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I worked upon the Sundance Cruise Liner when it had the accident in Canada in the l980's. We were able to get back to Campbell River before the ship sank at the dock. What a miraculous recovery happened and I am interested in other stories of people's experiences if they were on this cruise.

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I was not on the cruise but do have a little story about it you may be interested in.

 

As you probably know there was a pilot at the helm when the ship hit the rocks. After he managed to sink the ship, the cruise line received a bill "for his services".

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That was the old Sundancer...I saw her listing at the pulp mill dock after she was brought in. I heard that there was a brand new Corvette on her car deck at the time of holing and subsequent flooding. After being repaired she went to the Med where she sailed for Eporotiki lines until destroyed by a fire. She was replaced by Sundance Cruises by the Scandinavia which was renamed Stardancer in 1985.

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My family is doing a HAL cruisetour in August and I have been asking my mother about the cruise she and my father took to Alaska back in the 80's which they enjoyed very much. She sent me a booklet from the cruise which I received yesterday. It was the Sundancer of all things! I can't wait to update her on it's history.

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My family is doing a HAL cruisetour in August and I have been asking my mother about the cruise she and my father took to Alaska back in the 80's which they enjoyed very much. She sent me a booklet from the cruise which I received yesterday. It was the Sundancer of all things! I can't wait to update her on it's history.

 

If she sailed on the Sundancer she is one of very few.

It was on the 3rd sailing that the ship sank. The replacment (Stardancer) lasted much longer...

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I worked for Sundance Cruises when the Sundancer ran aground. Stan McDonald was President of the company at the time. I was the receptionist for the company and was on the switchboard -- I received the call via Satellite from the Captain informing us of what happened. As soon as the media got wind of it the phones started ringing off the hook for the next few days. I couldn't answer the phones fast enough - it was almost comical. I own some memorabilia from working at Sundance Cruises. I have a beautiful lithograph that the company had commissioned for the Alaska Inagural Cruise of the M.V. Stardancer, June 7th, 1983 (it's #4 of 85) that was done by C. Bruce Morrow (I think that's his last name). I'm pleased to find that people haven't forgotten these beautiful ships. I was also fortunate enough to cruise the inside passage on the Stardancer and met some WONDERFUL people onboard.

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I worked for Sundance Cruises when the Sundancer ran aground. Stan McDonald was President of the company at the time. I was the receptionist for the company and was on the switchboard -- I received the call via Satellite from the Captain informing us of what happened. As soon as the media got wind of it the phones started ringing off the hook for the next few days. I couldn't answer the phones fast enough - it was almost comical. I own some memorabilia from working at Sundance Cruises. I have a beautiful lithograph that the company had commissioned for the Alaska Inagural Cruise of the M.V. Stardancer, June 7th, 1983 (it's #4 of 85) that was done by C. Bruce Morrow (I think that's his last name). I'm pleased to find that people haven't forgotten these beautiful ships. I was also fortunate enough to cruise the inside passage on the Stardancer and met some WONDERFUL people onboard.

 

I am sure that was a very hectic time when it happened. The crew did a great job of getting everyone off. In those days I saw Laurie McDonald quite often. I operated the grocery store where she shopped. They also did a great job in getting another ship ready for the following season. I attended a party onboard the Stardancer when she was in Seattle. Later I did sail on her as the Viking Serenade.

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I was on that cruise. We lost our (actually my fathers) 1974 chevy pick-up. a fairly tame experience from my recollection. the crew couldn't get the lifeboats down and as far as I know led to the decision to pull it into Campbell River.

 

I believe we were reimbursed $1000 or so for the car, all the camping equipment, clothes, etc. Stiffed the lot of us. Flew us back to Seattle when it was all over.

 

Looting of the slot machines, some panic in the inner stairwells but other than that, not alot. oh yeah, some people fell in the water when the gangplank collapsed and a gentleman slifpped off teh deck in port.

 

conclusion - i'll pass on my next cruise opportunity.

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I worked upon the Sundance Cruise Liner when it had the accident in Canada in the l980's. We were able to get back to Campbell River before the ship sank at the dock. What a miraculous recovery happened and I am interested in other stories of people's experiences if they were on this cruise.

