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  1. KENT

    KENT

    KENT was built in 1948 by Richards Ironworks of Lowestoft for J. P. Knight, Rochester. KENT began her life on the Medway berthing ships in the Port of Rochester and Sheerness. When the BP Refinery opened at the Isle of Grain it was the Kent who assisted the first British Tanker onto the berth. For f
  2. KENT

    KENT

    KENT was built in 1948 by Richards Ironworks of Lowestoft for J. P. Knight, Rochester. KENT began her life on the Medway berthing ships in the Port of Rochester and Sheerness. When the BP Refinery opened at the Isle of Grain it was the Kent who assisted the first British Tanker onto the berth. For f
  3. Pride of Kent

    Pride of Kent

    Pride of Kent taken out of service 2003. again taken on my Nikkon SLR Previous names Spirit of Free Enterprise (1979-1987) Pride of Kent (1987-1999) P&OSL Kent (1999-2002) PO Kent (2002-2003) Anthi Marina (2003-2011)
  4. Motor Vessel Aridity-(ON.162607)-(F.T.Everard and Sons Ltd) at Whitstable-1

    Motor Vessel Aridity-(ON.162607)-(F.T.Everard and Sons Ltd) at Whitstable-1

    General Cargo Motor Vessel Aridity, launched 1931, to Yard Number 330, by J.H. Fellows and Company Limited, Great Yarmouth, and completed and delivered, July 1931, to F.T. Everard and Sons Limited, Greenhithe; Gross Registered Tonnage: 336, Net Registered Tonnage: 172, Dead Weight Tonnage: 366; 39.6
  5. Kent

    Kent

    Merchants & Miners Transportation Co Built 1918 by Cramp Shipbuilding 4,800 gross tons, speed @ 14 knots Employed on Miami to Bahamas service
  6. Kent

    Kent

    British tanker KENT, imo 5185312/ 31.763gt/ 16kn; 15/12/1960 completed by John Brown & Co., Clydebank; for Federal Steam Navigation Co., Ltd., London; 1968 LESLIE CONWAY, Commercial Tankers Inc., Monrovia; 1971 OSWEGO MERCHANT, Oswego Merchant Corporation, Monrovia; 30/01/1976 arrived Kaohsiung
  7. H.M.S. York, Kent, Dragon and Dautless

    H.M.S. York, Kent, Dragon and Dautless

    H.M.S. York, Kent, Dragon and Dautless in Portsmouth Harbour yesterday. Looking a bit fuller now
  8. Ark Royal

    Ark Royal

    HMS Ark Royal photographed at Portsmouth on the 19 May 1988, with the then static training vessel HMS Kent in the background
  9. Aerial view of Hoverlloyd hovercraft at Pegwell Bay

    Aerial view of Hoverlloyd hovercraft at Pegwell Bay

    As a teenager, I remember a pretty rough crossing to Calais on one of these! I took this photograph from a Bristow Search and Rescue (SAR) helicopter, based at R.A.F. Manston, Kent with my father as duty SAR pilot that day.
  10. South Goodwin lightship

    South Goodwin lightship

    The photograph was taken from a Bristow Search and Rescue (SAR) helicopter, based at R.A.F. Manston, Kent.
  11. M.V. Neni aground

    M.V. Neni aground

    The photograph was taken from a Bristow Search and Rescue (SAR) helicopter, based at R.A.F. Manston, Kent.
  12. Kent

    Kent

  13. Kent

    Kent

    Wellington Harbour 14/02/2010 IMO: 7627950. Built 1977 Ishikawajima Ship Builders, Tokyo, Japan. Tons DWT: 3410. Ex: Admiral Caribe, 1977 - Admiral Nigeria, 1979 - Admiral Caribe, 1982 - Saint Remy, 1986 - Duke Of Anglia, 1990 - Maersk Anglia, 2000 - Maersk Kent, 2001 - Kent, 2010 - Ken.
  14. HMS Kent

    HMS Kent

    HMS Kent breaking away from RFA Resurgent after successful Seaslug transfer trials, Far East 1964
  15. KENT

    KENT

    26 June 1977 at Spithead for the Jubilee Review which took place on the 28th June. The ships astern of Kent in the review line , as shown in the official program, are as follows: FIFE, GLAMORGAN, TIGER, FEARLESS, HERMES, ARK ROYAL. Kent, the lead vessel in the photo, is the only one I can make out
  16. Kent

    Kent

    The ro-ro vessel Kent in the port of Wellington, New Zealand, on 13 March 2007.
  17. Kent

    Kent

    KENT 1948 121 tgr J.P.Knight Taken at Chatham dock 12-6-96 From own neg.
  18. Kent

    Kent

    31763gt 759ft 1960: Delivered to Federal by John Brown. 1966: transferred to Federal Tankers Ltd (Trident Tankers Managers). 1968: Sold to Commercial Tankers Ltd, Monrovia, renamed Leslie Conway. 1971: Sold to Oswego Merchant Corp., Monrovia. 1976: Demolished at Kaohsiung. NZS/Federal made an ill-t
  19. Kent arriving Wellington

    Kent arriving Wellington

    Kent arriving Wellington, December 2004. Quite a career since being built in 1977. Kent Built: 1977 Ishikawajima, Tokyo Tonnage: 6,862gt Owners: Strait Shipping Co 1977: Built as Admiral Caribe for Admiral Sg Services, Oslo 1977: Admiral Nigeria 1979: Admiral Caribe 1982: Saint Remy (Soc. Nationale
  20. Kent

    Kent

    Kent in Rotterdam 26-05-06
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