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  • Moby Vincent Ferry Photographs
    Wasa Sun during 1993 reverting to the name Moby Vincent the following year The pictures on this page were taken by Ian Boyle at Bastia in August 2001 The photos on this page are not for sale All photos Copyright Ian Boyle Simplon Postcards 2001 Links to Associated Pages Moby Lines Postcard Galleries not for sale Corsica Ferries Postcard Galleries not for sale SNCM Postcard Galleries not for sale Ferries

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  • 2014 Tall Ships on the Thames - Simplon Postcards - www.simplonpc.co.uk
    14 high speed ferries and 5 hydrofoils Ships on this Page SNAV Adriatico to be added SNAV Lazio to be added SNAV Sardegna SNAV Toscana Associated Pages Cruise Ships Ocean Liners UK Excursion Vessels World Ferry Fleets Simplon Postcards Home Page Simplon Postcards Recent Updates Simplon Facebook Pages Simplon Ship Postcards facebook page Simplon Main Line Railways facebook page Simplon Minor Railways facebook page Simplon Piers Lighthouses facebook page Simplon Tramways facebook page Simplon Cliff Lifts facebook page Search the Simplon Website SNAV Società Navigazione Alta Velocità Each image links to a larger copy which opens in a new window tab SNAV Toscana Built 1981 SNAV 2008 SNAV Toscana was built as Gotland in 1981 by Öresundsvarvet Ab Landskrona for Rederi AB Gotland Visby She was soon chartered to Oy Vaasa Umeå Ab Vaasa Finland and renamed Wasa Star for service between Sundsvall Vaasa and later Vaasa Umeå In August 1983 she was sold to A S Frederikshavnferjen Larvik Larvik Norway and renamed Peter Wessel running between Larvik Frederikshavn In 1986 she was chartered to Color Line on the same route In 2008 she was sold to SVAV as SNAV Toscana running various Italian routes from Civitavecchia Genoa and Napoli

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  • Lisbon Ferries - Transtejo e a Soflusa
    page this page Transtejo e Soflusa Lisbon combined ferry fleet in 2008 Transtejo Car Ferries Transtejo Passenger Ferries Soflusa Ferries Metro Transportes do Sul new Lisbon tramway south of the Tagus Aurora in Lisbon 2000 Photographs of P O s Aurora Grand Princess in Lisbon 2000 Photographs of the P O Princess cruise ship Oriana in Lisbon 2003 Photographs of P O s Oriana Costa Europa in Lisbon 2008 Photographs of the Costa Crociere cruise ship References Cacilheiros Luis Miguel Correia www transtejo pt Transtejo e a Soflusa official website www luso u net com Excellent English language site covering Lisbon s ferries trains trams and more Associated Pages Portuguese Shipping Ferry Postcards Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Lisbon Ferries Transtejo e a Soflusa Transtejo Car Ferries More images of Transtejo Car Ferries I will begin the pictures with the interesting car ferries which operate the Cais de Sodré Cacilhas route which has survived despite the building of the River Tagus bridge These ferries are quite venerable the youngest dating from 1958 although they have all been re engined at least once over the years The first picture below shows the Setubalense built in 1936 which is the oldest in the fleet This picture was taken some years back by my father Terry Boyle and shows the older black funnel colours The next three pictures show the Alentejense one of the newest in the car ferry fleet dating from 1957 The design is little changed from the Setubalense 20 years its senior In 2008 only Alentejense and Eborense remained in service now running from Cacilhas to Belem The last two car ferry pictures show the Eborense dating from 1954 Transtejo Passenger Ferries More images of Transtejo Passenger Ferries The main class of Transtejo ferries is shown below This is the Cacilhense name ship of a class of eight ships built in between 1982 and 1984 which are around 300grt and carry 500 passengers The other ships in the class all still in service in 2008 are the Campolide Dafundo Madragoa Montes Claros Palmelense Sintrense and Seixalense Cacilhense had