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  • Sally Line UK Ferry Postcards
    charter to North Sea Ferries In December 1982 Viking 6 was sold to Cypriot based Sol Lines Takis Solomondis of Limassol for a route between Venice and Haifa as Sol Olympia This company failed in 1985 and the ship reverted to Rederi AB Sally ownership initially as Sun Express and later as Viking 6 again She served with Moby Lines until 2001 when sold for scrap A complete history of Viking 6 is shown on this link Chantry Classics CC S24 of Viking 6 Photographed by Norman G Tracy at King George Dock Hull whilst on a three week charter to North Sea Ferries in 1982 Sun Express in Sally UK service between Ramsgate Dunkerque in 1985 She later reverted to the name Viking 6 Photo Fotoflite Viking 3 Sally UK 1983 84 Viking 3 was the third of the six Papenburg sisters delivered to Viking Line partner Sally in 1970 for the Kapellskär Mariehamn Naantali route She was transferred to another Sally company Vaasanlaivat Vasabåtarna as the Wasa Express between 1976 83 and again from 1984 88 In 1983 84 she returned to her original name of Viking 3 for Ramsgate Dunkerque service with Sally Line UK During this period Viking 1 took her place with Vaasanlaivat Vasabåtarna as Wasa Express In 1988 she was sold to Eckerö Line and served as the Roslagen A complete history of Viking 3 is shown on this link In 1983 84 Viking 3 served between Ramsgate and Dunkerque for Sally Line UK The Viking 2 Sally UK 1983 89 Kalle III was a sistership to Djursland II built in 1974 by Schichau Unterweser AG Bremerhaven Germany It had originally been intended that she serve on the Grenå Hundested route as Kattegat II but was moved to Juelsminde Kalundborg as Kalle III from delivery Between 1983 89 she was chartered to Sally UK for Ramsgate Dunkerque service as The Viking Between 1989 91 she ran for Vaasanlaivat as the Wasa Prince From 1991 to 2000 she served Bornholm as the Peder Olsen and was then sold to Moby Lines as the Moby Lally for whom she remained in service in 2002 A complete history of this ship is available on this link Official Sally Line postcard of The Viking Seapost Card No 5 Official Sally Line postcard of The Viking Seapost Card No 13 Official Sally Line postcard of The Viking Seapost Card No 17 Official Sally Line postcard of The Viking This card is numbered Seapost Card No 13 but is published by Colourmaster R81267 Viking 2 Sally UK 1986 88 Sally Sky Sally UK 1988 97 Eurotraveller Sally Direct 1997 99 Viking 2 was built in Bremerhaven in 1976 as the Gedser for Gedser Travemünde Ruten In 1986 Gedser was chartered to Sally Line UK for service as the Viking 2 between Ramsgate Dunkirk In 1988 she was sold to Johnson Line Silja Line partner and renamed Sally Sky remaining on the same route for Sally Line UK In 1997 Sally

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  • Hellenic Mediterranean Lines Ferry Postcards
    view of Isthmia from the postcard above Photo Don Smith Scan Fakta om Fartyg Cynthia HML 1966 1973 Cynthia was built for Swedish Lloyd as the Britannia in 1929 by Swan Hunter Wigham Richardson Newcastle Her sistership was the Suecia which became the Isthmia She entered service in 1929 between Göteborg and London In 1966 she was sold to HML and entered service in 1967 as the Cynthia on a route Marseille Genoa Piraeus Alexandria Port Said Beirut Naples Marseille She was broken up in Italy in 1973 Photo Don Smith Scan Fakta om Fartyg I do not have a postcard of Cynthia If you can help please email simplon simplon co uk Poseidonia 1 1969 85 Poseidonia was built in 1948 as the Innisfallen replacing a 1930 ship of the same name which was lost in WW2 Innisfallen was sold in 1969 and eventually served as Poseidonia for Libra Maritime Hellenic Maritime Lines HML She was broken up at Brindisi in 1985 The earlier history of this ship is covered on this link This is an official Libra Maritime HML card A Duncan photo card of the Poseidonia Aquarius HML 1972 1987 4591 grt 312 passengers berths 19 5 knots Aquarius was built in 1972 by United Shipping Yard Perama for use as a cruise ship by Hellenic Mediterranean Lines She was sold to Jadranska