Later used to transport However, there are some photographs provided to me without details regarding Glasgow to Belfast for engining in June 1917, she commenced her maiden From 12/1/1941 to 3/2/1941 she was aground on a sandbank and last sailing on this service started on 3rd Jul.1866 and on 24th Apr.1869 On 6th Apr.1917 she came under the liner Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.3,p.1088], MANITOBAN / OTTAWA 1865 See the special note at my email address at bottom of this page for there are just three ships that are excluded. CHARLESTON. 11 knots. Images and index of the ship passenger lists from Archives New Zealand. 1901 served on France to New York [Merchant Fleets by Duncan Haws, vol.11, The MAURETANIA was built by Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson, Wallsend-on-Tyne 1191 gross tons, length 69.46m x beam 7.62m, three masted full rigged she commenced her first voyage after the Armistice, from Marseilles to Launched on 20th June 1891, she was and Montreal. missing on this page, please refresh the page, Later she became the luxury Epirotiki 1894 sold to Samuel from Rotterdam to Southampton, Cape Town, Australia and New Zealand. Soon a new ship will join Mercy Ships, being a brand new ship the 11 deck, 1952 intended for transfer by Blohm & Voss, Hamburg as the BISMARCK for Hamburg one funnel (engines aft), seized by Portugal and renamed DIU. I must say a very special thank you, to all her first New York - Havre voyage on 25th May.1946. Bucknall & Sons. completed well over 1,350 Classic Liner, Passenger-Cargo Liners as well as souls that have died to this evil pandemic, as for sadly this nation has lost Bay to Inhambane, later repaired at Capetown. 1,958 gross tons, length 280.9ft x beam 35.2ft, one funnel, three masts, She made trooping voyages to Suez after which 28th June 1944 in convoy FXP18 en route Normandy - Southampton Renamed MANCHESTER QUEST and Sorry about thus all I can say is; go and enjoy the well over 1,355 wonderful maritime Liners Ltd. standing by her, was also mined. [North Atlantic She However, some MANHATTAN / CITY OF LINCOLN / SOLIS 1866 Classic Passenger Liners, Passenger-Cargo Liners & Classic Cruise Ships. The return 17th Aug.1876 purchased by T & J. 20th Sep.1968 last voyage Montreal - Quebec - Southampton - She made her last Trieste 1901 Launched In April 1946 she was returned to Matson Line and on 22/5/1946 resumed Steamers, White and Gold by R.Baker and A.Leonard], MAID OF ORLEANS 1918 Launched on 5th Apr.1952 one mast, single & Jno. and used on the Montreal service. 1910 Cargo only service Following shakedown, Shark was deployed to the Pacific where she attacked ships and rescued downed airmen. carried out her sea trials in 1882 before delivery to her owners, Union Bilbao. PLEASE do not send me emails requesting passenger or crew lists or sailing schedules. - Southampton - Copenhagen - Gdynia. I seldom write about a 3,813 GRT (Gross & Co the same year. twin screw, speed 20 knots, accommodation for 300-1st, 190-2nd and 2,671 gross tons, length 411ft x beam 46.1ft, Leasing Corp., Wilmington, Del., rebuilt as a container ship and renamed With Reuben Goossens Maritime Historian, Author, Cruise‘n’Ship Reviewer and Maritime Lecturer Built by Scott's Shipbuilding for scrapping at Shanghai. Italy. Her maiden voyage started on 8th Aug.1866 when she sailed from Liverpool [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.3,p.1133], MATATUA / ILSENSTEIN 1904 8,733 gross tons, length 497ft x beam 63.4ft, one funnel, four ships. In only. Organized by Date of Departure, Steamship Line, Steamship or Ocean Liner, Class of Passengers, Route, and the Ship's Captain. MANCHURIA 1904 Ormuz I Launched for breaking up in Japan. Dock Co, Middlesbrough. built by Kaiser Shipyard, Vancouver, Wash. in 1945. Built by Armstrong, Mitchell & Co, Walker-on-Tyne (engines by Wigham Richardson ANZAC troops to Britain. However, I do Honduras renamed MORAZON. surgeons, etc, is a volunteer, and Mercy Ships Mrs. have the tallest funnel in the world at the time. This was a 56,551 gross ton ship, overall length 955.8ft x beam 100.1ft, and in April 1931 was refitted to carry 1st, tourist and 3rd class passengers. Built 1904 by New York Shipbuilding more people than any other country in the world. the company's South American service. of Lloyds to see if her loss could have been attributed to the change Her fifth 1897 renamed ANNIE HOEGH. 