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  • Jadrolinija - Page 3: Car Ferries 1962-1990
    Machinefabriek De Mervede Van Vliet Co Hardinxveld Holland She entered service from Jugoslavia to Greece and Italy Postcard of Jadrolinija ferry Liburnija Postcard of Jadrolinija ferry Liburnija Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Postcard of Jadrolinija ferry Liburnija Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Liburnija Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Liburnija Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Liburnija Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Liburnija Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Liburnija Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Liburnija Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Liburnija Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Liburnija Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Liburnija Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Liburnija Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Liburnija Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Liburnija 1965 at Dubrovnik Photo Ian Boyle August 2006 Click to open larger image in new window Cresanka Jadrolinija 1968 1994 253 gross tons 46 20m long two diesels total 735 kw 11 knots 200 passengers 28 cars 1962 built at Perami Greece as DIONISIOS ZAMBAZAS Greek flag 1964 renamed DIMITRIOS K Greek flag 1968 new owner Jadrolinija renamed CRESANKA Croatian flag 1994 scrapped at Chioggia Italy Jadrolinija ferry Cresanka Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Hvaranka Jadrolinija 1968 1994 330 gross tons 42 70m long two diesels total 772 kw 12 knots 350 passengers 34 cars 1967 built at Perami Greece as NIREUS I 1968 new owner Jadrolinija renamed HVARANKA 1994 scrapped at Pula shipyard Jadrolinija ferry Hvaranka Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Losinjanka Jadrolinija 1969 Losinjanka was built in 1969 for Jadrolinija by Brodogradiliste Kraljevica Kraljevica Sisters were Krcanka Peljescanka and Soltanka She has served on Split Rogac Zadar Br anj Rava and Drvenik Veli Drvenik Mali Trogir In 2007 she was in use between Ploce and Trpanj Losinjanka Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Losinjanka Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Losinjanka at Ploce Photo Ian Boyle 2nd April 2007 Click to open larger image in new window Losinjanka at Ploce Photo Ian Boyle 2nd April 2007 Click to open larger image in new window Losinjanka at Ploce Photo Ian Boyle 2nd April 2007 Click to open larger image in new window Losinjanka at Ploce Photo Ian Boyle 2nd April 2007 Click to open larger image in new window Losinjanka on its way from Sibenik at the exit from Kanal Sv Ante Photo Milo Sluga Jr May 2007 Click to open larger image in new window Bracanka Jadrolinija 1969 1987 319 gross tons 48m long two Deutz diesels total 758 kw 11 knots 250 passengers 32 cars 1967 built at Piraeus Greece as COSTAS TH 1969 owner Jadrolinija with new name BRACANKA Croatian flag 1987 after fire at the port of Supetar Croatia scrapped at Sveta Kaja near Split Jadrolinija ferry Bracanka Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Brestova 1 Jadrolinija 1970 1994 215 gross tons 38m long Atlas diesels total 342 kw 9 knots 200 passengers 20 cars 1948 built in Sweden with name KALMARSUND IV 1970 owner Jadrolinija with name BRESTOVA flag Croatia 1994 1995 scrapped at Pula Croatia Postcard of Swedish ferry Kalmarsund IV later Brestova 1 Scan Fakta om Fartyg Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Brestova 1 Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Brestova 1 Photo Fleet File Rotterdam Scan Fakta om Fartyg Click to open larger image in new window Krcanka Jadrolinija 1970 Krcanka was built in 1970 for Jadrolinija by Titovo Brodogradiliste Kraljevica Sisters were Losinjanka Peljescanka and Soltanka Krcanka Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Krcanka Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Krcanka Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Krcanka Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Krcanka Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Kacjak 