980 Lev Tolstoy 1981 Lev Tolstoy Natasha Palmira The Jasmine Farah Konstantin Simonov 1982 Konstantin Simonov Francesca The Iris Mikhail Suslov 1982 Mikhail Suslov Pyotr Pervyy Ocean Empress Ocean Jewel of St Petersburg Konstantin Chernenko 1986 Konstantin Chernenko Russ Mikhail Sholokov 1986 Mikhail Sholokov Mikhail Ugo Foscolo Associated Pages Soviet Header Page Soviet Page 1 Soviet Built Ships Soviet Page 2 Acquired Ships Soviet Page 3 Purchased Ships Ferry Postcards Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Recent Updates Simplon Postcards Home Page References Search Simplon Postcards powered by FreeFind Mikhail Suslov Baltic Shipping 1981 1996 Mikhail Suslov was built in 1982 one of a series of seven similar ships in the Dmitriy Shostakovich Class used by the Soviet shipping companies as ferries and passenger cruise ships Mikhail Suslov entered service with the Black Sea Shipping Company BLASCO In 1989 she was renamed Pyotr Pervyy In 2002

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  • Arthur Lee - Titanic Survivor?
    White Star Page 2 1900 1914 White Star Page 3 1915 1950s Associated Pages Ocean Liner Postcards Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards for Sale Simplon Postcards Home Page Olympic Arthur s first card home was posted from Southampton on 4th March 1912 It is an extremely interesting card by A Rapp of Southampton showing the damage incurred to the Olympic after a collision with HMS Hawke on the 20th September 1911 The message reads Just a note to let you know that I am back I may be able to come and see you Saturday afternoon I will not be able to stop long because I have to get back here on Saturday night Olympic actually arrived back on February 28th having lost a propeller blade on this crossing She left for Belfast on 1st March for repairs resuming Atlantic service from Southampton on March 13th The card does not state that Arthur was actually on the Olympic he may have just thought it an interesting card Titanic The next card home is the aforementioned card of Titanic posted 12th May 1912 Titanic was lost on 14th April 1912 The message read Am just writing you a few lines to let you know that I am alive and kicking I am keeping well and hope all at home are Philadelphia Arthur Lee s next ship was the Philadelphia and he sent this card home on 11th September 1912 His message reads Just a lines to ask you if you will send me on urgently my cottons and shirt which I want most urgently I am sailing on this boat on Saturday so you may just have the time Arthur was obviously still on the Philadelphia at Christmas because part of the collection his mother retained had the following breakfast

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  • White Star Liner Titanic - Ocean Liner Postcards
    and the Britannic 2 1915 Sections on this Page Contemporary Titanic Postcards Modern Titanic Postcards White Star Line Pages White Star Header Page White Star Page 1 up to 1899 White Star Page 2 1900 1923 White Star Page 3 1923 1950s Arthur Lee Titanic Survivor Associated Pages Cunard Line Ferry Postcards Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Search This Website powered by FreeFind Contemporary Titanic Postcards Titantic 1912 1912 46 329 gt White Star Line postcard of Olympic also advertising the Titanic Belfast published postcard of Titanic under construction Postcard of Olympic incorrectly labelled Titanic Postcard of Olympic incorrectly labelled Titanic Tuck s Oilette postcard of Olympic incorrectly labelled Titanic plus card back French postcard of Olympic at Cherbourg incorrectly labelled Titanic French postcard of Olympic at Cherbourg incorrectly labelled Titanic 1912 published postcard of the sinking of the Titanic 1912 published postcard of the sinking of the Titanic 1912 published postcard of the sinking of the Titanic showing the arrival of the Carpathia In Memorian card of the Titanic In Memorian card of the Titanic Modern Titanic Postcards A modern art card of the Olympic and Titanic under construction A modern art card of

