Passenger ships

2017-07-28T17:41:14+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true MV Doña Paz, SS Savannah, Bulgaria (ship), MS Mariella, SS Admiral Nakhimov, MS Galaxy, MS Romantika, MS Stena Superfast VIII, MS Stena Superfast VII, MS Viking Grace, SS Albert Ballin, MS Amorella, SS Carnatic, MS Isabelle, MS Gabriella, MS Hans Hedtoft, MS Star, MS Superstar, MS Translandia, MS Silja Europa, Sultana (steamboat), Passenger ship, MS Silja Serenade, MS Rosella, MS Victoria I, MS Georg Ots, Skibladner, MS Viking XPRS, MV Princess of the Stars, MS Mega Andrea, MS Princess Maria, Iosif Stalin-class passenger ship, MS Baltic Princess, MS Baltic Queen, MS Moby Zazà, SS Californian, SS Great Eastern, MS Estonia, MS Almariya, RMS Carpathia, RMS Queen Elizabeth, RMS Lucania, Truro (ship), MF Liburnija, MS Sapphire, Duffy-Herreshoff watertaxi, Enchanté, Scottish Highlander (barge), SS Koning der Nederlanden, SS Canadian, Anjodi, MV Celestyal Odyssey, HSC Dubravka, HSC Adriana, SS Abbotsford, SS Exochorda, SS Haimun, Arahura (twin screw ship), Darien II flashcards Passenger ships
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  • MV Doña Paz
    The MV Doña Paz was a Philippine-registered passenger ferry that sank after colliding with the oil tanker MT Vector on December 20, 1987.
  • SS Savannah
    SS Savannah was an American hybrid sailing ship/sidewheel steamer built in 1818.
  • Bulgaria (ship)
    Bulgaria (Russian: Булга́рия, tr. Bulgariya) was a class 785/OL800 Russian river cruise ship (built in Komárno, Czechoslovakia) which operated in the Volga-Don basin.
  • MS Mariella
    MS Mariella is a cruiseferry delivered in 1985 to SF Line and has since operated as a part of Viking Line.
  • SS Admiral Nakhimov
    SS Admiral Nakhimov (Russian: Адмирал Нахимов), launched in March 1925 and originally named SS Berlin III, was a passenger liner of the German Weimar Republic later converted to a hospital ship, then a Soviet passenger ship.
  • MS Galaxy
    MS Galaxy is a cruise ferry built in 2006 by Aker Finnyards, Rauma, Finland and was at the time the largest ship delivered to ferry operator Tallink.
  • MS Romantika
    MS Romantika (Latvian and Estonian "Romantika" means "Romance" in English) is a cruiseferry operated by the Estonian ferry company Tallink on a route connecting Stockholm, Sweden to Tallinn, Estonia.
  • MS Stena Superfast VIII
    MS Stena Superfast VIII is a fast Ro-Pax ferry operated by Stena Line between Belfast and Cairnryan.
  • MS Stena Superfast VII
    MS Stena Superfast VII is a fast Ro-Pax ferry owned by the Estonian ferry company Tallink and chartered to Stena Line operated on their service between Belfast and Cairnryan.
  • MS Viking Grace
    MS Viking Grace is a cruiseferry constructed at STX Europe Turku Shipyard, Finland for the Finland-based ferry company Viking Line.
  • SS Albert Ballin
    SS Albert Ballin was an ocean liner of the Hamburg-America Line launched in 1923 and named after Albert Ballin, visionary director of the line who had committed suicide several years earlier.
  • MS Amorella
    MS Amorella is a cruiseferry operated by the Finnish ferry company Viking Line on the route Turku–Mariehamn/Långnäs–Stockholm.
  • SS Carnatic
    SS Carnatic was a British steamship built in 1862-63 by Samuda Brothers at Cubitt Town on the Isle of Dogs, London, for the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company.
  • MS Isabelle
    MS Isabelle is a cruiseferry owned and operated by the Estonia-based Tallink.
  • MS Gabriella
    MS Gabriella is a cruiseferry sailing on a route connecting Helsinki, Finland and Stockholm, Sweden for Viking Line.
  • MS Hans Hedtoft
    MS Hans Hedtoft was a Danish liner that struck an iceberg and sank on 30 January 1959 on her maiden voyage off the coast of Western Greenland.
  • MS Star
    MS Star is a fast Ro-Pax ferry operated by the Estonian ferry company Tallink.
  • MS Superstar
    MS Superstar is a fast ferry owned by the Italy-based MedInvest Spa and chartered to Estonian operator Tallink and operated on Tallink's Helsinki–Tallinn service.
  • MS Translandia
    MS Translandia was a freight/passenger ferry owned by the shipping company Salem Al Makrani Cargo from Dubai.
  • MS Silja Europa
    MS Silja Europa, owned and operated by Tallink, is one of the largest cruiseferries in the world.
  • Sultana (steamboat)
    Sultana was a Mississippi River side-wheel steamboat.
  • Passenger ship
    A passenger ship is a merchant ship whose primary function is to carry passengers.
  • MS Silja Serenade
    MS Silja Serenade is a cruiseferry owned by the Estonian shipping company Tallink Group, operated under their Silja Line brand on a route connecting Helsinki, Finland to Stockholm, Sweden via Mariehamn.
  • MS Rosella
    MS Rosella is a cruiseferry, built in 1980 by Wärtsilä Turku shipyard, Finland for SF Line, one of the owners of the Viking Line consortium.
  • MS Victoria I
    MS Victoria I is a cruiseferry operated by the Estonian ferry company Tallink on a route connecting Stockholm, Sweden to Tallinn, Estonia via Mariehamn, Finland.
