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  • Crown Odyssey - Norwegian Crown - Cruise Ship Postcards
    1988 96 Crown Odyssey was built by Meyer of Papenburg and was delivered to Royal Cruise Line in 1988 a year before the line was sold to NCL In 1996 the various NCL fleets were reorganised and Crown Odyssey became the Norwegian Crown in the main NCL fleet More recently she has been transferred to NCL owned Orient Lines and has reverted to her original name Crown Odyssey Official Royal Cruise Line postcard of the Crown Odyssey Official Royal Cruise Line fleet postcards oversized of the Crown Odyssey An official Royal Cruise Line fleet postcard oversized of the Royal Odyssey Golden Odyssey and Crown Odyssey This was a short lived fleet since the Crown Odyssey was delivered and the Royal Odyssey was sold during the year 1988 Official Royal Cruise Line fleet postcard of the Crown Odyssey and Golden Odyssey Commercial postcards of the Crown Odyssey Aune postcard F 14374 1 of Crown Odyssey at Akershus castle Oslo Aune postcard M 13410 9 of Crown Odyssey at Akershus castle Oslo Prospect AS postcard 19150 of Crown Odyssey by the Svartisen Glacier near Engabreen Norway CLK postcard 13 of Crown Odyssey at Santos Brasil This is a poor quality dark image which I have tried to enhance Virgin Island Postcard Co postcard 2US VI 284 of Crown Odyssey at St Thomas Postcard of Crown Odyssey at Sydney Harbour NS Canada issued by the port authority Simplon Postcards sc2009 released March 1992 of Crown Odyssey Photographed by Wil Moojen at Ijmuiden 14 8 91 CT Postcards 029 released 1993 of Crown Odyssey Photographed by Nils Wegener at Copenhagen in 1989 Chantry Classics CC S109 of Crown Odyssey Photographed by Clive Harvey on the Thames Norwegian Crown NCL 1996 2000 An oversized official NCL card of Norwegian Crown Crown Odyssey Orient Lines 2000 2003 Crown Odyssey was built in 1988 for Royal Cruise Line RCL who were taken over by NCL in 1989 NCL mismanaged the highly regarded Royal Cruise Line and in 1996 all the ex RCL ships were integrated into the more down market NCL fleet Crown Odyssey was renamed Norwegian Crown Following the NCL purchase of Orient Lines who will retain their separate identity Norwegian Crown was transferred regaining her original name Crown Odyssey in the process In November 2002 it was announced that Crown Odyssey would return to the NCL fleet in September 2003 Official cards of the Crown Odyssey as part of the Orient Lines fleet are shown below Official card of the Crown Odyssey plus the Spanish Steps Rome Official card of the Crown Odyssey plus Portofino Italy Official card of the Crown Odyssey plus Mykonos Official plain backed and over sized card of the Crown Odyssey plus destinations Jeremy Jowell postcard JJ89 of the Crown Odyssey leaving Cape Town Norwegian Crown NCL 2003 Crown Odyssey returned to the NCL fleet as Norwegian Crown in September 2003 Ramsey postcard 142 of Norwegian Crown although still wearing Orient Line funnel colours Balmoral Fred Olsen 2006 All Balmoral images

