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BROWSE ALL SHIPS BY LINES

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CHANDRIS LINES

Chandris operated a large fleet of legendary vessels, providing a vital link between Greece and the rest of the world.

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RHMS ELLINIS - 1964

 
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RHMS AUSTRALIS - 1967

 
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RHMS BRITANIS - 1973

 
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ss AUSTRALIS - 1975

 
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RHMS ELLINIS - 1978

 
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M/V ROMANZA - 1980

 
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M/S THE VICTORIA - 1986

 
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SS AMERIKANIS - 1990

 
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SS BRITANIS - 1991

 
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cogedar line

Cogedar was a stylish Italian operator, providing cruising services and carrying hundreds of thousands of immigrants to new lives in Australia.

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M/S AURELIA

 
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LLOYD-TRIESTINO

Lloyd-Triestino started life as an Austro-Hungarian carrier before changing its name once Trieste became part of Italy in the early 20th century. The Line amassed a fleet of some 85 ships just prior to the Second World War; and lost all but five of them. An extensive attempt to re-build the fleet was successful thanks to a thriving stream of Italians and other Europeans emigrating their birthplaces for Australia. Learn More

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M/N AUSTRALIA - 1951

 
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T/N GALILEO GALILEI

 
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norddeutscher-lloyd

‘North-German Lloyd’ (NDL) was founded in Bremen in 1857 and contributed enormously to the development of the region. Having operated a steady transatlantic service for decades, it was NDL that Kaiser Wilhelm II approached to challenge the British naval power at the turn of the 19th century. From that challenge was born Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse, the first liner to boast four funnels. This truly ushered in a new era of transatlantic service and Cunard, White Star Line and the rest were at a disadvantage thanks to NDL’s daring.

 
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ss kronprinzessin cecilie

 
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P&O

P&O was one of Britain’s major Lines, servicing India and the far-east in the vital years of the early 20th century. Moving forward, P&O earned itself a reputation for reliable service carrying hopeful immigrants to Australia.

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rms mooltan - 1952

 

tss canton - 1958

 
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TSS STRATHNAVER - 1959

 

TSS STRATHMORE - 1958

COMING SOON

 

tss stratheden - 1959

 
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White star line

White Star Line boasted some of history’s most splendid liners, emphasising luxury and comfort over speed and brute efficiency.

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rms olympic - 1911

 

rms tITANIC - 1912

 
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