been withdrawn by 2008 This is the Madre de Deus a similar design to those above but featuring a bar and open sided deck space aft reducing tonnage to 280 grt They were all built in 1982 and the sisters are Moscavide Miratejo and Monsanto They are known as the Monsanto class All had been withdrawn by 2008 Five Elbe ferries were bought from Hamburg operator HADAG in the 1977 These were the Castelo ex HADAG Lichtwark Marvila ex HADAG Volksdorf Mouraria ex HADAG Ottensen Porto Brandao ex HADAG Falkenstein and Vouga ex HADAG Otmarschen The vessel below is the S Paulus here shown running a river cruise previously the similarly named Hamburg ferry St Pauli ex Sulldorf of 1959 renamed in 1978 Marvila Mouraria S Paulus and Trafaria Praia remain in service in 2008 mainly on harbour tours These two photos are of the Martim Moniz

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  • Simplon Postcards
    Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Search This Website powered by FreeFind Table of Ship Histories Name Other names Built Lobo Marinho 1 Christian IV Safari 1967 Porto Santo Line Fleet List Lobo Marinho 1 Lobo Marinho I Lobo Marinho was built as the Christian IV by Aalborgs Vaerft A S Ålborg Denmark in 1967 for A S Kristiansands Dampskipsselskap Kristiansand Norway Christian IV 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 Perbadanan National Shipping Line Berhad Kuala Lumpur and renamed Pernas Safari In 1994 Pernas Safari 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 Safari was bought by Porto Santo Line Madeira renamed the Lobo Marinho and put into service between Vila Baleira Porto Santo and Funchal Madeira Lobo Marinho was replaced by a new built ship of the same name 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

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  • Don Stoltenberg Biography - marine artist
    both published by Davis Publications Inc of Worcester MA Included in EXHIBITIONS at Metropolitan Museum of Art Art Institute of Chicago Boston Museum of Fine Arts Boston Institute of Contemporary Art Boston Athenaeum Corcoran Gallery of Art DeCordova Museum of Lincoln MA the Brockton Art Museum Rose Gallery at Brandeis in Waltham MA Art Complex at Duxbury MA Silvermine Guild of Artists The Print Club of Philadelphia Pratt Graphics Center Peabody Museum of Salem Copley Society of Boston Fogg Museum Worcester Museum Associated American Artists of NY and Schaefer Gallery at Mystic Seaport SOLO EXHIBITIONS at DeCordova Museum Lincoln MA Galleries in Boston New York Chicago Seattle Baltimore and at MIT in Cambridge MA AWARDS Grand Prize and other prizes from Boston Arts Festivals First Purchase Prize Portland ME Museum Award at Provincetown Arts Festival Worcester Art Museum Printmaking Prize Boston Printmakers Awards New England Watercolor Society First Prize and other awards American Watercolor Society Lena Newcastle and Mario Cooper Awards Boston National Historical Park Purchase Award and others INCLUDED in COLLECTIONS of Boston Museum of Fine Arts Boston Public Library Addison Gallery of American Art Portland Museum of Art DeCordova Museum Art Complex at Duxbury Episcopal Theological School of Harvard Alfred P Sloan School of Management at MIT First National Bank of Boston State Street Bank of Boston Boston Safe Deposit and Trust Co Massachusetts Port Authority Cabot Corporation IBM Frye Art Museum of Seattle College Board Collection of Prints by American Artists Readers Digest P O Cruise line NCL Cruise Line and thers as well as numerous private collections ORGANIZATIONS Active member of the American Watercolor Society New England Watercolor Sociey Fellow in the American Sociey of Marine Artists PUBLICATIONS Represented in PAINTING WITH THE WHITE OF YOUR PAPER North Light l994 SPLASH 1 2 and 3 North

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  • Star Cruises Page 2
