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  1. m.s. WAIPAWA

    m.s. WAIPAWA

    Built Belfast by H&W. 1934 - 1967, briefly as Greek ARAMIS before scrapped '67. Shaw Savill & Albion
  2. Waipawa

    Waipawa

    British m/s WAIPAWA, imo 5314762/ 163,5m/ 12.347gt/ twin screw/ 17kn/ pax 12; 19/10(1934 completed by Harland & Wolf Ltd, Belfast, for Shaw Savill & Albion Co., Ltd., Southampton, for its Australasian cargo service; 1939/45 WAIPAWA, she was the only of five sister ships to survive the war and took p
  3. WESTERN VIADUCT-AUCKLAND

    WESTERN VIADUCT-AUCKLAND

    1976 Tanker to the left is Gudrun Maersk. The fishing vessel Waipawa departs, she passed her larger SSA namesake many times over the years at Auckland.
  4. WAIPAWA

    WAIPAWA

    Bluff NZ 29/1/1959 Rippingham Grange and Taranaki behind her. Photo M Downes
  5. WAIPAWA

    WAIPAWA

    MV Waipawa at Auckland 9/1965. Built 1934 for SSA 1967 sold and renamed Aramis. 1968 Broken up.
  6. Waipawa

    Waipawa

    Waipawa
  7. Waipawa at Napier

    Waipawa at Napier

    Taken by W.Hubbard, a school friend, c.1962. Unfortunately cropped--he had a similar camera to mine! Waipawa Built: 1934 Harland and Wolff, Belfast Tonnage: 12,437grt Owners: Shaw Savill 1968: Sold to Astro Protector Cia.Nav.S.A. Greece, r/n Aramis for the one journey. Broken up at Kaohsiung.
  8. Waipawa

    Waipawa

    I took this circa 1960-61. In the dry dock by the Royal Albert Dock London.At least I think so? Think again? Thanks to David I can correct the location; "... the R H Green and Silley Weir dry dock was at Blackwall " Update; It was the Royal Albert Dry Dock as I thought as I have just seen
  9. Waipawa

    Waipawa

    The "Waipawa" at Lyttelton in the late 1950's. Taken with a very old camera about the only things in focus are the scratches.
  10. MV WAIPAWA

    MV WAIPAWA

    SHAW SAVILL & ALBION CO LTD. BUILT 1934 GROSS 10,727 LENGTH 536 ft BREADTH 70 ft SPEED 16 KNOTS TWIN SCREW
  11. Waipawa

    Waipawa

    Crossing Atlantic 1965
  12. Cast aways Whangarei NZ

    Cast aways Whangarei NZ

    We used Waipawa's motor lifeboat for some R&R but the mate forgot to allow for the tide going out. Hence the dry postion of lifeboat in foreground. We built a bivy out of the sails and lite a fire but alas we had drunk all the beer earlier on. Had to wait for the tide to return and float the lifebo
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