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  1. Crusader

    Crusader

    Crusader - Built 1865 - Scrapped 1910, all I have on her Tony W
  2. Crusader

    Crusader

  3. Crusader

    Crusader

    Looks to have completed conversion from fishing boat to dive support vessel. See: http://www.shipsnostalgia.com/gallery/showphoto.php/photo/115455/title/crusaderfrom-burray/cat/518
  4. CRUSADER   KY 995

    CRUSADER KY 995

  5. Crusader at Napier

    Crusader at Napier

    Photo given to me by schoolfriend in the 1960's. Crusader Built: 1958 Tonnage: 3,435grt Owners: Crusader Shipping Co 1958: Built as: Edith Thorden, acquired on the stocks Crusader (1958-72), Rentoneverett(1972-83), Scrapped 1983.
  6. Crusader

    Crusader

    Postcard acquired in the 1960's. Crusader Built: 1958 Tonnage: 3,435grt Owners: Crusader Shipping Co 1958: Built as: Edith Thorden, acquired on the stocks Crusader (1958-72), Rentoneverett(1972-83), Scrapped 1983.
  7. Crusader

    Crusader

    Dive boat Crusader getting some changes done at Kirkwall ,20/5/08.
  8. crusader bck 16

    crusader bck 16

    lying in macduff harbour around 1996
  9. Crusader

    Crusader

    The iron ship Crusader was built in 1865 at Glasgow by Charles Connell and Co, for J Lidgett a Sons London and in 1870 they sold her to Shaw Savill and Co, in 1898 she passed into Norwegian ownership and she was broken up at Dortrecht in 1910. Is that a Thames barge that is tied up along side her?
  10. MV CRUSADER

    MV CRUSADER

    Not sure if it is Crusader Shpg Co.
  11. M.V. CRUSADER

    M.V. CRUSADER

    Crusader Shipping's Crusader built 1958, 3435 gross. Ran for this company between NZ and Japan, and NZ to Hawaii/US Pacific Coast. Had an identical sister SARACEN which from 1972 to 1975 was renamed LANGSTONE and sailed under the Shaw Savill flag. See more of my photos of Langstone in the Gallery.
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