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  • Shaw Savill Liner Southern Cross of 1955, later Azure Seas and OceanBreeze.
    2004 Associated Pages Shaw Savill Page 5 Southern Cross Cruise Brochure From 1971 Admiral Cruise Line Dolphin Cruise Line Premier Cruises Royal Caribbean Cruise Line Shaw Savill Line Thomson Cruises Western Cruise Lines Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Calypso Ulysses Line 1973 1980 The Southern Cross was built by Harland Wolff Belfast in 1955 for a new round the world passenger service of Shaw Savill Line She took no commercial freight carried 1100 one class passengers and was one of the pioneers of the engines aft layout The continuous circuit took 76 days to complete from Southampton calling at Trinidad Curacao the Panama Canal Tahiti Fiji Wellington Auckland Sydney Melbourne Fremantle Durban Capetown Las Palmas and back to Southampton From 1968 cruises were run between circumnavigations Escalating costs and competition from the air caused her withdrawal in 1971 Southern Cross was laid up in the River Fal for two years before sale to the Greeks in 1973 She eventually reappeared in service for Ulysses Line in 1975 as Calypso for which many of the berths were sold by British tour company Thomson who have subsequently chartered the Dolphin Premier ship IslandBreeze ex Transvaal Castle An official Ulysses Line postcard of Calypso printed in England A Duncan photo of Calypso of Ulysses Line Another photo of Calypso of Ulysses Line photographer unknown Azure Seas Western Cruise Lines Admiral Cruises 1980 1991 Calypso was sold again to Western Cruise Lines the west coast operation of Eastern Cruise Lines and renamed Azure Seas in 1980 The company later became Admiral Cruise Line eventually being taken over by Royal Caribbean However Azure Seas was sold to Dolphin Cruise Line in 1991 and renamed OceanBreeze Western Cruise Lines official card of Azure Seas s n P7366 Another Western Cruise Lines official card of Azure Seas also s n P7366 Western Cruise Lines jigsaw puzzle of Azure Seas bought on board in 1987 when already Admiral Cruises Scan Ken Murayama Admiral Cruises official card of Azure Seas Admiral Cruises official card of Azure Seas s n 75M 3 90 A floating fiesta of Mexico s charming port of Ensenada and Catalina Island on the Azure Seas 3 and 4 night cruises The 4 night cruise also includes scenic San Diego OceanBreeze Dolphin Cruise line Premier Cruises 1991 1999 Azure Seas was sold to Dolphin Cruise Line in 1991 and renamed OceanBreeze Dolphin later became part of Premier Cruises and the dark blue Premier colours were applied although in 1999 OceanBreeze carried the duel identity of Imperial Majesty on her stern whilst under charter to Imperial Majesty Cruise Line for short trips out of Fort Lauderdale In March 2000 OceanBreeze was sold by Premier Cruises to Imperial Majesty In 2004 OceanBreeze was replaced by the Regal Empress and sold for scrap Dolphin Cruise Line official card of OceanBreeze An oversized Dolphin Cruise Line official card DPCD1 07 97 25M APPi of OceanBreeze Enlarged image of the ship from the oversized Dolphin Cruise

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  • Swedish Lloyd Ferry Postcards
    passed to Swedish Lloyd with the rest of the Thule Line fleet in 1916 In 1923 Balder transferred to the Newcastle route and was given a major refit in 1930 reappearing with the name Nothumbria She was laid up during the depression but had returned to service before the war She was seized by German forces in Norway in 1940 and was bombed and sunk during an Allied air raid in Gdynia in 1943 Swedish Lloyd photograph of Balder Swedish Lloyd postcard of Northumbria Swedish Lloyd photograph of Northumbria Saga 1 Swedish Lloyd 1916 29 Saga was the last passenger ship delivered to Thule Line in 1909 built by Swan Hunter on the River Tyne She was the largest ship in the fleet at 2808grt the first to exceed 2000 tons Saga began service on the Gothenburg London route and passed to Swedish Lloyd in 1916 with the rest of the Thule Line fleet She was soon chartered to Moore McCormack for a new New York Rio de Janeiro service returning to Sweden after the war in 1919 when she re opened the Newcastle service She soon reverted to the London service but was sold to the French Line CGT in 1929 when the new turbines arrived CGT renamed her Mayenne and she was used on Mediterranean services until lost to Allied air attck off Palermo in 1940 Swedish Lloyd postcard of Saga 1 Swedish Lloyd postcard of Saga 1 World Ship Society photograph of Saga 1 Swedish Lloyd advertising postcard of Saga 1 Patricia 1 Swedish Lloyd 1919 29 Patricia 1 had a varied career before purchase by Swedish Lloyd in 1919 She was built in Trieste in 1901 as the Mongolia for the Chinese Eastern Railway Co Russia Her sistership was the Manchuria The sisters were used on a service between Vladivistok and Shanghai In 1904 she was surrendered to the Japanese at Port Arthur during the Russo Japanese war and became the Kanto Maru In 1910 she was returned to the Russians who sold her to the Government of Western Australia They renamed her Western Australia for a service from Fremantle to Wyndham She returned all the way to Liverpool for the modifications for this service Despite being fast she was not