Linijska Plovidba Jadrolinija Rijeka in 1987 and renamed Adriana Complete history of Aquarius Official Hellenic Mediterranean Lines postcard of Aquarius Official Hellenic Mediterranean Lines postcard of Aquarius Photo Foto Fleet File Rotterdam Scan supplied by Fakta om Fartyg Castalia 1974 1988 8 500 grt 1600 passengers 250 cars 18 knots Castalia was built in 1974 by Kynossoura Dock Yard Ltd Kynossoura Salamis She was another stunning looking ship built for Hellenic Mediterranean Lines even more so than the 1972 Aquarius She worked on their main ferry route Brindisi Patras until sold to Stena Gulf Line in 1988 and renamed Scandinavian Saga She was chartered to SeaEscape for short cruises out of Florida until 1991 She has remained in similar use ever since for a variety of owners under the names Pride of San Diego Tropic Star II Stena Arcadia Emerald Empress Sofia Enchanted Sun and Talisman Complete history of Castalia Official Hellenic Mediterranean Lines postcard of Castalia Photo Foto Fleet File Rotterdam Scan supplied by Fakta om Fartyg Lydia 1985 1995 Lydia was built as the Koningin Fabiola in 1962 by J Boel et Fils S A Tamise for Regie voor Maritiem Transport RTM She served on their Oostende Dover route until 1983 when she was laid up In 1985 Koningin Fabiola was sold to Ionian Navigation Co and renamed Olympia Later that year she was chartered to HML and renamed Lydia In 1995 Lydia was sold and subsequently served as Ephesus Bergama and Bosporus in the Eastern Mediterranean She was laid up in 2000 Tropic Postcards T112 Lydia ex Olympia Koningin Fabiola Photo Frank Heine Neptunia 1 Libra Maritime 1975 88 Corinthia 2 HML 1988 1994 The Duke of Argyll was built by Harland Wolff Belfast in 1956 the first of three Dukes the others being Rothesay Lancaster to replace a 1928 trio with the same names on the Heysham Belfast night service of British Railways London Midland Region She was 376 ft long 4797 gross tons and carried 1800 passengers 600 first class 1200 second Sleeping berths were provided for 240 first class and 214 second with open berths rugs and pillows available for the rest Her speed was 21 knots In 1965 British Railways was rebranded British Rail and new corporate colours and logo were introduced In 1968 an Act of Parliament separated the shipping interests of British Rail into a new division for which the marketing name Sealink was adopted in 1970 In 1970 Duke of Argyll was converted to a car ferry with a vehicle deck of only 6ft 6in height loaded from the stern Passenger capacity was 1200 in one class with 400 berths although first class was reintroduced from 1972 Day services were also run from this time The Heysham Belfast route was closed on 5th April 1975 with the Duke of Argyll running the final sailing to Ulster She was sold to Greece in the same year as Neptunia for Libra Maritime becoming Hellenic Mediterranean Lines HML Corinthia in 1987 Subsequent names were Faith Power Fairy Princess and Zenith being burnt out under this name in Hong Kong in 1995 Official Libra Maritime card of Neptunia Another official Libra Maritime card of Neptunia Simplon Postcards sp1040 of Corinthia Ramsey Postcards Nr 02 of Corinthia Patras Brindisi service Poseidonia 2 1988 Ulster Queen was built in 1967 by Harland Wolff Ltd Belfast for the Liverpool Belfast service of Belfast SS Co part of Coast Lines From 1971 the service was marketed as P O Ferries although registered owners only changed to P O in 1978 The Liverpool Belfast service closed in 1981 and Ulster Prince was laid up at Oostende Service followed as Med Sea Al Kahera and Ala Eddin In 1988 she was bought by Hellenic Mediterranean Lines and renamed Poseidonia Photo Foto Fleet File Rotterdam Scan supplied by Fakta om Fartyg Apollonia II 1990 1997 Apollonia II was built as Travemünde 1 in 1964 at Orenstein Koppel und Lübecker Machinenbau Lübeck for Moltzau Line A S Gedser Denmark entering service between Gedser and Travemünde The Gedser 1 delivered in 1963 was near sister Gedser was distinguishable by the open sided walkways each side aft In 1968 Travemünde was briefly chartered to Burns Laird Lines In 1969 she had a brief charter to Viking Line In 1970 Travemünde 1 was chartered then sold to Lion Ferry Ab becoming the Europafaerjan II on their Grenå Varberg route Between 1976 88 she was owned by Corsica Ferries as the Corsica Nova She then served for various Mediterranean owners including a spell for HML as Apollonia II from 1990 97 Photo Rickard Sahlsten Scan Fakta om Fartyg Photo Rickard

