From Russia with Love (1963) is the second James Bond movie, starring Sean Connery as James Bond. While most non-studio scenes were filmed in Turkey, the famous boat chase was filmed in Scotland.
The ship serving as the floating SPECTRE headquarters is actually the 'MV Aurora', named 'Delos' during the time of filming. She was owned by the Greek Nomikos line. Built in 1955 by the German Blohm & Voss company in Hamburg, she was named 'Wappen von Hamburg' until being sold to Greece. Before getting her current name in 2009, the name changed several times. The Aurora is currently located in Stockton, California, where she is under restoration. The IMO number is 5088227
Bond and Tatiana meet on one of Istanbul's sightseeing ships.
Unidentified Sightseeing ShipEdit
While Bond and Tatiana meet onboard the previously mentioned ship, this Istanbul sightseeing ship passes by in the background.
During a close-up of Tatiana, this ship passes by in the background.
Fairey Huntress 23Edit
After escaping from the Orient Express, Bond und Tatiana steal this Fairey Huntress 23 near Trieste. Soon, they are engaged in a boat chase against enemy SPECTRE boats.
One of the enemy boats (today named 'Liberty', for sale in 2018) is also a Huntress 23.
Fairey Huntsman 28Edit
During the chase, the leading boat ('SPECTRE Black') is manned by Morzeny and four SPECTRE operatives. It chases Bond's Fairey Huntress 23, but gets destroyed at the end of the chase. The third boat ('SPECTRE Green') is also a Huntsman, but not as visible as Morzeny's one.
Bond and Tatiana are driven around Venice in this boat.
This ship can be seen in Venice during the end credits.