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  1. Cosmo G

    Cosmo G

    Bartol Ivankovich (1833.-1908.): Brig schooner „Cosmo G“ Owned by family Dubokovich Oil on Canvas 1871 sign. Ivankovich, 1871. 2015 S 2473 HPMS_190 Croatian Maritime Museum. Split. 7714 MuzHPMS
  2. Neretva P 812

    Neretva P 812

    Submarine Neretva P 812 Model 4298 MuzHPMS Croatian Maritime Museum. Split. Shipyard Uljanik, Pula 1957.-1961. Builders: Uljanik Yard, Pula Operators: Yugoslav Navy Preceded by: Osvetnik-class submarine Succeeded by: Heroj-class submarine Built: 1957–1962 In commission: 1962–1987 Completed: 2 Retir
  3. Split, Croatia

    Split, Croatia

  4. Split

    Split

    View of harbor and Hotel Marijn - Split.
  5. Split

    Split

    Split
  6. Split, Croatia

    Split, Croatia

    The ferry docks, Split. The large ferry on the right is Adriatica's "Sansovino". The Blue Line ferries ply between Split and Ancona.
  7. Antares, Croatia

    Antares, Croatia

    In the old Split harbor. That's a Blue Line's Ancona-Split ferry in the background. Name of the ship ANTARES IMO number 8428478 Type of ship TUG Gross tonnage 184 tons Year of build 1980 Builder GOROKHOVETS SHIPYARD - GOROKHOVETS, RUSSIA
  8. Split

    Split

    The steam ship Split,immediately after removing from the sea.Later, the ship was repaired and again put into operation.
  9. Split

    Split

    The part of the crew by yugoslav destroyer Split,1960s.
  10. Omis

    Omis

    IDNo: 5263322 Year: 1959 Flag: YUG Tons: 2219 DWT: 2955 Length overall: 106.1 LPP: 95.1 Beam: 14.2 Builder: Titovo Brodogradiliste,Kraljevica Owner:Jadranska Slobodna Plovidba,Split 1968 Lg 121.2/110.3m, 2292gt/3735dw BU Split 8.5.86
  11. Split

    Split

    Jadroplov Split. Flag:Yugoslavia
  12. Luka Botic

    Luka Botic

    IDNo: 5214400 Owner:Jadranska Slobodna Plovidba,Split Date of completion: 6.60 Flag: YUG Tons: 6294 DWT: 10790 Length overall: 153.6 LPP: 140.4 Beam: 18.9 Builder: Brodosplit ,Split BU Gadani Beach 23.12.85
  13. Split

    Split

    Port of Split, Croatia, than Yugoslavia, early 1960's. The picture shown motor vessel Marko Marulic, which launched 15 March 1959 at Split by Brodogradiliste Split, as hull no. 150 for Jadranska Slobodna Plovidba, Split. 460’8” x 61’8” x 39’5;” 9050 gt, 5476 nt; 6-cylinder FIAT Diesel, 6500-bhp.
  14. Marko Oreskovic

    Marko Oreskovic

    Yugoslavian cargo ship, as newbuilding. Owner: Jadroplov, Split, Yugoslavia
  15. Braceras in Split

    Braceras in Split

    This is said to be two Dalmatian coasting vessels in the harbour of Split. At least the left one looks to have a lug sail on the fore, and a gaff-sail on the main. On is reminded of the Italian Trabacolo, also native to the Adriatic, but with an unmistakable stem with a ''Turkish knot'' decoration o
  16. Split

    Split

    USSR's tanker 'Split",built at shipyard Split,1967.
  17. Split

    Split

    Yugoslavian destryer 'Split',1967.
  18. Split

    Split

    IDNo: 6421036 Year: 1965 Flag: RUS Tons: 15090 DWT: 22275 Length overall: 186.2 LPP: 174.0 Beam: 23.4 Builder: Brodosplit ,Split,Croatia,Yugoslavia. BU Alang 20.7.93
  19. Split

    Split

    Destryer 'Split',at Rijeka. This is one of the first pictures of her. Owner:Jugoslovenska Ratna mornarica
  20. Split

    Split

    Yugoslavian steam ship,1947. IDNo:5604135 Name as built: EIGEN HULP II Date of completion: 8.17 Flag as built: NLD Tons: 3151 DWT: 1940 LPP: 99.1 Beam: 14.4 Builder: Wilton's,Rotterdam Speed(kn):9 Owner as Completed: Wilton's Eng. & Slipway Co, Rotterdam 19 RUURLO - 32 UURAS - 35 RU
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