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7222 organisations found - displaying 151 to 200
 
151Adelaide Steamship Company
Type: Ship owner
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  New Zealand Marine News 1988 Vol. 38 No. 3   Pages 115-116 - For the Record: "Konanda"`
Abstract:    The "Konanda" has come to the end of her days at the ripe old age of 32 years. The article gives a good history of this vessel, which started her working days on the Australian Coast and moved via so...
152Adense Staalskibs A/S
Type: Shipbuilders
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  New Zealand Marine News 1964-65 Vol. 16 No. 3   Pages 90-91 - Port News: Marsden Point
Abstract:    Progress of the oil refinery at Marsden Point and the vessels visiting the port.
153Admiral Overseas Limited
Type: Shipping company
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  New Zealand Marine News 2000 Vol. 49 No. 3   Pages 130-131 - Nautical News: "Lone Ranger"
Abstract:    Describes visit of the "super yacht" LONE RANGER to Auckland, which is converted from a tug - and goes on the mention other tug conversions.
154Admiralty
Type: Government department
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  New Zealand Marine News 1963 Vol. 15 No. 2   Pages 8 - 10 - Turnbull Martin & Co. Ltd. . . The Scottish Shire Line
Abstract:    Short history and fleet list of the Scottish Shire Line. Written in conjunction with John McRoberts of Liverpool
155Admiralty
Type: Defence force
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  New Zealand Marine News 2002 Vol. 50 No. 4   Pages 225-226 - Nautical News: "Sea Raider"
Abstract:    SEA RAIDER was built in 1944 as Admiralty MFV 1084. The article covers her earlier history and recent history. It adds to previous mentions in Vol.46 No.4 and Vol.48 No.4.
156Admiralty
Type: Ship owner
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  New Zealand Marine News 2003 Vol. 51 No. 2   Page 87 - Nautical News: "Sea Raider"
Abstract:    Ex Admiralty M.F.V. SEA RAIDER arrived Wellington 16 Sep 2002 for a period of renovation under her new owner.
157Admiralty
Type: Ship owner
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  New Zealand Marine News 2003 Vol. 51 No. 2   Page 87 - Nautical News: "San Cristobal"
Abstract:    Ex Admiralty MFV 35 arrived in Wellington 2 Oct 2002 as private yacht SAN CRISTOBAL.
158Admiralty
Type: Ship owner
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  New Zealand Marine News 2005 Vol. 53 No. 3   Pages 116-126 - The Union Company in Napier (continued)
Abstract:    The first wharf at the new harbour at Napier was officially opened on 12 June 1893 when the TAVIUNI arrived to load a travelling circus and menagerie. The second wharf opened Oct 1895 but until anoth...
159Admiralty
Type: Ship owner
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160Admiralty Yards, St. Petersburg
Type: Shipbuilders
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  New Zealand Marine News 2000 Vol. 49 No. 3   Page 154 - Nautical News: "Seven Seas Navigator" - Swords into Ploughshares
Abstract:    Describes the history of the cruise ship SEVEN SEAS NAVIGATOR and her conversion from a Soviet Navy tracking vessel to a cruise ship.
161Adrian Hayter
Type: Ship owner
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  Bearings 1993 Vol. 5 No. 1   Pages 26-30 - The boats of Adrian Hayter
Abstract:    Description of Hayter's various boats
162Adriatic Shipyard
Type: Ship repairer
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  New Zealand Marine News 2002 Vol. 50 No. 3   Pages 139-140 - Nautical News: "Rangatira"
Abstract:    Current location and details of the former inter-island ferry RANGATIRA.
163Adsteam Limited
Type: Shipping company
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  New Zealand Marine News 2000 Vol. 49 No. 3   Page 152 - Nautical News: Sea-Tow Ltd
Abstract:    Oct 2000 it was announced that Northland Port Corporation had sold half of their shareholding in Sea-Tow Ltd. To Adsteam Ltd., and that Adsteam had the option of purchasing the other half of the share...
164Adventure Cruises Inc
Type: Ship owner
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  New Zealand Marine News 2000 Vol. 49 No. 1   Pages 48-49 - Nautical News: "World Discoverer"
Abstract:    Liberian passenger vessel ran aground in Sandfly Passage, about 25 miles north of Honiara, Solomon Islands 30 Apr 2000. The crew and passengers abandoned her safely. She cruises in the South Pacifi...
