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  1. ARGENTINA

    ARGENTINA

    Passenger-/cargo ship ARGENTINA of 1907, home port Trieste. GRT 5526. Yard: Russell, Port Glasgow. Scrapped 1960. Technical details and history here: https://www.clydeships.co.uk/view.php?year_built=&builder=&ref=16340&vessel=ARGENTINA
  2. Approaching Buenos Aires docks in 1905

    Histories
    Hi, I'm trying to get a sense of the approach to Buenos Aires docks in a Royal Mail Steam Packet liner such as RMS Magdalena (5372 GRT) in 1905. Would the master take on a pilot - if so, how early? Presumably he'd need two or three tugs too? How did the tugs and bridge signal to each other...
  3. Argentina

    Argentina

    Argentina, in Rio de Janeiro.
  4. Argentina

    Argentina

    Moore-McCormack Lines Built 1958 by Ingalls Shipbuilding Corp. 14,984 gross tons, 617 foot x 84 foot beam Speed : @ 21 knots
  5. Astarsa - ship building

    Astarsa - ship building

    Astarsa ship building plant on the Lujan River, Argentina.
  6. Argentina

    Argentina

    Moore McCormack Lines Built 1929 at Newport News 20,700 gross tons, 613 foot x 80 foot beam, speed @ 18 knots ex: Pennsylvania
  7. Argentina

    Argentina

    Moore McCormack Line Alongside I believe in Antwerp during a cruise to European ports
  8. Enchanted Isle

    Enchanted Isle

    At anchor off Cabo San Lucas. Many criticisms have been levelled at this ship and her sister but I loved them, faults and all. But then I have a weakness for American liners!
  9. Argentina

    Argentina

    Painting by Albert Brenet for Moran Towing. Originally published as front and back cover for Towline Magazine, later published as a print by Moran Towing.
  10. Argentina

    Argentina

  11. Argentina

    Argentina

    Argentina
  12. Argentina

    Argentina

    Argentina
  13. Pesquera III,

    Pesquera III,

    Artist Nicasio Diaz Llanos aquarel of the loss of Pesquera III http://www.histarmar.com.ar/Pinturas/DiazLlanosNicasio.htm
  14. Junella, The End

    Junella, The End

    Buil in 1975 en el astillero Clelands Shipbuilding Co. Ltd., de Wallsend, para John Marr & Sons de Hull. Here on the beach of San Antonie Oeste, Rio Negro, Argentina, 1999
  15. ARGENTINA

    ARGENTINA

    Sister to BRASIL for Moore-McCormack Lines, by Ingalls, Pascagoula, MS, 1958, the last ocean liner built in the US. Faux stack housed an observation lounge.
  16. Argentina

    Argentina

    1950's? I dont know. Got this picture years ago. Best regards everybody.
  17. Abandoned Wrecks, La Boca, Buenos Aires

    Abandoned Wrecks, La Boca, Buenos Aires

    Darn things are lying all over the place, small freighters, hydrofoils and trawlers.
  18. Abandoned Wrecks, La Boca, Buenos Aires

    Abandoned Wrecks, La Boca, Buenos Aires

    Darn things are lying all over the place, small freighters, hydrofoils and trawlers.
  19. Argentina

    Argentina

    Model of the Johnson Line´s M/S Argentina in scale 1/50 on display in the Swedish Seafaring Museum in Stockholm.From a book in my collection dated to 1941.
  20. Argentina

    Argentina

    Model of the Johnson Line´s M/S Argentina in scale 1/50 on display in the Swedish Seafaring Museum in Stockholm. From a book in my collection dated to 1941.
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