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7222 organisations found - displaying 1051 to 1100
 
1051Cam & Sons Limited
Type: Ship owner
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  New Zealand Marine News 1963-64 Vol. 15 No. 3   Pages 17 of 12 - 18 - Anchor Line: Anchor Shipping and Foundry Co Ltd, Nelson
Abstract:    Article consists of a steamer fleet list of vessels 1901 - 1963 of the Anchor Line (Anchor Shipping and Foundry Company Limited, Nelson). This was formed from the earlier fleets of N Edwards and Comp...
1052Cammel Laird
Type: Shipbuilders
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  New Zealand Marine News 1985 Vol. 35 No. 3   Pages 93-94 - Ship Shape - Tramps and Charters
Abstract:    Pictures and some details of six chartered cargo ships seen in New Zealand waters.
1053Cammell Laird
Type: Boatbuilders or shipbuilders
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  New Zealand Marine News 1967 Vol. 19 No. 1   Pages 19-21 - Ships on stamps
Abstract:    After commending the hobby of stamp collecting and theme collecting in particular Mr Oswick gives details of the use of the DOMINION MONARCH, ACHILLES, TAMAROA ex SOPHOCLES, AWATEA, PORT BRISBANE, on ...
1054Cammell Laird
Type: Shipbuilders
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  New Zealand Marine News 2000 Vol. 49 No. 1   Page 39 - Nautical News: Mercy Ships
Abstract:    The ISLAND MERCY has been associated with New Zealand in recent years - the article gives her recent movements. It also gives details of the new acquisition AFRICA MERCY being fitted out in the UK.
1055Cammell Laird & Company
Type: Shipbuilders
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  New Zealand Marine News 1965 Vol. 17 No. 2   Pages 60-61 - Port News: Marsden Point
Abstract:    Details of the various tankers that have visited Marsden Point in recent times
1056Cammell, Laird & Co.
Type: Shipbuilders
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  New Zealand Marine News 1963 Vol. 15 No. 1   Pages 31 - 32 - Port News: Bluff
Abstract:    Arrivals at the Port of Bluff - describes various recent visitors, their design, details and trades.
1057Cammell, Laird & Co.
Type: Shipbuilders
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  New Zealand Marine News 1963 Vol. 15 No. 2   Page 32 - Port News: Otago
Abstract:    News of recent events in the port of Otago
1058Cammell, Laird & Co.
Type: Shipbuilders
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  New Zealand Marine News 1964 Vol. 16 No. 1   Pages 18-20 - Cable Ships. Some new cable ships since 1951
Abstract:    Descriptions of 4 new cable ships built since 1951.
1059Cammell, Laird & Company
Type: Shipbuilders
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  New Zealand Marine News 2000 Vol. 49 No. 3   Pages 147-149 - Nautical News: R.F.A. "Bayleaf"
Abstract:    Describes the visit to Wellington of the R.F.A. BAYLEAF, followed by a detailed history of the vessel and associated vessels.
1060Campbell & Co
Type: Ship owner
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  They came by sea   Pages 40-42 - Whalers and sealers (1811 - 1820)
Abstract:    "An account of the maritime activity on the coast of NZ in the pre-colonial era, prior to 1840." Persons (usually masters, but sometimes other crew members or passengers), mentioned on vessels visitin...
1061Campbell and co
Type: Ship owner
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  They came by sea   Page 37 - Whalers and sealers (1801 - 1810)
Abstract:    "An account of the maritime activity on the coast of NZ in the pre-colonial era, prior to 1840." Persons (usually masters, but sometimes other crew members or passengers), mentioned on vessels visitin...
1062Campbell, -
Type: Ship owner
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  They came by sea   Page 22 - Whalers and sealers (1801 - 1810)
Abstract:    "An account of the maritime activity on the coast of NZ in the pre-colonial era, prior to 1840." Persons (usually masters, but sometimes other crew members or passengers), mentioned on vessels visitin...
1063Campbell, Robert
Type: Ship owner
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  They came by sea   Page 22 - Whalers and sealers (1801 - 1810)
Abstract:    "An account of the maritime activity on the coast of NZ in the pre-colonial era, prior to 1840." Persons (usually masters, but sometimes other crew members or passengers), mentioned on vessels visitin...
