OT - For a slow Friday night...ship trivia

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hstrybuf

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ShipMaven you are amazing! Applause, applause! And you can't scare me off! :grin
 
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Bruce

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Mary Ann,

His name was Sir James Bisset. He served as Master of both Queens. I can't put my hand on his book just yet,,, that is another story in itself. Will keep looking.

Bruce
 
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Seawitch

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How about the "Three Hour Cruise" ship: The one and only : SS Minnow He He
 
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BurBunny

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Okay, I know this won't stump you, but let's see how much research time it takes you. What are the current names and leasing companies of the former Renaissance ships?
 
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ShipMaven

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Bruce,

Commodore Sir James Bisset was one of several very famous ones in the once-grand Cunard fleet.
 
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ShipMaven

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BurBunny - can't give you a complete answer yet...but...

Cruiseinvest LLC first took over R1, 2, 5, 6 and 7.

P&O/Princess took R3 & 4, renamed Pacific and Tahitian Princess. Tahitian Princess now sails year 'round for Princess; Pacific Princess will be shared by both companies.

Oceana Cruises (Joe Watters & Frank Del Rio) have since taken R1 (Oceana Regatta) and R2 (Oceana ?) and have an option for R6.

Still have to scrounge up R5 and 8. ;)
 
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ShipMaven

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The Mayflower is first recorded in 1609. She was at that time owned by Christopher Nichols, Richard Child, Thomas Short, and Christopher Jones. :devil

I believe it was after her first voyage to the U.S. that she acquired the short-lived name of SS Minnow. :grin
 
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Bruce

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Mary Ann,

If you are correct about the Mayflower, you have got to get a life.


Bruce
 
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ShipMaven

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No, Bruce. It's a question of keeping up with bOBert. :grin


And with that, I do have a life (I think) and have to log off for awhile...

Enjoy the day.
 
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ShipMaven

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It was all done in fun, Cruzship - certainly on my part.

Here - have a Krispy Kreme. ;)
 

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