Dear friends

 

I am a ship postcards collector and I have been searching for a long time for the postcard of the MV SUNDANCER...I would like to know if someone may have a spare card of her for sale or eventually exchange by other ships postcards.

 

If you may have a spare card please be free to send me an e-mail to:

 

shipsfan@hotmail.com

 

Best regards from Portugal

 

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I worked for Sundance Cruises when the Sundancer ran aground and continued to work there until the company merged/moved their offices to Florida. There is a lot of Sundancer memorabilia out there actually, although most of it is probably held by the former employees. I will try to find a post card for you, Ships fan.

 

It was a great company! The Sundancer was a beautiful ship and the Stardancer was quite a beauty too!

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Hi,

 

I was working on the MS Stardancer from mid 1985 to End 1986 in the Casino as Head Cashier. The Casino was operated by Casinos Austria. I am from Austria. I have plenty of memories and would love to get to know how other crew members do.

So many people I have met and when I moved to the next ship the Song of Norway I hat a unhappy love affair and went back to Austria without looking back.

 

Now more then 20 years later I regret loosing contact to all people.

 

Aspecialle KC (Karen Cartwright) a faboulos singer (Band name "klass") I still miss and dont have her coordinates.

 

Maybe some other people read this and remember this times?

 

Would enjoy hearing from you! mik2soda@gmx.at

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I also worked on the Sundance at the time of the accident. I was a beauty therapist at the time. We spent a fantastic week clubbing in Vancouver whilst waiting flights home. My son has just written about it for a journalism article for his uni work so it bought it all back to me. Did we know each other, I was Julie Swan?

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Hi,

 

I was working on the MS Stardancer from mid 1985 to End 1986 in the Casino as Head Cashier. The Casino was operated by Casinos Austria. I am from Austria. I have plenty of memories and would love to get to know how other crew members do.

So many people I have met and when I moved to the next ship the Song of Norway I hat a unhappy love affair and went back to Austria without looking back.

 

Now more then 20 years later I regret loosing contact to all people.

 

Aspecialle KC (Karen Cartwright) a faboulos singer (Band name "klass") I still miss and dont have her coordinates.

 

Maybe some other people read this and remember this times?

 

Would enjoy hearing from you! mik2soda@gmx.at

 

I worked the Stardancer from the first cruise after her refitting in Germany. I boarded her in Miami and crossed the Panama Canal. I was hired as an entertainer. The Cruise Director was named Tony. He didn't seem to know what to do with me. I did a headline show in the main show room. A few days later, I suggested we bring a sound system and a stage light into Stanley's Pub. I did a night club act there and even made a couple LIVE record and tape albums. Stanley's Pub became the happening place on the ship for night time entertainment. I did several more cruise engagements as headliner and pub entertainer aboard the Stardancer.

I was a newlywed at the time and being away from my new bride was not the best way to nurture a marriage, so I wrote a letter to Mickey Sweeney, the HR director, and told her I loved being aboard the Stardancer but I loved my wife even more. I also included a list (essay) of ways that the entertainment could be utilized more effectively. A few days later, at sea, I got a Telex from the home office in Seattle telling me to contact them immediately upon my arrival in Mazatlan, our next port. i got off the ship, found a telephone and called Seattle. I was thinking that because I had perhaps stepped on a few toes with my somewhat unorthodox system, I might be put off the ship. The receptionist asked me to hold for Stanley McDonald, THE BOSS. I thought, "Now I've really done it. The President is going to fire me." When Mr. McDonald came on the phone I was sweating profusely. He told me he had read my comments and wanted more information and clarification, which I gave him. He then told me I had been looked at for several weeks as a possible Cruise Director for the Stardancer and other ships that were in the works. Relieved and flattered I told him that my seperation from my bride problem still existed. At the time, she was Special Events Coordinator of Fitzgerald's Hotel in Reno. Much of what she did was the same as a cruise director does on ship. We arranged for her and I to meet with Mr. McDonald in Seattle later in the week. We were offered the positions of Cruise Director and Deputy Cruise Director. I was also given the title of Entertainment Director and we soon began bringing new and different types of entertainment on board. We worked for several months as Cruise Director and Deputy Cruise Director until the ship was merged with Admiral Cruises and we decided to leave the ship. We went on land with a show called "Kenny & the Cruisers" which grew out of a group we had put together with some of the ship musicians for a 50's Night Party on board. We appeared in several countries and ended up in Las Vegas where we appeared in several of the casinos and on elevision. Being on board the Stardancer was one of the happiest times of my life. The crew became family and there was a bond amongst us that I have never felt in any other invironment.