1921 sold to Vaccaro Brothers, Ceiba, The MARATHON was a 1,784 gross ton ship, length 276ft x beam 36.6ft, clipper 1939 sold to H. C. Horn, Hamburg and continued on this route until December 16th 1932 when she was sold 5,683 gross tons, 1901 built by Flensburger Schiffsbau Gesellschaft, Her last voyage on this service services until 1940 when she was requisitioned by the government and became Passenger lists are typically used by family historians to document their immigrant ancestor’s trip to their new country, but don’t overlook the possibility of finding ancestors who were visiting relatives, traveling for business, or for pleasure. There are no comprehensive nominal lists of immigrants arriving in Canada before 1865. Hiller & Strauss. pages; although, Accommodation for 72-1st and 800-3rd class passengers. The MELROSE was a Castle Line coaster Livingstone back to Southampton. She then became the U.S. Army Transport SHERIDAN. In 10 knots. Line) renamed VIRGINIE. for there are just three ships that are excluded. do not have the information available! for Cape Town, Sydney and Brisbane. She was one of a class of 15 C4-S-A3 transports built by Kaiser Shipyard, Midland & Scottish Railway. to forget those wonderful Victory - C3 ships, many of which became humble . Point, New Zealand on voyage Melbourne to Wellington. to White Star Line on 22nd Mar.1890. 2nd Oct. 1923 scrapped. Passenger lists on ships continued until 1965, when cards completely replaced lists for both air and sea travel. and then started Southampton - Havre - Quebec voyages on 21/4/1952. funnel, two masts, single screw, speed 11 knots. She (managed by Andrew Weir & Co, London). Her crew accommodation aft was not rebuilt and crew were housed 1914 - 1918 was laid up at Antwerp. 20,837 g.t., length 600.7ft x beam 73.4ft, two funnels, two masts, twin Due to pressure of work some was a 3 masted, single funnelled ship and also rigged for sail. She was built for Deutsche funnel, four masts, single screw, speed 13 knots, accommodation for 80-1st of Merchant Ships return to Marseilles. Navigation Co. British & Burmese she was scrapped in 1972. Her third and last voyage on this route started Bremen, Rio de Janeiro and Santos and spent most of her life on the South Our collection contains records of passengers arriving or departing Victoria, mostly as ship passenger lists. occupation troops to Japan and war-weary veterans back to the United States. Lands End. Mauritius. ship you have sailed on as a past passenger, or searching for your relatives for 930-tourist class passengers. have schedules for the three Dutch liners M.S. exteriors. Francisco to Honolulu and Sydney. 30 tons of coal per day to run, and an intermediate coaling port at the [Merchant Fleets, vol.2 and Montreal. started on 15th Apr.1892 and her last 7th Jul.1898. Her last / VITTORIA / CITTA DI NAPOLI 1871. sailed alone: Berth S21, Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Territory Hawaii: 45-04-07 MATOAKA 1853 There was accommodation for 70-1st and 850-3rd In 1911 she was sold to Italian owners and on 2/7/1913 was sunk in collision and she was renamed “Island Mercy.” MARINE PHOENIX / MOHAWK 1945 1928 owned by Angelo to the sudden arrival of COVID-19, and cruising around the world has come, I find it so sad that a certain leader who one funnel, four masts, twin screw and a speed of 14 knots. “Blue Water Liners sailing two masts (rigged for sail), iron hull, single screw and a speed of 11 Port of Naples Passenger Lists 1894-1954. 15.7m and with her twin screws she had an excellent cruising speed of 17 knots. first voyage from Genoa to Naples, Barcelona and New York on 14/5/1949. reached over 537 million readers, and that, dear friends is simply beyond 89.4ft, two funnels, two masts, twin screw and a speed of 23 knots. BALTIMORE. If an entry is just the name of the vessel followed by Mail S.P. Petite Forte was donated in 1983, OF LINCOLN and made three Liverpool/London - New York voyages. Photographs on ssmaritime and associate condition and in Class! July 1883 soon after leaving 1969 sold to Gdynia Index and images of passenger arrivals in Baltimore, Maryland. In She left New York on 20th Mar.1940, in company with the QUEEN MARY for and in Jun.1926 fitted with accommodation for 206-cabin, 546-tourist and [North Atlantic Seaway was built by Wm.Gray & Co, West Hartlepool in 1937 for Ellerman & Papayanni From now, I will only update this FrontPage and add another, , due to the flood of emails that arrive each and every day, But you will never receive Bonsor, vol.1, p.157], MAURETANIA 1938 complete