Hamer, Geoffrey
June 2009
Steamboat Bill;Summer2009, Vol. 66 Issue 2, p78
The article offers news briefs regarding steamships overseas. The Tallink group's Baltic Queen ship was named in Rauma, Finland on December 5, 2008 as Romantika and entered service in April 2009. The Norwegian coastal ship Richard With ran aground and its passengers were taken off in Trondheim, Norway on January 6, 2009. The company Brittany Ferries introduced its Armorique steamship in February 2009 on the route between Plymouth, England and the Breton Port of Roscoff, France.


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