Norwegian cargo ship ATLANTIS of 1900, ex BOLIVIANA, ex LUGANO, ex BOLIVIANA. Built by Furness, Withy & Co Ltd., Middleton. GRT 4738. Final fate: Stranded 1930. Details here: http://www.teesbuiltships.co.uk/view.php?year_built=&builder=&ref=165036&vessel=BOLIVIANA
Rare photo of ATLANTIS in her Red Cross livery arriving at Amsterdam with ill repatriates from the Dutch East Indies who were transported to Southampton by hospital ship ORANJE and there taken over by the Atlantis for the final stage to Amsterdam.
History of the ship here: http://www.shipsnostalgia
British cruising ship ATLANTIS, imo 1135497/ 180m/ 15.620gt/ triple screw/ 17kn/ Pax: 380 1st, 250 2nd, 700 3rd class; 08/05/1913 by Harland & Wolff, Belfast, for Royal Mail Steam Packet Co, Ltd, Liverpool, as RMSP ANDES; 26/09/1913 started her maiden voyage for Pacific Steam Navigation Co, Live
Chandris Line's RHMS (Royal Hellenic Mail Ship) Atlantis at Port Everglades. She sailed for a number of lines with a plethora of name changes - not to mention all the refits and rebuilds. Can you name them all?
From a scrapbook of mainly passenger liners. Date on the back says 'July, 1950'--don't know where this was taken.
Built: 1913 Harland and Wolff, Belfast
Owners: Royal Mail Lines
1913: Intended for PSNC, but transferred to Royal Mail on the stocks
1952: Broken up at Faslan