In November 1937 Red Funnel’s Mauretania ex Queen renamed Corfe Castle.
The paddle steamer Cleethorpes left her builders yard in Dundee for the Humber.
Old John makes things happen for Eppleton Hall moored in Mindello Harbour.
Captain William Cosens, brother of Captain Joseph Cosens founder of Cosens & Co, buried in Melcombe Regis.
Having already topped up her bunkers at Holyhead and Falmouth on the way, Jeanie Deans makes a call at Southampton to top them up once again.
On Monday 11th November 1963 Caledonia came close to being blown ashore on the rocks off Millport after damaging her port paddle wheel.
Brian Jackson, one of the last remaining crew members of a Cosens’ paddle steamer, has died.
Jeanie Deans shifts ship to the fitting out basin at Lamont’s Shipyard Port Glasgow.
Red Funnel’s Solent Queen arrived at the scrapyard of T W Ward at Grays in Essex.
Bournemouth Echo expands on its announcement the previous day that Bournemouth Queen was to be withdrawn.
The draft minutes of the Society’s thirty-third Annual General Meeting are now available on this web site.
On Monday 29th October Stadt Luzern’s outgoing Captain Kuno Stein and her new master Roger Maurer spent the day clearing the ship’s bridge and office.