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Source: New Zealand Marine News 1965 Volume 17 Number 2
|1||The Wellington Pilot Service|
A description of the Wellington pilot service including charting, navigation marks and signal stations, from 1826. Includes mention of tug services.
|2||Final 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.
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...
|4||A Veteran Sea Captain Passes On|
Obituary of Thomas Alexander Howard, 1880-1965.
|5||Piako River Memories|
Recollections of small coastal ships serving the Piako River area in the Firth of Thames.
|6||Wreck of FLYING MIST off Bluff [Untitled]|
One paragraph on wreck of the FLYING MIST off Bluff Harbour in 1862
Description of the life of the 1939 KARITANE of the Union Steam Ship Company of New Zealand.
|8||Wreck of the PRINCE ALBERT at Bluff 1862 [Untitled]|
One paragraph on the wreck of the brigantine PRINCE ALBERT at Bluff 17 December 1862.
|9||Wool 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.
|10||m.v. BERMUDA TRADER|
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...
|11||Port News: Marsden Point|
Details of the various tankers that have visited Marsden Point in recent times
|12||Port News: Auckland|
Shipping disasters, services, and new arrivals.
|13||Port 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...
|14||Port 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.