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On this page ... the ships, copyright, the shipbuilders, ships by year of build, a thank you list, some data sources, page bottom (An interesting German advert for 'Bionade', a drink).
A short-cut to the vessels. A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z
In these pages I will advise such data as I have located about the shipbuilders of the City of Sunderland, U.K. A work in progress indeed! A 'best efforts' today, based upon the limited & generally incomplete references the webmaster has so far read. Many shipbuilders still to be added in (would you believe close to 400!). Why ever did I start all this?
Corrections in any of the material which follows, however tiny, would be most welcome. And additions, of course! Even the list of shipbuilder names is difficult! I am trying to list them in alpha sequence by exact business name, or by surname if an individual.
At the end of the section on each shipbuilder, I have commenced a list of the vessels built by that shipbuilder. Very much, also, a work in progress! I will add more vessels as I locate them. The lists are already, however, become very long indeed. In that regard, 'Where Ships Are Born' lists the numbers & tonnage of ships launched on the River Wear for each year from 1835 to 1952. It would seem, if my mathematics is good, that there were 9,811 2/3 vessels over those years. The 2/3 is not the webmaster's typing error! The volume reports 41 2/3 vessels launched in 1947. Amazingly, there appears to be no reference in the book to the 2/3 or to the story behind that fraction. There must be one, I suspect. Do you happen to know what it is?
Now we know, thanks to Robert Hunter, the story about the '2/3 ship', which relates to Helix/Armilla, as you can read here.
As the penultimate paragraph above was added to the page, in early Jan. 2007, we had 117 vessels listed. And 135 were listed at the end of Jan. 2007. 164, 200 & 225 at the ends of Feb., Mar. & Apl. 2007. 269 at the end of May, 2007. 302, 333, 364, 391, 425 at the ends of the months of Jun. through Oct. 2007. 458 at the end of November 2007 & 492 at the end of Dec. 2007. Well over 500 (528) at the end of Jan. 2008. 564 at the end of Feb. 2008. 606, 643, 675 & 712 at the ends of the months of Mar., Apl., May & Jun. 2008. 747 at the end of Jul. 2008 & 778 at the end of Aug. 2008. 800 on Sep. 22, 2008 & 807 at month end. 837 at the end of Oct. 2008. 894 at the end of Nov. 2008. 900 on Dec. 4, 2008 & 929 on Dec. 31, 2008. 962 at the end of Jan. 2009 & 989 at Feb. 28, 2009 & 1000 on Mar. 13, 2009. 1014 at the end of Mar. 2009. 1047 at the end of Apl. 2009 & 1082 at the end of May 2009. 1100 on Jun. 20, 2009 & 1114 at Jun. 30, 2009. 1128, 1135, 1153 & 1175 at the ends of Jul., Aug., Sep. & Oct. 2009 as the total site had to be moved to its current location. 1200 on Nov. 23, 2009, 1205 at month end & 1236 at Dec. 31, 2009. 1250 on Jan 18, 2010. 1258 at the end of Jan. 2010 & 1282 at Feb. 28, 2010. 1300 on Mar. 22, 2010, 1307 at month end, 1334 at Apl. 30, 2010, 1363 at May 31, 2010 & 1391 at Jun. 30, 2010. 1400 on Jul. 12, 2010, 1418 at Jul. 31, 2010, 1446 at Aug. 31, 2010, 1459 at Sep. 30, 2010, 1473 at Oct. 31, 2010 & 1487 at Nov. 30, 2010. 1500 on Dec. 28, 2010, 1501 at Dec. 31, 2010, 1522 at Jan. 31, 2011, 1554 at Feb. 28, 2011 & 1595 at Mar. 31, 2011. 1600 on Apl. 6, 2011. Apl. 2011 was a good month, up to 1634 at month end. 1669 at the end of May 2011, & 1690 at the end of Jun. 2011. 1700 on Jul. 8, 2011, 1723 at Jul. 31, 2011, 1739 at Aug. 31, 2011 & 1769 at Sep. 30, 2011. 1800 on Oct. 30, 2011 & at month end Oct. 2011, 1826 at Nov. 30, 2011, 1841 at Dec. 31, 2011, 1845 at Jan. 31, 2012, 1866 at Feb. 29, 2012 & 1882 at Mar. 31, 2012. 1892 at Apl. 30, 2012, 1897 at May 31, 2012. 1900 on Jun. 14, 2012 & at Jun. 30, 2012. 1902 at Jul. 31, 2012 & 1903 at Aug. 31, 2012. 1904 at Sep. 30, 2012 & 1905 at both Oct. 31, & Nov. 30, 2012. 1906 at Dec. 31, 2012 & Jan 31, 2013. 1907 at Feb. 28, 2013, 1908 at Jun. 30, 2013, 1909 at Mar. 31, 2014, 1910 at Apl. 30, 2014 & 1911 at October 31, 2014. 1913 at Feb. 28, 2015, 1916 at Apl. 30, 2015 & 1918 at May 31, 2015. 1919 at Jun. 30, 2015, 1922 at Jul. 31, 2015, 1925 at Aug. 31, 2015, 1926 at May 31, 2016, 1928 at Oct. 31, 2016, 1929 at Feb. 28, 2017, 1930 at Mar. 31, 2017. We are making progress. Just maybe a few more when you drop by. But a long way indeed to yet go! Still just a tiny percentage (about 17%) of the total are listed.
A few of the listings are modest indeed. When I started these pages, I often created an entry when I found but a single reference to that particular vessel. To later be expanded. I do not do that any longer, but there are still a few with such limited, often negligible, data. In time, hopefully, such listings will be properly expanded. And become more comprehensive.
Copyright? I may include in these pages data and/or images that are still in copyright, a matter which is most difficult for the webmaster to track. I try to indicate the sources wherever practical. If you are the copyright owner of any of the material included in these pages, & would wish it removed, please be in touch & I will gladly remove it. But probably with some regret! And probably I would wish to try to replace the material from a source which is acceptable. You can contact me here.
Many of the images that are referenced within the site are from eBay. Now call me stubborn if you wish, but I am now declining to reference eBay images which have across them what I would call 'excessive' or 'objectionable' logos. I choose not to identify the 'offenders'. In my view, rightly or wrongly, NOBODY wishes to view such images & the sooner eBay vendors collectively discontinue the practice the better. And those vendor pages which attempt to restrict downloading of eBay listing images, such as those who use the services of 'auctiva.com' for that purpose, are similarly misguided. My view, again rightly or wrongly, is that by including on site links to eBay images, & there are many hundreds of such links, this site is effectively promoting & enhancing the sale of the applicable item - which is not my purpose but is likely the actual result. Not to be commended or condemned. Just the reality. No purchaser of an eBay auction item should, in my view, ever expect that listing images, generally of modest size, displayed to & available to the whole wide world, are somehow sacrosanct. And that by purchasing the related item they have rights to the listing images. They do not!
AA Aarne, Abaco, Abbas, Abbey Holme, Abchurch, Abdullah, Abeer Delta, Aber, Abercorn, Abereden, Abergeldie, Abha Zahabia, Abington, Aboukir built 1906, Aboukir built 1907, Abrota, Abyssinia, Acaster, Achilles, Achillet, Aco, Acorn, Acqua Blu, Acrux, Acuario, Adalia, Adamandios, Adamandios Georgandis, Adamantine, Adana, Adelina Patti, Adelphi Couppa, Adelsö, Adine, Adjutant, Administrator, Admiraal de Ruijter, Admiraal de Ruyter, Admiral, Admiral Fitzroy, Admiral Fraser, Admiral L'Hermite, Adolf, Adolf Deppe, Adone, Adria, Adriatic Bulker, Adriatico, Adrien, Advance built 1864, Advance built 1974, Adventurer built 1930, Adventurer built 1960,
AE Aeakos, Aeas, Aegean Bulker, Aegean Sun, Aegeus, Aegis Beauty, Aegis Bounty, Aegis Courage, Aegis Epic, Aegis Saga, Aenos built 1910, Aenos built 1920, Aert Van Der Neer, Afghanistan, Afovos, African, Africa Palm, Afrika, Aftadelfos, Agadir, Agda, Age, Agelos Michael, Aghia Marina, Aghia Thalassini, Aghios Dimitrios, Aghios Nicolaos, Agia Anna, Agia Efimia, Agia Efymia, Agia Skepi, Agincourt, Agios Andreas, Agios Antonios, Agios Constantinos, Agios Giorgis, Agios Nikolas, Agios Spyridon, Agis Asteriadis, Agnete, Agnete Torm, Agni, Agostino M., Agricola,
AI Ainamo, Aino Nurminen, Aira, Airlie, Akarnania, Akaroa, Akera, Akershus built 1874, Akrogiali, Akropolis, Alar, Alastor, Alauda, Alba, Albatross, Albert, Alberto Fassio, Albion, Albistan, Alcamo, Alcobaça, Alcyone Fortune, Alderpool, Aldington Court built 1929, Aldington Court built 1944, Alecos, Alegria, Alekos K, Alenquer, Alesandria, Alexa, Alexandra built 1874, Alexandra built 1964, Alexandros, Alexandros B, Alexis Athans, Alfa, Alfaraj, Alfonso Senra, Alfred Calvert, Alfred Hawley, Alfred Kreglinger, Algarve, Algoma, Al Hafizu, Aliadrikni, Aliakmon, Alice built 1860, Alice Marie built 1920, Alice Thompson, Alikrator, Al Johffa, Alkaid, Allan C., Allonby built 1882, Allonby built 1883 or 1884, Alma, Almen, Almenara, Almond Branch, Al Nabila, Alpac Africa, Alpheta, Alpine Crag, Alppila, Al Riyadh, Alsatia, Als Strength, Alstertor, Alston, Altai, Altkirch, Al Turab, Aluco, Alumbagh, Alvah, Alva Star, Alwardi 5, Amadine, Amaryllis, Ambassador built 1852, Ambassador built 1945, Amberley Castle, Amberton built 1928, Amberton built 1959, Amberwitch, Ambient, Ambrizete, Amer Asha, Amerika, Amersham, Amiral L'Hermite, Amir Joy, Amity built 1854, Amore, Amphion built 1907, Amphion built 1978, Amra, Amyl, Amy Serena, Anacreon, Anastasia V, Anastas Mikoyan, Anastassia, Anastassios, Anastassios A. Syrmas, Anastassios Pateras, Anat, Anavissos, Ancestor, Ancient Mariner, Andelle, Anders Dedekam, Andrada, Andreas Panou, André Chénier, André Masset, Andre Marti, Andrew T., Andria, Andromachi, Andromeda, Andros, Andwi built 1947, Andulo, Anella, Anemi, An Fu Jiang, Angel, Angel Gabriel, Angelic Power, Angeliki, Angelina, Angelino, Angiolina, Anglet, Anglian Coast, Anglo-African built 1900, Anglo-African built 1929, Anglo-Australian built 1927, Anglo-Brazilian, Anglo-Californian, Anglo-Canadian built 1901, Anglo-Canadian built 1928, Anglo-Chilean built 1916, Anglo-Chilian built 1898, Anglo-Egyptian, Anglo-Indian built 1858, Anglo-Indian built 1925, Anglo Indian or Anglo-Indian built 1938, Anglo-Mexican, Anglo-Peruvian built 1905, Anglo-Peruvian built 1926, Anglos, Anglo-Saxon, Anker, An Kuo, Anna built 1859, Anna Dracopoulos, Annajm, Anna L., Annalisa, Anna Sophia, Anne, Annefield, Anne Forster, Anneliese, Annette Fritzen, Annie Archbell, Annie Comrie, Annie Forster, Annie Scott, Annie Thomas, Annunciation Day, Anoula A., An Shun, An Tai, Antar built 1920, Antar built 1941, Anten, Anteo built 1890, Anteo built 1894, Antequera, Anthi, Anthia, Antibes, Anticosti, Antigoon, Antinoe built 1894, Antinoe built 1902, Antium, Antofagasta, Antoinette, Antonakis, Antonina, Antonio, Antonio Garcia, Antonios, Antonios D., Antonios Ventouris, Antonis, Antonis G. Lemos, Anunciada, Anyuan 9,
AO Apocalypsis, Appleton, Apsleyhall, Aquila, Aquilae, Aquiline, Aquitania, Arabella built 1953, Arabia, Arabian Merchant, Arabier, Arab Steed, Aragonese, Araguil, Arataia, Araunah, Arc, Arcadian Chivalry, Arcadian Fame, Arcadian Freedom, Arcadian Glory, Arcadian Pride, Archanda, Archer, Archon Serafim, Arcot, Arctic, Arcwear, Ardenhall, Ardingly, Ardmarie, Ardrowan, Ardtara, Argo built 1864, Argo built 1880, Argolikos, Argolis, Argonaftis, Argus, Argyll built 1901, Argyll built 1939, Argyra, Ariadne Christine, Ariadne Pandelis, Arica, Aries built 1862, Aries built 1960, Arietta, Arion, Ariosto, Aris, Aris K., Aristides, Ariston, Arkadia, Arkansas, Arkay, Arlington Court, Arma, Armas, Armilla, Armonia II, Armonikos, Arna, Arnewood, Arraiolos, Arranmead, Arranmoor built 1904, Arranmoor built 1915, Artemisia built 1862, Artemisia built 1920, Artemon, Arthur Serena, Arthur Wright, Artiba, Artisan, Arturo Serena, Artygia, Arundel, Arya Bod, Aryl, Arzila, Asakaze Maru, Asean Pride, Asean Progress, Ashford, Ashlea, Ashley, Ashmore, Ashoka Jayanti, Ash, Ashwin, Ashworth, Asia, Asian Liner, Asiatic, Asiatic Prince built 1888, Aslaug Haaland, Aslaug Røgenæs, Asp, Aspasia, Aspen built 1897, Aspen built 1936, Asplund, Aspyr, Assam, Assios, Assos, Asta, Astarea, Astarte, Asters, Asther, Astir, Astoria built 1885, Astoria built 1902, Astrality, Astrid, Asturienne, Astyanax, Atalanti, Athanassia, Athelcrest, Athelduke, Athelknight, Athen, Atheras, Atland, Atlantic City, Atlantico, Atlanticway, Atlas built 1861, Atlas built 1929, Atomena, Atys,
AU Audax, August Moon, Augusto, Auk, Aunt Lizzie, Aurania built 1899, Aurania built 1950, Aurifera, Aurora, Aurora P, Australasia, Australind built 1961, Australind built 1978, Avance, Avanguardia, Avanti, Aviemoor, Avisbay, Avisbank, Avisfaith, Avisglen, Avisvale, Avon, Avon River, Aylestone, Aymeric, Ayr, Ayton built 1876, Azalea, Azteca,
BA Babitonga, Badagry, Badagry Palm, Baden, Badjestan, Badminton, Baffin Bay, Bagdale, Bagnoli, Bahamas Gem, Bahia, Bahia Blanca, Bahia Castillo, Bainsizza, Baldur, Balear, Ballochmyle, Ballyholme Bay, Ballylagan, Ballyrobert, Ballywalter, Balmacarra, Balmoral, Baltic Vanguard, Baltic Venture, Baltraffic, Banca, Banderas, Banffshire, Bangkok Trader, Bangor Bay, Bankhall, Bankstone, Bann, Bantria, Barbara built 1877, Barbara built 1923, Barbara built 1962, Barbara Marie built 1923, Barbaras, Barbro Bratt, Baria, Barkand, Barkla, Barlby, Barnby, Baron Aberdare, Baron Ardrossan, Baron Cathcart, Baron Elphinstone, Baron Kelvin, Baron Kinnaird, Baron Pentland, Baronsmore built 1860, Baron Wemyss, Barracoo, Barrington Court, Barrister, Bartley, Basil built 1945, Basil built 1948, Basilisk, Basingcreek, Batavia, Batiscan, Batsford, Battersea, Bavington, Bawean, Baxtergate built 1925, Baxtergate built 1944, Bayard, Bazan,