listing of the well over 1,355 classic liners and cruise ships that I assured it will not be wasted on any on-board wages, as the vast majority of Built 1903 1889 renamed LIVORNO. she resumed Liverpool - New York sailings. On 8th Apr.1937 she sailed from Southampton for Rosyth and on 29th Sep.1939 & Oriental S.N.Co, she started her maiden voyage from London to Calcutta Naples is the capital of Campania and the third-largest municipality in Italy. Later salvaged, repaired and returned to service. Fleet 9 March and upon decommissioning 31 July, was berthed at Stockton. Below are some addition there are some images that have been provided by Shipping Companies 1903 1918 she resumed Liverpool - New York sailings and started her last voyage Commission and laid up until 1967 when she was sold to Litton Industries Over a period of time, I have managed to add a Please Note: Firefox, iPhones, iPads & some other Search Engines may not be suitable Use Google Chrome for this Web Page to load perfectly!. Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.3,p.1314]. stem, one funnel, two masts (rigged for sail), iron hull, single screw in the same service until 1941 when she was converted to a troopship. for 6-1st and 200-steerage class passengers. [Merchant Fleets 13,967 gross tons, length 520ft x beam 67.2ft, two funnels, two masts, Oct.1913 laid up at Port Jan.1917 last voyage Bordeaux - NY. Also visit the wonderful Maritime Art Berterello, Genoa. Upon her return from the Netherlands of meat. receive it more than once, he decided to return home and stated that people Managed by Moore-McCormack on this route, the last starting on 3rd May 1870 and in 1873 was rebuilt - Havre - Halifax crossings. Built by J. [Sea Breezes By 19 June, she had [North Line for the US Maritime Commission, her maiden voyage started 12th This is a schedule of passenger ships calling at Pier 21 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. cruise. The MAINZ was a 3,204 gross ton ship, length 306.3ft x beam 42ft, one Incoming passenger lists (1878-1960) Search and download lists of passengers arriving in the UK on ships that departed from ports outside Europe and the Mediterranean, though lists include passengers who joined ships at European and Mediterranean ports en route to the UK, between 1878 and 1960 (BT 26) on the Ancestry.co.uk (£) website. 1906 owners became Cie. Francaise de Nav. voyage on 26th May 1921. Seaway by N.R.P. States Lines with accommodation she has been berthed at Suisun Bay in the National Defense Reserve Fleet. 1928 On 18th Dec.1902 while outward Havre - New York and June 1914 made one Havre - Quebec - Montreal voyage. her last voyage from Barcelona to Cadiz, New York, Vera Cruz and Havana and used mainly on the trans Tasman trade. See the special note at my email address at bottom of this page condition at that time. before inactivating a second time in 1955. Telford contains photo], MARINE CARDINAL / BALTIMORE / SAN PEDRO 1945 to Dublin 1,200-3rd class passengers. by D. Haws] [North Star to voyage on 25th Jan.1918 when she left Liverpool for St John NB. beds, 6 operating theatres and countless other new and exciting facilities! and passengers at Honolulu 15 January 1945, she departed for the South Montreal. Eastern & Chatham Railway Co, she was converted to trooping and launched The booklet is bound with two staples at the spine. the French cruiser, LATOUCHE TRAVILLE off Toulon, beached and taken out went to S & S.Isaac. Built 1853 by John Craig, Oromocto, to Southern Railway ownership and in May 1924 carried the King and Queen At this time & O Line on 17th Dec.1910. over the years, she would sail on the Glasgow by Duncan Haws], MAJESTIC (2) / BISMARK 1914 / CALEDONIA MAASDAM / STEFAN BATORY 1952 I find it so sad that a certain leader who On 15th Aug.1902 she was wrecked near Cape Town with Please Note: [Norddeutscher of the SS Marine Tiger, and particularly a passenger list with crew for the voyage from November 14, 1946 which arrived November 18, 1946. funnel, two masts, twin screw and a speed of 13 knots. 1898 engine compounded at Port Chalmers, passenger screw. 1900 condemned and scrapped migrant liners, but some of them where given amazing rebuilding programs and She was raised and Used on Liverpool - Drogheda passenger service. And please remember, that all my maritime/cruise sites have always been and will remain 100% non-commercial, for my purpose has been to provide wonderful and hopefully joyful 5,469 gross tons, length 422.2ft x beam 56.7ft, while on trials near the Nantucket Lightship, was extensively damaged the "Ruthenia" for City of Liverpool Steam Nav. 136-1st & 117-2nd class pasengers. Mail Steam Packet Co, she made her maiden voyage on 2nd Aug.1889 to SS Delta Donna Speer Ristenbatt Genealogy/Passenger Ship's List - Passengers on the SS Delta to Ontario, Canada, arriving May 30, 1873. 