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Photographer:
Gordy [ View profile ]
Photo Category:
Ferries
Added:
Apr 19, 2012
Views:
3,101
Image Resolution:
1,511 x 1,008

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PRINCESS of TASMANIA

Australian

ANL Shipping Co

Built 1959 for ANL
1975 Marine Cruiser
1984 Majorca Rose
1984 Equator
1984 Nomi
1985 Adriatic Star
1988 Lampedusa
1991 Shand Fayez
1992 Al Mahrousa
2000 Tebah 2000
2005 broken up Alang

The information supplied may not be wholly correct, if you have further details please add it below...Thank you!

Photo Credits: The William T Barber collection Vic Australia

Cheers and GB

Gordy

Moved to Ferries by RO/RO admin.

Vessel
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Current name:
TEBAH 2000

Former name(s):

 -  Al Mahrousa (Until 2000 Nov)

 -  Lampedusa (Until 1991 Mar)

 -  Princess Of Tasmania (Until 1975)

Vessel Type:
Ro-ro/passenger Ship
Gross tonnage:
6,262 tons
Summer DWT:
1,090 tons

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simonwp

1 photos

Yvon Perchoc

1 photos

zahan

1 photos

Tony Garner

1 photos

John Wilson

1 photos

Gordy

2 photos

Chris Howell

1 photos

Tony Martin

1 photos

gwrdave

1 photos

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person
As I recall, the regulation now is that doors can only be open when within 1 ship length of the berth.
Due to the design of some linkspans/vessel ramps, some ships must open their doors or bow visors before they are in final position due to clearance issues.

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After the `STRAITSMAN` turned turtle in the Yarra not far from her berth..new regulations were introduced ie..no open stern or bow doors opened before tie-up..Cannot remember exact date..but joined the STRAITSMAN after the incident and subsequent RO/ROs and always kept em shut..

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person
@PDS, I still see recent photo's posted on this site with open stern doors upon and after sailing....sad...
Brett

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person
That open stern door would be a NO NO now.

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person
Thats a long time, 46 years...I remeber her running in and out of Melbourne to Tasmania, she spent years on that run.

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person
This one actually served on Canadian National's east coast service, for a number of years, mrdot.

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person
TY Tore, all the best!

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person
Great photo my friend:)

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