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7222 organisations found - displaying 201 to 250
 
201Alexander Hall & Company
Type: Shipbuilders
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  International Register of Historic Ships 1999   Pages 222-226 - New Zealand
Abstract:    Details of historic vessels preserved in New Zealand
202Alexander Hatrick and Company
Type: Ship owner   Region active: Manawatu-Wanganui
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  New Zealand Marine News 1998 Vol. 47 No. 3   Pages 169-171 - Nautical News: Bullock's Wanganui Barges
Abstract:    The month of Jun 1998 saw demolition in progress at Wanganui of the AWA-RU, the last sand barge operated by B.Bullock & Co. Ltd., (established 1928), concluding a waterborne sand recovery operation da...
203Alexander Hattrick and Company
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.
204Alexander Sinclair Murray
Type: Ship owner
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  New Zealand Marine News 1980 Vol. 30 No. 2   Pages 61-65 - Crumbs from the Clutha
Abstract:    Traffic was carried on the Clutha River in Otago for many years by paddle steamers. The article gives details of the vessels involved and the trade on the river.
205Alexander Stephen & Sons
Type: Shipbuilders
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  New Zealand Marine News 1964 Vol. 16 No. 1   Page 32 - Port News: Bluff
Abstract:    Details of recent maritime activity in the port of Bluff.
206Alexander Stephen & Sons
Type: Shipbuilders
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  New Zealand Marine News 1963-64 Vol. 15 No. 3   Pages 25 - 27 - Port News: Auckland
Abstract:    News of recent ship arrivals and other events in the port of Auckland. Brief items which pack quite a lot of detail in a small space. Of particular note are the items relating to new developments in f...
207Alexander Stephen & Sons
Type: Boatbuilders or shipbuilders
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  New Zealand Marine News 1968 Vol. 19 No. 4   Pages 99 - 104 - The name through the years. . XXIII: "KAIKOURA"
Abstract:    An account of the careers of each of the five vessels with this name as well as details as to builders, dimensions, propulsion, freight capacity, passengers, changes of ownership and names, fate.
208Alexander Stephen & Sons
Type: Shipbuilders
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  New Zealand Marine News 2001 Vol. 50 No. 1   Pages 34-35 - Nautical News: "Peraki"
Abstract:    The veteran steam dredger PERAKI has been sold by Port of Lyttelton Ltd and towed to Manilla in the Phillipines.
209Alexander Stephen & Sons
Type: Shipbuilders
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  New Zealand Marine News 2002 Vol. 50 No. 4   Pages 186-192 - The Name Through the Years - 42: "Kaituna"
Abstract:    Describes six vessels that over the years have carried the name KAITUNA. There are various possible sources for this name, but it is usually associated with the river which flows from Lake Rotoiti in...
210Alexander Stephen & Sons Limited
Type: Shipbuilders
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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...
211Alexander Stephen & Sons Ltd
Type: Boatbuilders or shipbuilders
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  New Zealand Marine News 1965 Vol. 17 No. 3   Pages 72-74 - m.v. WAIANA
Abstract:    Detailed description of the 1936-built Union Company WAIANA and career. By 1936 she was the last remaining pre-war cargo ship in the fleet.
212Alexander Stephen and Sons
Type: Boatbuilders or shipbuilders
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  New Zealand Marine News 1965 Vol. 16 No. 4   Pages Cover, 116, 121-126 - Port News: Wellington
Abstract:    Events around the port of Wellington over the past few months. Overseas passenger terminal opened 7 Dec 1964. interesting ships that called, heavy lift for floating dock, casualties, and future roll ...
213Alexander Stephen and Sons
Type: Shipbuilders
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  New Zealand Marine News 1965 Vol. 16 No. 4   Pages Cover, 116, 121-126 - Port News: Wellington
Abstract:    Events around the port of Wellington over the past few months. Overseas passenger terminal opened 7 Dec 1964. interesting ships that called, heavy lift for floating dock, casualties, and future roll ...
214Alexander Stephen and Sons Limited
Type: Shipbuilders
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  Ordeal By Sea 1949   Pages 105 - 106, + 244 - Losses and savings
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...
215Alexander Stephen and Sons Ltd
Type: Boatbuilders or shipbuilders
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  New Zealand Marine News 1968 Vol. 19 No. 3   Page 90 - For the Record: KOMATA
Abstract:    The first of a class of six vessels built for the Union Steam Ship Company from 1947 to 1952, the KOMATA has been sold to the San Miguel Navigation Co. S.A. of Panama and renamed ANTONIO REGIDOR. She...
216Alexander Turnbull
Type: Ship owner
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  Bearings 1991 Vol. 3 No. 3   Pages 5-14 - A Victorian Gentleman's Yacht
Abstract:    The RONA is one of the finest examples afloat of a six-beam gaff-rigged racing cutter. The detailed article talks about her history, her construction, and her restoration in the late 1980s.