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  • Crown Dynasty - Crown Majesty - Norwegian Dynasty - Braemar - Cruise Ship Postcards
    for Crown Dynasty but at the end of that season her charter was passed to Norwegian Cruise Line as the Norwegian Majesty At the end of the charter in 1999 she reverted back to being the Crown Dynasty until sold to Fred Olsen Cruises in 2001 as the Braemar The card below shows Crown Dynasty back in the fleet between 1999 2001 Crown Majesty Crown Cruise Line 1997 For the 1997 season she was chartered to Majesty Cruise Line and operated cruises as Crown Majesty which had already been arranged for Crown Dynasty but at the end of that season her charter was passed to Norwegian Cruise Line as the Norwegian Majesty Chantry Classics postcard CC S355 of Crown Majesty in Vancouver in 1997 Photo Marvin Jensen Photograph Crown Majesty at Vancouver in an interim livery Photo Marvin Jensen 1997 Photograph Crown Majesty at Vancouver in an interim livery Photo Marvin Jensen 1997 Norwegian Dynasty Norwegian Cruise Line 1998 1999 An oversized official NCL postcard of Norwegian Dynasty Braemar Fred Olsen 2001 2008 Pre stretching This is the first postcard of Braemar that I have been sent This is a plain backed over sized card A Fred Olsen standard sized official postcard of Braemar A Fred Olsen standard sized official postcard of Braemar A Fred Olsen standard sized official postcard of Braemar Chantry Classics postcard CC S316 of Braemar Photo Clive Harvey Fred Olsen official postcard of Braemar Scan Peter Raywell Click to open larger image in new window Photograph of Braemar leaving Dover Photo Ian Boyle 21st May 2005 Click to open larger image in new window Photograph of Braemar leaving Dover Photo Ian Boyle 21st May 2005 Photograph of Braemar leaving Dover Photo Ian Boyle 21st May 2005 Click to open larger image in new window Photograph of Braemar leaving Dover Photo Ian Boyle 21st May 2005 Photograph of Braemar leaving Dover Photo Ian Boyle 21st May 2005 Click to open larger image in new window Photograph of Braemar leaving Dover Photo Ian Boyle 21st May 2005 Click to open larger image in new window Photograph of Braemar leaving Dover Photo Ian Boyle 21st May 2005 Click to open larger image in new window Photograph of Braemar leaving Dover Photo Ian Boyle 21st May 2005 Click to open larger image in new window Photograph of Braemar at Dover Photo Ian Boyle 31st May 2005 Click to open larger image in new window Photograph of Braemar at Dover Photo Ian Boyle 31st May 2005 Click to open larger image in new window Photograph of Braemar at Dover Photo Ian Boyle 31st May 2005 Click to open larger image in new window Photograph of Braemar at Dover Photo Ian Boyle 31st May 2005 Click to open larger image in new window Photograph of Braemar at Dover Photo Ian Boyle 31st May 2005 Click to open larger image in new window Photograph of Braemar leaving Dover Photo Ian Boyle 31st May 2005 Photograph of Braemar leaving Dover Photo Ian Boyle 31st

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  • Princesa Leopoldina - Coral Princess - Cora Princess - Millennium Queen - Liner Photographs - Liner Postcards
    2000 when she was laid up in Malaysia She had subsequent name changes to Cora Princess in 1990 and Millennium Queen in 1999 final owners being listed as Universal Summit She was scrapped in Alang in 2001 Ship Names on this Page Princesa Leopoldina Costeira 1961 1970 Coral Princess China Navigation 1970 1990 Cora Princess Universal Summit 1990 1999 Millennium Queen Universal Summit 1999 2001 Associated Pages Commodore Cruises Epirotiki Lines Royal Olympic Cruises UK Excursion Ships Ferry Postcards Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Recent Updates Simplon Postcards Home Page References Liners Cruise Ships Some Notable Smaller Vessels Anthony