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7222 organisations found - displaying 451 to 500
 
451Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Harbour board or port company   Region active: Auckland
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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...
452Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Harbour board or port company
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  New Zealand Marine News 1965 Vol. 17 No. 3   Pages 92-93 - Port News: Auckland
Abstract:    New Waiheke Car Ferry, Port Development, Whangarei and Great Barrier Services to end, TOFUA on fire, RANGITANE demasted, plus details of new arrivals in the Port of Auckland.
453Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Harbour board or port company   Region active: Auckland
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  New Zealand Marine News 1964 Vol. 16 No. 2   Pages 61-63 - Port News: Auckland
Abstract:    News of recent shipping activities around the port of Auckland.
454Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Harbour board or port company   Region active: Auckland
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  New Zealand Marine News 1967 Vol. 18 No. 4   Page 124 - For the Record: MANUKAU
Abstract:    Replacing a small wooden launch of the same name the Auckland Harbour Board's new MANUKAU was launched on 10 January 1967. Some details of equipment and propulsion are given. Primarily a tug but can ...
455Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Harbour board or port company   Region active: Auckland
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  New Zealand Marine News 1967 Vol. 19 No. 1   Pages 25-26 - For the Record: Royal New Zealand Navy
Abstract:    Provides a summary of the activites and locations of Navy ships:OTAGO; WAIKATO; LACHLAN; TARANAKI; BLACKPOOL; and then some of the history of the ECHUCA, a Bathust class minesweeper, which is being br...
456Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Ship owner
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  New Zealand Marine News 1977 Vol. 28 No. 2   Pages 48-53 - Whangarei Engineering and Construction Limited
Abstract:    For nearly a decade, the company have been gaining recognition as New Zealand's formost shipbuilder. The article gives the company's history and lists the vessels built to date.
457Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Harbour Board
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  New Zealand Marine News 1980 Vol. 30 No. 2   Page 82 - For the Record: "Mariposa", "Monterey"
Abstract:    Former liner MONTEREY is reported to have been resold. MARIPOSA continues to be laid up in San Francisco. Aug 1979 it was proposed that MARIPOSA be chartered for use as a floating hotel in Auckland,...
458Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Harbour board or port company
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  New Zealand Marine News 1981 Vol. 31 No. 4   Page 149 - For the Record: "William C. Daldy"
Abstract:    WILLIAM C. DALDY has been active on the Waitemata Harbour this summer.
459Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Ship owner
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  New Zealand Marine News 1985 Vol. 35 No. 4   Pages 131-136 - Whangarei Engineering and Construction Ltd.
Abstract:    An update to the article in Vol.28 No.2 in 1977 which gave the history of this company and a list of the ships built at its Port Whangarei shipyard. This update includes details of vessels launched s...
460Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Harbour board or port company
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  New Zealand Marine News 1987 Vol. 37 No. 2   Pages 65-66 - Ship Shape - A Rare Glimpse of Steam
Abstract:    Photographic feature of the arrival of the tug AUCKLANDER in Wellington to be converted to a restaurant.
461Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Ship owner
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  New Zealand Marine News 1984 Vol. 34 No. 2   Pages 62-63 - For the Record: "Minato Maru No.102"
Abstract:    The MINATO MARU NO.102 sailed from Auckland 6 Sep 1983 in calm, clear weather. That afternoon she ran aground on Shearer Rock, a mile east of Tiritiri-Matangi Island in the Hauraki Gulf, at full spee...
462Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Ship owner
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  New Zealand Ships Illustrated 1988-89   Pages 23-79 - Part 1 Commercial Service Vessels
463Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Ship owner
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  New Zealand Ships Illustrated 1988-89   Pages 80-142 - Part 2 Tugs and Harbour Craft
464Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Ship owner
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  Northern Steam Ship Company Exhibition 2001 - A Chronology of the WILLIAM C DALDY
Abstract:    The page lists significant dates in the life of the tug WILLIAM C DALDY
465Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Harbour Board   Region active: Auckland
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  Report - an information sheet on the Port of Auckland 1977 No. 8   Page 4 - Cook did not enjoy tug
Abstract:    Some of the details of the delivery voyage to Auckland of the WILLIAM C DALDY, as related by Mr Sydney Wigglesworth who was second mate for the 76 day voyage. He mentions that the Cook left the vesse...
