BLUFF, or how to survive in a taxing but rewarding job. This is a strange way of getting through life but as I am eighty years old it has so far worked for me. At the age of 18 years … Continue reading →
Hello, I’m searching for information regarding the bell from the Dunera. My father was a graphic designer for British India and when the Dunera was scrapped he designed a stand for the bell so that it could be erected at … Continue reading →
You said you were on 1967 cruise and that you were at RHS….Edinburgh RHS? Did you go to Norway and Denmark? If so would love to see your movie.
Sent to our Dunera Facebook page by Mr Chris Morgan If anyone else has a photo, story, movie…please do send them over or register to add them here, or on our Facebook Page Many thanks Mr Morgan for taking the … Continue reading →
His Majesty’s Transport Dunera was a British passenger ship built as a troop transport in the late 1930s. She also operated as a passenger liner and as an educational cruise ship. Dunera saw extensive service throughout the Second World War. … Continue reading →
mv DUNERA Built by Barclay Curle & Company Glasgow, Yard No 663 Engines by Shipbuilders Port of Registry: London Propulsion: Two five cylinder 2SCSA Doxford~type opposed piston oil engines, 11880bhp, twin screws, 16 knots Launched: Monday, 10/05/1937 Built: 1937 Ship … Continue reading →
My parents recently discovered an M.S. Dunera lapel badge amongst their collection. The badge has the ship’s name in gold on a dark blue ring on the outer of the badge. In the centre of the badge on a gold … Continue reading →