1064Campbell, Robert
Type: Ship owner
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  They came by sea   Page 23 - Whalers and sealers (1801 - 1810)
Abstract:    "An account of the maritime activity on the coast of NZ in the pre-colonial era, prior to 1840." Persons (usually masters, but sometimes other crew members or passengers), mentioned on vessels visitin...
1065Campbell, Robert
Type: Ship owner
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  They came by sea   Page 28 - Whalers and sealers (1801 - 1810)
Abstract:    "An account of the maritime activity on the coast of NZ in the pre-colonial era, prior to 1840." Persons (usually masters, but sometimes other crew members or passengers), mentioned on vessels visitin...
1066Campbell, Robert
Type: Ship owner
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  They came by sea   Page 31 - Whalers and sealers (1801 - 1810)
Abstract:    "An account of the maritime activity on the coast of NZ in the pre-colonial era, prior to 1840." Persons (usually masters, but sometimes other crew members or passengers), mentioned on vessels visitin...
1067Campbell, Robert
Type: Ship owner
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  They came by sea   Page 32 - Whalers and sealers (1801 - 1810)
Abstract:    "An account of the maritime activity on the coast of NZ in the pre-colonial era, prior to 1840." Persons (usually masters, but sometimes other crew members or passengers), mentioned on vessels visitin...
1068Campbell, Robert
Type: Ship owner
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  They came by sea   Page 34 - Whalers and sealers (1801 - 1810)
Abstract:    "An account of the maritime activity on the coast of NZ in the pre-colonial era, prior to 1840." Persons (usually masters, but sometimes other crew members or passengers), mentioned on vessels visitin...
1069Campbell, Robert
Type: Ship owner
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  They came by sea   Page 36 - Whalers and sealers (1801 - 1810)
Abstract:    "An account of the maritime activity on the coast of NZ in the pre-colonial era, prior to 1840." Persons (usually masters, but sometimes other crew members or passengers), mentioned on vessels visitin...
1070Campbeltown Shipbuilding Company
Type: Shipbuilders
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  Bearings 1990 Vol. 2 No. 2   Pages 11-13 - The Maoriland Steamship Company
Abstract:    History of a small shipping line set up in 1906 to compete with the Union SS Co., but eventually taken over by them. Fleet list is included
1071Camper and Nicholson
Type: Designers
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  Bearings 1993 Vol. 5 No. 4   Pages 9-13 - Passage in the ESMERALDA
Abstract:    The origins of the Chilean training ship and a description of her 1993 voyage around NZ. The writer travelled from Wellington to Auckland on the vessel.
1072Canada Maritime
Type: Shipping company
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  New Zealand Marine News 2005 Vol. 53 No. 2   Page 95 - Nautical News: CP Ships Adopts "One for All" Brand Policy
Abstract:    It was announced in late April 2005 that CP Ships plans to re-brand its container shipping services under the CP Ships name and retire its seven operating brands by the end of 2005. “We are listening...
1073Canadair
Type: Shipbuilders
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  Southern breeze. A history of yachting in New Zealand. 1999 - [Images of named persons and vessels from 'Southern breeze. A history of yachting in New Zealand.']
Abstract:    Illustrations of named persons and vessels only indexed. Images are black and white unless stated otherwise.
The source includes appendices listing details of significant historic mullet boats and ...
1074Canadian - Australasian Line
Type: Ship owner
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  A century of shipping in NZ. The 20th century. 2000 - [Images of ships from 'A century of shipping in New Zealand. The twentieth century.']
Abstract:    Illustrations of named vessels only indexed. Images are black and white unless stated otherwise.
1075Canadian - Australasian Line
Type: Ship owner
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  A Century of Style. Great Ships of the Union Line 1875-1976 1982   Pages 211-231 - Appendix II Fleet List
Abstract:    A detailed list of the Passenger Ships of the Union Steam Ship company, 1875 - 1976. Details include Official Number, tonnage, vessel dimensions, type of engines and dimensions, builder, alterations a...
