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Putnam's Sons, New York. 1962. The saga of cruise number sixty one of the Colonial Navigation Company Liner Santa Maria 610 foot, 21,750 ton, made international news headlines around the world for twelve frustrating days in January 1961. The vessel her 365 crew and her 620 passengers - all of them - were held at ransom by a gang of 70 desperadoes lead by Captain Henrique Galvão, who had boarded in Curacao with the intent to hold the company and ship to ransom. Illustrated with photographs of the vessel, crew and aftermath events. Nicked and torn edged original illustrated dust jacket. Quarter bound in blue cloth and grey ccloth covered end boards. 253pp. 220 mm x 150 mm