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June 23-25, 1984 approximately, maybe exactly.....I had the rare privilege of taking a group of senior citizens as a tour escort on a trip to Alaska via the Inside Passageway on the Sundancer Cruise Ship. I believe it was on its maiden voyage that we took. We drove cross country taking the northern route, and got onto the Sundancer from Vancouver, BC. We did not come back the same way we went, so we missed what I understood was the Sundancer running aground.

 

There was a fire drill the first day/evening that we were on the Sundancer and one of the guests was knocked down in everyone's hurry to get down the steps...and this person got an infection of her leg as a result and had to be hospitalized later on during our trip to Alaska. Memory fails me as to at what point she returned to the US, but she was not able to resume traveling with us. That was unfortunate. It was an absolutely beautiful cruise in the Inside Passageway and I still have many lovely photos that bring back fond memories of the trip. Someday I'd like to go again, but I understand that the Sundancer now is defunct! Anybody remember traveling on the Sundancer during June 23-25, 1984 all the way up to Skagway. Hopefully, next time, there will be no incidents!

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Hi kenny

I work as ship agent and I live in Funchal, Madeira Island, Portugal.

I collect ship’s postcards and I have been looking over these past years for the postcard of the SUNDANCER.

I noticed that you have worked onboard of MS SUNDANCER.

Could you by any chance help me on this issue ?

If know somebody that could help me that would be fine as well. Im ready to pay.

Thank you !

 

I worked the Stardancer from the first cruise after her refitting in Germany. I boarded her in Miami and crossed the Panama Canal. I was hired as an entertainer. The Cruise Director was named Tony. He didn't seem to know what to do with me. I did a headline show in the main show room. A few days later, I suggested we bring a sound system and a stage light into Stanley's Pub. I did a night club act there and even made a couple LIVE record and tape albums. Stanley's Pub became the happening place on the ship for night time entertainment. I did several more cruise engagements as headliner and pub entertainer aboard the Stardancer.

I was a newlywed at the time and being away from my new bride was not the best way to nurture a marriage, so I wrote a letter to Mickey Sweeney, the HR director, and told her I loved being aboard the Stardancer but I loved my wife even more. I also included a list (essay) of ways that the entertainment could be utilized more effectively. A few days later, at sea, I got a Telex from the home office in Seattle telling me to contact them immediately upon my arrival in Mazatlan, our next port. i got off the ship, found a telephone and called Seattle. I was thinking that because I had perhaps stepped on a few toes with my somewhat unorthodox system, I might be put off the ship. The receptionist asked me to hold for Stanley McDonald, THE BOSS. I thought, "Now I've really done it. The President is going to fire me." When Mr. McDonald came on the phone I was sweating profusely. He told me he had read my comments and wanted more information and clarification, which I gave him. He then told me I had been looked at for several weeks as a possible Cruise Director for the Stardancer and other ships that were in the works. Relieved and flattered I told him that my seperation from my bride problem still existed. At the time, she was Special Events Coordinator of Fitzgerald's Hotel in Reno. Much of what she did was the same as a cruise director does on ship. We arranged for her and I to meet with Mr. McDonald in Seattle later in the week. We were offered the positions of Cruise Director and Deputy Cruise Director. I was also given the title of Entertainment Director and we soon began bringing new and different types of entertainment on board. We worked for several months as Cruise Director and Deputy Cruise Director until the ship was merged with Admiral Cruises and we decided to leave the ship. We went on land with a show called "Kenny & the Cruisers" which grew out of a group we had put together with some of the ship musicians for a 50's Night Party on board. We appeared in several countries and ended up in Las Vegas where we appeared in several of the casinos and on elevision. Being on board the Stardancer was one of the happiest times of my life. The crew became family and there was a bond amongst us that I have never felt in any other invironment.

