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  1. Bunga Mawar

    She was the biggest vessel at port of Bar. Malaysian bulk-carrier from Penanag, came at Bar two time, 1980's, with cargo iron ore, from Chile. As Algarrobo, sunk at Pacific ocean, IX/1990. on voyage from Huasco to Yokohama. Lost 33 crew members.

    Yugoslav vessel Durmitor.
  3. Bar

    IMO 8212087 Owner:Prekookeanska plovidba, Bar, Yugoslavia...she is the biggest vessel in the hystory of this yugoslavian company DWT: 30070 97 INVIKEN
  4. Astra and Black Prince

    Two small cruise ships gathered at Stavanger. I believe this is 1992.
  5. Bar,Montenegro

    Bar, Montenegro, then Yugoslavia
  6. Astra, ex Istra

    Dalmacija at Stavanger. Not sure of what company / which nationality she had at the time. This is probably 1991. Can anyone fill in?
  7. Topolica

    At Bar, Yugoslavia, 1980's
  8. Nadir

    IMO 5377654 Owner: Losinjplov Flag:Yug Year of built:1957.
  9. Dreznica

    At Bar, Montenegro, Yugoslavia,early 1980's. Owner:Jugolinija,Rijeka Yugoslavia IMO 5093818 Year: 1962 Flag: YUG Tons: 6921 DWT: 8348 Length overall: 136.3 LPP: 124.0 Beam: 18.7 Builder: Brodosplit Location of yard: Split BU Split 28.2.84
  10. Njegos

    At homeport Bar,Montenegro,1982. Owner:Prekookeanska plovidba Bar,Yugoslavia. IMO 7104441 Buil as TRAVEMUNDE Date of completion: 19.5.71 Flag as built: DNK Tons: 3999 DWT: 1524 Length overall: 118.0 LPP: 103.2 Beam: 18.5 Location of yard: Bremerhaven Speed(kn): 21 81...
  11. Bar,Montenegro

    Bar,Montenegro, then Yugoslavia, late 1980's
  12. Unknown

    Unknown cargo ship at Bar, Montenegro, then Yugoslavia, late 1980's. Have you any ideas?
  13. Euro Trigent

    At Bar, Montenegro, Yugoslavia IMO?
  14. Split, 1931

    Split, Yugoslavia (now Croatia), Summer,1931. Photo taken from Mt. Marjan by my father.
  15. Mljet

    Owner Atlanska Plovidba Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia, later Prekookeanska Plovidba Bar, Yugoslavia. Year of built 1943.
  16. Bar,Yugoslavia

    Port of Bar, Montenegro, Yugoslavia, 1984.
  17. Beograd

    Severely damaged Yugoslavian bulker Beograd(owner Prekookeanska Plovidba Bar, Montenegro, Yugoslavia)after collision with a soviet cargo ship at Gibraltar, 1970's. Do you have any accurate information about this event?
  18. Bar,Montenegro, Yugoslavia

    Port of Bar, Montenegro, Yugoslavia, 1979. The picture shown italian car carrier Nuova Ventura and an unknown liberian ore carrier(the name of this ship consists two words, of which the second is Mariner.Can you help to identify this unknown ship, on the picture?)
  19. Virpazar

    At homeport Bar, Montenegro, Yugoslavia, early 1980's Built 1951 by Lübecker Flender Werke for Hamburg owner Hanseatische Reederei Emil Offen Grt: 5,891; Dwt: 10,100; loa:146.92; Propulsion: MAN K7Z70/120 7-cylinder 2-stroke diesel of 3,000bhp; Speed 12 Knots. Subsequent history: 71-Captain...
  20. Brodospas's crane

    One of the Brodospas's cranes, at Bar, Montenegro, Yugoslavia, 1979.
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