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Western Australian Museum Ship Prints
SS Guglielmo Marconi
SS Guglielmo Marconi was an Italian ocean liner launched on 24 September 1961 for Lloyd Triestinos Genoa—Sydney service. Her sister ship was SS Galileo Galilei. The G. Galilei and G. Marconi, were launched in 1962-3. They voyaged from Genoa, Italy to Melbourne, and could carry up to 289 first class passengers and 1594 tourist class passengers.
Anna Salen (Tasmania)
Originally built in 1939 as the MORMACLAND by Sun Shipbuilding & Drydock Co in Chester for Moore-McCormack Lines. She was under the command of Captain R. Enander when she left Nordenham, Germany and headed for Western Australia. She was owned by the Salen Rederierns Steamship Line and Stockholm was her port of registry. She had a Net Tonnage of 7819.62, a Gross Tonnage of 11672.28 and carried 1500 European immigrants bound for Australia. She docked in Fremantle on December 31, 1950 where 1522 men, women and children migrants disembarked.