BE Bea Bellido, Beatrix, Beaufront, Beaverbank, Becheville, Beechbank, Beechmore, Beecroft, Beethoven, Begoña No. 1, Begoña No. 2, Begoña No. 3, Begoña VI, Behera, Belas, Belem, Belgian Prince, Belgica, Belisama, Belkas, Belle built 1863, Belle built 1974, Belle of France, Belle Rose, Belloc, Beltana, Belvidera built 1860, Belvina, Benarty, Benavon built 1905, Benavon built 1949, Bencliff, Ben Corlic, Bencruachan, Benedict, Bengala, Bengal Star, Benhiant, Benhope, Beni Saf, Benjamin Greene, Benlawers, Benledi, Benlomond built 1911, Benlomond built 1914, Bennachie, Ben Nevis, Benrinnes, Benvannoch built 1944, Benvannoch also built 1944, Benvenue, Berane, Berean, Beresina, Berezina, Berga, Berkshire, Bermudian, Bernard, Berwell Adventure, Berwick Law, Bertha, Berwind, Beskidy, Bessie, Bestwood, Beteigeuze, Beth, Betswood, Beukelsdijk, Beykoz, B. G. Baker, Bharatjal,
BI Biafra, Bibury, Bickley, Bilbeis, Bille, Billiter Buildings, Billiter House, Billiter Square, Billiter Street, Bin Lootah, Bint El Sheikh, Birch, Birchbank built 1973, Birchgrove, Birch Grove, Bir Hakeim, Birkenau, Bitten, Björnvik, Black Diamond, Blackwall Point, Blackwell, Blackwell Point, Blairbeg, Blakemoor, Blanefield, Blankvann, Bleamoor, Blenda, Blida, Blommersdijk, Bloomfield, Blötberg, Bluebell, Blue Cross, Blue Dolphin, Blue Jacket built 1883, Blue Pearl, Bluewater, Blus, Blythmoor,
BO Boatswain, Boblodock, Bodin, Bodmin Moor, Bogen, Bohème, Bolma, Bombala, Bona, Bonanza, Bondicar, Bong San, Boniface, Bonifacio, Booker Venture, Borba, Bordabarri, Bordagain, Bordazuri, Borde, Borderer, Border Lass, Border Reiver, Border Terrier, Boreas, Bore V, Borg built 1888, Borg also built 1888, Borgfred, Borgsten, Bortonius, Boryslaw, Bosnia, Bosphorus, Boston City, Boston L, Bougainville, Bougaroni, Bounty, Bounty III, Bourgogne, Boverton, Bowcombe, Boyne, Brabant, Bracondale, Bradford City, Braemar, Braemar Castle, Braeside, Braga, Bragança, Braganza, Brahan Castle, Bramber, Brandanger, Brandon, Branksome, Branscombe, Bransfield, Brantingham, Brask, Brazen Eagle, Bredon, Breeze, Bremsnes, Brenda, Brenner, Brent, Brentford, Brent Knoll, Brentwood, Brescia, Briansk, Brick Decimo, Brick Dodicesimo, Bride, Bridgepool, Bridgeport, Brier Holme, Brigadier, Bright Fan, Brighton built 1928, Brighton built 1960, Bright Sea, Brighu, Brigitta, Bris, Brilliant Zhejiang, Brinkburn, Brita, Britannia built 1851, Britannia built 1883, Britannia built 1894, British Advocate, British Ambassador, British Beech, British Builder, British Cavalier, British Chancellor, British Coast, British Councillor, British Craftsman, British Diplomat, British Drummer, British Duke, British Empire, British Envoy, British Fern, British Fortune, British Genius, British Glory, British Liberty, British Lord, British Major, British Marquis, British Marshal, British Monarch, British Navigator, British Prince, British Princess, British Prudence, British Reliance, British Renown, British Rose, British Rover, British Tar, British Vision, British Warrior, British Willow, Britkon, Britsum, Brixham built 1885, Brixton, Brockleymoor, Bromsgrove, Brooklyn, Brother, Brothers and Sisters, Browning, Bruce M., Brucoli, Brunetto, Brunsnis, Brunswick Wharf, Bryansk, Bryde-Anna, Brynhild, B. T. Robinson,
BU Bucentaur, Bucintoro, Buena Ventura II, Bugloss, Bulgaria, Bulk I, Bullfinch, Bunuan, Burbo Bank, Burhaven, Burlington, Burmese Prince, Burnholme, Burutu Palm, Burwah, Bushranger, Bussum, Butanga, Bute, Butetown, Bytom
CA C. A. Bade, Cabinet, Cabo Palos, Cadmus, Cadwgan, Caernarvon, Caesarea, Cairnavon built 1905, Cairnesk built 1926, Cairnesk built 1959, Cairnglen built 1926, Cairnglen built 1959, Cairngowan built 1883, Cairngowan built 1911, Cairnisla, Cairnmona built 1918, Cairnnevis, Cairnross built 1894, Cairnross built 1921, Cairntorr built 1904, Cairnvalona, Cairo, Caithness built 1902, Caithness built 1918, Caithness built 1935, Caldy Light, Caledonia built 1815, Caledonia built 1874, Caledonia built 1889, Caledonie, California, Caliros, Calliope, Calluna, Caltex Calcutta, Caltex Kenya, Caltex Tanganyika, Calumet, Calypso IV, Camberley, Camboinhas, Cambria, Cambrian Chieftain, Cambrian Duchess, Camden, Camellia built 1858, Camellia built 1913, Camerata, Camperdown, Campion, Campo Basso, Campos, Canadian Prospector, Canberra, Canby, Canopus, Cantabro, Canterbury Star, Canton, Cape Breton, Capelcastle, Capella, Cape Ora, Capetan Chronis, Capetan Giannis, Capetan Leonidas, Captain Lygnos, Capetan Manolis built 1924, Capetan Manolis built 1934, Capetan Minas, Cape Wrath, Capirona, Capitaine Cook III, Capitaine Louis Malbert, Capitol, Capo San Marco, Captain J. M. Donaldson, Captain Lemos, Captain Theo, Caradoc, Carbella, Cardiff Hall built 1895, Cardiff Hall built 1912, Caribbean Memories, Carica Milica, Carl, Carla, Carlisle, Carlisle City, Carlo Garre, Carlos Tartiere, Carlton built 1924, Carlton built 1964, Carmela, Carmella, Carmelo, Carmen built 1930, Carmen built 1953, Carnatic, Carnation, Carnia, Caroline Hemsoth, Caron P. E., Carrel, Carrianna Peony, Cartaretta, Cartenée, Carteretta, Carterside, Carterswell, Carthusian, Carvoeiro, Cashmere, Castello, Cast Fulmar, Castillo Almansa, Castillo Bellver, Castillo Gibralfaro, Castillo Guadalest, Castillo Monforte, Castillo Oropesa, Castle, Castleford built 1883, Castle Holme, Castle Peak, Catalina, Catalunya, Cate B, Caterina P, Catharina Oldendorff, Cathay Trader, Catrine, Caucasian, Cavaliere Michele Russo, Caymont,
CE Cecil, Cedarbank, Cedar Branch built 1910, Cedar Hill, Cedartree built 1913, Cedartree built 1928, Cefnbryn, Celaeno, Celerol, Celestial Empire, Celine, Celtic Monarch, Celtic Prince, Celtic Princess, Celtic Race, Cengio, Centaurus, Cento, Centurion, Cereal, Cerealia, Cervino, Ceylan Sailor, Ceylon, Chacma, Chala, Champlain, Chang Shun 6, Chania II, Chanticleer built 1857, Chanticleer built 1862, Char Cheng, Char Chun, Charente built 1862, Charente also built 1862, Chariclia, Charlotte, Charles Racine, Charlton Mira, Charlton Venus, Charrington, Chasehill, Chaturanga, Chef Mécanicien Durand, Cheltenham, Chelwood, Chelydra, Chepica, Chepstow Castle, Cheriton, Cherry Crystal, Cherry Duke, Cherryleaf, Cherry Orient, Cherrywood, Chertsey, Cheshire, Chetvertyi Krabolov, Cheviot, Cheviot Range, Chian Star, Chicago City, Chieftain, Chi Hing, Chi Hwa, Chimborazo, China Fir, China Progress, China Prospect, Chincha, Chios Aeinaftis, Chios Sailor, Chios Sky, Chios Unity, Chios Voyager, Chipchase, Chiswick, Chiyo Maru, Chowringhee, Chriluck, Chris, Christakis, Christina, Christina J., Christopher Columbus, Christos, Chryseis, Chrysoforos, Chrysopolis, Chrysovalandou, Chryssoula, Chulmleigh built 1938, Chulmleigh built 1946, Chumleigh built 1938, Chung Thai
CI Ciciliana, Ciltvaira, Cipro, Ciro Palomba, Cisil, Cistus, Città di Milano, City of Adelaide built 1864, City of Adelaide built 1920, City of Amiens, City of Auckland, City of Delhi, City of Durham built 1865, City of Exeter, City of Halifax, City of Hamburg, City of Leeds, City of London, City of Manchester, City of Oporto, City of Peterborough, City of Rochester, City of Windsor, C. J. Textor, Claire, Clan Alpine, Clan Buchanan, Clan Chattan, Clan Colquhoun, Clan Forbes, Clan Keith, Clan Lamont, Clan Lindsay, Clan Macbean, Clan Macfarlane, Clan Mackay, Clan MacLeod, Clan Macrae, Clan Matheson, Clan Murdoch, Clan Murray built 1897, Clan Murray built 1946, Clan Ranald, Clan Shaw built 1896, Clan Shaw built 1902, Clan Sinclair, Clan Urquhart, Clapton, Clara built 1853, Clara built 1864, Clara built 1872, Clara built 1890, Clara Lamb, Clare Lilley, Clarence, Clarissa, Clarkavon, Clarkeden, Claudia Kogel, Claudine, Claveresk, Claverley built 1900, Claverley built 1907, Clayton, Cleadon, Clearton, Clearway, Clematis, Clement, Cleopatra, Cleta, Cleveland Range, Cliff Quay, Cliffside, Cliftonhall, Clinton K., Cloncurry, Clonlee, Cluden launched 1973, Cluden built 1978, Clyde Envoy, Clydemede,
CO Coastal Creek, Coban, Coconica, Cogent, Coldharbour, Coldstream built 1850, Coldstream built 1862, Coleford, Colima, Colinda, Collin, Collingham, Coloane, Colombia built 1877, Colony, Colorado, Colorcrete, Colossus, Columbia built 1870, Columbine, Colwyn, Comeric, Commandante Castilho, Compass Spirit, Concordia built 1866, Concordia built 1891, Concordia built 1929, Concordia Lago, Concrete, Condor, Congar, Coniscliffe, Coniston Water, Connie Craig, Conservator, Constantinos Samaras, Conte di Misurata, Contest built 1867, Contest built 1880, Conway Castle, Coogee, HMS Cook, Coombe Hill, Copenhagen, Coppename, Coquetdale, Cora, Corabella, Coralia III, Coralie Horlock, Coramba, Corbank built 1913, Corbrae built 1912, Corbridge built 1928, Corburn, Corchester, Corcrest, Cordigliera, Cordillera, Corean, Corfell, Corfirth, Corfleet, Corflow, Corfu Island, Corhampton built 1933, Corhampton built 1959, Corhaven, Corinda, Corinthic, Corlock, Cormead, Corminster, Cormorant, Cormount, Cormull, Cornelius, Cornopia, Cornubia, Cornucopia, Cornwood built 1940, Corona, Coronado, Coronation, Coroniadis, Corra Linn, Corrientes built 1920, Corrientes built 1943, Corsea, Cortes, Corton, Cosmonaut, Cosmic, Cosmopolita, Cosmopolyta, Cosmos Merchant, Cosmostar, Cosmos Traders, Cosmo Trader, Cossack, Costaflora, Costas, Costicos, Countess, Countess of Bective built 1843, Countess of Bective built 1853, Countess Warwick, County of Pembroke, Coventry City, Craftsman, Craggan Hill, Cragmoor, Craigallan, Cramond built 1919, Cramond built 1964, Cramlington, Cranfield, Creek Transport, Cremon, Creole Prince, Cressington Court, Cressy, Crest, Crestbank, Crested Eagle, Crest Hill, Crest of the Wave, Cretehawser, Crofton, Cromwell, Cronstadt, Cronulla, Crowborough Hill, Crystal built 1958, Crystal built 1973, Csárda, Csikós,
CU Cubana, Cubano, Culgoa, Cumbria, Cumbrian, Curaca, Custodian, Cycle, Cyclops, Cyclopus, Cydonia built 1866, Cydonia built 1927, Cygnet, Cymodocee, Cymric Vale, Cyprian Prince built 1919, Cyprus Trader, Cyrene built 1867, Cyrene built 1873, Cy-Threesome, Czar, Czarina built 1851, Czarina built 1883
DA Dacca, Dacebank, Dacia, Dae San, Dafila, Dagenham, Dagfred, Daghestan built 1900, Daghestan built 1912, Daghestan built 1941, Dagmar, Dah Tung, Daikoku Maru, Dalarö, Dale, Daleby, Dalemead, Dalemoor, Dalewood built 1931, Dalmacija, Dalmatia, Dalmazia, Damas, Dampfem, Danae, Danapris, Danesdale H., Danesh, Daneshmand, Dan Fodio, Dangote Star, Daniella, Daphne, Daphnella, Dapo Trader, Darius, Dartford, Dartmoor, Dartwood, Dashtestan, Dashwood, Dauphine, David Dawson, David Witton, Daybeam,
DE Dea, Dealbrook, Dea Mazzella, Deauville, Decapolis, Deddington, Deed, Deerpool, Deer Sound, Defence, Defender built 1850, Defender built 1955, Dekade, Delaware, Delight Glory, Delmonico, Delos, Delphin, Delphoi, Delscey, Delta, Demeterton, Demis, Denewood built 1943, Denis, Denizhanlar, Densu River, Deptford built 1860, Deptford built 1951, Derbyshire, Deronda, Derwent, Derwentfield, Derwent River, De Sheng, Desiderius Siedler, Despina C, Despina Lemos, Despoina, Despoula K., Deucalion, Deutscher Kaiser, Devon built 1864, Devon also built 1864, Devon City, Devon Moor, D. G. Papalios, Dhoolia,
DI Diadem, Diamantis, Diamondo built 1944, Diamondo built 1958, Diamond Star, Diana, Diego, Dimitrakis, Dimitrios A., Dimitrios Chandris, Dimitris P., Dimitros, Dingle Bank, Dingle Bay, Dinorah, Diplomat, Divonne, Djena, Djibouti,
DO Docteur Laveran, Dolbadern Castle, Dom Franceso de Almeida, Domina, Dominion Miller, Dona Edie, Dona Evgenia, Dona Katerina, Dona Margarita, Dona Mira, Dona Myrto, Dora built 1873, Dora built 1971, Dordogne, Dori, Dorine Papalios, Dorington Court built 1957, Doris, Dorita, Doro, Dorthe Oldendorff, Dorothy built 1852, Dorothy built 1860, Dorothy built 1861, Douro, Dova Lisboa, Dovedale, Dovenby, Dover Castle, Dover Hill, Dragon Hill, Drakensberg Castle, Drakensburg Castle, Drepano, Druidstone, Drumalis, Drumcliffe, Drumcondra, Drumcruil, Drumgeith,
DU Duba, Dubrava, Duchess of York, Duesbery, Duffield, Duke of Athens, Dumfries, Dumfriesshire, Dumont D'Urville, Dunbar, Duncan Dunbar, Duncow, Dundee, Dunelm built 1877, Dunelm built 1907, Dunelm built 1916, Dunelmia, Dunrobin, Dunsley, Dunstan, Durbhunga, Durham built 1866, Durham also built 1866, Durham Trader built 1940, Durham Trader built 1959, Durmitor, Durus, Dusternbrook, Dynabulker
EA Ea, Earl of Elgin, Easingwold, Eastbank, Eastcliffe, Eastdale, Eastella, Easterly, Eastern City built 1941, Eastern Glory, Eastern Mobility, Eastern Monarch, Eastern Planet, Eastern Ranger, Eastgate built 1957, Eastide, Eastlea, East Lion, East Lynn, Eastman, Easton, East Wales, Eaton Hall, Edel, Eden Holme, Edenor, Edera, Edith, Edith Jones, Edith Wolden, Edmund Graham, Ednyfed, Edouard Bureau,
