YARRA - IMO 5395204
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|CARACATZANIS Michel on Sep 04, 2012 18:50 (8 months ago)|
|Is the best photo of Yarra French Cie des Messageries Maritimes|
|Chris Howell on Sep 04, 2012 06:17 (8 months ago)|
You are right Daniel
She is one of large class of cargo liners, built from 1955 by Messageries Maritimes, the Godavery class.
Her sisters were Moonie, Le Natal, Sindh, Tigre, Yarra, Koung-Si, Yalou, Si Kiang and Yang-Tse, most are on the site under various names.
The class was further developed into the M and V class, some of the V's ending up as part containerships.
|Daniel Bérubé on Sep 04, 2012 02:30 (8 months ago)|
This is, if memory serves me well, one of several cargo liners of Compagnie des Messageries Maritimes from France.
Will some shipspotter from France step forward and comment?
Italie Lloyd Triestino had almost the same design,extremely beautiful cargo liners such as: Palatino.
|Carlos Augusto Moscon on Sep 04, 2012 02:01 (8 months ago)|
|tHIS WAS OLD LINEAS YBARRA VSL ???? YBARRA AND SONS, WAS ( AND STILL) A GREAT GROUP OF COMPANIES, BUT THE SHIPPING LINE WAS SOLD TO THE HAMBURG SUD ( EX ROSA LINE) UNFORTUNATELY....WOULD LIKE TO SEE THE GREAT SPANISH PAVILION FLYING OVERSEAS AGAIN!!!!|
|Tomas Řstberg- Jacobsen on Sep 03, 2012 15:21 (8 months ago)|
|Poetry in motion ---|
|jadran on Sep 03, 2012 09:02 (8 months ago)|
WOW, what a good photo!
Another one of the series of beautiful sisters we had lately seen on this site.
Wonderful bow, proud standing bipod cargo masts, absolutely nice bridge and accomodation block; beautiful streamlined classic funnel.
|Dеnis on Sep 03, 2012 08:48 (8 months ago)|