Cooke Carmania Press 1996 Search Simplon Postcards powered by FreeFind Princesa Leopoldina Costeira 1961 1969 Lloyd Brasileiro 1967 1970 In 1961 Soc Espanola de Construccion Naval Bilbao constructed two coastal passenger ships for the Brazilian shipping Company Cia Nacional de Nav Costeira These two ships were named Princesa Isabel and Princesa Leopoldina The 9766 GRT Princesa Leopoldina was delivered to her owners in August 1962 During speed trials she attained 17 5 knots Her accommodation consisted of First Class 200 passengers 29 double and 46 three berth cabins Tourist Class 250 passengers mostly four berth cabins She ran a season cruising for Florida hotelier Sandy Chobol in the early 1960s Sandy Chobol later co founded Commodore Cruises Cia Nacional de Nav Costeira official card of Princesa Leopoldina Scan Rogerio Gouveia Photo of Princesa Leopoldina Scan João Metello Click to open larger image in new window Modern art postcard NB 10 of Princesa Leopoldina in Lloyd Brasileiro colours Painted and published by Antonio Giacomelli Coral Princess Princesa Leopoldina s owners were amalgamated with Lloyd Brasileiro in 1967 following financial problems and they soon withdrew the two Spanish built sisters Princesa Leopoldina was sold to the China Navigation Company Hong

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  • Princesa Isabel - Marco Polo - Aquamarine - Odysseus - Liner Photographs - Liner Postcards
    cruise ships which are chartered out to travel agencies She may have been renamed Odysseys Later reports indicated that she was running gambling cruises from Hing Kong or Taiwan Ship Names on this Page Aquamarine Aquamarine 1978 1980 Joywave Legend Cruises 2000 Marco Polo Dominion Far East 1969 1978 Odysseus 2 Epirotiki 1988 1997 Odysseus Royal Olympic 1997 2005 Princesa Isabel Costeira 1961 1969 Associated Pages Epirotiki Lines Royal Olympic Cruises UK Excursion Ships Ferry Postcards Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Recent Updates Simplon Postcards Home Page References Liners Cruise Ships Some Notable Smaller Vessels Anthony Cooke Carmania Press 1996 Search Simplon Postcards powered by FreeFind Princesa Isabel Costeira 1961 1967 Lloyd Brasileiro 1967 1969 In 1961 Soc Espanola de Construccion Naval Bilbao constructed two coastal passenger ships for the Brazilian shipping Company Cia Nacional of Nav Costeira These two ships were named Princesa Isabel and Princesa Leopoldina The 9 696 GRT Princesa Isabel was launched on January 18th 1961 and was delivered to her owners in August 1962 During speed trials she attained 17 5 knots Her accommodation consisted of First Class 200 passengers 29 double and 46 three berth cabins Tourist Class 250 passengers mostly four berth cabins Due to poor loadings Princesa Isabel was laid up in Rio de Janeiro in early 1968 and placed on the market During this time machinery parts were removed being used on her sister P rincesa Leopoldina After an 18 month lay up Dominion Far East Line purchased her in 1969 She was towed from Rio de Janeiro to the River Clyde were she received a seven month refit Upon completion her passenger capacity had reduced to 375 She departed the Clyde under a British flag renamed Marco Polo and was delivered to Melbourne Australia in June 1970 Upon arrival she commenced her cruise programme of the South Pacific and Asia After an eight years service Dominion Line announced the sale of the Marco Polo in May 1978 Modern art postcard NB 11 of Princesa Isabel Painted and published by Antonio Giacomelli Marco Polo Dominion Far East 1969 1978 Due to poor loadings Princesa Isabel was laid up in Rio de Janeiro in early 1968 and placed on the market During this time machinery parts were removed being used on her sister P rincesa Leopoldina After an 18 month lay up Dominion Far East Line purchased her in 1969 She was towed from Rio de Janeiro to the River Clyde were she received a seven month refit Upon completion her passenger capacity had reduced to 375 She departed the Clyde under a British flag renamed Marco Polo and was delivered to Melbourne Australia in June 1970 Upon arrival she commenced her cruise programme of the South Pacific and Asia After an eight years service Dominion Line announced the sale of the Marco Polo in May 1978 Marco Polo had been purchased by a Greek owned Hong Kong Company known as Aquamarine International a company with connections with the