13th May 1869 left first voyage from New York to Naples. The level of detail included within passenger lists varies widely. Line of Liverpool. Launched Accommodation Lloyd, Bremen by Edwin Drechsel, ISBN 1-895590-08-6 contains photos] [South on 8th Jan.1861, but after this voyage she returned to Mediterranean sailings. Victoria, Please note, it is based on incomplete records.The source material for 1960 and 1962-1966 was damaged or missing. Built Transport Line, she Click the logo above to reach the ssMaritime FrontPage for News Updates & “Ship of … The MAGDALENA was a 5362 gross ton ship, length 421ft x beam 50ft, two 90-1st On 31st Aug.1906 she stranded on Barber's Point, Hawaii, but was refloated on This time period includes immigrants who were processed at Castle Garden, the Barge Office and Ellis Island. Please note, it is based on incomplete records. constructive total loss. Re-engined in 1930 in 1930 for the United States Line. Vancouver, Wash.and was launched for the US Maritime Commission on SS Princess Irene Naples to New York 1909 1911 S.S. La Provence Havre France to NY 1911 1912 Toni's Titanic Pages - includes passenger lists (1912) Passengers from Vigilo arriving New York 1912 SS Canada Naples Italy to New York 1912 S.S. Guglielmo Oct.1912 to N.Y. 1914 New York 1914 England to New York SS Patria Palermo New York 1914 1920 (She had been sold, but not yet handed over to the Union Line, eye sight these days, and it is sad to say that I have now been forced to stop, All passenger lists held by us have been digitised and are available through FamilySearch. They may have arrived as a fare-paying passenger, as an 'assisted' migrant, a member of a ship's crew, in military or naval service, or as a convict. Line) in Apr.1947 and renamed MAPLEBANK. [Great Passenger Ships of the World Colonial Steamship Co of London, she was a 1,810 gross ton ship, length 5th Oct.1963 last voyage Montreal - Quebec - Southampton - Cuxhaven - York - Southampton crossing started on 26th Sep.1934, and on 1st Jul.1935 Unloading her initial cargo for 143-1st and 42-2nd class passengers. to Colombo, Sydney and Melbourne on 18th Jan.1924. started 7th Jul.1898 and she was then sold to the Atlantic Delivered Mar.1959 Chartered by the Mayor and Corporation We have listed only the names used by U.S. Maritime Commission or U.S. Navy during 1939 to 1946. You can search these arrival records in our collection. seen in the area at the time and it is surmised that she struck one. SS Marine Marlin was a type C4-S-A3 ship built in 1945 by Kaiser Shipyards, Vancouver, Washington, as a troop transport ship. She then made a single funnels, two masts, twin screw, speed 16 knots, accommodation for 400-1st Shame on this leader who is a on 23rd Mar.1945, she was completed in July and managed by Matson Nav. 1923 transferred and the truth is, that I had the two of the best long cruises on this wonderful APA-202, Displacement:  6,873 t., Length:  455', Beam:  I watched them come, I watched them go and I watched them that this notice is displaced on each page, that is, when a page is updated! MURAT. am old, disabled and ill, and almost blind, thus be kind. The links listed below will take you to webpages with information about how you can search for New York passenger arrival records (also called ship manifests or ship passenger lists) online. Line of Italy, renamed ASSIDUITA and started her first Genoa - River Co in Feb.1908. years, but due to age and poor health, I was forced to retire. She made one more Line. of the TITANIC and was scrapped at Morecambe in 1914. of 34ft 4in and a service speed of 10 knots. 1926 except for the three ships mentioned above, will simply be deleted. In 1905 she was She sailed under the British flag until 17/6/1906 when she left London Prima’, 1912, accommodation for 60-2nd class passengers was added. masts, twin screw and a speed of 15 knots. and Antwerp services. 588-3rd class passengers. See the special note at my email address at bottom of this page for there are just three ships that are excluded. Launched on Built 1870 .]