found to be suitable for Australian coastal service and so in 1915 she was back again in the UK acting as a transport and troopship during WW1 After the war she was purchased by Swedish Lloyd for 40 000 and renamed Patricia the first of four with this name Patricia received a major refit before inaugurating a new Gothenburg Newcastle service She later transferred to the London service In 1929 with the arrival of the new turbines Suecia and Britannia Patricia was sold to the United Baltic Corporation as the Baltavia Baltavia was sold for scrap in 1935 Modern postcard of Western Australia Scan Michael Kenyon Swedish Lloyd postcard of Patricia 1 Swedish Lloyd photograph of Patricia 1 Swedish Lloyd postcard of Patricia 1 World Ship Society photograph of Patricia 1 W H Browning photographic postcard of Baltavia in United Baltic Corporation service Suecia Swedish Lloyd 1929 66 Britannia Swedish Lloyd 1929 66 Suecia and Britannia were built on the Tyne in 1929 They were powered by three Parsons geared tubines driving a single shaft Gross tonnage was 4216 a substantial increase on earlier ships in the fleet and carried 265 passengers 220 first 45 second The two ships allowed a thrice weekly service each wat from Gothenburg to London summer and winter Passengers were landed at Tilbury after which the ships proceeded to Millwall Dock to unload cargo In 1937 Suecia and Britannia were converted to oil firing In March 1937 Suecia was sunk when hit by the newly launched tanker Kollbjorg She was raised and re entered service in June In 1938 Britannia grounded near Southend in the Thames Estuary Both ships were laid up throughout World War 2 In 1945 they were requisitioned by the UK Government as troop transports they were released in 1946 and re entered London service after a refit In 1947 only they both ran with white hulls In 1950 the forecastles were extended to the bridge In 1956 passenger accommodation was changed to 127 first 124 second plus 92 summer dormitory berths In later years the winter service was reduced to one sailing each way on Saturdays the London based ship then acting as a floating hotel until the following Saturday In October 1966 both ships were sold to Hellenic Mediterranean Lines and renamed Isthmia and Cynthia They ran a Mediterranean service between Marseille Genoa Piraeus Alexandria Port Said Beirut Isthmia and Cynthia were broken up in 1972 and 1973 Official Swedish Lloyd postcard with original short forecastle Official Swedish Lloyd postcard with original short forecastle Official Swedish Lloyd postcard with original short forecastle Official Swedish Lloyd postcard with original short forecastle Official Swedish Lloyd postcard with original short forecastle Official Swedish Lloyd postcard with original short forecastle Photograph of Suecia when sunk in 1937 after a collision with a newly launched tanker She was repaired at the Eriksberg yard whose floating dock is seen in the background Official Swedish Lloyd postcard with later post 1950 extended forecastle Official Swedish Lloyd postcard Official Swedish Lloyd postcard Official Swedish Lloyd postcard Hartmans postcard 67 A B postcard 27 of Suecia and Swedish American Line Gripsholm Deckplan of Britannia and Suecia from 1951 Swedish Lloyd brochure Download larger file 600 KB Click to open larger image in new window Official Hellenic Mediterranean Lines postcard of Isthmia Patricia 2 Swedish Lloyd 1935 41 Patricia 2 was built in 1926 as the Byron Line steamer Patris II They sailed on a route Marseille Genoa Piraeus Alexandria Cyprus Beirut similar to that which fleetmates Suecia and Britannia later sailed for Hellenic Mediterranean Lines In 1935 Patris II was sold to Swedush Lloyd and was renamed Patricia 2 After rebuilding by Eriksbergs of Gothenburg she entered service on Gothenburg London summer service She

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  • Jadrolinija - Ferry, Liner and Cruise Ship Postcards - Header page
    operating regular passenger and cargo transport services The company mainly operates car ferries on domestic routes along the Croatian coast as well as international routes across the Adriatic Sea to Italy to ports at Ancona and Bari Jadrolinija currently operates a fleet of 56 vessels 5 large ferries used on long range and international routes 37 smaller ferries used for local passenger service 8 catamarans 1 hydrobus and 5 conventional ships with a total carrying capacity of 3 600 vehicles and 27 540 passengers In 2007 Jadrolinija transported a total of 9 4 million passengers and 2 4 million automobiles My particular thanks to Ivo Batricevic for translations and help with the images and information on these pages and to Marijan Zuvic for permission to use information from his book BRODOVI I SUDBINE 1947 2007 see references Thanks also to Neven Jerkovic Burkhard Schütt Micke Asklander Anton Heuff Igor Brboleza Petar Milin Milo Sluga Jr and Ken Muryama for use of images and providing further information Contact www jadrolinija hr Jadrolinija Web Pages Jadrolinija Header Page This page Jadrolinija Page 1a Pre war Jugoslavian passenger ships at 1947 built before 1911 Jadrolinija Page 1b Pre war Jugoslavian passenger ships at 1947 built 1911 1947 Jadrolinija Page 2 Passenger ships 1947 Jadrolinija Page 3 Car Ferries 1947 1990 Jadrolinija Page 4 Car Ferries 1991 1997 Jadrolinija Page 5 Car Ferries 1998 Jadrolinija Page 6 Fast Ferries Associated Pages www jadrolinija hr Jadrolinija Company Website Ferry Postcards Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page References BRODOVI I SUDBINE 1947 2007 Ships and Destiny 1947 2007 Publisher Jadrolinija Rijeka for publisher dr sc Slavko Loncar Editor Marijan Zuvic Copyright 2007 BIJELA FLOTA HRVATSKOGA JADRANA 1872 1947 1997 White Fleet From the Croatian Sea 1872 1947 1997 Publisher Jadrolinija Rijeka Editor