165Adventure Philosophy Team
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  Central leader 2006   Page 43 - Antarctic adventurers battle elephant seals and the elements
Abstract:    BIOGRAPHY FILE: JONES, Mark
A short account of how Jones with two companions circumnavigated the Sub-Antarctic South Georgia Island by kayak, the first time this had ever been done. The three call ...
166Affco and Richmond
Type: Freezing company
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  New Zealand Marine News 2002 Vol. 50 No. 4   Pages 169-185 - "Rosie" and the ABC Containerline N.V.
Abstract:    History and Fleet List of ABC Containerline, with details of the other shipping companies also associated with Tsvi Vered Rosenfield. He owned a variety of shipping companies between 1973 and 1996 wh...
167Afran Transport Company
Type: Ship owner
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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
168African & Continental S.S.Company
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 ...
169Afrikanissche Fruchtkompanie
Type: Ship owner
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  New Zealand Marine News 2000 Vol. 49 No. 1   Pages 16-25 - The "Otaki-Moewe" Affair
Abstract:    A detailed two part assessment of the epic First World War encounter between the New Zealand Shipping Company's OTAKI and the German surface raider MOEWE. The OTAKI's stubborn resistance earned her M...
170Agency Group Limited
Type: Ship owner
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  New Zealand Marine News 1988 Vol. 38 No. 3   Page 117 - For the Record: "Timo"
Abstract:    After a long sojourn at the port of Tauranga, the unwanted TIMO finally found a buyer in Nov 1987.
171Agenship
Type: Ship owner
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172Agua Clara Cia Naviera Panamera S.A.
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.
173Ailsa Shipbuilding Company
Type: Shipbuilders
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  Bearings 1991 Vol. 3 No. 2   Pages 15-21 - The Guano Ships
Abstract:    The history of the guano trade to NZ. Guano ships, islands, problems and mishaps at sea.
174Ailsa Shipuilding Company Limited
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
175Air New Zealand
Type: Airline
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  New Zealand Marine News 2001 Vol. 50 No. 2   Pages 63-69 - Getting the Ferries Away
Abstract:    An article describing the Inter-Island ferries and the problems of running them, from the point of view of the office staff and other workers on the wharf.
176Aitken and Mansell
Type: Shipbuilders
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  The sailing ships of the NZ Shipping Co 1873-1900. 1972 - [Vessels' & persons' images in 'The sailing ships of the New Zealand Shipping Company 1873 - 1900]
Abstract:    Illustrations of named vessels and persons only have been indexed. Images are black and white unless stated otherwise. Note: the author of this work was himself a director of the New Zealand Shipping ...
177Akarana Yacht Club
Type: Boating or yachting organisation   Region active: Auckland
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  Boating New Zealand 2000 No. 168   Pages 65 - 67 - Vintage viewpoint : Wilkie the Original Mr Yachting part 3 - Speedwell Akarana and Tamaki Yacht club
Abstract:    In mid 1919 Wilkinson became shipping correspondent for the Auckland Star quickly expanding this to cover yachting under byline'Speedwell.' He promoted the 14 footer X Class leading to Sanders Cup com...
178Akarana yacht Club
Type: Marine society   Region active: Auckland
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  Boating New Zealand 2001 No. 179   Pages 51 - 52 - Vintage Viewpoint. The Reids - Part 4
Abstract:    Focuses on James Reid Jnr from his return to Auckland at age 16 to his death in 1972. He was a rigger at Colonial Sugar Refinery for many years and later worked as a shipwright for the Auckland Harbo...
179Ake Högberg
Type: Ship owner
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180Akers Verft
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
181Alabama D D and S B
Type: Shipbuilders
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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.
182Alan McLeod
Type: Ship owner   Region active: Otago
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  New Zealand Marine News 2002 Vol. 50 No. 4   Page 219 - Nautical News: Former Japanese Fishing Vessels
Abstract:    At Dunedin, the conversion into a pleasure craft of former Japanese Government vessel SHUMPU MARU continues. The owner also has an interest in two other former Japanese vessels.
183Albatross Tanker Corp.
Type: Ship owner
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184Albion Line
Type: Ship owner
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  Fair Winds and Rough Seas. The story of the Holm Shipping Company 1975   Pages 230-245 - Fair Winds and Rough Seas - Fleet List
Abstract:    Summary of Appendix B of the book, which contains comprehensive details of the vessels owned, managed and chartered by the Holm Shipping Company
185Albion Line
Type: Shipping company   Region active: All New Zealand
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  New Zealand Marine News 1963 Vol. 15 No. 1   Pages 24 - 25 - Book Review - Paddy Henderson. The Story of P. Henderson & Company.