2 Jadrolinija 1970 1994 158 gross tons length 25 55m two Mercedes diesels total 441 kw speed 8 5 knots 150 passenger 25 cars 1954 built at Pula Jugoslav Navy with serial PDS 707 1970 owner Jadrolinija with name KACJAK 2 1981 rebuilt at Punat shipyard 218 grpss tons and 33 42 m long 1993 heavy damage during the war in ex Jugoslavija 1994 scrapped at Punat Croatia Jadrolinija ferry Kacjak 2 Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Peljescanka Jadrolinija 1971 Peljescanka was built in 1971 for Jadrolinija by Titovo Brodogradiliste Kraljevica Sisters were Losinjanka Krcanka and Soltanka Peljescanka Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Peljescanka Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Peljescanka Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Soltanka Jadrolinija 1971 Soltanka was built in 1970 for Jadrolinija by Titovo Brodogradiliste Kraljevica Sisters were Losinjanka Peljescanka and Krcanka From 2005 she operated between Ploce and Trpanj but in April 2007 she had been replaced by sister Losinjanka on this route Soltanka in Yugoslavian ownership Photo Fleet File Rotterdam Scan Fakta om Fartyg Click to open larger image in new window Soltanka at Ploce Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Soltanka at Ploce Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Soltanka at Ploce Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Ero Jadrolinija 1971 Ero was built as Ærø for Danish comapnay A S Dampskibsselskabet Ærø Ærøskøbing and used between Ærøskøbing and Svendborg She was sold to Olbalna Plovidba Split in 1968 and renamed Ero She passed to Jadrolinija in 1971 running services from Makarska She no longer operates and is due to be decomissioned Ero Photo Neven Jerkovic Click to open larger image in new window Ilirija Jadrolinija 1971 1996 2077 gross tons 80 80m long two Deutz diesels total 2912 kw 16 knots 700 passengers 78 cars Ilirija was built as Bornholmerpilen in 1963 by Jos L Meyer Verft Papenburg Ems for A S Bornholmsfærgen af 1962 Bornholmstraffiken from 1975 She was used on routes Copenhagen Rønne and Rønne Ystad In 1971 she was sold to Jadranska Linijska Providba Rijeka Jadrolinija and renamed Ilirija for service Rijeka Dubrovnik Since 1997 she sailed as Kargem and Avrasya II for Turkish owners She was scrapped in 2006 1963 built at Papenburg Germany as BORNHOLMERPILEN Danish flag 1971 new owner Jadrolinija new name ILIRIJA flag Jugoslavija 1992 flag Croatia 1996 Jadrolinja sold ILIRIJA to Dentek Teknik Hizmeltar Tuzla New name KARGEM port of registry Istanbul Flag Turkey 2000 new name AVRASYA 2 new owner Trabzon Birselik Denizcilik A S Trabzon flag Turkey 2005 new name AVRASYA owner Trabzon Birselik Denizcilik A S flag DNR Korea 2006 scrapped at Aliagi Turkey Bornholm company postcard of Bornholmerpilen Jadrolinija postcard of Ilirija Click to open larger image in new window Nakladatelstvi Svepomoc Prague postcard of Ilirija Photo O Saflek Jadrolinija ferry Ilirija Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Ilirija Photo Jan Vinther Christiansen Scan Fakta om Fartyg Click to open larger image in new window Karden Line ferry Kargem ex Ilirija Photo Niels Wegener Scan Fakta om Fartyg Click to open larger image in new window ex Jadrolinija ferry Ilirija being scrapped in Turkey as Avrasya Photo Selim San Scan Fakta om Fartyg Click to open larger image in new window Zvoncac Jadrolinija 1971 1978 124 gross tons 25m long B W diesel 110 kw 7 knots 50 passengers 8 cars 1952 built at Trogir Jugoslavija as a cargo ship with name LOKRUM 1952 new name ZVONCAC 1969 rebuilt to car ferry 1971 owner Jadrolinija 1978 new owner Pomgrad Split and rebuilt as acargo ship 1990 static ship restaurant still in service Jadrolinija ferry Zvoncac Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Loda Jadrolinija 1971 1998 383 gross tons 45 3m long four Scania diesels total 544 kw 10 5 knots 225 passengers 30 cars 1960 was built at Laxevagu Norwey with name Dragør for the Limhamn Dragør service of Rederi Ab Öresund 1969 owner Obalna plovidba Split from Split with new name LODA Jugoslav flag 1971 new owner Jadrolinija 1978 new two