1076Canadian - Australasian Line
Type: Shipping company
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  New Zealand Marine News 1966 Vol. 18 No. 2   Pages 36-40 - Union Steam Ship Company Passenger Liners (2) R.M.S. MAKURA
Abstract:    The article is built around details of the R.M.S. MAKURA and her part in the Sydney to Vancouver service via Brisbane, Honolulu and Victoria and later Suva and Auckland. This "All Red Route" as it wa...
1077Canadian - Australasian Line
Type: Ship owner
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  New Zealand Marine News 2004 Vol. 52 No. 3   Pages 122-131 - The Orient Line in New Zealand
Abstract:    A detailed New Zealand perspective on the Orient Line, which dated back to 1853 and was eventually merged into P&O-Orient Lines in 1960. The author worked in the Wellington office of the Union Compan...
1078Canadian - Australasian Line
Type: Ship owner
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  The 1935 steam tug WILLIAM C DALDY 2004   Pages 1-44 - Illustrated history of the vessel with chronology and specification.
1079Canadian Government
Type: Government
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  New Zealand Marine News 1967 Vol. 18 No. 4   Pages 111-114 - The name through the years. XXII: WAIKAWA
Abstract:    The Union Steam Ship Co used the name WAIKAWA three times to name its overseas cargo vessels: the first in 1915, the second in 1919 and the third in 1946. Mr Laxon gives an outline of the history of ...
1080Canadian National Railwy Company
Type: Railway company
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  New Zealand Marine News 2000 Vol. 49 No. 4   Pages 190-191 - Nautical News: Tranz Rail Services
Abstract:    A summary of the problems suffered by Tranz Rail Cook Strait services in recent months. Details of Tranz Rail finances, and the sale of the 23.7 per cent shareholding by Wisconsin Central Transportat...
1081Canadian Pacific
Type: Ship owner
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  New Zealand Marine News 2005 Vol. 53 No. 2   Page 90 - Nautical News: "The Topaz"
Abstract:    The cruise liner THE TOPAZ (32,327 gross tonnage, built 1956) arrived in Auckland on 12th January 2005, and later sailed for Sydney and Rabaul. She was chartered from June 2003 to the Japanese educat...
1082Canadian Pacific
Type: Ship owner
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1083Canadian Pacific Line
Type: Ship owner
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  Bearings 1992 Vol. 4 No. 4   Pages 4-11 - Anzac convoy to Britain
Abstract:    Traces the journey and fortunes of the convoy concentrating on the ships carrying the 2nd Echelon of the New Zealand Expeditionary Force, leaving New Zealand in May 1940.
1084Canadian Pacific Line
Type: Shipping company
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  New Zealand Maritime Record - Summary of vessels included in the New Zealand Maritime Record
1085Canadian Union Line Ltd
Type: Shipping company
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  New Zealand Marine News 1967 Vol. 18 No. 4   Pages 111-114 - The name through the years. XXII: WAIKAWA
Abstract:    The Union Steam Ship Co used the name WAIKAWA three times to name its overseas cargo vessels: the first in 1915, the second in 1919 and the third in 1946. Mr Laxon gives an outline of the history of ...
1086Canadian Union Line Ltd
Type: Shipping company
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  New Zealand Marine News 2002 Vol. 50 No. 3   Pages 134-135 - Mail Barrel: A Question of Identity [1]
Abstract:    Refers to article by Don Hamer in Vol.50 No.2 "Victory Ships" to America, and mainly discusses the possible identity of the square-rigged vessel passed in the Pacific 1953 or 1954. A number of sugges...
1087Canadian-Australasian Line Services
Type: Shipping company
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  New Zealand Marine News 1967 Vol. 19 No. 1   Pages 19-21 - Ships on stamps
Abstract:    After commending the hobby of stamp collecting and theme collecting in particular Mr Oswick gives details of the use of the DOMINION MONARCH, ACHILLES, TAMAROA ex SOPHOCLES, AWATEA, PORT BRISBANE, on ...
1088Canadian-Australia Line
Type: Shipping company
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  New Zealand Marine News 1966 Vol. 18 No. 2   Pages 36-40 - Union Steam Ship Company Passenger Liners (2) R.M.S. MAKURA
Abstract:    The article is built around details of the R.M.S. MAKURA and her part in the Sydney to Vancouver service via Brisbane, Honolulu and Victoria and later Suva and Auckland. This "All Red Route" as it wa...
