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  • Zim Lines - Simplon Postcards
    she was plying the Mediterranean as the Italian Mare Ligure Her Italian owners had actually operated her for some time prior to the purchase by ZIM as a mixed passenger Cargo vessel between Italian ports and Haifa She had a speed of 11 knots and accommodation for 394 passengers but during her 14 years of service with she transported about 550 immigrants and passengers on each voyage and held the record of having carried over 100 000 persons in total She entered the Israeli register on 14 12 1949 the name is rendered as Artsa on the cards but Artza on the ZIM website Official ZIM postcard of Artsa Photograph of Artsa at Dubrovnik Scan Neven Jerkovic of www dubrovnikcruising tk Click on the image to open a larger version in a new window Jerusalem 1 Aliya ZIM Lines 1953 1959 Jerusalem was delivered as Norwegian America Line s Bergensfjord 1 by Cammell Laird Birkenhead England in September 1913 She was a sistership to Kristianiafjord 1 She operated as a troop ship during World War Two and was returned to NAL in 1946 They immediately sold her to Panama Lines for use as an emigrant carrier to South America as the Argentina passing to Home Lines in 1952 In 1953 she was sold to ZIM Lines as their Jerusalem for use on Israel New York services previous services had been within the Mediterranean The Jerusalem crossed the ocean six times a year which left her time to fill in five trips a year on the Company s Haifa Naples Marseilles run In 1955 she was renamed the Aliya releasing the name for the Jerusalem 2 and was scrapped in 1959 Official ZIM postcard of Jerusalem 1 Israel ZIM Lines 1955 1966 Two combined passenger cargo liners the sister ships Israel and Zion respectively commenced building in 1953 under the Reparation Payments Agreement They were of 9831 GRT each and had a service speed of 17 knots although the Israel on her trial trip reached a record of 21 knots Both liners could accommodate 313 passengers each in addition to their cargo capacity of about 4000 weight tons Both vessels were fully equipped with all necessary passenger facilities such as bars smoking rooms sport decks swimming pools children s playrooms hairdressing salons and a gift shop The four passenger decks were served by an elevator quite a unique feature in vessels of their size The Israel and Zion came into operation in 1956 and 1957 respectively The two new combined passenger cargo vessels were able to carry during their eight yearly scheduled voyages about 10 000 passengers per annum She was sold to Empresa Insulana de Navegacao as Angra do Heroismo in 1966 Official ZIM postcard of Israel Gustav Roedecker Hamburg photographic postcard of Israel Photographic postcard of Israel Zion ZIM Lines 1956 1966 Zion was built for ZIM Lines in 1956 She was built by Deutsche Werft in Hamburg as part of Germany s reparations to Israel after WW2 She

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  • American Ocean Liner & Cruise Ship Postcards
    Hawaii Cruise New pages devoted to postcards of American Hawaii Cruises 23rd March 2002 Grace Line Postwar cards of line serving US Panama Caribbean Soutl America United States Lines the year 2000 company with the ship Patriot Links to Associated Pages Cruise Ship Postcards Postcard Galleries not for sale Ocean Liner Postcards Postcard Galleries not for sale Simplon Postcards Home Page Name Company Built America United States Lines 1940 Constitution

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  • French Ocean Liner and Cruise Ship Postcards
    Ferries subsidiary with Huelin Renouf operated between 1986 94 Brittany Ferries Postcards of the 2001 fleet CGT French Line CGTM Mediterranean ferries from France to Corsica and Africa see French Line CGT CMN La Meridionale Ro Pax services from Marseille to Corsica Sardinia Channel Islands Ferries Brittany Ferries subsidiary with Huelin Renouf operated between 1986 94 CMN La Meridionale Ro Pax services from Marseille to Corsica Sardinia Corsica Ferries New Postcards added plus new photographic pages on Corsica Serena II Corsica Marina II and new Mega Express 8th September 2001 Emeraude French Line Page 1A African Mediterranean Services up to 1939 French Line Page 1B African Mediterranean Services 1945 1960 French Line Page 2 Mediterranean Car Ferries from 1960 French Line Page 3 Transat Vessels pre 1910 page under construction French Line Page 4 Transat Vessels 1910 1914 page under construction French Line Page 5 Transat Vessels 1914 1930 French Line Page 6 Transat Vessels 1930 1945 page under construction French Line Page 7 Transat Vessels 1945 1976 Messageries Maritimes French ocean liner company Normandy Ferries Ferry company part owned by French S A G A Paquet French ocean liner company SeaFrance French Dover Calais servies SNCM Ferryterranee Pages of