EE Eena, Efcharis, Efi, Eforia, Efploia, Efstathios built 1906, Efstathios built 1955, Eftychia, Egidia, Eglantine, Egle Z., Egton built 1938, Egton built 1962,
EI E. J. Spence, Eibe Oldendorff, Eileen, Eirini Kyriakides, Eivion, Ekaterini Nicolaou, Ekaterinodar, Ekton, Elaine, El Billy, Elbow River, Eldra, Eleanor, Eleftheria, Eleftheros, Eleni, Eleni Millas, Eleni Negropontes, Elf, Elgin, Elias, Elias K, Elisabeth Nielsen, Elissar, Eliza, Elizabeth, Elizabeth IV, Elizabeth Harrison, Elizabeth Holland, Elizabeth Lysaght, Elizabeth Nicholson, Elizabeth Ray, Eliza Charles, El Kanemi, Ella Gladstone, Ellaroo, Ella Sayer, Ellaston built 1922, Elle, Elleker, Ellen, Ellen Horsfall, Ellen Jensen, Ellerbek, Ellerdale, Elli, Ellin built 1913, Ellin built 1938, Ellispontos, Elly, Elm Branch, Elmtree, Elorrio, Elpida, Ely, Elzasier, Embiricos Nicolaos, Embleton, Emerald, Emerald Islands, Emi, Emigrant, Emil, Emilia Lamb, Emil Julius, Emil Kirdorf, Emily, Emma built 1865, Emma built 1872, Emma F., Emma Tully, Emmeline, Emmi, Empire Aden, Empire Airman, Empire Allenby, Empire Ash, Empire Ballad, Empire Banner, Empire Bardolph, Empire Barrie, Empire Beauty, Empire Belle, Empire Brutus, Empire Camp, Empire Cavalier, Empire Coleridge, Empire Connell, Empire Coral, Empire Cowdray, Empire Cranmer, Empire Cromer, Empire Day, Empire Deed, Empire Derwent, Empire Druid, Empire Dryden, Empire Duchess, Empire Duke, Empire Earl, Empire Ensign, Empire Envoy, Empire Flamborough, Empire Frank, Empire Friendship, Empire Gala, Empire Galliard, Empire Ganges, Empire General, Empire Gladstone, Empire Gulf, Empire Halley, Empire Herald, Empire Highlander, Empire Hunter, Empire Inventor, Empire Iseult, Empire Johnson, Empire Judy, Empire Keats, Empire Kinsman, Empire Lambeth, Empire Latimer, Empire Longstone, Empire Lord, Empire Lowlander, Empire Maldon, Empire Maldon, Empire Mandalay, Empire Mars, Empire Mauritius, Empire Mist, Empire Moon, Empire Nairobi, Empire Newton, Empire Nicholas, Empire Northfleet, Empire Opal, Empire Paragon, Empire Pearl, Empire Penang, Empire Pendennis, Empire Phyllis, Empire Planet, Empire Prome, Empire Prospero, Empire Raleigh, Empire Ronaldsay, Empire Rother, Empire Sally, Empire Sceptre, Empire Singapore, Empire Southey, Empire Southwold, Empire Spray, Empire Stour, Empire Stronsay, Empire Summer, Empire Tadpole, Empire Tavoy, Empire Tedilla, Empire Tees, Empire Tesville, Empire Tilbury, Empire Tobago, Empire Tristram, Empire Tudor, Empire Webster, Empire Wold, Empress, E. Myrtidiotissa, Endsleigh, Endymion, Enera, England built 1863, England built 1930, English Prince, Ennisbrook, Ennistown, Enos, Enrique Illueca, Enterprise,
EO Eos, E. O. Saltmarsh, Epaminondas, Epsom, Eptalofos, Erandio, Erato, Ercilla, Ercole, Erika Fritzen built 1906, Erika Fritzen built 1929, Eriksholm, E. R. J., Erland, Ermoupolis, Erna, Ernebank, Ernst Moritz Arndt, Erodios, Eros, Erromanga, Escape, Eskbank, Eskcliffe, Eskdene, Esneh, Españoleta, Espen, Esperienza, Esperos, Esperos III, Esperos IV, Esperos V, Essex Judge, Essex Manor, Essex Oak, Essex Trader, Esso Caernarvon, Esso Cheyenne, Esso Ipswich, Ester built 1875, Ester built 1901, Ethel built 1876, Ethelfreda, Ethelwin, Ethelwynne, Etivebank, Etna, Etonian, Etrib, Etruria, Ettrickbank,
EU Eugenia, Eugenia Segre, Eugenie S. Embiricos, Eugenio, Eugenio Dutras, Eulomene, Euphrosyne, Euroclydon, Euromariner, Europe, Euston, Euthalia, Eva built 1853, Eva built 1957, Evadne, Evandros, Evangelia, Evangelia II, Evangeline, Evanthia, Ever Access, Everbloom, Ever Bright, Everelza, Everett, Ever Fortune, Ever Happiness, Everita, Everlucky, Evgenia, Evgenia I, Evlalia, Evros, Excelsior built 1856, Executive Venture, Exmoor, Exning
Fabio, Faerie Queen built 1856, Faerie Queene built 1853, Fairhaven, Fair Spirit, Fair Wind, Falcon, Falcon 2, Fallodon, Falls of Lora, Falmouth, Falmouth Castle, Fama, Fame, Family Unity, Fanis, Fanny Slater, Farmsum, Farnham Castle, Faros, Father Panos, Fatih, Faustus, Favignana, Fayrouz I, Fayrouz IV, Fazilka, Feax built 1970, Feax built 1972, Feddy, Fede, Federal, Federal Wear, Fedora built 1903, Fee Cheu, Fellside, Fence, Fenton, Fernande, Fernando, Fernglen, Fernlea, Fernriver, Ferriby, Fertilia, Fidel, Fidentia, Fides, Filtric, Finchale, Findon, Finix, Finland, Firbank built 1957, Firbank built 1976, Firmino, First Jay, First Lancashire, Firth of Forth, Fishpool, Fiskardo, Fitzclarence, Five Bays, Five Star, Fjellheim, Fjordcem, Flamborough, Flamenco, Flamingo I, Flashlight, Flathouse, Floating Mountain, Flora M., Flora N., Florence, Florence Braginton, Florence Richards, Flower of Ugie, Fluellin, Fluent, Flying Dragon, Flying Fulmar, Flying Wizard, Folia, Folk On, Fong Min, Foo-Hsiang, Forest, Forest Abbey, Forestash, Forest Oak, Forfarshire, Formentor, Forresbank, Forskalia, Fort Hamilton, Fortuna Africa, Fortunate Star, Fortune King, Fortune Wind, Forum Craftsman, Forum Spirit, Fos, Fos I, Foscolino, Foyle built 1874, Foyle built 1887, Foyle built 1915, Framlington Court, Francesca, Francesca R, Frances Massey, Francoli, Françunion VI, Frank, Frankford, Frankier, Franklin, Frank Parish, Frans van Mieris, Fratzis M., Frederick John Evans, Frederiksborg, Fredrika, Fredriksten, Fredrikssten, Free Spirit, Freights Queen, Fresia, Fresno City, Fresno Star, Frideborg, Frieda Leonhardt, Frieden, Friendship built 1810, Fro, Frumenton, Fu An, Fugitive, Fukui Maru, Fulidhoo, Fultala, Fulwell, Funabashi, Furama, Fusinus, Fuso Maru built 1869, Fuso Maru built 1873, Futala, Fylingdale,
GA Gaaton, Gabriele, Gaelic Prince, Galavale, Galeb, Galiola, Galini, Gallia, Galounis, Gamboa, Gandhi, Gandhi Jayanti, Gang Cheng, Ganges built 1861, Ganges built 1882, Gannet, Ganymede, Gap, Garbeta, Garfield, Garnet, Garryvale, Gasbras Sul, Gasfire, Gateacre, Gatton, Gattopardo, Gaunless,
GE Gela, Gellivare, Gem of the South, Generaldirektor Sonnenschein, General Church, General Freire, General Havelock, Generosity, Generton, Genesis Pioneer, Genie, Gen. M. Makleff, Genoa, George built 1948, George built 1954, George and Elizabeth built 1840, George Avery, George Bell, George Kendall, George M. Embiricos, George Royle, Georgetown, Georgetta, Georgia F., Georgian Valour, Georgios, Georgios A, Georgios-G., Georgios M II, Georgios Markettos, Georgios S., Georgios T, Georgios Tsakiroglou, Georgy, Gerania, Gerard Dou, Geremia, Gerent, Gernis, Geronimo, Gertrud, Gevalia, Ghikas,
GI Giannina, Giannis, Giannis Xilas, Gian Paolo, Gifford, Gifhorn, Gift, Gigi F, Gijon, Gina T., Giorgina Celli, Giorgis, Gipsy, Gitana, Giuseppe U., Glacier, Gladys Royle, Glaisdale, Glandinorwig, Glanely, Glaucus built 1878, Glencoe, Glendevon, Glendovey, Glenlyon, Glenmoor, Glenochil, Glen Tilt, Glenwood, Glimt, Global Envoy, Global Mariner, Globe, Globe Star, Gloria built 1894, Gloria built 1912, Gloucester City built 1919, Glückauf, Glynymel,
GO Goalpara, Gogovale, Golconda, Gold Bridge I, Golden Antwerp, Golden Bridge, Golden Season, Golden Singapore, Golden Sunlight, Golden Sunset built 1863, Golden Sunset built 1876, Goldfield, Golemi, Gold Star, Golondrina, Good Design, Good Hope built 1868, Good Hope built 1949, Good Lion, Good Sun, Goodwin, Goodwood built 1868, Goodwood built 1937, Goodwood built 1941, Goolistan, Gorey Castle, Gosport, Grace built 1934, Grace built 1957, Grace Five, Graces, Graiglas, Grainton built 1929, Grainton built 1940, Grainton built 1958, Grainville, Grand Quevilly, Grandyke, Grängesberg, Granhill, Granita IV, Granli, Granny Marigo, Granny Suzanne, Grant Carrier, Grantley, Gratitude, Grayburn, Great City, Great Fareastern, Great Harmony, Greathope, Great Western, Grecian, Greenbatt built 1908, Greenbatt built 1954, Green Island, Greenland, Greenwich, Greif, Gregorios, Grelford, Grenehurst, Gresham, Greta, Grief, Griffin, Griffin Aurora, Griffin Elara, Grigorios Anghelatos, Grindefjell, Grindlay, Grindon Hall built 1905, Grindon Hall built 1908, Gripen, Griqua Coast, Grosvenor Navigator, Grovemont, Gruz, Gryfevale,
GU Guaytecas, Gueiteas, Guernsey, Guiding Star, Guidonia, Guillermo Schulz, Guillermo Schultz, Guipuzcoa, Guiseppe Riccardi, Gulf Carrier, Gulf Reefer, Gulf Venture, Gun, Gurli, Gustaf Wasa, Guthrie, G. W. Jones, Gwrtheyrn Castle, Gwynedd, Gwynmead, Gypsy, Gyrotoma,
HA Habana, Habib Marikar, Hackney, Hadji, Hadley, Hadrian, Hailey, Hai Meng, Hakaniemi, Halifax Star, Halldor, Hallgyn, Halls, Halse, Hamdale, Hamen, Hammarland, Hampshire, Hampton, Hampton Hill, Hannah Hodgson, Hannibal, Hannington Court built 1954, Hanoverian, Hans Hemsoth, Happy Chance, Harald, Harborne, Harbury, Hardman H., Hardy, Harefield, Hariclia Venizelos, Harilaos, Harlech, Harlingen, Harlow, Harmonic, Harmony Breeze, Harpagus built 1917, Harpagus built 1942, Harpalyce built 1942, Harpalyce built 1958, Harpenden, Harraton, Harriet Dobing, Harriet Wardle, Harriett Wardle, Harriette Wardle, Harting, Hartington, Hartside built 1883, Hartwelson, Harvest built 1839, Harvest built 1864, Harvest Queen, Hastedt, Hatasu built 1917, Hatasu built 1921, Hatsu Maru, Hatumet, Haughty, Haukefjell, Haulerwijk, Haulerwyk, Havelet, Havsul, Hawk, Hawkes Bay, Hawkesbury, Hawkwood, Hayat, Hay's or Hays, Hazel Branch,
HE Heather Bell, Heathpool, Hebe built 1851, Hebe built 1860, Hebe built 1873, Hector, Hedingham Castle, Hedworth, Heimfeld, Heinrich von Plauen, Helene built 1898, Helene built 1934, Helen Lindsay, Heliopolis, Helix, Hellenic Chryssoula, Hellera, Helmos, Helmspey, Helmstrath, Hemisphere, Hendon, Hendonhall, Hendrik, Henrik Lund, Henry Edye, Henry Moon, Henry Tanner, Henzee, Heraclides built 1886, Heraclides built 1916, Heraclitos, Herbert, Hercegovina, Herdsman, Herefordshire, Herleve, Her Loong, Her Majesty, Hermann Fritzen, Herman Sauber, Hermes built 1916, Hermine, Hermione, Hermiston built 1939, Hermiston built 1961, Herodemos, Heron, Herradura, Hesione, Hesperia built 1864, Hesperia built 1946, Hesperides built 1875, Hesperides built 1946, Hesperus, Hestia,
HI Hiatula, Hie Khean, Highbury, Highgate, Highland, High Star, Highwood, Hilarius, Hildegard, Hillcrag, Hille Oldendorff, Hillingdon, Himalaya, Hin Ann, Hindostan, Hindustan built 1902, Hindustan built 1917, Hindustan built 1919, Hindustan built 1940, Hinrich Oldendorff, Historian, Hitchin,
HO Hock Aun, Höegh Rover, Hoflaan, Hogland, Högmarsö, Holbrook, Holdernore, Holland, Hollybank built 1942, Hollybank built 1964, Hollypark, Hollywood, Holms Island, Holstenbek, Holystone, Holywell, Holywood, Homer, Honduras, Honest Venture, Honesty II, Hongkong Importer, Hongkong Venture, Hong QI 128, Honoreva, Honour, Hoosac, Hopecrag, Hopecrest, Hopedene, Hopelyn, Ho Ping 52, Ho Ping 53, Hoping Wu Shi Er, Hoping Wu Shi San, Horsted, Horta, Hospodar, Houghton-le-Skerne, Houghton-le-Spring built 1837, Houston City built 1942, Houston City built 1963, Houstone, Howrah, Hsin Ann, Hsing Yung,
HU Huangshi, Hua Shan, Huawanghai, Hubbuck, Hudson Trader, Huelva, Hulda Maersk, Humanitas, Humboldt, Humilitas, Humility, Hungarian Prince, Hun Jiang, Hung On, Huntfield, Huntscraft, Huntsfield, Hupeh, Hurstside, Hwa Gek, Hwa Sung, Hydracrete, Hylton, Hylton Castle, Hyltonia, Hyperion
Iason, Ibis II, Icemaid, Idalia, Idea, Idraet, Igen Moon, Iginia Zeta, Ignatii Prokhorov, Ignatius Prohoroff, Ignatiy Prokhorov, Ile de Montreal, Ilok, Ilkon Dalio, Ilkon Niki, Ilkon Polly, Ilkon Tak, Ilva, Imari, Imatra, Imme Oldendorff, Immy, Imperial Eagle, Imperial Halifax, Imperialist, Imtiazbaksh, Inarime, Inca, Incharran, Inchcastle, Inchdouglas, Inchkeith, Inchmay, Inchmull, Inchona, India, Indiana built 1873, Indiana built 1977, Indian City, Indon, Indore, Indrabarah, Industria, Inga, Inga L, Inger, Ingleton, Ingrid, Inkeri Nurminen, Inland, Innesmoor, Inocencio Figaredo, Inster, Interpreter, Intra Tradition, Intra Trophy, Inverarder, Inverness built 1899, Inverness built 1902, Invicta, Iö, Ioannis, Ioannis 2, Ioannis I, Ioannis Aspiotis, Ioannis Chandris, Ioannis Inglessis, Ion, Ione, Ionian Moon, Ionion, Ioulia Nicolaou, Iperia, Iquique, Ira, Irene built 1853, Irene built 1976, Irene M., Irene S. Embiricos, Irenes Fortune, Irene's Fortune, Ireshope, Ires-hope, Iris built 1907, Iris built 1918, Irish Elm, Iron Barque, Iron Chief built 1916, Iron Chief built 1930, Iron Endeavour, Iron Monarch, Iron Ore, Ironside, Ironsides, Isabella built 1860, Isabella built 1861, Isabella also built 1861, Isabella & Dorothy, Isabella Atkinson, Isabel Maria, Ise Maru, Iser, Island Home, Island Queen, Islas Filipinas, Isle of Cyprus, Isles of the South, Islington, Isobel, Isokvatis, Isperos V, Isploven, Ithaki built 1968, Ithaki built 1977, Ittersum, Itxas-Alde, Ivydene, Ivyeverett, Ixia built 1922, Ixia built 1964
