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by Doc Vernon Published on 8th December 2018 08:40 PM
As the three ships showed signs of needing major refits, Lloyd Triestino decided instead to withdraw the three vessels and replace them with two much....
by Doc Vernon Published on 8th December 2018 08:34 PM
Lloyd Triestino Migrant Ships Lloyd Triestino Lines re-established their Australian services with a 1924 German built ship the SS Saarbrucken that.....
by Doc Vernon Published on 22nd November 2018 02:14 AM
LITTLE SCRIBBLES FROM THE HIGH SEAS! From the VIKING SEA – Oct-Nov 2018 The guests aboard are interested, love lectures & sometimes have dire...
by Doc Vernon Published on 23rd October 2018 08:09 PM
Ship of the Haj: Indonesia’s GunungDjati In the summer of 1984, I set off on a trip around the world, a two-month long trip actually bui...
by Doc Vernon Published on 21st August 2018 01:03 AM
On April 8th 1966, and with subsequent headline-making news, the cruise ship Viking Princess caught fire and burned out off Cuba. The 12,000-ton...
by Doc Vernon Published on 11th July 2018 11:55 PM
by Bill Miller I am often asked, usually aboard current cruise liners, about the whereabouts of some long-ago ships. Sometimes it is the ship from....
by Doc Vernon Published on 11th July 2018 11:16 PM
The Greek-flag Chandris Lines, which became Celebrity Cruises by 1990, was busily buying secondhand passenger ships back in the 1960s. Building a...
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