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  • Lion Ferry Ship Postcards
    FotoFlite photograph of Prins Hamlet at Harwich Navy Yard Europafärjan II 1 1970 1976 Europafaerjan II was built in 1964 as Travemünde 1 for Moltzau Line A S Gedser Denmark entering service between Gedser and Travemünde The Gedser 1 delivered in 1963 was a near sister Gedser was distinguishable by the open sided walkways each side aft In 1968 Travemünde 1 was briefly chartered to Burns Laird Lines In 1969 she had a brief charter to Viking Line In 1970 Travemünde 1 was chartered then sold to Lion Ferry Ab becoming the Europafaerjan II on their Grenå Varberg route Between 1976 88 she was owned by Corsica Ferries as the Corsica Nova She then served for various Mediterrainean owners including a spell for HML as Apollonia Aerial photograph of Europafärjan II Scan Fakta om Fartyg Prins Oberon 1970 1978 Prins Oberon was built in 1970 by Werft Nobiskrug Rendsburg for Lion Ferry She entered service for Prinzen Linien between Bremerhaven Harwich In 1978 she was sold to German owners and the name was revised to Prinz Oberon In 1981 the line was acquired by DFDS and the Harwich Bremerhaven rote was closed at the end of 1982 Following charters to SMZ and Sealink Prins Oberon was laid up returning for brief periods on DFDS services Esbjerg Newcastle Göteborg and a new Cuxhaven Harwich Göteborg route in 1984 Following further charters she was sold for Malaysian services as Cruise Muhibah From 1990 93 she was chartered to B I Line as Munster 6 between Rosslare Pembroke Dock Various Mediterranean charters followed as Ambassador and Ambassador II In 1997 she was rebuilt for short casino cruises from Florida still named Ambassador II There is a complete history of this ship on this link F W Pawsey postcard FWP H6 of Prins Oberon at Harwich Sapphire postcard EH2162 of Prins Oberon at Harwich Dennis postcard F 0663 of Prins Oberon passing Felixstowe Cramers Cekade postcard Breha016 71 10 of Prins Oberon Cramers Cekade postcard Breha017 74 15 of Prins Oberon Kruger postcard 715 51 of Prins Oberon at Bremerhaven Prince of Fundy 1970 1978 Prince of Fundy was built in Bremerhaven in 1970 for Lion Ferry AB She entered service between Portland USA and Yarmouth Canada in June 1970 and continued on this route until January 1976 Following a Norwegian charter Prince of Fundy operated on the Lion Ferries Varberg Grenå route from November 1976 until March 1978 when she was chartered to Brittany Ferries as the Prince of Brittany followed by purchase in 1980 Her primary route was between Portsmouth and St Malo Following upgrading work by Meyer Werft in Papenburg she returned as the Reine Mathilde and began service on the Portsmouth Caen route In 1991 Reine Mathilde passed to the associated British Channel Island Ferries as the Beauport entering service from Poole to the islands of Jersey and Guernsey until October 1993 Following this Beauport operated vaious charters in the Mediterranean including regular summer work from 1996 99 with Compagnie Marocaine de Navigation COMANAV between Sete and Morocco During summer 2000 she was chartered to Sancak Lines for service between Brindisi and Cesme From December 2000 Beauport has been chartered to the Goverment of Trinidad Tobago Port Of Spain for a service from there to Scarborough Tobago Mirro Chrome postcard BR 711 C of Prince of Fundy on Portland Maine to Yarmouth Nova Scotia route Eastern Illustrations postcard 71543 C of Prince of Fundy arriving at Portland Maine from Yarmouth Nova Scotia Verlag TRAGA postcard 285C 4 of Prince of Fundy distance and Prins Oberon at Bremerhaven Columbuskaje Gustav Vasa 2 1973 1983 Gustav Vasa 2 was built in Rendsburg in 1973 for Lion Ferry AB She entered service with a charter to Svenska Rederi Ab Öresund between Malmö Travemünde In 1976 Trave Line and Svenska Rederi Ab Öresund combined to form Saga Line and Gustav Vasa 2 continued to serve between