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Hi kenny

I work as ship agent and I live in Funchal, Madeira Island, Portugal.

I collect ship’s postcards and I have been looking over these past years for the postcard of the SUNDANCER.

I noticed that you have worked onboard of MS SUNDANCER.

Could you by any chance help me on this issue ?

If know somebody that could help me that would be fine as well. Im ready to pay.

Thank you !

I wish that I could help you. I was not on the SUNDANCER. It ran aground. I think it was the maiden voyage. It has been many years and I don't remember exactly. As I recall, she was on the way to Alaska. There was a part of the voyage where a specially trained captain was required to come aboard to steer the ship through those specific waters. Sorry to be sketchy on details. The special captain was said to have been under the influence. The ship ran aground. Passengers were evacuated to lifeboats and sent ashore. The ship began taking on water. There were options explored rather than letting her sink. Run her onto the beach or bring her to the dock and tie her. The second choice was selected. During the night, she continued to take on water and rolled over taking out the dock. I don't believe she sailed again as the SUNDANCER. Later, Stanley McDonald purchased the SCANDINAVIA. It was refitted in Hamburg and christened the STARDANCER. I came aboard in Miami on her first voyage. Because of legal matters resulting from the disaster at the port with the SUNDANCER, Sundance Cruises was purchased by Admiral Cruises. The STARDANCER was later sold to Royal Carribean Cruise Lines and renamed the VIKING SERENADE. The last I heard, she was sailing under a different name in the UK. Because of the short history of the SUNDANCER, I doubt if any postcards exist if any were printed at all.

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I worked for Sundance Cruises when the Sundancer ran aground. Stan McDonald was President of the company at the time. I was the receptionist for the company and was on the switchboard -- I received the call via Satellite from the Captain informing us of what happened. As soon as the media got wind of it the phones started ringing off the hook for the next few days. I couldn't answer the phones fast enough - it was almost comical. I own some memorabilia from working at Sundance Cruises. I have a beautiful lithograph that the company had commissioned for the Alaska Inagural Cruise of the M.V. Stardancer, June 7th, 1983 (it's #4 of 85) that was done by C. Bruce Morrow (I think that's his last name). I'm pleased to find that people haven't forgotten these beautiful ships. I was also fortunate enough to cruise the inside passage on the Stardancer and met some WONDERFUL people onboard.

hey !

I was also working on the sundancer in june/july 1984 from vancouver to juneau/ketchikan and back. I was on board from Norway, with no passengers crossing the Atlantic ocean. The cruises startin Alaska in june. I was working in the dinning room as waiter.

The ship was very beautiful an well decorated inside. Out side her look was not as nice as other cruise ships I saw sailing around the world. My name is Philip and may be I use to talk to you ! Who knows !!!

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Hi all! I worked the Stardancer for a couple of months, back in 1986 up in Alaska. I was hired to play piano with a dance band and banjo with a Dixieland band. I was replacing another musician who did the same thing, but backed out of his gig mid-contract. I had a blast working that ship! I was asked to stay on for the next season, but I had been working as a travel agent back home, and the agency called me on board, asking me to come back an manage the entire outside sales staff of 35 agents, so I went home after my contract.

 

When I first arrived at the ship, I asked the purser how to find my cabin. She said, "You're supposed to be playing with the band on the dock right now!" I replied, "I don't think so! I don't even have a cabin yet, and I don't know any of the other musicians!" She told me where my cabin was and gave me a key. The key wouldn't open the cabin, and the engineer who could make it work was off in port. Didn't get in my room until about 10pm, well after we set sail! Also, I had a roommate who also played piano. When they got my key working, his didn't work anymore! He didn't get a working key until the next morning!

