|Alan Villiers||Crew member of James Craig in 1920. This is an extract from his book “The Set of The Sails”, evokingly describing his time on board with the language of a great writer of the sea.|
|Alice Austen||New York photographer who took magnificent photographs of James Craig in 1891.|
|Captain J Maitland Thompson||A crew member on James Craig in 1920, talking about his memories of a horrific squall while on board.|
|Captain Leslie T Palmer||Served as an A.B. on James Craig in 1921, talking about his memories on board.|
|John “Sharkey” Keen||Crew member of James Craig in 1920, talking about his life on board.|
|Lady Jessie Richmond||One of the daughters of J. J. Craig, owner of the ships of the Craig Line, including James Craig.|
She has been a great source of information in researching the history of James Craig.
Here she records some of her memories.
|Maurice Mulcahy||Cew member of James Craig in 1920, talking about his life on board.|
|Murray Geeves||Crew member of James Craig in 1921/22, talking about his life on board.|
|The James Craig Salvage||by Geoff Winter. Geoff was part of the salvage team who refloated James Craig at Recherche Bay in the early 1970s. Here he tells his story of her recovery.|
|The James Craig Story||by Jeff Toghill. This article, written in 1978, vividly describes the story of James Craig up to that time.|
|Pilgrimage to Recherche Bay||Phil Renouf made a pilgrimage to see what was left of James Craig‘s resting place in Recherche Bay.|
|The Recovery||by Jeff Toghill. Jeff was one of the salvage team who refloated James Craig at Recherche Bay in the early 1970s. Here he tells his story of her recovery.|
|A Thoroughbred of a Ship||by David Wenban – the early history of James Craig (Clan McLeod)|