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Incres Compãnía de Navegación, Panama 1950-1954 / Incres Steamship Company Ltd., Liberia 1954-1964

Incres Compãnía de Navegación started operations in July 1950 with the EUROPA (ex- Mongolia built in 1923 for P&O). She made 5 round voyages from New York to Plymouth and Antwerp. After that she made cruises from New York mostly to Nassau.
In 1951 the EUROPA resumed the transatlantic route now from New York to Plymouth and Le Havre. After 7 round voyages she went to Genoa were she was refitted and renamed NASSAU. The NASSAU was placed in a service between New York and Nassau.
In 1954 the Incres Compãnía de Navegación was reflagged to Liberia and restyled as the Incres Steamship Company Ltd.
In January 1959 the Union Castle Liner Dunnattor Castle was purchased, towed to Holland and refurbished, re-engined with diesel engines and entered service in December 1959 as VICTORIA.
The NASSAU was sold in 1961 for further cruising.
The Victoria was mainly used for cruising but made some transatlantic voyages between 1960-1964.
The VICTORIA was sold to a Swedish Rederi Aktiebolaget Clipper in 1964 still managed by Incres and continued cruising from New York to the West Indies. Incres started also acting as the New York passenger agent restyled as the Incres Line Agency.

Many thanks to Henk Jungerius and Ted Finch for their assistance in collecting this data. The following list was extracted from various sources. This is not an all inclusive list but should only be used as a guide. If you would like to know more about a vessel, visit the Ship Descriptions (onsite) or Immigrant Ship web site.

  • Routes:
    • New York-Plymouth-Antwerp
    • New York, Plymouth (May-early Aug only), Le Havre. (one voyage via Boston.)
      Return voyages: Le Havre, Plymouth, Halifax (Apr-July only), New York.
    • New York-Nassau

Funnel & Flags:


Funnel Flag Flag
Vessel Built Years in Service Tons
Europa 1923 built by Armstrong, Whitworth & Co., Newcastle on Tyne | ex- Mongolia built for P&O, 1938 chartered to New Zealand Shipping Co., renamed Rimutaka, 1950 purchased renamed Europa, 1951 renamed Nassau, 1961 sold to Cia. Nav. Turistica Mexana S.A., Acapulco renamed Acapulco, 1963 laid up, 1964-1965 scrapped at Osaka. 16,504
Nassau   see Europa.  
Victoria 1936 built by Harland & Wolff Ltd, Belfast | ex- Dunnottar Castle, 1959 purchased from Union Castle Line towed to Holland where she was rebuilt and re-engined renamed Victoria, 1964 sold to Victoria S.S. Co., Monrovia (a subsidiary of the Swedish Einar Hansen's Rederi A/B Clipper, Malmo) with Incres as managers, 1975 sold to the Chandris subsidiary Phaidon Navigation Co. (Chandris Inc) London and transferred to Greek registry although briefly registered as being owned by the National American Hellenic Line with the intention of resuming a service across the Atlantic,1975 the engine was overhauled and the cabins refurbished before resuming cruising. 1977 renamed The Victoria under Panamanian flag, 1981 sold to Victoria Maritime S.A., Piraeus for cruising without a change of name, 1993 sold to Interorient Navigation Co., Limassol renamed Princesa Victoria, 1994 sold to Louis Cruise Lines of Cyprus not renamed, 2004 laid up as Victoria I, 2004 scrapped at Alang. 14,917

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