217Alexander Turnbull Library
Type: Library
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  New Zealand Marine News 2000 Vol. 49 No. 2   Pages 63-65 - One Story Leads to Another
Abstract:    The article refers back to Volume 48 No. 4 and a photograph of the ILMA. One of the author's uncles was an A.B. on the ILMA and later named his daughter after the ILMA.
218Alfred Court
Type: Ship owner
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  Bearings 1993 Vol. 5 No. 4   Pages 26-34 - Circumnavigation by motor yacht - The Cruise of the RUAMANO
Abstract:    The first circumnavigation of NZ 1925-26 in a motor launch and the influence this had in gaining respect for this craft as a reliable pleasure boat. Log of the cruise is published in "The Cruise of t...
219Alfred Holt and Company
Type: Shipping company
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  New Zealand Marine News 1966 Vol. 18 No. 1   Pages 3-13 - China Navigation Company
Abstract:    A detailed history of the Company, being the text of a lecture given by the author at a meeting of the Auckland Maritime Society held on board m.v. KUALA LUMPUR Dec 1965.
220Alfred Holt and Company
Type: Shipping company
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  New Zealand Marine News 1966 Vol. 18 No. 1 - Port News: Auckland New Arrivals. NANCHANG
Abstract:    Brief details of the ship and routes.
221Alfred Milson
Type: Ship owner
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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 ...
222Algot
Type: Ship repairer
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  New Zealand Marine News 2000 Vol. 49 No. 4   Pages 200-201 - Nautical News: "Sir Hubert Wilkins"
Abstract:    The vessel SIR HUBERT WILKINS was recently refitted at Lyttelton. She was built in Finland as survey and research ship, lighthouse tender, and unofficial royal yacht.
223Ali Riza Aksoy Denizcilik
Type: Shipping company
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  New Zealand Marine News 2000 Vol. 49 No. 3   Pages 146-147 - Nautical News: "Spirit of Enterprise"
Abstract:    Describes the arrival of AKSOY TRUVA on the New Zealand coast and the complications of her name change to SPIRIT OF ENTERPRISE.
224Allan Black & Co
Type: Shipping company
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  New Zealand Marine News 1966 Vol. 18 No. 2   Pages 60-61 - Port News: Auckland. New Arrivals.
Abstract:    Reports on eight arrivals, HAR RAMON, CAPE DALEMOS, SISTENA, INGLETON, IRON WHYALLA, TAUPO, STERNO, GOLDEN CREST. Details are given as to ownership, builder, cargo, service speed, propulsion, tonnage...
225Allan Line
Type: Shipping company
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  New Zealand Marine News 1964-65 Vol. 16 No. 3   Pages 78-86 - The Name through the years - XX: "TAINUI"
Abstract:    Detailed history of a number of vessels named TAINUI, varying from Auckland harbour ferries to Shaw Savill liners. Tainui is a Maori tribal name, and also the name of one of the canoes of the Great M...
226Allan Line
Type: Shipping company
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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...
227Allen Allen and Hemsley
Type: Lawyers
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  New Zealand Marine News 2000 Vol. 49 No. 2   Pages 57-63 - The Tussle for the House Flag
Abstract:    The article describes the history of the "Circular Saw" houseflag of Henderson & Macfarlane and the later legal fight to prevent it being used by other companies. There is much information on the com...
228Allerly, T C
Type: Shipbuilders
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  Mullet boats 'n quotes : a unique insight into an icon of New Zealand sailing craft. 2000 - [Selected illustrations, vessel histories, & biographical material from 'Mullet boats 'n quotes']
Abstract:    PP.5,11,14,17,42,52,97,114, poems.
PP.9,10,13, 15. Includes some historical details about how the Lipton Cup got started and the first race for it in 1922. P.82. A list of Lipton Cup winners from 1...
229Allied Distillers
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  New Zealand Marine News 2002 Vol. 50 No. 4   Pages Cover, 192-199 - In the Wake of the "Tofua"
Abstract:    The article starts by describing the shipping scene on the River Clyde in the 1950s. It moves on the the Union Steam Ship Company, and to William Denny & Brothers of Dumbarton who built many of their...
230Allsup & Co.
Type: Shipbuilders
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  Northern Steam Ship Company Exhibition 2001 - Northern Steam Ship Company - the Fleet.
Abstract:    A profile for each vessel in the Northern Steam Ship Company fleet. Built for the New Zealand National Maritime Museum's exhibition 2001 on the Northern Company.
231Allsup and Company Limited
Type: Shipbuilders
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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...
232Almouaket Shipping and Trading Agency W.L.L.
Type: Ship owner
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  New Zealand Marine News 1988 Vol. 38 No. 3   Page 123 - For the Record: "Pukeko"
Abstract:    The last ship built for Richardson's of Napier is now registered in Suez.
