of the 1953 outbound transit, includes over 200 photographs,
and is the most exhaustive account anywhere available. It takes
the reader from the early discussions and planning of the move
right up to the unexplained destruction of the ship by fire.
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by the investigations of oceanographers and a wealth of scientific,
meteriological, tidal and other material, this is a definitive
study of the very unusual physical factors unique to the Menai
Strait which resulted in the loss of the ship.