466Auckland Harbour Board
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.
467Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Harbour Board   Region active: Auckland
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  [Material on Jeremiah Casey & family] - [Untitled clippings relating to Captain Jeremiah Casey & family]
Abstract:    The item includes copies of the obituaries of Captain Jeremiah Casey and his wife, copies of their family funeral notices, and advertisements for several of the small coastal steamers that Captain Cas...
468Auckland Harbour Board
Type: Harbour Board   Region active: Auckland
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  [Notes on John Lamb & Edwin Carr] - John Lamb (1816 - 1889) and Edwin Carr (1835 - 1916)
Abstract:    Biographical material relating to John Lamb who operated the Waitemata Flour Mill & Biscuit Factory at Riverhead for 30 years, and during that time operated his own freight vessel SS SCOTCHMAN, and wa...
469Auckland Industrial and Mining Exhibition   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
470Auckland Institute of Technology
Type: Polytechnic or university   Region active: Auckland
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  New Zealand herald 1994   Page [1] - Wonderful shipmate and teacher
Abstract:    Biography File: LITTLE, Michael Patrick
471Auckland Launch and Tow Boats
Type: Ferry company   Region active: Auckland
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  New Zealand Marine News 2000 Vol. 49 No. 2   Pages 90-95 - Nautical News: Fullers Group Auckland Ferries
Abstract:    A detailed history of the Auckland based Fullers Group with information on their ferries and the routes on which they operate.
472Auckland Launch and Towboat Company Limited
Type: Ship owner
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  New Zealand Marine News 1985 Vol. 35 No. 4   Pages 129-130 - Ship Shape - Work Boats
Abstract:    Photographs and details of 5 work boats, that are part of the scene in New Zealand ports.
473Auckland Local Steam Navigation Company
Type: Shipping company   Region active: Auckland
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  Steamers down the Firth 1966   Pages 1-44 - [Steamers Down the Firth - a Summary]
Abstract:    A Short History of the Trade from Auckland to Clevedon and Outports, and in particular, of the Clevedon Steam Navigation Company.
474Auckland Maritime Museum
Type: Ship owner
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  Bearings 1991 Vol. 3 No. 1   Pages 47-48 - The Collection: Restoration and Maintenance
Abstract:    Water-borne vessels in the small Museum fleet have had some essential maintenance.
475Auckland Maritime Museum
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
476Auckland Maritime Society
Type: Marine society   Region active: Auckland
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  New Zealand Marine News 1964 Vol. 16 No. 1   Page 8 - Captain Cook's Endeavour
Abstract:    Brief description of the talks given by Captain Allan Villiers to the Ship and Marine Society, and the Auckland Maritime Society, about a plan to build a replica of Captain Cook's ENDEAVOUR
477Auckland Maritime Society
Type: Marine society   Region active: Auckland
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  New Zealand Marine News 1965 Vol. 17 No. 2   Pages 44-45 - Mail barrel
Abstract:    Answers to queries from previous volumes: details of the FORT STIKINE, and the COUNTESS OF RANFURLY. Summaries of Wellington Branch meetins and Auckland Maritime Society meetings. Letter to the Edit...
478Auckland Maritime Society
Type: Marine society
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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 ...
479Auckland Motor Yacht Club
Type: Boating or yachting organisation   Region active: Auckland
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  Boating New Zealand 1999   Pages 51 - 52 - Vintage viewpoint : Tony Mason: His Marlins and Clippers, part three
Abstract:    Evolution of design continued and Mason boats were very succesful in racing. In 1973 he received the Industrial Design Award. The business was affected by the Boat Tax of 1980 and Tony diversified i...
