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|P&O Ferries (formerly P&O European Ferries) is a constituent company of DP World (which took over its parent company, the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company (P&O) in March 2006). P&O Ferries is registered in Dover, Kent. P&O Ferries also operates a number of routes in the Irish Sea under the name P&O Irish Sea.||11/13/2006||415|
|Car Ferries, Cleveland, Queensland. The ferries are used by the residents and visitors of Stradbroke Island.||10/20/2005||285|
|A total of 7 car ferries plying between the two docks.|
Most are well loaded
|Two car ferries on the river Weser, near Bremen (Germany)||08/28/2005||316|
|Two Ferries in New Orleans loading cars at the same time. ||02/09/2006||348|
|The harbour is placed in Reval (Estonia). You can see 11 car ferries.||12/01/2005||440|
|Here are the remains of the ferry ports of Korsoer and Nyborg, and car ferry ports of Halsskov and Knudshoved.|
After the bridge was opened for trains in 1997 and for cars, motorcykles, trucks and busses in 1998, the car ferries sailed the last time on June 14th. 1998, the train ferries on May 31st. 1997.
A piece of danish transportation history ended and a new began.
|The HSC Condor Vitesse is a 86m fast catamaran ferry operated by Condor Ferries. |
Condor Vitesse was built in 1997 at the Incat Yards in Tasmania, Australia as Incat 044 but was not ordered by any ferry company. She was sent to Europe and arrived in July 1997 in Portland and was later moved to Århus, Denmark. By moving the vessel to Europe, Incat hoped that she would attract a bu...
|This is the sadly remains of one of the most famous danish ferries M/S Pinen that sailed on the route Pinen-Plagen at todays Sallingsund Bridge from 1958 to 1978, it's now on Islands Brygge in Copenhagen only with the keel up. It's sister ship, M/S Plagen is today sailing on the route Feggesund - Næssund under the name M/S Sallingsund.|
The Pinen-Plagen ferries were very famous in...
|Ferries in Stockholm, Sweden||08/15/2005||528|
|2 interislander or bluebridge ferries travelling in opposite directions, one to Picton and the other to Wellington. ||12/29/2006||357|
|This company south of Hobarth is famous for their construction of superfast ferries.|