    powered by FreeFind SuperStar Leo Star Cruises 1998 2004 The first new Star Cruises vessel was SuperStar Leo She was 76 800grt and carried 2000 passengers SuperStar Virgo is a sistership It was originally planned to move SuperStar Leo to the NCL fleet in 2001 as Norwegian Leo However it was decided to transfer SuperStar Libra as Norwegian Star 2 in her place In the event SuperStar Leo was transferred to NCL in 2004 as the Norwegian Spirit The first new Star Cruises vessel SuperStar Leo in a pre service painting Official Star Cruises postcard Official Star Cruises postcard of SuperStar Leo Official Star Cruises postcard of SuperStar Leo Official Star Cruises postcard of SuperStar Leo Official Star Cruises postcard of SuperStar Leo Official Star Cruises postcard of SuperStar Leo Official Star Cruises postcard of SuperStar Leo Official Star Cruises postcard of SuperStar Leo An NCL pocket guide to Norwegian Spirit SuperStar Virgo A sistership to SuperStar Leo at 76 800grt and carrying 2000 passengers In 2005 this is the only mega ship still in the Star Cruises fleet all the others being transferred to or completed for NCL Official Star Cruises postcard of SuperStar Virgo Official Star Cruises postcard of SuperStar Virgo Official Star Cruises postcard of SuperStar Virgo Simplon Postcards serial no sc2156 of SuperStar Virgo printed May 2000 The photograph was taken by Mike Louagie in 1999 SuperStar Libra 1 SuperStar Scorpio SuperStar Libra and sistership SuperStar Scorpio were ordered from Meyer Werft Papenburg to be delivered in 2001 and 2002 Six months before delivery it was decided that SuperStar Libra would be transferred to the NCL fleet rather than move SuperStar Leo as the Norwegian Leo as was originally planned SuperStar Libra was delivered to NCL as Norwegian Star 2 in 2001 SuperStar Scorpio was delivered

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  • Cruise Ships Columbus & Europa of Hapag-Lloyd
    HAPAG Lloyd 1997 An official Hapag Lloyd art card of Columbus released before entering service The back of the card above showing special ship s stamps An official Hapag Lloyd photographic card of Columbus in Hamburg A further Hapag Lloyd photographic card of Columbus An interesting Hapag Lloyd postcard showing a painting of an imaginary meeting of Columbus II and Columbus III off the North Cape of Norway The painting is by Jochen Sachse This is an oversized card but the image is shown standard size to assist downloading Hapag Lloyd issue special cards for their cruises a selection is shown below A Hapag Lloyd Kreuzfahrten postcard of Columbus III issued for her Caribbean cruise 15th 26th November 2000 Manfred Moeller card Nr 102 of Columbus World Ships card Nr 17 of Columbus Photo by D Hasenpusch Simplon Postcards serial no sc2121 of Columbus released March 1998 Photo Peter Therkildsen Copenhagen on 5th August 1997 Chantry Classics serial no CC S279 of Columbus released November 1999 Photo by Richard Weiss Columbus at Falmouth 30th August 2006 Photo David Willbourne Click to open larger image in new window Columbus at Falmouth 30th August 2006 Photo David Willbourne Click to open larger image in new window Europa HAPAG Lloyd 1999 An official Hapag Lloyd art card of Europa released before entering service A variation on the official Hapag Lloyd art card of Europa shown above illustrating a cabin A special Hapag Lloyd art card of Europa released for her first cruise A new revision of a card shown above with the painting of Europa replaced with a photo I look forward to many further excellent HAPAG cards of the new Europa the previous Europa now SuperStar Europe possibly had more official cards issued than any other modern cruise ship a webpage is

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  • Jadrolinija - Page 2: Post War Passenger Ships
