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World Ship Society Jul 12
Branch notes from the latest Torbay & East Devon Branch meeting are available at
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World Ship Society Jul 12
Branch notes from the latest Haven Ports Branch meeting are available at .
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World Ship Society Jul 11
That's a great vantage point for a nice "busy" view of a port. Anyone interested in the ship can find out more in the WSS publication "Everard of Greenhithe", available now - see below for details.
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David Walker Jul 11
SUPERIORITY approaching the locks at in 2017. One of the photos I'm showing at tonight's & branch meeting - I'm also showing some where the sun shone! I do love this view though.
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Maersk Jul 11
One hundred years! The 1st Maersk company in the US was established on 7 July 1919 by ship-owner A.P. Møller. From steamships with a capacity of 325 containers to large vessels with a capacity of 20,000 containers. Read the article from :
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Krispen Atkinson 🚢 Jun 29
At a very enjoyable meeting; Southampton, South Coast, Isle of Wight and Dorset branches having a get together by the water today
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Malta Ship Photos Jul 5
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Richard Osborne Jul 5
The history of Shaw Savill & Albion's SEUVIC (1950-74) and ARAWA (1969-71, ex-ARLANZA) can be seen in the World Ship Society's 264 page, A4, hardback "Shaw Savill & Albion: A Fleet History" which was published in 2011.
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Richard Osborne Jul 5
TANGISTAN and other Strick Line ships are described in the World Ship Society's A5 book which was published in December 1996 - copies are still available - see picture for details.
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Malta Ship Photos Jul 5
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Krispen Atkinson 🚢 May 19
During today’s AGM boat trip around Portsmouth, Cowes and Southampton harbours, NORMANDIE was one of many ships snapped by the members on a very enjoyable day
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Krispen Atkinson 🚢 May 19
Another from the brilliant boat trip today; members line the starboard side of the trip boat to photograph ARCADIA whilst alongside in Southampton
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World Ship Society May 15
Looking forward to our annual get-together at the World Ship Society AGM this weekend, this year being held in Portsmouth.
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Malta Ship Photos May 13
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Malta Ship Photos May 14
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World Ship Society May 10
Interested in ships and the sea? Why not join the World Ship Society today!
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Krispen Atkinson 🚢 May 9
The Cypriot-flagged tanker AMETHYST heading for West Thurrock this evening. She renamed from HANNE THERESA last month
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David Walker May 10
Branch notes for our May meeting are available at - many thanks to for an extremely interesting and entertaining evening.
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Malta Ship Photos May 8
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Malta Ship Photos May 8
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