1089Candadian Australasian Line
Type: Shipping company
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  New Zealand Marine News 2000 Vol. 49 No. 4   Page 183 - Untitled
Abstract:    Society Member Mr Robin M. Startup of Masterton has received international recognistion for his work in researching and recording the postal history of New Zealand.
1090Canna Compania, Naviera
Type: Ship owner
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  New Zealand Marine News 1965 Vol. 16 No. 4   Pages 117-118 - Port News: Marsden Point
Abstract:    Details of the various tankers that have called at Marsden Point in recent months.
1091Canopus Trans-Oceanic Corp
Type: Ship owner
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  New Zealand Marine News 1965 Vol. 16 No. 4   Page 127 - Port News: Otago
Abstract:    The Union S S Compay steamers WAIPORI and KOROWAI have been sold for further trading, after lengthy periods laid up in recent years. ANTARES and SHOAN MARU are other interesting visitors to the port ...
1092Cant. Nav. Breda, Venice
Type: Shipbuilders
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  New Zealand Marine News 1963 Vol. 15 No. 1   Page 31 - Port News: Port Chalmers - Dunedin
Abstract:    Arrivals at the Ports of Port Chalmers and Dunedin - describes various recent visitors, their design, details and trades.
1093Cant. Nav. Breda, Venice
Type: Shipbuilders
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  New Zealand Marine News 1964 Vol. 16 No. 2   Pages 63-64 - Port News: Wellington
Abstract:    Article discusses maritime trade at Wellington in general, with a drop in vessels this year to 320 from 355. The Wellington Passenger Terminal is due to open 8 Dec 1964 with the arrival of the NORTHE...
1094Cant. Nav. Riuniti-Ancana
Type: Ship owner
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  New Zealand Marine News 1964 Vol. 16 No. 2   Pages 60-61 - Port News: Marsden Point
Abstract:    Information on the new Marsden Point oil refinery and the various vessels visiting it.
1095Cant. Nav. Solimano
Type: Shipbuilders
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  New Zealand Marine News 2000 Vol. 49 No. 2   Pages 89-90 - Nautical News: "Santandrea"
Abstract:    A visitor to Auckland's Viaduct Basin during May 2000 was the large private yacht SANTANDREA. She is a converted tug, and the article describes her history.
1096Canterbury Association
Type: Ship Charterer
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  New Zealand Marine News 2000 Vol. 49 No. 1   Page 26 - Mail barrel: [sailing ship ISABELLA HERCUS]
Abstract:    The letter writer is publishing a book on the sailing ship ISABELLA HERCUS, built on the Clyde in 1847. He would like more information on the vessels voyages, passengers and achievements.
1097Canterbury Association
Type: Settlement company
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  New Zealand's Maritime Heritage 1987   Pages 42-45 - Settlers
Abstract:    By the early 1850s the European population of New Zealand had grown to more than 30,000. Half of this number had arrived in vessels chartered by the New Zealand Company and three other organisations....
1098Canterbury Company
Type: Ship owner
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  Richardsons of Napier 1989 - [Illustrations of named persons and vessels in 'Richardsons of Napier.']
Abstract:    Illustrations only of named vessels or persons in this source have been indexed here. All images are black & white unless stated otherwise. Detailed information about the vessels is available in the s...
1099Canterbury Provincial Council
Type: Regional government body   Region active: Canterbury
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  New Zealand Marine News 1998 Vol. 47 No. 3   Page 171 - Nautical News: Lyttelton Drydock's New Caisson
Abstract:    A new caisson for the Lyttelton drydock has been built. The following article was originally written by the author for the "Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser".

Port chalmers had opened it...

1100Canterbury Provincial Government
Type: Ship owner
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  New Zealand Marine News 2002 Vol. 51 No. 1   Pages 11-19, Cover - Canterbury's Nineteenth Century Specially-designed Lifeboats
Abstract:    Concentrates on the Timaru lifeboat ALEXANDRA built in 1862 and the Sumner lifeboat RESCUE built in 1898, but refers to other boats. Both ALEXANDRA and RESCUE are preserved, in Timaru and Auckland re...

 

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