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  • German Ocean Liner and Cruise Ship Postcards
    owned by P O Princess Deilmann Page added December 2001 Deutsche Atlantik Linie Hamburg Atlantik Linie The passenger fleet in postcards Hapag Lloyd The passenger fleet in postcards Bremen Hanseatic Official postcards and photographs of Hapag Lloyd s two expedition cruise ships 24th July 2001 Neckermann Currently links to Vasco da Gama Norddeutsche Lloyd The postwar passenger fleet in postcards Phoenix Reisen Bonn based travel company which charters cruise ships

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  • Italian Ocean Liner and Cruise Ship Postcards
    Triestino liners Galileo Galilei and Guglielmo Marconi Mediterranean Shipping Cruises MSC current fleet in postcards Starlauro Crociere the fleet in postcards Ferries on Italian Routes Bluvia Italian state railways train ferries previously FS Corsica Ferries New Postcards added plus new photographic pages on Mega Express Corsica Serena II and Corsica Marina II 8th September 2001 Corsica Ferries New pages on an interesting Cosican ferry fleet with routes to Italy 10th

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  • Ocean Liner & Cruise Ship Postcards of Portugal
    the most outstanding books on liners ever published The numbers preceding each ship name on the pages below refer to the fleet list tables in this book Portuguese Ocean Liner Pages Colonial Companhia Colonial de Navegacao Insulana Empresa Insulana de Navegacao Nacional Companhia Nacional de Navegacao Portuguese Cruise Ship Pages Arcalia Shipping Classic International Cruises Portuguese Ferry Pages Lisbon Ferries Porto Santo Line Associated Pages Ferry Postcards Cruise Ship Postcards

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  • Don Stoltenberg Ocean Liner Paintings page 2
    x 30 2000 Half sheet 15 x 22 1200 Associated Pages Don Stoltenberg Page 1 ocean liner postcards of paintings Don Stoltenberg Page 2 ocean liner watercolours this page Donald Stoltenberg Biography CostaRiviera Watercolour Half Sheet Franconia Watercolour Half Sheet Franconia detail Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse Watercolour Full Sheet Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse detail Mauretania Watercolour Full Sheet Mauretania detail Queen Elizabeth Watercolour Full Sheet Queen Elizabeth detail Queen Elizabeth

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  • New Cruise Ship Postcards of 1999
    17th July 1999 from Venice to the Greek islands Winter cruises will be in the Caribbean Mistral briefly visited Southampton in poor weather on Sunday 27th June 1999 when the photographs below were taken by Ian Boyle She arrived around noon and was due to leave at 6 30pm Also shown are the first official postcards of Mistral Mistral details 47900 Gross Tons Length 216m 1200 Passengers Crew 450 Speed 19 knots Engines 4 x Wartsila 31680 Kw There is a page dedicated to postcards and photographs of Norwegian Sky on this link The first official Festival Cruises card of Mistral The first photographic Festival Cruises card of Mistral A variation on the Festival Cruises photograph used above Simplon Postcards serial no sc2154 of Mistral released May 2000 Photo by Mike Louagie at Santorini Norwegian Majesty NCL Norwegian Majesty was originally ordered by Birka Line for their 24hour cruises out of Stockholm Following the bankruptcy of builders Wartsila the contract was resold to Majesty Cruise Line and the vessel was completed as Caribbean cruise ship Royal Majesty in 1992 She was transferred into the NCL fleet in 1997 as Norwegian Majesty and in 1997 received a similar lengthening to Norwegian Wind Dream The first card is an oversized NCL official shown reduced showing the ship before lengthening The two official NCL cards below were issued in 2000 and show Norwegian Majesty after lengthening Norwegian Sky NCL The NCL cruise ship Norwegian Sky was delivered in June 1999 She was intended to become the sister to the Costa Victoria but was not completed due to the bankruptcy of the builders Bremer Vulkan The hull was sold to NCL and completed three years after her sister although design changes have given the two ships very different appearances She was designed to operate 7 day cruises in the Caribbean and Alaska She is 78 200 gross tons 258 67 metres long and carries 2002 passengers 2450 max 6 MAN diesels of 68930 total bhp drive her at 23 knots There is a page dedicated to postcards and photographs of Norwegian Sky on this link This postcard of Norwegian Sky was made by sticking a colour print onto an adhesive postcard back It was produced in Germany and I believe it was issued by the builders from a photograph taken during her sea trials This is the first NCL official postcard issued of Norwegian Sky In 2000 NCL issued a new series of official postcards of their fleet including the two of Norwegian Sky shown below A Wil Moojen postcard printed by BOS RIDDERKERK of Norwegian Sky no serial number The photograph by the publisher was taken in the Nordzeekanaal on her maiden trip 18 08 1999 Simplon Postcards serial number sc2155 of Norwegian Sky issued May 2000 The photograph by Mike Louagie was taken at Zeebrugge in 1999 Paradise Carnival Paradise is 70367 gross tons 855 ft long and has a double occupancy capacity of 2040 looked after by 920 crew Her cruising

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