    sold for service from Naples in 1973 and renamed Campania Seconda Owners were Giulio Scarano and Agostino Lauro from 1977 when she was also rebuilt to carry cars Ships in this class Vladimir Nazor 1 Njegos Aleksa Santic Ivan Cankar Vuk Karadzic and Kosta Racin Postcard of Kosta Racin at Rijeka Click to open larger image in new window Vir Jadrolinija 1954 1965 48 gt length 18 05 m diesel 40 kW speed 6 knots 100 passengers 1948 wooden cargo vessel built on the island Iz Veliki for owner Ivan Baric i drugovi from Veli Iz as ENARE III 1948 new owner Obalna plovidba Rijeka Rijeka new name VIR 1951 rebuilt from cargo to passenger ship in shipyard Punat Jugoslavija 1954 new owner Jadrolinija 1965 new owner Komunalno poduzece Zelenila from Sibenik 1972 new owner Darinka Petritz from Opatija new diesel Torpedo 87 kw speed 7 5 knots 1980 new owner Andjelo Milic from Kukljica 1982 new diesel Fiat 147 kw speed 9 knots 1990 new owner Branko Grce Barbat from Rab 2002 new owner Amanda commerce d o o Zadar 2008 still in service Postcard of Vir at Crikvenica Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Karlovac Jadrolinija 1955 2005 191 gt length 37 6 m diesel 331 kW speed 12 5 knots 300 passengers Jugoslavija was built for Jadrolinija in 1956 by Brodogradiliste Tvornica Dizel Motora Split Three sisters were Karlovac Valjevo later Ozalj and Ohrid later Tijat In 2005 she was sold to become the private yacht Emanuel 1955 built at Split for Jadrolinija with name KARLOVAC 1995 sold for scrap to company Domis d o o from Split Few years laid up at Cres Mali Losinj New owner Bozidar Rakuljic from Krilo Jesenice Laid up at Split Bajnica 2003 Rebuild as a small cruiser for 36 passengers started in shipyard Marine Tech Ltd at Oren Milas Turkey Shipyard bankrupt 2005 Reconstruction finished at Split Croatia with new name EMANUEL for owner Ante Rakuljic New engine diesel 404 kw speed 12 knots 2008 Still in service Postcard of Jadrolinija ferry Karlovac at Dubrovnik Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Karlovac Scan Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Karlovac Scan Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Photo of Karlovac Photo Fleet File Rotterdam Scan Fakta om Fartyg Click to open larger image in new window Karlovac approaching the small port of Mlini near Dubrovnik Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Postcard of Ohrid Karlovac and Valjevo at Zadar Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Postcard of Ohrid and Valjevo at Zadar Scan Ivo Batricevic variation on card above Click to open larger image in new window Proposal for Emanuel ex Karlovac as private yacht Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window ex Jadrolinija Emanuel ex Karlovac as private yacht Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Ohrid Jadrolinija 1955 1997 Tijat Jadrolinija 1997 191 gt length 37 6 m diesel 331 kW speed 12 5 knots 300 passengers Three sisters were Karlovac Valjevo later Ozalj and Ohrid later Tijat 1955 was built at Split for Jadrolinija as OHRID 1997 new name TIJAT 2008 still in service Postcard of Ohrid Karlovac and Valjevo at Zadar Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Postcard of Ohrid and Valjevo at Zadar Scan Ivo Batricevic variation on card above Click to open larger image in new window Ohrid of 1955 Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Ohrid of 1955 Photo Fleet File Rotterdam Scan Fakta om Fartyg Click to open larger image in new window Ohrid of 1955 Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Tijat ex Ohrid of 1955 Photo Fleet File Rotterdam Scan Fakta om Fartyg Click to open larger image in new window Valjevo Jadrolinija 1955 1991 Ozalj Jadrolinija 1991 191 gt length 37 6 m diesel 331 kW speed 12 5 knots 300 passengers Three sisters were Karlovac Valjevo later Ozalj and Ohrid later Tijat 1955 was built at Split for Jadrolinija with name VALJEVO 1991 new name OZALJ 2008 still in service Valjevo of 1955 Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Postcard of Ohrid Karlovac and Valjevo at Zadar Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Postcard of Ohrid and Valjevo at Zadar Scan Ivo Batricevic variation on card above Click to open larger image in new window Valjevo of 1955 at Zadar Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Ozalj ex Valjevo of 1955 Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Ozalj ex Valjevo of 1955 Photo Fleet File Rotterdam Scan