Thanks for posting the images of SS South Steyne harbor 950. She is a captivating boat for a ferry. I forgot to mention the large open ER viewing area on the main deck, to see the engines at work. Originally coal fired, later converted to burn oil. This and other Manly ferries cross the Sydney Heads which open to the Pacific Ocean, they had to be seaworthy., and they were.
She features in a book "Manly Ferries of Sydney Harbour" by Tom Mead. I have a autographed copy. She was in her livery for the delivery voyage, Manly ferries have an identifiable look, there was some amazement from ships and passengers seeing a Manly ferry transiting the Suez Canal.
2005 Integrity 386 "Sojourn"
We were inbound through the small lock this afternoon in Seattle and looked up to see this beauty outbound through the large lock. She is the M/V Malibu. I couldn't find out anything about her, but she sure is a beautiful boat. Well, I don't know how it turned out upside down, it is right side up on my computer. Does anyone know how to fix?