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  • Zion - Amélia de Mello - Dolphin IV Cruise Ship Postcards Amelia de Mello
    ceased and Amélia de Mello was withdrawn in 1971 She was sold to Greek owners the following year Postcard of Amélia de Mello Scan Reinaldo Delgado Postcard of Amélia de Mello Scan Reinaldo Delgado Postcard of Amélia de Mello and Infante Dom Henrique at Lisbon Scan Carlos Monteiro Ithaca Ulysses Line 1972 79 Amélia de Mello was sold and converted to a cruise ship at Bilbao in 1972 reappearing as the Ulysses Line Ithaca She carried 780 passengers following this conversion and cruised in the Mediterranean The tonnage was now measured as 8977grt despite the additional superstructure She spent 1973 76 running fly cruises for Thomson Holidays but they pulled out following huge cost increases for fuel After two years on charter to Strand Cruises Ithaca was transferred to the Caribbean as Dolphin IV in 1979 Ownership was changed from Ulysses Line to Dolphin Cruise Line in 1984 although both companies were owned by the London based Greek family of Vlassopoulos Official Ulysses Line card of Ithaca Official Ulysses Line card of Ithaca Dolphin IV Ulysses Line Dolphin Cruise Line 1979 1998 Dolphin IV was originally built as the Zion of Zim Lines in 1956 She was sold in 1966 becoming the Portuguese Amélia de Mello She was then sold again and converted to a cruise ship in 1972 reappearing as the Ulysses Line Ithaca The ship was transferred to the Caribbean as Dolphin IV in 1979 She ran 3 and 4 day cruises to the Bahamas from Miami Initially she ran under joint management with Paquet but in 1984 new company Dolphin Cruise Line took over Editions FISA card of Dolphin IV in original colours as carried when Ithaca Photo by P Asenjo Dolphin Cruise Line card of Dolphin IV in original colours as carried when Ithaca This is

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  • SS America - United States Lines - Ocean Liner Postcards
    of New York for Venture Cruises again named America she returned to Chandris as Italis but was laid up again in 1979 America Pages America Australis Italis Postcards Australis Italis Photographs Associated Pages Chandris Lines Celebrity Cruise Lines United States Lines America US Lines 1946 64 An early US Lines official card of America I presume the original for this card was painted before completion since the bridge and forward superstructure bare little resemblance to the finished ship The short funnels may be as originally built however they were lengthened by 15 feet before entering service The United States Lines SS America largest fastest and most luxurious ship ever built in the United States The America is the Queen of the American Merchant Marine and flagship of the United States Lines fleet A later US Lines official card of America This great American Flag luxury liner of the United States Lines operates in regular trans Atlantic service to and from Cobh Ireland Havre France Southampton England and Bremerhaven Germany It is the running mate of the super liner United states the fastest passenger ship in the world A US Lines official card of the America This popular American flag luxury liner of the United States Lines operates in regular trans Atlantic service to Ireland France England and Germany She is the running mate of the superliner United States world s fastest ship United States Lines operates 53 fast modern cargo ships in regular service between East Coast ports of the USA and Europe Hawaii Far East Australia and New Zealand A US Lines official card with the United States SS America great American luxury liner operating in regular Trans Atlantic service with the superliner United states Roberts Wrate Portsmouth card RW 699 at Southampton Photo Precision St Albans card 3433

    Original URL path: http://www.simplonpc.co.uk/ChandrisAustralis02.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Air France Nice-Cannes-St Tropez Fast Ferry Service
    being prepared Sections on This Page Sea Shuttle I Catamaran used in 2000 2001 Air France 2001 brochure 2001 Timetable Associated Pages Nice Shipping Var Excursion Ships includes St Tropez Ferry Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page 2001 Timetable Nice Airport Cannes St Tropez Sea Shuttle I The following details on Sea Shuttle I have been supplied by Eje Flodstrom Sea Shuttle I is owned by Hydrocruiser Inc and has been employed on various charters over the years It was built in 1994 by MK Sea Tranportation International South Africa It is actually a hydrofoil supported GRP catamaran designed by Teknicraft then in South Africa but now located in New Zeeland 1994 Delivered to Competitive Concepts UK as SeaShuttle I flag Belize temporarlily named Sea Shuttle Seattl e 1994 Demonstrated on Nynäshamn Visby Sweden Too small 1994 Leased 3 months to Trans Baltic Line Estonia marketing name Sukkula operated Tallinn Helsinki 1994 Leased 1 month to Schiffahrtskontor Altes Land Germany marketing name EC Jet Elbe City Jet 1995 Leased 1 year to Vapores de Pasaje Spain in traffic Vigo Cangas marketed as Vigo Jet 1996 Leased to Transportes Maritimos Azorianos Transmacor Azores marketed as Tri Jet 1998 leased to Cape Balear

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