Fakta om Fartyg Click to open larger image in new window Mostar Jadrolinija 1955 1966 Mostar was built in 1955 for Jadrolinija as a passenger cargo ship The Mostar was sold in 1966 and converted for day cruises in Greece as the Meltemi II and later Epirotiki s Apollo I She became the Prince Albert in 1987 and was to be used for charters but her owners abandoned her leaving debts She spent years laid up at Tilbury before being sold to Liverpool owners The ship was then bought by the UK furniture company Pedley and has been restored to immaculate condition for use as a mobile display for British products In 2008 she sailed for the Mediterranean and offered some 12 passenger cruises from Nice Harmony II Brochure 6 55 Mb PDF File Of Mostar s sisters Maribor joined Mostar in Greece as Meltemi I the Novi Sad became the Patrizia at Naples and the Osijek became the static bar restaurant Nina at Rijeka Complete history of Mostar Mostar in Jadrolinija service Scan Neven Jerkovic Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Mostar in Jadrolinija service Scan Neven Jerkovic Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Mostar in Jadrolinija service Scan Burkhard Schütt Click to open larger image in new window Mostar in Greek service as the Meltemi II Click to open larger image in new window Mostar as Prince Albert on the Mersey Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Mostar as Prince Albert Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Harmony II being restored in Ipswich Wet Dock Photo Ian Boyle 16th September 2006 Click to open larger image in new window Harmony II passing Greenwich Photo Ian Boyle 22nd September 2007 Click to open larger image in new window Harmony II passing Greenwich Photo Ian Boyle 22nd September 2007 Click to open larger image in new window Harmony II berthed alongside HMS Belfast Photo Ian Boyle 25th September 2007 Click to open larger image in new window Harmony II newspaper advert for Mediterranean cruises in 2008 Harmony II Brochure 6 55 Mb PDF File Click to open larger image in new window Maribor Jadrolinija 1955 1966 Maribor was built in 1955 at the Uljanik shipyard for Jadrolinija Sisters were Mostar Novi Sad and Osijek She was sold to Greek owners along with sisters Mostar and was renamed Meltemi I Mostar became Meltemi II In 1977 she was sold to Jose Macchiavello Tours of Guayaquil Equador with new name Neptuno On May 28th 1984 at 6 am Neptuno had fire on board in the harbour at Guayaquil A few ours later Neptuno sank outside the harbour Postcard of Maribor Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Postcard of Maribor at Rieka Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Postcard of Maribor at Rieka Scan Ivo Batricevic Novi Sad Jadrolinija 1955 1972 Novi Sad was a sister of Mostar Maribor and Osijek Novi Sad was built in Uljanik Pula shipyard for Jadrolinija in 1955 She was sold for use at Naples as Patrizia in 1972 Postcard of Novi Sad Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Novi Sad at Rijeka Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Novi Sad at Rijeka Scan Burkhard Schütt alternative copy of image above Click to open larger image in new window Postcard of Novi Sad Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Novi Sad as Patrizia Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Osijek Jadrolinija 1955 1980 Osijek was a sister to Novi Sad Maribor Mostar Osijek was built in the Uljanik Pula shipyard for Jadrolinija in 1955 In 1980 she was sold to the company Kvarner as Express Opatija In 1993 she was laid up at Cres an island near Rijeka She was sold again in 2000 to new owner Aleksandr Czimadij from Opatija and since 2001 has been a static restaurant and night club with new name Nina at Rijeka Postcard of Osijek Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Postcard of Osijek at Rijeka Scan Ivo Batricevic Nina ex Osijek at Rijeka Photo Andrej Pavicic Click to open larger image in new window Cikat Jadrolinija 1955 1958 28 gt length 17 75 m Deutz diesel 24 kW speed 6 knots 70 passengers wooden