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Don Hazeldine
Passenger Ship Historian, retired army officer and aviation executive, originally from Dover. Just Ships and definitely no politics
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Don Hazeldine 49m
Replying to @AFCFylde
While you were away, winning, no one in the top 8 National League won today
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Ivernia 1899 13,799 tons for Cunard Line by C.S. Swan & Hunter, Torpedoed by UB 47 off Cape Matapan in 1917 Daryl LeBlanc color
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Liner Row, New York City about 1965 The United States, France, Michelangelo & Raffaello (or vice versa) and Queen Mary
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ORONTES in 1934 Orontes 1929-1962 19,970 tons for Orient Line by Vickers, Scrapped in Steve Walker color
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Stratheden 1937 23,722 tons for P & O Line by Vickers-Armstrongs, Henrietta Latsi 1964 John S Latsis Marianna Latsi 1966 John S Scrapped in La Spezia 1969 Image copyright: Jack Richardson
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Don Hazeldine Mar 22
Normandie (in Rio) 1932 83,423 tons for CGT French Line by Penhoët, St Nazaire Lafayette 1941 US Navy Fire New York 1942, Scrapped Port Newark 1946 Steve Walker color
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Don Hazeldine Mar 22
Queen Elizabeth 1938 83,673 tons Cunard-White Star Line by John Brown, Clydebank Elizabeth 1969 Queen Ltd Seawise University 1970 Seawise Foundations Fire 1072 scrapped Coloured by A. Alejandro
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Don Hazeldine Mar 22
on her maiden departure Hamburg 1968 25,022 tons German Atlantic Line by Deutsche Werft, Hamburg Hanseatic 1973 German Atlantic Line Maxim Gorkiy 1974 SS Co Scrapped Alang 2009 Image copyright: Mike Cornwall
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Don Hazeldine Mar 22
SeaDream Innovation, due in Sep 2021, 15000 tons with a capacity for 220 passengers
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Don Hazeldine Mar 21
Replying to @AndyWoodturner
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Don Hazeldine Mar 21
Two Matson liners in San Francisco Matson’s (final) ss Lurline (previously Matsonia, later ) and final ss at Pier 35 in November 1967
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Don Hazeldine Mar 21
Kalypso 1989 40,012 tons for Rederi A/B Slite by Masa-Yards Inc, Star Pisces 1994 Star Cruise Line Image copyright: Philip Blackwell From Baltic ferry to cruise ship from
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Don Hazeldine Mar 21
Santa Rosa 1957 15,371 Grace Line by Newport News, Newport News Diamond Island 1991 Starlite Cruises Regent Rainbow 1992 Regency Cruises Emerald 1996 Starlite Cruises Scrapped Alang 2012
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Don Hazeldine Mar 21
SILVER WIND and LE CHAMPLAIN at Silver Wind 1993 16,927 Cruises by Visentini & Mariotti, Le Champlain 2018 10,000 Compagnie du Ponant by Vard Group Image copyright: Tony Davis
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Don Hazeldine Mar 20
Artemis - my eldest daughter's name as my wife is a lover of Greek Mythology. Daughter No2 is Ariane
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Don Hazeldine Mar 20
Replying to @coolstuff2017
probably post Falklands mid 80s,
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Don Hazeldine Mar 20
Eugenio C 1964 30,567 Costa Armatori by CR dell' Adriatico, Eugenio Costa 1987 Armatori Edinburgh Castle 1999 Lowline Shipping The Big Red Boat II 2000 Premier Cruise Line Red Boat 2005 Breakers Scrapped Alang 2005
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Don Hazeldine Mar 20
Maxim Gorkiy and Canberra at Image copyright: Bruno Nunes The Maxim Gorkiy was the former German liner Hamburg and was used as a prop in the film renamed Britannic
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Don Hazeldine Mar 20
RMS Strathaird 1931-1961 22,544 tons for P & O Line by Vickers-Armstrongs, Scrapped in Image copyright: Steve Walker
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Don Hazeldine Mar 20
Normandie, Queen Mary, Aquitania & Rex at New York at the start of WW2 Steve Waker color
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