MORETON BAY MORETON BAY Modify Page Content Ship Details Rig Screw Steamer Built 1921 Built In Barrow Tonnage 14,193g 8,584n Dimensions 530.6 x 68.3 x 39.9 Demise Aberdeen & Commonwealth Line Ltd., reg. London. 1957 April 13: Arrived at Barrow to be broken up. VoyagesView Full List 1950 ➜ 21 October 1950 MORETON BAY 1950 ➜ 21 December 1950 MORETON BAY Port Adelaide 1949 ➜ 28 September 1949 MORETON BAY Port Adelaide 1948 ➜ 30 July 1948 MORETON BAY Port Adelaide 1948 ➜ 16 December 1948 MORETON BAY Southampton Port Adelaide Media MORETON BAY MORETON BAY MORETON BAY Upload Media Comment Long story But really I am Fred (not verified) on Tue, 2020-12-01 23:58 Long story But really I am intrested in THE People working at This ship in THE Year 1956 Reason Looking for my biologic father Possible name Freddy Evans reply I travelled on ss Moreton Bay John Fordham (not verified) on Sat, 2021-01-30 20:13 I travelled on ss Moreton Bay Sydney to England in 1946. We had 750 Prisoners of War to go to Naples. I am looking for a passenger list reply I am in the process of typing Christina Jean Smith (not verified) on Wed, 2021-02-10 02:25 I am in the process of typing out my father's (Albert George Bayer) diaries and illustrating them with photos he took en route. His first diary is about his voyage from London to Australia as a 15 year old 'deck boy' in 1938 on S. S. Moreton Bay. reply Our family travelled from Stephen Francis... (not verified) on Mon, 2021-04-05 12:03 Our family travelled from Sydney to the UK in late 1955. Not sure of the exact date. Part way through the trip we were stranded across the Suez Canal for a few days until tug boats straightened the ship so we could continue our journey. We did take some photos and I'm hoping to track them down. reply My grandfather came to Christopher innes (not verified) on Sun, 2021-04-18 19:12 My grandfather came to Australia on that boat approx 1928 my dad still has the original ticket reply Sailed from south hampton to Janet Chalklen ... (not verified) on Wed, 2021-06-30 16:57 Sailed from south hampton to australia on way to nz ..with father F.J.Sutton and mother I. Sutton 1950..and younger sistet Linda . reply Two of my Mothers brothers Hazel McColl (not verified) on Sun, 2021-08-15 19:36 Two of my Mothers brothers left for Australia on this ship in 1918/19 and started a new life in Australia….raising families eventually in Melbourne and Sydney. They were Arthur (Olly) Hazeldine and Douglas Hazeldine. Just revisiting family history as we do later in life. reply I was aged 11 when my family Peter Kilvert (not verified) on Mon, 2021-09-27 01:14 I was aged 11 when my family emigrated from Manchester to Melbourne on SS Moreton Bay in 1956. Set off from King George V Dock London on about 26th February 1956. Called at Valetta, (Malta), Port Said, (Egypt), Aden, (was that Yemen in those days?), Columbo, (Ceylon), Freemantle, and on to Melbourne (about 4th April). We'd heard is was her 3rd last run before she was to be scrapped. We were travelling at about the same time as Largs Bay and came across her with engine failure between Columbo and Freemantle and towed her to Freemantle. Fond memories. reply Moreton Bay December 1946 joannetappy on Mon, 2022-07-18 10:20 Moreton Bay December 1946 Italian Prisoners of War Interested in corresponding with John Fordham about the Italian POWs onboard his journey. I undertake extensive research in the field of Italian prisoners of war in Australia. I am researching this voyage for an article. italianprisonersofwar.com Joanne Tapiolas firstname.lastname@example.org reply Your Stories Your name * E-mail * Post your story * Submit Leave this field blank Share this Page Share this ship with your friends and followers online.