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  1. Mataura

    Mataura

    Later New Zealand Line ships may have provided breaks with tradition both in profile and colour but to my mind they were successful on both fronts. Here the Mataura is berthed at the traditional Royal Albert Dock sheds in London in 1971. Built 1968 she was 9,504 gr tons.
  2. Mataura

    Mataura

    MATAURA
  3. MACEDONIAN REEFER

    MACEDONIAN REEFER

    Napier 1982 I was amazed at the condition of the ship when I went onboard, no doubt she was well maintained due to being on charter to her former owners Lauritzen Peninsular Reefers. Built 1968 for P and O as Mataura 1977 to Federal SN and renamed Wild Mallard 1981 sold and renamed Macedonian Reef
  4. MACEDONIAN REEFER

    MACEDONIAN REEFER

    Napier 1982 I was amazed at the condition of the ship when I went onboard, no doubt she was well maintained due to being on charter to her former owners Lauritzen Peninsular Reefers. Built 1968 for P and O as Mataura 1977 to Federal SN and renamed Wild Mallard 1981 sold and renamed Macedonian Reef
  5. MACEDONIAN REEFER ex MATAURA

    MACEDONIAN REEFER ex MATAURA

    Europe 1985 Built 1968 for P and O as Mataura 1977 to Federal SN and renamed Wild Mallard 1981 sold and renamed Macedonian Reefer. 1987 Maracaibo Reefer. 1988 Bolero Reefer 1996 Corrado 1 1998 broken up Alang
  6. MATAURA

    MATAURA

    Bluff 1973 in P and O General cargo division original colours. Built 1968 for P and O as Mataura 1977 to Federal SN and renamed Wild Mallard 1981 sold and renamed Macedonian Reefer. 1987 Maracaibo Reefer. 1988 Bolero Reefer 1996 Corrado 1 1998 broken up Alang
  7. MATAURA and SUFFOLK

    MATAURA and SUFFOLK

    Old and new meet at London 1968. Mataura on her first trip from the Uk and Suffolk on her last which would end at Kaohsiung. Mataura lasted in service 30 years and Suffolk 29 years.
  8. In three guises- MATAURA

    In three guises- MATAURA

    New Zealand Shipping Co's MATAURA at Plantation Quay in Glasgow in August 1968 on her maiden voyage. She was completed in May at Mitsui's Tamano yard. She wore the distinctive colours which had first been seen on the TAUPO class built on the Clyde and Wear.
  9. In three guises- MATAURA

    In three guises- MATAURA

    At Stobcross Quay in Glasgow in February 1975 sporting P and O corporate livery.
  10. In three guises- MATAURA

    In three guises- MATAURA

    As WILD MALLARD taken from Erskine Bridge in April 1981 on her way upriver to Glasgow. Sold on again later that year she became MACEDONIAN REEFER and has a few other names before going for scrap as CORADO I in 1998.
  11. Mataura

    Mataura

    MATAURA 1968 9054 tgr P&O. At Sheerness 20-6-75
  12. Mataura

    Mataura

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