 

Next day, we played our first gig without any rehearsal, and it went great! Cruise Director told me he was extremely happy to have me onboard! Then I went to watch the rehearsal for the headline act that was performing that evening. The show pianist (also new to the ship) was having lots of trouble following the show, and the act was getting very frustrated with him. The cruise director asked me, "Do you think he'll be able to play the show ok?" I replied, "No, not really. It's not going to be very good!" Then he asked if I would play the show. He said, "I hate to give you more work, but I really need the show to go well." I told him, "Playing is not work, it's fun! Sure, I'll play!" Ended up playing all the shows, in addition to my other gigs for the first 2 weeks. Then they replaced the show pianist with someone who was much better, and could play the shows with no problem.

 

Had many fun adventures while working the Stardancer! On one cruise, an obviously quite well-to-do, but quiet gentleman came on board, along with his drop-dead, gorgeous, social butterfly wife, who looked quite a bit younger than he was. She was very outgoing, and all the guys (and officers) were gaga over her! I thought, "He must be quite successful to have a wife like that! Wonder what he does." So instead of talking to his wife like all the officers were trying to do, I talked to him. He brightened right up, and we chatted for quite a long while. He bought me a drink, and told me he was in TV production. When I asked what he did, he said, "I'm the producer of, "The Price Is Right" game show. He even invited me to come and see a taping of the show and get a backstage tour anytime I was in Los Angeles area! Oh, and he also introduced me to his lovely wife, to the amazement of the officers! We all sat there, visiting for about a half hour.

 

My favorite headline act on board was "Billy Kay and Pam" from Las Vegas. They were great people, and we hit it off immediately! Billy played trumpet and told jokes, and Pam played banjo and sang. Sometimes they both sang together. We took a float plane ride together once when we were in Juneau. (Billy got a bit motion sick in the plane.) Musicians used to eat in the Officer's Mess, and headline acts ate with passengers. One day, Billy & Pam came down to eat with us in the Mess, but they were told they had to eat with passengers, so they went back. Billy said, "I'd much rather eat with you guys! You're more fun!" I remember one time when Pam asked me to show her a better way to play something on her banjo. I showed her and she practiced all day, but by showtime that night, she still hadn't gotten it down. Of course, having practiced the new way all day made her FORGET the old way she'd been doing it, and then she couldn't play it at all! (Note to self: Don't show entertainers new ways of doing what they do on a show day!)

 

BTW, I remember that we had a very tall, quiet Jamaican guy as one of the wait staff in the Officer's Mess. He had a big hole in his head, as if part of his skull had been taken out. He never would visit or tell jokes. However, one day, I asked for ice tea as I always had, and he said, "I'm sorry, we do not have ice tea today. We have cool tea." I inquired what that was. He said, "it's like ice tea, but is cool tea." I said, "Ok, I'll take that." He brought ice tea as always, and we all laughed at the situation. I guess he thought that was fun that he made us laugh, because every time a new person asked for ice tea after that, he'd go back into his "cool tea" bit. Must have seen him do that 5 or 6 times after that! So funny to watch people, knowing that he's just messing with them!

 

We had 3 security guys on board. Two of them were just the nicest guys you'd ever meet, but the third was an ass! He had this "I'm in charge" attitude, and nobody liked him. One of the nice guards had him as a roommate, and asked to be moved. He was told he had to stay with the guy. The nice guard was Canadian, so when we got back in Vancouver, he just left the ship and went home because he was disgusted at having to room with the guy he didn't like. He didn't clear customs, he just walked off. (Who is going to stop him? He's a guard! He's the one who was supposed to be stopping people!) I heard that his leaving without clearing customs cost the cruise line over $10,000 in fines!

 

I never actually went into Haines, Alaska, but I'd get off the ship there sometimes and watch as people boarded their busses to go to their salmon bake. Got into talking with one of the hostesses, and she said she'd never been aboard a ship. I said, "I can show you around!" (Pre-9/11, and security was more lax.) I took her aboard and gave a little tour. When we got to the pool deck, a waiter told me, "The Staff Captain would like to speak with you." I thought perhaps I was in trouble for bringing her on, but when I spoke with him, he asked, "Who is that lady with you? She's very attractive!" I said, "She lives here in Haines, and boards people on the busses for the shore excursions. Would you like to meet her?" He said, "Yes, that would be very nice!" I introduced them, and each week when we arrived in Haines, they would get together! Obviously, the Staff Captain was my good friend after that!

