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  1. Canterbury

    A product of Denny, Dumbarton in 1929 she was built for the prestigious Golden Arrow service with luxury accommodation that apparently included a Palm Court. 3,100 gross tons, 341 foot x 45 foot with a service speed of 21 knots In this rare view she is seen leaving Newhaven when her sailing was tr
  2. CANTERBURY

    Lyttelton 8/2008. South African Fishing vessel Rossmar in background. During July / August 2008 I was agent for this vessel. She has just returned to port after post drydocking trials. What is not obvious is the paintwork on the port side has just been was damaged 1 day after completion when the
  3. Canterbury

    The much maligned HMNZ Canterbury docked at the Garden Island Naval Base after participating with ships of the Australian Navy in a naval exercise.
  4. HMNZS Canterbury

    Fuelling astern from RFA Plumleaf. Indian Ocean. Feb 1983
  5. Canterbury

    CANTERBURY 1874 Three masted, iron ship built by Robert Duncan in 1874 for the Albion Line. 1,308 grt, 239.8ft x 36ft x 20.7ft (73,09m x 10,97m x 6.31m) She entered service in 1874 and was transferred to Shaw Savill et Albion on formation of the company in 1882. She made twenty-two voyages out to Ne
  6. HMNZS Canterbury

    At Mombasa. Jan 1983
  7. HMNZS Canterbury & HMNZS Endeavour

    Rafted up off Whangaparaoa Nov 16th
  8. CANTERBURY

    Station Pier, Melbourne
  9. CANTERBURY

    Station Pier, Melbourne
  10. CANTERBURY

    Station Pier, Melbourne
  11. CANTERBURY

    Station Pier, Melbourne
  12. CANTERBURY

    New Zealand Multi-Role vessel
  13. CANTERBURY

    New Zealand Multi-Role vessel
  14. CANTERBURY

    New Zealand Multi-Role vessel
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