Scenes of firefighters preparing to board the container ship, Spirit of Competition at Lyttelton Harbour.
View of Lyttelton Harbour from Canterbury Street.
The Squall, destined for the Chatham Islands, but with no crew, waits in Lyttelton Port.
With the Pacific Ocean on its shores, and rivers threading its landscape, the people of Canterbury have used boats for both work and leisure throughout the centuries. From row boats, tugs, yachts, and...
View of a Cargo Ship off the coast of Sumner in the South Pacific Ocean.
Views of the Dutch cruise ship, Tjiluwah at Lyttelton. [Frames 2 and 3] Wendy Brackenridge and Ron Denny.
The Squall docked at the wharf in Lyttelton Port.
Views of the Dutch cruise ship, Tjiluwah at Lyttelton.
The Esperanza ship docked at Lyttelton Harbour. Logs are visible in the foreground and Banks Peninsula is in the background.
View of the S. S. Waikare at Napier wharf, taken from beach across the water.
Views of the Russian cruise liner, Shota Rustaveli.
Postraits of the captain of the Russian cruise liner, Shota Rustaveli, Elizbar Gogiditzie.
The coastal vessel Hawea docked at Lyttelton Harbour. Frames two and three show a seaman boarding the vessel.
Views of a model of Captain Cook's ship, Endeavour, being launched at Lyttelton.
Views of a refrigerated ship, Port Chalmers, at Lyttelton.
View of the scale model of Captain Cook's ship, Endeavour, at the Banks Peninsula Cruising Club, Lyttelton.
Views of a model of the ship, Endeavour.
The ship, USS Roark, at Lyttelton Port along with the fire guns from the new Lyttelton Harbour Board tug.
Views on the ship at Lyttelton Port.
Ocean liner, SS Southern Cross, berthed at Cashin Quay in Lyttelton Harbour before taking on passengers. Viewed from quay.