Helsingborg Malmö and Travemünde In 1980 Saga Line joined with TT Line to form TT Saga Line Gustav Vasa 2 continued to serve between Malmö and Travemünde but also served between Travemünde Rönne and Trelleborg Travemünde In April 1983 Gustav Vasa 2 was sold to Smyril Line Faroes as Norröna 1 for their summer network of services to Torshavn from Lerwick Bergen Hantsholm and Seydisfjördur Norröna 1 was often chartered in the winter to cover other operators overhaul schedules serving Kiel Korsör in 1983 84 TT Line in 1984 85 etc In 1988 Norröna 1 had charters with Larvik Line and GT Link Subsequent charters were with B I Line Sealink and Fjord Line In 2000 Norröna 1 was rebuilt in Fredericia with stability sponsons aft In 2003 Norröna 1 was renamed Norröna I to release the name for her replacement Norröna 2 delivered that year In January 2004 Norröna I covered for Norröna 2 between Hanstholm Torshavn Lerwick Hanstholm In March 2004 Norröna I was sold to Operation Mobilisation Logos Ltd Valletta Malta who renamed her Logos Hope Logos Hope remained in Copenhagen until February 2005 when she was taken to Bijela Shipyard Montenegro for rebuilding but was soon transferred to Valletta before work was carried out In June 2005 Logos Hope was taken to Togir Croatia for rebuilding Complete history of Gustav Vasa 2 Malmö Travemünde Line Öresund postcard of Gustav Vasa 2 Malmö Travemünde Line Öresund postcard of Gustav Vasa 2 Svealand 1973 1982 Svealand was built in 1972 by Helsingörs Skipsværft Helsingör for the Trave Line service between Helsingborg Travemünde In 1976 the service passed to Saga Linjen In 1981 Svealand transferred to TT Saga Linjen for their Travemünde Trelleborg route Ownership at this time was Johnson Line In 1983 ownership passed to Scandinavian Ferry Line and she was renamed Saga Wind that year In 1989 she moved to the Stockholm Åbo route of SeaWind Line and was renamed Sea Wind A complete history of this ship is available on this link Official Trave Line Scandinavian Ferry Lines postcard of Svealand Europafärjan III 1974

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  • Prinz Ferries Postcards
    In 1969 Prins Hamlet was sold to Hafendampschiffart AG HADAG Hamburg who took part ownership of Prinz Ferries Her name was changed to the German spelling of Prinz Hamlet Her route was tranferred to a new one from Hamburg to Harwich and the Hamburg terminal was on the famous St Pauli Landungsbrücken Prinz Hamlet was bought by CGT in 1970 but did not enter service until after services had transferred to Cie Gen Transmediterraneenne CGTM so never carried the red black French Line colours It was announced that she would be called Languedoc but she appeared in service as the Rousillon Rousillon operated on routes from Marseille to Tunisia and Corsica She was sold to Greek owners as Kamiros in 1980 running for Dane Sea Lines betwen Piraeus and Rhodos In 1997 Kamiros was sold to Ascot Seatrade Co Valletta Malta Renamed Thessaloniki She served on a route Brindisi Igoumenitsa Patras for 1997 only followed by lay up in Eleusis Bay Although renamed Queen Calliope in 2000 she did not sail again until she left for Turkey and beaking up in 2002 under the temporary name of Opi There is a complete postcard history of this ship on this link Official postcard of Prins Hamlet An official Lion Ferry postcard of Prins Hamlet An official Lion Ferry postcard of Prins Hamlet An official Lion Ferry postcard of Prins Hamlet A FotoFlite photograph of Prins Hamlet A commercial postcard of Prins Hamlet Ramsey postcard 144 of Prins Hamlet in Lion Ferry colours at Harwich A commercial postcard of Prinz Hamlet with HADAG silver green funnels Harvey Barton postcard M8N of Prinz Hamlet at Harwich with HADAG silver green funnels HHH postcard 1096 of Prinz Hamlet with HADAG silver green funnels HHH postcard 1 740 of Prinz Hamlet at Hamburg with HADAG silver green funnels Postcard of Prinz Hamlet at Hamburg with HADAG silver green funnels Postcard of Prinz Hamlet at Hamburg with HADAG silver green funnels A commercial postcard of Prinz Hamlet at Hamburg in later Prinz Ferries colours Real Photographs postcard of Prinz Hamlet at Harwich in