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  1. Rona

    Rona

    Rona - Barnet Dock, Belfast.
  2. Rona, ex Star Bay

    Rona, ex Star Bay

    Built in Frederikshavn in 1966 as Tove Bramming, 299 grt. Sold to the Faeroes in 1976,r/n Star Bay homeport Klaksvík. Sold in Klaksvík in 1982, r/n Rona. In november 1985 she sank 40 nm east of Dalatangi, Iceland. No losses of lives.
  3. Star Bay

    Star Bay

    Built in Frederikshavn in 1966 as Tove Bramming, 299 grt. Sold to the Faeroes in 1976,r/n Star Bay homeport Klaksvík. Sold in Klaksvík in 1982, r/n Rona. In november 1985 she sank 40 nm east of Dalatangi, Iceland. No losses of lives.
  4. Rona

    Rona

    Rona - Gotto Wharf Belfast April 2010
  5. The Big Harbour Rona

    The Big Harbour Rona

    Acarsaid Mor on Rona where we spent the night at anchor under a starlit sky with no cloud or moon.
  6. Rona

    Rona

    Rona leaving Bangor harbour with Seniority and Klaipeda lying at anchor.
  7. Rona

    Rona

    Rona - Divis Berth Belfast April 2007
  8. Polly Woodside, Melbourne 1984

    Polly Woodside, Melbourne 1984

    Polly Woodside (formerly Rona)at her present location in Melbourne before the high rise gentrification of nearby South Wharf, North Wharf and Victoria Dock. Rialto Towers in the background still being built.
  9. Rona 1966, before restoration to Polly Woodside

    Rona 1966, before restoration to Polly Woodside

    Rona as a disused coal lighter at dockside on the Yarra River Melbourne. Later restored as Barque Polly Woodside. Photo taken 1966
  10. Rona

    Rona

    Norwegian tanker "Rona" at Malmo where she was built by Kockums in 1949 as the "Soya Maria". As "Rona" she was owned by Einar Saanum.
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