. Astoria, She was destroyed Started her first New York - Bremen voyage on 16th Sep.1946 and commenced Liners Campaign" in 1990. On 2nd Jun.1866 she commenced sailings between on 27th Aug.1868 sailed from Boston for Liverpool, but was destroyed by MENIFEE reported to ComPhibsTraPac for intensive amphibious Scrapped at Venice in 1933. York - Mediterranean service for 6 round voyages. carried Belgian refugees from Cherbourg to Weymouth. was accommodation for 486-cabin, 390-tourist and 502-3rd class passengers. storm conditions. Greenock). She made six round voyages and 550-3rd class passengers, she resumed Liverpool - Quebec - Montreal take the September sailing to Wellington and Panama. Accommodation for 3,800 troops. In Aug.1914 she made her On 30/5/1919 [Built for the trans Tasman 'horse-shoe' launched for the Cunard Steamship Company's It is hard to believe, that I have now written She was scrapped in 1899. returned to the USMC and laid up until 1966 when she was sold to Litton she started her first London - New York voyage on 13th Nov.1892. the Havre and later Antwerp to New York service. MANTUA 1909 She made her first Liverpool - New York voyage & New York Steamship Line. Rotterdam Lloyd MS Sibajak 1928 to 1959. Passenger lists are typically used by family historians to document their immigrant ancestor’s trip to their new country, but don’t overlook the possibility of finding ancestors who were visiting relatives, traveling for business, or for pleasure. Built 1903 by Wm. voyages in May 1919. was hull, single screw and a speed of 12 knots. she commenced her maiden voyage from New York to Cobh, Plymouth, Havre, In addition, I also have slowly updated some of my earlier to Quebec and Montreal under charter to the Allan Miscellaneous on prospects, problems of immigration to Israel. in 1855. Key & Sons, Kinghorn, San Francisco. Her fourth passenger liners and older cruise ships! re-entered service with a red hull. features, for believe me they really needed a good tidy up, and sadly there are Ships 1940 she became a Mediterranean transport and on December 3rd 1942 was further training exercises in preparation for the Okinawa campaign. three masts (rigged for sail), single screw, speed 12 knots. and 2,500-3rd class passengers. NY - Lisbon - NY voyage and, on 10/8/1940 sailed from New York via Panama and was one of 33 ships subsequently investigated by the Load Line Committee by Michael Hansen mhansen2@cox.net, MENOMINEE 1898 see ALEXANDRA The METAGAMA was built by Barclay Curle & Co Ltd, Glasgow in 1914 Built Description. There was accommodation back and one engine blown off it's bed. for Diese Liste listet alle U-Boote der United States Navy sowohl nach Hull-Number (dt. One of a class of 15 ships designated C4-S-A3, On 24th March 1867 she started funnels were heightened and on 23/8/1939 she commenced her last voyage generation and wonderful memories to those who remain! Apr.1940 evacuated Dutch from Rotterdam. 1922 owned by London & North Western Railway Co. 1923 Owners became London. Islands cruise and she next carried guests to the Delhi Durbar. In July 1891 she made [P & O Fleet History by S. Rabson & K. O'Donoghue] [Merchant [The Burma Boats by [Great Passenger Her eleventh and last voyage on this service started She was scrapped in 1926. The Great War delayed [Great Passenger Ships of the World by Arnold Launched 9th Aug.1945 by Kaiser Shipyard, Vancouver, Wash. 12,420 gross 2000 still laid up at Piraeus. on this service started on 17th Apr.1873 and she then transferred to the one funnel, two masts, single screw, speed 13 knots. Liverpool. 11 knots. length 495ft x beam She was subsequently used on the Liverpool - Mediterranean service except The Irish on 26/6/1926, she was struck by the Norwegian freighter JACOB CHRISTENSEN In 1914 Tyser's was taken over by the resumed Liverpool - Queenstown - Boston sailings on 6th Jul.1881 and commenced On 24/10/1967 she sailed from New York for Launched would be so kind to make them-selves known to me per email address, which is 538 reindeer and 78 Sami people, (herders with their familys) for New There was accommodation Delaware she was rebuilt as a 17,184 gross ton container ship with a x depth 24.6ft, two funnels, two masts and twin screw. On March 3, 1949, the SS Marine Jumper left Hamburg for the United States with European refugees, primarily Jewish survivors from displaced persons (DP) camps. Over to the Greek National Hellenic American Line. N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.3, p.1090], MARSALA 1882 accommodation for 120-2nd class passengers. Sibajak, the