later Prinz Ferries colours Prins Oberon 1970 78 Prinz Oberon 1978 81 Prins Oberon was built in 1970 by Werft Nobiskrug Rendsburg for Lion Ferry She entered service for Prinzen Linien between Bremerhaven Harwich In 1978 she was sold to German owners and the name was revised to Prinz Oberon In 1981 the line was acquired by DFDS and the Harwich Bremerhaven rote was closed at the end of 1982 Following charters to SMZ and Sealink Prins Oberon was laid up returning for brief periods on DFDS services Esbjerg Newcastle Göteborg and a new Cuxhaven Harwich Göteborg route in 1984 Following further charters she was sold for Malaysian services as Cruise Muhibah From 1990 93 she was chartered to B I Line as Munster 6 between Rosslare Pembroke Dock Various Mediterranean charters followed as Ambassador and Ambassador II In 1997 she was rebuilt for short casino cruises from Florida still named Ambassador II

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  • Bolero - Prince of Fundy II - Scandinavica - Bolero - Jupiter - Crucero Express - Seminole Express - Magic I - Ferry Photographs - Ferry Postcards
    service between Port Canaveral and the Bahamas In 2004 Mirage was laid up and later sold at auction to Isramco Inc Nassau In 2005 she reappeared as Magic I again sailing on 3 4 night cruises to Turkey Greece and Cyprus from Ashdod in Israel Ship Names on this Page Bolero Fred Olsen 1973 78 1981 91 Scandinavica Stena Line charter 1978 81 Bolero Vasabåtarna charter 1985 Jupiter Color Line 1986 94 Jupiter Viking Line charter 1994 Magic I Magic Cruise Lines 2000 2003 Associated Pages Color Line Fred Olsen Lion Ferry Stena Line Vasabåtarna Viking Line Ferry Postcards Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Search This Website powered by FreeFind Bolero Bolero Prince of Fundy II Scandinavica Bolero Jupiter Crucero Express Seminole Express Magic I Mirage Bolero Fred Olsen 1973 1978 1981 1991 Bolero was built in 1973 for a consortium including Lion Ferry by Dubegion Normandie S A Prairie au doc Nantes She is a near sister ship of Southern Ferries Eagle and the Massalia of Paquet She operated for Lion Ferry as Prince of Fundy II in the summers of 1973 76 between Portland Maine USA and Yarmouth Nova Scotia During the winters she cruised for Commodore Cruise Lines in which Lion Ferry also had interests From 1976 78 she was chartered to Bergen Line on the route Bergen Stavanger Kristiansand Newcastle From 1978 78 She was chartered to Stena Line as Scandinavica From 1981 91 operated as Bolero for Fred Olsen on North Sea services In 1991 Bolero passed to Color Line as the Jupiter operating between Kristiansand Hirtshals and Oslo Hirtshals until 1994 She has since served as the Crucero Express Seminole Express and Magic I Official Fred Olsen postcard of Bolero Official Fred Olsen Bergen Line postcard of Bolero Official Color Line postcard of Bolero Official Fred Olsen postcard of Bolero and Borgen Official Fred Olsen postcard of Bolero Scan Mikael Blomberg Simplon Postcards issue of Bolero entering the River Tyne Photo Hilton Davis Chantry Classics Postcard of Bolero Scandinavica Stena Line charter 1978 81 From 1978 78 Bolero was chartered to Stena Line as Scandinavica operating on routes Göteborg Kiel Kiel Korsör and Göteborg Frederikshavn She replaced the Stena Scandinavica which had been sold to Irish Continental Line In 1980 there were discussions about chartering the Bolero to Brittany Ferries as the Tregor but the deal fell through Stena Line photograph of Scandinavica Photograph of Scandinavica Photo Frank Heine The Stena Line official postcard showing the Stena terminal at Göteborg with Scandinavica at the far right Th other ships are from left to right Stena Danica Stena Olympica and Stena Jutlandica Bolero Vasabåtarna charter 1985 Through the summer on 1985 Bolero was chartered to Oy Vasabåtarna Ab for service between Sundsvall Vasa afterwards returning to Fred Olsen services Bolero in Vasabåtarna service Scan Mikael Blomberg Bolero in Vasabåtarna service Photo Håkan Bruér Scan Fakta om Fartyg Jupiter Color Line 1991 99 Jupiter was built in 1973 for a consortium

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