San Francisco Wine Merchant Plays Role In Cruise-Ship Seizure

Konrad Ejbich
Issue: November 15, 2000

November 15th, 2000 San Francisco Wine Merchant Plays Role In Cruise-Ship Seizure When Premier Cruise Lines' ship Rembrandt was seized on Sept. 14 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, abruptly ending the vacations of hundreds of passengers, a San Francisco wine-merchant was behind the action.

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