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  1. AUGUSTUS

    Italian liner AUGUSTUS of 1952. Comprehensive information here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MS_Augustus_(1950)
  2. NAV, M.V. Flintlock-(6122473)-(R.F.A.)-Fort Augustus Locks Caledonian Canal

    The Miramar Ship Index gives this vessel, IMO Number: 6122473. -? I have only been able to gather a rather limited amount of information concerning this vessel, but what I have learned is detailed below:- Royal Fleet Auxiliary, Naval Armament Vessel, Motor Vessel Flintlock, ordered by The Admiralt
  3. Philippines

    The former Italia liner Augustus did not have long at her Manila berth after I saw her. How lucky I was to have managed to have seen her and spend some time aboard her. It is a great sadness that after so many years in a static role she could not be spared from the scrap yards.
  4. CABO SAN VICENTE and AUGUSTUS

    Two real beauties! Ybarra Line's CABO SAN VICENTE and Italian Line's AUGUSTUS, together at Genoa on a stormy spring evening in 1972.
  5. Augustus

    TSS Augustus at the terminal in Naples.
  6. Bring out the Kodaks!

    Onboard the Augustus, mid-Atlantic in May 1930, the passengers get a chance to snap someting very rare: a fully rigged trader, Grace Harwar, the last of her kind. (Note: she was the last full rigged trader, not the last engineless full-rigger, the Norwegian school ship Sørlandet beat her by lots of
  7. Augustus

    Augustus, 1952/27.090 grt. Lisbon, June 1971
  8. AUGUSTUS

    AUGUSTUS Sister of Guilio Cesare. Built 1952 for ITALIA S.p,A.di Navigazione. T 27,090g, 14,608n. 1951 Nov 19: Launched. 1952 Mar 4: Maiden voyage Genoa-River Plate. 1957 Jan: Plaeed on the Genoa-New York serviee. 1961 Oet: Reverted to the South Ameriean route. 1976 Jan 15: Laid up at Naples. Sept:
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