Jacob Christensen, Jacobus Fritzen, Jacqueline, Jacques Bingen, Jag Rahat, Jag Laadki, Jag Rakshak, Jag Sevak, Jaguar, Jaime D'Urgell, Jalaganga, Jalagouri, Jalagovind, Jaldoot Ashok, Jalon, James Craig, James Dunford, James Hamel, James Westoll, Janani, Jane Alice built in 1861, Jane Alice built in 1866, Jane Hudson, Jane Lockhart, Janes, Jane Spoors, Jane Strong, Janet Willis, Janey, Jang Dae San, Japan Auto A., Jarlen, Javron, J. B. Eminson, J. C. Pfluger, Jeanne d'Arc, Jeannie, Jedmead, Jedmoor built 1913, Jela Topic, Jemima, Jeneral Freire, Jenny, Jersey City built 1942, Jersey Dawn, Jersey Hart, Jerseymoor, Jersey Spray, Jessamine, Jessie Annandale, Jevington Court built 1956, Jinkai Maru, Jinzan Maru, J. J. Prior, J. M. Joshua, J. M. Smith, Joan Cunllo built in 1863, Jocasta, Johanna U, Johanne, Johanne Dybwad, John built 1860, John built 1967, John Adamson, John & Albert, John and Elizabeth, John and Isabella, John Banks, John Blumer, John Bull built 1860, John Charrington, John Fothergill, John Paterson, John Sanderson, Johnstown, John Sugars, John Vanner, Joker, Jolly Inez, Joo Hong, Josefina, Josemaria Escriva, Jose Monteys, Joseph Cape, Joseph Davis, Joseph Holland, Joshua & Mary, Journalist, J.R., Juan Casiano, Juanita I, Jubilee, Judith, Judith Allan, Julia Ann Gale, Juliana, Juliette, Jull II, Jumbo, June, Jungshoved, Jupiter, Jurko Topic, Juss, Jute Express, J. W. Burmester, Jyden, J. Y. Short
Kaderbaksh, Kadio, Kafiristan built 1924, Kafiristan built 1941, Kaipara, Kai Quen, Kai Shun, Kaisow, Kaitangata, Kaiwarra, Kalam, Kallimachos, Kalliopi D. Lemos, Kalliopi S., Kambole, Kambyses, Kanarya, Kanarya 5, Kangaroo, Kangars, Kanika III, Kansas City, Kaptan Ziya Sonmez, Kaptayanni, Karanja, Karibisches Meer, Karin, Karlshamn, Kashgar, Katerina, Katerina Dracopoulos, Katerina Dracopoulou, Kate Thomas, Katharina Dorothea Fritzen, Katharine built 1874, Katharine Sharer, Katherine, Katia, Katia Banck, Katina Andreadi, Katingo, Katrinamar, Kaukhali, Kavo Yerakas, Kawana, Kay, Kazan, Kehrewieder, Kellington, Kelso, Kelvinbank built 1903, Kelvinbank built 1905, Kem, Kennington, Kent, Kepier, Kepwickhall, Kerkennah, Kerkplein, Kermoor, Kero, Keroula, Kettara II, Ketty Brøvig, Keynes, Kharlov, Kieldrecht, Kien An, Kien Ping, Kildare, Kim, Kim Ann, Kim Hock, Kincardine built 1906, Kincardine built 1920, King City built 1905, King City built 1928, King City built 1950, King David built 1895, King David built 1941, King Edgar, King Edward, Kingdom of Belgium, Kingfisher, King Jaja, King James, Kingston, Kin Ming, Kinoene Maru, Kinross built 1935, Kinross built 1949, Kirch, Kirkfield, Kirklee, Kirkpool, Kirriemoor built 1935, Kiruna, Kitafuku Maru, Kitty, Kizan Maru, Klia, Knaresbro', Knightsbridge, Knockwell, Knud, Kogo, Kollgrim, Komodore Hakki Burak, Komovi, Komura, Konan Maru, Kong Frode, Kongsfos, Konstantinos G. Chimples, Konsul Carl Fisser, Koolonga built 1914, Koolonga built 1918, Koomilya, Kopalnia Szombierki, Koranton, Kordun, Korean Prince, Koromiko, Korthion, Kosmaj, Kostis H., Kota Alam, Kota Selamat, Kotka, Kowarra, Kringsjaa, Krishna Jayanti, Kriss, Krivs, Kronos I, Kronos II built 1949, Kronos II built 1950, Kronprinsessen, Kron Prinz built 1873, Krosfond, Kuiseb, Kupres, Kurdistan, Kurland, Kusuyama Maru, Kwanto Maru, Kwasind, Kwogen Maru, Kyknos, Kylequeen, Kypros, Kyriakoula
LA La Barranca, La Bahia, La Chacra, Lachinedoc, La Cordillera, Ladoga, Lady Aberdour, Lady Aryette, Lady Beatrice, Lady Charrington, Lady Clermont, Lady Cory-Wright, Lady Elizabeth built 1853, Lady Elizabeth built 1879, Lady Era, Lady Hodgkinson, Lady Isabel, Lady K II, Lady Katherine built 1881, Lady Louisa, Lady M. A. Crosbie, Lady Melville, Lady Olga, Lady Rebecca, Lady Trude, Lady Turner, Ladywood, Lady Zetland, Laertes, La Falda, Laganbank, Lago built 1929, Lago built 1961, Lagosian, Lagos Palm, La Hogue, Laira, Lairg, Lake Burnaby, Lake Neuchatel, Lake Ontario, Lake Pennask, Lake Tahoe, La Loma, Lana, Lancashire, Lancashire Witch, Lancaster Castle, Lancelot, Lancing, Landing, Lanoma built 1870, Lanoma built 1876, Lansdowne, Lanthorn, Lantao, La Orilla built 1942, La Orilla built 1955, La Pampa, Larch, Larchbank, Largo, Largo Bay, Laristan built 1927, Larpool, La Sierra, Latini, Launceston, Laura Corrado, Laurada, Laurel, Laurelbank, Laurel Branch, Laurelwood built 1953, Laurelwood built 1969, Laurie Pattison, Laut Arafura, Lautaro, Laverock, La Villa, Lawrence, Laxmi Jayanti,
LE Leader, Lea Grange, Lebanon, Leda built 1860, Leda built 1910, Leda built 1968, Ledra built 1940, Ledra built 1959, Lee, Leeds City built 1927, Leeds City built 1955, Lefkipos, Leif, Lemonia, Le Myre de Villers, Lena, Lendoudis Kiki, Lenko, Lennok, Lensovet, Leominster, Leon, Leonardos, Leonidas built 1894, Leonidas built 1898, Leonidas Cambanis, Leonis, Léon Mazzella, Leopold De Wael, Leopold LD, Le Plessis, Lesteloide, Lesto built 1916, Lesto built 1918, Lesvos, Letizia Montanari, Leto,
LI Libanus, Lido G, Lief. Drammen, Lieutenant J. Le Meur, Lifjeld, Lightfoot, Liisa, Lilburn, Lilia, Lilian Moller, Lily Michalos, Lily of the Valley, Lime Branch, Lina, Lina L-D, Lincoln, Lindenbank, Lindisfarne, Linerton, Linkmoor, L'Invicta, Lion of Delos, Lisbet, Lisboa II, Lise, Lisse, Lita, Lita 1, Little Edith, Liva, Livingstone I, Livorno, Liziana, Lizzie Anne, Lizzie Annie, Lizzie Bell, Lizzie Webber, Lizzie Westoll, Llanberis, Llandaff, Llangorse, Llantrisant,
LO Locarno, Loch Dee, Loch Fionn, Loch Heilen, Loch Kilbirnie, Lochleven's Flower, Loch Mochrum, Loch Morar, Lodestone, Lodore, Lofthus, Loftus, Loksang, Lona, London, London Artisan, London Banker, London Baron, London Bombardier, London Breeze, London Carabinier, London Cavalier, London Dealer, London Earl, London Endurance, Londoner, London Fusilier, London Glory, London Grenadier, London Halberdier, London Spirit, Lonoconing, Loong Kang, Lord Citrine, Lord Cochrane, Lord Codrington, Lord Glanely, Lord Hardinge, Lord Royston, Lord Strathcona, Lord Teignmouth built 1819, Los Canelos, Lošinj, Louis E. Durand, Loukia, Lowestoft, Loyal Briton, Loyalty, LSCO Pandacan, Luana,
LU Lübeck, Lucia, Lucille de Larrinaga, Lucky, Lucky 25, Lucky Four, Lucky Trader, Lucky Two, Lucrino, Lucy built 1841, Lucy built 1967, Lucy L., Ludgate, Luigi, Lumley built 1865, Luna, Lunedale, Lutetian, Luxor built 1918, Lynalder, Lynton, Lys
MA Maasdijk, Maasland, Mabriton, Macdonald, Madda Bozzo, Madda Primo, Madeline, Madura, Maelgwyn, Magda, Magician, Magicienne, Magnat, Magnus Mail, Magsaysay, Mahinda, Mahsuri built 1953, Mahsuri built 1966, Maid of Lemnos, Maindy Court, Maindy Hill, Maindy Lodge, Maindy Manor, Maindy Priory, Maisie, Maitland built 1865, Maitland built 1885, Majorca, Majorie Seed, Makedonia II, Måkefjell, Makeni Palm, Makra, Malay, Malay Star, Malcom, Maldive Carrier, Maldive Image, Maldive Sailor, Maldive Seafarer, Maldive Valour, Maleas, Malistan, Maloja, Malta, Malvern Range, Mamari, Manchester built 1826, Manchester built 1892, Manchester Exporter, Manchester Faith, Manchester Fame, Mandama, Mandarin Ocean, Mangosteen, Manhattan, Manicouagan, Manitoulin, Manningtry, Mantis, Manuella, Manx King, Mapia, Maqboolbaksh, Marajó, Maraki, Marcasite, Marco Botzaris, Marcos G. F., Mar Courrier, Mar del Plata, Mardinian, Mareantes, Maréchal Lyautey, Mare Jonio, Maren Cord, Mareotis, Maret, Margareta, Margaret Clunies, Margaret H., Margaret Macdonald, Margaretta, Margarita built 1884, Margarita built 1903, Mar Glauco built 1906, Mar Glauco built 1931, Margretha, Mari, Maria built 1928, Maria built 1929, Maria built 1970, Maria built 1971, Maria built 1985, Maria Bacolitsa, Maria C, Maria Dolores built 1864, Maria Dolores built 1890, Maria Elisa, Maria Enrica, Maria Fidela, Maria K., Marian, Marianik, Marianna built 1954, Marianna built 1962, Marianthi, Maria P., Maria Regier, Maria Sofia, Maria Susanna, Maria Teresa, Maria Vittoria, Mari Chandris, Marie built 1862, Marie built 1873, Marie built 1876, Marie built 1884, Marie Caroussi, Marie Rosette, Marietta, Marigo, Marigo L, Marine Flame, Mariner, Marinicki, Marion built 1851, Marion also built 1851, Marion built 1863, Marionga Maris, Maririta, Marisa Thordén, Marisol, Marisurf, Maritime Express, Maritsa, Maritsa 2, Maritsa III, Maritsa Pateras, Marivenus, Marja-Liisa Nurminen, Marjan, Marjorie Seed, Markab, Marken, Marlborough, Marlena, Marlindo, Marlwood built 1906, Marlwood built 1924, Marouko Pateras, Marpesia, Marpessa E., Marstonmoor, Märta, Martagon, Mar Terso, Martha, Martha Miles, Marthe Marguerite, Martin, Martine, Martin's, Martin S, Martis, Mary II, Mary Ada Short, Mary & Isabella, Mary Ann, Mary Ann & James, Mary Ann & Janes, Mary Beyts, Mary Eleanor, Mary Hall, Mary Jane built 1863, Mary K., Mary Lawson, Mary Sven, Marzocco, Masaniello, Massalia built 1888, Massalia built 1929, Massys, Mastoria, Matadian, Matadi Palm, Matador, Matanzas, Matching, Matelots Pillien et Peyrat, Matfen, Mathilda, Matias F. Bayo, Matienzo, Matilda, Matis, Matra, Matsuyama Maru, Maud Cassel, Mauna Ala, Maurice Delmas, Maya, Mayda, Max Bornhofen, Maxima, Maximo Gomez, Max Manus, Mazeppa built 1840, M. Bingül,
ME Meadowbank, Meandros, Mecca, Medcape, Medina Princess, Mediterraneo built 1892, Medmenham, Medora, Medway, Mehdi, Mehmet Ipar, Melina, Melpo, Melville Venture, Memling, Memphis, Mendocino, Merchant Prince, Mercury River, Merganser, Merlion, Merope, Merry Monarch, Merrytrans, Mersario, Merton, Mesna, Metropolitan, Mexicano, Mexico, Mexico City,
MI Miami, Miaza, Mica, Michael, Michael Angelos, Michael J. Goulandris, Michalakis, Michelangelo, Michele Bianchi, Michigan, Mic Mac, Middlemoor, Middlesex Trader built 1942, Middlesex Trader built 1963, Mighty Pearl, Miho Pracat, Mikage Maru No.11, Mike, Mike K, Mikrasiatis, Mildred Cord, Milena, Millais, Millenium Africa, Milos, Mimis N. Papalios, Minden, Mindon, Mindoro, Minerva, Minna Craig, Minster, Minstrel, Minterne, Miranda, Miss Chandris, Miss Maria, Missouri Maru, Mitera Zafira, Mitidjah, Mitla,
MO Modena, Modig, Modjokerto, Moerdijk, Mogen, Mohawk, Moiler, Mokatam, Moldavia, Mombassa, Monarch, Mongolia, Mongkok, Monkshaven, Monkwood, Monreale, Montana built 1918, Montana built 1957, Montardizio, Montauk, Montcalm built 1958, Montcalm built 1960, Monte, Monte Bendone, Monte Berico, Monte Carlo, Monte Rotondo, Montreal Star, Montrose, Moorby, Moorcot, Moorish Prince, Moorlands, Moorwood built 1940, Moorwood built 1945, Mora, Morais, Morar, Morawitz, Moraybank, Morecambe Bay, Morning Star built 1851, Morning Star built 1860, Moth, Moto, Mount I, Mountain, Mountain Maid, Mount Athos, Mount Athos I, Mount Carmel, Mount Kyllene, Mounts Bay, Mowhan, MP-PZZ-2, M. P. Trader, Mr. Therm,
MU Mullion Cove, Multi Trader, Mundogas Sul, Murillo, Murmansk, Mustafa, Muttra, Mykonos, Myriam, Myrtle, Myrtle Branch built 1883, Myrtle Holme, Myrtos
NA Nabulk, Naderi, Nadi, Nadia, Naess Crusader, Naess Trader, Nafsika L., Naftilos, Nagos built 1912, Nagos built 1969, Nailsea Manor, Nairn, Najla, Nalgora, Namaqualand, Nanceen, Nancy Bryson, Nancy Brysson, Nancy Lee, Nanina, Nanking, Nan Shan, Nantes Hambourg, Nant-y-glo, Naomi built 1846, Naomi built 1859, Napier Star, Napoli, Naringa, Narrung, Nascent, Nasco, Natal, Natalian, Natrader, Navishipper, Naworth Castle built 1868, Naworth Castle built 1878, Naworth Castle built 1892,
NE Nearchus, Neath Abbey, Neda, Nedi, Needwood, Neeme, Negotiator, Nego Trader, Nelly, Nelly & Mathilda, Nemanja, Neme, Nenthorn, Neoptolemos, Nepaul, Nepaulese Ambassador, Nephele, Nepos, Neptuno, Nerito, Nero, Nestlea, Nestor built 1948, Nestor built 1951, Netherby, Neti, Nettleton, Neva, Newbiggin built 1865, Newbiggin built 1872, Newbiggin built 1906, Newbridge, Newbrough built 1925, Newbrough built 1941, Newburn, Newcastle, Newcastle Trader, New Country, New Ed, Newent, Newglade, New Guinea, New Lark, New Moon, New Panda, New Royal Lady, Newton, Newton Ash, Newton Beech, Newton Elm, Newton Hall, Newton Pine, Newtown, New Westminster City built Short 1929, New Westminster City built Gray 1929, New Westminster City built Doxford 1956, New Whale, New York City, New Zealand,
NI Nicaragua, Nicea, Niceto de Larrinaga, Nicola D., Nicolaos built 1885, Nicolaos built 1901, Nicopaul, Niger, Niger Valley, Nika, Nika II, Nikitas F., Nikitas K., Nikitas-Roussos built 1921, Nikitas Roussos built 1976, Nikolaos S, Nil Desperandum, Nile, Nils Amelon, Nimrod, Nina built 1850, Nina built 1870, Nini, Nippon Maru, Nitsa, Nivose,
NO Noelle, Nonas, Nonsuch, Noorderdijk, Noor Jehan, Nora, Norbryn, Nord, Nordeflinge, Norden, Nordic Crusader, Nordic Heron, Nordland, Nordstern, Norefoss, Norholm, Norheim, Normanna, Normundo, Norna, Norse Commander, Norseman, Northcliffe, North Cornwall, Northdene, Northernhay, Northern Venture built 1945, Northern Venture built 1958, North Devon, Northland, Northleigh, Northman, Northmoor, North Pacific, Northumbria, Northumbrian, Northwick, Norval, Norwood, Nostra Madre, Nostra Signora Assunta, Nostra Signora della Misericordia, Notanda, Nour, Novanoor, Nova Sympathia, Novgorod,
NU Nuestra Señora De Loreto, Nulli Secunda, Nurtureton, Nylandia
