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Lake Victoria ferries

Index Lake Victoria ferries

Lake Victoria ferries are motor ships (earlier examples were steamboats) carrying freight and passengers among Uganda, Tanzania, and Kenya on Lake Victoria. [1]

29 relations: East African Railway Master Plan, Entebbe, Jinja, Uganda, Kenya Railways Corporation, Kisumu, Lake Victoria, List of shipwrecks of Africa, Marine Services Company Limited, MV Bukoba, MV Serengeti, MV Uhuru, MV Umoja, MV Victoria (1959), Port Bell, Queen Victoria (ship), SS Clement Hill, SS Kavirondo, SS Nomadic (1911), SS Nyanza (1907), SS Rusinga, SS Sybil (1901), SS Usoga, SS Winifred (1901), Tanzania Railways Limited, Transport in Kenya, Transport in Tanzania, Transport in Uganda, Victoria, Yarrow Shipbuilders.

East African Railway Master Plan

The East African Railway Master Plan is a proposal for rejuvenating railways serving Tanzania, Kenya, and Uganda and adding railways to serve Rwanda and Burundi.

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Entebbe

Entebbe is a major town in Central Uganda.

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Jinja, Uganda

Jinja is a town in Uganda, the third-largest economy in the East African Community.

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Kenya Railways Corporation

Kenya Railways Corporation (KRC), also Kenya Railways (KR) is the national railway of Kenya.

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Kisumu

Kisumu, officially known as Kisumu City (and formerly Port Florence), is the Kenyan inland port city on Lake Victoria and the capital city of Kisumu County, Kenya.

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Lake Victoria

Lake Victoria (Nam Lolwe in Luo; Nalubaale in Luganda; Nyanza in Kinyarwanda and some Bantu languages) is one of the African Great Lakes.

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List of shipwrecks of Africa

This is a list of shipwrecks located in or around the continent of Africa.

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Marine Services Company Limited

Marine Services Company Limited (MSCL) is a Tanzanian company that operates ferries, cargo ships and tankers on three of the African Great Lakes, namely Lake Victoria, Lake Tanganyika and Lake Nyasa.

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MV Bukoba

MV Bukoba was a Lake Victoria ferry that carried passengers and cargo between the Tanzanian ports of Bukoba and Mwanza.

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MV Serengeti

MV Serengeti is a Lake Victoria passenger and cargo ship operated by the Marine Services Company Limited of Mwanza, Tanzania.

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MV Uhuru

MV Uhuru is a Lake Victoria ferry in East Africa.

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MV Umoja

MV Umoja is a Lake Victoria ferry in East Africa.

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MV Victoria (1959)

MV Victoria is a Lake Victoria ferry operated by the Marine Services Company Limited of Tanzania.

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Port Bell

Port Bell is a small industrial centre in the greater metropolitan Kampala area, in Uganda.

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Queen Victoria (ship)

Queen Victoria has been the name of several ships.

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SS Clement Hill

SS Clement Hill was a cargo and passenger Lake Victoria ferry in East Africa.

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SS Kavirondo

SS Kavirondo was a steam tug on Lake Victoria in East Africa.

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SS Nomadic (1911)

SS Nomadic is a former tender of the White Star Line, launched on 25 April 1911 in Belfast now on display in Belfast's Titanic Quarter.

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SS Nyanza (1907)

SS Nyanza is a disused passenger-cargo steamer on Lake Victoria in East Africa.

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SS Rusinga

SS Rusinga is a cargo and passenger Lake Victoria ferry in East Africa.

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SS Sybil (1901)

SS Sybil was a cargo and passenger Lake Victoria ferry in East Africa.

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SS Usoga

SS Usoga is a disused cargo and passenger Lake Victoria ferry in East Africa.

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SS Winifred (1901)

SS Winifred was a cargo and passenger Lake Victoria ferry in East Africa.

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Tanzania Railways Limited

The Tanzania Railways Corporation (TRC) is a state-owned enterprise that runs one of Tanzania's two main railway networks.

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Transport in Kenya

Transport in Kenya refers to the transportation structure in Kenya.

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Transport in Tanzania

Transport in Tanzania includes road, rail, air and water networks.

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Transport in Uganda

Transport in Uganda refers to the transportation structure in Uganda.

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Victoria

Victoria most commonly refers to.

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Yarrow Shipbuilders

Yarrow Shipbuilders Limited (YSL), often styled as simply Yarrows, was a major shipbuilding firm based in the Scotstoun district of Glasgow on the River Clyde.

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References

[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lake_Victoria_ferries

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