  • MS Georg Ots
    MS Georg Ots was a cargo/passenger ferry that sailed between Helsinki, Finland and Tallinn, Estonia from 1980 to 2000.
  • Skibladner
    PS Skibladner is the only paddle steamer operating in Norway, it sails on lake Mjøsa.
  • MS Viking XPRS
    MS Viking XPRS is a fast cruiseferry owned by the Finland-based Viking Line and operated on their service between Helsinki, Finland and Tallinn, Estonia.
  • MV Princess of the Stars
    MV Princess of the Stars (sometimes mistakenly referred to as Princess of Stars) was a ferry owned by Filipino shipping company Sulpicio Lines.
  • MS Mega Andrea
    Mega Andrea is a cruiseferry owned and operated by Corsica Ferries Sardinia Ferries.
  • MS Princess Maria
    MS Princess Maria is a cruiseferry operated by St.
  • Iosif Stalin-class passenger ship
    The Iosif Stalin-class passenger ship was a two-strong class of large turbo-electric powered passenger ships, operated by the Soviet Baltic State Shipping Company (BGMP).
  • MS Baltic Princess
    MS Baltic Princess is a cruiseliner owned by the Estonia-based ferry operator Tallink and operated under their Silja Line brand.
  • MS Baltic Queen
    MS Baltic Queen is a cruiseferry owned by the Estonia-based ferry operator Tallink.
  • MS Moby Zazà
    Moby Zazà is a ferry operated by Moby Lines between Nice and Bastia.
  • SS Californian
    The SS Californian was a British Leyland Line steamship that is best known for its inaction during the sinking of the RMS Titanic on April 15, 1912, despite being the closest ship in the area.
  • SS Great Eastern
    SS Great Eastern was an iron sailing steam ship designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, and built by J.
  • MS Estonia
    MS Estonia, previously Viking Sally (1980–1990), Silja Star (1990–1991), and Wasa King (1991–1993), was a cruise ferry built in 1979/80 at the German shipyard Meyer Werft in Papenburg.
  • MS Almariya
    MS Isabella 1 is a cruiseferry owned by the shipping company Isabella Cruises on their route connecting Almería, Spain, to Nador, Morocco.
  • RMS Carpathia
    RMS Carpathia was a Cunard Line transatlantic passenger steamship built by Swan Hunter & Wigham Richardson.
  • RMS Queen Elizabeth
    RMS Queen Elizabeth was an ocean liner operated by the Cunard Line (after its merger with the White Star Line).
  • RMS Lucania
    RMS Lucania was a British ocean liner owned by the Cunard Steamship Line Shipping Company, built by Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company of Govan, Scotland, and launched on Thursday, 2 February 1893.
  • Truro (ship)
    Truro was the ship from Madras carrying the first 342 indentured Indian laborers to arrive in Port Natal (present-day Durban) on 16 November 1860.
  • MF Liburnija
    MF Liburnija was a ferry owned by Croatian shipping company Jadrolinija, built in 1965 by the NV Scheepswerf & Machinefabriek "De Merwede" Van Vliet & Co, Hardinxveld, Netherlands for Jadrolinija.
  • MS Sapphire
    MS Sapphire was a 1967 Italian built cruise ship that most recently operated for Louis Cruise Lines, once laid up at Eleusis Bay and was sold for scrap in May 2012.
  • Duffy-Herreshoff watertaxi
    The Duffy-Herreshoff DH30 watertaxi is an 18 person hydrogen fueled passenger ship, power-assisted by an electric motor that gets its electricity from a fuel cell.
  • Enchanté
    The Enchanté (French: Nice to meet you (Literally: Enchanted)) is a Belgian barge of the spitz category, constructed in 1958 as a trading barge and refitted in 2009 as a luxury hotel barge.
  • Scottish Highlander (barge)
    The Scottish Highlander is a boutique hotel barge cruising the Caledonian Canal in Scotland, from Inverness to Fort William.
  • SS Koning der Nederlanden
    SS Koning der Nederlanden was a Dutch liner of the Stoomvaart Maatschappij Nederland.
  • SS Canadian
    SSCanadian was a British Passenger ship which struck an iceberg and sank in the Straits of Belle Isle 4 nautical miles (7.4 km) north of Cape Bauld (51°30′N 55°30′W / 51.500°N 55.500°W) while she was travelling from Quebec, Canada to Liverpool, United Kingdom.
  • Anjodi
    Anjodi is a Luxe motor Dutch steel barge built as a trading barge but refitted in 1982 as a hotel barge.
  • MV Celestyal Odyssey
    MV Celestyal Odyssey is a Malta-registered passenger ship.
  • HSC Dubravka
    HSC Dubravka is a catamaran type passenger ship owned by Croatian shipping company Jadrolinija with a capacity of 306 passengers.
  • HSC Adriana
    HSC Adriana is a catamaran type passenger ship owned by Croatian shipping company Jadrolinija.
  • SS Abbotsford
    The SS Abbotsford was a brig-rigged iron passenger ship built by the Gourlay Brothers of Dundee for the Red Star Line, of Antwerp.
  • SS Exochorda
    SS Exochorda, a 473-foot, 14,500-ton cargo liner in service with American Export Lines from 1948 to 1959.
  • SS Haimun
    SS Haimun was a Chinese steamer ship commanded by war correspondent Lionel James in 1904 during the Russo-Japanese War for The Times of London.
  • Arahura (twin screw ship)
    TSS Arahura was a twin screw steam passenger/cargo ship (also schooner rigged) built for the Union Steam Ship Company.
  • Darien II
    Darien II was the last ship to bring Aliya Bet refugees to Haifa during World War II.