Oakgrove, Oakmere, Oakmore, O. B. Sørensen, Oceana, Ocean Blue, Ocean Breeze, Ocean Chief, Ocean Crown, Ocean Endurance, Ocean Ho, Ocean Join, Ocean Osprey, Ocean Pilgrim, Ocean Pride, Ocean Prince, Ocean Princess, Ocean Queen, Oceantramp, Ocean Unity, Ocean Valour, Ocean Wave, Oceanways, Octavia, Octo, Oddevold, Odelis, Odensvold, Odland, Odland I, Oduduwa, Odysseus, Oesteloide, Offerton, Oguta Palm, Ohio, Oinoussian Scientist, Okawango, Olavarria, Olavarriaga, Olga built 1943, Olga built 1948, Olga Topic, Olinda, Olive, Olive Branch built 1881, Olive Branch built 1887, Olovsborg, Olympic Liberty, Olympic Phoenix, Omba, Onega, Onshun, Onton, Onward, Onyx, Oonc Winner, Opal, Oracabessa, Orangemead, Orangemoor, Orestes, Oriental, Oriental Sea, Oriole, Orion built 1838, Orion built 1848, Orion built 1883, Orion built 1896, Orion built 1901, Orissa, Orminster, Ornen, Oro, Orotava, Orotava Bridge, Orpheus, Oryx, Osia Irini Chrysovalandrou, Osia Irini Chrysovalandou III, Ossendrecht, Ossian, Österhav, Österland, Oswego Courage, Oswestry Grange, Othon, Otra, Ottercaps, Ouraniotoxo, Ouranoupolis, Oushla, Ovidia, Oxelösund, Oxfordshire, Oxholm, Oyarzun
PA P-28, Pachino, Pacific, Pacific Commerce, Pacific Shipper, Pacific Trader, Paget Trader, Paignton, Pak Wan, Palaima, Palau, Palawan, Paliki, Pallas, Palomares, Palmier, Palmis, Pambola, Panaghia Grigoroussa, Panaghia Kastrou, Panaghia P, Panaghia T., Panaghis M. Hadoulis, Panagia Odigitria, Panagia S, Panaghis Dracatos, Panagiotis Xilas, Panagis K., Panamoros Horizon, Panda Faget, Panetolikon, Pangani, Pangri, Panis, Panormitis, Panos, Pan Teck, Pantokrator, Pantokrator Corfu, Papelera built 1922, Papeira M., Para, Paradise, Paraporti, Parklaan, Parnassus, Parramatta, Partisan, Pass of Glenogle, Patagonia, Patra, Patrician, Patricia M., Patricia U, Patrick M., Paula, Paulus Potter, Pavo, Paz built 1914,
PE Peacock, Pearl, Pearl Delta, Pearl Island, Pearl Light, Pearlmead, Pearl Merchant, Pearlmoor built 1897, Pearlmoor built 1905, Pearlstone, Pedro J. Pidal, Pegasus, Pegwell Bay, Pei Foo, Pelayo, Pelica, Pelican, Pelineon, Pella, Pelorum, Pelotas, Pemba, Pendle Hill, Pennmanor, Pensacola, Penta Y., Penthesilea, Pentridge Hill, Peony Ialands, Pepinella, Peppino Palomba, Perene, Permina 106, Pernau, Perseverance, Perseveranza, Pervyse, Petar Beron, Peter P., Peter Pan, Peterston, Petra Star, Petrel, Petunia, Phaedon, Phaeton, Philadelphia, Philip Laing, Philippine Sampaguita, Philippine Star, Phillis, Phoevos, Phoenician, Photinia,
PI Piatyi Krabolov, Piedmontese Prince, Piero M., Pieter de Hoogh, Pigeon, Pikebank, Pilgrim, Pilio, Pinetta, Pinin, Pinjarra, Pinto, Pio IX, Pioneer, Pipebank, Pitsa, Piva, Plainsman, Plate Shipper, Platon, Plaudit, Plover built 1858, Plover built 1862, Pluton,
PO P. O. Haavik, Pola, Polamhall, Pola Rika, Polegate, Polinice, Pollux, Polly, Polmela, Polo, Polwell, Polycrown, Polytrader, Polyxena, Polzeath, Pompey, Pompey Light, Pompey Power, Pontos, Poole Channel, Poole Harbour, Poole Island, Poole Quay, Poole Sound, Poonah, Popi, Porjus, Portador, Port Chalmers, Port Curtis, Port Douglas, Portgwarra, Porthcawl, Portia, Porthkerry, Portland Castle, Porto Alegre, Port Quebec, Portreath, Portrush, Portrushton, Portsea, Portslade built 1936, Portslade built 1955, Portsmouth, Port Stephens built 1894, Port Stephens built 1944, Portuguese Prince, Portvale, Poseidone, Pozarica, Prado, Precila, Premier Arctic, President, Président Bunge, Presidente Bulnes, Presidente Juarez, Presidente Manuel Montt, Presidente Prieto, Presidente Saenz Penna, President Magsaysay, Presto built 1905, Presto built 1916, Previsor, Priam, Prima Donna, Primiero, Primrose, Primula, Prince Edward, Princess built 1840, Princess also built 1840, Princess built 1883, Princess Aquamarine, Princess Tanya, Prince Woronzoff, Principality, Principe di Piemonte, Principello, Prodroma, Proestos, Progreso, Progress Liberty, Prometheus, Prominent Star, Propontis, Protoapostolos, Proton, Provvidenza, Prudhoe, Psara, Psyché,
PU Pukkastan, Pundua, Purley Beeches, Purley Oaks
Qing Jiang, Quadrifoglio, Quarrydene, Quebec, Quebec Star, Queda, Queen, Queen Bee built 1859, Queen Eleanor built 1896, Queen Eleanor built 1918, Queen Eleanor built 1943, Queen Margaret, Queen Mary, Queen Maud built 1936, Queenmead, Queenmoor built 1898, Queenmoor built 1903, Queen of the Teign, Queen of the Wave, Queensland built 1890, Queensland built 1958, Queenston, Querimba built 1905, Querimba built 1925, Quernstad, Quiam
RA Racer, Radiant II, Radical, Radix, Radnik, Radnorshire, Rainbow, Rainbow Pride, Rainer, Rajahstan, Randsfjord, Rakaia, Raleigh, Raloo, Rallus, Ramaida, Ramillies, Ramscappelle, Ramon de Larrinaga, Ramon Mumbru, Ramsay built 1902, Ramsay built 1921, Ramscappelle, Rangoon, Raphael built 1880, Raphael built 1885, Raphael built 1953, Ras Bera, Rassay, Ratna Shobhana, Ratna Jyoti, Raven, Ravenshoe, Rawnsley,
RE Reaper, Reaveley, Rebecca, Reborn, Redbridge, Redgate, Re D'Italia, Redoubt, Red Rose, Reefer Princess, Réfrigérant, Refrigerator No. 3, Refuge, Regal Crusader, Regalia, Regard, Regfos, Regin, Regina built 1851, Regina built 1853, Regina built 1949, Regina d'Italia, Registan, Regulus built 1884, Regulus Built 1920, Rehmat, Reliant, Relillio, Rembrandt, Remenham, Renaico, Renfrew built 1907, Renfrew also built 1907, Renoir, Renown, Renpor, Republic, Republika, Reserv, Resolution built 1850, Resolution also built 1850, Resource I, Respice Patriam, Restormel, Rexmore, Reynolds built 1898, Reynolds built 1953, Rheinfels, Rhio, Rhymney,
RI Rialto, Ribera, Ribot, Richard de Larrinaga, Richard Hayward, Rich Ascent, Ridley, Rifat, Rigel, Riita Nurminen, Riley, Ringdal, Rino Esposito, Rio B., Rio Bamba, Rio Chico, Rio de Janeiro, Rio de la Plata, Rio Doro, Rio Gualeguay, Rio Iguassu, Rio Novo, Rio Primero, Rio Santa, Rio Tercero, Rio Teuco, Ripley built 1953, Riplingham, Ripon Grange, Risshun Maru No. 3, Rita 1, Rita Garcia, Riverbank built 1957, Riverbank built 1977, Riverdale, Riverina, Riversdale, Riverton built 1928, Riverton built 1956,
RO RO-23, Robert Adamson, Robert Eggleton, Robert Fletcher, Robert Henderson, Robertina, Robin Hood, Rocco, Rochdale, Rochford, Rocio, Rockcliff, Rockingham, Rodney built 1850, Rodney built 1874, Rodsley built 1851, Rodsley built 1937, Rodsley built 1939, Rogate, Roker, Roko Maru, Roland, Rollon, Roma built 1901, Roma built 1903, Romanby, Romanitza, Roman Prince built 1914, Romney built 1893, Romney built 1979, Ronchi, Ronco, Ronda, Rondefjell, Rondo built 1912, Rondo built 1957, Rønnes, Rönnskär, Rookley built 1940, Rookley built 1954, Rosa M, Rosasicula, Rosa Vlassi, Roscommon, Rose built 1853, Rose built 1861, Rose Castle, Rosedale built 1877, Rosedale built 1888, Rosehill, Rose Islands, Rose Lea, Rosemount, Roseneath, Rose of Sharon built 1852, Rose of Sharon built 1859, Rosetta, Rosetta Maud, Roslagen, Ross built 1902, Ross built 1936, Rossetti built 1894, Rossetti built 1956, Rossini, Rosy Palomba, Rothley, Rotondo, Rouennais, Rovuma, Rowanbank, Rowland, Royal Albert, Royal Arthur, Royal Berkshire, Royal Emblem, Royal Family, Royalist built 1818, Royal Jubilee, Royal Lady built 1934, Royal Lady built 1938, Royal Prince, Royal Sceptre, Royal Standard, Roybank, Roxburgh Castle,
RU Rubens built 1872, Rubens built 1887, Rubens built 1952, Ruddbank, Rudmore, Rugeley built 1936, Rugeley built 1946, Runo built 1900, Runo built 1905, Runswick built 1930, Runswick built 1956, Rupert de Larrinaga, Rupsa, Rushing Water, Rushpool, Russie, Ruth built 1909, Ruth built 1912, Ruth built 1920, Ruth Stark, Ruthy Ann, Ruysdael built 1888, Ruysdael built 1907, Ryall, Rydal Holme, Rygja built 1920, Ryton, Ryuto Maru, Ryutoh Maru
SA Sabre Purpose, Sac 2, Sac 9, Sac Badalona, SAC Lerida, Sacrum Cor, Sac Santander, Sadiklar, Safina-e-Barkat built 1947, Safina-e-Barkat built 1974, Safina-e-Tariq, Sagamore, Sailor, Saima, Saint Dunstan, Saint George, Saint Henri, Saintonge, Saint John, Saint Lawrence built 1864, Saint Lawrence built 1874, Saint Michael, Saint Oswin, Saint Paul, Saint Thomas built 1863, Saint Thomas Packet, Sakara, Salamanca, Salaminia, Salamis built 1905, Salamis built 1952, Salient built 1879, Salient built 1905, Salina, Sallust, Sally, Sallywalter, Salopian, Salvador, Salvor, Salvus, Samal, Samanco, Sami, Samoa, Samos Progress, Sampaguita, Samuel Hansen, Sanadreas, San Antonio, Sanastasia, San Bay, Sanbay, San Carlos, San Casto, San Dario, Sanderson, Sandgate Castle, Sandhoe, Sandli, Sando, Sandøi, Sandown Castle, Sandra, Sandra N, Sand Sapphire, Sandsend, Sandys River, San Fernando, San Giorgio, San Jeronimo built 1914, San Jeronimo built 1919, San Jeronimo built 1945, San John, Sanjohn Bay, San John P., San Martin, San Martino, San Matteo, San Nazario, San Paolo, San Salvador built 1913, San Salvador built 1930, San Shine, Santa Amalia, Santa Amalia, later delivered as Santa Maja, Santa Clara Valley, Santa Clio, Santa Clio later delivered as Santa Amalia, Santa Helena, Santa Katerina, Santa Maja, Sant' Angela, Sant Antonio, Sant'Antonio built 1884, Sant' Antonio also built 1884, Santa Sophia, San Terenzo, Santofirme, Santorin, Santos III, San Wenceslao, Sapphire, Sara, Sarabande, Sarah built 1850, Sarah built 1862, Sarah & Isabella, Sarah Anne, Sarah Huntly, Sarah Jane, Sara Minnola, Sara Saglimbene, Sardinian Prince, Sardinien, Sarepta, Särimner, Sas, Saskatoon, Sassa, Satellite, Saturnus, Saucon, Savoydean, Saxon Prince, S. B. Lund, Scatwell, Sceptre, Schinias, Schirmeck, Schirmek, Schönfels, Scindian, Scoresby, Scorton built 1939, Scorton built 1957, Scotia's Queen, Scottish Admiral, Scottish Chief, Scottish Hero built 1876, Scottish Hero built 1895, Scottish Knight,
SE Sea Alarm, Sea Captain, Sea Dragon, Sea Fisher, Seaford, Sea Glister, Sea Glory, Sea Lord II, Sea Luck, Seamew, Sea Pearl, Sea Peony, Seapride, Sea Rambler, Searanger, Sea Ranger, Sea Swallow built 1858, Sea Swallow built 1866, Seatonia, Sea Trans I, Seaventure, Seavictory, Sea Wave, Seawind, Sebaa, Sebastián, Security, S. E. Calvert, Segesta, Selamat Sindia, Selamet, Selatan, Selma, Selvistan, Semira, Semiramis, Senator, Septiembre, Serica, Serita, Servian, Sesostris, Setiembre, Severn built 1860, Severn built 1867, Severn built 1870, Severn built 1873, Sevilla built 1900, Sevilla built 1905, Shabaan, Shahreza, Shakespeare, Shamrock, Shankara, Sheaf Crest, Sheaf Field, Sheaf Holme built 1929, Sheaf Mount, Sheaf Royal, Sheaf Spear, Shell Driller, Shell Murachi, Shengli, Sheraton Grange, Sherburn, Sheryl M., Shestoy Krabolov, Shia, Shikari, Shinkoku Maru, Shinsei Maru No. 6, Shipwind, Shirley, Shun On built 1919, Shun On built 1945, Shun Wah,
SI Siantar, Siba Edolo, Šibenik, Sibir, Sibonga, Sicilia built 1889, Sicilia built 1965, Siddons, Sierra, Sierra Blanca, Signal, Signe, Sigrun, Sigurd Faulbaum, Sigurds Faulbaums, Silaga, Silistra, Silistria built 1853, Siljan, Silome, Silverash, Silveray, Silverbeck, Silverbell, Silverbirch built 1905, Silverbirch built 1920, Silverbriar, Silver Cloud, Silverdene, Silverelm, Silverfell, Silverforce, Silver Gulf, Silverhow, Silverholly, Silverisle, Silver Kris, Silverlake, Silver Lake, Silverlaurel built 1950, Silvermaple, Silver Moon, Silveroak, Silverplane, Silverpoint, Silversand, Silver Sea, Silverweir, Silveryew, Simancas, Simara Express, Simba, Simonburn, Simoom, Simos, Sines, Sineus, Sinfa, Singwind, Sinop, Siplata, Sir Alexander Kennedy, Siredal, Sirenes, Sir Francis, Sirius built 1889, Sirius also built in 1889, Sirius built 1909, Sir Johnstone Wright, Siroco, Sir Walter Raleigh, Sir William Walker, Sivah, Siward, SJN Orcas, Sjomanden, Skandia, Skimmer, Skopelos, Skotfoss, Skua, Skyros, Slavonia, Smolensk, Smut, Sneaton, Sneholt, Snowcrete, Snowdrop,
SO Socrates, Sodupe, Sokorri, Solent, Solideo, Somalegra, Someri, Somersby, Somerton, Somio, Sondica, Song, Song Thu Bon, Sophia Jane, Sophia Malandrachi, Sorana-Del-Mar, Sørstad, Sote, Sotiras, Sottern, Souk-Ahras, South Africa, South America built 1900, South America built 1947, South Australian, Southbourne, Southdene, Southern, Southern Empress, Southern Opal, Southern Venture, Southery, Southgate built 1943, Southgate built 1962, Southmead, South Milton, Soutra, Souvenir, Sovereign Grace, Soverino, Sovetskaya Arktika, Spalmatori Captain, Spalmatori Engineer, Spanker, Sparkler, Spartan Prince, Spartivento, Specialist, Sperrbrecher 9, Sperrbrecher 166, Spetsai Patriot, Spinanger, Spirit of the Morning, Splendid Fortune, Spring, Springdale, Springhill, Springtide, Springwood, Spurt, Spyros built 1948, Spyros built 1952, Spyros V, Staberg, Stad Maassluis, Stad Rotterdam, Stagpool, Stakesby built 1880, Stakesby built 1922, Stakesby built 1930, Stalheim, Stallberg, Stalo, Stamoleon, Stamos, Stancleeve, Stancroft, Stanfield built 1899, Stanfield built 1943, Stanhope, Stanloch, Stanpark, St. Anthony, Stanthorpe, Stanwear, Stanwold, Star built 1851, Star built 1867, Star built 1972, Star I, Starck, Starcross, Star of Alexandria, Star of Peace, Star of Peru, Star of the Mersey, Star of the West, Star of Victoria, Starstone, Statesman, Stavros, Stelitsa, Stella built 1868, Stella built 1923, Stella d'Italia, Stenies, Stenjohan, Stephanotis, Stephen Huntley, Stephen Huntly, Sterling Valour, Sterling Victory, Stesso, St. Essylt built 1948, Steyning, St. Francois, St. George, St. George A., St. Helena, S. Thomé, Stiklestad, Stilbé, Stina Dan, Stirling, Stirlingville, St. Joseph, St. Lawrence Prospector, St. Mellons, St. Merriel, St. Nicolas, Stonegate built 1928, Stonegate built 1941, Stonehenge, Stonewall, Stornes, Stornest, Stowford, St. Paul, St. Providence, Strathdare, Strathdoon, Strathdyce, Strathfieldsaye, Stream Fisher, Streonshalh, St. Rosario built 1937, St. Rosario built 1961, Strovili, St. Thomas built 1863, St. Thomas built 1948, Stuart, Stylehurst, Styliani,
