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Incat 50 - Views of The Voyage Home

Photographs  Ian Collard 2008

The maritime author Ian Collard travelled on part of the delivery voyage of Incat 50 between Suez and Portsmouth during July 2008. Here are a selection of photographs from the voyage. During  the voyage INCAT 50 managed to rendezvous with a ship in Malta which carries a livery, which maritime legend has it, was copied from the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company way back in the 19th Century!
IMO number 9176072
Name of ship :INCAT 050
Call Sign :C6WO7
Gross tonnage :4960
Type of ship :Passenger/Ro-Ro Cargo Ship
Year of build :1998
Flag :Bahamas
In the Suez CanalGozoMalta 

Refuelling Stop in MaltaVehicle DeckIn the Mediterranean
Gibraltar - (left)  Malta Valetta Harbour (right) Rendezvous with a old Queen. Both ships will have new careers in 2009.  
Arriving at Portsmouth

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