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  • Black Prince (Fred Olsen) - Jupiter (Bergen Line) - Ship Postcards
    Olsen service from London to Las Palmas and Tenerife and also Madeira in later years This winter service carried large amounts of fruit in addition to the cruise passengers In 1970 Fred Olsen took delivery of the similar but slightly larger ship Blenheim and Olsen made a joint ownership arrangement with Bergen Line as with her sistership so that Black Prince 2 shared the Newcastle Bergen with route each summer as the Venus also making some Bergen Amsterdam trips Her winter also changed introducing Rotterdam Canaries cruises whilst her place on the London Canaries cruises was taken by the new Blenheim The Rotterdam cruises did not carry fruit so could take a more leisurely route with stops at Lisbon Casablanca Madeira Las Palmas and Tenerife which took 14 days for the return voyage This pattern continued until 1975 from which time the summer services were operated under the joint title of Fred Olsen Bergen Line The funnel retained the Fred Olsen house flag throughout the year but the three white bands of Bergen Line were added Official Fred Olsen postcard of Black Prince Early editions from 1966 70 carried the text Fred Olsen Lines 10000 ton stabilised passenger liner Black Prince Winter Service London Canary Islands Summer Service Harwich Kristiansand Amsterdam Later editions 1970 75 carried the text Fred Olsen Lines 10000 ton stabilised passenger liner Black Prince Rotterdam Canary Islands Sailing in the winter cruise service Official Fred Olsen postcard of Black Prince with text M S Black Prince 9500 tons 350 passengers London Canaries Service of Fred Olsen Lines Official Fred Olsen postcard of Black Prince although issued to cover all four names Black Watch Black Prince Jupiter and Venus Harvey Barton postcard M8J of Black Prince at Harwich Parkeston Quay Ramsey Postcards 89 of Black Prince arriving at Harwich Venus Bergen Line Summers only 1970 75 In 1970 Fred Olsen took delivery of the similar but slightly larger ship Blenheim and Olsen made a similar joint ownership arrangement with Bergen Line as with her sistership so that Black Prince 2 shared the Newcastle Bergen with route each summer as the Venus also making some Bergen Amsterdam trips Her winter also changed introducing Rotterdam Canaries cruises whilst her place on the London Canaries cruises was taken by the new Blenheim The Rotterdam cruises did not carry fruit so could take a more leisurely route with stops at Lisbon Casablanca Madeira Las Palmas and Tenerife which took 14 days for the return voyage At this period the only livery change was the emblem on the funnel which alternated between the Fred Olsen Line and Bergen Line house flags This pattern continued until 1975 from which time the summer services were operated under the joint title of Fred Olsen Bergen Line The funnel retained the Fred Olsen house flag throughout the year but the three white bands of Bergen Line were added Official Bergen Line postcard issued as the Venus although the ship portrayed is the Jupiter Photographic postcard as

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  • Black Watch (Fred Olsen) - Jupiter (Bergen Line) - Ship Postcards
    Page Black Watch 2 Fred Olsen Line 1966 86 Byblos Marlines 2000 Crown M Marlines 1990 2000 Jupiter Bergen Line 1966 74 Jupiter Fred Olsen Bergen Line 1975 81 Jupiter DFDS charter 1982 84 Jupiter Norway Line 1986 Associated Pages Fred Olsen Cruises 1986 onwards Fred Olsen North Sea Services Lineas Fred Olsen Ferry Postcards Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcard Simplon Postcards Home Page Search This Website powered by FreeFind Jupiter Bergen Line Summers 1966 1974 The Black Watch Jupiter was ordered jointly by Fred Olsen Line and Bergen Line to operate as the Bergen line Jupiter between Newcastle Bergen during the summer and as the cruise ship Black Watch between London and the Canaries in the winter This joint ownership was set to last 20 years She was delivered from builders Lübecker Flender Werke in the spring of 1966 initially operating through the summer as Bergen Lines Jupiter At the end of the summer she transferred to the Fred Olsen service from London to Las Palmas and Tenerife and also Madeira in later years as the Black Watch This winter service carried large amounts of fruit in addition to the cruise passengers She was joined on this service in winter 1966 by sistership Black Prince at this time wholly owned by Fred Olsen An official Bergen Line postcard of Jupiter in Bergen Line colours A J Arthur Dixon postcard of Jupiter at Newcastle in Bergen Line colours Black Watch 2 Fred Olsen Winters 1966 86 The Black Watch Jupiter was ordered jointly by Fred Olsen Line and Bergen Line to operate as the Bergen line Jupiter between Newcastle Bergen during the summer and as the cruise ship Black Watch between London and the Canaries in the winter This joint ownership was set to last 20 years She was delivered from builders Lübecker Flender Werke in the spring of 1966 initially operating through the summer as Bergen Lines Jupiter At the end of the summer she transferred to the Fred Olsen service from London to Las Palmas and Tenerife and also Madeira in later years as the Black Watch 2 This winter service carried large amounts of fruit in addition to the cruise passengers She was joined on this service in winter 1966 by sistership Black Prince at this time wholly owned by Fred Olsen J Arthur Dixon postcard L1 SP 2356 of Black Watch sold on board the ship Unusually for Dixon this is a standard sized postcard Jupiter Fred Olsen Bergen Line Summers 1975 1981 From 1975 the summer services were operated under the joint title of Fred Olsen Bergen Line The funnel retained the Fred Olsen house flag throughout the year but the three white bands of Bergen Line were added Photograph of Jupiter in Fred Olsen Bergen Line colours Photo Al Simpson from the Balduin 1980 Jupiter DFDS charter Summers 1982 84 In the early 1980s DFDS was expanding its North Sea operations and for the summers of 1982 84 they operated the Venus and

