Talk:Regina Maris (schooner)

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I have cut the long and incorrectly formatted list of uncited references from the article, but reproduce them here to aid future editors in finding sources:

I. Regina Maris Source Books

1. The Charles W. Morgan, by John F Leavitt. Mystic, Conn.: Mystic Seaport, 1973.

Medium: Book. Language: English.

2. Aquatic Mammals, by Dolfinarium Harderwijk.; Netherlands Foundation for Aquatic Mammal Research.; European Association for Aquatic Mammals. London: European Association for Aquatic Mammals, 2010.

Medium: eJournal/eMagazine, Document, Periodical. Language: English.

Notes: Aquatic Mammals 2010, 36(4), 400-408, DOI 10.1578/AM.36.4.2010.400

3. Nor'wester; A Magazine of the Pacific Northwest, Seattle: Nor'wester Co., Jan. 1980. Article (title unknown) Author (unknown) in January 1980 issue gives an account of voyage of Regina Maris from Seattle to San Francisco in October 1979.

Medium: Periodical. Language: English.

4. The Atlantic Magazine, "Newfoundland: Tuning the Rig" by Harvey Oxenhorn. New York: E. Bliss & E. White, July 1983.

Medium: Periodical, Microfilm. Language: English.

Notes: Article about 1984 expedition aboard the Regina Maris to the North Atlantic. This article would eventually become part of the 1990 book, Tuning the Rig, by Oxenhorn.

5. The Wooden Boat July/August 1976 and July/August 1999. Brooklin, Maine: J. J. Wilson, 1976 and 1999.

Medium: Periodical. Language: English.

Notes: 1. Issue No. 11. July/August 1976. Photos of Regina Maris front and back covers. 2. Issue No. 149. July/August 1999, pp. 70 – 77. Article Regina Maris: Long Live the Queen, by David Berson; 8 pp, photos.

6. Under Steam and Sail: Reminiscences of a Sea Captain, by J A Wilson. Lewes, UK: Book Guild, 1990.

Medium: Book; Autobiography. Language: English.

Notes: Autobiographical essays by Jon Aage Wilson, who converted the schooner-rigged Regina into the barquentine-rigged Regina Maris and commanded her on two round-the-world voyages in the 1960s.

7. Whalewatcher: Journal of the American Cetacean Society, XXII (2), Summer 1988. San Pedro, Calif.: American Cetacean Society, 1988.

Medium: Periodical. Language: English.

Notes: Summer 1988 Vol 22 Number 2. Entire issue devoted to Regina Maris and owner/operator Ocean Research and Education Society's contribution to whale research.

8. Square Rig Seamanship for Masters, Mates and Crew, with some Design Data for Naval Architects, by R M Willoughby. London: Nautical Institute of Great Britain, 1989.

Notes: Photo of Regina Maris figurehead on cover. RM Willoughby owned and operated Regina Marisin mid-Seventies. Publication co-sponsored by the Marine Society.

9. Cook Bicentenary: Royal Society Collection, by A J White. Royal Society of Tasmania, University of Tasmania Library Special and Rare Materials Collection, 1972.

Medium: Downloadable archival material.

Notes: Document is a listing of collection items only; there are no images of item. Item is an engraving of James Cook that Regina Maris carried from England to Australia for presentation to the Royal Society of Tasmania in 1970.

10. News of the Day, Vol. 39, no. 201—excerpt. Romantic Voyager], by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Hollywood: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Aug. 11, 1967.

Medium: Newsreel film; Visual material. Language: English.

11. Tall Ships: the World of Sail Training, by Maldwin Drummond and Mike Willoughby. London: Angus & Robertson, 1976.

Medium: Book. Language: English.

Notes: Splendid full color, oblong format book on all the world's tall ships at time of publication. Regina Maris chapter is at pages 78 – 81. Text, photos, plus watercolor sail plan from circa 1974, when author Willoughby was owner/master of Regina. This illustration is reproduced on this page, starboard side profile, under the British Red Ensign.

12. The Tall Ships: a Sailing Celebration, by Hyla M Clark. New York: Two Continents Publishing, 1976.

Medium: Book. Language: English.

Notes: Official publication of Op Sail 1976. Includes photo and descriptive text. Regina participated in the Op Sail bicentennial parade of ships at New York City, and four years later celebrated Boston's 350th anniversary in the Parade of Sail 1980.

13. Tuning the Rig: A Journey to the Arctic, by Harvey Oxenhorn. New York: Harper & Row, 1990.

Medium: Book. Language: English.

Notes: First-hand account of journalist's experience aboard the ORES-owned/operated Regina Maris in 1984 during an ORES expedition to Greenland.

14. Wooden Walls to Distant Shores: A Maritime Concoction and the Regina Maris Saga, by Jon Aage Wilson. Sussex, UK: Book Guild, 1992.

Medium: Book. Language: English.

II. Regina Maris Movies and TV

1. The Edge of Forever: The Persistence of Memory, by Carl Sagan, Ann Druyan, Steven Soter, and Adrian Malone. Cosmos [Vol. 6]. Studio City, CA : Cosmos Studios, 2000.

Medium: DVD video. Language: English. Notes: Regina Maris used as setting for Sagan as he describes for humpback whales communication. Filmed in Pacific in spring 1979 off Costa Rica. Added 2012-05-31 23:03

2. The Voyage of the Mimi, by Bank Street College Project in Science and Mathematics. Pleasantville, NY: Sunburst Communications, 1985; Peace River Films.

Medium: VHS videotape. Language: English.

Notes: Voyage of the Mimi—Home Movies" (Episode 6A) includes film footage of Regina Maris on Silver Bank, performing Whale Census duty in 1984. Many clips of shipboard life and scientific activities.

3. Sailing With Whales. London: BBC, 1985.

Medium: VHS tape; visual material. Language: English.

Yunshui  08:58, 30 October 2012 (UTC)