diesel engines total 690 kw 1985 new two diesel engines total 1060 kw speed 11 knots 1992 new flag Croatia 1998 Jadrolinija sold ship 2006 sank at alongside Sjeverna Luka Split 2008 waiiting for scrap Postcard of Swedish ferry Dragør later loda Scan Fakta om Fartyg Jadrolinija ferry Loda Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Slaven Jadrolinija 1971 1992 Zavizan Jadrolinija 1992 2005 397 gross tons 45 3m long four Scania diesels total 544 kw 10 knots 225 passengers 30 cars 1960 built in Bergen Norway as LIMHAMN for the Limhamn Dragør service of Rederi Ab Öresund she had a sister Dragør 1966 four new Scania Vabis diesel engines total 618 kw 1969 new owner Obalna plovidba Split from Split renamed SLAVEN flag Jugoslavija 1971 new owner Jadrolinija flag Jugoslavija 1992 in Jadrolinije service renamed ZAVIZANJ flag Croatia 1985 new two diesel engine total 1060 kw speed 11 knots 2005 scrapped at Pula Croatia Postcard of Swedish ferry Limhamn later Slaven and Zavizan Scan Fakta om Fartyg Click to open larger image in new window Postcard of Swedish ferry Limhamn later Slaven and Zavizan Scan Fakta om Fartyg Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Slaven Photo Rickard Sahlsten Scan Fakta om Fartyg Jadrolinija ferry Zavizan Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Zavizan Photo Jan Vinter Christensen Scan Fakta om Fartyg Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Zavizan Photo Jan Vinter Christensen Scan Fakta om Fartyg Click to open larger image in new window Gradac Jadrolinija 1972 1994 407 gross tons 42m long Nohab Polar diesels total 897 kw 9 knots 350 passengers 50 cars 1955 was built at Sweden with name KALMARSUND VII Swedish flag 1972 new owner Jadrolinija new name GRADAC Croatian flag 1994 sold to Italy for breaking up at Chioggia Swedish ferry Kalmarsund VII later Gradac Photo Anders Blomgren Scan Fakta om Fartyg Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Gradac Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Gradac Photo Fleet File Rotterdam Scan Fakta om Fartyg Click to open larger image in new window Kalmar Jadrolinija 1972 1998 399 gross tons 46 1m long Nohab Polar diesels total 772 kw 10 knots 360 passengers 30 cars 1951 built in Sweden as KALMARSUND VI 1972 owner Jadrolinija renamed KALMAR flag Croatia 1998 sold to Sangulin d o o from Biograd na moru same name flag Croatia 1999 new owner same name flag Italy 2004 scrap at Reggio Calabria Italy Swedish ferry Kalmarsund VI later Kalmar Photo Åke Roos Björn Roos collection Scan Fakta om Fartyg Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Kalmar Photo Fleet File Rotterdam Scan Fakta om Fartyg Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Kalmar Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window ex Jadrolinija ferry Kalmar Photo Enzo Annuario Reggio Calabria 24th December 2003 Scan Fakta om Fartyg Click to open larger image in new window Vis 1 Jadrolinija 1972 1975 Komiza Jadrolinija 1975 1997 376 gross tons 42m long Nohab Polar diesels total 897 kw 10 knots 350 passengers 30 cars 1963 built in Sweden as KALMARSUND VIII 1972 owner Jadolinija renamed VIS flag Croatia 1975 in Jadrolinija service with new name KOMIZA flag Croatia 1997 sold to Jadranmetal d d Pula 2000 new name KALMARSUND VIII 2002 returned to Sweden in winter used as a static ship museum and in summer sailing on short excursions 2002 still in service Postcard of Swedish ferry Kalmarsund VIII later Vis 1 and Komiza Scan Fakta om Fartyg Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Komiza ex Vis 1 Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Vira Jadrolinija 1974 1999 356 gross tons 49 5m long six Scania diesels total 675 kw 9 knots 268 passengers 32 cars 1965 was built at Sweden with name KALMARSUND IX Swedish flag 1974 new owner Jadrolinija new name VIRA Croatian flag 1999 sold to Italy with same name Italian flag 2000 laid up at Reggio Calabria Italy Swedish ferry Kalmarsund IX later Vira Scan Fakta om Fartyg Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Vira Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Novalija Jadrolinija 1974 2005 362 gross tons 49 7m long Mak diesels total 552 kw 9 knots 268 