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  • SNCM Ferry Postcards
    and 500 cars and served between Marseille and Toulon to various Corsican ports She received a major upgrading in 1988 89 In 2002 she was sold to Comarit and renamed Berkane for service between Nador and Almeria Official SNCM postcard Official SNCM postcard Official SNCM postcard Cyrnos SNCM 1979 1990 Ile de Beaute SNCM 1990 The Cynos of 1979 was built by Dubigeon Normandie S A Nantes She was lengthened from 138 65m to 159 05m and renamed Ile de Beaute in 1990 Official SNCM postcard of Cyrnos Official SNCM postcard of Cyrnos Official SNCM postcard of Ile de Beaute Official SNCM postcard of Ile de Beaute Liberté SNCM 1979 2002 Liberté was built in 1980 by Dubigeon Normandie S A Nantes She was lengthened from 141 50m to 164 40m in 1991 In 2002 Liberté was sold to Comarit and renamed Biladi for service between Sete and Tangier Official SNCM postcard of Liberté before lengthening Official SNCM postcard before lengthening Official SNCM postcard before lengthening Liberte built in 1980 shown after lengthening Official SNCM postcard Esteril SNCM 1981 1997 Esteril built in 1981 by Dubigeon Normandie S A Nantes She was sold to Cenargo in 1997 and began operating as Mistral for Ferrymaroc between Nadir and Almeria Official SNCM postcard Official SNCM postcard Corse SNCM 1983 Corse was built in 1983 by Dubigeon Normandie S A Nantes She was 145m long and carried 2198 passengers and 700 cars Pielstick diesels of 27560 kW gave a speed of 23 5 knots Corse received stability sponsons in 2001 Additional photographs of this ship are available on this link Official SNCM postcard Official SNCM postcard Official SNCM postcard Danielle Casanova 1 SNCM 1989 2002 Mediterranee SNCM 2002 Danielle Casanova built in 1989 She was renamed Mediterranee when the new Danielle Casanova was delivered in 2002 at which point she transferred from Corsican services to a Marseille Tunis route Additional photographs of this ship are available on this link Official SNCM postcard Official SNCM postcard Official SNCM postcard Napoleon Bonaparte 1 SNCM 1996 Napoleon Bonaparte built in 1996 Official SNCM postcard Official SNCM postcard Danielle Casanova 2 SNCM 2002 Danielle Casanova was built by Fincantieri Cant Nav Italiani S p A Ancona for Société Nationale Maritime Corse Mediterranee SNCM She was delivered in June 2002 entering service between Marseille and Corsica the following month Danielle Casanova had been intended to be named the Mediterranée but was renamed shortly before delivery due to pressure from Corsica The previous Danielle Casanova of 1989 was renamed Mediterranée to free the name Additional photographs are available on this link Official SNCM postcard La Corse postcard of Daniel Casanova 2 Photograph of Daniel Casanova 2 at Bastia Photo Gilles Corrieri Photograph of Daniel Casanova 2 at Bastia Photo Gilles Corrieri Fast Passenger Car Ferries of SNCM Ferryterranee NGV Asco NGV Asco built in 1996 NGV Navire a Grande Vitesse Official SNCM postcard NGV Aliso NGV Aliso built in 1996 Official SNCM postcard NGV Liamone NGV Liamone built in

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  • Corsica Ferries Sardinia Vera Photographs - Transmarche Ferries
    to open their new all year service beween Newhaven and Dieppe She makes two return trips each weekday only one at weekends Links to Associated Pages Corsica Ferries Ferry Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Transmanche Ferries Postcards In 2001 Sardinia Vera began to operate under charter between Newhaven and Dieppe for Transmanche Ferries This is the first official postcard issued This is a Dieppe Photo Camara real photographic card with