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  • Istra - Passenger Ship Photographs - Passenger Ship Postcards
    image in new window Official postcard of Istra as modified with extra accommodation forward Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Official postcard issued for both Istra and Dalmaciya Ship appears to be Istra Click to open larger image in new window Astra Neckermann charter 1991 1997 Astra I Neckermann charter 1997 1999 Neckermann postcard of Astra later Astra I Click to open larger image in new window Arion Classic International 1999 Year 2000 issued Classic International postcard of their 1999 acquisition Arion Year 2000 issued Classic International postcard of their 1999 acquisition Arion Classic International s cruise ship Arion in winter lay up in Lisbon Photo Ian Boyle Lisbon 28th October 2003 Click to open larger image in new window Classic International s cruise ship Arion in winter lay up in Lisbon Photo Ian Boyle Lisbon 28th October 2003 Click to open larger image in new window Classic International s cruise ship Arion in winter lay up in Lisbon Photo Ian Boyle Lisbon 28th October 2003 Click to open larger image in new window Classic International s cruise ship Arion in winter lay up in Lisbon Photo Ian Boyle Lisbon 28th October 2003 Click to open larger image in new window Classic International s cruise ship Arion in winter lay up in Lisbon Photo Ian Boyle Lisbon 28th October 2003 Click to open larger image in new window Classic International s cruise ship Arion in winter lay up in Lisbon Photo Ian Boyle Lisbon 28th October 2003 Click to open larger image in new window Classic International s cruise ship Arion in winter lay up in Lisbon Photo Ian Boyle Lisbon 28th October 2003 Click to open larger image in new window Classic International s cruise ship Arion in winter lay up in Lisbon Photo

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  • Dalmacija - Passenger Ship Photographs - Passenger Ship Postcards
    Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Recent Updates Simplon Postcards Home Page References Search Simplon Postcards powered by FreeFind Dalmacija Jadrolinija 1965 2001 Official postcard of Dalmacija as built with derricks forward Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Official postcard of Dalmacija with accommodation extended forwards Official postcard issued for both Istra and Dalmacija Ship appears to be Istra Click to open larger image in new window Official postcard of Dalmacija on German charter Click to open larger image in new window Official postcard of Dalmacija with blue funnel logo Photographic postcard of Dalmacija Click to open larger image in new window Postcard of Dalmacija on a Norwegian cruise Click to open larger image in new window Official postcard of Dalmacija Click to open larger image in new window Official Intercruise postcard of Dalmacija Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija Ulanik Shipping Croatian Cruise Line 2001 2006 Official postcard of Dalmacija with Ulanik Shipping Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Dubrovnik Photo Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Dubrovnik Photo Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Dubrovnik Photo Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Dubrovnik Photo Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Dubrovnik Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Dubrovnik Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Dubrovnik Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Dubrovnik Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Dubrovnik Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Dubrovnik Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Dubrovnik Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Dubrovnik Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Dubrovnik Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Croatian Cruise Line image of Dalmacija Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija Adriatic Cruises 2006 2009 Ownership changed again in 2006 to Adriatic Cruises owned by the Croatian Transauto bus company with plans to run on a similar circuit from Venice between March and November 2007 However between late April 2007 and September Dalmacija has now been chartered by Hansa Kreuzfahrten for use in the Baltic Reports indicate that Hansa have also bought an interest in the ship Official Adriatic Cruises postcard of Dalmacija Click to open larger image in new window Adriatic Cruises image of Dalmacija Click to open larger image in new window Adriatic Cruises image of Dalmacija Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Venice Photo Ian Boyle More images from 2007 cruise Click to open larger image in new window

