CARNIVAL DREAM SEA

The stamp inscription gives that she is the CARNIVAL DREAMSEA but not any cruiseship under that name exist, it must be the CARNIVAL DREAM. See viewtopic.php?f=2&t=12744&p=13878#p13878
Central African Republic 2013 900F sg?, scott?

QUANTUM OF THE SEAS cruise vessel

The stamp is designed after plans, the QUANTUM OF THE SEAS is still on the yard of the Meyer Werft, Papenburg, Germany for the Royal Caribbean International, and the planned delivery will be on 23 November 2014.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quantum-class_cruise_ship

VENTURA

Built as a cruise vessel under yard No 6132 by Fincantieri, Monfalcone, Italy for Carnival Corp. Hamilton, Bermuda. Management P&O Cruises UK. Ltd.
29 August 2006 laid down.
08 June 2007 floated out as the VENTURA, three sisters the CROWN PRINCESS, EMERALD PRINCESS and AZURA.
Tonnage 116,017 grt, 85,676 nrt, 8,044 dwt, dim. 291,40 x 36.00 x 36.00m, draught 8.00m.
Powered: Diesel electric by 6 Wärtsilä diesel engines, 90,116 hp (67,200 kW).
Accommodation for 3092 passengers and 1220 crew.
29 March 2008 delivered to owners, homeport Hamilton, Bermuda. Building cost £330 million.

06 April 2008 arrived at Southampton.
11 April 2008 made a mini cruise to Belgium.
16 April 2008 christened by the movie star Dame Hellen Mirren in Southampton.
MV VENTURE is a Grand-class cruise ship of the P&O Cruises fleet. The ship was built by Fincantieri at their shipyard in Monfalcone, Italy. At 116,017 tonnes and 291.4 m (956 ft), Ventura is the largest of seven ships currently in service with P&O Cruises, and one of the largest in Europe. She is the sister ship of MS AZURA . She officially entered service with the company in April 2008 and was named by Helen Mirren.[5]Ventura underwent a refit at the Blohm & Voss shipyard in Hamburg, Germany, during March and April 2013, and re-entered service on 7 April 2013 with a voyage to Spain and Portugal.
Overview
MS VENTURA is owned by Carnival UK and operated by P&O Cruises. She entered service in April 2008, and is one of the largest cruise ships built for the British market, at 116,017 tonnes. VENTURA can accommodate 3,192 passengers, and has 1,550 cabins, of which about 60% possess private balconies. She has fourteen public decks, eight restaurants, six boutiques, five pools (Endless pool, Beachcomber pool, Laguna pool, and the Terrace pool) and three show lounges, including the largest theatre on a British ship. Passengers are also able to walk to the very front of the ship to the bow, which is not possible on any other P&O ship except AZURA MV VENTURE is a Grand-class cruise ship of the P&O Cruises fleet. The ship was built by Fincantieri at their shipyard in Monfalcone, Italy. At 116,017 tonnes and 291.4 m (956 ft), Ventura is the largest of seven ships currently in service with P&O Cruises, and one of the largest in Europe. She is the sister ship of MS AZURA . She officially entered service with the company in April 2008 and was named by Helen Mirren.[5]Ventura underwent a refit at the Blohm & Voss shipyard in Hamburg, Germany, during March and April 2013, and re-entered service on 7 April 2013 with a voyage to Spain and Portugal.
Overview
MS VENTURA is owned by Carnival UK and operated by P&O Cruises. She entered service in April 2008, and is one of the largest cruise ships built for the British market, at 116,017 tonnes. VENTURA can accommodate 3,192 passengers, and has 1,550 cabins, of which about 60% possess private balconies. She has fourteen public decks, eight restaurants, six boutiques, five pools (Endless pool, Beachcomber pool, Laguna pool, and the Terrace pool) and three show lounges, including the largest theatre on a British ship. Passengers are also able to walk to the very front of the ship to the bow, which is not possible on any other P&O ship except AZURA .
The ship is intended to be family friendly, offering The Reef youth club, and appearances by the children's character Noddy. The ship includes outdoor children's play areas and two pools specifically for families with one pool exclusively to adults.
After being handed over on the 29 March, VENTURA arrived in Southampton in the morning of 6 April 2008, ahead of its first mini cruise to Belgium on 11 April, and her Maiden voyage on 18 April.
British actress Dame Helen Mirren officially christened VENTURA and became the ship's Godmother, prior to her maiden cruise to the Mediterranean Sea. In a break with tradition, instead of Dame Helen simply pressing a button to send a cradled champagne bottle towards the ship, she commanded a team of Royal Marine Commandos to assist her in naming Ventura in a dramatic abseil.
Decks and dining
Main restaurants
VENTURA features three main dining rooms. The largest is the Bay Tree Restaurant, with the Saffron and Cinnamon restaurants being two similar sized smaller restaurants. Both the Bay Tree and Saffron restaurants feature traditional set time dining, whereas the Cinnamon restaurant features freedom dining, allowing passengers to choose which time to eat.
Other restaurants
VENTURA has three alternative restaurants. East is an Asian styled restaurant offering Asian and Pacific cuisine. The Glasshouse is a winebar and restaurant, replacing Ramblas (an informal Spanish themed restaurant) from April 2013. Located on Deck 15 is the Waterside Restaurant which is VENTURA’s main self-service buffet restaurant, which is open 24 hours a day. The Beach House is part of the main buffet during the day, and becomes an informal family restaurant in the evening. Frankie's Pizzeria and Grill are located by the Laguna pool and are inspired by the informal restaurant chain created by Marco Pierre White and Frankie Dettori. The White Room, located on Deck 17 is a restaurant also created by chef Marco Pierre White, and serves Mediterranean style fine cuisine. Tazzine, located on Deck 5, is an Italian style coffee bar, serving hot and cold beverages, light snacks and desserts.
Decks
Cirque deck
Both the sports court and golf nets are situated on Cirque Deck. This is the ships highest deck that is available to passengers.
Sky Deck
Sky Deck is the location of Metropolis, a bar and observation lounge at the aft of the ship.Also an access point to the Cirque deck.
Sports deck
Marco Pierre White's restaurant The White Room is situated at the aft end of Sports Deck, and the Oasis Pool is located forward.
Sun deck
The ships gymnasium and spa are located forward on Sun Deck, along with The Reef youth center at the aft of the ship.
Lido Deck
The Lido Deck is the main pool deck on Ventura, with the Beachcomber and Laguna pools situated midships. At the aft of Lido Deck are the Waterside and Beach House self-service restaurants. Forward of the pool deck are suites, balcony and inside cabins.
Riviera Deck
The Terrace Pool is located on Riviera Deck at the aft of the ship. This deck also has suite, balconies, and inside cabins.
A Deck
A Deck (Australia Deck) is a passenger cabin deck, with suites, balconies and inside cabins.
B Deck
B (Barbados Deck) Deck is a passenger cabin deck, with balconies and inside cabins.
C Deck
C (Canada Deck) Deck is a passenger cabin deck, with suites, balconies and inside cabins.
D Deck
D (Dominica Deck) Deck is a passenger cabin deck, with suites, deluxe and regular balconies and inside cabins.
E Deck
E (Ecuador Deck) Deck is a passenger cabin deck, with suites,deluxe and regular balconies, outside and inside cabins.
Promenade Deck
Promenade Deck is the ships main entertainment deck, with several bars, shops, restaurants and lounges, along with the top level of the atrium. The upper tier of the Arena Theater and the wrap-around outdoor promenade are also located on Promenade Deck.
F Deck
F (Fiji Deck) Deck is the location of the casino and the lower tier of the Arena Theater, as well as the middle level of the atrium, which is the location of several shops and the guest services desk. Two of the main restaurants, the Bay Tree and Saffron are situated on this deck.
P Deck
P (Panama Deck) Deck is the lowest passenger deck on the ship, and is the location of the bottom level of the atrium, which is surrounded by the library, internet lounge, art gallery, Tazzine cafe and the Cinnamon restaurant.
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KOMOWAI

