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  1. NARANIO

    NARANIO

    IMO NARANIO 1943 completed by Blythswood Ship Building Co. Ltd., Glasgow for Shell Petroleum Co. Ltd, London 8.126GRT, 11.844tdw, oil engine Kincaid/B&W 4SA 8cy. 1961 broken up by Van Heyghen Freres, Bruges
  2. SEPIA

    SEPIA

  3. LACONICA

    LACONICA

  4. TSS Melania-(6828569)-(Shell UK Ltd) at NDSM, Amsterdam-19-06-1968

    TSS Melania-(6828569)-(Shell UK Ltd) at NDSM, Amsterdam-19-06-1968

    Crude Petroleum Products Tanker, Turbine Steam Ship Melania (2), was constructed, to yard number 535, by Nederlandse Dok & Scheepsbouw Maatschappij, (NDSM), Amsterdam, Netherlands, and launched by that ship-yard, in two separate sections. The keel for the aft-stern section was laid, on Thursday,
  5. TSS Melania-(6828569)-(Shell UK Ltd) at NDSM, Amsterdam-19-06-1968

    TSS Melania-(6828569)-(Shell UK Ltd) at NDSM, Amsterdam-19-06-1968

    Crude Petroleum Products Tanker, Turbine Steam Ship Melania (2), was constructed, to yard number 535, by Nederlandse Dok & Scheepsbouw Maatschappij, (NDSM), Amsterdam, Netherlands, and launched by that ship-yard, in two separate sections. The keel for the aft-stern section was laid, on Thursday,
  6. Hastula

    Hastula

    Hastula and Laust Maersk make their way into Hong Kong...
  7. H and K class Shell tanker

    H and K class Shell tanker

    This is a new series of very high standard RTR ships, scale 1:125. H class tankers for the UK and K-class for the Netherlands.
  8. Shell Eulima

    Shell Eulima

    At Smiths Dock, North Shields 1988 Still in Service as First Sino Built Italy 1983, 29951 dwt
  9. Hadriania, Shell

    Hadriania, Shell

    Shell Tanker Hadriania, Curacao, November 1964
  10. Achatina, Saloon

    Achatina, Saloon

    Shell Tanker Achatina, Officers Saloon, Appr. Peter Loud, 1964
  11. Heldia

    Heldia

    Aerial (stern) view of this old Shell tanker. Taken from a Bristow Search and Rescue (SAR) helicopter, based at R.A.F. Manston, Kent with my father as duty SAR pilot that day.
  12. Heldia

    Heldia

    Aerial view of this old Shell tanker. I took this photograph from a Bristow Search and Rescue (SAR) helicopter, based at R.A.F. Manston, Kent with my father as duty SAR pilot that day.
  13. Megara

    Megara

    The Megara in Singapore roads c. '68. I think she was the largest tanker afloat, had just sailed out of Japan on completion and immediately needed major work entailing the stern tube (?). She was trimmed down by the head and out of action for weeks. No publicity was given this in the UK press althou
  14. Euplecta Cargo Control Console

    Euplecta Cargo Control Console

    1980 Automation for me at last. Most cargo ops could be carried out from here. Start/stop control cargo pumps, cargo and pumproom valves, ullages etc
  15. Shell Tanker Euplecta

    Shell Tanker Euplecta

    At anchor off Geelong Australia 1980
  16. Cellana Launch Party (1968)

    Cellana Launch Party (1968)

    CELLANA launch party (l to r): Mr. R. G. Hawke, Acting General Manager, Shipyard Whyalla; The Lady Casey; Mr S. M. F. Martin, General Manager Whyalla Steelworks; Sir Colin Syme, Chairman B.H.P. Melbourne; Miss Hewett, Personal Assistant to Lady Casey; Lady Syme; The Lord Casey, Governer-General of A
  17. Sivella

    Sivella

    Photographed North Sea around 1970
  18. Emergency Shutdown System Console - M.V. Northia

    Emergency Shutdown System Console - M.V. Northia

    Emergency Shutdown (ESD) console used to initiate an automatic shutdown procedure between the offtake tanker and Floating Storage Unit (FSU). For example if a dangerous situation occured i.e. if hawser tension excessively high due to sea/wind or any other malfunction an ESD sequence would be trigge
  19. Lyttelton N.Z.

    Lyttelton N.Z.

    Date not known
  20. Radio Room Shell 'Gastrana'

    Radio Room Shell 'Gastrana'

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