SU Suarez No. 1, Subraon, Success built 1901, Success built 1919, Successor, Südmark, Suerte, Suez, Sullberg, Sultan built 1850, Sultan built 1853, Suma, Sumatra, Sun Bright, Sun Chief, Sunderland Venture, Sunheim, Sunlight, Sun Light I, Sunniside, Sunnycroft, Sunland, Superflex Foxtrot, Surf Patrol, Surf Pioneer, Susan Sea, Susanne, Susan built 1872, Susan Pardew, Sussex Trader, Sutherland built 1901, Sutherland built 1918, Sutherland built 1935, Sutherland built 1940, Suzette Fraissinet, Svanhild, Svarten, Sv. Matvey, Svorono, Swandale, Swan Point, Swanvalley, Swede Surprise, Sybille, Sydland, Sydmonton, Sydney Breeze, Sygna, Sylvafield built 1925, Sylvafield built 1953, Sylvia, Syra, Syria, Syrian Prince built 1893, Syrian Prince built 1919, Sysonby, Syvstjerne
TA Tacoma City, Tactician, Tagonaura Maru, Tai Tak, Taiyetsu Maru, Taiyu Maru, Takasago Maru, Taksang, Tamamima, Tamapatcharee, Tamara XII, Tamathai built 1978, Tamathai built 1979, Tamesa built 1869, Tan 2, Tana, Tanais, Tandik, Tandil, Tanea, Tarnan, Tarpenbek, Tarva, Tasmania, Tasso, Tassos, Tatra, Tatry, Taupo, Tautra, Taxiarchis Michael, Taxiarhis, Taygetos, Taylor,
TE Teakbank, Teakol, Teakwood, Teane, Technat Pioneer, Teddy, Tees, Teesbank, Teesdale, Tefkros, Teiresias, Tekoa, Telamon, Telemachus built 1950, Telemachus built 1964, Tello, Tellus, Temperance Star, Temple Moat, Tempo, Tenace, Tenchbank, Tenka, Tennyson, Tenpaisan Maru, Terek, Teresa Pamies, Ternan, Ternefjell, Ternen, Terushima Maru, Testbank, Tetrarch, Teucer, Texaco Kenya, Texas, Thai Long, Thalassitra, Thallo, Thames Breeze, Thamesfield, Thanic, Theano, Theanoula, Themis, Theodosia V, Theofilos, Theokletos, Theomanna Odigitria, Therese, Therese Moller, Thetis built 1930, Thetis built 1974, Thimbleby, Thirlby built 1958, Thistlebrae, Thistledale, Thistledhu, Thistledowne, Thistlegorm, Thistleroy, Thomas Gowland, Thomas K., Thomas Knox, Thomas Krag, Thomas Livesey, Thomas Müntzer, Thomas Parker, Thomas Roth, Thomas Wood, Thompsonian, Thornaby, Thorndale built 1843, Thorndale built 1883, Thorpe Grange, Thorpehall, Thorpehaven, Thorpeness, Thorshammer, Thorshavn built 1930, Thorshavn built 1950, Thorsholm, Thorwaldsen, Thraki, Three Sisters, Thunder, Thunderer, Thurso, Thurston, Thyra,
TI Tiansheng No.8, Tian Yuan Xing, Tiara, Tibati, TID 155, TID 159, Tideflow, Tiderace, Tiderange, Tidesurge, Tien Ping, Tientsin, Tien Tsin, Tiger Bay built 1973, Tiger Bay built 1984, Tiger Island, Tilda, Tilde, Timaru Star, Time, Time & Truth, Timor, Tine Asmussen, Tinos, Tiuri, Tjibantjet, Tjisondari, Tjra,
TO Tocantins, Toftwood built 1872, Toftwood built 1927, Toledo, Tollana, Tolsta, Tom, Tomabi, Tomaso Drago, Tomaso T., Tona, Tongariro, Tong Beng, Tong Hong, Tongoy, Tony C., Topega, Toplou Bay, Toran, Torkel, Torm Ceres, Tornado, Toronto City, Toros Bay, Torrens, Torr Head, Torridon, Torsten, Torvanger, Tosca, Tosto built 1906, Tough Trader, Tourny, Tove, Tower Bridge, Tower Grange, Tower Hill, Towing Wizard, Tozai Maru No. 7, Tozan Maru, Trade Fair, Trade Fortune, Trader built 1950, Trader built 1961, Trader also built 1961, Trafalgar, Trans Commerce, Transeas, Transic, Transoman, Transmars, Transrodopi III, Transpacific, Transvaal, Trapani, Treci, Trefusis, Tregonnell, Trelawny, Trelevan, Trelissick, Treloske, Trelyon, Trento, Tres Hermanos, Tresillian, Trevean, Trevelyan, Trevince, Trevose, Trewellard, Treworlas, Tribesman, Triglav, Trinity, Trio, Tripolitania, Tris Ierarche, Triton, Tritonica, Triton Maris, Triumph Ace, Trixie, Trojan Prince, Trold, Troma, Trotsky, Troutpool, Trowbridge, T. R. Thompson, Truth, Tryg, Tsimentavros,
TU Tuan Yuan Xing, Tudhoe, Tullochmoor, Turakina, Turc, Turgot, Turón, Turret Age, Turret Bell, Turret Cape, Turret Chief, Turret Court, Turret Crown, Turrett Bell, Tuscania, Tuscan Prince, Tuskar Light, Tweed, Tweedbank, Tweed Breeze, Two Emmas, Twyford, Tyndall, Tyne Breeze, Tynefield, Tynehome, Tynemouth, Tyhi, Tyne, Tyr, Tyria,
Uffington Court, Uitenhage, Uleå, Ulisse, Ulla, Ulleswater, Ullswater, Ultragaz, Ulversmead, Ulysses built in 1836, Ulysses built in 1949, Umkuzi, Umona built 1890, Umona built 1910, Umpire, Umran, Umsinga, Umtata built 1898, Umvolosi built 1902, Umvoti built 1942, Umvuma, Umzinto, Umzumbi, Uncle Tom, Unden, Undine, Union, Union Faith, Union Freedom, Unison built 1863, Unison built 1867, Unity, Universal Mariner, Universal Skipper, Urania built 1897, Urania built 1970, Ursa, Uru, Urumea, Usworth
Vagn, Vahva, Valacia, Valdarno, Valetta, Valhall, Vali Pero, Valira, Valkyrian, Valpen, Vancouver City, Vancouver Star, Vandalia, Vard, Varuna, Varvara, Vasco da Gama, Vasconia, Vassilios, Vassos, Vastric, Vectis, Vedamore, Vedra built 1888, Veendijk, Veesky, Vega, Velox built 1918, Venango, Venetian, Venus, Vera Kathleen, Vercharmian, Vergmor, Vergray, Vermeer, Vermelha, Vermont, Veronica, Verna Paulin, Verulam, Vest, Vesuvio built 1878, Vesuvio built 1879, Vicente Figaredo, Vickerstown, Vicky, Victoria built 1917, Victoria built 1950, Vidonia, Vienna, Vigo, Vigorous Swan, Vigrafjord, Vilk, Viking, Villamar, Villareal de Alava, Ville de Saint Nazaire, Ville de Ténès, Ville du Temple, Vilma, Vilma Dan, Vimeira, Vimiera, Vindeggen, Vindö, Vine Branch, Vinemoor, Vinga, Vinlake, Vinnie, Vinocean, Vinriver, Violet, Virana, Virgilia built 1856, Virginia built 1969, Virginia built 1972, Virgo, Virgo II, Vironia, Vitocha, Vitosha, Viva, Vivari II, Vivian Louise, Vivien Louise, Vizma, Vneshtorg, Volodda, Voula, Vreede built 1871, Vreede built 1872, Vrissi, Vroulidia, Vulcan, Vulture, Vyzas
Wabana, Waikato, Waikna, Waimate, Waitangi, Wakool, Walcrete, Walküre, Wallace, Wallarah, Wallsend, Walmer Castle, Walpole, Walsung, Walter Dammeyer, Walter de Lancey, Walter Inkster, Walton, Wanaheim, Wandby built 1940, Wandby built 1959, Wanderer, Wanmas, War Aconite, War Almond, War Aspen, War Cloud, War Collie, War Coppice, War Cygnet, Warden Law, War Drum, War Hagara, War Highway, War Jasper, War Moon, War Nemesia, War Ness, War Perch, War Planet, Warrego, Warrior Queen, War Rock, War Seagull, War Shannon, War Sirdar, War Sky, War Spirea, War Stag, War Star, War Sun, Warszawa, War Taff, War Tank, War Thrush, War Tulip, War Verbena, War Wager, Warwickshire, Washington Star, Washington Times-Herald, Waterhen, Water Lily, Waterlily, Waterloo, Wave Crest, Wave Duke, Wave Prince, Wavel, Wayfarer, Waynegate, Waziristan, Wear built 1911, Wear built 1912, Weardale, Wearfield built 1943, Wearfield built 1964, Wear Hopper No. 3, Wearmouth built 1855, Wearmouth built 1880, Wearmouth built 1886, Wearmouth built 1894, Wearmouth built 1905, Wearpool, Wearwood, Weather Advisor, W. E. Gladstone, Weissesee, Welfare, Wellington, Wells City, Welsh City built 1956, Welsh Prince built 1919, Welsh Trader built 1938, Welsh Trader built 1954, Wenduyne, Wentworth Beaumont, Werner Kunstmann, Westbank, Westburn built 1893, Westburn built 1929, Westergate, Western Coast, Westhampton, Westhope, Westlea, Westman, West Marsh, West Quarter, Westra, Westward Ho, Westwind, Weybank, Whateley Hall, W. H. Dwyer, Whitby, Whitby Abbey, White Daisy, White Fan, White Jacket, White Rose, White Wings, Whitgift, Whitley built 1918, Whitley built 1924, Wien, Wightstone, Wilcannia, Wilderspool, Wilfred, Wilhelmina, Wilja, Wilke, William built 1850, William built 1852, William built 1869, William built 1920, William Adamson, William Blumer, William Branfoot, William Brown, William Dyer, William McGowan, Willmar, Willowbank, Willowbranch, Wiltonhall, Windsbraut, Windsor Castle, Windsor Hall, Winfield Trader, Wingate, Wing Kwong, Winkleigh, Winnebago, Winroth, Winsome, Wirma, Wisbeach, Wisbech, Wiscombe Park, Wisla, W. J. H. Wood, Wm. Cory, Wonga Fell, Wonganella, Wooburn, Woollahra, Woolston, Woolton, Worcestershire, World Oceanic, Worthy, Wotan, Wulsty Castle, Wychwood built 1889, Wychwood built 1950, Wye, Wye Valley, Wyvern, Wyvisbrook
Yacu-mama, Yainville, Yamabuki Maru, Yamuna, Yangtse Breeze, Yannis built 1952, Yannis built 1963, Yelkenci, Yembo built 1875, Yewhill, Yewkyle, Yngaren, Yochow, Yolac Can, Yolande Bertin, Yoneyama Maru, Yorkbrook, York Castle built 1901, York Castle built 1985, Yorkriver, York Valley, Yuan Ta, Yu Hong, Yunnan, Yungfutary, Yunglutation, Yu Ping, Yu Tung, Ypermachos
Zaandijk, Zaffiro, Zagara, Zarah, Zakynthos, Zanzibar, Zapata Trader, Zarifis, Zefyros, Zehlima, Zelidja, Zelo built 1917, Zelo built 1921, Zenith, Zenon, Zermatt, Zeta Trader, Zetus, Zhan Dou 52, Zhan Dou 53, Zhe Hai 106, Zheng Yang 3, Zijldijk, Zillah, Zingara, Zinzan Maru, Zitella, Zodiac, Zoe, Zonnewijk, Zoophite, Zoro, Zulu, Zuma, Zurriola, Zweena
First a quick list that will serve most site visitors.
Austin, Austin & Pickersgill, Bartram, Blumer, Crown, Doxford, Doxford & Sunderland, Gray, Laing, Osbourne Graham, Oswald, Pickersgill, Pile, Priestman, Short, Sunderland Shipbuilders, Swan Hunter, Thompson (Joseph L.), Thompson (Robert, father), Thompson (Robert, son).
And next a more comprehensive & more exact list. Of shipbuilders plus a few other names. Both so you (& I) can easily find them. In alphabetic sequence, of course, by exact business name, or by surname if an individual.
Abbay, Wm. Richard
Alcock J. T.
Alcock and Glaholm
Alcock, John Thomas and Charles
Alfred Simey & Co.
Austin and Hunter
Austin & Mills
Austin & Pickersgill Limited
Barkes & Clark
Bartram, Haswell & Company
Bartram & Sons
Bartram & Sons Ltd.
Bell & Adamson
Boolds, Sharer & Co.
Bradley and Potts
British Shipbuilders Limited
Brown & Johnson
Byers & Co.
Chilton Sidgwick and Co.
David Baxter & Co.
Davison & Stokoe
Doxford & Sunderland Shipbuilding and Engineering Company Limited
Doxford & Sunderland Ltd.
Gales, W. and J. (and also L. and T. C. Gales)
George Bartram & John Lister
George Bartram & Sons
George Clark Engine Works
George Clark (Sunderland) Limited
George Frater & Co.
Greenhill's Ship Repairers
Greenwell's Dry Dock Co.
G. S. Gulston
Hodgson & Gardner
Hutchinson, R. & W.
Iliff & Mounsey
Iliff, Mounsey and Co.
J. Blumer & Co. Ltd.
J. Crown & Sons
J. Hardie & M. Clark
John Knox & Company Limited
John Priestman & Co.
John Wigham & Sons, Ltd.
John & William Gales
Joseph L. Thompson & Sons, Ltd.
J. Priestman & Co.
Kish, Boolds & Co.
Laing, John and Philip
Laing & Simey
Leithead, Arrow & Aaron
Liddle & Sutcliffe
Lister & Bartram
McAndrew, Cowan & Potts
Metcalf, maybe J. Metcalf
Mills, George and John
Mounsey & Foster
North Eastern Marine Engineering Company Limited (The)
North East Shipbuilders Ltd.
North Of England Shipbuilding Company
Northumberland Shipbuilding Company
Osbourne Graham & Co.
Oswald & Co.
Peverall & Davison
Pile Spence & Company
Potts, Cuthbert & Co.
Potts, William and Edward
Potts and Burn
Reay & Naisby
R. H. Potts and Brothers
Robert Thompson and Sons
S. Austin and Mills
Shipbuilding Corporation Ltd.
Short Brothers Limited
Simey, Thomas Boyes
Sir James Laing and Sons Limited
Sir J. Priestman & Co. Ltd.
South Hylton Shipbuilding & Repair Co. Ltd.
S. P. Austin Ltd.
S. P. Austin & Son
S. P. Austin & Son Ltd.
Strand Slipway Co.
Sunderland Forge & Engineering Co. Ltd.
Sunderland Shipbuilders Co.
Sunderland Shipbuilders Limited
Sunderland Shipbuilding Dry Docks & Engineering Company Limited
Swan, Hunter, & Wigham Richardson, Ltd.
T. B. Oswald
T & B Tiffin
Thomas Young & Sons (Shipbreakers) Ltd.
Thompson, Robert (1797/1860)
Thompson, Robert (1819/1910)
T. H. Woods
T. R. Oswald
T. W. Greenwell & Co. Ltd.
W. Adamson & Sons
Wear Concrete Building Co. Ltd.
Wear Dockyard Ltd.
Welford & Wigham
W. H. Pearson
Wigham's Ship Repair Yard
William Doxford and Sons, Limited
William Doxford and Sons (Shipbuilders) Limited
William Gray & Co.
William Gray & Co. Ltd.
William Gray & Co. (1918) Ltd.
William, James, and William Adamson Junior
William Pile, Hay & Co.
Woods, T. H.
W. Pickersgill & Sons Ltd.
Wreathly W. Watson & Co.
SUNDERLAND SHIPS BUILT BY YEAR
Just a start on a vast subject. 1790s, 1800s, 1810s, 1820s, 1830s, 1840s, 1850s, 1860s, 1870s, 1880s, 1890s, 1900s, 1910s, 1920s, 1930s, 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s
Some of those who have graciously helped me, along the way. In alpha sequence by surname, where known. Just a start on the total list. But we seem to have, already, a long list indeed, with many countries of residence mentioned.