Built 1947 as a cargo passenger vessel by A.W. Setree, Huskinson, NSW, Australia for W. R Carpenter & Co.
Launched as KOMAIWAI
Tonnage 140 grt, 91 nrt, dim. 77.0 x 19.6 x 8 ft.
One Caterpillar 6-cyl. diesel engine 100 bhp. Speed 6 knots.
Wooden hull with 6 passenger cabins, 50 deck passengers, crew 17.
1947 completed.

In service in Fiji in short interisland trips. Principal cargo copra on the stamp she is loading copra at Tavenui Island. Copra transported between shore and ship in vessel own boats.
1947 Sold to Island Transport Ltd.
1960 Hulked and scrapped in Fiji.
Fiji 1954 ½d sg280, scott152.
Source: Log Book 6/45. Compendium of Australasian Merchant Ships 1831-2008.

TABILAI

The “tabilai” is a fast interisland single outrigger canoe in the Fiji Islands; small size extant on some outer islands. Early canoes used for war purpose. Dugout hull left solid at the ends; double ended with narrow vertical cutwaters; hull strengthened by gunwale rails. Partly decked. Three main booms extend to the float, plus numerous shorter booms and stringers; platform rests on booms in the hull area. Float and main booms connected by a pair of divergent stanchions. Sets a triangular sail with the apex tacked to forward end; raking mast pivoted to opposite end when tacking, the outrigger kept to windward. Sail boomed at the foot.
Also sculled. Early boats exceptionally long.
Fiji 1977 15c sg546, scott381 (Navicula gives, the canoe depict in the coat of arms of Fiji and showed on many stamps depict the “tabilai”.)
Source: From Aak to Zumbra, a Dictionary of the world’s watercraft.