    Original URL path: http://www.simplonpc.co.uk/Sardinia_Vera_photos.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Hapag-Loyd Bremen (VI) Cruise Ship Postcards
    Hamburg Atlantik Linie German Liner Postcards Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Search This Website powered by FreeFind Frontier Spirit 1990 1993 Advance publicity postcard issued for the launching of Frontier Spirit on June 20th 1990 Frontier Cruises postcard of Frontier Spirit at Guam Harbour Frontier Cruises postcard of Frontier Spirit Chantry Classics postcard CC S219 of Frontier Spirit photo Dieter Steich Check this link for availability of this card from Simplon Postcards Adobe Acrobat required Bremen 6 HAPAG 1993 Bremen 6 was originally built as the Frontier Spirit of Frontier Cruises by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries at Kobe She was sold to Hapag Lloyd in 1993 The first three cards below are Hapag Lloyd Kreuzfahrten postcards The next three cards are Hapag Lloyd Tours postcards see below This Hapag Lloyd Tours postcard is serial number S14B I own copies of cards S3 S4 S12 and S14 in this series so have a lot still to find This interesting Hapag Lloyd Tours card shows all six ships named Bremen owned by Norddeutsche Lloyd and Hapag Lloyd This card of Bremen 6 was issued for Raymond Whitcomb who arrange tours on her World Ships postcard Nr 06 of Bremen 6 Photo by D Hasenpusch Check this link to see if copies are still available from Simplon Postcards In 2001 Bremen 6 lost her distinctive blue hull as shown in this official Hapag Lloyd postcard Bremen Photographs Photograph of Bremen in the North Lock Photo Wil Moojen 24th August 1998 Bremen in San Francisco 2001 Photo Marvin Jensen Bremen in San Francisco 2001 Photo Marvin Jensen Bremen in San Francisco 2001 Photo Marvin Jensen Bremen in San Francisco 2001 Photo Marvin Jensen Bremen in San Francisco 2001 Photo Marvin Jensen Bremen in San Francisco 2001 Photo Marvin Jensen Bremen

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  • Cruise Ship Postcards by World Ships
    without permission These postcards are no longer available for sale Copies may be available for exchange by prior arrangement please email simplon simplon co uk Follow this link to see card Nos 11 20 No 01 ALBATROS built 1957 24804gt No 02 MAXIM GORKY built 1969 24220gt No 03 CENTURY built 1995 70606gt No 04 HANSEATIC built 1991 8378gt No 05 ORIANA built 1995 69153gt No 06 BREMEN built 1990

