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M-S ATA
Copyright 2008 by (serkan)
Uploaded 2008-04-09 - Downloaded 6878 times
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M-S ATA.zip
Size: 5 MB

i hope u like her, enjoy
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Wightlink Ferries 'Cenred'
Copyright 2008 by Will Morgan (CaptainWill)
Uploaded 2008-04-26 - Downloaded 6881 times
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Wightlink Ferries 'Cenred'.zip
Size: 5.5 MB

FinnWolf MV Cynder
Copyright 2010 by RegalEmpressFan (RegalEmpressFan)
Uploaded 2010-04-20 - Downloaded 1438 times
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FinnWolf MV Cynder.zip
Size: 3.6 MB

A fictional highspeed ferry built for FinnWolf Ferries in 1994.
m/v Oceanic Navigator
Copyright 2008 by Will Morgan (CaptainWill)
Uploaded 2008-08-06 - Downloaded 14507 times
Download:
m/v Oceanic Navigator.zip
Size: 9 MB

Silja Europa 1/3
Copyright 2010 by Christian (schmitty)
Uploaded 2010-05-02 - Downloaded 22080 times
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Silja Europa 1/3.zip
Size: 9.1 MB

The Silja Europa was the biggest ferry on the world for many years.
Today she is operating between Stockholm ans Turku for the Tallink / Silja Line. (2010)

Attention: This is a hight poly-model.

You need all three download-file to play the model in Virtual Sailor
(Silja_Europa_1.zip and Silja_Europa_2.zip and Silja_Europa_3.zip)

File 1 of 3

Version 1.0.0
Silja Europa 2/3
Copyright 2010 by Christian (schmitty)
Uploaded 2010-05-02 - Downloaded 10200 times
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Silja Europa 2/3.zip
Size: 1.5 MB

The Silja Europa was the biggest ferry on the world for many years.
Today she is operating between Stockholm ans Turku for the Tallink / Silja Line. (2010)

Attention: This is a hight poly-model.

You need all three download-file to play the model in Virtual Sailor
(Silja_Europa_1.zip and Silja_Europa_2.zip and Silja_Europa_3.zip)

File 2 of 3

Version 1.0.0
RMS Poseidon
Copyright 2008 by Patrick Henderson (Paddymagee)
Uploaded 2008-09-06 - Downloaded 13126 times
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RMS Poseidon.zip
Size: 6 MB

RMS Poseidon (1934) of Britannia Line... enjoy!
RMS Britannia
Copyright 2008 by Patrick Henderson (Paddymagee)
Uploaded 2008-09-06 - Downloaded 12351 times
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RMS Britannia.zip
Size: 5.6 MB

Britannia line's last Ocean liner built specifically for the trans-atlantic run (1966)... enjoy!
Deepsea-Livestyle Cruise Ship
Copyright 2010 by (Ddorf)
Uploaded 2010-05-23 - Downloaded 4747 times
Download:
Deepsea-Livestyle Cruise Ship.zip
Size: 3.4 MB

The boat is the perfect blend of a luxury yacht, an explorership and a modern cruise ship. The model includes full interior:
The bridge, the lobby, a spa center, oberservations lounge, cabins with balcony, an ā la carte restaurant and an theater.
Have fun =)
NEW: A little youtube vid about it=)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G8dfEIyFnkA
SS Dinard
Copyright 2008 by C.A.Moore (pusser)
Uploaded 2008-10-24 - Downloaded 5013 times
Download:
SS Dinard.zip
Size: 10.4 MB

SS.Dinard

The Southern Railways steam turbine cross-channel ferry Dinard, built in 1924 by Denny (Dumbarton, River Clyde).
As built, she was 2294 gross tons and carried 1300 passengers (354 in berths).

Dinard served on the night route between Southampton and St Malo, for which a speed of 19 knots with 5276 hp was adequate.
She served with distinction in World War 2, being both at Dunkirk and Normandy,as Hospital Ship,
but required major refurbishment after being returned to civilian service.
The demand for the transportation of cars to France was increasing, so Dinard was rebuilt as a car-ferry,
returning to service in June 1947 between Dover (and Folkestone) and Boulogne, with tonnage reduced to 1769grt,
and a capacity of 363 passengers and 70 cars.
She passed to the nationalised British Railways in 1948. At this stage cars were still crane-loaded aboard,
but in 1953 she received modifications to the stern, allowing cars to be loaded over a ramp,
inaugurating the drive-on service between Dover and Boulogne on which Dinard remained until withdrawn in 1958.

Instead of being scrapped, Dinard was sold to become the first ship of mighty Baltic ferry giants Viking Line,
whose operations began on 1st June 1959 between Gräddö and Korppoo, for Åland owners Gunnar Eklund and Henning Rundberg.
They renamed her Viking, after further modifications to car capacity and appearance had been made.
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