steamship company


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a line responsible for the operation of a fleet of steamships

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As the success of the venture increased, NNWSS took over the Liverpool, Llandudno and Welsh Coast Steam Boat Company, their big rivals, to operate as the Liverpool North Wales Steamship Company.
The Liverpool and North Wales Steamship Company and the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company both ran excursions to and from North Wales, though the golden age was at an end by the 1980s.
I really didn't believe her at first, but my little mind started trying to figure out why this huge steamship company - which publicly endorsed our local carpet maker so vehemently in 1907 did not use that company in outfitting its most famous ship just a couple of years later.
Stan, from South Shields, was second officer on the 5,250-ton cargo ship Demeterton, built by Short Bros in Sunderland in 1925 and owned by the Carlton Steamship Company in Newcastle.
The author then traces back to the early rise of steam propulsion in the United States and Moses Rogers's story from his birth in New London, Connecticut, through his career as a pioneer steamboat captain on the Hudson River, then as steamship designer and founder of the Savannah Steamship Company.
The stops of the San Francisco-based Pacific Mail Steamship Company, carrying goods and passengers, at Cabo San Lucas and other Baja ports, demonstrates how the economies of the two Californias were linked in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Isle of Shoals Steamship Company presents 'Entrain'
Hollywood to Honolulu; the story of the Los Angeles Steamship Company.
It was formed by mergers of Mitsui Steamship Company with O.
Summer is the perfect time to cruise through Sweden's green, flower-filled pastures and The Gota Canal Steamship Company operates classic trips through the heart of the country in leisurely fashion.
Jeff Marston, chief executive of the Isles of Scilly Steamship Company, which operates the Skybus air service from Newquay, said, "We have been looking at expanding our service and entering new markets for some time.
This paper draws on new data found in ledgers of the Pacific Mail Steamship Company for the period from 1913 to 1919, representing over 29,000 of its 'alien passengers" (including native-born American Chinese) coming from Asia and from Central America.
Built by the Munson Steamship Company, a prominent shipping line active in the South American sugar and lumber trade, it served as the company's headquarters until 1921.
He saw active service in the South West Pacific Area on vessels such as the Era and Lawana from the Melbourne Steamship Company, which plied the coastal routes between southern Australia and the war torn islands to the north, at a time when 1 in 8 Merchant Mariners met their demise at the hands of the enemy.
Students in the College of Business have participated in a number of problem based service learning specifically related to economic development: These include: A study for the Bridgeport Public Education Fund (BPEF) on sources and uses of funds and best practices in its mini-grants program for public school teachers and consulting for the Bridgeport Port Authority for a proposed parking garage, property leases, and fare structures involving the continuation of the Bridgeport, CT to Port Jefferson, NY Steamship Company.