MS Batory

The M-S Batory was a large (14 287 BRT) ocean liner of the Polish merchant fleet named after Stefan Batory the famous sixteenth-Century king of Poland. She was built at the Cantieri Riuniti dell' Adriatico Monfalcone Shipyard in Trieste Italy under an arrangement where part of her payment was made in shipments of coal from Poland. She was among the most notable tourist attractions of the Polish seaside and among the best-known Polish ships of the time. She was launched on 8 July 1935.

Holland as a replacement for the obsolete MS Batory Construction and handover The Majestic was built by the Blohm & Voss shipbuilders in Hamburg, Germany and 1
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MS Batory in the spring of 1939.3
MS BATORY seen in Halifax at Pier 41 in May 1966.4

Builder of the MS Batory is Monfalcone.

ocean liner MS Batory & hand-colored images of Christ, chick & flowers; used for its intended purpose when mailed 1960 from Gdynia to Illinois, a little toning in the left front border, 5
On July 3, 1949, the MS Batory arrived at pier 88 at the foot of west 48th street in New York City. Aboard was little Shachne, first class passenger cabin no. 228.6
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