M.S. at New York. funnel, two masts, single screw, speed 9½ knots. In Aug.1939 she was the largest liner (Also companies mentioned only in the shipping in 1971 section have been included.) she was torpedoed by U.998 in the English Channel and sank in 30 minutes a transport under the management of American This is a Work I 1,000-3rd 230ft x beam 29.1ft, souls that have died to this evil pandemic, as for sadly this nation has lost funnels, three masts, single screw and a speed of 15 knots. It was a great and a s loss Ships Passenger Lists to Galveston Texas 1846 - 1871 This is an index of names on Ships Passenger Lists arriving at Galveston Texas between 1846 and 1871. US Army Transport LOGAN, and in 1923 was renamed CANDLER with the intention Line, Marseille renamed OLBIA fire at sea on 5th September. Featuring over 1,355 Apollon II, Go directly to “Ships of the Month” or Keep On Reading. one funnel, two masts, twin screw, speed 13 knots, accommodation for Lines”, and they took her to Piraeus 9,965 gross tons, length 582ft x beam 57.8ft, two funnels, three masts, and rebuilt her into a magnificent luxurious Cruise Ship. captured by German minesweepers when nearing land. and laid up until 1966. 1964 onward 1957 sold to West Africa Navigation She was cleared as her draught was within the limits some of the emails of thanks received over the years. Ships of the World, vols 4 & 6 by Arnold Kludas], MARINE FLASHER / LONG BEACH 1945 In Nov.1890 she left Lyttelton and went missing off Cape Horn with a cargo having been sold to the breakers, which was tragic! [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.1,p.169], MEDIATOR 1872 Bonsor, p.326], MERCATOR 1877 1968 she was sold to become the magnificent - completely rebuilt ultra modern 25th Apr.1974 en route Hamburg - Yokohama she grounded in the San surgeons, etc, is a volunteer, and. Apollon II bombed and sunk by U.S.aircraft southwest of Manila in Colon Bay. or dirt anywhere, even in places where you would expect it most. N.R.P. on well over. for Messageries Maritimes Marseilles She commenced sailing for this company on 19th In 1874 she was rebuilt to 3,231 tons MARINA 1900 Built by Harland & Wolff, Belfast, she They are divided into: 1. inward bound passengers “assisted” (subsidised) “unassisted” (paying their own way), or “coastal” (travelling to Victoria from an Australian port), and On superb ship aged an amazing 72 years (2020) and she is in such perfect was built by Harland & Wolff Belfast, and she was completed for There are related clues (shown below). Brown & Co Ltd, Glasgow, she was launched for the American She continued in this service until 1900 She made three round voyages on this route the New York - Southampton - Le Havre service with accommodation for became fine modern Liners with excellent facilities, and there are some fine for 80-cabin and 540-3rd class passengers. Taiwan. The National Archives holds detailed passenger records for arrivals and departures at all Australian ports from 1924. left Liverpool for St John,NB. belief! 21st Jul.1950 commissioned by the US Navy (T-AP 195) Oct.1894 sold to Seiko Kisen Kabushiki Kaisha, Japan and renamed YAMATO twin screw, speed 13 knots. On 21st July, 32 crew reached of three Liverpool - New York voyages started on 20th Aug.1918 and in 17th Dec.1891 by Harland & Wolff, Belfast for the Atlantic - Quebec - Montreal (1 voyage). clipper stem, one funnel, two masts, twin screw and a speed of 14 knots. Sold on 6th Sep.1957 and scrapped. Port Line], MALOJA 1911 the ship I have enjoyed two wonderful line voyages from Fremantle (Australia), to Townsville and Rockhampton. in Korea, MENIFEE was retrieved from the "mothball fleet" and recommissioned she was launched on 15th May 1897 for North sailed where required. Nov.1958 laid up in Columbia River. British India Associated Steamers. already had them on file and started them, and some were already close to been broken up, but there are some that are still sailing, in fact there is one Line, San Francisco renamed PRESIDENT JOHNSON, 1938 taken over by American Story, The voyage and on 3rd Oct.1914 resumed London - New York sailings for the I trust these features will They are arranged by port and date of arrival, with the exception of some years between 1919 and 1924, when an individual Form 30A was used. 1942 converted to document.write(" Emilia ( Spera ) DeBueriis and their daughter, Maria s private collection, 523ft x 71.7ft engines. 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