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I sailed from New York to Buenos Aires in August 1950. I think it was the ARGENTINA but it could have been one of the other two sisters, URUGUAY or BRAZIL. In any case I remember the 18 day trip vividly, and the arrival in Buenos Aires on a cold August morning (from Montevideo). My sister was two years old and one of my jobs on board was making sure she did not go near the railings. My mother was on board, my father awaited us in Buenos Aires. Between then and 1956 we made several more round trips to the US and back, on summer vacations. Those 18 days away from the ordinary world stay with me as treasures that one could not easily find today.

Added: November 29, 2014
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Dominic Pallazola, my father, was radioman onboard the Mormaclark. This was at the end of the war, cruising south (Trinidad, Brazil, and Argentina.)

Added: November 13, 2014
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Mój Ojciec ADAM NOWICKI pływał na SS Uruguay/ Urugwaj jako szef piekarzy a STEFAN NOWAK jako kierownik sali od wielu lat szukam swojego Ojca ADAM NOWICKI dlatego proszę o kontakt ze mną , gdyż chcę poznać losy mojego Ojca.
Lech Nowicki


Added: July 9, 2014
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My brother and I plus my grandparents from ranching Santa Fe CA were on the Scandinavian cruise in the summer of 1962. Was 12 then but have awesome memories of ship life :o :o

Added: June 26, 2014
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How exciting to be able to read so much information about the ship on which my family emigrated to the USA from Argentina in 1952. Thank you for preserving the information that brought back such very happy memories to me.

Added: June 14, 2014
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My dad, John Howard Price, was a Captain on the SS Brasil and served under Captain Sadler. I believe it was in the late 40's - early 50's. My dad passed away in 1988 but I have log books, menus, and other types of memorabilia I would love to share with the Moore-McCormack website. Please let me know how I can help.

PS- The ships doctor at the time was Dr. Black who my father found out lived in the same condominium on Hutchinson Island, Florida.

Kathleen Price Mason


Added: June 13, 2014
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My grandfather, Stephen "Larry" Koletar sailed on the S.S. Brazil from the Port of Spain, Trinidad June 11th, 1941 to the Port of New York, June 16th, 1941.

Added: May 21, 2014
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Sail drago 1980s best ship ever 10 passengers 1st class New York South America what a ship what what a life .

Added: May 5, 2014
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Added: May 3, 2014
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My aunt Muriel worked on pier 32nyc for over 35yrs so did my wife and sisters law we use to go to the midnight salings it was a great company to work for I have met some great people saling the ships they had a contest to name a new ship all the ships started with moor Mac I said let's name it Moore macaroni as a joke

Added: May 3, 2014
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