233Alpergas
Type: Ship owner
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234Alpine Helicopters   Region active: Southland
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  New Zealand Marine News 1981 Vol. 31 No. 4   Pages 147-148 - For the Record: "Ranginui"
Abstract:    Former coaster RANGINUI is currently acting in a stationary role in the venison recovery business in the southwest sounds.
235Alpine Helicopters Limited
Type: Ship owner
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  New Zealand Marine News 1980 Vol. 30 No. 2   Page 87 - For the Record: "Ranginui"
Abstract:    Possible of sale of RANGINUI to Tongan interests, reported in Vol.27 No.3, has failed to develop.
236Alpine Helicopters Limited
Type: Ship owner
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  New Zealand Ships Illustrated 1988-89   Pages 23-79 - Part 1 Commercial Service Vessels
237Altmann & Company
Type: Ship owner
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  New Zealand Marine News 1966-67 Vol. 18 No. 3   Pages 94 - 95 - For the Record: Other sales
Abstract:    Outlines sale of eight vessels giving details of owners and changes of name where appropriate. The vessels are: ROGGEVEEN, SCHOUTEN, VAN WAERWYCK, INDIAN REEFER, WAIANA, SAN ROBERTO(ex WAIPIATA), GLO...
238Amalgamated Wireless Company
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  [Annual report. NZ Marine Department. AJHR] 1915   Pages H.15, 3 - 4 - [General statement of the 1915 Annual Report of the Marine Department]
Abstract:    A general statement of the work of the Marine Department in the year ending 31 March 1915. Includes brief mentions of persons in some way involved with the activities of the department. These have bee...
239Amaltal
Type: Ship owner
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  New Zealand Marine News 2005 Vol. 53 No. 1   Pages 31-32 - Nautical News: Talley's Purchases the Whole of Amaltal
Abstract:    On 7th January 2005 it was announced that Aucklandís Goodfellow family had sold a fifty per cent stake in New Zealandís third largest fishing company, Amaltal, to fifty/fifty joint-venture partner Tal...
240Amaltal Fishing Company
Type: Ship owner
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  New Zealand Ships Illustrated 1988-89   Pages 154-187 - Part 4 Fishing Vessels
241AMERICAN BULK CORPORATION
Type: Ship owner
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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...
242American Bureau of Shipping
Type: Classification society
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  New Zealand Marine News 2002 Vol. 50 No. 4   Page 224 - Nautical News: Tourist Submarine
Abstract:    Tourists were able to make in-depth explorations of New Zealand's celebrated Milford Sound when a submarine began taking passengers 100 metres below the surface in mid-Dec 2001. However, Mar 2002 it ...
243American Car and Foundry Company Inc.
Type: Shipbuilders
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  New Zealand Marine News 1984 Vol. 34 No. 2   Pages 60-62 - For the Record: H.M.N.Z.S. "Endeavour"
Abstract:    A recent casualty report details the loss of the wooden diesel-engined sealing ship ARCTIC ENDEAVOUR. The ship has had a particularly varied career over her 38 years, including 6 years with the Royal...
244American Federation of Steamship Owners
Type: Trade union
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  New Zealand Marine News 1966 Vol. 17 No. 4   Pages 100-107 - MV WAIRIMU (ex CAPE ALAVA)
Abstract:    A detailed description of the Union Company's cargoship WAIRIMU from its building in Tacoma in 1940 to being laid up in 1965. Her career with the Union Company was largely uneventful, trading from Ne...
245American Mail Line
Type: Shipping company
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  New Zealand Marine News 1966 Vol. 17 No. 4   Pages 100-107 - MV WAIRIMU (ex CAPE ALAVA)
Abstract:    A detailed description of the Union Company's cargoship WAIRIMU from its building in Tacoma in 1940 to being laid up in 1965. Her career with the Union Company was largely uneventful, trading from Ne...
246American Mail Line
Type: Ship owner
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247American Maritime Unions
Type: Trade union
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  New Zealand Marine News 1966 Vol. 17 No. 4   Pages 100-107 - MV WAIRIMU (ex CAPE ALAVA)
Abstract:    A detailed description of the Union Company's cargoship WAIRIMU from its building in Tacoma in 1940 to being laid up in 1965. Her career with the Union Company was largely uneventful, trading from Ne...
248American President Line
Type: Ship owner
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249American South African Line
Type: Shipping company
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  New Zealand Marine News 2000 Vol. 49 No. 2   Page 82 - Nautical News: P&O Nedlloyd Purchases Farrell Lines
Abstract:    P&O Nedlloyd have purchased the U.S. container ship operation Farrell Lines to boost its U.S. - Mediterranean Service.
250American Steel Dredge
Type: Shipbuilders
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  New Zealand Marine News 2001 Vol. 50 No. 2   Pages 69-71 - Never Judge a Boat by its Cargo
Abstract:    A detailed account of the amazing history of Subritzky's ferry TASMAN, which started life in America as a knockdown barge, was lost in the Tasman for 4 years, and ended as a powered ferry capable of c...

 

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