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  1. MAID OF ORLEANS and QUEEN OF THE CHANNEL

    Two well-known vessels together in the harbour of Boulogne.
  2. MAID OF KENT

    Maid of Kent, seen from an unusual point of view, entering astern the harbour of Boulogne
  3. BOULOGNE-SUR-MER

    Here is a lot to see (and to identify!). According to the text it concerns the liners to Folkestone, London and Goole. But who is who?
  4. Dutch Seiners in Boulogne

    The Urk, Dutch flagged seiners Cornelis Trijntje and Teunis van Aatje in Boulogne for the weekend layover Friday 4th March 2011.
  5. More Dutch Seiners in Boulogne

    The Dutch flagged seiners Ursa Minor and Johannes in Boulogne for the weekend layover Friday 4th March 2011. Next to Ursa Minor is a crew coach with all mod cons for the trip to Holland. Futher up the quay, not in this picture, is a very large seine rope replenishment truck rig.
  6. Dutch Seiners in Boulogne

    The Dutch flagged seiners Nova Cura, Stella Polaris, and Simplon in Boulogne for the weekend layover Friday 4th March 2011. Simplon was built in France as a trawler for Armement Dhellemes of Concarneau and operated of the Scottish West Coast. Recently converted for fly seining with a total hull-up
  7. Dutch Seiners Boulogne

    The Dutch flagged seiners Stella Polaris, and Simplon in Boulogne for the weekend layover Friday 4th March 2011. Simplon was built in France as a trawler for Armement Dhellemes of Concarneau and operated of the Scottish West Coast. Recently converted for fly seining with a total hull-up rebuild, sh
  8. Hendrika Jacoba GY127

    The English flagged Dutch seiner Hendrika Jacoba GY127 in Boulogne for the weekend layover Friday 4th March 2011. Built by Maaskant as a beamer for the De Boer family, I believe she was the largest beamer in the world when built. Recently converted for fly seining with net drums forward of the whee
  9. Hendrika Jacoba GY127

    The English flagged Dutch seiner Hendrika Jacoba GY127 in Boulogne for the weekend layover Friday 4th March 2011. Built by Maaskant as a beamer for the De Boer family, I believe she was the largest beamer in the world when built. Recently converted for fly seining with net drums forward of the whee
  10. Boulogne

    Boulogne April 1981. Any offers as to the ferry?
  11. Almeda Star(ex Almeda)1927

    Bought at Antique shop, Devonport(NZ). A J.Salmon series postcard, printed between 1927-29, as she did not become Almeda Star until 1929. Almeda Star Built: 1927 Cammell, Laird and Co, Birkenhead Tonnage: 12,838grt Owners: Blue Star Line 1927: Inaugurated BSL's London-S.America passenger serv
  12. Euronor's Cap Nord at Boulogne BL 734690

    Another view of Euronor's Cap Nord alongside in Boulogne on 23/2/07. Built in 1988 in Norway for Le Garrec.
  13. Euronor's Cap Nord at Boulogne BL 734690

    The freezer Cap Nord alongside between trips in the Bassin Loubet, Boulogne. Built in 1988 in Norway for Le Garrec & Cie and of 54.30 metre loa.
  14. Ifremer's Thalassa

    Alongside in The Bassin Loubet, Boulogne on 23/2/07 Ifremer's Thalassa.
  15. Fishery Research Ship Thalassa

    Ifremer's mighty Thalassa alongside in the Bassin Loubet Boulogne on 24/2/07. In front of her is Euronor's freezer Cap Nord, originally built for Le Garrec & Cie in Norway in 1988.
  16. Jonathan BL 716578 Boulogne

    The Boulogne/ Etaples trawler Jonathan lying in the Bassin Loubet on 27/11/07. She was built by local yard Socarenam in Boulogne in 1988.
  17. Tigers II

    Tigers II at Boulogne on 28/11/07 after landing a shot of herring. Much of the herring landed that day was consigned by truck to Denmark.
  18. Andre Leduc BL 924680

    In the Bassin Loubet Boulogne on Tuesday 27th November 2007 awaiting another trip.
  19. Andre Leduc BL 924680

    Alongside in the Bassin Loubet at Boulogne on Tuesday 27/11/07 the Euronor fresher Andre Leduc built in 2003 for Nord Pecheries fitting out for another trip.
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