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CANBERRA - IMO 5059953

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Photographer: Tony Martin [ View profile ]
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Title: Canberra
Added: Nov 19, 2014
Views: 1,313
Image Resolution: 2,869 x 1,815

Description:

At anchor Vavau, during a South Pacific cruise January 1983.

General
information

Current flag:
Home port:
Current name: CANBERRA

Former name(s):

Vessel Type: PASSENGERS SHIP
Class society:
Callsign:
IMO: 5059953
ENI:
MMSI:
PEN:
Build year: 1961
Photos: 180 photos by 53 photographers

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Categories

This ship exists in the following categories:

Cruise Ships and Liners built 1961-1970 - 152 photos

Ship Interior - 8 photos

Ship's Deck - 6 photos

Ships under Repair or Conversion - 6 photos

Ships under Construction - 1 photos

_ Ships Crests - 1 photos

Shipping - 1 photos

Ship's engine rooms - 1 photos

Harbour Overview Images - 1 photos

Cruise Ships and Liners - 1 photos

Scrapyard Ships - 1 photos

Ships' Lifeboats and Tenders - 1 photos

Technical
Data

Gross tonnage: 49,073 tons
Summer DWT: 8,775 tons
Length:
Beam:
Draught:

Photographers
of this ship

(53)

Ray Smith

1 photos

Ken Smith

1 photos

Phil English

1 photos

Marc Piché

1 photos

Rik

1 photos

BRIAN FISHER

6 photos

TEDINGHAM

1 photos

callen

2 photos

John Jones

2 photos

Arnes

1 photos

Bootneck

1 photos

Yvon Perchoc

1 photos

Tony Garner

1 photos

scillonian

1 photos

Lee Brown

2 photos

jotabe

1 photos

trenor

2 photos

JohnWH

2 photos

John Kent

8 photos

Wayne ACourt

4 photos

Gary Faux

3 photos

Marius Esman

1 photos

Bunts

9 photos

Passaic

1 photos

onlyme

1 photos

Robbie Shaw

1 photos

Chris Finney

2 photos

Gordy

4 photos

Chris Howell

17 photos

Clive Harvey

8 photos

Brian Brady

5 photos

Patrick Chau

1 photos

Tony Martin

42 photos

Tykemariner

2 photos

Mr. DOT

2 photos

Paul Wille

1 photos

gwrdave

1 photos

Bob Scott

1 photos

rudy v

1 photos

Linesman

14 photos

COMMENT THIS PHOTO(5)

person
Finn, thanks for the comment - yes she has gone however maybe a "trailblazer". Cheers
person
I first saw her as an artist's illustration for a P and O add on the back of a National Geographic mag, Blew me away! Agree with MrDot... unelievable to think she is gone now!
person
To me, I will never see the likes of her again. CG
person
Thank you Mr.Dot, she was a great ship - one of my favourites to sail on and photograph.
person
How modern she appeared to me on her maiden arrival at Vancouver, and now she's gone! always a nice post, mrdot.