Comment on Rust and Rocks: LA JENELLE’s Wreck 41 Years On by Wayne Jones
As a reserve firefighter for Ventura County Fire Station 53. I remember the La Jenelle. It was quite a sight. I especially remember going..
Comment on The Most Northerly NORDSTJERNEN, Part Three by Leonard Maughan
What a damned fine looking vessel....very attractive little pocket..
Comment on The Most Northerly NORDSTJERNEN, Part Three by mage Bailey
Absolutely fascinating. Thank you so much for posting..
Comment on Around The World In 180-Days On INSIGNIA by Dianne
Lovely article. Lovely..
Comment on The Passing Of John Maxtone-Graham by Corey palm desert
I just bought yesterday his book on the United States. John is one reason I love the liners so much. I repeat many of his stories from his..
Comment on The Passing Of John Maxtone-Graham by John F. Banas
Stunningly sad news. I remember getting my copy of The Only Way To Cross at Christmastime in 1972. While I was into the Titanic and then..
Comment on And SILVER MUSE Makes Nine… by Kenneth Eden
Go big or go home seems the rule here.... - Just after the big news from Silver Sea with MUSE comes Crystal, newly bought-out by Gentig of..
Comment on “Naughty Boys’ Ship” Exhibition Opens – Updated by John McRobie
There are quite a few young boys buried at Saint Tegfan Churchyard, Llandegfan, Anglesey Some were killed in accidents aboard the ship...
Comment on Tears On The Tagus and More (Heart)Breaking News by darren
I find it sad to see the end of Discovery. Without repeating any of the former comments regarding realism and faith of vintage liners, I..
Comment on The Most Northerly NORDSTJERNEN, Part Three by Ulli Graumann
Peter, thank you so much for your report! I made the same trip in 2012, the last year of Nordsternens servies for Hurtigruten. Glad to see..
January 6, 2011
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