The Crested Eagle and Devonia. Dunkirk's 1940 Ship Wrecks

Discussion in '1940' started by Drew5233, Jun 4, 2010.

  1. Bruntche

    Bruntche New Member

    Hi Andy,

    I have asked Johan Samyn for your email address who is a friend, but she does not look good.
    Here, I knew Johan for a few years as a Crested Eagle enthusiast and a diver like me in the wrecks of Operation Dynamo.
    I think that in a future, Vincent, Johan and I will put our information in common and I hope that he will release a book to value this crested eagle which deserves it.
    I hope we meet at the end of May with Johan.
    See you soon.
    Bruno
     
  2. Drew5233

    Drew5233 #FuturePilot 1940 Obsessive

    Hi Bruno

    I'll send you a message with my email. I believe (not 100%) we are possibly all meeting on Friday the 31st May at the Crested Eagle, I have business in Aumale first for two days so should be in Dunkirk on Friday....I've still not seen the plaque since it was fixed to the ship in 2015 because of the tides. I'm hoping to see it on this trip.
     
  3. Tricky Dicky

    Tricky Dicky Don'tre member

    The dont forget to pack your scuba gear :lol:

    TD
     
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  4. morrisc8

    morrisc8 Under the Bed

    I have put these photos up as the ones posted you can not see. Photos from my collection. The Devonia and Crested Eagle prewar.
    Keith
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  5. soren1941

    soren1941 Living in Ypres

    Out of interest, my take on Crested Eagle
     

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  6. Rich Payne

    Rich Payne Rivet Counter Patron 1940 Obsessive

    Good Grief, Soren...Where have you been ? Still surviving in Flanders ?
     
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  7. soren1941

    soren1941 Living in Ypres

    Just about
     
  8. soren1941

    soren1941 Living in Ypres

    2D33867B-3D0D-40ED-A8BC-57B48CBE767F.jpeg Another little ship Massey Shaw
     
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