For those who do not subcribe to Ships Monthly there is a great article on Canberra by Peter C Kohler in the July edtion in the shops on Thursday I think. The article explains that she was the last ocean liner commissioned by P&O, who themselves said she was unsuited for cruising when she ended her line voyages, proved them all wrong. The article takes the reader through the history of this British built ship, the last liner built at Harland & Wolff who possibly set the scene for cruising as we now know it. But how many of the present floating holiday centres will be remembered in history the same as Canberra I wonder?. This article is a must for all ship lovers. But since she was my first, and favourite ship, I would be biassed wouldn't I?!. David.