passenger ship unknown shipyard owner and her original name 1935 new known name NORGE owner Ivan Mate Matesic Susak flag Italy 194x new owner Dinko Matesis druzina Susak 1947 new name NORJE new owner Dinko Matesic i druzina Susak 1947 new name CIKAT owner unknown portof registry Punat Jugoslavija 1948 new owner Obalna Plovidba Rijeka from Rijeka 1995 owner Jadrolinija 1958 laid up at Punat 1961 delated from ship registry Image to be added Jugoslavija Jadrolinija 1956 1971 Jugoslavija was built for Jadrolinija in 1956 by Brodigradiliste Split Her sisters were Jadran and Jedinstvo Jugoslavija was sold to French company Euroexpomer S A in 1971 and renamed Messager She passed to Epirotiki in 1976 and renamed Hermes Jadrolinija ship Jugoslavija Scan Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ship Jugoslavija Scan Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ship Jugoslavija left with Jedinstvo Scan Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ship Jugoslavija Epirotiki postcard of Hermes 3 ex Jugoslavija Jugoslavija as Hermes 3 Hermes 3 ex Jugoslavija at Piraeus Photo Miho Radulic Click to open Larger image in new window Hermes 3 ex Jugoslavija at Piraeus Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open Larger image in new window Hermes 3 ex Jugoslavija at Piraeus Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open Larger image in new window Takovo Jadrolinija 1957 1991 Ilok Jadrolinija 1991 347 gt 44 7 m long 671 kW 13 5 knots 450 passengers Takovo was built by Brodogradiliste i Tvornicadizel motora Uljanik Pula in 1957 There were three sisters Takovo Tuzla and Trogir In 1991 Takovo was renamed Ilok Photo of Takovo Photo Fleet File Rotterdam Scan Fakta om Fartyg Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Ilok Scan Ivo Batrivic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Ilok Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Ilok Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Ilok Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Tribunj Jadrolinija 1957 1967 53 gt 22 2 m long 11 kW 7 knots 80 passengers 1954 built in shipyard Crvena zvijezda Pula with nameTribunj for Brodarsko poduzece Dupin Sibenik 1957 owner Jadrolinija 1969 owner Ante Bunic i drugovi from Supetarska Draga 1985 owner Ante Tonci Rakuljic from Krilo Jesenice rebuilt as a cargo ship new diesel 191 kw speed 8 knots 1999 owner Mate Grubisa from Krilo Jesenice 2001 rebuilt as a passenger ship again 2008 still in service Jadrolinija ferry Tribunj Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Trogir Jadrolinija 1957 1996 347 gt 44 7 m long 671 kW 13 5 knots 450 passengers Tuzla was built by Uljanik Pula in 1957 for Jadrolinija There were three sisters Takovo Tuzla and Trogir In 1996 she was sold to Jadranmetal d d and laid up at Pula being scrapped in 2002 Jadrolinija ferry Trogir Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Trogir Photo Fleet File Rotterdam Scan Fakta om Fartyg Click to open larger image in new window Tuzla Jadrolinija 1957 1997 Premuda Jadrolinija 1997 347 gt 44 7 m long 671 kW 13 5 knots 450 passengers Tuzla was built by Brodogradiliste i Tvornicadizel motora Uljanik Pula in 1957 There were three sisters Takovo Tuzla and Trogir In 1997 Tuzla was renamed Premuda Postcard of Jadrolinija ferry Tuzla Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Tuzla Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Tuzla at Zadar Photo Fleet File Rotterdam Scan Fakta om Fartyg Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Premuda Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Premuda Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Premuda Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Premuda Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Premuda Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Premuda Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Premuda at Zadar in November 2007 Photo 2007 Petar Milin Click to open larger image in new window Jadran Jadrolinija 1957 1976 Jadran was built for Jadrolinija in 1957 by