PAJUTTAAT

The maxi chart gives the PAJUTTAAT, the stamp is very unclear but most probably the same vessel is depict on the stamp, sailing during the night in waters were growlers are floating around the reason she has on the forefront of the bridge three search lights. I have been sailing many years in the waters of Newfoundland were we have had the same problem during the night, icebergs you could easily pick up on the radar screen but the floating pieces of ice (growlers) some heavy, were very difficult to find and could easily hole the bow of your ship when hit.
She was built as a cargo reefer vessel under yard No 158 by the Svendborg Skibsvaerft, Svendborg, Denmark for the Royal Arctic Line A/S in Nuuk, Greenland.
August 1978 keel laid down.
December 1978 launched as the PAJUTTAAT.
Tonnage 950 grt, 383 nrt, 1,300 dwt, dim. 63.00 x 12.0 x 6.3m. draught 3.92m, length bpp. 55.8m.
One diesel engine, speed 11 knots. (here main engine was replaced in 2000 by a MAN B&W Alpha diesel, 1,280 kW, service speed 12.5 knots.) BL23/30A
Cargo capacity 2,036 m³, capacity for 28 teu’s of which 19 reefer containers.
02 April 1979 completed.

After completing used in the liner service of the Royal Arctic Line mostly in the coast waters of Greenland.
2014 In service same name and owners, IMO No 7724540, gross tonnage given as 1,171 grt.
A replacement has been ordered in Poland which will be delivered in 2015.
Greenland 2014 11.50 Kr. Sg?, scott?
Source Various web-sites http://www.miramarshipindex.org.nz

MEDITERRANEAN GALEASS

MEDITERRANEAN GALEASS
The design appears to have been taken from drawing 340 on page 136 in “the ship” a reconstruction of an Italian drawing of a galleass dated 1669. It’s dimensions have been calculated to be 164’ stem to stern and 42½‘in breadth. It was propelled by 300 – 350 oarsmen on 50 oars, and carried about 20 guns.
Source: Watercraft Philately 1978 page 15.
Aak to Zumbra a Dictionary of the World’s Watercraft gives on the Mediterranean galleass:
Developed toward the end of the 15th century from the Venetian galeazza as a large and heavy oared sailing vessel. Some conducted naval excursions into the Atlantic. Some built on the northwest coast of Spain. Distinguished from the galley by its decking, a type of grating that covered the rowers; this decking made handling the sails and launching weapons easier since the galleass was more heavily armed than the ordinary galley. High poop, raised deck forward; recurved or a ram beak at the bow; square stern. Mostly three masted, setting all lateen sails or a combination of square and lateen. Rowed with 3-7 men to an oar, 25 – 32 oars per side, requiring as many as 343 rowers. In addition, there would be ca 120 sailors and perhaps 170 soldiers. Reported lengths 47 – 80m; length-to-beam ratio ca 5:1.
Bulgaria 1977 43st sg2602 scott2436.
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Tynwald

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Tynwald was built by Robert Napier and launched in 1846. With a gross tonnage of 700, she had dimensions: 188 ft. (b.p.) x 27 ft. x 13 ft 6 in. and was rigged as a barquentine. Her cost was £21,500 and she was in service until 1866 when she was sold. A particular point of interest is that her figure head represented a Manx - Scandinavian king in armour.
British Sailors Society label. SG543 Sea Breezes7/54
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Re: Tynwald

Postby aukepalmhof » Tue Jul 07, 2009 9:48 pm

She was built as an iron 3-mast paddle steamer by R.Napier & Sons at Glasgow for the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company Ltd.
Launched on 28 April 1846 under the name TYNWALD, named after the ancient hull or mound upon which the laws of the island are yearly promulgated.
Tonnage 700 tons, dim. 188 x 13.6 x 16.6ft.
Oscillating steam engine 280 nhp, speed around 18/19 knots.
She carried a figurehead of a full length Manx Scandinavian king in armor. Had a clipper bow.
Had accommodation for 781 passengers.
Building cost £ 21.500.

Used in the passenger and cargo service between Liverpool and the Island of Man. Her cabins were elegantly furnished and decorated and there was a large deck-saloon.
Her first voyage from Liverpool to Douglas a distance of 84 miles, she covered in 4 hours and 18 minutes.
When on charter with the Liverpool and Belfast Company in December 1846 she collided with the mail steamer URGENT during dense fog, damaged one of her paddleboxes. There was a repair bill of £386 but the company claimed from the other party the nice sum of £2.004 in compensation for damage and loss of earnings, the claim was settled for £ 1.489.
During the winter seasons in 1850 she was chartered for a voyage to the Mediterranean, she made calls in Gibraltar, Genoa and Leghorn before returning home, she made the roundtrip in 30 days.
December 1863 in collision with the Naval brig WILD WAVE, costing the company £1.128.
During 1861 she carried the new appointed Lieutenant Governor Pigott to the island, he settled in Douglass.
From 1863 was she only used as cargo vessel.
1866 Sold for £5.000 to Caird and Co in part payment for TYNWALD II. Broken up the same year.

On the stamp she is depict moored alongside in the port of Douglas.

Source: West Coast Steamers by Duckworth and Langmuir. Island Lifeline by Connery Chappell. Some websites but lost the URL.
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