passengers 32 cars 1959 built in Sweden with name KALMARSUND V flag Sweden 1974 owner Jadrolinija with name NOVALJA flag Croatia 2005 sold to Losinjska Plovidba Brodogradiliste d d from Mali Losinj rebuilt to barge for works in shipyard Postcard of Swedish ferry Kalmarsund V later Novalija Scan Fakta om Fartyg Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Novalija Photo Fleet File Rotterdam Scan Fakta om Fartyg Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Novalija Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Novalja and Brestova 2 in Porozina Cres Photo Photo Fleet Rotterdam 26th June 2001 Scan Fakta om Fartyg Click to open larger image in new window Slavija Slavija I Jadrolinija 1976 1998 8203grt 121 19m long 20 knots 1500 passengers 354 berths later 490 Skipper Clement was built as Jens Kofoed 1 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 Jadrolinija 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 Postcard of Slavija I Click to open larger image in new window Postcard of Slavija I Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Slavija I Photo Fleet File Rotterdam Scan Fakta om Fartyg Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Slavija I Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Slavija I in Dubrovnik Photo Marko Kusijanovic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Slavija I in Dubrovnik Photo Marko Kusijanovic Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Slavija I Scan Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window ex Jadrolinija ferry Slavija I as Europa I of Skenderbeg Lines Photo Andreas Wörteler Scan Fakta om Fartyg Click to open larger image in new window ex Jadrolinija ferry Slavija I as Europa I of Skenderbeg Lines Photo Jan Vinther Christensen Scan Fakta om Fartyg Click to open larger image in new window Vis 2 Jadrolinija 1976 Vis 2 was built as Sydfyn in 1965 by Flensburger Schiffbaugesellschaft for Nordisk Færgefart A S Faaborg Denmark She operated on the Gelting Faaborg route until replaced in 1976 by the Gelting She was sold to Jadranska Linijska Plovidba Jadrolinja as the Vis remaining in service in 2008 Jadrolinija ferry Vis 1965 at Dubrovnik Photo 2006 Copyright Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Lastovo I 1 Jadrolinija 1976 1978 Partizanka 3 Jadrolinija 1978 1992 Ston Jadrolinija 1992 1996 Lastovo I 1 was built as Kraakerø for A S Birger Svendsen Söner Fredrikstad Norway in 1964 by Langesunds M V A S Langesund She entered service in June 1964 between Strömstad and Kragerø soon moving to Arendal Lysekil and Kragerø Skagen Kraakerø was sold in October 1964 to Rederi Ab G H Linjen Höganäs as Gilleleje for service between Höganäs and Gilleleje During the summer of 1965 she was chartered to Rederi Ab Nordö Oskarshamn for service between Oxelösund and Kappelshamn In November 1965 Gilleleje was sold to Rederi Ab Gotland and was renamed Polhem 2 During the summer of 1966 she served Västervik Visby Grankullavik Oskarshamn In April 1972 Polhem 2 was sold to the Tourship Group Corsica Ferries and adopted the name Corsica Ferry for sevice between Bastia and Livorno In 1976 Corsica Ferry was sold to Jadranska Linijska Plovidba Rijeka Jadrolinija and renamed Lastovo I She initially ran Split Hvar Vela Luka Ubli In 1978 she was renamed Partizanka 3 and then Ston in 1992 She was sold by Jadrolinija in 1996 subsequent names being Stone and Guniz Jadrolinija ferry Lastivo I Scan Ivo Batricevic Jadrolinija ferry Partizanka 3 Photo Fleet File Rotterdam Scan Fakta om Fartyg Click to open larger image in new window Jadrolinija ferry Partizanka 3 Photo Fleet File Rotterdam Scan

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  • Cruise Ship Deutschland of Peter Deilmann
