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  1. ORIENTAL CARNIVAL

    ORIENTAL CARNIVAL IMO 5290179 1949 completed by Vickers Armstrongs Ltd., Newcastle for New Zealand Shipping Co., Plymouth 21.809GRT, 15.000tdw, 16.000bhp 2 each 2SA 6Cy. Doxford, 2 screws, 16.5kn Sister ship RANGITANE 1949: RANGITOTO 1969: lib. ORIENTAL CARNIVAL 1976 broken up Kaohsiung Both ma
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  2. RANGITOTO

    RANGITOTO IMO 5290179 1949 completed by Vickers-Armstrongs Ltd., Newcastle for New Zealand Shipping Co. Ltd., Plymouth 21.809GRT, 15.000tdw, 16.000bhp 2 2SA 6Cy. Doxford, 2 screws, 16.5kn 436 passengers one class Sister ship: Rangitane (1949 by John Brown) Route U.K.-New Zealand via Panama Canal,
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  3. HORORATA

    HORORATA 1942 completed by John Brown Co., Clydebank 1967 broken up Kaohsiung
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  4. HORORATA

    HORORATA 1942 completed by John Brown Co. Ltd., Clydebank for New Zealand Shipping Co. Ltd., Plymouth 12.090GRT, 14.246tdw, 6 steam turbines geared to 2 sc.shafts, 16kn She was in the 1940-ties one of the largest refrigerated vessels in the world. On her regular run she would not call at the port
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  5. NZ Port

    NZ Port, probably Lyttleton, July 1966
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  6. Te papa museum Wellington

    My tour approaches Captain Cooks Cannon.
  7. WELLINGTON, NZ

    Port of Wellington, NZ, Mar 1952.
  8. LYTTELTON,NZ

    Port of Lyttelton, NZ (Port for Christchurch), taken in May 1974. Compare with the photo taken in 1951.
  9. LYTTELTON,NZ

    Port of Lyttelton, NZ (Port for Christchurch), taken in May 1951. Compare with the photo taken in 1974.
  10. NAPIER, NZ

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

    Port of Napier in 1951. Compare with photo taken in 1976.
  12. PORT OF TAURANGA, NZ

    Port of Tauranga, North Island, NZ, 24 Feb 2013. Cruise ships are Voyager of the Seas and Carnival Spirit.
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