Now some of the folks who have helped the site along big time & continue indeed to do so to this very day, do not particularly wish recognition. There are a number of folks in the following list who have provided not a single image, welcome though that is, or some words on a single subject, welcome though that is, but rather have scanned & contributed images galore, written articles for the site, provided continued advice & guidance etc. And have greatly assisted the site to steadily grow & improve. So I particularly want to mention (in alphabetical order) the following who have provided major help over long time periods to the advancement of this total site.
Len Charlton, Tony Frost, Robert Hunter, Clive Ketley & last (alphabetically) but not least, Bill Swift. Each of whom have offered help as though the site was their very own. Which, in a way, it truly is!
A short-cut to the surnames A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, Y, Z
Alexander Aivazovsky (Александр Айвазовский), historian of the Crimean War, Russia.
Jon Alcibar, of Bilbao, Spain
D. E. Allen, of Melbourne, Australia
Fred Allen, of New South Wales, Australia
Stephen Allen, of New South Wales, Australia
Steve Allen, from the U.K., but now living in Oslo, Norway
Martin Allison, of Sunderland, U.K.
Robert Almeida, of Droitwich, Worcestershire, U.K.
Børge Anderson, of Tau, western Norway
David Anderson, of Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
James T. Anderson, of New Jersey, U.S.A.
Stan Anson, of London, England
John Appleby, of Malmesbury, Wiltshire, (& JCA Airtech Ltd., of Swindon, Wiltshire)
Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Harold Appleyard, of Wolviston, County Durham, U.K.
Sergio P. (Pazo) Ares, of Vigo, Spain
Dean Arnold, librarian, of 'The Magic Circle' in London, U.K.
Keith Atkinson, Chairman of 'Tyne Area Shipping Club', whose site is here. Keith himself is here
Tony Atkinson, author, columnist & photographer (Cornish Shipping)
Brenda Avery, of Southampton, U.K.
Dr. György (George) Ákos, of Budapest, Hungary
Alex Backer, of Kongsberg, Norway
Steve Bacon, of Arborfield, Berkshire, U.K., webmaster of the Arborfield Local History Society.
John Bage, of Sunderland, U.K. perhaps, whose website is here
Jeff Bailey, of Brantford, Connecticut, U.S.A., one of whose website pages is here
Robert N. (Bob) Baird, of Crossford, Dunfermline, Scotland, an author interested in shipwrecks, whose related volume is referenced here.
Barbara Ball, of Tucson, Arizona, U.S.A., & of Copestone Resources LLC
Roger Barclay, of Victoria, B.C., Canada
Andrew Barker, of Sunderland, U.K.
Derek Barkes, of the Cotswolds, U.K.
Dr. Gilles Barnichon, of l'Agence de Documentation Historique et d'études Maritimes (Adhémar), of Paris, France
Roger Barrett, of Kingsbridge, Salcombe, Devon, U.K., Chairman of the Salcombe Maritime Museum.
Justin Bartlett, of Brisbane, Australia
Tony Bate, of Auckland, New Zealand
Roger Bateman, historian, of Shorehambysea.com of Shoreham-by-Sea, Sussex
John Bateson, of near Bridlington, East Yorkshire, U.K.
Malcolm Bean, of the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.
John Beaton, of Oban, Scotland.
Jimmy Beaty, of Coventry, West Midlands, U.K.
Ron Beaupre, of Mariatown, Ontario, Canada, whose record of the daily passage of ships at Mariatown is here.
John Bedigan, of North Shields, U.K.
Frank Beech, of Legana, Tasmania
Hermann Behrent, of Kuddewoerde, near Hamburg, Germany
David Bell, of Rowlands Gill, W. of Gateshead, whose eBay store is here
Graham Bell, of Hoboken, New Jersey, U.S.A.
Emre Berberoglu, of Istanbul, Turkey
Markus Berger, of Switzerland, whose store, 'SwissShips / FotoMar Collection', is here
Ken Berry, of U.K., & of bookerline.com
Geoff Bethell, of New Zealand
Chas. Betts, of Southampton, Hampshire, U.K.
Roger Biggs, of Blackmans Bay, (just S. of Hobart), Tasmania, Australia
Aris Bilasis, author, of Athens, Greece
Arthur Blundell, of Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, U.K.
George Bonanos, of Athens, Greece
Brian Bouchard, of Epsom, Surrey, U.K.
Michael Bouck-Standen, of Lingfield, Surrey, U.K.
Ian Bradford, of Lowton, Greater Manchester, U.K.
Silke Brandt, of Helsinki, Finland
Shirley Brittan, of Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, U.K.
Jane Brook, previously of Sunderland
Bob Brooks, of Exeter, Devon, U.K.
Noni Brown, of the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
Wolfgang Brügger, of Lübeck, Germany
Eric Brunger, of Norfolk, U.K.
John Buchanan, of Milford-on-Sea, Hampshire, U.K.
Peter Buckwell, of Richmond, Surrey, U.K.
Anne Burgess, of Gympie, nr. Brisbane, Australia
Lee Burgess, of Bedale, North Yorkshire, U.K.
Hylton Butterfield, of Murrieta, California, U.S.A., whose website (IronAnarchy.com) is here
Sheila G. Buttinger, of Mol, Belgium
Alan Cairnie, of Brockville, Ontario, Canada
Christine Cameron, of Sunderland, U.K., archivist of St. Peter's Church, Monkwearmouth
Arthur Cannings, of Mablethorpe, Lincolnshire, U.K., whose website is here
Ulrik Cappelan, of Kolbjørnsvik, Aust-Agder, Norway.
Mary Carey, of Wimbledon, London, England
Carol of eBay vendor 'jojolovely-2007', of Cassop, Durham, whose eBay store is here.
Jan Carol, of New Zealand
Richard Carlson, of Warwick, Warwickshire, U.K.
David Cartner, from near Durham City, Durham, U.K.
Harold Cartwright, of Bandung, Indonesia
Keith Case, of Nottingham, U.K., whose website is here
Michael Cave, of Darlington, County Durham, U.K.
Len Charlton (1922/2014), who, until his passing, lived at Abingdon, Oxfordshire, U.K.
Reuben Charlton, of Wiltshire, U.K.
David Christie, fine photographer indeed, of Scotland. David's 'Flickr' archive is here.
Elaine Clark, of U.K.
Ian Clarke, of Mersea Island, Essex, U.K., & of the Mersea Museum
Joseph Coatsworth, Washington, Tyne and Wear, U.K.
Keith Cockerill, author & photographer, of Sunderland, U.K.
Russ Cogden, of Frosterley, County Durham, U.K. Some of Russ's images can be seen here.
Christopher J. Cole, of Sooke, British Columbia, Canada
Alan Collie, of Milford, Auckland City, New Zealand
Lorenzo Colombo, of Olgiate Olona, Lombardy, Italy
Francesco Corsi, of Sunderland, U.K.
Samuel Côté, of Quebec, Quebec, Canada
Wilson & Doreen Cotton, of the U.K.
Melanie Cottreau, of Stoney Island, Nova Scotia, Canada
Alan Coulson, of Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K.
Alan Craxford, of North Shields, North Tyneside, U.K.
Euan Crone, of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Bob Crosbie, of Swindon, Wiltshire, U.K.
David Crosby, of Sunderland, U.K.
Steve Cross, of Chatham, Kent, U.K.
William W. Culver, of near Plattburgh, New York, U.S.A., & of SUNY Plattsburgh
Stephen Crunkhorn, of Long Sutton, Lincolnshire, U.K.
Brian Curtis, of Perth, Western Australia, Australia
David Cutter, of Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K.
Joseph Dale, of Bournemouth, Dorset, U.K.
Dr. Stephen Davies, of the University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Iain Davis, of Poole, Dorset, U.K.
Heather Davison, of Warwickshire, England
Sandy & Alexander Davison, of Ancrum, Scotland
Arie de Lange, of Zoutelande, Zeeland, The Netherlands
Captain Tamer Demirci, of Istanbul, Turkey
Andy Dennis, of Sunderland, U.K., long since passed away, alas
Luca Derosa, of Capo Rizzuto, Calabria, Italy
Carl Devitt, of London, U.K.
Alan Dicey, of North Kent, U.K.
Henk de Boer, of Volendam, the Netherlands
'diggerlee', eBay vendor, whose store is here
David George Dixon, of Cumbria, U.K.
Sally Douglas, of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Phil Dovaston, of Hartlepool, U.K.
Yves Dufeil, of France, whose website is here
Lesley Duff, of Essex, U.K.
Steve Duffy, of Sunderland, U.K.
Alan Dunster, of the U.K.
Donald H. Dyal (Dean of Libraries at Texas Tech University), of Lubbock, Texas, U.S.A.
Trygve Eidskar, of Arendal, Norway
Janet Eilbeck, of Sevenoaks, Kent, U.K.
David Elliott, of Gloucestershire, England
Julian Ellis, of Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
Jens Emanuelsen, of Copenhagen, Denmark
Susan Enns, of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
Lucas Erickson, of Andover, Minnesota, U.S.A.
Don Fearon, of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Roy Fenton, of the U.K.
Felipe Ferreira, of Pirantininga, near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
David Ferry, of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Clive Fisher, of Poole, Dorset, U.K.
Jenny Fitton, of Penzance, Cornwall, U.K.
Simon Flack, of Newport, Isle of Wight, U.K.
Mori Flapan, of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Whose website is here.
John Forrest, of Australia
Bob Fleming, of Worcester, U.K.
Gill Ford, of Somerset, U.K.
Jeff Forrester, of Resipole, Loch Sunart, Highlands of Scotland
Bill Forster, of St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England
David Fortenberry, of Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.A.
Raymond Forward, of Cornwall, U.K., whose website is here
Tony Franklin, of Newcastle, U.K.
Malcolm Fraser, of Durham City, U.K.
Tony Frost, of Sunderland, U.K.
David Fry, originally of Plymouth, U.K.
Rod Gair, of near Hexham, Northumberland, U.K.
Jillian Galbraith, a volunteer at the John Gray Museum in Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland
Mike Gale, of Plymouth, Devon, U.K.
Simon Gales, of the Dordogne region, SW France
David Gallie, of Okato, near New Plymouth, New Zealand
Celia Gibb, from near Solihull, West Midlands, U.K.
Gérard Gaston, of Dax, Aquitaine, France.
Simon Gilbert, of the U.K.
Kathleen Gill, of the U.K.
Kevin A. Ginty, Newcastle area, Tyne and Wear, U.K.
John Glass, of Pinner, Middlesex, U.K.
Dorothy Gomersall, of Harrogate, North Yorkshire, U.K.
Constantinos Gofas, of Athens, Greece
Alistair Goldsmith, of Troon, South Ayrshire, Scotland
Fred Gooch, of Sunderland, U.K.
Anne Goodall, of Stockton-on-Tees, U.K.
Muriel Goodman, of North Tawton, Devon, U.K.
Pieter Graf, of Voorburg, near The Hague, The Netherlands
Adrian Green, of Southend-on-Sea, Essex, U.K.
Bill Greenwell, of Darlington, County Durham, U.K., whose website contains history data re T. W. Greenwell & Co. Ltd. in chapters 4 & 5, here.
Keith Gregson, of Ashbrooke, Sunderland. Keith's website is here.
Kevin C. Griffin, of 'The Cruise People Limited' of London, U.K., & also Toronto, Canada (1 & 2)
Peter Hadfield, of Huddersfield, U.K.
Doris Hahn, of near Toronto, Canada
Niels Hald-Andersen, of Fuen (Fyn), Denmark
Andy Hall, of the U.K., webmaster of 'grantontrawlers.com'
Geoff Hall, of Melbourne, Australia
Craig Hamilton, of Ballarat, Victoria, Australia, whose eBay store is here.
James Hamilton, of Hull, Yorkshire, England
Bruce Hammal, of London, England
Joanna Hammond, of Campbell River, British Columbia, Canada
Ann Hansen, of Australia
Norman Hardaker, from near Bideford & Barnstaple, North Devon, U.K.
Paul Harmon, of Petite Riviere, Nova Scotia, Canada
Lynne Harding, of Witney, Oxfordshire, U.K.
Eileen Hart, of King's Lynn, Norfolk, U.K.
Ian Hart, of Herefordshire, U.K.
Roy Hart, of Ipswich, Suffolk, U.K.
Margaret Hartford, of Nottingham, England
Niels-Erik Heger, of Oslo, Norway
Bianca Heggie, of Edinburgh, Scotland, whose family history research service can be found here
Jim Henderson, of Leicester, U.K.
Ken Hern, of Sunderland, U.K.
Chris Herring, of South Germany
Peter Herring, of Tettnang, South Germany
Wytze B. (Buitenrust) Hettema, of Varna, Bulgaria
Gary Hicks, of Plymouth, Devon, U.K., creator of ‘Plymouth’s other fleet – the Merchant Shipping & Fishing Boat Registers of the Port of Plymouth’ available here
Jean Hill, of near Bradford, West Yorkshire, England
Paul Hockie, of Teddington, London, England
David Hodge, of Hampshire, U.K.
Clive Hodgson, of Yarm, S. of Stockton-on-Tees & Middlesbrough, U.K.
Derek Holcroft, of Northumberland, U.K.
Carl Holmberg, of Kihei, Hawaii, U.S.A.
Gerd Hønningstad, of Oslo, Norway
David Hood, of East Lothian, near Edinburgh, Scotland
Michael Hopps, of Crowborough, East Sussex, U.K.
'horacevincent1805', fine eBay vendor of Australia, whose eBay store is here
John E. Hoskin, of Queensland, Australia, one of whose websites used to be here
Ebbe Hove, of Denmark
Ray Howgego, of Caterham, Surrey, U.K.
Brian Hubbard, of Sunderland, U.K. Of both the South Hylton Local History Society & the Friends of Old Sunderland Parish Church
Bob Hughes, of Liverpool, U.K.
Bob Hughes, of Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K.
Glyn Hughes, of Monkwearmouth, Sunderland, U.K.
Richard Hughes, of Red Dragon Divers of Fishguard, Pembrokeshire, Wales.
Merv Hunt, of Perth, Western Australia
Tony Hunt, of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Keith Hunter, of Newcastle, U.K., whose historian father Thomas F. (Francis) Hunter, wrote 'A History of South Hylton (The Growth of an Industrial Village)', available to read or download here.
Robert S. Hunter, of Westoe Village, South Shields, U.K., many years with 'Bartrams'.
Ray Hutcheon, of Roker, Sunderland, U.K.
David Ingram of Market Weighton, East Yorkshire, U.K.
Rick Iossi, of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, U.S.A.
Ed Ironside, of Australia
Phil Irwin, of Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, U.K.
Michael Jagoe, of Tasmania, Australia
Stephen James, of Memphis, Tennessee, U.S.A. & of Panamerican Consultants, Inc., of many U.S. cities including Memphis.
Arie Jan de Lange, of the county of Zeeland, The Netherlands
Sax Jarritt, of the U.K.
Peter Jefferies, of Durham City, Durham, U.K., whose e-mail address is email@example.com
Arthur Jennion, of St. Helens, Liverpool, U.K.
Allan Jensen, of Copenhagen (København), Denmark. Whose Danish shipwreck website is here
Michael Johnson, of 'University of Sunderland', & of Sunderland Heritage Quarter, both of Sunderland, U.K.
Alan Johnston, of Adelaide, South Australia
Barry Jones, of Farnborough, Hants, U.K.
Alun Jones, of Y Felinheli, Gwynedd, North Wales, U.K.
Barry Jones, of Farnborough, Hants, U.K.
Rhys Jones, of Cardiff, Wales
Margot Jorgensen, of Courtenay, British Columbia, Canada
Eric Judge, of Sunderland, U.K.
Gay Jungemann of Owen's Antiques, of Vashon Island, Washington, U.S.A., 98070
Constance Kaine, of London, U.K.
Per-Ragnar Karlström, of Greater Gotheburg, Sweden
Michael Keane, dive charter boat operator, of 'Sussexshipwrecks.co.uk', of Eastbourne, East Sussex, U.K., whose dive boat is here
Jochen Kemsa, of Bremerhaven, Germany
Russell Kennedy, of Whitley Bay, near Newcastle, U.K.
Alistair Kerr, of Te Awamutu, New Zealand
Bryan Kesselman, of London, U.K.
Clive Ketley, of Birmingham, U.K.
Marion Kettle, of France
Jan Kilham, of near Hamilton, N. Island, New Zealand
Peter Kirsopp, of Newcastle, U.K.
Norman Kirtlan, of the Sunderland Antiquarian Society
Allan Kirtley, of Dartford, Kent
Chris Kleiss, of Amstelveen, The Netherlands
John Knudsen, of Esbjerg, Denmark
Andrei Kolkkanen, of Finland
Peter Kraneveld, now of France
Daniel Küpfer, of Uster, Switzerland
Alison Laing Lafon, from near Grenoble, France
Phil Lambell, of South Shields, U.K.
