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Source:    New Zealand Marine News 1965 Volume 17 Number 2
1The Wellington Pilot Service
A description of the Wellington pilot service including charting, navigation marks and signal stations, from 1826. Includes mention of tug services.
2Final Sailing - Departure of m.v. PORT CHALMERS
A description of the m.v. PORT CHALMERS, details of its wartime experiences, and a brief history of the vessel.
3Mail barrel
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...
4A Veteran Sea Captain Passes On
Obituary of Thomas Alexander Howard, 1880-1965.
5Piako River Memories
Recollections of small coastal ships serving the Piako River area in the Firth of Thames.
6Wreck of FLYING MIST off Bluff [Untitled]
One paragraph on wreck of the FLYING MIST off Bluff Harbour in 1862
7Sold! m.v.KARITANE
Description of the life of the 1939 KARITANE of the Union Steam Ship Company of New Zealand.
8Wreck of the PRINCE ALBERT at Bluff 1862 [Untitled]
One paragraph on the wreck of the brigantine PRINCE ALBERT at Bluff 17 December 1862.
9Wool Fleets 1864 and 1865
Ships which carried wool from New Zealand to England in 1864 and 1865 with a detailed list of departure and arrival dates.
Details of the ship, which was built as a heavy lift ship during World War II and then in the 1950s was calling New Zealand for logs. Article goes into detail of the design, dimensions and history of...
11Port News: Marsden Point
Details of the various tankers that have visited Marsden Point in recent times
12Port News: Auckland
Shipping disasters, services, and new arrivals.
13Port News: Wellington
Trade trends, record number of vessesl in port, Glasgow Wharf Reconstruction begins, some recent arrivals and "British Holly". 8 Aug 1965 saw 14 overseas, 5 intercolonial and 13 coastal vessels in po...
14Port News: Lyttelton
The new terminal for the new inter-island roll-on, roll-off is progressing in Lyttelton. The article goes on to give details of recent arrivals at the port.

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