Misadventures of Mercator One.

By: BATHURST, Norm.

Price: $25.00

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BATHURST, Norm. The Misadventures of Mercator One. Photos by Mercator crew and Norm Bathurst. Cartoons drawn by Doug Scott. N.pl.: Norm Bathurst Productions Ltd., May 1978. First Edition. Pp (40). Illustrated. Oblong small 8vo, illustrated red stapled card covers. A humourous photo and cartoon book about the Mercator One. “Regina Maris, 5813 GRT, Loa 118m, 276 passengers :Lubeck Line's Regina Maris was built in 1966 especially for cruising in re mote areas. She quickly established a very high reputation for her cruises in Northern Europe. In 1976 she was sold to a Canadian firm and renamed Mercator One, but spent most of her time in lay up. Deilmann bought her in 1979 and she became the Frankfurt One. After a refit she was renamed back to Regina Maris. Deilmann operated her for several years as a cruise ship before the advent of newer vessels such as Berlin and later Deutschland. She wassuddenly sold to shipping tycoon Latsis and renamed Alexander in 1984. Lat sis converted her to a private yacht (only 12 passengers....) and invited the Saudi Royal Family, Prince Charles and Lady Di, President Bush Sr. to sail in her. She is currently on the yacht charter market.” from CruiseShipOdyssey's website. A nice, tight, bright copy. 25.00

Title: Misadventures of Mercator One.

Author Name: BATHURST, Norm.

Categories: 77,

Publisher: Norm Bathurst Productions Ltd., 1978,:

Seller ID: 95496

Keywords: NAUTICAL NOVA SCOTIA CRUISE SHIP SHIPS CANADA LINERS HUMOUR CANADIAN,