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  • Dalmacija Cruise - March/April 2007 - Page 1
    built hydrofoil arriving at Zadar Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window PLOCE Croatia for Mostar Bosnia Monday 2nd April Arr 07 00 Dep 15 00 Dalmacija at Ploce Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window The bridge at Mostar Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window The bridge at Mostar Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window The bridge at Mostar Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window The bridge at Mostar Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Mike photographing the bridge at Mostar Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Mostar Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Mostar Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Mostar Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window KORCULA Croatia Monday 2nd April Arr 18 00 Dep 22 00 Approaching Korcula Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Korcula Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window KOTOR Montenegro Tuesday 3rd April 2007 Arr 09 00 Dep 22 00 Early morning arrival in Kotor Fjord Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Early morning arrival in Kotor Fjord Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Kotor Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Kotor Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Kotor Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Kotor Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Shrine above Kotor Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Shrine above Kotor Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Kotor Seen from the shrine in the images above Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Kotor Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Kotor Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window DUBROVNIK Croatia Wednesday 4th April Arr 07 00 Dep 19 00 Dubrovnik Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dubrovnik Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dubrovnik Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dubrovnik Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Photographing Dalmacija with Ivo Batricevic Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Dubrovnik Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Dubrovnik Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Dubrovnik Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Sky Wonder at Dubrovnik Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Sky Wonder at

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  • Dalmacija at Cruise - March/April 2007 - Page 2
    to open larger image in new window ZADAR Croatia Sunday 1st April Arr 07 00 Dep 18 00 Dalmacija at Zadar Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Zadar Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Zadar Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Zadar Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Zadar Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Zadar Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Zadar Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Zadar Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Zadar Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Zadar Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Zadar Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Zadar Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Zadar Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window PLOCE Croatia Monday 2nd April Arr 07 00 Dep 15 00 Dalmacija at Ploce Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Ploce Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Ploce Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window KORCULA Croatia Monday 2nd April Arr 18 00 Dep 22 00 Dalmacija at Korcula Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Korcula Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Korcula Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Korcula Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Korcula Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Korcula Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Korcula Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window KOTOR Montenegro Tuesday 3rd April 2007 Arr 09 00 Dep 22 00 Dalmacija at Kotor Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Kotor Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Kotor Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Kotor Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Kotor Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Kotor Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Kotor Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Kotor Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija at Kotor Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window

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  • Jadrolinija Page 1a - Pre-war Jugoslavian passenger ships at 1947 (built before 1911)