 

BTW, the "ass" guard above wrote me up once for sitting on a deck chair while I was talking to a passenger. (We weren't supposed to take up all the deck chairs - we were supposed to leave them for the passengers, but this was well after 1am, and the one passenger and I were the only ones on the whole deck!) Of course, he had to report to the Staff Captain, who was now my close friend because I got him a date, so it didn't get him anywhere! In fact, I believe the Staff Captain balled him out for being too pushy with the crew!

 

I was hired only to play as a side musician in the dance/Dixieland band, but I ended also up playing for the headline shows and also doing my own mini-headline show on banjo once each week, during a party at poolside! I also did a piano bar by myself at Stanley's Pub a couple of times each week. I remember once, I was playing in the Pub, and looking out the window as we were leaving Ketchikan. We got about 20 feet away from the dock, and there was a lady and her daughter, running and waving at the ship! She had missed the sailing!!! We didn't go back to the dock, but she ended up on board. I asked her what happened, and she said that she had to pay the pilot boat $250 to take her and her daughter about 100 feet, out to the ship. They opened the side door, and she and the daughter had to climb up a rope ladder to get back on board! (Cruising tip: Try not to miss departure time!)

 

I got to meet lots of amazing passengers, as well as some awesome crew members when I worked the cruise, and I had a fantastic time working on the Stardancer! If you worked on the Stardancer when I was there, or if you were aboard as a passenger and remember me, I'd love to hear from you! In any case, I hope you have enjoyed my little stories about my brief time aboard the Stardancer cruise ship!

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I worked upon the Sundance Cruise Liner when it had the accident in Canada in the l980's. We were able to get back to Campbell River before the ship sank at the dock. What a miraculous recovery happened and I am interested in other stories of people's experiences if they were on this cruise.

 

I also worked on it as one of the beauty therapists. What did you do?

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Hi,

 

First of all, a little background.

 

Before the ship was converted to a luxury vessel it sailed between Stockholm, Sweden and Helsinki, Finland.

 

My father had the overall responsibility for rebuilding the ship in 1984. It was done in Oskarshamn, Sweden, and during the trip to Vancouver and perhaps even after that.

 

He got to know the man who worked as the interior designer, Mr Val Thornton. My father asked him if it was possible for me to stay with him and his family in Bellevue, Seattle, USA. And he said yes!

 

Therefore, my father gave me a job on the ship. I should be a helper to the Swedish worker who was rebuilding the ship.

 

I think that It took about 1 mounth or more from Oskarshamn to Vancouver in Canada. There, Val Thornton picked me up by car and we drove to his home in Bellevue. I went home to Sweden in september 1984.

 

I remember a few things from the journey with Sundancer. Me and some Swedish workers took a walk in Miami. It was raining, so I wanted to buy an umbrella. We went in to a shop and I asked for a PARACHUTE. I don´t know why I said that. But the employee in the shop thought it was fun!

 

Again, me and some Swedish workers together with some of the female crewmembers from the USA went out to have some fun in, Miami, If I remember correctly. We went to a dance-hall.

 

Another time, some of us spent a few hours in San Francisco.

 

Do you remember where the crewmembers from the USA came to Sundancer? Which town was it?

 

I met one of the crewmembers, a 25 years old girl from the USA on Sundancer. I was 20 years old. I don´t recall her name. Maybe Kathlyn or something like that. She had the task of making the stay aboard as pleasant as possible for the passengers. I know that once she danced with a few passengers. Another time she sat in a room with books and games, I think.

 

It would be nice to be able to contact her.

 

 

 

Me and Val Thornton went to see Sundancer after the accident. We also met some of the crewmembers. It was a big room with many tables... I talked with “Kathlyns” best friend onboard. She said that she knew that I would come to visit them... “Kathlyn” wasn´t in the room.

 

I can attach some photos the next time if you wish.

 

 

 

Peter Olausson

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