Java-China-Japan Line - JCJL
(Java-China-Japan Lijn)

Netherlands/Netherlands East Indies

In 1947, Java-China-Japan Lijn was transformed into Koninklijke Java-China Paketvaart Lijnen,
better known as Royal Interocean Lines.


Click for larger view
Sailings May-December 1929
Vessel(s) Ports of call
Tjisaroea (May-July only)
Tjisondari
Tjikembang
Tjikarang
Tjibadak
(From July)
Batavia, Hong Kong, Amoy, Shanghai
Tjileboet
Tjikini
(June only)
Tjimanoek
Tjitaroem
(July only)
Tjisalak (From Aug)
Tjisaroea (From Aug)
Sourabaya, Macassar, Balikpapan, Hong Kong, Amoy, Shanghai.
Return voyages: Shanghai, Keelung, Amoy, Hong Kong, Manila, Macassar, Sourabaya.
Tjipanas (May-Aug only)
Tjibodas
Tjikini
(Aug-Sep only)
Tjitaroem (From Sep)
Tjiliwong (From Oct)
Benlomond (Ben Line - freight only, June-July)
Sourabaya, Balikpapan, Manila, Amoy

(No return voyages listed)


Click for larger view
Sailings December 1933-December 1934 (issued November 1933)
Vessel(s) Ports of call
Tjibadak
Tjisadane
Tjinegara
Sourabaya, Samarang, Batavia, Hong Kong, Amoy, Shanghai.
Return voyages: Shanghai, Amoy, Hong Kong, Manila, Macassar, Bali, Sourabaya.
Tjileboet
Tjikarang
Tjisondari
Tjisalak
Tjisaroea
Tjikembang
Sourabaya, Macassar, Balikpapan/Menado/Cebu (one or two of the ports; less often Menado), Manila, Hong Kong, Amoy, Shanghai (approx. every other voyage), Dairen.
Return voyages: Dairen, Keelung (approx. every other voyage), Amoy, Hong Kong, Batavia.

*

See the archives section for more brochures of Java-China-Japan Line.

*

See also KPM Line.

*

Java-China-Japan Line fleet information, history etc. on the following website:

*

You may use my images on another website.
Then please credit them as being from the collection of Björn Larsson,
and preferably provide a link to my Introduction page.
Thank you!

This page last updated April 7, 2009.