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ALAUNIA (1925, Cunard White Star Line) abstract of log

Abstract of log of 1936 voyage, 6.5" x 4", 162mm x 105mm (approx)
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ALAUNIA (Cunard Line)
Passenger liner built by John Brown, Clydebank, as Alaunia for Cunard Line. Sister to Ascania, she made her maiden voyage Liverpool to Montreal in 1925 before switching to the London-Southampton-Canada service the following year. In 1939 she was converted into an Armed Merchant Cruiser and at the end of the war the Admiralty purchased her and converted her into a heavy repair ship named HMS Alaunia. She was broken up in 1957 at Blyth.

Abstract of log of 1936 voyage from Montreal to London, with details of Father Point to Eddystone Lighthouse
minor knocks, indent, marks, very small (3mm) tear at bottom of card
6.5" x 4", 162mm x 105mm (approx)
our ref: SXL028

Technical specifications

Brand: Official / Company
Condition: Used
Product Code: SXL028