Last Ever Shaw Savill Pass at Sea.
Laurentic (North Bound, Bahia Blanca-Norway with apples
Viewed from Zealandic (South Bound in Ballast to Bahia Blanca for apples to Norway)
Both were Sold at the end of their respective voyages.
Brittanic and Majestic had gone to NZ Shipping Corp.Medic and Meganti
Shaw Savill Lines big Motor Vessel Dominion Monarch is shown arriving in Southampton following her return to service after trooping duties in World War 2. Despite her passing in November of 1962, she remains the largest all first class passenger cargo liner ever built. She was known as the Dominio
Southampton, June 1966.
'Queen Elizabeth', Union-Castle 'S.A.Vaal', P & O 'Arcadia' (2) and 'Canberra', Union Castle 'Good Hope Castle', 'Reina del Mar', 'Edinburgh Castle'.
From a 35mm half-frame slide.
Very tastefully hand-coloured photo of 'Ionic' (I) in Auckland Harbour. Photo on very thick card, with authentication sticker on the back stating: 'Real photograph, hand-painted, produced by J.D.Kemp, Auckland, C1, New Zealand.'
Built: 1902 Harland and Wolff, Belfast
Shaw Savill's DARRO shifting berth in Avonmouth just prior to her sale to the Greeks, 1977.
Taken from ICENIC.
Full Royal Mail livery suited DARRO extremely well especially where the Shaw Savill white hull stripe was retained.
Company postcard of Arawa leaving Auckland, c.1970.
Built: 1960 Harland and Wolff, Belfast
Owners: Shaw Savill
1960: Built as Arlanza for Royal Mail Line
1967: New tonnage: 18,595grt
1969: Transferred to Shaw Savill
1971: Sold to Leif Hoegh, r/n Hoegh Transit, for conversion
A J.Dickie postcard, taken at Wellington, c.1920
Built: 1911 Harland and Wolff, Belfast
Owners: White Star Line, built for joint service with SSA
1926: Transferred to Aberdeen Line, r/n Mamilius
1932: After amalgamation of White Star with Cunard, came to Shaw Savill as