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Sally Ferries

Cross-Channel, apparently.

Thanks to Wolfgang Franken. (2002)

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Sally Ferries (narrower)

Judging by the size of Sally's bags, cross-Channel crossings seem to have got less choppy.

Thanks to Janusz Tichoniuk (2006)

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Santa Barnada

From a "pirate ship" plying the waters off the Algarve, in Portugal. Sadly identical to the generic Delphin bag above, without the redeeming rubber stamp as proof of provenance.

Thanks to Hamish Goldie-Scot. (2002)

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Scandinavian Seaways

What a helpful bag: "Anyone can become seasick," it tells us, "even the toughest sailor. Fatique, [sic] hunger or any form of stress can be contributing factors. You may obtain, free of charge, seasick tablets from the information office."

Tablets or no, not many passengers are going to get sick on the ship pictured on the bag: it is becalmed on a mirror-smooth sea.

Thanks to Stuart Hickson. (2000)  

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Scandinavian Seaways (lighter blue)

The reflection of the ship in the water has an extra line of diagonal portholes.

Thanks to Nico Snels. (2005)

 

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Scandlines

This company offers plain whites on its Danish Bøjden-Fynshav line. (2001) 

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