480Auckland Museum
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
481Auckland Nautical School
Type: Polytechnic or university   Region active: Auckland
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  New Zealand herald 1994   Page [1] - Wonderful shipmate and teacher
Abstract:    Biography File: LITTLE, Michael Patrick
482Auckland Public Library   Region active: Auckland
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  Boating New Zealand 2000 No. 164   Pages 89 - 91 - Vintage viewpoint : Bailey and Lowe, their 35 - footers 1908 -14, part two
Abstract:    Continues the description of the production of launches by Bailey and Lowe up to the STERLING of January 1914.
483Auckland Rowing Club   Region active: Auckland
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  Auckland Weekly News 1917 - Personal paragraphs
Abstract:    Full text of short profile of Arthur Johnson who won a medal in 1917. He was a member of the Auckland Rowing Club before the war.
484Auckland Rowing Club   Region active: Auckland
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  Auckland Weekly News 1916 - Personal paragraphs
Abstract:    Full text of short obituary of Charles Dromgool who died in World War 1. He was a member of the Auckland Rowing Club before the war.
485Auckland Sailing Club
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...
486Auckland Star
Type: Publishers   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...
487Auckland Star
Type: Publishers   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...
488Auckland Star
Type: Publishers   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...
489Auckland Star
Type: Publishers   Region active: Auckland
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  Boating New Zealand 2001 No. 178   Pages 84 - 86 - Vintage Viewpoint. Logan Brothers - The South African connection Part 3 - James Reid
Abstract:    Title inaccurate. Content concerns Reid family only. Robert Reid came to New Zealand from Glasgow in 1865 with wife and children. Two of his sons, James Jnr and David, followed him into the boatbui...
490Auckland Star
Type: Publishers   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...
491Auckland Steam Navigation Company
Type: Ship owner
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  New Zealand's Maritime Heritage 1987   Pages 54-58 - Smoke on the Horizon
Abstract:    It was in the Victorian age that steam engines were refined to the point where a ship could go to sea without sails, relying solely on its engines. The first steamship to visit New Zealand was a wars...
492Auckland 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
493Auckland Tankers Limited
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.
494Auckland Tankers Limited
Type: Ship owner
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  New Zealand Ships Illustrated 1988-89   Pages 23-79 - Part 1 Commercial Service Vessels
495Auckland Timber Company Limited
Type: Shipbreakers
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  New Zealand Marine News 1964 Vol. 16 No. 2   Pages 61-63 - Port News: Auckland
Abstract:    News of recent shipping activities around the port of Auckland.
496Auckland War Memorial Museum
Type: Museum   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...
497Auckland Water Police   Region active: Auckland
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  Auckland Weekly News 1915 - Personal paragraphs
Abstract:    Full text of short obituary of Andrew Clark who was at one time in his police career in charge of the Auckland Water Police.
498Auckland Water Transport Co Ltd
Type: Towing company
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  New Zealand Marine News 1966 Vol. 18 No. 2   Page 62 - Port News: Mt Maunganui. Port Ohope
Abstract:    The tug MOHALA, with its barge H.T. B14-Honolulu, loaded 1000 tons of products from Caxton Paper Mills Ltd, Kawerau for Picton and Nelson. Details of tonnage, dimensions, propulsion, speed, crew, car...
499Auckland Water Transport Limited
Type: Ship owner
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  New Zealand Marine News 1964 Vol. 15 No. 4   Pages 11 - 15 - The name through the years . . XIX "RANGITOTO"
Abstract:    Article discusses the four vessels which over the years have borne the name RANGITOTO.
500Auckland Water Transport Limited
Type: Shipping company
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  New Zealand Marine News 1966 Vol. 18 No. 1   Page 28 - Port News: Nelson. Barge Traffic
Abstract:    An unusual arrival at Port Nelson in Feb 1966 was the tug MOHALA with the largest barge on the New Zealand coast.

 

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