Inch Arran, former Razade at Trois-Pistole Quebec, operated at Dalhousie, N.B. and Miquasha, Quebec, Canada between 19667 and 1981. I was captain of this ferry for three years between 1979 and 1981. She was then sold to the Newfoundland government and ran at Bay Islands for twenty years.
Again, Kestrel is in trouble.
With no where for her to go she might be sunk.
Kestrel must have a curse first the sinking next this and I swear a few years ago she was going to be sunk.
Sad when people can rebuild...
This was sent to me from a friend of wanted it used online on one of my sites. This is the ill fated jetfoil that 'tried' to run a service from Liverpool to Dublin. It was a failure because the sea threw it about and passengers were subjected to bouncing about. I think the date was late 60s but at p
Passenger-vehicle, Motor Ferry Stavenes, launched, 1904, as the Passenger Ferry, Steam Ship Stavenes, to yard number 126, by Bergens Mekaniske Verksted, (BMV), Solheimsviken, Norway, and completed and delivered, September 1904, to Nordre Bergenhus Amts Dampskibe, Bergen, Norway; Gross Registered Ton
1925 completed by H.C.Stülcken Sohn, Hamburg
for HADAG, Hamburg
1.294GRT, 760bhp total, 2 oil engines 4SA 6Cy. MAN, 2 screws, 12kn, 3.000 passengers max as a port ferry, 1.750 passengers for Hamburg to Cuxhaven service.
1967 collided with sw. SANTOS
1967 it. ISOLA DI CAPRI
1927 completed by Werft Nobiskrug GmbH, Rendsburg
Owners: Deutsche Bundesbahn Bundesbahndirektion Hamburg
338GRT, 213tdw, 2 oil engines MaK 240bhp each, 2 screws, 700 passengers max.
She was operating from Grossenbrode to Fehmarnsund (Island of Fehmarn), a distance of 1