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401At. & Ch. De la Manche & Ch. De Havre
Type: Shipbuilders
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  New Zealand Marine News 2005 Vol. 53 No. 1   Page 42 - Nautical News: "Marara"
Abstract:    A former research vessel, the MARARA is to be used as a mother ship in the sea cucumber industry in Fiji and will also be used for cruising. Marara had been berthed at Auckland since at least May 200...
402At. And Ch. De France
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
403Ataka and Company Limited
Type: Importers or exporters
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  New Zealand Marine News 1966 Vol. 18 No. 1   Page 30 - For the Record: KAISEI MARU
Abstract:    Brief details of ship
404Ateliers & Chantiers de Bretagne
Type: Shipbuilders
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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...
405Athel Line
Type: Shipping company
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  New Zealand Marine News 1965 Vol. 16 No. 4   Pages 118-120 - Port News: Auckland
Abstract:    Waiheke Services were in the news during Feb 1965, with problems with the Seamen's Union over the MANU-WAI threatening to take all ships off the run. The Waiheke Shipping Co. and its two conventional...
406Athel Line
Type: Shipping company
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  New Zealand Marine News 2000 Vol. 49 No. 4   Pages 164 - 177 - New Zealand's Coastal Tankers
Abstract:    Detailed history of the use of tankers on the New Zealand coast, from 1926 to 2001. Describes the vessels involved and the cargoes they carried.
407Athel Line
Type: Ship owner
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408Athel Line Limited
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  New Zealand Marine News 1966 Vol. 18 No. 1   Page 26 - Port News: Wellington. ATHELVISCOUNT
Abstract:    Brief details of ship.
409Athel Line Ltd
Type: Shipping company
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  New Zealand Marine News 1966-67 Vol. 18 No. 3   Page 88 - Photograph of tanker ATHELVISCOUNT
Abstract:    Photo of ship arriving at Lyttleton in January 1966. Built in 1961 for the Athel Line Ltd is now managed by the Union Steam Ship Company and carries refinery products from Marsden point to New Zealan...
410Atlantic Marine Inc.
Type: Shipbuilders
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  New Zealand Marine News 2004 Vol. 52 No. 3   Page 155 - Nautical News: "Kilo Moana"
Abstract:    An unusual visitor to New Zealand waters in May 2004 was the U.S.-flag research ship KILO MOANA owned by the U.S. Navy. After calling at Wellington, she went to probe the Waiapu Rivers's sedimentary ...
411Atlantic Navigation Company (Pte)
Type: Ship owner
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  New Zealand Marine News 1980 Vol. 30 No. 2   Page 83 - For the Record: "Karepo"
Abstract:    The former KAREPO has returned to New Zealand under new ownership. On 25 Nov 1979 she was joined in Westport by her sister KARETU and both vessels sailed 1 Dec 1979.
412Atlantic Steam Navigation Co Ltd
Type: Shipping company
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  New Zealand Marine News 1968 Vol. 19 No. 3   Pages 88-89 - For the Record: BAY FISHER
Abstract:    Outlines unique features and special purposes of vessels of James Fisher & Sons Ltd. The BAY FISHER has taken up a charter to the Northern Steam Ship Company. Expected to be ideally suited for roll...
413Atlas Concrete
Type: Mining company
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  New Zealand Marine News 2000 Vol. 49 No. 4   Page 207 - Nautical News: Mt. Rex Shipping
Abstract:    Mt. Rex Shipping, based near Helensville, is calling for tenders to build a 59-metre self-propelled vessel to carry stone on Kaipara Harbour for Atlas Concrete from a new quarry near Maungaturoto. [co...
414Atlas Levante Line
Type: Ship owner
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415Attica Enterprises
Type: Ferry company
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  New Zealand Marine News 2002 Vol. 50 No. 4   Page 214 - Nautical News: New Ferries for Bass Strait Service
Abstract:    Mar 2002 it was announced that Greek ferry operator Attica Enterprises was to sell two ferries to the Tasmanian Government for operation on the Bass Strait. They will operate a daily service all year...
416Auckand Yacht Club
Type: Boating or yachting organisation   Region active: Auckland
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  Boating New Zealand 2001 No. 174   Pages 74 - 76 - Vintage viewpoint : Mercia, Laurel and the great Native Regatta of 1898, part 1.
Abstract:    Describes the setting up of the "North Shore Native Regatta and Aquatic Carnival" centered on Calliope Dock and the associated canoe races and trans-Tasman yachting competition
417Auckland 18-foot Flying Squadron
Type: Boating or yachting organisation   Region active: Auckland
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  Boating New Zealand 1999 No. 159   Pages 51 - 53 - Vintage viewpoint : the Flying Squadron, Part 1:politics and change
Abstract:    The formation of the Auckland 18-foot Flying Squadron in 1949 in reaction to political conflict between clubs in Australia and its development into a succesful and competitive club, both locally and ...
