Late Marine News

Table of Contents

Title Page
The Editor's Notebook
Marine News
Winter Lay-up Listings
The Upper Lakers come to Lake Ontario
For Sale
Wolfe Islander Revisited
Ship of the Month No. 83 MALTON
Late Marine News
Table of Illustrations

BAIE COMEAU II is under charter to Algoma Steel for about a month while YANKCANUCK is off her regular run attending to other details. BAIE COMEAU II made her first arrival at the Soo under the charter on April 1st.

The Costa Line's 674-foot (OA) cruise vessel ANGELINA LAURO was destroyed by fire on March 30 whilst lying in the harbour of Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas. Fortunately, most passengers were ashore and there was no loss of life. ANGELINA LAURO was built in 1939 and for many years had served the Nederland Line of Holland as (a) ORANJE. By unhappy coincidence, her longtime running-mate was JOHAN VAN OLDENBARNEVELT which achieved notoriety in 1963 when, as LAKONIA, she burned with considerable loss of life.



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