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  1. Abel Tasman

    Abel Tasman

    Outward bound at Tilbury Ness in 1975, Nedlloyd's Abel Tasman shows attempts at styling absent from subesequent designs. Built 1971 she was 27,614 gr tons.
  2. Abel Tasman

    Abel Tasman

    Abel Tasman Passenger and Vehicle Ferry across Bass Straight from Melbourne Victoria to Devonport Tasmania. In service from 1985 to 1994 Capacity: 1,800 passengers 470 vehicles.
  3. ABEL TASMAN

    ABEL TASMAN

    ABEL TASMAN – Australian flagged car/ passenger ferry, built Rendsburg, West Germany 1975 as the NILS HOLGERSSON (3), IMO 7362108. Seen here about to load passenger vehicles through her open bow doors whilst alongside Station Pier in Port Melbourne. Pic taken …… 2/10/1987
  4. ABEL TASMAN

    ABEL TASMAN

    ABEL TASMAN – Australian flagged car/ passenger ferry, built Rendsburg, West Germany 1975 as the NILS HOLGERSSON (3), IMO 7362108. Shown here alongside the new improved ferry terminal at East Devonport, Tasmania. Resplendent flying all her bunting following her arrival from Germany and about to co
  5. Abel Tasman

    Abel Tasman

    From a postcard issued by the company
  6. Abel Tasman

    Abel Tasman

    H. C. Sleigh's trans-Tasman trader "Abel Tasman" at Napier.
  7. Abel Tasman

    Abel Tasman

  8. Abel Tasman

    Abel Tasman

    IMO: 7362108 The former Bass Strait Ferry Abel Tasman now knownas Thefilos and employed by Nel Lines seen here approaching Sullivans cove near Hobart, Tasmania, Australia on a rare visit to Hobart. The ship normaly operated between Devonport in Northern Tasmania and Melbourne on the Tasmanian Main
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