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Ships around the World
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Ships around the World

...in simple alphabetical order of their name (or apparent area if I can't read the name).

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'A'


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'B'


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'C'



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'D'


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'E'

'Earnslaw' on Lake Wakatipu, New Zealand

The TSS Earnslaw is a twin screw steamer sailing on Lake Wakatipu in New Zealand. It is the only remaining commercial passenger-carrying coal-fired steamship in the southern hemisphere. It was built in 1911 byJohn McGregor & Co of Dunedin, then dismantled, taken by train in pieces to Kingston, rebuilt and launched in 1912. She is still steaming on the lake over 100 years later.


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'F'


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'G'



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'H'

'Hikitia' - Wellington's Crane Ship

'Hikitia' was built in Paisley, Scotland by Fleming and Ferguson in 1926 with the crane provided by Sir William Arroll & Co of Glasgow. She took 82 days to travel from Glasgow to Wellington vai the Panama Canal. in 1990 she was sold by the Wellington Port Co for preservation and is currently owned by Wellington's Maritime Heritage Trust. She is in full working order and still used as an operational crane ship.


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'I'


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'J'


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'K'


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'L'



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'M'


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'N'


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O'


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'P'



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'R'


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'S'


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'T'

The wreck of the 'Telamon', Lanzarote

The 'Telamon' was built as the 'Temple Hall' in Dundee in 1954. After a varied career she was travelling to Greece in 1981 but delevoped a serious leak off Lanzarote. The harbour was too small to use safely so she was grounded just outside. The cargo of logs and fuel were removed but her back broke and she was still there in 2018 though there are plans to dismantle her.


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'U'


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'V'


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'W'


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'Z'


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