418Auckland 18-foot Flying Squadron
Type: Boating or yachting organisation   Region active: Auckland
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  Boating New Zealand 1999 No. 160   Pages 89 - 91 - Vintage viewpoint :the Flying Squadron Part II Surprise and Taipan
Abstract:    Describes further development of the 18-footer especially the dramatic changes in design of TAIPAN in 1960, the fading popularity of the class as it became too expensive, and the end of it in New Zeal...
419Auckland 18ft Flying Squadron
Type: Boating or yachting organisation   Region active: Auckland
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  Boating New Zealand 2001 No. 184   Pages 123 - 126 - Vintage Viewpoint. The Logans part 111. KOMUTU and TARUA and the J J Giltinan Trophy
Abstract:    Controversial developments of the V Class 18-footers was highlighted by success of Jack Logan's KOMUTU, a "skimmer" which in 1948-49 season dominated racing. Also disputes between 18ft Flying Squadro...
420Auckland Aero Club   Region active: Auckland
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  Boating New Zealand 1999   Pages 78 - 79 - Vintage viewpoint : Tony Mason - his marlins and clippers, part one.
Abstract:    Covers Tony Mason's early life, his time in the air force and his methods of designing and building powerboats from 1945 to 1959.
421Auckland and North Shore Steam Ferry Company
Type: Ferry company   Region active: Auckland
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  Southern cross 1874   Page 3, Column 7 - Auckland and North Shore Steam Ferry Company
Abstract:    Summary report of the annual general meeting of the company in January 1874.
422Auckland and North Shore Steam Ferry Company
Type: Ferry company   Region active: Auckland
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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...
423Auckland and Thames Steam Packet Company
Type: Ship owner
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  Bearings 1992 Vol. 4 No. 2   Pages 32-33 - In times gone by
Abstract:    Biography of three steamers from the 1870s to be seen on the Waitemata - the ROYAL ALFRED, GO AHEAD and GOLDEN CROWN
424Auckland Anniversary Regatta
Type: Boating or yachting organisation   Region active: Auckland
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  Boating New Zealand 1999   Pages 44 - 46 - Vintage viewpoint : Maru v Waterwitch - more than a match
Abstract:    Match race series between mullet boat and patiki which culminated in a collision in the second match. Brief note about fate of the two yachts.
425Auckland Anniversary Regatta
Type: Boating or yachting organisation   Region active: Auckland
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  New Zealand Marine News 1966-67 Vol. 18 No. 3   Pages 68 - 73 - The Scow
Abstract:    A brief history of the Scow in New Zealand with some details of their construction and developments in their design.
426Auckland Anniversary Regatta Committee
Type: Boating or yachting organisation   Region active: Auckland
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  Boating New Zealand 2000 No. 165   Pages 42 - 44 - Vintage viewpoint : Wilkie - the original Mr Yachting, Part 1 - the North Shore Yacht Club
Abstract:    Mr W A Wilkinson was influential in establishing yachting on the Waitemata through his activities as yachtsman and in the setting up and administration of Yacht Clubs and involvement in the controvers...
427Auckland Bethel Union
Type: Religious organisation   Region active: Auckland
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  Southern cross 1860   Page 2, Column 3 - Auckland Bethel Union
Abstract:    Short item announcing an upcoming religious service for mariners to be held on the barque KATE on 8 January 1860, organised by the Auckland Bethel Union.
428Auckland Boat Builders
Type: Shipbuilders
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  New Zealand Marine News 2003 Vol. 51 No. 2   Page 76 - Mail barrel: New Lease of Life for a Fairmile
Abstract:    Former Fairmile No. 406 has been extensively refitted and 31 Jul 2002 moved to her new mooring in Coromandel Harbour.
429Auckland City Art Gallery
Type: Regional government body
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  New Zealand Marine News 1968 Vol. 19 No. 3   Pages 82-84 - Some thoughts on . . . The Marine Artist at Work
Abstract:    Reflects on the different viewpoint of the nautical researcher and the marine artist in the portrayal of ships. The one looks for accuracy of detail; the other looks for "artistic expression." Marine ...
430Auckland City Council
Type: Local body   Region active: Auckland
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  Boating New Zealand 2000 No. 169   Pages 58 - 60 - Vintage viewpoint : Wilkie the original Mr Yachting Part 4 - Bastion Point and the final years
Abstract:    The building of the Tamaki Yacht Club clubhouse and the boom in the clubs membership and activity; part played by Wilkie and yachting in Michael Joseph Savage's funeral; effect of war in reducing yach...
431Auckland City Council
Type: City council   Region active: Auckland
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  New Zealand Marine News 2002 Vol. 50 No. 4   Pages 229-230 - Nautical News: "Kestrel" Moves to Tauranga
Abstract:    Former Auckland harbour ferry KESTREL has been sold for use as a floating restaurant in Tauranga. Fullers Auckland chief executive Chris Bradley said they had offered her to various Auckland groups, ...
432Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Harbour board or port company   Region active: Auckland
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  Auckland Shipping Movements - Port of Auckland - ship arrivals and departures
Abstract:    Ship arrivals (and sometimes departures) for the Port of Auckland. Primarily taken from Auckland Harbour Board records 1922 to 1985 and Ports of Auckland records from 1991 to 31 October 2009, but wit...
433Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Harbour board or port company   Region active: Auckland
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  Auckland Weekly News 1916 - Personal paragraphs
Abstract:    Full text of short profile of Henry Herbert Marshall who was wounded in 1916. He was an employee of the Auckland Harbour Board before the war.
434Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Harbour board or port company   Region active: Auckland
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  Auckland Weekly News 1917 - Personal paragraphs
Abstract:    Full text of obituary of Alfred George Trevarthen who died in World War 1. Was well known in yachting circles and an employee of the Auckland Harbour Board before the war.
435Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Harbour board or port company
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  Auckland Weekly News 1915 - Personal paragraphs
Abstract:    Full text of brief obituary of Robert McMillan who died in 1915. He was an employee of the Auckland Harbour Board before the war.
436Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Harbour board or port company
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  Auckland Weekly News 1917 - Personal paragraphs
Abstract:    Full text of brief profile of wounded soldier Hugh Dobbie who was employed as a shipwright by the Auckland Harbour Board before World War 1.
437Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Harbour board or port company
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  Auckland Weekly News 1917 - Personal paragraphs
Abstract:    Full text of short obituary of Gilbert J Mackay who died in World War 1. He was well known in yachting circles in Auckland and was an employee of the Auckland Harbour Board for 10 years.
438Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Harbour board or port company
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  Auckland Weekly News 1915 - [Obituary]
Abstract:    Full text of short obituary of Thomas Morrin d. 1915 who was involved in various business, civic, and sporting ventures in NZ till his return to Canada in 1905. At one time a member of the Auckland H...
439Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Harbour board or port company
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  Auckland Weekly News 1915 - Personal paragraphs
Abstract:    Full text of short obituary of William Ross Eady who was an early staff member of the Auckland Harbour Board.
440Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Harbour board or port company
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  Auckland Weekly News 1917 - Personal paragraphs
Abstract:    Full text of short profile of soldier John N Corlett in 1917. Before World War 1 he was employed by the Auckland Harbour Board.
441Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Ship owner
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  Bearings 1991 Vol. 3 No. 1   Page 51 - Wellington Port News
Abstract:    Plans to open the city's first floating restaurant moved a step closer when the former tug TAPUHI II was towed t her permanent berth near the Freyberg Pool of Oriental Bay. The article goes on to giv...
442Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Harbour board or port company   Region active: Auckland
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  Boating New Zealand 2000 No. 161   Pages 58 - 60 - Vintage viewpoint : H N Burgess, an early launch builder, part one
Abstract:    History of launch building from end of the 19th Century to end of first decade of the 20th focussing on the work of H N Burgess and his influence on the design of the vessels and the engines that powe...
443Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Harbour board or port company   Region active: Auckland
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  Boating New Zealand 2000 No. 167   Pages 41 - 43 - Vintage viewpoint : why did Logan Bros close down in 1910?
Abstract:    Some general information about yacht builders Logan Bros but focuses on 1910 when the Harbour Board expanded onto the land occupied by their boatyard, their temporary move to Stanley Bay and closing d...
444Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Harbour board or port company   Region active: Auckland
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  Boating New Zealand 2001 No. 173   Pages 118 - 120 - Vintage viewpoint : James Reid and his good launches, part two
Abstract:    Outlines the launch building activites of James Reid Snr from 1903 to 1914 including his experiments with combination launch-yacht designs.
445Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Harbour board or port company   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...
446Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Harbour Board
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  Illustrated history of the tug WILLIAM C DALDY 2002 - A brief illustrated history of tug WILLIAM C DALDY
Abstract:    From the building of the tug in Scotland, through to the tug today and the William C Daldy Preservation Society. This history was prepared to accompany a display about the tug at the New Zealand Nati...
447Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Ship owner
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  Illustrated history of the tug WILLIAM C DALDY 2002 - WILLIAM C DALDY - specification
Abstract:    Full details of the tug- registration details, dimensions, equipment, crew etc.
448Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Ship owner
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  International Register of Historic Ships 1999   Pages 222-226 - New Zealand
Abstract:    Details of historic vessels preserved in New Zealand
449Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Harbour Board   Region active: Auckland
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  Maritime Notes 2003 - "Estoril Hauler" - oil barge in Auckland
Abstract:    In 2003, the 1936 built barge was still at work, used by Marstel Terminals to transport chemicals in bulk, from Wynyard Wharf in Auckland to their base on the Tamaki River. Chemicals are brought into...
450Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Harbour board or port company   Region active: Auckland
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  New Zealand Marine News 1963 Vol. 15 No. 2   Pages 29 - 32 - Port News: Auckland
Abstract:    News of recent events in the port of Auckland.

 

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