    Original URL path: http://www.simplonpc.co.uk/WorldShipsCards1.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Train Ferries - Ferrovie dello Stato (FS) - Italian State Railways - Page 1
    1961 1994 Villa 1 1909 1979 Ships on Page 2 Agata 1973 bidirezionali Enotria 2002 bidirezionali Fata Morgana 1988 bidirezionali Freccia del Peloro 19 hydrofoil Garibaldi 1982 Iginia 1969 Logudoro 1988 Pace 1974 bidirezionali Riace 1983 bidirezionali Rosalia 1973 Scilla 4 1985 Segesta Jet 1998 fast ferry Selinunte Jet 1999 fast ferry Sibari 1970 Tindari Jet 1999 fast ferry Villa 2 1985 Associated Pages Ferrovie Stato FS Page 2 Fleet history from 1969 2003 Messina Details on Messina port and its ferries Statens Järnvägar SJ Swedish Railways Train Ferries 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 Iginia 1969 Sibari 1970 Rosalia 1972 Fleet List Part 1 1905 69 Scilla 1 1896 1917 Cariddi 1 1896 23 Sicilia 1905 1933 Calabria 1905 1927 Scilla Cariddi 50 5m long 594 grt 1 track 5 wagons 10 5 knots Sicilia Calabria 53 5m long 665 grt 1 track 6 wagons 11 5 knots The Messina Villa San Giovanni train ferry service opened in 1896 with the paddlesteamers Scilla 1 and Cariddi 1 The service was nationalised along with the Italian Railways in 1905 Two similar paddlesteamers Sicilia and Calabria slightly longer and faster were added in the same year Scilla 1 sank in 1917 after hitting a mine whilst the other ships were withdrawn in the 1920s and 1930s as newer tonnage was delivered Postcard of Scilla 1 Villa 1 1909 1979 Reggio 1 1909 1950 Scilla 2 Aspromonte 1 1922 1942 77 62m long 1262 grt 1 track 8 wagons 12 5 knots In 1909 two larger screw ferries Villa 1 and Reggio 1 were added to the Messina Villa San Giovanni route A third ship Scilla 2 was added in 1922 to replace the pioneer ferry Scilla 1 which had been lost in the war Scilla 2 was rebuilt in 1931 and renamed Aspromonte 1 She was torpedoed and lost in 1942 Her older sisters survived both wars although both had sunk in shallow water Postcard of Reggio 1 FS photograph of Villa 1 after postwar rebuild Postcard of Villa 1 after postwar rebuild Messina 1923 1986 Postcard of Messina as rebuilt postwar Scilla 3 1931 1977 As built 109 10m long 4000 grt 3 tracks 25 wagons 10 coaches 15 5 knots 1400 passengers As rebuilt 111 38m long 4477 grt 3 tracks 25 wagons 10 coaches 15 5 knots 1490 passengers In 1931 two impressive large modern ferries were added to the fleet the Scilla 3 and Cariddi 2 They were amongst the largest train ferries in the world and had advanced features such as diesel electric propulsion with bridge controls Scilla 3 was built by Cant Federati di Pierra Ligure and had Fiat two stroke diesels Scilla 3 could carry 10 bogie coaches a complete train Her higher speed than previous ferries allowed the crossing time to be reduced from 35 to 25 minutes Scilla 3 was bombed and

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  • Happy Dolphin Ferry Photographs - Happy Lines
    1969 80 before purchase by Corsica Ferries becoming their Corsica Viva later Sardinia Viva The postcards and photographs on this page are not available for sale Links to Associated Pages CMN La Meridionale Corsica Ferries Moby Lines SNCM Ferryterranee Ferry Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Happy Dolphin Postcards An official Happy Lines postcard of Happy Dolphin Simplon Postcards sp2172 of Happy Dolphin released December 2001 Photographed at Bastia in August

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  • Calmac ferry Coruisk - later Lampomare Uno of Lampogas
    inaugurated in March 1972 She could carry six cars and 70 passengers The conversion was a success and other displaced Kyle ferries received similar conversions This was followed by the new construction of eight further small ferries between 1973 and 1976 In 1973 Coruisk passed into the ownership of Caledonian MacBrayne These ferries were very successful to the extent that the traffic on many of their routes outgrew them just as happened on the Kyle route Coruisk was replaced by the larger double ended ferry Isle of Cumbrae in 1976 and served on other routes and as a spare vessel until 1986 when she was sold to Euroyachts Ltd and then to Penzance owners the year after At some point she was renamed Mayo III In 1988 she was bought by Lampogas S p A and renamed Lampomare Uno for the carriage of hazardous loads between Piombino Italy and Portoferraio Isle of Elba She was re engined in 1993 but continued in service on this route during the summer of 2000 when most of the colour photos below were taken The photographs on this page are not for sale Ian Boyle Links to Associated Pages Corsica Ferries Postcards and photographs

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  • Moby Wonder Ferry Photographs
    Corsica Ferries ships have been built The pictures of Moby Freedom on this page were taken by Ian Boyle at Bastia in August 2001 Ships On This Page Postcards Moby Freedom Photographs Arriving Bastia August 2001 Moby Freedom Photographs Leaving Bastia August 2001 Associated Pages Moby Lines Corsica Ferries SNCM Ferries of Bastia Ferry Postcards Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Moby Freedom Moby Wonder Postcards

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