Motor Vessel Balmoral :: Shared Description

The Balmoral was built in 1949 and initially operated as a ferry carrying up to 10 cars on the Southampton to Cowes crossing.
In the late 1960s she became part of P&A Campbell's White Funnel Fleet based in the Bristol Channel.
Since 1986, owned by the Waverley Steam Navigation Co. Ltd, she continues to operate excursions in the Bristol Channel and other UK coastal areas.
The Balmoral is on the Register of British Historic Ships.
by Robin Drayton
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J0825 : The "Balmoral" at Newry by Albert Bridge
NS2975 : MV Balmoral and PS Waverley at Greenock by Thomas Nugent
ST3186 : MV Balmoral on the River Usk [4] by Robin Drayton
D2425 : The "Balmoral" at Red Bay by Albert Bridge
NS2975 : The Garvel Dock by Thomas Nugent
NS2677 : MV Balmoral passing Greenock by Thomas Nugent
C8433 : MV Balmoral at Coleraine by The Carlisle Kid
ST5872 : Bristol Industrial Museum by Thomas Nugent
NS2677 : MV Balmoral passing Greenock by Thomas Nugent
ST3186 : MV Balmoral on the River Usk [1] by Robin Drayton
J1811 : The "Balmoral" at Carlingford by Albert Bridge
ST5872 : MV Balmoral by Thomas Nugent
ST5872 : The Floating Harbour by Thomas Nugent
ST3186 : MV Balmoral on the River Usk [3] by Robin Drayton
C8432 : The "Balmoral" at Coleraine by Albert Bridge
D4102 : The "Balmoral" at Larne by Albert Bridge
NS2677 : MV Balmoral passing Greenock by Thomas Nugent
NS2975 : MV Balmoral and PS Waverley at Greenock by Thomas Nugent
NS2975 : Bow of MV Balmoral in Greenock by Thomas Nugent
ST3186 : Moorings on the River Usk [1] by Robin Drayton
J5082 : The MV 'Balmoral' at Bangor by Rossographer
ST5872 : MV Balmoral by Thomas Nugent
ST5872 : MV Balmoral by Thomas Nugent
ST3186 : MV Balmoral on the River Usk [2] by Robin Drayton
NS2975 : MV Balmoral and PS Waverley at Greenock by Thomas Nugent

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Created: Mon, 22 Aug 2011, Updated: Mon, 22 Aug 2011

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