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SANTA ROSA for voyages 58 and 59 in July-August 1964.\u003cbr\u003e \u003cbr\u003e The log comes to us because in the mid-1970s an adventurous young man and his brother were snooping around the docks in Baltimore.  There was the SANTA ROSA, laid-up and cold without a guard.  So up the docking lines they shimmied.  Onboard they discovered the ship was wide open and they spent an hour exploring.  And as they left the bridge, this log book was stuffed down the young man's shirt as a souvenir.  It survived the shimmy back down to the dock.\u003cbr\u003e \u003cbr\u003e This special Grace Line log contains around sixty pages.  On the inside cover are detailed directions for keeping the log.  For a landlubber like myself it makes for fascinating reading.  A day fills up two pages and is full of info such as position, engine revs, sea conditions, names of \"Wheels Man\" and the lookout. Other notes include inspections by Capt. 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SANTA ROSA for voyages 58 and 59 in July-August 1964.\u003cbr\u003e \u003cbr\u003e The log comes to us because in the mid-1970s an adventurous young man and his brother were snooping around the docks in Baltimore.  There was the SANTA ROSA, laid-up and cold without a guard.  So up the docking lines they shimmied.  Onboard they discovered the ship was wide open and they spent an hour exploring.  And as they left the bridge, this log book was stuffed down the young man's shirt as a souvenir.  It survived the shimmy back down to the dock.\u003cbr\u003e \u003cbr\u003e This special Grace Line log contains around sixty pages.  On the inside cover are detailed directions for keeping the log.  For a landlubber like myself it makes for fascinating reading.  A day fills up two pages and is full of info such as position, engine revs, sea conditions, names of \"Wheels Man\" and the lookout. Other notes include inspections by Capt. MacDermid, names of tugs that assisted in docking, times when lines were secured, the hours worked by longshoremen, and the search of stowaways and contraband after every port.  Luckily an inspection of the rat traps turned up nothing.  On these voyages the SANTA ROSA sailed to Curacao, La Guaira, Aruba, Kingston, Nassau, and Port Everglades.  Around 750 passengers were carried between the two voyages.\u003cbr\u003e \u003cbr\u003e What of the SANTA ROSA?  She remained in lay-up for twenty years before an extensive rehab turned her into REGENT RAINBOW for Regency Cruises.  She finished up her days as Louis Cruises' THE EMERALD.  Her turn at the breakers came in 2012.\u003cbr\u003e \u003cbr\u003e Very good condition."}

SANTA ROSA: 1958 - Original bridge log for voyages 58 & 59 in 1964

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Grace Line:  The original bridge log from the S.S. SANTA ROSA for voyages 58 and 59 in July-August 1964.

The log comes to us because in the mid-1970s an adventurous young man and his brother were snooping around the docks in Baltimore.  There was the SANTA ROSA, laid-up and cold without a guard.  So up the docking lines they shimmied.  Onboard they discovered the ship was wide open and they spent an hour exploring.  And as they left the bridge, this log book was stuffed down the young man's shirt as a souvenir.  It survived the shimmy back down to the dock.

This special Grace Line log contains around sixty pages.  On the inside cover are detailed directions for keeping the log.  For a landlubber like myself it makes for fascinating reading.  A day fills up two pages and is full of info such as position, engine revs, sea conditions, names of "Wheels Man" and the lookout. Other notes include inspections by Capt. MacDermid, names of tugs that assisted in docking, times when lines were secured, the hours worked by longshoremen, and the search of stowaways and contraband after every port.  Luckily an inspection of the rat traps turned up nothing.  On these voyages the SANTA ROSA sailed to Curacao, La Guaira, Aruba, Kingston, Nassau, and Port Everglades.  Around 750 passengers were carried between the two voyages.

What of the SANTA ROSA?  She remained in lay-up for twenty years before an extensive rehab turned her into REGENT RAINBOW for Regency Cruises.  She finished up her days as Louis Cruises' THE EMERALD.  Her turn at the breakers came in 2012.

Very good condition.
$250.00
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