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jan botter



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maybe someone has information about the ship
· Date: Wed, 4 March 20 · Views: 220
· Filesize: 39.7kb, 264.5kb · Dimensions: 908 x 622 ·
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Keywords: Martigues
Source of Image, If not your own: Postcard
Location photo was taken: Martigues
Date photo was taken: unknown
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canberra97

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Registered: February 2006
Location: Southampton
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Wed, 4 March 20 17:15

Jan

I can't read the name of the ship but I think that she is entering the port of Martigues in the south of France at "Bouche-du-Rhone". It is not the ships name but the location in which it was taken.

I'm sure that someone on here will be able to identify the name of the ship.

Although there have been two small chemical tankers named MARTIGUES with the more recent of the two still in service.

Just out of curiousity where do you obtain your selection of photos from because it almost always appears that whenever you upload them to SN you seem have no knowledge of the actual ship. Just curious more than anything else.

Sean
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Cisco

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Wed, 4 March 20 17:16

Shell 'Haminea' pre 1964.... yellow funnel/red shell.
https://www.shipsnostalgia.com/galle...aminea/cat/503

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barnsey

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Registered: April 2007
Location: Westport. South Island. New Zealand
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Wed, 4 March 20 18:43

From the Oracle Shell man himself ..Mike Pryce.


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Shell’s HAMINEA passing outwards from Etang de Berre under lifting bridge, having worked cargo at Shell’s Berre refinery inside the lagoon. The outward canal came out past oil port of Lavera, and before Fos was built nearby.

This photo is from a postcard which I send out via internet some years ago. I joined my first Shell tanker, HIMA, at Berre in 1964.

It was actually a very good clear colour postcard!

Regards Mike


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jan botter
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Registered: January 2011
Location: Ostfriesland
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Thu, 5 March 20 03:46

Hi, Sean,
i am interested in all merchant ships from the time until about 1990. Here at SN i can find information about them that i could not find myself.
Some rarities can be found on old postcards as chance finds unfortunately often without further descriptions.
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