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1990s Gallery

One of a set of commissioned works by Grenville Cottingham charting P&O's principal activities in 1992. JERVIS BAY entered service in 1992.  Painted in watercolours by Grenville Cottingham in the same year As built, JERVIS BAY had a capacity of 4,036 teu (or twenty-foot containers) In 1992 P&O began its long association with Southampton Container Terminal In 1994 P&O acquired an interest in Shekou Container Terminal in China P&O NEDLLOYD SOUTHAMPTON launched in 1998 with a capacity of 6,690 teu (or twenty foot containers) Tea pickers in East Africa – P&O containers appeared throughout the world The bulk carrier FERNIE unloading iron ore at the French port of Dunkirk in the 1990s Girraween, Sydney - P&O bought a number of cold storage companies in Australia & USA in the 1990s AURORA AUSTRALIS was launched in 1990 and still supplies the Australian Antarctic Division today P&O’s first icebreaker, AURORA AUSTRALIS, in Antarctica EUROPEAN PATHWAY - One of many new ferries launched in the1990s and later rebranded P&O Stena Line The PRIDE OF BURGUNDY, May 1993 Launched in 1990 PRIDE OF PORTSMOUTH ran to Le Havre.  A new P&O service to Bilbao began in 1993 P&O Ferrymasters vehicle at port of Felixstowe in 1997 P&O's ORIANA was named by HM The Queen in 1995 and made her maiden call at Sydney a year later. GRAND PRINCESS arriving in New York in 1998.  At the time she was the largest cruiseship in the world.