Abstract:    A review of the book "Paddy Henderson" by Dorothy Laird, published by P. Henderson & Co., Glasgow, 1961.
186Albion Line
Type: Shipping company
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  New Zealand Marine News 2001 Vol. 50 No. 1   Pages 9-16 - The Name Through the Years - 41: "Doric"
Abstract:    Describes three vessels named DORIC, two of which were in the trade to New Zealand.
187Albion Line
Type: Ship owner
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  New Zealand Marine News 1988 Vol. 38 No. 3   Pages Cover, 88 - 103 - Migrant Ships of the 19th Century
Abstract:    A major article which goes well beyond covering the ships and companies involved. It describes conditions on board the vessels and how the trade and vessels evolved from the earliest days through to ...
188Albion Line
Type: Ship owner
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  Sail to New Zealand 1986 - [Images of vessels from 'Sail to New Zealand']
Abstract:    From the work 'Sail to New Zealand : the story of Shaw Savill & Co., 1858 - 1882.' Illustrations of named vessels only indexed. Images are black and white unless stated otherwise.
189Albion Reefers
Type: Ship owner
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  New Zealand Marine News 1998 Vol. 47 No. 3   Page 162 - Nautical News: Star Reefers
Abstract:    The article lists new vessels joining the fleet of Star Reefers and then goes on to describe the various other groups of vessels in the fleet.
New funnel markings recently adopted by Star Reefers ...
190Albion Shipping Company
Type: Shipping company
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  Boating New Zealand 1999 No. 158   Pages 62 - 64 - Vintage viewpoint : C.P.Murdoch , , , First Commodore of the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron, 1902
Abstract:    Story of Charles Primrose Murdoch from birth in Scotland in 1850 and his involvement in and influence on New Zealand yachting first in Dunedin and then in Auckland to his death in 1925.
191Albion Shipping Company
Type: Shipping company
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  New Zealand Marine News 1964-65 Vol. 16 No. 3   Pages 67-69 - EDWIN FOX . . A Short History
Abstract:    Short but detailed history of the EDWIN FOX, from her building in Bengal to her use as a hulk at Picton.
192Albion Wright
Type: Ship owner
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  Bearings 1990 Vol. 2 No. 3   Page 47 - PASTIME in a pond
Abstract:    Description and brief history of 1886 cutter PASTIME. She is now in a pond at the Pegasus Tavern in Christchurch.
193Albyn Line
Type: Ship owner
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194Alendal Rederi A/S, Haugesund
Type: Ship manager
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  New Zealand Marine News 2000 Vol. 49 No. 1   Pages 29-30 - Nautical News: "Tasman Venture"
Abstract:    Former Fletcher Challenge Paper newspring carrier TASMAN VENTURE has been sold and renamed FOREST VENTURE under the Cypriot flag.
195Alex Birnie & Company
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...
196Alex Birnie & Company
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...
197Alex Harvey Ltd
Type: Engineering firm   Region active: Auckland
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  Boating New Zealand 2001 No. 182   Pages 99 - 100 - Vintage viewpoint. Jack & Doug. Part one, the early days and RAKOA
Abstract:    An extract from these authors' book The Logans. Gives an account of the two sons sailing/racing successes between 1920 and 1940 in a number of different classes. The L class RAKOA, bought in 1928, ...
198Alex Harvey Ltd
Type: Engineering firm   Region active: Auckland
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  Boating New Zealand 2001 No. 183   Pages 103 - 106 - Vintage Viewpoint. Jack & Doug Part 2. MATARA, Doug and 31 Battery
Abstract:    The racing of MATARA from 1940 to 1944 seriously affected by World War 2 but after Doug volunteered for the army in 1941 Jack was able to continue to race her when he had time off from his manpowered ...
199Alexander Stephen and Sons
Type: Boatbuilders or shipbuilders
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  Ordeal By Sea 1949   Page 105, 172, 224, 227, + 241 - [GLOUCESTER in World War 2]
Abstract:    An account of the experiences of the ships and seamen of the New Zealand Shipping Company during the Second World War. Includes the names of those who died during the conflict and those who were honou...
200Alexander Duthie
Type: Shipbuilders
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  New Zealand Marine News 1998 Vol. 47 No. 3   Pages 119-128 - The Scow "in the Shape of a Punt"
Abstract:    The scow was planned as a shallow-draught vessel for the stowing of timber on deck. A primary requirement was that she would remain upright when aground and so allow a timber cargo to be taken in clo...

 

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