Jupiter, in Stavanger I believe. She shall have lived a double life, as Jupiter on the Bergen Newcastle run in summer and as Black Watch between the Canaries and Europe in winter. Built in 1966 for both Fred Olsen and Det Bergenske Dampskipsselskap.
George Finch in front of Jupiter. My grandparents and mother took a canal boat trip through countryside in England. From Gran's journal: We have cabins 1, 2, and 3. The beds are fore & aft. Sybils bunk is high and is over my feet, then Pops feet are under hers.
We each have running hot and
JUPITER - Originally a trawler built in Lowestoft, England in 1972. IMO 7113002.
Recently sold by CSIRO (who have operated her since 1988 as a scientific research vessel named SOUTHERN SURVEYOR)
Bought by Dubai based company RTSS Maritime Services in Feb. 2014 for $271,000 (Aust.) and has had over
HMS Jupiter at Devonport taken around 74-76 at the time Prince Charles was serving onboard, hence the MOD police issuing spoof warnings about wash damage that might upset HRH to any vessels that got too close!
Bulwark in dry dock in the back ground.
Portuguese tug JUPITER, imo 1135686/ 36m/ 123gt/__kn; 1915 completed by J. Constant Kievits & Co., Dordrecht, as FOREMOST III for R.E.V. Jaags, Ltd.,___; 1920 JUPITER, purchased by Booth Steamship Co, Ltd, Booth Line, Liverpool, on behalf of Empresa de Transportes Fluviais e Maritimos, Lda, mgrs. Ga