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  • Cruise Ships Columbus & Europa of Hapag-Lloyd
    have followed suit on these pages Sections on this Page Columbus Postcards Hapag Lloyd 1997 Columbus Photographs Hapag Lloyd 1997 Associated Pages HAPAG Hamburg America Liners HAPAG Lloyd Cruise Ships of the combined HAPAG and NDL fleet North German Lloyd NDL Liners Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Search Simpon Postcards powered by FreeFind Columbus 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 2 and Columbus 3 off the North Cape of Norway 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 Photographs 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 Columbus at Copenhagen 16th August 2007 Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Columbus at Copenhagen 16th August 2007 Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Columbus at Copenhagen 16th August 2007 Photo Ian Boyle Click to open larger image in new window Columbus at Copenhagen 16th August

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  • Cruise Ships Columbus & Europa of Hapag-Lloyd
    German Lloyd NDL Liners Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Search Simpon Postcards powered by FreeFind 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 World Ships serial number 20 of Europa Europa Photographs Photograph of Europa at Monaco Photo Ian Boyle 8th April 2005 Photograph of Europa and Aurora at Monaco Photo Ian Boyle 8th April 2005 Photograph of Europa leaving Monaco Photo Ian Boyle 8th April 2005 Photograph of Europa leaving Monaco Photo Ian Boyle 8th April 2005 Click to open larger image in new window Photograph of Europa leaving Monaco Photo Ian Boyle 8th April 2005 Photograph of Europa leaving Monaco Photo Ian Boyle 8th April 2005 Click to open larger image in new window Photograph of Europa leaving Monaco Photo Ian Boyle 8th April 2005 Photograph of Europa leaving Monaco Photo Ian Boyle 8th April 2005 Photograph of Europa

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  • MacBrayne ferry Columba 1964 and cruise ship Hebridean Princess
    Postcards Hebridean Island Cruises was formed with the acquisition in 1988 of the Caledonian MacBrayne car ferry Columba originally built in 1964 for the Oban Craignure Lochaline service of David MacBrayne Following a complete internal refit she appeared as the luxury cruise ship Hebridean Princess in 1989 carrying just 49 passengers She operates cruises of up to 14 nights out of Oban originally around the Western Isles of Scotland More recently itineraries have been extended to include Ireland the Orkney and Shetland islands and the Norwegian Fjords Chantry Classics postcard CC S137 of Hebridean Princess using an official Hebridean Island Cruises photograph Official postcard of Hebridean Princess using the same photograph as the card above Official postcard of Hebridean Princess Note the car hoist forward of the bridge still survives on these early postcards The car deck was later refitted as additional cabins as shown on subsequent cards Official postcard of Hebridean Princess produced by Islands Picture Library HP2 An official postcard of the Western Isles Hotel Tobermory with Hebridean Princess at the pier Published Islands Picture Library WI2 Oversized official postcards of Hebridean Princess Oversized official postcards of Hebridean Princess Oversized official postcards of Hebridean Princess These interior and deck views of Hebridean Princess are taken from the backs of the large postcards shown above Hebridean Princess Photographs Photograph of Hebridean Princess at Peel Isle of Man Photo Jenny Williamson 10th July 2005 Photograph of Hebridean Princess at Peel Isle of Man Photo Jenny Williamson 10th July 2005 Photograph of Hebridean Princess at Tibury Hebridean Princess called at Tibury whilst travelling from Oban to Lowstoft to be inspected by HM Queen Elizabeth II who proposes to use her for a private charter to celebrate her 80th birthday in 2006 Photo Ian Boyle 13th November 2005 Photograph of Hebridean Princess