Chris Lambert, historian of the Tynemouth Volunteer Life Brigade, at Tynemouth, U.K.
Derek Lambert, of the U.K., probably from Sunderland, U.K.
Paul Lanagan, of Houghton-le-Spring, Sunderland, U.K., & of the 'Houghton-le-Spring Heritage Archive'. A prolific author as you can see here.
Gary Lane, of Wellington, New Zealand
Wendy Larmour, of the West Midlands, U.K.
Andy Lavies, of New Forest, Hampshire, U.K.
Gildas Le Briquir, of Bangladesh, now in France
Gordon T. Ledbetter, of Dublin, Ireland
Joe Lee, of near to Newcastle, U.K.
Pieter Leenhouts, of Lars, Ontario, Canada
Jan Lettens, founder of the distinguished website wrecksite.eu
Richard Lewis, of Saint-Geoire-en-Valdaine, Isère, France
Robert Lewis, of Birkenhead, Wirral, U.K.
Tom Lewis, of Newport, Wales, U.K.
John Liddle, of Backwell, North Somerset, U.K.
'Lilyrobbo', Delcampe vendor from the U.K., whose store is here. Denis Linfoot, of Kent, England, whose daily 'blog' of his father's WW1 diaries is here.
Matthew Ling, of Birmingham, U.K.
Archie Linton, of Leven, Fife, Scotland
Rodger Lodewyk, of Queensland, Australia
Michael Lohman, of South West Rocks, New South Wales, Australia
Bronwen Lovering, of Salisbury, Wiltshire
Michael Lowery, of www.uboat.net
Henri Lunardelli, of Faches-Thumesnil, S. of Lille, northern France
Remy Luttik, of Bellingwolde, Netherlands
Summer Lynch, of Australia
Billy Magee MN, archivist of the Merchant Navy Association
Nancy Magnusson, of Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada
Pjotr Mahhonin, of Tallin, Estonia
Derek Maidment, of Whitburn, U.K., previously with 'Bartrams'.
Agnès Maleville, of La Bouille, near Rouen, France
Jonathan Marsh, of Kimpton, Hertfordshire, U.K.
Roy Martin, an author, of Southampton, U.K. Roy's website reference is here
Roger F. Mathison, of Peterhead, Scotland
Peter Mayes, of Bloxham, Oxfordshire, U.K.
Robin McIlraith, of Cambridge, New Zealand
Aron McIntyre, of Saskatchewan, Canada
Kym McKay, of Onkaparinga Hills, Adelaide, South Australia
Donald McLean, of Bradford, West Yorkshire
Joe McMillan, of Moonta Bay, South Australia, previously of Dumbarton, Scotland
Capt. David A. McNamee, of Lancashire, skipper of the Daniel Adamson
Derek Meek, of Cirencester, Gloucestershire
Colin Meiklejohn of the U.K.
Joe Mercieca, of Rabat, Malta
Chris Mewes, of Fremantle, Western Australia, & of Mews Marine Brokers
Hans Meyer, of Ratingen, Germany
Tom Millar, of St. Helen's, Lancashire, U.K.
Tony Millatt, of Mersea Island, Blackwater River, Essex, U.K., & of the Mersea Museum
Charles Miller, principal of Charles Miller Ltd., specialist auctioneers of maritime models etc., of West Kensington, London, England.
Ivo Miller, of Santa Clara, California
Kevin Miller, of Sarnia, Ontario, Canada
Paul Milligan, of the Isle of Man
David Mills, of Yorkshire, U.K.
Robert Moffat, of Australia
Robert Moon, of Sunderland, Chairman of the Friends of Old Sunderland Parish Church & author of 'The Sundered-Land, The Story of a Seaport and its Township', available via that link.
Martin Moore, of 'Sea Cargo Services Limited', Ahuriri, Napier, N. Island, New Zealand
Ian Morgan, of Leeds, West Yorkshire, U.K.
Fraser Morrison, of Inverness, Scotland
Roy Muir, of Australia
Andrew Munro, of Bellshill, Glasgow, Scotland
Kevin Murphy, of near Belmullet, Co. Mayo, Ireland
Andrey Nekrasov, underwater photographer & journalist, of Odessa, southern Ukraine, whose website is here.
Bill Nemo, of Sunderland, U.K.
Peter J. Newman, of Dungannon, Northern Ireland
Celia Newman-Barker, of Newhaven, East Sussex, U.K.
David Nichol, of Sunderland
Elaine Nicholson, of Silksworth, near Sunderland, U.K., Committee member of both Silksworth Heritage Group & Friends of Doxford Park
John Nicholson, of Tenterden, Kent, U.K.
Susan Nicholson, of Liverpool, U.K.
John Nicoll, from the U.K. Lake District
Jens Nielsen, of Copenhagen, Denmark
Howard D. (Ted) Nutt, of Newtownabbey, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Arthur O'Brien, of Sunderland, Tyne & Wear, U.K.
David Old, of the U.K.
Diane Oldman, of Australia, whose Crimean War related website is here
Peter Ollerenshaw, of the U.K.
John T. Oliver, of Newcastle, U.K.
Osman Ondes, marine historian & author, of Istanbul, Turkey
Michael Orpin, from Jersey, Channel Islands
Mary Orton, of Hartfordshire, U.K.
Anke Otto, of the U.K.
Jerry Owston, of Whitley Bay, Tyne & Wear, U.K.
Alfonso Pais, of Pola de Siero, Asturias, Spain
Neville Pamment, of Daylesford, Victoria, Australia
Michael Park, of Hull, U.K.
David Parkinson, of Carlton Miniott, nr. Thirsk, North Yorkshire, U.K.
Bob Parnell, of Maitland, near Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
Nigel Parry, of Edenbridge, Kent, U.K.
Tony Penner, of Wallsend, North Tyneside, U.K.
Gordon Pettey, of Athens, Ohio, U.S.A.
David Philp, of Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland
John E. Persson, of Linköeping, Sweden
Nils Persson, of Åstorp, Sweden
'Petroc', of Lancashire, U.K.
Paolo Piccardo, of Savona, NW Italy
Neil Porter, of Bridlington, East Yorkshire, U.K.
John Powles, of Derby, East Midlands, U.K.
Pauline Priano, of Gateshead, U.K.
Allan Pringle, of New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada
Michael Pryce, of Wellington, New Zealand, President of 'The New Zealand Ship and Marine Society'
Tom Purvis, of Millfield, Sunderland, U.K.
Barry Pycroft, of Christchurch, New Zealand
Barry Quest, of Horrabridge, Devon, U.K.
Claude Rabault, of Nantes, Brittany, France, of 'www.archeosousmarine.net'
Rajan Ramkumar, of Bangalore, India.
William A. Rance, of U.K.
John Random, of London, U.K.
Ray Ranns, from near Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, U.K.
The Rauma Maritime Museum, of Rauma, Finland.
Ian Raw, of Whitby, North Yorkshire, U.K.
Paul Raw, of Durban, South Africa
Rodney Read, Wannanup, Western Australia
Rodriguez Hermosilla, Julio Antonio, of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain
Howard L. Rehs, of 'Rehs Galleries, Inc.', of New York, NY, whose website is here
Paolo Piccardo, of Italy
James Rice, of Sunderland
Bill Richardson, of U.K.
Mark Richardson, of Broomfield, Colorado, U.S.A.
Keith Robertson, from 20 miles or so N. of Newcastle, U.K. - a volunteer working on the history of the South Shields Volunteer Life Brigade.
Paul F. Robins, of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Paul Roper, of High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, U.K.
Geoff Robinson, of Woodbridge, Suffolk, U.K.
Chris Rose, of Grangetown, Sunderland, County Durham, U.K.
David Row, of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Stefano Ruia, of Rome, Italy
Ann Rutte, of Melbourne, Australia
Arthur Ryan, of Auckland, New Zealand.
Birgitta Sadler, of Toronto, Canada
Vicente Sanahuja of Spain, whose extensive 'Vida Maritima' website in Spanish is here
Marie Sanders, of Gibraltar
Dr. Alan Scarth, Curator of Ship Models, Mersey Maritime Museum, Albert Dock, Liverpool
Myrna Schkolne of Winston Salem, North Carolina, whose extensive 'Staffordshire Figures' pottery site is here
James Scott, of Newcastle, U.K.,
Malcolm Scott, of Harrowgate, Yorkshire, U.K., artist, whose website is here
Dawn Scotting, of Waitakere, New Zealand, whose blog is here
Doug Scrafton, Secretary of the South Hylton Local History Society
John Severs, of Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire, U.K.
Harry Shannon, from near Brighton, Sussex, U.K.
Alistair Sharp, of Scarborough, North Yorkshire, U.K.
Ross Shotton, of Iraklion, Crete, Greece
Don Simpson, of Hendon, Sunderland, U.K.
Richard Skelton, of Mount Denson, Nova Scotia, Canada
David Sloan, of Sunderland, U.K.
Cyril Smith, of U.K.
Fred Smith, of the City of Durham, Durham, U.K.
James Smith, of Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, U.K.
Michael Smith, of Stratford, Taranaki, New Zealand
Stephen Smith, Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, of London, England
Captain Terry Smith, of Surrey, U.K.
Capt. Howard N. Snaith, of Towcester, Northamptonshire, U.K.
Robert (Bob) Snowdon, of Sunderland, U.K.
Geoff Soper, of U.K.
Jon Sowell, of Heathfield, East Sussex, U.K.
Keith Spence, of Brampton, Ontario, Canada
Sharon Spry, of Jacksonville, Florida, U.S.A.
Ron Stainton, of Kent, U.K.
David Stewart, of Auckland, New Zealand
Diana Stewart, of London, U.K.
Jeffrey Stokes, of Largs Bay, Adelaide, South Australia
Colin Storey, of Leicestershire, U.K.
Lloyd Stridiron, of New Zealand
Richard Strother, of Southampton, Hampshire, England
Paul Stuart, of Melbourne, Australia
Bill Swift, of Chester, Cheshire, U.K., whose extensive 'pdf' research paper about Thames City, built by D. A. Douglass in 1856, is now available
Stephen Swinhoe, of Sunderland, U.K.
Stuart Swinsco, of Kirkandrews on Eden near Carlisle, Cumbria, U.K.
Timo Sylvänne, of Kuopio, Northern Savonia, Finland.
Andrew H. Tabor, of Sheffield, U.K.
Stan Taylor, of Sunderland, U.K.
Kevin Tennant, of Watford, Hertfordshire, England
Dr. Ottfried Thümmel, of Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
John Tillman, of central France
Jim Tilt, of Sunderland, U.K.
Joaquin Mª Tintoré, of Barcelona, Spain
Bob Todd, Specialist Curator, Historic Photographs, National Maritime Museum, at Greenwich, London, U.K.
Alan Tong, of rural Staffordshire, U.K.
Barbara Tose, of Ottawa, Canada
David Tranter, of the U.K.
Bronson Trevor III, of Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.
Mark Tripp, of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Geoff Trotter, of Hadleigh, Essex, U.K.
Malcolm Turner, of Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Ingrid Ulfstedt, Curator, Swedish National Maritime Museums, of Stockholm, Sweden
Juan Uriagereka, of Washington, D.C., U.S.A.
Bernard & Jennifer Uttley, of Switzerland
Luc van Coolput, of Antwerp, Belgium
Jan van Leest, of Roosendaal, the Netherlands
Hannu Vartiainen, of the Rauma Maritime Museum, of Rauma (where else!), Finland.
Laurence Verjus, of France
Alfons Verheijden, from Belgium, whose 'Doxford Engines' website is here
B. Verheul, of Utrecht, Holland
Alan Vickers, of Sunderland, U.K.
Nico Vleggeert, of The Netherlands, a partner in www.wrecksite.eu
Andreas von Mach, of Markt Indersdorf, Germany, whose company website is here
Robert Wahlen, of Västerås, west of Stockholm, Sweden.
Björn Waldenström, of Norrköping, Sweden
Colin Walker, born in Sunderland, but now of Derbyshire
David Walker, of Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada
Mike Walker, of Collingwood, Ontario, Canada
Des Wallace, of Cape Town, South Africa.
Bruce Ward, of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
David Watts, historian, of Sunderland, U.K.
Nicholas Webster, of Cromer, Norfolk, U.K.
David Wendes (1, 2) of Wight Spirit Diving Charters, of Lymington, Hampshire, U.K.
Dr. Marc A. Wessels, of the Space Exploration Archive, Louisville, Kentucky, U.S.A.
Doug Wheeler, from near Opotiki, Bay of Plenty, North Island, New Zealand
Dr. Julian Whitewright, of 'The Hampshire and Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology', whose website is here.
Ian Whittaker, of Eyemouth, near Berwick-on-Tweed, Scotland. Ian's website is here.
George Wilkins, of Australia
Arthur Wilkinson, of Auckland, New Zealand
Chris Williams, of Marion, New York, U.S.A.
Maciej Wilmański, of Łódź, Poland
Rosemary Wilson, of British Columbia, Canada
David Winter, of Wallsend, U.K.
Philip Winterburn, of Orcheta, Alicante, Spain
Royleen Wolski, of Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia
George A. Wood, of Aberdeen, Scotland
Jean Wood, of 'Chez Iris', Chaniers, Charente Maritime, France
Judy L. Wood, previously marine archaeologist, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah District, Georgia, U.S.A., whose fine research re Undine was made available indirectly to the webmaster.
Cathy Woodhead, of Porthmadog, Gwynedd, Wales, soon to be the author of 'The Wreck of The Criccieth Castle'
Jess Worley, of San Diego, California, U.S.A.
Anthony Worman, of Elmswell, near Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, U.K.
Catherine Wright, of Durham City, Durham, U.K.
Richard N. J. Wright, author of Chinese Steam Navy 1862-1945, of Chatham, Kent, U.K.
Robert Young, of Swellendam, South Africa
Igor Zaytsev, editor of 'Ultimate Depth magazine', a diving magazine published in Moscow, Russia.
Neel R. Zoss, of Hamilton, Michigan, U.S.A., author of 'McDougall's Great Lakes Whalebacks', published in 2007.
Dr. Helmer Zühlke, curator of the Heimatverein Borkum museum, of Borkum, Germany. German link here.
Marijan Zuvic, of Croatia, marine historian & publicist.
And a few where details are sketchy
Geoff ? from Newbottle, near Sunderland
'Tug' of thamestugs.co.uk
1 'Shipbuilding on the Wear: Part 1'
A 'pdf' file. The first of 2 fact sheets provided by the City of Sunderland, Local Studies Centre.
2 'Shipbuilding on the Wear: Part 2'
A 'pdf' file. The second of 2 fact sheets provided by the City of Sunderland, Local Studies Centre.
3 'Reflections of Southwick'
A 'pdf' file. A text by Luke Crown, written, it would appear, in or around 1893 & transcribed by Adrian Abbott (thanks!). A copy of the hand written document is in the Sunderland Local Studies Library. It is not known if the original exists today. You can also see how Austin & Pickersgill Limited presented the text in 1977 in their company journal, 'A and P News', complete with many fine illustrations, here.
BOOKS ON THE SUBJECT OF SUNDERLAND SHIPBUILDING
1 'Where ships are born: Sunderland 1346-1946 ; a history of shipbuilding on the River Wear' by J. W. Smith and T. S. Holden.
Was originally produced by the 'Sunderland Echo', & published in Nov. 1946, of 97 pages. A second impression was published in Mar. 1947. The book was expanded, updated, & republished by 'Wear Shipbuilders' Association' in 1953, with 191 pages, to commemorate the centenary, on Nov. 8, 1953, of the formation of 'Wear Shipbuilders' Association'. All printed by Thomas Reed and Company Limited. An edition seems also listed (Treed & Co.) of 160 pages only & an edition published privately. Each time I read it, I am amazed as to the breadth of its content. I refer to the book here.
2 'Changing Tide - The Final Years of Wear Shipbuilding' by Ray Nichols, Industrial Editor of 'Sunderland Echo' when the book was published.
Published 1990 by Sunderland and Hartlepool Publishing and Printing Limited (publishers of 'Sunderland Echo' I do believe). A fully illustrated soft cover (oblong format), 11 5/8 by 8 1/4 inches. 94 pages.
3 'British Shipbuilding Yards. Volume 1: North-East Coast' by Norman L. Middlemiss.
Published 1993 by Shield Publications Ltd., of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne. Fully illustrated. I believe a soft cover. Large 8vo which with difficulty I see may mean 6.25 x 10 inches in size. 320 pages. Cannot spot the ISBN number at Book-Finder.
4 'Sunderland - The Biggest Shipbuilding Town in the World' by Alan Brett & Andrew Clark.
Published 2005 by Black Cat Publications, of Roker, Sunderland. Fully illustrated. I believe a soft cover. ISBN 1 899560 88 5. Not listed for some reason at Book-Finder.
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