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  1. A figurehead Rijeka Croatia

    The Maritime and History Museum of the Croatian Littoral 3098 Muz A figurehead 2014 S 2305 PomMuRi_03rt 2dio
  2. A figurehead Rijeka Croatia

    3098 Muz A figurehead is a carved wooden decoration found at the prow of ships largely made between the 16th and 19th centuries. The Maritime and History Museum of the Croatian Littoral Rijeka Croatia
  3. unknown

    unknown ship from "3.maj" Rijeka, Croatia, then Yugoslavia
  4. Hvar Grad

    The ferry Istra enters the fine natural harbor of Hvar Grad to join the yachts and cruise boats.. Once a Venetian base, it is now a fashionable resort. The Istra, formerly Balkanija, built as Mette Mols in 1966 by Aalborg Vaerft A/S, Ålborg, Denmark, was recently sold to Turkey for scrap. She...
  5. Tin Ujevic

    Trucks rolling off the Brac ferry, Tin Ujevic, in the old harbor of Split. Ferried commercial vehicles are the economic life line for the many islands along the Dalmatian coast. IMO 8974207 Built: 2002 Builder: Kenelos Brothers, Perama, Greece Length: 98,93 m Breadth: 17,0 m Draft: 3,1 m...
  6. Ilok

    Jadrolinija ferries come in all sizes. Takovo (Jadrolinija: 1957-1991) Ilok (Jadrolinija: 1991- )  347 gt - 44.7 m long - 671 kW - 13.5 knots - 450 passengers  Takovo was built by Brodogradiliste i Tvornicadizel motora, Uljanik, Pula, in 1957.
  7. Dubrovnik

    Looking out through the entrance to the Old City's harbor. At the far left you can see a bit of the wall of the Fort of St. John which once defended the harbor entrance.
  8. Dubrovnik

    The Old City harbor. The building on the left is the ****nale where galleys were once built. The harbor is now used mainly for tour boats, pleasure craft, and a few fishing boats.
  9. Bobovisca

    Bobovisca-na-moru and just plain Bobovisca (up on the hill) on the island of Brac. . Mostly just pleasure boats here now in the summer. In the 19th century, my father's family used to ship wine from here in coastal sailing vessels.
  10. Split

    The Blue Line's ferry, Split 1700, was on the Split-Ancona run from 2003 to 2010.
  11. Supetar, Brac

    Supetar is the largest town on the island of Brac. The 50 minute run from Split and back is made 9 to 12 times a day. The Jadrolinija car/passenger ferry docks at the breakwater on the left.
  12. Gruz

    The harbor at Gruz, Croatia is the working port for the city of Dubrovnik. This is a shot of the marina and the Jadrolinija ferry dock. The ferry is the M/F Bartol Kasic. It can carry 500 passengers, 54 cars, and top speed is 13 knots.
  13. Split

    Entering the harbor at Split, Croatia, May, 2004.
  14. Pula/Pola

    A photo of the waterfront at Pula (formerly Pola), Croatia. The sailing vessels are Trabaccalo(IT), or Trabakul(HR), coastal traders in the Adriatic. This photo was brought back by my father from a trip to Europe in 1931. That is the Roman arena in the background.
  15. Jadro

    IMO: 6813370, MMSI: 238018000 Croatian vessel at Bar,Montenegro. Year of built:1968.
  16. Rijeka

    Celebration of the Yugoslav Navy, at Rijeka,Croatia, Yugoslavia, 1960s.
  17. Rijeka

    Rijeka, Croatia, Yugoslavia, 1964.
  18. Pupnat

    Shipyard Pupnat, Croatia, Yugoslavia, 1950s.
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