The ship to the left is Fred Olsen's BRETAGNE of 1937 and I feel that the black funnel on the right belongs to a steamship owned by the same company.
Call sign: LJKY
Class: DNV 1A1
Shipping company: Fred Olsen, Kristiania / Oslo
Home port: Oslo
In the night of 1 to 2 March 1933 a serious collision took place on the New Waterway near Hoek van Holland. The outgoing Danish motor vessel "Bretagne" collided with the English S.S. Redsea at the Berghaven. Because of this collision, the "Bretagne" was grounded half way the Nort
The Norwegian motor vessel Bretagne seen here shortly after her completion in 1937, apparently after being taken into service by the Olsen Company.
The Bretagne (3284 grt / 1960 nrt / 2679 tdw) was ordered in 1936 as a combined passenger-cargo vessel and completed in April 1937 by the Akers Mek. Ve
Greek Pass/cargo liner BRETAGNE, imo 5053567/ 177m/ 16.355gt/ 18kn/ 1.050 touristic; 02/1952 completed by Atelier et Chantier de La Loire (Penhoet), St. Nazaire, as BRETAGNE for Sté Generale de Transports Maritimes à Vapeur, Marseilles; 1961 BRETAGNE, Europe Australia Line SA, Chandris Group, Piraeu
Brittany Ferries Bretagne leaving Poole this morning. This was her first visit to Poole, as she is replacing the Barfleur which is currently being repaired at Brest. Bretagne is being called the largest vessel to enter Poole, her draft, tonnage and width exceed the Barfleur, although Barfleur is lon