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  1. ALENTEJENSE foward saloon

    ALENTEJENSE's forward lower saloon. Wooden benches much more confortable than many new hi-tech seats that features many of the modern means of transportation... Gotta love this old design. Unfortunately, they don't build them as they used to any more... Photo - September 5th 2007 Name -...
  2. ALENTEJENSE's after saloon

    ALENTEJENSE's after upper saloon. More wooden benches... The lower saloon below this one is barred to passengers. Photo - September 5th 2007 Name - ALENTEJENSE Owner - Transtejo Built - 1957 at ENVC [Viana do Castelo, Portugal]. Oficial nb - LX-2822-TL GT - 355 t NT - 178 t DWT - 82 t...
  3. ALENTEJENSE's after saloon

    Photo - September 5th 2007 Name - ALENTEJENSE Owner - Transtejo Built - 1957 at ENVC [Viana do Castelo, Portugal]. Oficial nb - LX-2822-TL GT - 355 t NT - 178 t DWT - 82 t LOA - 38.54 m Beam - 8.15 m Depth - 2.56 m Draught - 1.60 m Speed - 10 knots Engine - 1 Diesel MTU 495 HP...
  4. ALENTEJENSE

    Berthed to waht's left of the old MONTE DA CAPARICA, now a pier in Cacilhas. She was bought by Parry and Son shipyard and transformed into a floating pier. When they broke, she was, again, bought by Transtejo, late in 1989 and still a pier. Here's an old photo of her, by Paul Strathdee. Name...
  5. ALENTEJENSE

    Name - ALENTEJENSE Owner - Transtejo Built - 1957 at ENVC [Viana do Castelo, Portugal]. Oficial nb - LX-2822-TL GT - 355 t NT - 178 t DWT - 82 t LOA - 38.54 m Beam - 8.15 m Depth - 2.56 m Draught - 1.60 m Speed - 10 knots Engine - 1 Diesel MTU 495 HP. Capacity - 462 pax + cars...
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