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  1. Maritime Family History Research
    Hello, there. A while ago I made a big genealogic research of my family, and since we are brazilians I discover a lot of interesting histories about my foreign roots - although I am still looking for more information especially about the vessels that brought my family here. From my paternal...
  2. SS "Runic" in port

    SS "Runic" in port

    Colorized by Geir Rosset.
  3. Need identification, steamer from 1911

    Need identification, steamer from 1911

    Old steamer along side Vitoria Brazil in 1911 delivered a load of piping.
  4. Steamer Inchcliffe Castle

    Steamer Inchcliffe Castle

    Inchcliffe Castle steaming on Lake Washington. A conversion of an aluminium lifeboat built April 22, 1968 by Marine Safety & Equipment Company of Point Pleasant, NJ, USA. Shown temporarily running non-condensing. Still to come: a wheelhouse and canopy.
  5. SS West Point (?)

    SS West Point (?)

    Old steamer seems British flag at anchor at Vitória Brasil before they made the commercial quay. Can be end of 30's.
  6. GRAVELAND

    GRAVELAND

    At anchor in Vitória ES Brazil, probably in 60's.
  7. Nopal Express & TAMISE

    Nopal Express & TAMISE

    Unknown ships (solved) in Vitória Brazil, in 60's. Yes fellows M/V TAMISE, has loading iron ore in Vitória-Tubarão port just started few years before.
  8. ALTAIR

    ALTAIR

    She sank when going in bound to Vitória port in Brazil, 1956, unfortunately, she touch bottom until "rest" and sunk in the shoals. Her Capt refuse to abandon ship, press/news guys was on board to disturb him.
  9. ALTAIR

    ALTAIR

    She sank when going in bound to Vitória port in Brazil, 1956, unfortunately, she touch bottom until "rest" and sunk in the shoals. Her Capt refuse to abandon ship, press/news guys was on board to disturb him.
  10. To be identified

    To be identified

    Along side Vitória Brazil, probably before 40's a cargo x pax ship.
  11. Unknow steamer

    Unknow steamer

    Berth in Vitória - ES Brazil, possible before WWI. For unload rail road equipment.
  12. ALMIRANTE ALEXANDRINO

    ALMIRANTE ALEXANDRINO

    Passenger/cargo steamer "Almirante Alexandrino" - Lloyd Brasileiro. Departure from Vitória in 50's.
  13. Unidentified cargo ship

    Unidentified cargo ship

    Unidentified old steamer, berth in Vitória in this jetty, about 1912. In this place has a jetty use for unload rail-road equipment for Vitória Minas Railway.
  14. PARAYBA

    PARAYBA

    Old steamer ship "Parahyba", grounded in Vitória ES Brazil, date about 1910.
  15. FJORD

    FJORD

    Berth in Guarapari (small town at +/- 35 NM SSW Vitória), Espirito Santo state - Brazil. Loading sand in packs for MIBRA, after WWII. MIBRA has defunct cop, and for 60 years dinging Guarapari beaches for collect very precious kind of sand rich in radioactive minerals.
  16. Fjord

    Fjord

    Berth in Guarapari (small town at +/- 35 NM SSW Vitória), Espirito Santo state - Brazil. Loading sand in packs for MIBRA, after WWII. This sands are radioactive properties.
  17. Smoky steamer= RIEVAULX ABBEY

    Smoky steamer= RIEVAULX ABBEY

    This card is in the Clyde Shiplovers' Society's collection but again with quite a few has no details. Would anyone have ideas as to her identity.
  18. VIRGINIA

    VIRGINIA

    The last of the 'mosquito fleet' steamers of Puget Sound still in use today (2010): VIRGINIA V taking on passengers at Longbranch, Washington State, USA in 1998. Launched at Lisa Buela, WA in 1922, length 125 feet, triple expansion steam engine built in 1898 and transplanted from the VIRGINIA IV,
  19. unknown

    unknown

    unknown steamer at glasgow. can someone help with id?
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