    Deutschland at Dubrovnik Deutschland on the Thames 2007 Deutschland on the Thames 2014 Associated Pages Deilmann Cruise Ships German Cruise Ships Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page References Search This Website powered by FreeFind Deutschland Peter Deilmann Reederei All images link to larger copies Deutschland Postcards Official Peter Deilmann postcards of Deutschland World Ships card Nr 19 of Deutschland Photo by D Hasenpusch Simplon Postcards serial no sc2136 of Deutschland released December 1998 Photo Wil Moojen in the North Sea Canal A rather poor Fahrschifffahrt card of Deutschland Manfred Moeller card Nr 116 of Deutschland MaxCards cards of Deutschland at Dublin A fascinating card Nr 001 of Deutschland at the Cuxhaven passenger terminal The Hapag Hallen and railway platforms are in the foreground The card is published by the Hapag Hallen Various cruise ships in the Nord Ostsee Kanal Kiel Canal including the Deutschland The card was published by Bernd Broux for the centenary of the canal E A Vikesland cards of Deutschland at Flam Photo E A Vikesland Russian card CH30 of Deutschland at St Petersburg Deutschland Photographs Deutschland at San Francisco Deutschland on maiden visit to San Francisco Photo Marvin Jensen Deutschland at Kiel

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  • Cruise Ship AIDAaura of Aida Kreuzfahrten (Carnival)
    to AIDAvita was delivered in May 2003 AIDA Kreuzfahrten fleet postcard of AIDAaura AIDAvita and AIDAcara Click to open larger image in new window AIDA Kreuzfahrten postcard of AIDAaura Click to open larger image in new window AIDA Kreuzfahrten postcard of AIDAaura AIDA Kreuzfahrten postcard of AIDAaura Click to open larger image in new window AIDA Kreuzfahrten postcard of AIDAaura Click to open larger image in new window The AIDA Kreuzfahrten 2003 2004 fleet of AIDAaura AIDAvita and AIDAcara Note all three images on the card below show the AIDAcara AIDA Kreuzfahrten 2004 2007 postcard showing AIDAblu AIDAaura AIDAvita and AIDAcara Click to open larger image in new window AIDAaura Deck Plans AIDAaura Deck Plan Download original Adobe PDF File 250 KB Click to open larger image in new window AIDAaura Commercial Postcards anSICHTEN Verlag postcard of AIDAaura at Hamburg issued 2004 Click to open larger image in new window anSICHTEN Verlag postcard of AIDAaura at Hamburg issued 2004 Click to open larger image in new window AIDAaura Postcards Aida Cruises P O 1999 Aida AIDAaura Photographs AIDAaura at Dublin Photo Ian Boyle 25th August 2008 Click to open larger image in new window AIDAaura at Dublin Photo Ian Boyle

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  • NCL Cruise Ship Southward - later Airtours Seawing
    Seawing Sun Cruises Airtours 1994 2004 Perla Louis Hellenic Cruises 2004 Associated Pages Louis Cruise Lines Norwegian Caribbean Line Sun Cruises Airtours Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Search This Website powered by FreeFind Southward NCL 1971 94 Southward entered service with NCL in 1971 and operated with them including service from California until sold to Airtours in 1994 becoming their Seawing Two early official NCL cards of Southward are shown below An Astral Graphics postcard of Southward serial SC11 printed by FISA in Spain Two oversized NCL postcards of Southward shown reduced in size to speed loading Chantry Classics serial number CC S148 of Southward photographed by Charles S Kuntz Catalina Island Postcard Co serial number B19488 of Southward This card shows the later coloures with red funnel logo California Scene serial number SD268 of Southward at San Diego The widening of NCL operations resulted in the name change from Norwegian Caribbean to Norwegian Cruise Line This card shows the later coloures with red funnel logo Seawing Sun Cruises 1994 Seawing was acquired by Sun Cruises Airtours in 1994 Official Sun Cruises card AIR SC 03 is shown below Official Sun Cruises card AIR SC 04 is shown below Official Sun Cruises card C16375X of Seawing at Palma is shown below Official Sun Cruises card C16789X of Seawing off Gibraltar is shown below Official Sun Cruises card C16790X of Seawing at Villefranche is shown below Official Sun Cruises card C16791X of Seawing off Gibraltar is shown below Official Sun Cruises card AC16825X of Seawing is shown below An enlargement of one image is shown below the other three have been issued as postcards and are shown above Ramsey Postcards issue 115 of Seawing is shown below Perla Louis Hellenic Cruises 2004 Louis Cruises postcard of

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  • Song of Norway Cruise Ship Postcards