    Italy during WW II with same name 1942 during the war sank at Gruz Dubrovnik 1947 new owner Jadrolinija 1962 scrapped Cavtat prior to Jadrolinija service in late 1930s at Dubrovnik In Dubrovacka plovidba a d Dubrovnik colours Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Cavtat in Jadrolinija service Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Ulcinj Jadrolinija 1947 1964 built 1900 130 gt length 36 0 m steam 170 kw speed 9 knts 196 passengers 1900 built at Mali Losinj as BAKAR 1922 new name SITNICA 1941 in Italian service during WW II with name RISANO 1947 owner Jadolinija with new name ULCINJ 1964 scrap at Sveta Kaja near Split Ulcinj in war service with Jugoslav Navy 1943 Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Porec 1 Jadrolinija 1947 1964 built 1902 164 gross tons 36 7 m long steam 170 kW speed 10 knots 225 passengers 1902 built at Mali Losinj with name ABBAZIA 1921 new name UCKA 1941 in Italian service during WW II with name MONTE MAGGIORE 1947 new owner Jadrolinija with new name POREC 1964 scrapped at Sveta Kaja near Split Porec in Jadrolinija service Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Perast Jadrolinija 1947 1960 built 1902 208 gross tons 41 9 m long steam 206 kW speed 9 knots 300 passengers 1902 built at Trieste Italy with name MAGYAR 1921 new name SLOBODA 1941 in Ialian service during WW II with name LAGOSTA 1947 new owner Jadrolinija with new name PERAST 1960 scrapped at Sveta Kaja near Split Perast in Jadrolinija service Scan Ivo Batricevic Dalmacija Jadrolinija 1948 1963 built 1902 Cres Jadrolinija 1963 1968 866 gross tons 71 05 m long steam 1177 kW speed 14 knots 817 passengers 1902 built at shipyard Wigham Richardson Co Ltd River Tyne UK with the name GODOLLO 1921 new name ZAGREB 1941 in Italian service during WW II with the name ENRICO BARONI 1947 new name ZAGREB 1948 owner Jadrolinija with the new name DALMACIJA 1963 new name CRES 1967 laid up at Sveta Kaja 1968 scrapped at Sveta Kaja near Split Postcard of Godollo Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Postcard of Godollo with Graf Wurmbrand Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Photo of Godollo aground near Murter 1913 Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Photo of Zagreb Scan Ivo Batricevic Photo of Zagreb Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Dalmacija 1 in Jadrolinija service Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Cres in Jadrolinija service Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Postcard of Cres in Jadrolinija service Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Lapad Jadrolinija 1947 1961 built 1902 208 gross tons 41 9 m long steam 206 kW speed 9 knots 300 passengers 1902 built at Trieste Italy with name HRVAT 1914 new name DAMPFER XIX 1915 new name HRVAT 1928 new name MLJET 1946 new name LAPAD 1947 new owner Jadrolinija 1961 scrapped at Sveta Kaja near Split Mljet ex Hrvat before the war Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Lapad in Jadrolinija service Scan Ivo Batricevic Hvar Jadrolinija 1947 1965 built 1903 404 gross tons 45 1 m long steam 309 kW speed 9 5 knots 260 passengers 1903 built at Rotterdam Nederland with name ZARA 1921 new name HVAR 1941 in Italian service during WW II with name VOLOSCA 1943 in German WWII service 1946 after war returned to Jugoslavija 1947 new owner Jadrolinija with name HVAR 1965 scrapped at Sveta Kaja near Split Hvar in Jadrolinija service Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Hvar with Partizanka in Jadrolinija service Scan Ivo Batricevic Hvar in Jadrolinija service Scan Ivo Batricevic Podhum Jadrolinija 1947 1964 built 1904 205 gt length 44 3 m steam 294 kw speed 9 5 knts 270 passengers 1904 built in shipyard Ditta Giovanni Poli at Chioggia Italy owner Hrvatsko Parobrodarsko D rustvo Senj as ANTE STARCEVIC 1923 new owner Jadranska plovidba d d Susak 1941 in Italian service WW II wih name VINCENZO CIARAVOLO 1946 after WW II back to Jugoslavija 1947 new owner Jadrolinija new name PODHUM 1964 scrapped at Sveta Kaja near Split Pre war photo of Ante Starcevic later Jadrolinija s Podhum Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Podhum ex Ante Starcevic in Jadrolinija service Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Podhum in Jadrolinija service Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Starigrad Jadrolinija 1947 1963 built 1904 213 gross tons 43 98 m long steam 294 kW speed 9 5 knots 205 passengers 1904 built at Chioggia Italy with name HRVATSKA 1923 new name LIKA 1941 in Italian service during WW II with name GINO NAIS 1943 in German service with name HS 74 1946 back to Jugoslavija 1947 new owner Jadrolinija with new name STARIGRAD 1963 scrapped at Svaeta Kaja near Split Starigrad in Jadrolinija service Scan Ivo Batricevic Opatija 1 Jadrolinija 1947 1948 1952 built 1905 Vida Jadrolinija 1948 1952 1953 1965 266 gross tons steam 478 kW speed 12 knots 420 passengers 1905 built at Trieste Italy with the name TATRA 1921 new name TRIGLAV 1941 in Italian service during WW II with the name MEDEA 1944 in German service during WW II with the name G 310 1945 new name TRIGLAV 1947 new owner Jadrolinija with the new name OPATIJA 1948 new name VIDA 1952 new name OPATIJA 1953 new name VIDA 1965 scrapped at Sveta Kaja near Split Triglav in pre WW2 service Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Opatija in Jadrolinija service Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Vida in Jadrolinija

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