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Old 04-26-2009, 03:10 AM
Franz Neumeier Franz Neumeier is offline
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Just a short notice, to avoid confusion: The group who was sending out that "Save the Delta Queen Release" cited in Sydney's posting is not speaking on behalf of the Save-the-delta-queen.org website.

You can find that release on Nori Muster's website www.steamboats.com.

While steamboat people may differ on how to proceed, Save-the-delta-queen.org strongly agrees that we all want to see the Delta Queen kept in working order so that she might go back to the cruise business if the legal conditions improve.

Save-the-delta-queen.org is concerned about the Delta Queen's future and would like to see the "permanent" mooring permit issued with additional restraints to make sure there will not be any structural changes to the Delta Queen (especially in case Ambassadors International sells the boat) so she can in fact be easily re-activated as an overnight passenger vessel once she receives a new exemption from Congress.
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