    Click on images for details Song of Norway RCCL 1970 1996 Song of Norway was the first ship built for Royal Caribbean being delivered from Helsinki builders Wartsila in 1970 She was 18000 tons as built and carried 724 passengers In 1978 she was lengthened by 85 feet to carry a total of 1024 passengers and increase size to 23000 gross tons She initially operated on 7 and 14 day cruise out of Miami but later served throughout the world breaking new territories for RCCL when superseded by larger ships in the Caribbean She was sold to Airtours now largely owned by main rivals Carnival in 1996 becoming their Sundream The distinctive sky lounge on the funnel was removed as part of the deal greatly improving her appearance The official RCCL card below shows Song of Norway her original condition She is photographed at Oslo original headquarters of RCCL presumably on her delivery voyage from Helsinki to Miami A later card of Song of Norway following lengthening Wolf Enterprises A later card of Song of Norway following lengthening Wolf Enterprises P Asenjo postcard 679 of Song of Norway following lengthening Click to open larger image in new window Kevin Jenkins postcard 007 of Song of Norway in the Gaillard Cut of the Panama Canal Kevin Jenkins postcard 006 of Song of Norway in the Pedro Miguel Locks of the Panama Canal Official RCCL postcard RCCL 1 of Song of Norway in Norway following lengthening Official RCCL postcard RCCL 2 of Song of Norway following lengthening Scenic Productions St Thomas postcard CS 1 of Song of Norway following lengthening Simplon Postcards serial sc2040 released November 1993 of Song of Norway plus Sun Viking astern at Oslo in September 1993 Photograph by Ian Boyle Chantry Classics CC S32 of Song of Norway photographed by Dieter Streich Ramsey Postcards 59 of Song of Norway Lord Hunter 160 of Song of Norway Sun Viking at St Maarten Photograph of Song of Norway Photo Wil Moojen Antigua 16th April 1991 Photograph of Song of Norway Photo Wil Moojen Ijmuiden 15th July 1992 Sundream Airtours 1996 2004 Sundream was built in 1971 as the Song of Norway the second of three Royal Caribbean sister ships As with sister ship Nordic Prince Carousel she was lengthened in 1978 She was bought by Airtours in 1996 As with Carousel part of the sale agreement was that the distinctive RCI Sky Lounge around the funnel was removed improving the ship s appearance in the process This did not apply to subsequent RCI sales the Sun Viking and Song of America For the summer of 2000 she operated a series of cruises from the UK and a series of photographs of Sundream at Southampton in August 2000 are shown on this link Sundream later received MyTravel livery and continued operating for them until 26th September 2004 In early 2005 she was laid up at Piraeus under the name Dream Princess No further details are available yet although there are rumours

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  • Nordic Prince Cruise Ship Postcards
    The First Generation Cruise Ships Royal Caribbean Cruise Line Page 2 The Mega Ships Admiral Cruises Amalgamated with RCCL in 1989 Airtours Acquired three of the first four RCCL ships Louis Cruise Lines Carnival Majority owner of Airtours for a period Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page References Click on images for details Nordic Prince RCCL 1971 1994 Nordic Prince was the second of two sisters built for Royal Caribbean being delivered from Helsinki builders Wartsila in 1971 She was 18000 tons as built and carried 724 passengers In 1980 she was lengthened by 85 feet to carry a total of 1024 passengers and increase size to 23000 gross tons She initially operated on 7 and 14 day cruise out of Miami but later served throughout the world breaking new territories for RCCL when superseded by larger ships in the Caribbean She was sold to Airtours now largely owned by main rivals Carnival in 1994 becoming their Carousel The distinctive sky lounge on the funnel was removed as part of the deal greatly improving her appearance This card by Gulfstream Miami shows Nordic Prince in original condition plus Sun Viking and three NCL ships at Miami serial GS1016 2 Astral Graphics postcard 670 of Nordic Prince following lengthening Click to open larger image in new window Carousel Airtours 1994 2004 Carousel was built in 1971 as the Nordic Prince the second of three Royal Caribbean sisterships She was lengthened in 1978 and bought by Airtours in 1994 Part of the sale agreement with RCI was that the distinctive Sky Lounge around the funnel was removed improving the ship s appearance in the process In later years she received a revised MyTravel colour scheme In April 2004 it was announced that Carousel would join the Louis Cruise

