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House flag of Croatia Line
Left, as shown by Josef Nuesse - Image by Željko Heimer, 15 June 2001
Right, as shown by Loughran, 1995 [lgr95]
Croatia Lines succeeded Jugoslavenska linijska plovidba, based in Rijeka, in 1992.
Lloyds give the company as being in financial difficulties in late 1999 and they do not appear to have survived.
Željko Heimer & Neale Rosanoski, 22 November 2004
The house flag of Croatia Line is white with a slanted blue field with a white stylized sailing ship.
Željko Heimer, 22 November 2004
House flag of Jugolinija - Image by Željko Heimer, 15 June 2001
Jugolinija was established in 1947 in Rijeka with 18 ships, reaching 57 ships and over 3000 employees in 1986. In 1949, it merged with Jugoslavenska slobodna plovidba. In the 1950s, over two dozen ships were split to the newly formed companies Splošna plovba, Jugotanker, Atlantska, Jugooceanija.
The house flag of Jugolinija, as shown by Josef Nuesse and by Isaić [isa01], is blue with a white lozenge charged with a red five-pointed star in the middle.
Željko Heimer, 15 June 2001
Brown's 5th edition [wed51] shows a red flag with a white diamond throughout bearing a red star, indeed the flag of Jugoslavenska slobodna plovidba. Brown has compounded the error by showing the blue flag version of Jugoslavenska Linijska under the heading of Jugoslavenska slobodna.
Neale Rosanoski, 25 February 2005
House flag of Jugoslavenska slobodna plovidba - Image by Željko Heimer, 1 November 2004
The State-owned company Jugoslavenska slobodna plovidba was established in 1947 in Sušak (Rijeka) with 14 ships; it merged with Jugolinija in 1949. Another company of the same name, established in 1961 in Ploče (Kardeljevo) with 3 ships, merged with Šibenska plovidba in 1963.
The flag of Jugoslavenska slobodna plovidba, as shown by Loughran, 1995 [lgr95], is red with white lozenge throughout containing a red five-pointed star.
Neale Rosanoski, 1 November 2004