Here's Many Yankee Clipper Photos and More

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#1
Gettysburg, PA
2,210 Posts
Joined Dec 2000
Here on our Yankee Clipper personal planning page are many Yankee Clipper photo albums, personal cruise websites, and more. We continue to update the page:

http://cruiseclues.com/shipstips/yankeeclipper.htm



Happy Cruising, Buil, http://cruiseclues.com
Sitmar, RCCL, Costa, HAL, Princess, Royal Cruise Line, Celebrity, Renaissance, Disney, MSC Lirica
"We cannot change the direction of the wind... but we can adjust our sails"
#2
Sol
172 Posts
Joined Oct 2003
Hello Cruiseclues:

I want to thank you for many of restless nights coming up <G>.

I thought I did a pretty thorough investigation of Jammer sites but you proved me wrong.

I will add a board that you did not put mention. It's a Delphi board that's been around a while. If you go to Jammerbabe and go to the Flotilla and look on the left there is a link to it. I don't remember the name but that board has been around a long time.

Thanks.

Rogue
#3
Gettysburg, PA
2,210 Posts
Joined Dec 2000
Hello Rogue,

You're welcome. Thanks for the compliment, and thanks for the info on the Delphi board link. We're trying to resolve some problems with the Delphi boards in general (can't use cruiseclues as our name).

We haven't done a really thorough search yet (even after doing such a search, all sorts of things pop up as time goes by).



Happy Cruising, Buil, http://cruiseclues.com
Sitmar, RCCL, Costa, HAL, Princess, Royal Cruise Line, Celebrity, Renaissance, Disney, MSC Lirica
"We cannot change the direction of the wind... but we can adjust our sails"