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  • Song of America Cruise Ship Postcards
    three of the first four RCCL ships Thomson Cruises Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page References Click on images for details Song of America Song of America RCCL 1982 1999 After increasing capacity on two of their three ships through lengthening Royal Caribbean decided to build their first new ship in ten years The Song of America was delivered from Wartsila in Helsinki builders of their first three ships in 1982 Song of America was larger than her predecessors at 37584 gross tons and 1414 berths 1575 maximum She pioneered a layout where cabin decks were stacked at the front of the ship furthest from the engines with public rooms further aft Although common on large car ferries this layout has not been repeated much on cruise ships The Sky Lounge was even more prominent than before completely encircling the funnel Song of America initially operated the company s busiest 7 day itinerary from Miami to Nassau San Juan and St Thomas Displaced by larger tonnage she was sold to Airtours becoming their Sunbird in 1999 Unlike previous sales to Airtours the Sky Lounge was not removed Official RCCL postcard P42072 Astral Graphics P Asenjo postcard A 200 of Song of America Bermuda Prints postcard 305 of Song of America Photolaminados Puerto Rico postcard 6 of Song of America passing El Morro John Hinde Dublin postcard 2BH 97 of Song of America s bow in the Bahamas An unusual postcard 08 095 15 of Song of America part of a set of cards illustrating different types of merchant ship Published by Vydavatelstvo of Bratislava Chantry Classics CC S67 of Song of America Photo A O Wilhelmi 3rd CT publishing No 030 issued 1993 of Song of America Photo Richard I Weiss leaving Miami 14 01 1990 Virgin Islands Postcard Company serial 2US VI 95 of Song of America Rhapsody Paquet and Festivale Carnival right to left Sunbird Sun Cruises 1999 2004 Sunbird was built in 1982 as the Royal Caribbean cruise ship Song of America Unlike the previous two purchases from RCI the Sky Lounge around the funnel was not removed when acquired in 1999 In later years she received MyTravel livery From 2005 Sunbird operated as Thomson Destiny in the Thomson fleet managed and later owned by Louis Cruise Lines Official Sun Cruises card of Sunbird no serial number An enlargement of the ship from the card above Official Sun Cruises card of Sunbird no serial number Postcard of Sunbird in MyTravel colours at Madeira Thomson Destiny Thomson Cruises 2005 Name of ship THOMSON DESTINY IMO number 7927984 Call Sign P3US9 Gross tonnage 37773 Type of ship Passenger Cruise Ship Year of build 1982 Flag Cyprus All Thomson Destiny Images link to larger copies From 2005 Sunbird operated as Thomson Destiny in the Thomson fleet managed and later owned by Louis Cruise Lines Thomson Destiny postcard Scan Juan Freitas Thomson Destiny postcard Scan Juan Freitas Official postcard of Thomson Destiny available on board in 2011

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  • Airtours Sundream Cruise Ship Postcards
    as the Song of Norway She was lengthened in 1978 and currently carries 1004 passengers 1138 max Other details are 22945 GT LOA 194 3m Crew 525 Links to Associated Pages Song of Norway Sundream Postcard Gallery of this Ship Sun Cruises Airtours Royal Caribbean Cruise Line Page 1 The First Generation Cruise Ships Royal Caribbean Cruise Line Page 2 The Mega Ships Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon

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