Cathay:

83 ship citations (2 free) in 44 resources
Cathay ((Singapore, ship) regional type)) Subscribe to view
Cathay (1925) Subscribe to view
Cathay (1958) Subscribe to view
Cathay (bark; Capt. J. Crystic; noted in directory of 1866) Subscribe to view
Cathay (bark; Capt. J. Crystie; noted in directory of 1862) Subscribe to view
Cathay (bark; Capt. J. Crystie; noted in directory of 1863) Subscribe to view
Cathay (bark; Capt. J. Crystie; noted in directory of 1864) Subscribe to view
Cathay (bark; Capt. J. Crystie; noted in directory of 1865) Subscribe to view
Cathay (bark; Capt. J. Crystie; noted in directory of 1867) Subscribe to view
Cathay (bark; Capt. J. Crystie; noted in directory of 1869) Subscribe to view
Cathay (Barque; wrecked 1866) Subscribe to view
Cathay (British merchant ship) Subscribe to view
Cathay (British) Subscribe to view
Cathay (British): Race for Tunisia Subscribe to view
Cathay (British; Passenger, Steel, Screw Steamer, built 1925; ON: 148843) Subscribe to view
Cathay (Built 1921; Name given in 1921; Freighter) Subscribe to view
Cathay (Built 1979, Whitby, ON, Canada; Name given in 1979; Yacht, sail, 17.67 tons) Subscribe to view
Cathay (cargo, built 1898, at Leith; tonnage: 4112) Subscribe to view
Cathay (E & A Line) [timetables, images, etc.] Subscribe to view
Cathay (Freight Barge; 18 gross tons) Subscribe to view
Cathay (Glasgow, 1925, Steam; ON: 148843) Subscribe to view
Cathay (Great Britain, 1925) Subscribe to view
Cathay (I) (P&O Line) Subscribe to view
Cathay (II) (P&O Line) Subscribe to view
Cathay (III) (P&O Line) Subscribe to view
Cathay (Iron Screw Steamer; West Hartlepool; built 1883; 1640 gross tons; official number: 89457) Subscribe to view
Cathay (Iron, built 1872; ON: 65702) Subscribe to view
Cathay (London, 1872, Steam; ON: 65702) Subscribe to view
Cathay (Newcastle, 1861, Sail; ON: 29118) Subscribe to view
Cathay (of Glasgow, T Fairthough, Master, 1884 tons, from the port of London to Sydney, New South Wales, 3 Oct 1884) Subscribe to view
Cathay (of Glasgow, W. W. Robbie, Master, 2982 tons, from the port of London to Sydney, New South Wales, 28th July 1883) Subscribe to view
Cathay (of Glasgow, William Malcolm Robbie Master, 1884 tons, from the port of Melbourne to Sydney, New South Wales, 28th March 1881) Subscribe to view
Cathay (of Glasgow, William Malcolm Robbie, Master, 1884 tons, from the port of Galle to Sydney New South Wales, 10th September 1881) Subscribe to view
Cathay (of Glasgow, William Malcolm Robbie, Master, 1884 tons, from the port of Galle to Sydney, New South Wales, 18 June, 1881) Subscribe to view
Cathay (of Liverpool James H Gibbon, Master. 258 tons, Returned to Port New South Wales. Jany 10 1866) Subscribe to view
Cathay (of Liverpool, James H. Gibbon, Master, 258 tons, from the port of Foo Chow to Sydney, New South Wales, 6th November, 1865) Subscribe to view
Cathay (of Liverpool, James Hy. Gibbon, Master, 250 tons, from the port of Foo Chow Foo to Sydney, New South Wales, 12th December 1864) Subscribe to view
Cathay (of Sydney, William Malcolm Robbie, Master, 1884 tons, from the port of Melbourne to Sydney, New South Wales, 3st Dec. 1880) Subscribe to view
Cathay (P&O Line) [timetables, images, etc.] Subscribe to view
Cathay (passcargo, built 1872, at Dumbarton; tonnage: 2983) Subscribe to view
Cathay (passcgoref, built 1925, at Glasgow; tonnage: 15121) Subscribe to view
Cathay (Peninsular, P&O, or associated line) Subscribe to view
Cathay (Recreational; Winslow, WA; 10 gross tons) Subscribe to view
Cathay (see as Ville De Majunga) Subscribe to view
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Published OCLC, Dublin, Ohio
Cathay (steamer; Capt. M. R. Dunning; noted in directory of 1888) Subscribe to view
Cathay (steamer; Capt. M. R. Dunning; noted in directory of 1890) Subscribe to view
Cathay (steamer; Capt. M. R. Dunning; noted in directory of 1891) Subscribe to view
Cathay (steamer; Capt. M. R. Dunning; noted in directory of 1892) Subscribe to view
Cathay (steamer; Capt. R. Butterwick; noted in directory of 1893) Subscribe to view
Cathay (steamer; Capt. R. Butterwick; noted in directory of 1894) Subscribe to view
Cathay (Steamship) Subscribe to view
Cathay (transport): sunk Subscribe to view
Cathay (warship) Subscribe to view
Cathay (West Hartlepool, 1884, Steam; ON: 89457) Subscribe to view
Cathay, Kathay, Cal. clipper ship
Book The Clipper Ship Era: An Epitome of Famous American and British Clipper Ships, Their Owners, Builders, and Crews, 1843-1869
Author Arthur H. Clark
Published G.P. Putnam's Sons; The Knickerbocker Press, New York,
Pages 232, 358
Cathay, SS Subscribe to view
Cathay, SS (Belgian, Ex SS Baudouinville) Subscribe to view
Cathay, SS: bombed Subscribe to view