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  • Anna Nery - Danaos - Constellation - Morning Star - Regent Spirit - Salamis Glory - Ocean Liner Postcards
    Nery Lloyd Brasileiro 1966 1978 Danaos Kavounides 1978 Constellation Kavounides 1978 1987 Regent Spirit Regency Cruises 1992 1995 Salamis Glory Salamis Cruise Lines 1996 Associated Pages Kavounides Regency 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 Anna Nery 1962 1978 Anna Nery was built in Yugoslavia in 1962 for Companhia Nacional de Navegacao Costeira Antarquia and used on the Brazilian coastal route and also cruises At the same time two smaller ships were built in Spain the Princesa Leopoldina and Princesa Isabel In 1966 Anna Nery passed to Lloyd Brasileiro who ran her until 1977 when she was laid up The following year she was sold to Kavounides and renamed Danaos and then Constellation Modern art postcard of Anna Nery Painted and published by Antonio Giacomelli Photograph of Anna Nery Scan João Metello Click to open large image in new window Danaos Constellation K Lines 1978 1987 In 1966 Anna Nery passed to Lloyd Brasileiro who ran her until 1977 when she was laid up The following year she was sold to Kavounides and renamed Danaos and then Constellation Kavounides failed in 1987 and Constellation was repossessed by the bank After four years laid up she served briefly as Morning Star in the Far East before joining Regency Cruises as Regent Spirit Official postcard of Constellation Click to open large image in new window Photograph of Constellation Photo Ron Baker Photograph of Constellation Regent Spirit Regency 1992 1995 Regent Spirit was built as the Brazilian liner Anna Nery in 1962 She was bought by the Kavounides Hellenic Cruises in 1978 and renamed Danaos then Constellation In 1992 she became

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  • Norwegian Hurtigruten Postcards - 2005 Fleet
    Steinsland for his assistance with this page OVDS Ships on this Page Finnmarken 2002 Lofoten 1964 Narvik 1982 2006 Nordkapp 1996 Nordnorge 1997 Richard With 1993 Vesterålen 1983 TFDS Ships on this Page Kong Harald 1993 Lyngen 2 1982 2007 Nordlys 1994 Midnatsol 2003 Nordstjernen 1956 Polarlys 1996 Trollfjord 2002 Hurtigruten Pages Hurtigruten Header Page Hurtigruten Page 1 Steamships 1893 1962 Hurtigruten Page 2 Motorships 1942 1950 Hurtigruten Page 3 Motorships 1951 1956 Hurtigruten Page 4 Motorships 1956 1964 Hurtigruten Page 5 Motorships 1982 1983 Hurtigruten Page 6 New Generation Ships 1993 Hurtigruten 2005 Fleet this page Hurtigruten 2007 Fleet Associated Pages Ferry Postcards Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Search This Website powered by FreeFind Hurtigruten 2005 Fleet Nordstjernen 1956 TFDS Nordstjernen North Star is the TFDS extra ship She operates cruises to Svalbard Spitzbergen in the summer season and in the coastal express some time in the winter She was built in 1956 and was on the coastal express service from 1956 1994 Nordstjernen was owned initially by BDS Bergen Damspskipsselskap To Foto postcard 91 768 of Nordstjernen Lofoten 1964 OVDS Lofoten is owned by OVDS and is their extra ship She runs on the service from November to March Lofoten was built in 1964 and was originally owned by VDS Vesterålen Dampskipsselskap and secondly by FFR Finnmark Fylkes Rederi To Foto postcard 96 1997 of Lofoten Narvik 1982 2006 OVDS Narvik was built in 1982 by Trondhjems MV Aker Trondelag Trondheim for ODS Ofotens Dampskipsselskap but has operated with OVDS Ofotens Vesterålens Dampskipsselskap since the merger of the the two companies in 1988 As built in 1988 she had an open cargo deck aft This was replaced with additional accommodation in 1988 rather spoiling her appearance She originally had 166 berths only increased

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