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  1. STRAAT NAPIER

    STRAAT NAPIER

    Identification Data Build: 1972 Classification Register: Bureau Veritas (BV) IMO number: 7206081 Nat. Official Number: 7067 Z AMST 1972 Category: Cargo vessel Propulsion: Motor Vessel Type: General Cargo Type Deck: Shelterdeck open/closed Rig: 6 cranes Lift Capacity: 2 of 24, 4 of 8 ton each Materia
  2. Carnatic Whakariri Tautane

    Carnatic Whakariri Tautane

    Carnatic (LH) Whakariri (dredge) Tautane (Pilot Boat) Napier, NZ. Thought to be April 1970
  3. Port New Plymouth nearly loaded

    Port New Plymouth nearly loaded

  4. Napier

    Napier

    Turakina berthed at Napier in 1975. Shaw Savill on right either Illyric or Ionic going by the double lifeboats.My friend was on Turakina at time.
  5. NAPIER, NZ

    NAPIER, NZ

    Port of Napier, NZ, taken in May 1976. Compare with the photo taken in 1951.
  6. NAPIER, NZ

    NAPIER, NZ

    Port of Napier in 1951. Compare with photo taken in 1976.
  7. Pukeko (I)

    Pukeko (I)

    Snapshot of S.S. 'Pukeko' arriving Lyttelton, c.early 1950's? Cropped and enlarged--apologies for fuzzy image. Pukeko Built: 1928, Goole SB and Repair Co Tonnage: 735grt Owners: Richardson and Co, Napier, NZ 1930: Converted to motorship 1956: Sold to Yong and Lee Shipping Co, Hong Kong, r/n 'Winery'
  8. RN Heavy Cruiser, Napier

    RN Heavy Cruiser, Napier

    Photograph of RN Heavy Cruiser, Napier, c. 1940's? Larger coaster to the left is Richardson and Co's 'Kopara'. Could be HMS 'Belfast', which visited Napier, March 8, 1946
  9. Napier New Zealand

    Napier New Zealand

  10. Lilliput model, Napier, NZ

    Lilliput model, Napier, NZ

    Postcard of The Port and Town, Lilliput Model Display, Napier, New Zealand.
  11. Napier, NZ, c.1970's?

    Napier, NZ, c.1970's?

    The port of Napier, c.1970's? Port is full of conventional shipping, so probably pre-1980. Looks like a Lauritzen reefer at the breakwater wharf, a Blue Star and a P and O.
  12. Napier, NZ, 1951

    Napier, NZ, 1951

    The port of Napier, c.13.1.1951. Ships are Houlder's 'Dunster Grange', Henderson's 'Kindat', and Blue Star's 'Napier Star'.
  13. Napier  (early 1950's )

    Napier (early 1950's )

    An unknown 'Fort'or 'Park' type, then NZSÇo's KAIPAKI, a Port Line vessel (PORT QUEBEC perhaps ?) and another unknown ship. Scan from a postcard picked up at a second-hand shop yesterday - photographer also unknown! As KAIPAKI's bridge was raised one deck in 1952 and both unknown ships are still ca
  14. Port Ahuriri, Napier

    Port Ahuriri, Napier

    Early 1900's postcard(F.G.R.3600) of Trawlers at the 'Iron Pot', Ahuriri, Napier. The trawler in the foreground might be the 'Countess'?
  15. Pukeko (II)

    Pukeko (II)

    Postcard of Pukeko (II) bought recently on Trademe. No.7 in a series of 10 postcards of Shipping in NZ. Looks like Wellington. Appears to be a large Dalek in the background. Apologies for the loose pixel problem--one of those 'dotty' photos as they appear in newspapers. Pukeko Built: 1961 J.Lamont,
  16. Pukeko (II) at Napier

    Pukeko (II) at Napier

    Pukeko (II)at Napier, early 1960's. Apologies for poor quality of photo. Richardson's 'Kopara', Anchor's 'Titoki' or 'Totara' and NZSCo's 'Turakina'? in the background. Pukeko Built: 1961 J.Lamont, Port Glasgow Tonnage: 1,020grt Owners: Richardson and Co, Napier 1975: Sirdhana Fortune 1982: Almoussa
  17. Pateke

    Pateke

    Pateke outward bound Otago Harbour. One of the smartest-looking ships on the NZ coast--unique in design. Pateke Built: 1954 J.Bodewes Scheepswerf, Hoogezand Tonnage: 785grt Owners: Richardson and Co, Napier 1955: Accommodation burnt out at Lyttelton, 10.12.1955 1964: Chartered by Holm and Co, Wellin
  18. Pateke launching

    Pateke launching

    Postcard given to me by a friend in the 1960's. Pateke Built: 1954 J.Bodewes Scheepswerf, Hoogezand Tonnage: 785grt Owners: Richardson and Co, Napier 1955: Accommodation burnt out at Lyttelton, 10.12.1955 1964: Chartered by Holm and Co, Wellington 1972: Sold to Pacific Inernational Lines(PIL) of Sin
  19. Parera (II) at Napier

    Parera (II) at Napier

    Taken March 1962--one of my earliest photos made to look better through Photoshop. Shaw Savill's 'Waiwera' is in the background. Parera Built: 1957 Geo. Brown and Co, Greenock Tonnage: 823grt 1972: Sold to Holm and Co, Wellington 1975: Sold to King Line S.A.(a subsidiary of Guan Guan Sg Co, Singapor
  20. Pakura

    Pakura

    Given to me by Bert Colley, a Napier photographer. Pakura Built: 1922 N.V.Scheef van der Windt, Vlaardingen Tonnage: 721grt Owners: Richardson and Co, Napier 1922: Built as 'Maja' for Dutch owners 1923: Sold to J.Geddes and A.M.Couper, U.K., r/n Sunnyhill 1924: Sold to Richardson and Co, r/n Pakura,
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