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Montenegro - Shipping Companies




See also:

Boka, Kotor

Brodarsko akcijsko društvo Boka Kotor

[Boka, Kotor] [Normal] 2:3~
In use: since 1918-1941
Source: Vladimir Isaić: Pomorski običaji i tradicije, Adamić, Rijeka, 2001.
Pomorski leksikon, Jugoslavenski leksikografski zavod "Miroslav Krleža", Zagreb, 1990.

The flag is divided in rising diagonal blue and white, with white Cyrillic initial B in upper hoist and blue Latin B in lower fly.

The shipping company established as Zetska plovidba, between 1920 and 1934 using the name Boka. In 1920's enlarges the lines in southern Adriatic and by the end of 1930's operating several international lines in Mediteranean. Almost half of the fleet destroyed in the World War II.



Bokeška plovidba, Dobrota

Source: Pomorski leksikon, Jugoslavenski leksikografski zavod "Miroslav Krleža", Zagreb, 1990.

The steamship company established in 1892 by Radončićs, maintaining lines within the Boka bay with four ships, sold to Tripković company of Trieste in 1917.



Jugooceania, Kotor

Jugoslovenska oceanska plovidba

[Jugooceania, Kotor] [Normal] 2:3~
Adopted: ?
Source: Josef Nüsse: Ships and Flags http://home.t-online.de/home/josef.nuesse/ 08. 06. 2001.
Pomorski leksikon, Jugoslavenski leksikografski zavod "Miroslav Krleža", Zagreb, 1990.
Scott, R.M., The Caltex book of Flags and Funnels, Capetown, Caltex Africa Ltd. (1959)

The flag is white with thin red diagonals and blue bordered white disk in the middle containing a red five-pointed star. (Scott shows the flag with blue saltire and red ring, but that may be an error.)

Current status of the flag unknown. Might be obsolete.
Jugooceania was established in 1954 in Kotor. In 1962 it merged Lovćen, Kotor and Brodarstvo, Herceg-Novi and gained some ships after decentralization of Jugolinija. In 1986 owned 22 cargo ships maintaining international trade.



Prekookeanska plovidba, Bar

[Prekookeanska plovidba, Bar] [Normal] 3:5~
Adopted: ?
Source: Josef Nüsse: Ships and Flags http://home.t-online.de/home/josef.nuesse/ 08. 06. 2001
Vladimir Isaić: Pomorski običaji i tradicije, Adamić, Rijeka, 2001.

The flag is white with blue stripe that forks in the centre forming a square lozenge and a red tilted star in the white field within.

Current status of the flag unknown. Might be obsolete.



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