Brodogradiliste Uljanik Pula Her sisters were Jedinstvo and Jugoslavija She operated on the route Venice Rijeka Split Dubrovnik Kotor Korfu Piraeus Jadran was sold in 1976 to Canadian owners Captain Normac s Riverboat Inc Jadran is still in use as a static restaurant at the Queens West Dock in in Toronto Canada Jadrolinija ship Jadran Scan Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ship Jadran Scan Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ship Jadran Scan Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ship Jadran Scan Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ship Jadran in Toronto Photo Vedran Mlacic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ship Jadran in Toronto Photo Vedran Mlacic Click to open larger image in new window Ivan Gunulic Jadrolinija 1955 1982 102 gt length 27 95 m diesel 157 kW speed 8 knots 140 passengers 1955 wooden passenger ship built at Vranjic for Jadrolinija as IVAN GUNDULIC 1982 new owner Mirna Rovinj 1986 new owner Mladen Ante Rakuljic from Krilo Jesenica 1991 rebuilt for coastal cruising 113 gross tons new engine 191 kw renamed ANETA 2004 new engine 331 kw 2008 still in service Ivan Gunulic in Jadrolinija service Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Aneta as a coastal cruiser Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Marin Drzic Jadrolinija 1955 1958 99 gt length 28 5 m MAK diesel 176 kW speed 9 knots 156 passengers 1954 wooden passenger ship built at Zadar as MARIN DRZIC 1957 new owner Jadrolinija 1978 new owner Goran Bacic from Rijeka 2002 new owner Jerolim Nazor from Krilo Jesenica 2004 After rebuilt as a cruise ship new Caterpillar diesel 350 kw speed 10 knots 154 gross tons renamed JEROLIM 2008 still in service Marin Drzic in Jadrolinija service Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Marin Drzic in Jadrolinija service Scan Ivo Batricevic Jerolm after sale by Jadrolinija Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Tuhobic Jadrolinija 1955 1965 Turanj Jadrolinija 1965 1988 95 gt length 25 75 m Ansaldo diesel 132 kW speed 9 knots 200 passengers 1953 wooden passenger ship built at Punat for owner Obalna plovidba Rijeka with name VIR II 1953 new name TUHOBIC 1955 new owner Jadrolinija 1965 new name TURANJ 1978 new owner Jerolim Nazor from Krilo Jesenica Rebuilt as fishing vessel with new Caterpillar diesel engine of 182 kw speed 8 knots 1982 new name OTAC DUJE 1986 rebuilt as passenger vessel 109 gross tons 1994 rebuilt as fishing vessel 1998 rebuilt as passenger cruise vessel 141 gross tons 2008 still in service Tuhobic in Jadrolinija service Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Postcard of Turanj in Jadrolinija service Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Official postcard of Otac Duje as a cruise vessel Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Jedinstvo Jadrolinija 1958 1976 Jedinstvo was built for Jadrolinija in 1958 by Brodigradiliste Split Her sisters were Jadran and Jugoslavija 1958 built at Split for Jadrolinija with name JEDINSTVO 1977 sold to Atlas Jugoslavenska Putnica Agencija from Dubrovnik 1978 new name AMBASADOR 1989 new name AQUANAUT AMBASADOR owner Dive Sail Holiday Ltd Panama flag Panama 1990 new name AMBASADOR I owner Adriatic Cruises Ltd Panama flag Panama 1993 new owner Islas Galapagos Turismos Y Vapores S A Guayaquil flag Ekvador 2004 laid up at Guayaquil 2005 scrapped at Guayaquil Jadrolinija ship Jedinstvo Scan Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ship Jedinstvo Scan Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ship Jedinstvo right with Jugoslavija Scan Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ship Jedinstvo Click to open larger image in new window ex Jadrolinija ship Jedinstvo as Ambasador Scan Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Official Atlas postcard of ex Jadrolinija ship Jedinstvo as Ambasador Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window ex Jadrolinija ship Jedinstvo as Ambasador I Photo Neven

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