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  1. SWIFT

    SWIFT - IMO 5346899. Built 1950 at the Henry Robb Shipyard, Leith, Yard-No. 397. 757 GT, 59.7 x 11.0m Launched:15-08-1950. Completed: -10-1950 Owners: General Steam Navigation Co. Ltd., London, Gbr. 1967 CIKAT Losijnska Plovidba, Rijeka, Yug. 1978 UNITY Tselevinia Shipping Co. Ltd...
  2. SWIFT (2)

    Built 1902, GRT 1,004. Owners The Hull & Netherlands Steamship Company, formed in 1894 and ran Hull-Amsterdam / Rotterdam services. They became part of Associated Humber Lines in 1957. Sister of Swan. Renamed Selby Abbey in 1908 reflecting the change of ownership of the company and to blend...
  3. Swift Boat

    US Navy vessel used in the Vietnam War on the rivers. Rideau Nautical Modellers of Ottawa (Ontario, Canada) running their models in an old section of the St-Lawrence River Canal system. The gathering was held in Iroquois, Ontario near by the Iroquois Lock of the St-Lawrence Seaway System.
  4. Swift

    Swift in British Railways colours at Bowness on Lake Windermere circa 1964
  5. Swift

    Shoreham Harbour 04/12/2009 IMO number : 8804787 Name of ship : SWIFT Call Sign : MKZA7 MMSI : 232002165 Gross tonnage : 794 DWT : 1377 Type of ship : General Cargo Ship Year of build : 1989 Flag : United Kingdom Ex: Hoo Swift, 2006 - Swift
  6. swift

    charlie opening new hamnavoe marina saturday
  7. swift

    hamnavoe burra tonight
  8. British Swift & Cormorant

    Br Swift & Cormorant laid up Barry Docks, 4/1978
  9. USS Swift

    Incat Hull 061 Also known as HSV Swift, seen here berthed at Princes Wharf no 2 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia during her hand over to the US Navy. She is based on the Incat Evolution 10b 98m High Speed Catamarans.
  10. swift

    Imo 7602314 bj 77
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